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5: Reactions in Aqueous Solutions

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    UC Davis CHE 2A: General Chemistry 
    Instructor: Hayashi

    Chem 2A        Chem 2B        Chem 2C

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    Unit I: Atomic Theory            Unit II: Chemical Reactions           Unit III: Gases          Unit IV: Electronic Structure and Bonding

    This chapter introduces techniques for preparing and analyzing aqueous solutions, for balancing equations that describe reactions in solution, and for solving problems using solution stoichiometry. By the time you complete this chapter, you will know enough about aqueous solutions to explain what causes acid rain, why acid rain is harmful, and how a Breathalyzer measures alcohol levels. You will also understand the chemistry of photographic development, be able to explain why rhubarb leaves are toxic, and learn about a possible chemical reason for the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.


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