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CHEM 2400: Organic Chemistry I

School: Georgia State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 5

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Ethane Hydrazine or Fluoromethane: Which is Liquid at Room Temp?
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Explore the states of ethane hydrazine and fluoromethane at room temperature by understanding intermolecular forces. Learn about nonpolar molecules dipole-dipole interactions and the powerful influence of hydrogen bonding. Discover why hydrazine stands out as most likely to be a liquid in everyday conditions.

Moles of H in Samples: H?O, NH?, N?H?, C??H??
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Discover how to calculate the number of moles of hydrogen in different chemical samples, including H?O, NH?, N?H?, and C??H??.

Identifying Fundamental Units in Rb?O, N?, Fe(NO?)?, and N?F?
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In this exploration, we delve into the fundamental units of various substances, whether they are single atoms, molecules, or formula units. We examine ionic compounds like Rb?O and Fe(NO?)?, characterized by formula units as their basic components, and covalent compounds like N? and N?F?, where molecules are the fundamental units.

Do Rusting and Burning Violate Conservation of Mass?
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This video explores the processes of rusting in iron and burning a match, addressing whether the observed changes in mass violate the law of conservation of mass, and explains how these processes align with the law.

Determining Formula Mass: Step-by-Step Approach Using Atomic Masses
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Discover the method to determine the formula mass for various compounds. Learn about the importance of atomic masses and their role in compounds like Aluminium sulfate, Diphosphorus Trioxide, and more. Understand the step-by-step approach to accurately calculate molecular weights.

Barium Chloride & Sodium Sulfate: Calculating BaSO? Yield
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Dive into the chemical reaction between Barium Chloride and Sodium Sulfate. Through step-by-step calculations, discover how to determine the resultant mass of Barium Sulfate. Conclude with a real-world example, highlighting the precise amount formed.

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