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Mass Spectrometer and How to Find Atomic Mass

Mass Spectrometer and How to Find Atomic Mass

Mass Spectrometer and How to Find Atomic Mass. It has several stages of operation that you must get familiar with (i.e. learn!): injection of the sample vaporization of the sample (if it's not already gaseous) ionization of the sample acceleration of the ions deflection of the ions

By ferris
(259 views)

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning. Objectives. Basic operation of refrigeration and AC systems Principle components of refrigeration and AC systems Thermodynamic principles of refrigeration cycle Safety considerations. Uses of Systems. Cooling of food stores and cargo

By daniel_millan
(3018 views)

Heat

Heat

Heat. AP Physics B Chapter 14 Notes. Heat as Energy Transfer. Heat is the transfer of energy—units calories 1 cal is the amount of heat needed to raise 1 g of water 1 ˚C James Joule demonstrated the mechanical equivalent of heat 4186 J = 1 kcal. Heat as Energy Transfer.

By eze
(409 views)

Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. States of matter. Kinetic Molecular Theory. Particles of matter are in constant motion. The state of a substance at room temperature depends on the strength of the intermolecular forces between the particles. 5 assumptions of Kinetic Theory. 1. gases are tiny particles

By kent
(133 views)

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SEAWATER

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SEAWATER

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SEAWATER. How Unique is Water?. Water is one of only 3 naturally occurring liquids (mercury and ammonia) Only substance occurring naturally that exists in all 3 states – solid , liquid, and gas – on Earth’s surface Extremely large liquid range (0 o C - 100 o C)

By miya
(121 views)

0	 1 	 2	 3	 4 5

0 1 2 3 4 5

Notes: Thermal Energy and Phase Changes. 150 100 50 0. Temperature (°C). 0 1 2 3 4 5 Thermal Energy (Heat). Adding Thermal Energy to H 2 0. 150 100 50 0. Temperature (°C). Ice.

By feoras
(60 views)

Test Review

Test Review

Test Review. 3.1 Classification / Separation of Matter 3.2 States and Properties of Matter. ANSWER KEY. 1. A mixture of sand and salt are most easily separated due to differences in their ___. . A) densities B) boiling points C) solubility D) magnetic properties E) mass.

By chyna
(872 views)

Warm-up:

Warm-up:

Warm-up:. When you think of Heat , Thermal Energy , and Temperature , what comes to mind?. 3 min: write on your own warm-up sheet…one of your last few entries for 1 st semester . Print off topic outline by tomorrow. Test on this unit will be Friday, Feb. 8, 2013

By ganesa
(137 views)

Intermolecular Forces: Phases of Matter & Colligative Properties

Intermolecular Forces: Phases of Matter & Colligative Properties

Intermolecular Forces: Phases of Matter & Colligative Properties. Dr. Ron Rusay. Changes of State Phase transitions Phase Diagrams Liquid State Pure substances and colligative properties of solutions Solid State Classification of Solids by Type of Attraction between Units

By knoton
(270 views)

Thermal Energy and Heat

Thermal Energy and Heat

Thermal Energy and Heat. Temperature. Particle level kinetic energy A measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molecules of a substance Temperature increases if the motion of the particles increases. Thermal Energy (Q). Particle level Mechanical (total) Energy

By tejana
(148 views)

100

100

State Changes. States of Matter. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. It’s the Law. Potpourri. In this state, particles move freely of one another and have no definite shape. .

By alodie
(115 views)

Ch. 13 States of Matter

Ch. 13 States of Matter

Need I to Know Fuzzy Learn. Describe the assumptions of the kinetic theory as it applies to solid, liquids, and gases. Define the relationship between Kelvin temperature and average kinetic energy .

By avian
(84 views)

Important concepts

Important concepts

Important concepts. 1- Vapour pressure 2- Difference between Vaporization and Evaporation. What is meant by vapor pressure ?. Vapour pressure. Also Called equilibrium vapour pressure.

By pillan
(138 views)

Chemistry 30S

Chemistry 30S

Chemistry 30S. Unit 1 – Physical Properties of Matter. Learning Outcomes. C11-1-04: Explain the process of melting, solidification, sublimation, and deposition in terms of the Kinetic Molecular Theory.

By yaholo
(104 views)

PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER

PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER

PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER. SOURCES OF HEAT. PRINCIPLE ONE. pg. 41 C. Heat ALWAYS flows from hot to cold when objects are in contact or connected by a good heat conductor. The rate of heat transfer will increase as the difference in temp between the two objects increases. pg.. 6 fig 2.

By truman
(267 views)

Ch. 11

Ch. 11

Ch. 11 . Thermochemistry. Unit 9 Vocabulary. Thermochemistry - concerned with heat changes that occur during chemical reactions Energy - capacity of an object to do work or produce heat Kinetic energy - the energy an object has due to its motion Potential energy - stored energy

By tana
(90 views)

Classification of Matter

Classification of Matter

Classification of Matter. Matter. Can it be separated?. YES. NO. Mixtures. Substances. Is the composition uniform?. NO. Can it be decomposed by ordinary chemical means?. YES. YES. NO. Homogenous mixture. Heterogeneous mixture. Elements. Compounds. (gold, silver, carbon).

By enya
(111 views)

The Condensed Phase

The Condensed Phase

The Condensed Phase. The kinetic theory of gases presents a microscopic model for the behavior of gases. As pressure increases or temperature decreases, gas molecules begin to feel the presence of other gas molecules and interactions between them cannot be ignored.

By janet
(86 views)

What are six common phase changes?

What are six common phase changes?

A large iceberg contains enough fresh water to supply millions of people with water for a year. As it moves into warmer areas, the ice changes to liquid water and eventually disappears. What happens when a substance changes from one phase to another?. Charactaristics of Phase Changes.

By devlin
(144 views)

Heat

Heat

Heat. Heat and Temperature. Kinetic Molecular Theory – Is the theory that matter is made up of atoms (smallest piece of matter) and that these atoms are in continuous random motion Atoms may join together to form molecules Solids usually maintain both their shape and their volume

By grady
(129 views)

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