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Chapter 13: INTERMOLECULAR FORCES


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13.1: Intermolcular Forces
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13.2: Intermolcular Forces
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13.3: Vapor Pressure and Phase Diagrams
Print 13-4
13.4: Solids


Chapter 14: SOLUTIONS
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Print 14-1 14.1: Review of Molarity Calculations
Print 14-2 14.2: Molality Calculations
Print 14-3 14.3: Mole Fractions & Mass Percents
Print 14-4 14.4: Parts per Million & Parts per Billion
Print 14-5 14.5: More Molarity Claculations
Print 14-6 14.6: Raoult's Law
Print 14-7 14.7: Boiling Point Elevation
Print 14-8 14.8: Freezing Point Depression
Print 14-9 14.9: Henry's Law
Print 14-10 14.10: Osmotic Pressure

Chapter 15: KINETICS


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Print log Log Review
Print 15-1 15.1: Reaction Rates
Print 14-2 15.2: Rate Equation
Print 15-4 15.4: Chemical Kinetics & Half Lives
Print 15-5 15.5: Arrhenius Eq.
Print 15-6 15.6: Reaction Mechanisms
Print 15.7 15.7: Zero Order Integrated Rate Problems
Print 15.8 15.8: First Order Interated Rate Problems
Print 15.9 15.9: Second Order Integrated Rate Problems
Print 15.10 15.10: General Integrated Rate Problems
Print 15.11 15.11: Two State Arrhenius Eq.

Chapter 16: EQUILIBRIA


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Print 16-1 16.1: Equilibium Constants
Print 16-2 16.2: Equilibium Calculations
Print 16-3 16.3: LeChatlier's Principle
Print 16-4 16.4: Equilibrium Calculations
Print 16-5 16.5: Solving equilibrium Problems by completing the power
Print 16-6 16.6: Relating Kp to Kc
Virtual Experiment 8 Virtual Laboratory Experiment 8 This is a simulation of a lecture demonstration on LeChatlier's principle. It shows the effect of chloride, silver and temperature on the equilibrium of the blue [CoCl4]-2 and pink [Co(H2O)6]+2 ionic complexes

Chapter 17: ACID - BASE CHEMISTRY


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Print 17-1 17.1: Conjugated Acid/Base
Print 17-2 17.2: pH and Strong Acid/Base
Print 17-3 17.3: Weak Acid
Print 17-4 17.4: Weak Base
Print 17-5 17.5: Polyprotic Acids
Print 17-6 17.6: Percent Ionization
Print 17-7 17.7: pH of various salt solutions
Print 17-8 17.8: Acid Anhydrides
Print 17-9 17.9: Acid Structure
Print 17-10 17.10: Basic Anhydrides
Print 17-11 17.11: Lewis Acids & Bases
Print 17-12 17.12: Lewis Acids & Bases
Print 17-14 17.14: Polyprotic Acid Ph Calculations

Chapter 18: BUFFERS & ACID BASE TITRATIONS


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Print 18-1 18.1: Buffer Solutions
Print 18-2 18.2: Acid Base Titrations
Print 18-3 18.3: Weak Acid Titration
Print 18-4 18.4: Weak Base Titration
Print 18-5 18.5: pH Calculations

Chapter 19: SOLUBILITIES


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Print 19-1 19.1: Solubility Calculations
Print 19-2 19.2: Solubility Calculations

Chapter 20: THERMODYNAMICS


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Print 20-1 20.1: Entropy
Print 20-2 20.2: Gibbs Free Energy
Print 20-3 20.3: Equilibrium Constants & Free Energy
Print 20-4 20.4: Phase Calculations & Free Energy
Print 20-5 20.5: Standard State Enthalpy, Entropy & Free Energy
Print 20-6 20.6: Calculating K from Thermodynamic Data
Print 20-7 20.7: Product or Reactant "Loaded" Systems

Chapter 21: ELECTROCHEMISTRY


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Print 21-1 21.1: Balancing Acidic Redox Eqs.
Print 21-2 21.2: Balancing Basic Redox Eqs.
Print 21-3 21.3: Voltaic Cells
Print 21-4 21.4: Cell EMF
Print 21-5 21.5: Spontaniety of Redox Reactions
Print 21-6 21.6: Nernst Eq.
Print 21-7 21.7: Electrolysis
Print 21-8 21.8: Galvanic Cell Potentials
Print 21-10 21.10: Electrochemical Cell Notation
Print 21-11 21.11: Cell Potentials