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CHM1046 U02 1208 - Shared screen with speaker view
Ricardo Enciso
25:31
did he say If he posted the grades of the first worksheet?
Martin Solis
26:03
No he said he was going to
Ricardo Enciso
26:09
ok thanks
Victor Hugo Spitz (PID: 6236968)
44:42
anyone knows why sugar didn't break with water
Victor Hugo Spitz (PID: 6236968)
44:57
thus i=1
Victor Hugo Spitz (PID: 6236968)
45:05
?
Alexis Rizzolo
45:16
Its dissolved in water
Juan Rosario Barboza
45:18
Bc doesn’t break apart, but rather goes from solid to liquid state
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
45:27
I think it's because it is made of covalent compounds
Juan Rosario Barboza
45:29
Not sure why though
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
45:39
where as the others have ionic compounds
Victor Hugo Spitz (PID: 6236968)
46:10
so covalent compounds vant hoff factors always =1?
Alexis Rizzolo
46:56
Its usually 1 but not always
Saisavat Phommavongsa
47:48
It would have to be polar covalent compounds
Saisavat Phommavongsa
47:54
and not always
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
48:19
https://sites.google.com/site/msbelcoureschemistryclass/polyatomic-ionsremember these
Kianna Goodstadt
56:13
.60 mol particle over what? i missed it
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
56:23
concentration
Kianna Goodstadt
56:34
Thank u
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
57:03
comes from the given 0.2 mol of Ca(NO3)2 and its van hoff factor of 3
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
01:01:05
Man time flies with this class for some reason
Samantha Ramer
01:11:15
I have to go to get to my lab. Thank you!!
Ryan Ramos
01:12:38
Thank you, Professor! Have a good day.
Miguel Iniesta Leyva
01:13:08
Thank you prof
Juan Rosario Barboza
01:13:17
Thank you!
Amy Huy
01:13:22
thank you professor
Malak Elaouinate
01:13:26
Thank you
David Ospina
01:13:26
happy labor day
Maangelica Subido
01:13:32
thank you!!
Daniel Dawes
01:13:33
same to you professor
Melissa Rodas
01:13:40
Happy Labor Day!