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Conceptual Exercises: Thermochemistry – Basic Concepts

Hi The objectives of this conceptual exercise are RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEAT AND ENTHALPY Relate heat at constant pressure (Qp) and enthalpy Relate heat at constant pressure (Qp) and heat at constant volume (Qv) Relate (qualitatively) physical processes and heat RELATE … Continue reading

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Conceptual Exercise: Chemical Equilibrium Concepts

Hi The objectives of this conceptual exercise are ESTABLISH RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN KP, KC AND STOICHIOMETRIC COEFFICIENTS Kp = Kc allows us to establish relationship between coefficients of reactants and products The dimension (nits) of Kp or Kc allows us to … Continue reading

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Energy 01 Exam 2016-2017

Here you have a proposal for an exam about mechanical energy and power Energy 01 Exam 2016-2017 [Physics & Chemistry Exams PAST EXAMS] Rafa

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EXAM 03: Solubility, Atom, PT, Bonds, Organic Chemistry

Here you have a proposal for an exam EXAM 03: Solubility, Atom, PT, Bonds, Organic Chemistry [EXAMS – INDEX] Rafa

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Quantum Numbers – CMap

Here’s a resource about quantum numbers Quantum Numbers – CMap [Atomic Model – PT DIARY] [Atomic Models and Periodic Table – INDEX] Rafa

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Work and Energy – Summary

By using histograms to represent mechanical energy, I have built a summary that relates energy, work and mechanical power. Work and Energy – Summary [Energy 1 DIARY] Rafa

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Mechanical Power: Summary

This graphic summary shows two fundamental equations to determine mechanical power: P=W/t and P=F*v Power: Concept and Exercises [Energy 1 DIARY] Rafa

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