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    Chemistry Study Guide

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    Chemistry Study Guide Chapter 9- Thermodynamics KE= ½ mv2 w= F∆x w= force × distance ∙ A state function refers to a property of the system that depends only on its present state. ∙Internal Energy = heat + work ∆E = q + w ∙Pressure = Force/Area = P = F/A ∙Work= - external pressure × change in volume w = - P∆V Enthalpy H = E + PV qp = ∆E + P∆V ∆H = qp ∆H = H products – H reactants Ideal Gas Law PV

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    thousands of rings of six atoms are covalently bonded together into long chains which form tiny tubes within the paper. The water molecule has been spilt leaving oxygen between each ring The long chains are held together by side-to-side hydrogen bonding(O-H) between the chains, so there is also weak dipole-dipole moment. These side by side long chains are called sheets of cellulose. The sheets are held one on top of the other by Van der Waals forces. The geometry of the short, carbon-hydrogen bonds

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    chapter eight we learned the key concepts of chemical bonds and their properties. In this essay I will elaborate on the concepts we were taught and explain them in my own words. It will include the classification of different types of bonds, the bonding nature of both ionic and molecular compounds, and lastly I will explain how we predict the shapes of molecular compounds and polyatomic ions. The classification of different types of bonds includes ionic and covalent bonds. Although there are more

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    There are billions of people on this earth and each is unique in its own way. The same is true for molecules and substances. There are billions of different molecules and substances on earth and each one has unique properties to make it what it is. When looking at some of the smallest characteristics of things, molecular shape and intermolecular forces come into play. Molecular shape and intermolecular forces help determine what physical properties substances and objects have. Each plays a key

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    The reactivity of a bond or an atom towards a particular reagent in a compound is significantly affected by the availability of electrons. The influence availability of electron density is affected by following factors: inductive effect, mesomeric effect, electromeric effect and hyperconjugation. Inductive Effect In chemical makeup and science, the 'Inductive Effect' is an experimentally observable impact of the transmitting of charge through a chain of atoms in a molecule. It can also define as

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    Sodium chloride has high melting and boiling points and is soluble in water due to the ionic bonding. Ionic bonding is the electrostatic force of attraction between oppositely charged ions in a giant ionic lattice(1). The ions are arranged in to a three-dimensional ionic lattice of positive and negative ions, meaning sodium chloride can conduct electricity when molten or in a solution as the ions are free to move. Ionic compounds are hard because the ions are strongly attracted to each other, however

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    Self Reflection Essay

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    As I learned to progress in life by experiencing it and having it sink into me daily, I realized how my everyday interactions slowly but surely shape my views on life in itself and also on my own self. Within last few weeks of learning about the Dr. Clinton and Dr. Sibcy’s Why you do the things you do? I learned a little bit more than what I learned about myself and how I interact with the people around me and even my relationship with God. I am not saying that this book was straight to the point

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    to making a change and reverts back to pervious behaviour, and she may be ashamed/ embarrassed I will not judge her and provide her with unconditional positive regard (Horwath & Morrison 2001). However, criticism of this theory has indicated that human behaviour is to versatile and multi-dimentions for it to be pigeonholed within stages. Bandura (1997; cited in Lenio, 2006) identifies three defining properties which are: ‘qualitative transformations across stages, invariant sequence of change, and

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    Relationships in Lawrence's Sons and Lovers There can be no argument that D. H. Lawrence's Son's and Lover's is a study of  human relationships. Gertrude Morel, because of her turbulent and odd relationship with her husband, ends up developing deep emotional relations with her two eldest son's. The second eldest in particular, Paul, is the receiver of most of this deep emotion. Because of these feelings and the deeper-than-usual emotional bond between the two, Paul has difficulty

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    “I See Dead People…Again.” From the second you are born, various factors begin to influence your life. As we are learning in class, factors such as APGAR scores, low birth weight, breastfeeding, postpartum depression, attachment and temperament, daycare, and parenting abuse all play a role in the development of a child. The first few years of life, specifically the first year, have a lasting impact on a child’s life. Cleo, Elizabeth, Sebastian, Benjamin, and Tyrone serve as great examples of how

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