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Atomic Concepts


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Kinetics & Equilibrium


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Miscellaneous


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Nuclear Chemistry


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Organic Chemistry


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Oxidation-Reduction


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Periodic Table


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balanced equation404 viewsbalanced equation
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Concentrations of Reactants and Products450 viewsAt 550°C, 1.00 mole of CO2(g) and 1.00 mole of H2(g) are placed in a 1.00-liter reaction vessel. The substances react to form CO(g) and H2O(g). Changes in the concentrations of the reactants and the concentrations of the products are shown in the graph
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Periodic Table of Elements1096 viewsPeriodic Table of Elements
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Ionic Radii of Some Group 2 Elements577 viewsThe ionic radii of some Group 2 elements are given in the table
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Component of Natural Gas vs. Boiling Point at Standard Pressure (°C)487 viewsNatural gas is a mixture that includes butane, ethane, methane, and propane. Differences in boiling points can be used to separate the components of natural gas. The boiling points at standard pressure for these components are listed in the table
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Reaction of Zn(s) with HCl(aq)580 viewsDuring a laboratory activity to investigate reaction rate, a student reacts 1.0-gram samples of solid zinc with 10.0-milliliter samples of HCl(aq). The table below shows information about the variables in five experiments the student performed.
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The procedures and corresponding observations for the activities are given395 viewsA student performed a laboratory activity to observe the reaction between aluminum foil and an aqueous copper(II) chloride solution.
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Information about Two Mixtures at 20.°C392 viewsA student prepared two mixtures, each in a labeled beaker. Enough water at 20.°C was used to make 100 milliliters of each mixture.

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The procedures and corresponding observations for the activities are given395 viewsA student performed a laboratory activity to observe the reaction between aluminum foil and an aqueous copper(II) chloride solution.Nov 28, 2011
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Information about Two Mixtures at 20.°C392 viewsA student prepared two mixtures, each in a labeled beaker. Enough water at 20.°C was used to make 100 milliliters of each mixture.Nov 28, 2011
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Component of Natural Gas vs. Boiling Point at Standard Pressure (°C)487 viewsNatural gas is a mixture that includes butane, ethane, methane, and propane. Differences in boiling points can be used to separate the components of natural gas. The boiling points at standard pressure for these components are listed in the tableNov 28, 2011
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Reaction between bromine and a hydrocarbon500 viewsA reaction between bromine and a hydrocarbon is represented by the balanced equationNov 28, 2011
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Concentrations of Reactants and Products450 viewsAt 550°C, 1.00 mole of CO2(g) and 1.00 mole of H2(g) are placed in a 1.00-liter reaction vessel. The substances react to form CO(g) and H2O(g). Changes in the concentrations of the reactants and the concentrations of the products are shown in the graphNov 28, 2011
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Ionic Radii of Some Group 2 Elements577 viewsThe ionic radii of some Group 2 elements are given in the tableNov 28, 2011
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Bright-Line Spectra557 viewsThe bright-line spectra for three elements and a mixture of elements are shownNov 28, 2011
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Reaction of Zn(s) with HCl(aq)580 viewsDuring a laboratory activity to investigate reaction rate, a student reacts 1.0-gram samples of solid zinc with 10.0-milliliter samples of HCl(aq). The table below shows information about the variables in five experiments the student performed.Nov 28, 2011