Today we talked about the properties of water using hydrogen bonding. Hydrogen bonds are attractive forces in which a hydrogen covalently bonded to a very electronegative atom is also weakly…

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Chemistry

Chemistry

Gases are compressible because their molecules are so far spread apart, there is no defined space between gas molecules because they are constantly moving and bouncing around. The way to…

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Chemistry

Kinetic energy…The energy an object has because of its motion. All things are made of particles that are always in motion, weather its a gas where the particles are bouncing…

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Chemistry

While doing electron configurations, there are three rules you must keep in mind; the Aufbau principal, Pauli exclusive principle, and Hund’s rule. The Aufbau principle states, “electrons occupy the orbitals of…

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Chemistry

The Quantum mechanical model is like a theory or idea of were the electrons will be next, but can never be certain. This was all started because they were trying to…

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Chemistry

Today we talked about the atomic theory that John dalton had set. The 4 parts of his theory are the following 1.) All elements are composed of tiny indivisible particles…

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Chemistry

This was a couple of days ago, but I’m doing this now because I forgot to blog earlier in the week. Parent functions, when solving these, the first thing that…

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PreCalculus

So today we talked about heterogeneous and homogeneous mixtures, there is a difference between them. A heterogeneous mixture is, a mixture that is not uniform throughout. A homogeneous mixture is…

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Chemistry

Finding continuity is pretty simple, just a long process. First when you get a function, find out if F(X) exists, then the limits, do the table, find out it’s continuity.

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PreCalculus