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Full Course Notes - Chemistry Units 3 & 4

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76 pages of up to date detailed chemistry notes based on VCE units 3&4. Complete with images, diagrams and headings for easy navigation

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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Chromatography Analytical chemistry Acids Physical chemistry Titration Chemical equilibrium Acid–base reaction Gravimetric analysis Acid strength Acid
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Chemistry Equilibrium chemistry Chromatography Analytical chemistry Acids Physical chemistry Titration Chemical equilibrium Acid–base reaction Gravimetric analysis Acid strength Acid
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• Eg. Yeast extract, vegetable extract. Quantitative Analysis • How much of each chemical is present. • Amounts are stated. • Eg. Protein 12.8g/100g, fat 20.8g/100g. Significant Figures • Significant figures always show how many digits are meaningful in an answer. • By keeping track of the number of significant figures in all answers and measurements, we can determine the extent to which out answer correctly represents the accuracy of our measurements. • To reflect this accuracy, answers will always be given to the same number of significant figures as the least accurate data used. Rules 1. Every non-zero digit is significant. 2. Every zero in the middle of a reading is significant. 3. Every zero to the right of a reading is significant. The exception to this is a number with no decimal point and a trail of zeroes, such as 500 mL. This ...
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