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General Chemistry CHEM 1103 Summer, 2003

General Chemistry CHEM 1103 Summer, 2003

General Chemistry CHEM 1103 Summer, 2003. Nicholas H. Snow Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Seton Hall University. Course Structure. MTR meetings 0815-1110 lectures Discussion/problems Quizzes (0815 Thursdays) MTR Meetings 1130-1430 Laboratory Laboratory meets in McNulty 321.

By Philip
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Conservation of Mass and Energy

Conservation of Mass and Energy

Conservation of Mass and Energy. (or what Lavoisier got so worked up about). O. O. O. H. H. H. H. Conservation of Mass. What two elements make up water? Hydrogen and Oxygen! Both are diatomic, so the equation for the formation of water should look like:. reactant side. product side.

By sheena
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Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics. Chapter 4 Basic Equations in Integral Form for a Control Volume. Main Topics. Basic Laws for a System Relation of System Derivatives to the Control Volume Formulation Conservation of Mass Momentum Equation for Inertial Control Volume

By iona
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Solution Techniques

Solution Techniques

Solution Techniques. What CFD packages do. Aim is to solve, numerically, the equations of motion (continuity and motion) for a fluid for a given flow geometry: Plus transport equations for any additional models such as heat transfer and/or turbulence models. Transport equations.

By shania
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EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 6-8

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 6-8

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 6-8 . Lecture 07: Enthalpy and Internal Energy. Quiz Today?. Today’s main concepts:. Define enthalpy, h Recognize that enthalpy and internal energy are both intensive state properties that can also be determined on the steam tables.

By myrna
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1 st thermodynamics law & its application

1 st thermodynamics law & its application

1 st thermodynamics law & its application . (The First Law of Thermodynamics).  U = Q -W. Content. 1.1 Introduction to thermodynamics 1.2 1 st thermodynamics law 1.3 Quasi-static & reversible process 1.4 Enthalpy 1.5 Heat capacity 1.6 Application 1.7 Real gases

By robert
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Classification and Properties of Matter

Classification and Properties of Matter

Classification and Properties of Matter. Section 1.2 – 1.3. Au. Carbon but there are more Allotropes!. We will do a separation of mixtures lab so you can learn about these techniques!. 1.3 Properties of Matter.

By gaetan
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EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 12-14

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 12-14

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 3: Section 12-14. Lecture 10: Ideal Gas Law . Quiz Today?. Today’s main concepts:. Be able to explain the Ideal Gas Law Be able to explain when it is appropriate to use the Ideal Gas Law Be able to use the Ideal Gas Law to determine State Properties

By marlie
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Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry . Mrs. Ramos. Matter and Energy. Mass is the amount of matter Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Volume is the amount of space, measured in cubic units, that an object or substance occupies.

By rachel
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LECTURE 5: PHASE EQUILIBRIA

LECTURE 5: PHASE EQUILIBRIA

LECTURE 5: PHASE EQUILIBRIA. PHASE EQUILIBRIA. Phase equilibrium describes the way phases (such as solid, liquid and/or gas) co-exist at some temperatures and pressure, but interchange at others. Energetic introduction to phase equilibria. Why does an ice cube melt in the mouth?.

By alder
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MEL140

MEL140

MEL140. Properties of pure substances. Y. Y. Y. N. Y. N. Pure substance. A pure substance has the same chemical composition throughout. Are the following confined in a fixed volume pure substances: Ice (single component, single phase)

By tanek
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CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:

CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:

CHAPTER 2 MATTER AND CHANGE:. 2.1 PROPERTIES OF MATTER. Describe matter by looking! Extensive Properties – depends on the amount of matter in a sample examples- volume and mass b. Intensive Properties – depends on the type of matter in a sample example – bowling ball.

By mignon
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EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 5: Sections 10-11

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 5: Sections 10-11

EGR 334 Thermodynamics Chapter 5: Sections 10-11. Lecture 22: Carnot Cycle. Quiz Today?. Today’s main concepts:. State what processes make up a Carnot Cycle. Be able to calculate the efficiency of a Carnot Cycle Be able to give the Classius Inequality

By davida
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Chapter 1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement

Chapter 1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement

Chemistry, The Central Science , 10th edition Theodore L. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay, Jr.; and Bruce E. Bursten. Chapter 1 Introduction: Matter and Measurement. John D. Bookstaver St. Charles Community College St. Peters, MO  2006, Prentice Hall. Matter:.

By kaori
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ERT 206/4 THERMODYNAMICS SEM 1 (2012/2013)

ERT 206/4 THERMODYNAMICS SEM 1 (2012/2013)

ERT 206/4 THERMODYNAMICS SEM 1 (2012/2013). Chapter 13: GAS MIXTURES . Dr. Hayder Kh. Q. Ali hayderali@unimap.edu.my. Objectives. Develop rules for determining nonreacting gas mixture properties from knowledge of mixture composition and the properties of the individual components.

By diata
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Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter

Mind Over Matter. Make a T-Table read “Density”: . Fact or idea I Read. Question I have about the Fact or Idea. Density : is the ratio of the material’s mass to the volume it occupies Intensive Properties : the value does not depend on the amount of material tested. (Density)

By ray
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Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry. Properties of Matter. 2.1. Bamboo has properties that make it a good choice for use in chopsticks. It has no noticeable odor or taste. It is hard, yet easy to split, and it is heat resistant. You will learn how properties can be used to classify and identify matter. 2.1.

By miyoko
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Bellringer 11-7-2013

Bellringer 11-7-2013

Bellringer 11-7-2013. What are the 2 most basic categories of matter? If you shine a flashlight through a glass of KoolAid and then a glass of water with a little milk mixed in, which one(s) would you see the light beam going through the glass? a. Kool-Aid b. Milky water c. Both.

By sorcha
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Lecture 6

Lecture 6

Lecture 6. Thermodynamic Diagrams Phase Change Determination of Properties with Equations of State (EOS). Thermodynamic Diagrams. To view the T-v diagram look at the top view of the P-v-T surface. The P-v-T Surface. The P-T Diagram Phase Diagram. The P-v Diagram.

By chung
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Chapter 11-2: How does temperature affect enthalpy and entropy?

Chapter 11-2: How does temperature affect enthalpy and entropy?

Chapter 11-2: How does temperature affect enthalpy and entropy?. Thermodynamics Properties. Thermodynamics deals with energy transformation of several different kinds The three properties that affect the relationship between energy and matter are: Entropy Enthalpy Gibbs Energy.

By marion
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