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The Atmosphere and the Physical Effects of the Sun

The Atmosphere and the Physical Effects of the Sun

The Atmosphere and the Physical Effects of the Sun. The Atmosphere. A mixture of gases surrounding the Earth. Nitrogen – 78.08% Oxygen – 20.95% Argon – 0.93% Carbon dioxide – 0.4%

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Overall Course Overview:

Overall Course Overview:

Overall Course Overview:. April 7: QA Systems, EPA definitions, PQAOs and common sense – Mike Papp April 14: Routine Quality Control and Data Management (1-pt QC, flow rate, and instrument stability checks) – Travis Maki

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Diatomic Molecules

Diatomic Molecules

Ch 5 Covalent Bonding Remember… Covalent molecules are made from 2 or more nonmetals and the electrons are “shared.”. Diatomic Molecules. Gases made of two atoms of the same element. Naming – just use the element name. Hydrogen. Fluorine. Prefixes Used in Covalent Molecules.

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Diatomic Molecules

Diatomic Molecules

Diatomic Molecules. Can’t exist by themselves( have a 2 subscript) 7 of them Ways to remember….. BrINClHOF (say Brinckle-hoff ) (bromine-iodine-nitrogen-chlorine-hydrogen-oxygen-fluorine). Hydrogen + the rest that forms a 7 on periodic table.

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Diatomic molecules

Diatomic molecules

Diatomic molecules. L. L. L. When we treat the free rotor as two masses at a fixed distance, we find the energy is dependent on the orbital quantum number:. L. Molecules can absorb and emit electromagnetic radiation in a similar fashion to atoms.

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The 7 Diatomic Molecules

The 7 Diatomic Molecules

The 7 Diatomic Molecules. Hydrogen H H 2 Nitrogen N N 2 Oxygen O O 2 Fluorine F F 2 . Chlorine Cl Cl 2 Bromine Br Br 2 Iodine I I 2. hydrogen + oxygen  water H 2 + O 2  H 2 O. hydrogen + oxygen  water 2 H 2 + O 2  2 H 2 O.

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Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals

Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals

Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals. Hydrogen molecule ion (H 2 + ) Overlap and exchange integrals Bonding/Anti-bonding orbitals Molecular orbitals. Schrödinger equation for hydrogen molecule ion. -. Simplest example of a chemical bond is the hydrogen molecule ion (H 2 + ) .

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Diatomic and Polyatomic Gases

Diatomic and Polyatomic Gases

Valentim M. B. Nunes ESTT-IPT - May 2019. Diatomic and Polyatomic Gases. Diatomic gases, beyond translational contribution, also possess vibrational, rotational and electronic contributions. Remember :  total =  transl +  vib +  rot +  elect

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Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals

Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals

Lecture 13: Diatomic orbitals. Hydrogen molecule ion (H 2 + ) Overlap and exchange integrals Bonding/Anti-bonding orbitals Molecular orbitals. Schrödinger equation for hydrogen molecule ion. -. Simplest example of a chemical bond is the hydrogen molecule ion (H 2 + ) .

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Diatomic Elements, 1 and 7

Diatomic Elements, 1 and 7

Diatomic Elements, 1 and 7. H 2. O 2. F 2. N 2. Cl 2. Br 2. F 2. Newton’s First Law of Motion (Law of Inertia). Object at rest tends to stay at rest, and object in motion tends to stay in motion at constant velocity unless object is acted upon by an unbalanced, external force.

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MO Diagrams for Diatomic Molecules

MO Diagrams for Diatomic Molecules

MO Diagrams for Diatomic Molecules. Chapter 5 Friday, October 11, 2013. E σ. E π. 2 p b. 2 p a. 2 s b. 2 s a. Homonuclear Diatomic Molecules. What happens when we move to more complicated systems? Consider O 2 .

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