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CHEM 1113: General Chemistry 1

School: University of Colorado at Boulder

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 12

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Mass Calc: C?F, MgF?, CS? & SO? Explained
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Master the conversion of moles to grams with clear step-by-step guidance. Explore specific calculations for substances like carbon tetrafluoride and magnesium fluoride. Grasp the nuances of handling different units like millimoles and kilomoles in the context of substances such as carbon disulfide and sulfur trioxide

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Evolutionary Implications of Cytochromes vs. Hemoglobin and Myoglobin
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In this video, we delve into the fascinating world of evolutionary adaptations in heme-containing proteins.

Speed of Light Explained: Earth, Billions of Km & the Concept of Light
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Discover the incredible speed of light as it zips 7.5 times around Earth in just a second! Marvel at its daily and yearly travels, equating to billions and trillions of kilometers. Dive deeper into the concept of a 'light year' and its significance in astronomical measurements.

What makes bubbles when water boils?
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When water boils, bubbles rise to the surface, but what's in these bubbles? Let's evaluate the options. Option d, water vapor, is correct; the bubbles during boiling are primarily composed of water vapor, the gaseous state of water.

KOH Volume Needed to Neutralize H?SO? Samples
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Discover the precise KOH volumes to neutralize H?SO? samples with various concentrations. Learn about the acid-base reaction dynamics and stoichiometry.

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