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Physical Chemistry Fundamentals

Robert Moore, Ph.D.

Used for CHEM4403 at Wayland Baptist University

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2.A unit describing the amount of substance
8.Number of complete waves in a given distance
12.Class of substances that run along the diagonal between boron and polonium on the periodic table
14.A form of matter that completely fills any container it occupies
15.Form of radiation with the longest wavelength
17.A positively charged atom
18.Maxwell and Boltzmann are examples
20.Distance between two adjacent wave peaks
22.s, p, d, or f
23.A column in the periodic table
25.Property of bulk matter that depends on the amount of substance
1.When more bonds are formed than the octet rule allows
3.Structure used to show the bonds and lone pairs of electrons in molecules
4.A link between atoms
5.Average number of molecules in a given energy state
6.Energy a body possesses as a result of motion
7.Theory used in predicting molecular geometry
9.Energy a body possesses as a result of position
10.Atoms with the same number of protons, but different number of neutrons
11.Charge number of an ion
13.Unit of temperature on the absolute scale
16.Region of space around a nucleus where an electron is most likely to be found
19.The seven fundamental SI units from which all others may be derived
21.Proton or neutron
24.A covalent bond in which the electrons are not shared evenly between the two connected atoms

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