Solute: disolved particles in a solution Solvent: what the compound is solving. In aqueous solvations, the solvent is always water.  The Solution Process: the formation of a solution from a…

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Hydrogen Bonding is a not very strong bond between two molecules resulting from a proton in one molecule and an electronegative atom in the other. One of the properties of water…

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Dalton’s Law says that when volume and temperature are constant, the combined pressure equals to the combination of all the gases in the mixture. P(total)= P1+P2+P3=P4… etc Diffusion and Effusion:…

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Under ideal circumstances*, you can assume the following for any gas: The particles in gas are small, hard spheres. Their volume is insignificant The motion is rapid, constant and random,…

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1- Atomic Size: this is based on the radius of the atom. As you go down any group in the periodic table, the atomic size increases. As you go across…

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Light & Atomic Emission: speed of light is constant 2.998×10^8m/s the wavelenght and the frequency are inversly proportional, meaning that if one is high, the other is low, and viceversa.…

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There are three rules for electron configuraitons: 1-) Aufbau Principle: electrons occupy the orbitals of the lowest energy level first. 2-) Pauli Exlusion Principle: an atomic orbital has two electrons.…

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Energy Levels and Sub levels The quantum mechanical model is the result of Schrödinger’s equation. -Determin the allowed energy. -Area/region of probability of finding an electron. A dense cloud = more…

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