Lecture Help Pages with Solutions-CSUDH Chemistry Department
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Direct and Inverse Relationships
Direct and Inverse Relationships-Calculations
Smaller, larger or the same?
Mass, density and volume
Wavelength, frequency and energy
Mass, density and volume
Exercises in Comparison
Further Exercises in Comparison
Which is it?
Mass, moles and volume-relating two elements
Atoms and Elements
Protons,electrons and neutrons
Elements,moles and mass
Using Molar Volume
The Quantum Numbers
Electronic Structures of Atoms and Ions
Atomic Spectrum of Hydrogen
The de Broglie Wave Equation
Combined Gas Law
The Ideal Gas Equation
Raoult's Law-one volatile component
Raoult's Law-two volatile components
Molarity, moles and volume
Molarity, mass and volume
Freezing and Boiling Points-Aqueous Solutions
Heat and Temperature
Heat and Temperature Changes for water
Heat Transfer-water,word problems
Heat Transfer-water and another substance
The Thermochemical Equation
Acids and Bases
Identifying acids and bases
pH, pOH, [H+], [OH-]
Solutions of acids
Solutions of Acids and Bases-complete treatments
Acid-base reactions-calculation of K
The Composition of Buffers
Properties of Buffers
Slightly Soluble Salts
Solubility and the common ion effect
Names to formulas
Mass, moles and gfw
Mass Relations from chemical formulas
General Treatment of relations from chemical formulas
Determining Orders and Rate Constants
Using the Rate Law
First Order Processes
The Arrhenius Equation
Balancing chemical equations
Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions
Mole Relationships in Chemical Reactions
General Relationships in Chemical Reactions
Calculations based on percent yields
Using the Limiting Reagent
Balancing Oxidation Reduction Reactions
Relating E,K and G
The Nernst Equation
Calculating an Equilibrium Concentration
Q vs K
The LeChatelier Effect
Kc and Kp
Advanced Equilibria #1
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