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Week 4 book and lecture notes on naming and conversions

by: Karlee Nelsen

Week 4 book and lecture notes on naming and conversions CHEM 103 - 002

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Karlee Nelsen
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Sanchita Hati

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Examples of possible conversions and methods of naming with emphasis on polyatomic ions. Also focus on the Groups of the Periodic Table and their properties of elements by group.
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Sanchita Hati
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Date Created: 09/26/15
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