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SL Chemistry

SL Chemistry

SL Chemistry. Tuesday September 22nd 2015. Agenda. Begin Topic 2 - Atomic Structure. Atoms contain a positively charged dense nucleus composed of protons and neutrons (nucleons). Negatively charged electrons occupy the space outside the nucleus.

By Leo
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Starting Batteries

Starting Batteries

Starting Batteries. How do batteries work? Each cell has a number of positive plates made of lead (sponge lead?) And negative plates of ???. How do batteries work?. When the two dissimilar metal plates are immersed in acid they create a voltage

By paul
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Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)

Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs)

Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs). Physics 496/487 Matt Strassler. Why OLEDs. Lighting efficiency Incandescent bulbs are inefficient Fluorescent bulbs give off ugly light LEDs (ordinary light emitting diodes) are bright points; not versatile OLEDs may be better on all counts

By tyme
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All about Ionic Bonding

All about Ionic Bonding

All about Ionic Bonding. Modified for the Internet Please ensure you have all extra Class notes. Suggested Study (Fri 15 th Feb). Physics group please catch up! Exp 1 report due Tues 19 th Feb Please look up and learn some common ions Text book review questions

By cheche
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iGEM 101: Session 4

iGEM 101: Session 4

iGEM 101: Session 4. 3 /19/15 Jarrod Shilts 3 /22/15 Ophir Ospovat. 2 . DNA Purification. P urification of DNA from gel or enzymatic reaction Usually single size due to the nature of gels and PCR reactions Several different methods Column (spin, vacuum) Phenol chloroform

By coy
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Chemical Practice

Chemical Practice

Chemical Practice. Using ion models to determine chemical formulas. How do the models work?. Designed to show electron movement. POSITIVE ions are trying to lose electrons so the model has an “arrow” showing electrons leaving.

By whitley
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Solid State Physics 1

Solid State Physics 1

Solid State Physics 1. Section 10-1. Topics. Structure of Solids Free Electron Gas in Metals Summary. Structure of Solids. Face-centered cubic (fcc) Salts: LiF, KF, KCl, KI, NaCl Metals: Ag, Al, Au, Ca, Cu, Ni, Pb . Na +. Cl -. Structure of Solids. When two oppositely charged

By marlow
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Bell Work

Bell Work

Bell Work. Pretend you work for Jeopardy ! Come up with a category W rite three questions Assign each question a value ( e.g . 100, 200 and 300 ) Briefly explain the reasoning for your category , questions and values. The Periodic Table. Unit 2.

By davina
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Unit Nine Review

Unit Nine Review

Unit Nine Review. IMF. Intermolecular forces Attractive forces between molecules The three states of matter depend on Strength of IMF relative to the amount of thermal energy Weaker IMF Gas Stronger IMF Solid or liquid. IMF. Surface tension Tendency of liquids to minimize surface area

By kemal
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If the voltage is high enough the air molecules will ionise and a spark discharge occurs .

If the voltage is high enough the air molecules will ionise and a spark discharge occurs .

P2 4.3 Uses and dangers of static electricity. If the voltage is high enough the air molecules will ionise and a spark discharge occurs . -. Ionisation is the ability to remove electrons from atoms leaving a trail of positive ions. DISCHARGING UNSAFE STATIC.

By dixon
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Surface and volume production of negative ions in a low-pressure plasma

Surface and volume production of negative ions in a low-pressure plasma

Surface and volume production of negative ions in a low-pressure plasma. E. Stoffels , W.W. Stoffels, V.M. Kroutilina*, H.-E. Wagner* and J. Meichsner*, Department of Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology *Institute for Physics, University of Greifswald .

By benny
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ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS

ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS

ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS. SCOPE OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR. purification of polluted air, which are created by industries. ESP multiplier produces negative ion in environment. combination of negative ions makes ozone which is required for green environment. New idea

By gilda
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Chapter Three Chemical Foundations: Elements, Atoms, and Ions

Chapter Three Chemical Foundations: Elements, Atoms, and Ions

Chapter Three Chemical Foundations: Elements, Atoms, and Ions. 3.1 The Elements 3.2 Atoms and Compounds 3.3 Atomic Structure 3.4 Using the Periodic Table 3.5 Ions and their Compounds. 3.1 Objectives. To learn about the relative abundances of the elements

By hetal
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SOLUTION CHEMISTRY

SOLUTION CHEMISTRY

SOLUTION CHEMISTRY. I. Mixtures:. mixture = a blend of two or more kinds of matter, each of which retains its own identity and properties can be physically separated (filtration, evaporation, decanting, magnetism, etc). I. MIXTURES:.

By fausta
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Major and Minor Groups on the Periodic Table

Major and Minor Groups on the Periodic Table

Major and Minor Groups on the Periodic Table . 1. Representative Elements . Notes. Groups 1, 2, 13-17 Feature all of the possible properties for elements on the periodic table They “represent” the other elements

By josiah
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Biochemistry (timberlake), chapter 4

Biochemistry (timberlake), chapter 4

Biochemistry (timberlake), chapter 4. Why do elements form compounds? How do elements form compounds?. The Octet Rule. Only atoms with filled valence shell s and p orbitals are stable. For H & He, the 1 st shell is the valence shell—stable with 2 valence electrons in an s orbital

By zan
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Chemistry Nomenclature

Chemistry Nomenclature

Chemistry Nomenclature. Binary Ionic Compounds. What are they made of?. Binary  Ionic  Example . 2 elements. metal ion + non-metal ion. sodium, Na +  metal chlorine, Cl -  non-metal. REMEMBER !. Metals tend to Lose electrons and become positive ions ( cations ) .

By dieter
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Functional Properties of Neurons

Functional Properties of Neurons

Functional Properties of Neurons. Irritability – ability to respond to stimuli Conductivity – ability to transmit an impulse The plasma membrane at rest is polarized Fewer positive ions are inside the cell than outside the cell. Starting a Nerve Impulse.

By tasha
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Notes – Big idea 3 Ch. 48 – Nervous system

Notes – Big idea 3 Ch. 48 – Nervous system

Notes – Big idea 3 Ch. 48 – Nervous system. Essential knowledge 3.E.2

By bern
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Metallic bonding Topi c 4.4

Metallic bonding Topi c 4.4

Metallic bonding Topi c 4.4. YouTube video 1:21. valence electrons detach from individual atoms since metals contain only 1-3 valence electrons no particular electron is confined to a particular metal atom

By sondra
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