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CHEM 552: Applications/Organic Reactions

School: University of Tennessee - Knoxville

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Determining Bond Types: Ionic, Polar Covalent, or Covalent in Chemical
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This discussion revolves around the classification of chemical bonds as ionic, polar covalent, or covalent based on the electronegativity difference between the atoms involved. The general criteria for this classification are explained: a difference greater than 1.7 indicates an ionic bond, between 0.5 and 1.7 signifies a polar covalent bond, and less than 0.5 designates a covalent bond. It then applies these criteria to four specific examples, including the CC bond in ethane (H?CCH?), the KI bo

Ranking WO? Rb?SO? Pb(C?H?O?)? RbI by Decreasing Formula Mass
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Discover the method to rank compounds like Tungsten Dioxide Rubidium Sulfate Lead Acetate and Rubidium Iodide based on their formula masses. Learn about the significance and calculation of a compound's formula mass. Conclude with an ordered list from heaviest to lightest based on our calculations

Calculating Density: Rectangular Metal Bar & Significance
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Learn the process of determining the density of a rectangular metal bar using its measurements. Understand how volume and mass play a crucial role in the calculation, and the importance of representing results with the correct number of significant figures

Precipitation Reactions Explained: From Solution to Solid Formation
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Unravel the chemistry behind precipitation reactions and the creation of insoluble salts. Learn how aqueous ions interact to form solid precipitates, illustrated with examples like silver nitrate and sodium chloride. Understand their significance in fields from water treatment to qualitative analysis.

Calculating the Amount of Cesium and Iodine in a 38.77g Cs-I Compound
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Learn how to calculate the amounts of Cesium and Iodine in a 38.77g sample of a Cs-I compound. Starting with a 125g compound this tutorial uses conversion factors to find 19.83g of Cesium and 18.94g of Iodine. Perfect for chemistry students seeking to master stoichiometry and compound analysis.

Tailors' Seam Measurements: Precision and Accuracy Analysis
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An in-depth analysis of the precision and accuracy in seam measurements by three apprentice tailors: X, Y, and Z, as they measure a pair of trousers. Understand how their measurements compare to the true length of 32.0 inches.

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