Subjects under University of Queensland
Document Details

CHEM1100 Complete Final Notes

User Description:
This document covers everything needed for CHEM1100 Final - from Semester 1 of 2016

Thinkswap Satisfaction Guarantee

Each document purchased on Thinkswap is covered by our Satisfaction Guarantee policy. If you are not satisfied with the quality of any document, or you believe the document was incorrectly described or categorised, Thinkswap will provide a full refund of exchange credits so you can check out another document. For more information please click here.

This student studied:
Claim a Thinkswap Bounty

Do you know if the Subject listed above has changed recently? Click report to earn free Exchange Credits!

Document Information:
14 Pages Complete Study Notes < 1 Year old
Share

5 Ex Credits


Document Screenshots:
CHEM1100 Complete Final Notes
Topics this document covers:
Chemistry Nature Physical chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Solutions Solubility Solvation Equilibrium constant Acid dissociation constant Chemical equilibrium Henry's law Supersaturation
This is a Complete Set of Study Notes

Complete Study Notes typically cover at least half a semester’s content or several topics in greater depth. They are typically greater than 20 pages in length and go into more detail when covering topics.

What are Exchange Credits:

Exchange Credits represent the worth of each document on Thinkswap. In exchange for uploading documents you will receive credits. These can then be used to checkout other documents on Thinkswap.

Topics this document covers:
Chemistry Nature Physical chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Solutions Solubility Solvation Equilibrium constant Acid dissociation constant Chemical equilibrium Henry's law Supersaturation
Sample Text:
01325*105 Pa = 101.3kPa • 1 torr = 1/760 atm • 1 bar = 1*105 Pa Volume and Pressure (Boyle’s Law) Volume is inversely proportional to pressure Volume decreases → molecular density increases, pressure increases Volume and Temperature (Charles’ Law) Volume is directly proportional to temperature Temperature increases → number of collisions increases, force per collision increases, pressure increases Volume and Concentration (Avogadro) Volume is proportional to the amount of gas Amount increases → number of collisions increases, pressure increases → volume increases to make pressure go back to original value ________________ Ideal Gas Equation R = Gas constant = 8.314 J mol-1 K-1 Assumptions • The molecules are very small compared to the distance between them (negligible volume) • There are no intermolecular interactions • The molecules mo...
Similar Documents to CHEM1100 Complete Final Notes

Notes for CHEM1022, Chemistry for Pharmacy and Dentistry

This student studied:
University of Queensland - CHEM1222 - Chemistry for Pharmacy and Dentistry

These notes cover content from Modules 1-3. Some spaces have been left to allow you to write the formula in your preferred form (I put them all in). Topics covered include thermochemistry, kinetic energy, equilibrium, phase changes, vapour pressure, Gibbs energy, solutions, ion solubility equilibria, osmosis, redox reactions, galvanic cells, cell potential, electrochemistry, acids and bases, buffer solutions, titrations and amino acids and proteins.

5 Ex Credits

View Details

Study Notes for 2015MSC Pharmaceutical Science I

This student studied:
Griffith University - 2015PHM - Pharmaceutical Science I

These notes are based off of the learning objectives assigned to this course. These notes cover the following topics of the course: Factors Influencing Drugs in Solution 1 - The Solubility of Drugs Factors Influencing Drugs in Solution 2 - The Solubility of Drugs 2 Factors Influencing Drugs in Solution 3 - Ionisation of Drugs Factors Influencing Drugs in Solution 4 - The Physicochemical properties of drugs in solution Factors Influencing Drugs in Solution 5 - The Physicochemical properties of drugs in solution 2 Solid State Properties 1 Solid State Properties 2 Gases and Volatile Agents

5 Ex Credits

View Details

SLE133 Important Formulas & Exam Notes

This student studied:
Deakin University - SLE133 - Chemistry in Our World

- Includes all the essential formulas and key notes that are needed for the exam. - Short and concise notes that can be understood easily. - Very helpful for last minute revision and helped me to attain a HD for this subject.

1 Ex Credit

View Details

PHRM2022 Notes

This student studied:
University of Queensland - PHRM2022 - Dosage Form Design A2

Study notes for the course content of Dosage Form Design A2, set out in lecture order.

5 Ex Credits

View Details