Physical Chemistry (equations)

Momentum operator How to solve for an operator integral(wavelength*p*wavelength) Hamiltonian constant -h^2/(8*pi^2*m)*partials^2+V(r) E(sigma) H(sigma) angular frequency ω = sqrt(k/u) ω = (1/m1+1/m2) Harmonic Oscillator energy E = (v+1/2)hv E = (v+1/2) h(bar) ω hbar h/2pi Read more…

Physical vs Chemical Properties

blue color physical property density physical property flammability chemical property solubility physical property reacts with acid to form H2 chemical property supports combustion chemical property sour taste physical property melting point physical property reacts with Read more…

Physical Chemistry Equation

Momentum p = mv Energy dE = h*nu Frequency, Wavelength, and Speed of light c = lamda*nu Kinetic Engergy 1/2*m*v^2 De Broglie Relationship lamda = h / p Compton Effect p = h / lamda Read more…

GAMSAT Physical Chemistry: Acid and Bases

Arrhenius Definitions A: releases H+ B: releases OH- Bronsted – Lowry Definitions A: Proton donator B: Proton acceptor Lewis Definitions A: e- pair acceptor B: e- pair donator amphoteric; a molecule that can be both Read more…

Physical Chemistry (123 final)

Thermodynamics is the study of the bulk properties of matter and the conversion of heat into mechanical and/or chemical energy. Thermodynamic System The particular thing or part of the physical universe that we choose to Read more…

SECTION 4 – PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

List four indicators Universal indicator Methyl orange Phenolphthalein Litmus paper What is the ph scale Scale of acidity going from 0 (acid) to 14 (alkali) Define an acid A source of H+ ions Define an Read more…

Physical, Chemical, and Energy Changes

physical change any change in a substance’s form that does not change its chemical makeup. The chemical formula orf the substance stays the same before and after the change Melting a change in state from Read more…

Chem 2; Ch 3 Physical or Chemical Properties

physical Chemical formula H2O chemical Forms green carbonate when exposed to moist air chemical Remains unchanged when in the presence of nitrogen physical Colorless physical Solid at normal temperatures and pressures chemical Ability to combine Read more…

physical chemistry AQA A-level

reduction the gain of electrons oxidation the loss of electrons first ionisation energy the energy required to remove one mole of electrons from one mole of gaseous atoms, to form an ion with a single Read more…

Physical Chemistry Chapter 2

What are the 5 assumptions for the kinetic theory of gases? 1) A gas has a lot of molecules; separated by distances large compared to their size 2) Have mass, but are negligibly small 3) Read more…

Hessefort- OIS- Physical Chemistry

What is matter changing from a liquid to a gas called? Vaporization (evaporation is slow, boiling is fast…doesn’t have to doesn’t have to be “hot”, liquid nitrogen will boil at room temperature) What is matter Read more…

Physical Chemistry

Relative Atomic Mass (Ar) The weighted average of the masses of it’s isotopes relative to 1/12 of the mass of a C-12 atom Relative Molecular Mass (Mr) The weighted average of the masses of the Read more…

Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes (Chemistry)

blue color Physical density physical flammability (burns) chemical solubility (dissolves) physical reacts with acid chemical supports combustion chemical sour taste physical melting point physical reacts with water chemical hardness physical boiling point physical luster physical Read more…