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CHEM 2323: Introductory Organic Chemistry I

School: University of Texas at Dallas

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 3

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Understanding Boiling Points: Ethylene Glycol, Alcohols & Ethers Expla
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This video offers insights into the properties and boiling points of different alcohols and ethers, including antifreeze agents like ethylene glycol. We also discuss how molecular structures and interactions impact boiling points, shedding light on key differences among related compounds.

Heat Absorption: Lead Weight's Final Temperature
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Explore the process of heat absorption and discover how to calculate the final temperature of a lead fishing weight after absorbing a specific amount of heat.

Chromium(III) Oxide Reaction: Calculating Precise Quantities
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Learn the art of precise chemical calculations in this video. Discover how Chromium(III) oxide reacts with hydrogen sulfide to form chromium(III) sulfide and water, all while unraveling the necessary steps to determine the exact quantities involved.

Strong vs. Weak Acids: Ionization Differences in Water
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Uncover the distinct behaviors of hydrochloric acid and acetic acid in water. Learn about the complete ionization of strong acids and the partial ionization of weak ones, emphasizing the differentiation in proton donation.

Chemical Formulas: CaI?, N?O?, SiO?, ZnCl? for Atom Ratios
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Unlock the world of chemical formulas and their atom ratios. Learn to write compounds like CaI?, N?O?, SiO?, and ZnCl? in this chemistry tutorial.

Unveiling the Water-to-Salt Ratio in Barium Chloride Hydrate
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Explore the process of determining the number of water molecules in a barium chloride hydrate. Through a reaction with sulfuric acid, the video highlights how to derive the formation of barium sulfate and its mass calculations. A comprehensive chemical analysis leads to finding the elusive 'x' value, revealing the water-to-salt ratio.

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