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Redox Reactions.

Redox Reactions.

Redox Reactions. Reduction. Oxidation. GCSE. Oxidation : Gain of oxygen Loss of electrons. Reduction : Loss of oxygen Gain of electrons. Increase in oxidation number. Decrease in oxidation number. 4 Experiments:. Burning magnesium Copper in silver nitrate solution

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LIMITING REACTANT The reactant that gives the least number of product moles “limits” the reaction.

LIMITING REACTANT The reactant that gives the least number of product moles “limits” the reaction.

LIMITING REACTANT The reactant that gives the least number of product moles “limits” the reaction.

By daryl
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Matter CRCT Review

Matter CRCT Review

Matter CRCT Review. Which of the following statements describe elements?. All of the particles in the element are different. Elements can be broken down into simpler substances. Elements have unique sets of properties. Elements cannot be joined together in chemical reactions.

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Terahertz Conductivity of Silver Nanoparticles

Terahertz Conductivity of Silver Nanoparticles

Aaron Shojinaga with Jie Shan Department of Physics, Case Western Reserve University. Terahertz Conductivity of Silver Nanoparticles. Introduction:

By umay
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Writing Simple Chemical Equations

Writing Simple Chemical Equations

Writing Simple Chemical Equations. Balancing and Classification of Reactions. Chemical Reactions. Balanced c hemical equations represent chemical reactions A substance which undergoes a chemical change has taken part in a chemical reaction

By sienna
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Plate 33

Plate 33

Plate 33. Inactivation of Viruses. Lytic vs. Lysogenic Cycles. Virus Inactivation. Since viruses aren’t technically “alive”, they cannot be “killed” However, they can be inactivated A virus that cannot replicate is considered inactivated. Susceptible Parts of a Virus.

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Writing Simple Chemical Equations

Writing Simple Chemical Equations

Writing Simple Chemical Equations. Balancing and Classification of Reactions. Chemical Reactions. Balanced c hemical equations represent chemical reactions A substance which undergoes a chemical change has taken part in a chemical reaction

By breena
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Objective: the Law of Conservation of Matter, the math + the experiment

Objective: the Law of Conservation of Matter, the math + the experiment

Objective: the Law of Conservation of Matter, the math + the experiment You need a sheet of paper, a calculator, and a pen/pencil. You will need a handout to do the experiment in the back. The questions on the handout will be done in class, or for homework.

By ernie
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Mg(OH) 2 + 2HCl → 2H 2 O + MgCl 2

Mg(OH) 2 + 2HCl → 2H 2 O + MgCl 2

To completely react 0.40 mol of magnesium hydroxide, 0.80 mol of hydrochloric acid will be required. Mg(OH) 2 + 2HCl → 2H 2 O + MgCl 2. 0.40 mol Mg(OH) 2 x 2 mol HCl = 0.8 mol HCl 1 mol Mg(OH) 2.

By jada
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2: Intermolecular forces

2: Intermolecular forces

Date. 2: Intermolecular forces. BIG picture. What skills will you be developing this lesson? ICT Numeracy Literacy Team work Self management Creative thinking Independent enquiry Participation Reflection How is this lesson relevant to every day life? (WRL/CIT). Connector.

By najwa
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Chemical reactions

Chemical reactions

Chemical reactions. Time to add the last major player before the big show!!!. Parts of a reaction. Reactants → products. I’m the starting materials. I’m the new thing after the reaction. I’m the arrow showing a reaction is taking place. Time to define….

By orsen
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Types of Reactions (7.2)

Types of Reactions (7.2)

Types of Reactions (7.2). By Justin Sloan, Lucas jones and Gary Rogers. Classifying Reactions. You can classify reactions into different types. There are many different types of chemical reactions there are Synthesis, decomposition, single and double replacement and also a combustion reaction.

By lizina
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UNIVERSAL WASTE

UNIVERSAL WASTE

UNIVERSAL WASTE. SMITHFIELD FOODS ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE 2012. What is Universal Waste?. Universal wastes are specific hazardous wastes which are destined for recycling. They include: Spent batteries

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Chapter 6 The Periodic Table: Group7

Chapter 6 The Periodic Table: Group7

Chapter 6 The Periodic Table: Group7. 6.1 The Halogens 6.2 Reactions of The Halogens and Their Ions. 6.1 What is the outcome from syllabus?. Candidates should be able to: ♣ describe the trends in volatility and colour of chlorine, bromine and iodine

By siran
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Why Fingerprints?

Why Fingerprints?

Why Fingerprints?. Fingerprints are the most recognizable physical evidence for the general public. When clear fingerprints are found at a crime scene they are the premier evidence which will help to identify the person who left them. Fingerprints are individual characteristics.

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LECTURE â„– 5

LECTURE â„– 5

LECTURE â„– 5 Halogenderivatives of hydrocarbons, which are used in the medical practice. Some alcohols, aldehydes and ethers as drugs associate prof. Mosula L. M. The Plan. 1. Halogenderivatives of hydrocarbons : Ethyl Chloride , Chloroform, Iodoform, Fluothane. 2 . Alcohol - Ethanol.

By axel
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Biosynthesis of silver and gold nanoparticles using microbial biomass

Biosynthesis of silver and gold nanoparticles using microbial biomass

Department of Neutron Activation Analysis Division of Nuclear Physics Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. Biosynthesis of silver and gold nanoparticles using microbial biomass. Inga Zinicovscaia E-mail: zing@nf.jinr.ru.

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Eyes and Thighs

Eyes and Thighs

Eyes and Thighs. Nisha Nair And Socorro Quimson The University of Texas Medical Branch School Of Nursing Neonatal AHA GNRS 5303. Objectives. Discuss the history and origin of Erythromycin and Vitamin K prophylaxis of the newborn.

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Tests for anions in solution

Tests for anions in solution

Tests for anions in solution. Anions are negative ions. The anions you need to be able to identify are:. carbonate, CO 3 2– hydroxide, OH – chloride, Cl – iodide, I – sulfate, SO 4 2– nitrate, NO 3 –. Carbonate. Most metal carbonates, including all coloured carbonates, are insoluble.

By obert
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Properties of haloalkanes

Properties of haloalkanes

Properties of haloalkanes. Haloalkanes are hydrocarbons with one hydrogen atom (or more) replaced by a halogen atom – a chlorine, bromine or iodine atom. There are primary, secondary and tertiary haloalkanes, defined in the same way as primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols.

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