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Chemistry 1001 Exam Review

The law that states that pressure is indirectly proportional to the volume in the gases section
a chemical reaction that releases energy by light or heat
A color or shade
Well behaved gases, follow the ideal gas law
Nuclear reactions always follow what order of reaction
Machine used to count radioactive decay in counts per minute
The study of of heat change in chemical energy
What kind of atoms can absorb light
Type of polymer that one of its product is water
What does EMR stand for when talking about nuclear chemistry
Most abundant gas on Earth
Molecular shape of VSPER designation AB3
When ΔG is negative
Very weakly attracted by the poles of a magnet, but not retaining any permanent magnetism.
a material system in which mass or energy can be lost to or gained from the environment.
No overall magnetic moment
Radient energy
A polymer that is made up of two repeating units that were formed by reacting two different monomers
A discrete quantity of energy proportional in magnitude to the frequency of the radiation it represents
An instrument that produces a chromatogram.
Adding a catalyst decreases this
Acronym for relative to front
A polymer that is made up of only one repeating unit
What is the best type of material to use for a shield when shielding unknown strength of radiation
A lab technique that separates multi-component samples into idividual components
How many electrons are need to fill an octect
A material system in which mass or energy can be lost to or gained from the environment
One main property of nuclear decay is that is is...
A system of reactants that absorbs heat from the surroundings
The process or action by which one thing absorbs or is absorbed by another
The process of extracting one material from another by washing with a solvent
The state of matter that assumes the shape of their container
What type of nuclear decay needs the thickest shield