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Chemistry Sonica

Chemistry Dano

QuestionAnswer
Boyle's Law P and V (inverse)
Charles' Law V and T (direct)
Viscosity measurement of the flow properties of a matterial expressed as it's resistance to flow
Density ratio of mass of an object to its volume (D is equal to M divided by V)
Ruther Ford Nucelus: atoms mostly empty space w/ majority of mass in the center
Nucelus Positve charge
Thomson Electrons (cathode ray)
Chadwick Neutrons
Goldstein Protons
Dalton's laws no longer true 1. Atoms were indivisible 2. Atoms are identical
Left to right on the periodic table Increasing in amount of energy needed to remove valence electrons
Bottom to top Increasing in amount of energy needed to remove valence electrons
Longer the wave length closer to red
Little frequency closer to red
Little energy closer to red
Stars Life Colors Blue to Red
Metals are... malleable because they have positive ions (low ionization)
Saturated no more solute dissolves
Unsaturdated more dissolves
Supersaturated added crystals grows
Solubility ability to dissolve
Contributors in solubility... temperature, surface area, and stirring
exothermic release of energy (heat) ex: freezing, condensation
endothermic absorb energy (heat) ex: melting, evaporation
Dmirtri Mendelleve columns in order by increasing atomic mass (they have common properties
intensive doesn't change (color, melting pt., boiling pt.)
extensive changes with amount (volume, mass, etc.)
isotopes atoms with same atomic number but different masses (neutrons)
fusion combining
fission splitting
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