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Nuclear Waste Evaluate environmental issues associated

Chemistry: Matter & Change | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9780078746376 | Authors: McGraw-Hill Education ISBN: 9780078746376 131

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Nuclear Waste Evaluate environmental issues associated with nuclear wastes. Research the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste disposal plan, the Hanford nuclear site, or a local nuclear facility. Prepare a poster or multimedia presentation on your findings

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Chemistry 116 Notes: Gaseous State (Ch. 5) Bangbo Yan 4/19/2016  Gas forming reaction; Sodium metal water reaction  Substance that exist as gas  Gas: substance that normally exists in a gaseous state at atmospheric conditions. • Normal atmospheric conditions: 25 degrees Celsius, and 1 atm (atmospheric pressure) EXAMPLES: H 2 Diatomic molecules… H 2:molecular hydrogen N 2 molecular nitrogen O : molecular oxygen 2 O 3 ozone F2: molecular fluorine Cl2: molecular chlorine Monatomic molecules… He: helium Ne: neon Ar: argon Kr: krypton Xe: xenon Rn: radon 

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Textbook: Chemistry: Matter & Change
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Author: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9780078746376

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