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Chemistry (with CengageNOW Printed Access Card) by Kenneth W. Whitten, Raymond E. Davis, Larry Peck, George G.

By Kenneth W. Whitten, Raymond E. Davis, Larry Peck, George G. Stanley

The Qualitative research chapters are actually on hand in a convenient paperback complement, ideal for bundling with the center textual content, CHEMISTRY, 8th version, or to be used as a standalone merchandise.

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EXAMPLE 1-2 Models Identify the state of matter represented by each of the following models. 4 States of Matter for an exercise. CHAPTER 1: The Foundations of Chemistry 10 Plan In a solid, the molecules are held close together in a regular arrangement. In a liquid, the molecules are close together but are randomly arranged because they flow past one another. In a gas, molecules are far apart. Solution (a) The atoms are close together and regularly arranged, so this model represents the surface of a solid .

An example of a physical change that is endothermic is the melting of ice. The Law of Conservation of Matter When we burn a sample of metallic magnesium in oxygen, the magnesium combines with the oxygen (Figure 1-1) to form magnesium oxide, a white powder. This chemical reaction is accompanied by the release of large amounts of heat energy and light energy. When we weigh the product of the reaction, magnesium oxide, we find that it is heavier than the original piece of magnesium. The increase in the mass of the solid is due to the combination of oxygen with magnesium to form magnesium oxide.

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