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Fajans Method

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Written at on English with a size of 953 bytes. method obtaining of colored colloidal precipitate is the method of funtamento d d fajans.las precipitates colloidal particles are called tenen miscelles and property sub d absorb the surface ions d = pa especie.este method uses the valorarciones n k and k involving the silver precipitates originates koloidales.despues of pro ekivalencia tenems exaceso d d Ag, q are absorbed x AgCl precipitate the AgCl mieclas d qedaran positively charged and are capable d attract negative ions ka colorante.siempre large molecule adheres to a peke q deformation occurs Dishes translates a color d is the moelculas d fluorisceina cn empaketan miscelles, increasing q change d color yellow to pink.

Moeller's energy level diagram

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The model for the atom consisted of protons & neutrons making up a new nucleus surrounded by electrons.
After discovering the atoms nucleus rutherford proposed an atomic model(electrons move around the nucleus like the planets move around the sun)This model couldnt explain the chemical properties of elements.
Bohr model(believed that rutherfords model needed improvment)He proposed that an electron is found only in specific circular paths or orbits around the nucleus.Each possible electron orbit has a fixed energy.(energy levels are the fixed energies an electron can have)
QUANTUM ENERGY=amount of energy required to move an electron from 1 energy level to another.
*The amount of energy an electron gains or loses in an atom is not always the
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Protons, neutrons and electrons

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electron:One of the tiny particles that make up an atom. It has no charge and no mass.

neutron:one of the tiny particles that make up an atom. It has no charge and a mass of 

1u.proton:one of the tiny particles taht make up an atom. It has a positive charge and a

mass of 1u.Nucleus:the core of the atom, that contains protons and neutrons. Therefore,

it has positive charge and mass.Compound:a substance formed by different types of

atoms.Atoms:tiny particles that make up matter and cannot be divided or destroyed.

Shell:it is the outside the nucleus and contains electrons . therefore , it has negative

charge and no mass.Element:a substance formed by the same types of atoms.


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In relation to the topic of euthanasia, I believe that the main moral issue lies within 2 separate questions. Does someone have the right to choose when to die? Does this person have the right to seek assistance in committing suicide from a practicing medical professional? Proponents of euthanasia usually take a stance where death is inevitable, so imminent, and the pain that will precede death so unbearable, that the only morally appropriate response is to end the life of the person by active means. Opponents contend that euthanasia is nothing more than suicide and murder. An analogy that I once read, in relation to euthanasia, says that illness or some sort of ailment is like a murderer. The ill person is the victim. The victim is running... Continue reading "Teus" »

General Chemistry

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electron "
Pauli Exclusion Principle:
"Two electrons in the same atom can have the same quantum numbers are identical and therefore an orbital can not have more than two electrons.
The maximum number of electrons per level is 2 (n) 2
The schematic representation of the distribution of electrons in an atom according to Bohr's atomic model. The electrons tend to occupy the lowest energy orbital a. The figure below shows the order of filling orbitals.

EXAMPLE: Calcium spectral notation (Z = 20) is: 1s 22s 22p 63s 23p 64s 2
Known this order can ensure that the third electron to the 2s orbital anger.
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Solids, Liquids, And Gases

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Solids have a definite shape and a definite volume. they are not motionless.
Types of Solids: Crystalline Solids and Amorphous Solids.
Crystalline regular and repeating, definite melting point. Amorphous are not repeating, softer when heated, no definite melting point.
Liquids have no definite shape, but a definite volume.
Viscosity Of Liquids: High viscosity liquids flow slowly, and low viscosity liquids flow quicker. 
Gases: Move at high speed in all directions, can fill all space containers, no definite shape, nor volume.
State of Matter & Temperature: temperature can determine if its solid, liquid or gas.
Thermal Energy:
particles a substance has because molecular motion, flow from warmer substance to cooler substance.
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Chemistry 2

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  1. 21
  2. Colloid
  3. Supersaturated
  4. 2-pentene
  5. Metallic
  6. 3:2
  7. 1.66L
  8. Joule
  9. Ionic
  10. 57.9mol
  11. Loss
  12. +4
  13. 2.9 moles
  14. 2
  15. Fe(OH)3  +  NH4Cl
  16. 12.9g
  17. Gas, Water, or precipitate are produced
  18. 815 ml
  19. 0.15 M
  20. Crystals attach to the object
  21. 3.9 ml
  22. 8681 g
  23. Two different compounds
  24. 14 moles
  25. -2
  26. Na+ and NO3
  27. 60 L
  28. Boyle’s Law
  29. Double displacement
  30. Alkenes
  31. Single Replacement
  32. yeIq3YeR3YFQX85Ve70AGq871q5cznIJcT5uWM3ByeIq3YeR3YFQX85Ve70AGq871q5cznIJcT5uWM3BH+ (aq)  + HCO3-(aq)       H2O(l) + CO2(g)
  33. 2,3,4-trimethylhexane
  34. 3
  35. Not fixed
  36. When the total increase of oxidation numbers equals the total decrease in oxidation numbers
  37. Oxidation
  38. 1 x 10-9
  39. 25.7g
  41. 1.90 mol
  42. 10.6 mol
  43. 0-14
  44. 1.53 L
  45. 4,3,1
  46. 32 x 103 L
  47. Nonpolar covalent
  48. Heat
  49. .0987 mol
  50. +2
  51. Brownian Motion
  52. 2,3,4-trimethylhexane
  53. Combustion
  54. 40 mol
  55. CnH2n
  56. 144 ml
  57. -1
  58. 67.2 g
  59. Acid/Base
  60. Reducing agent
  61. 1,2,4-trimethylcyclopentane
  62. 38.4 atm
  63. Supersaturated
  64. Synthesis
  65. Unsaturated

Chemistry Topic 1

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FIRST ATOMIC MODELS: **** The idea emerged in the d atom 450 BC with Democritus. ** On 1 atomic model was the "d Dalton atomic model" **** DALTON: exposed atomic-molecular theory of matter d q d possible to explain the behavioral differences between simple and compound substances *** The material consisted q x atoms were indivisible particles iondestructibles (so-called simple substances, q constitute a single element) *** The compounds are formed atoms d d x combinations different chemical elements (forming "compound atoms" are molecules today q) ** * Atoms are the same element d = mass properties and different d *** elemtos Atoms have different mass and chemical properties. *** In the chemical reactions mass always remains cte d *** Act

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Laws ponderal

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pure substance: is a phase of uniform composition and unchanging can not be decomposed into other substances of different classes by physical methods.

elements: they are pure substances that can not be decomposed into simpler ones through normal chemical processes.

compounds: they are pure substances made up of two or more elements, which can be decomposed by chemical methods on the elements of which are constituted. A compound always has the same elements and the same proportions regardless of the process followed.

Blended is an aggregation of different substances without causing any chemical reaction between them and therefore may be separated by physical methods.

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Volumetric technique

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the titrant is available in a burette.
Nalito available along the cone l volumetric flask indicator him (Erlenmeyer)
Volumetria straightforward: using the conventional procedure
Volumetria reverse (back-) is added in known excess titrant and titrate the excess back.
Ekivalencia Point: The point at which the amount of agent valorantey valued substance, estekiometricamente match.
Final point: experimental point it is detected ekivalencia point.
Indicator: substance or technique to visualize or detect the endpoint.

1 .- Acid-base titrations (protolithic)
2. precipitation titration
3. Redox titrations
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