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CHEM 115: Fundamentals of Chemistry 1

School: West Virginia University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 7

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Calculating Water's Final Temp after a 345 kJ Heat Boost
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Discover how to determine the final temperature of a water sample after heat absorption. Utilizing the concept of specific heat capacity and the formula q = mc?T, we calculate the change in temperature and reveal its new state. Experience the transformation from an initial tepid state to a drastically altered thermal condition.

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Reactions of Isopentyl Bromide with Various Reagents
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Explore the fascinating reactions of isopentyl bromide with a variety of reagents and uncover the expected products in each scenario.

Analyzing Molecular Structure Levels in DNA, tRNA, and mRNA
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This video explores the concept of structural levels (primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary) in biomolecules, focusing on double-stranded DNA, tRNA, and mRNA to understand the diverse ways these molecules exhibit these structural layers.

Amino Acid Reaction: Peptide Bond Formation and Product Diversity
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Explore the reaction between alanine and glycine, two amino acids, and unravel whether this process results in multiple reaction products. We'll delve into the intriguing world of peptide bond formation and examine the potential diversity of products that may emerge from this biochemical reaction."

Calculating the Mass of CCl4: Using Density and Volume Insights
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Learn the method to calculate the mass of a substance using its density and volume. This video demonstrates the practical application of density in determining the mass of carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) from a given volume.

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