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Physical Properties of Minerals

Physical Properties of Minerals

Physical Properties of Minerals. Naming Minerals . Color Glauconite (greek: glaucos = blue-green) Other Properties, Uses Magnetite Components Chromite Places Muscovite (Moscow) People Biotite . Chemicals (And Minerals) Are Classified By Their Anions .

By glyn
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CHAPTER 4

CHAPTER 4

CHAPTER 4. Some Types of Chemical Reactions. Chapter Four Goals. The Periodic Table: Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids Aqueous Solutions: An Introduction Reactions in Aqueous Solutions Oxidation Numbers Naming Some Inorganic Compounds Naming Binary Compounds

By alka
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Crystal Binding (Bonding) Continued More on Van der Waals & Hydrogen Bonding

Crystal Binding (Bonding) Continued More on Van der Waals & Hydrogen Bonding

Crystal Binding (Bonding) Continued More on Van der Waals & Hydrogen Bonding . Van Der Waals Bonding. + -. + -. This WEAK dipole interaction is the origin of the van der Waals bond, which is therefore characterized by a LOW cohesive energy, and so LOW melting temperatures

By cuyler
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Metal Analysis by Flame and Plasma Atomic Spectroscopy

Metal Analysis by Flame and Plasma Atomic Spectroscopy

Metal Analysis by Flame and Plasma Atomic Spectroscopy. Flame A. Atomization 1. Types of Atomization Processes a.) Nebulizers b. Electrothermal atomization 2. Line Width 3. Effect of Temperature B. Interferences C. Sample Preparation Plasma Emission Spectroscopy.

By Gabriel
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Ecphrastic poetry & the development of professional literacy in chemistry

Ecphrastic poetry & the development of professional literacy in chemistry

Ecphrastic poetry & the development of professional literacy in chemistry. What is ecphrastic poetry?.

By cachet
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Oxidation-Reduction

Oxidation-Reduction

Oxidation-Reduction. Larry J. Scheffler Lincoln High School. GER!. LEO says. L oss of Electrons = O xidation Gain of Electrons = R eduction. Oxidation Numbers. Oxidation is the loss of electrons; Reduction is the gain of electrons

By hinda
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Chapter 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements

Chapter 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements

Chemistry, The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 7 Periodic Properties of the Elements. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College St. Peters, MO  2006, Prentice Hall, Inc. Development of Periodic Table.

By sumi
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Electron Configuration: Ions

Electron Configuration: Ions

Electron Configuration: Ions. Valence Electrons. Electron Configuration - Cations. Cations – atoms that lose electrons - metals Electron Configuration: Magnesium – 12 electrons in its neutral state 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 Magnesium ion Loses 2 electrons New configuration: 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6

By thora
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Salts as Acids and Bases

Salts as Acids and Bases

Salts as Acids and Bases. Assuming that only one ion affects the pH. Salt Ionic Compound Dissolves Ions Slosh Ions as Acids Ions as Bases. Cations Sloshing Anions Sloshing. Salts that produce Neutral Solutions. Salts that consist of: Cations of strong bases (K + , Na + , etc.)

By teo
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1 00

1 00

Anions. Poly wanna cracker?. Together at last. Cations. Divorced. 1 00. 1 00. 1 00. 1 00. 1 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 3 00. 3 00. 3 00. 3 00. 3 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 5 00. 5 00. 5 00. 5 00. 5 00. Anions are formed from these. Column 1, 100.

By inge
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2.8 – Naming Inorganic Compounds

2.8 – Naming Inorganic Compounds

2.8 – Naming Inorganic Compounds. AP Chemistry Summer Homework Chapter 2. Naming. There are almost an infinite number of ways in which element can combine in order to make compounds Therefore, a systematic method is used so that we can easily name all compounds

By hollie
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Catalyst

Catalyst

Catalyst. Solve to the correct number of sig. figs.: (56.89)(2.1)(0.54674) = 2. Convert 52 ft to cm (12 in = 1 ft , 1 in = 2.54 cm) 3. Convert 52 km to nm. Express in scientific notation!. Every Compound Is Unique!. Lecture 0.3 – Naming Inorganic Compounds.

By moeshe
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2.4 Compounds, Atoms, and Ions

2.4 Compounds, Atoms, and Ions

2.4 Compounds, Atoms, and Ions . (7.1 pg 169-174. Compounds are formed when two or more atoms bond together; modern atomic theory suggests the tendency of atoms to bond is based on the arrangement of their e (protons/neutrons not involved.).

By gaenor
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Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding

Chemical Bonding. H Chemistry I Unit 4. Objectives #1-2 Introduction to Chemical Bonding. The Bonding Process *chemical bonds form so as to lower the energy of each atom involved in the bond *usually only involves the valence electrons in atoms

By thai
(494 views)

CHAPTER 6

CHAPTER 6

CHAPTER 6. IONIC AND COVALENT BONDS. What happens to electrons? What is the electronegativity difference? What type of elements are involved?. IONIC COMPOUNDS. What is the simplest unit of the compound called? How is strength of the bond measured?. IONIC COMPOUNDS.

By helmut
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Section 2.8

Section 2.8

Section 2.8 . Naming Inorganic Compounds . Chemical Nomenclature. Naming system of substances Latin: Nomen ~ name Calare~ to call Two main categories: Organic and Inorganic. Inorganic Compound Rules. Ionic Compounds. Ionic Compounds. 1. Cations

By cate
(181 views)

Organic Chemistry Chapter 10 Part I

Organic Chemistry Chapter 10 Part I

Organic Chemistry Chapter 10 Part I. Carboxylic Acids and Their Derivatives (Ester). Nanoplasmonic Research Group. Carboxylic Acids (General). three ways to represent a carboxylic acid. carboxyl group. acid derivatives. Organic Acids characterized the presence of a carboxylic group

By nora
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Naming and Writing Formulas for Compounds

Naming and Writing Formulas for Compounds

Naming and Writing Formulas for Compounds. Unit 4. 1. Naming Ionic Compounds. Ionic Compound: Composed of ions Cations & Anions Metals & Nonmetals. Cations: + charge Metals + Polyatomic Ions . Anions: - charge Nonmetals - Polyatomic Ions. Name the cation (always 1 st )

By yakov
(87 views)

Ionic BONDING

Ionic BONDING

Ionic BONDING. Metals Metalloids Non-metals. Noble Gases . Noble Gases. Have complete outer shells that cannot accept anymore electrons Unreactive Will not combine (form bonds) with any other element. 2. 2,8. 2,8, 8. 2,8, 8, 18. Metal atoms. Metal atoms have incomplete outer shells

By dudley
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PharmaMiner : Geometric Mining of Pharmacophores

PharmaMiner : Geometric Mining of Pharmacophores

PharmaMiner : Geometric Mining of Pharmacophores. PharmaMiner. Analysis of 3D arrangements of pharmacophoric features in compound collections Flexible definition of features of interest (donor, acceptor, hydrophobic core, etc.) Classification and clustering of arrangements .

By papina
(114 views)

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