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by: Candace Brooks

Chapter2.pdf CH 101

Candace Brooks
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General Chemistry
Paul Rupar

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Filled In Notes for January 16, 2015
General Chemistry
Paul Rupar
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This 2 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Candace Brooks on Tuesday January 20, 2015. The One Day of Notes belongs to CH 101 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Paul Rupar in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 341 views.


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Measurement Density and Energy Precision vs Accuracy Accuracy 0 How close to actual value Precision o How similar a set of measurements are to each other 0 How reproducible a measurement is Density Ratio of a mass to volume DMassVolume quot9 DgmL or gcmquot3 What is the density of a diamond V024cmquot3 MO842g DO842gO24cmquot3 D3508gcmquot3 35gcmquot3 Clicker Question More dense Water or Ice Answer Water Clicker Question An ice cube oats in a glass of water As the ice melts what will happen Answer Water level will increase Energy The capacity to do work Work is the action of a force applied across a distance Energy of Matter Kinetic Energy is energy of motion 0 Example cars driving 0 Thermal heat energy is a form of kinetic energy Potential Energy is energy that is stored in the matter 0 Due to composition Conversion of Energy The total amount of energy is constant Spontaneous Processes Things in lots of potential energy


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