# 'Mol 1' presentation slideshows

## Chemical equilibrium: electrochemistry

Chemical equilibrium: electrochemistry. 자연과학대학 화학과 박영 동 교수. Examples. In distilled water Hg 2 (IO 3 ) 2 ⇄ Hg 2 2+ + 2IO 3  K sp = 1.3 × 10 -18 K sp = [Hg 2 2+ ][IO 3  ] 2 = x (2 x ) 2 → x = [Hg 2 2+ ] = 6.9 × 10  7 In 0.050 M KNO 3 [Hg 2 2+ ] = 1.0 × 10  6.

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## The Mole and Energy

The Mole and Energy. Mole, gas volume and reactions, Chemical energy and Enthalpy,. Index. Chemical energy. The mole. Molar quantities. Avogadro’s constant. Gas volume. Enthalpy changes and specific heat capacity. Index for the various types of calculations in higher chemistry.

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## Equilibrium

Equilibrium. Equilibrium. Limiting reagent Concentrations become constant Dynamic situation Reversible reactions. 2NO 2  N 2 O 4. a. b. c. d. time. 2NO 2  N 2 O 4. Equilibrium Constant (K). represents a ratio of the concentrations of products to reactants at equilibrium:

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## 19 F: 9e – , 9p + , 10n 0 Ar-40: 18e – , 18p + , 22n 0 a) Al 2 S 3 b) MgO

x 6.02x10 23 particles. x 6 atoms. 1 particle C 2 H 4. 1 mol C 2 H 4. 19 F: 9e – , 9p + , 10n 0 Ar-40: 18e – , 18p + , 22n 0 a) Al 2 S 3 b) MgO NaF = 4.0 – 0.9 = 3.1: ionic, London. H 2 O = 3.5 – 2.1 = 1.4: dipole-dipole (specifically H-bonding), London.

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## Empirical Formula

Empirical Formula . The empirical formula is the simplest whole number ratio between atoms in a compound. It is determined experimentally by measuring the mass of the elements that combine to form a compound. Molecular Formula. Molecular Formula.

By buzz
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## Electronic Structure

Electronic Structure. Gordon Watson Chemistry Department, Kelso High School. Based on Presentations produced by David P. White University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Adv Higher Unit 1 Topic 1. Introduction.

By monty
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## § 10. 6 Photochemistry

§ 10. 6 Photochemistry. 6.1 Brief introduction. 1) Photochemistry. The branch of chemistry which deals with the study of chemical reaction initiated by light. 2) Energy of photon. The photon is quantized energy : light quantum.

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## 10. 4 Photochemistry

10. 4 Photochemistry. 4.1 Brief introduction. 1) photochemistry. The branch of chemistry which deals with the study of chemical reaction initiated by light. 2) Energy of photon. The photon is quantized energy : light quantum.

By guy
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## Percent composition, empirical formulas, molecular formulas,and formula for a hydrate

Percent composition, empirical formulas, molecular formulas,and formula for a hydrate. Percent Composition. Part/whole X 100 = % composition Ex. What percent of sodium chloride is chlorine? Chlorine is the “part” and sodium chloride is the “whole”

By natala
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## Membranes II

Membranes II. Andy Howard Introductory Biochemistry 6 October 2009. Membranes work hard. Transport of various types requires active participation of various proteins and sometimes involves energy input.

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## Refer to chapter 16, Stryer, 5e & chapter 14, Lehninger, 5e

The biosynthesis of cell constituents III: glycolysis: steps 6-10. Refer to chapter 16, Stryer, 5e & chapter 14, Lehninger, 5e. Lecture 18, Michael Schweizer. steps 6-10. Glycolysis continued. Recall that there are 2 GAP per glucose. 6. Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase catalyzes:

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Adventures in Thermochemistry. James S. Chickos * Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Missouri-St. Louis Louis MO 63121 E-mail: jsc@umsl.edu 11. Clydesdales from the Budweiser Brewery St. Louis MO. Applications of the The Correlation-Gas Chromatographic Method

By toan
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## C. Y. Yeung (CHW, 2009)

Activation Energy (E a ) & Arrhenius Equation. / Transition State. p.01. C. Y. Yeung (CHW, 2009). k = Ae (-E /RT). a. (Arrhenius Equation). Rate Constant (k) is temperature dependent. Higher E a , smaller k, slower rate of rxn. E a of a rxn path is “unchangable”!. p.02.

By owen
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## Reasons for the Development of Estimation Techniques

If there is no experimental data available, are there any other methods of estimating thermochemical data? Group Additivity ab initio calculations molecular mechanics calculations. Reasons for the Development of Estimation Techniques

By flo
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## Green Chemistry Workshop #2: Analytical Chemistry I

Green Chemistry Workshop #2: Analytical Chemistry I. US – Thai Distance Learning Program January 27, 2010 Professor Kenneth M. Doxsee University of Oregon. The Principles of Green Chemistry. Prevention Atom Economy Less Hazardous Synthesis Designing Safer Chemicals

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## The biosynthesis of cell constituents II: glycolysis: steps 1-5

The biosynthesis of cell constituents II: glycolysis: steps 1-5. Objectives How cells make ATP: energy-releasing pathways Food molecules are broken down in three stages Carbohydrates and their principal biological roles

By orea
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## Chapter 4. THE PROPERTIES OF GASES

Chapter 4. THE PROPERTIES OF GASES. THE NATURE OF GASES. 4.1 Observing Gases 4.2 Pressure 4.3 Alternative Units of Pressure. THE GAS LAWS. 4.4 The Experimental Observations 4.5 Applications of the Ideal Gas Law 4.6 Gas Density 4.7 The Stoichiometry of Reacting Gases

By nate
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