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AP Chem Laws

QuestionAnswer
Ideal Gas Law The gas density of a substance can be used to determine its molar mass.
Rate Law Must be determined experimentally for each chemical reaction to know the order of the reaction.
Law of Conservation of Matter Expressed in chemical equations for balancing
Amphoteric Al(3+), H2SO4,
Lattice Energy Energy change that occurs in the conversion of an ionic solid to gaseous ions
Activation Energy Energy required to form the transition state in a chemical reaction
heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Exact position of an electron is not known.
Hund's Rule Nitrogen atoms, in their ground state, are paramagnetic.
Pauli Exclusion Principle An atomic orbital can hold no more than two electrons.
Intensive Physical Property Molar mass of ... is ...
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