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Chemistry for environmental engineering


Fundamentals of Chemistry INTRODUCTION: THE FUNDAMENTAL PROPOSITION OF CHEMISTRY AND MATTERBASIC CONCEPTS: THE PERIODIC TABLE, SYMBOLS AND NOTATION, AND COMMON QUANTITIES AND THEIR UNITSSYMBOLS AND NOTATIONCOMMON QUANTITIES AND UNITS OF MEASUREMENTWRITING CHEMICAL FORMULAS AND NAMESINORGANIC NOMENCLATURE AND FORMULA WRITINGCALCULATING OXIDATION STATES FROM FORMULASCALCULATING MOLAR MASSES AND AVOGADRO’S PRINCIPLEDETERMINING THE PERCENT COMPOSITION OF A COMPOUNDDETERMINING EMPIRICAL AND MOLECULAR FORMULAS FROM PERCENT COMPOSITIONSOLUBILITY AND CONCENTRATION UNITS FOR AQUEOUS SOLUTIONSGAS LAWSTHE KINETIC MOLECULAR THEORY OF GASESWHAT IS AN IDEAL GAS?THE GENERAL GAS LAWTHE IDEAL GAS LAWDALTON’S LAW OF PARTIAL PRESSURESGRAHAM’S LAW OF EFFUSIONINTERMOLECULAR FORCESTwo Special CasesCHEMICAL REACTIONSFIVE CATEGORIES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONSOXIDATION-REDUCTION OR RED-OX REACTIONSWRITING AND BALANCING CHEMICAL REACTIONSSIMPLE STOICHIOMETRYAN ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLE OF A DECOMPOSITION REACTION—AN EXPLOSIONLIMITING REAGENTSPERCENT YIELDCONSECUTIVE AND SIMULTANEOUS REACTIONSENERGY CHANGE FOR EXOTHERMIC VS. ENDOTHERMIC REACTIONSCOLLIGATIVE PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONSBASIC CONCEPTBOILING-POINT ELEVATIONFREEZING-POINT DEPRESSIONHENRY’S LAWRAOULT’S LAW FOR VAPOR-PRESSURE LOWERINGOSMOTIC PRESSUREACIDS, BASES, AND SALTSBASIC CONCEPTCONCENTRATION UNITS AND THE PH SCALECALCULATIONS FOR STRONG ACIDS AND BASESBIBLIOGRAPHYFundamentals of Chemistry IICHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUMBASIC CONCEPTTHE MEANING OF KcCALCULATIONS FOR KcPREDICTING EQUILIBRIUM USING A TEST QUOTIENTSTRESSES AND LE CHATELIER’S PRINCIPLEDEPENDENCE OF Kc ON TEMPERATURECALCULATIONS FOR WEAK ACIDS AND BASESHYDROLYSISBUFFER SOLUTIONS AND THE HENDERSON- HASSELBALCH EQUATIONAMPHOTERISMSOLUBILITY PRODUCT CONSTANTSBASIC CONCEPTDEFINITION OF SOLUBILITY PRODUCT CONSTANT, KspCALCULATING THE MOLAR SOLUBILITY FROM KspCOMMON AND UNCOMMON ION, AND PH EFFECTSPREDICTING PRECIPITA TIONCOMPLEX ION FORMATIONBASIC CONCEPTCHELATING AND SEQUESTERING AGENTSCHEMICAL KINETICSBASIC CONCEPTREACTION RATE LAWS, ORDERS, AND CONSTANTSFIRST AND SECOND-ORDER REACTIONSHALF-LIFE OF A REACTIONDEPENDENCE ON TEMPERATURE: THE ARRHENIUS EQUATIONCATALYSISCHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS AND THERMOCHEMISTRYBASIC CONCEPTENTHALPY AND HESS’S LAWTHE FIRST LAW AND THE CONSERVATION OF ENERGYTHE SECOND LAW AND ENTROPYTHE THIRD LAW AND ABSOLUTE ZEROGIBBS FREE ENERGY AND THE SPONTANEITY OF A REACTIONELECTROCHEMISTRY AND RED-OX REACTIONSBASIC CONCEPTTHE NERNST EQUATIONA SIMPLE ELECTROCHEMICAL CELLBIBLIOGRAPHYOrganic Chemistry and Essentials of Polymer ChemistryALKANES—SIMPLE CARBON CHAINSDRAWING ORGANIC MOLECULESFUNCTIONAL GROUPSALKENESALKYNESOTHER GROUPSBRANCHESAROMATIC COMPOUNDSISOMERS AND CONGENERSESSENTIALS OF POLYMER CHEMISTRYADDITION POLYMERSCONDENSA TION POL YMERSCOMMON POLYMERSPOLYMER CONCERNSBIBLIOGRAPHY
 
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