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*There are multiple common gas laws. Remember that P is pressure, V is volume, and T is temperature (in Kelvins) in the following ... (more)
7 minutes ago · · in Gas Laws
In addition to Boyle's, Charles', and Gay-Lussac's Laws, there are also the [Combined Gas ... (more)
7 minutes ago · · in Gas Laws
• Rita wrote a comment
"I'm in freshman chem and would like to know what the octet rule is and how it works. Thank you :) good answer"
12 minutes ago · · in Decomposition Reactions
Well, there are a variety of models. Below are the 5 most commonly taught [atomic ... (more)
24 minutes ago · · in Bohr Model of the atom
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It's all a matter of [significant figures](http://socratic.org/chemistry/measurement-in-chemistry/significant-figures). He is using the ... (more)
31 minutes ago · · in Significant Figures
All [ionic compounds](http://socratic.org/chemistry/ionic-bonds-and-formulas/ionic-compounds) are not soluble! That is a simplification of ... (more)
An hour ago · · in Ionic Compounds
• Michael wrote a comment
"I don't think you can identify the gas solely from the data given e.g it could be N_2O which also has an approx Mr of 44."
An hour ago · · in Gas Stoichiometry
Your gas is carbon dioxide, or CO_2. The mathematical expression for the root-mean-square is v_("rms") = sqrt((3RT)/M_m), where ... (more)
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2 hours ago · · in Gas Laws
In addition to Boyle's, Charles', and Gay-Lussac's Laws, there are also the [Combined Gas ... (more)
2 hours ago · · in Gas Laws
All [ionic compounds](http://socratic.org/chemistry/ionic-bonds-and-formulas/ionic-compounds) are not soluble! That is a simplification of ... (more)
2 hours ago · · in Ionic Compounds
The gas with the lowest molar mass will effuse the fastest! In this case, that would be **NO**. Graham's Law states that the rate of ... (more)
The lattice energy of XY is -2976"kJ/mol" If we consider 2 charges q_1 and q_2 separated by a distance r they are attracted by a ... (more)
3 hours ago · · in Ionic Compounds
3 hours ago · · in Hess' Law
"XY" will have a lattice energy of "-2980 kJ/mol". This is a very simple problem if you're familiar with the **Born-Lande equation** ... (more)
3 hours ago · · in Ionic Compounds
• Meave60 wrote a comment
"I did some editing. I changed the words "Example" and "Answer" to bold print, and identified x in each example. "
3 hours ago · · in Gas Laws
*There are multiple common gas laws. Remember that P is pressure, V is volume, and T is temperature (in Kelvins) in the following ... (more)
3 hours ago · · in Gas Laws
The base metric unit for distance is the **meter.** To put this into scale, one meter is about 3.2 feet. Because the meter is a metric ... (more)
3 hours ago · · in Unit Conversions
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4 hours ago · · in Ionic Compounds
*There are multiple common gas laws. Remember that P is pressure, V is volume, and T is temperature (in Kelvins) in the following ... (more)
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If the acid and its concentration are unknown, there is no way you can identify the acid using only NaOH and phenolphthalein. They will ... (more)
4 hours ago · · in Neutralization
• Ernest Z. wrote a comment
"Fixed the formatting and provided more explanation."
4 hours ago · · in Limiting Reagent
• Ernest Z. updated the answer
The product is "CH"_3"-NH"_2. This is an example of the **Hofmann Degradation** of primary amides to amines with one less carbon ... (more)
4 hours ago · · in Limiting Reagent
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• stefan_zdre wrote a comment
"Avery, I apologise for the long answer...if there's something I've missed, let me know..."
5 hours ago · · in Quantum Numbers
Before writing any [quantum numbers](http://socratic.org/chemistry/the-electron-configuration-of-atoms/quantum-numbers) for phosphorus' ... (more)
5 hours ago · · in Quantum Numbers
Titanium is oxidizing at a +4 state, it needs to bond with two oxygen atoms to neutralize its +4 state and create a stable octet. Water is ... (more)
5 hours ago · · in Decomposition Reactions