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# Chemistry 1610

### Chem chapters 1-10

Conversion for Celsius to Fahrenheit degrees in F-32*5/9
Who discovered the charge of an electron? Robert Millikan
The following data were collected when analyzing a compound used in dentistry to cement repaired teeth: 50.82% Zn; 16.04% P; 33.14% O What is the empirical formula of the compound? Converting each percentage to a mass, then dividing by the molar mass of each component gives 0.7796 mol Zn, 0.5179 mol P and 2.071 mol O or converted to small whole numbers: 3 mol:2 mol:8 mol, respectively.
Percent Yield actual over theoretical *100
Molarity M=mol/vol
solution dilution M_1V_1=M_2V_2
Gas Laws PV=nRT
Pressure, force, and area P=F/A
Charles Law V_1/T_1=V_2/T_2
Dalton's Law P_total=P_a+P_b+P_c.... with P_x=n_xRT/v
mole fraction chi_a=mole_a/mole_total
Pressure for a mole P_a=chi_a*P_total
Average Kinetic Energy 3/2RT
Kinetic Energy 1/2mass*volume^2
Internal energy Delta E=q(heat)+w(work)
Heat q=C(heat capacity)*delta T(change in temperature)
heat with mass q=mass*specific heat*delta T
work -pressure*change in volume (delta V)
Bomb Calorimeter C_cal * change temperature
Enthalpy delta H= internal energy + pressure*change in volume
heat of the reaction sum of the products - sum of the reactions
frequency frequence = speed of light/ wavelength
energy energy= planks * frequency energy= h*speed of light/ wavelength
De Broglie Relation plancks/mass*velocity
Energy of an Electron in an Orbital with Quantum Number n in a Hydrogen Atom E_n=-2.18*10^-18J(1/n^2) ...( n=1,2,3...)
electron flow chart 1s2s2p3s3p4s3d4p5s4d5p6s
Dipole Moment Separation of Two Particles of Equal but Opposite Charges of Magnitude q by a Distance r
Bond Order [(the number of electrons in Bonding orbital)-(the number of electrons in antibonding orbital)]/2
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