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Dr. Collins INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Section (2015)

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  1. rak173

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    Hello,

    How many units do you have for inorganic chemistry section for Dr. Collins? Does it still have 22 units? I am asking this because the number of sections on inorganic chemistry have decreased in which they won't be testing on things like cell potentials, thermodynamics etc. I wanted to know if have the 2015 version of Dr. Collins notes or not. Thanks.
     
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    "they kind of combine thermodynamics and kinetics together. You won't need to know how to calculate anything specifically (maybe just know the equation deltaG = deltaH - TdeltaS for reference) but you should know what they mean and how changes in one would affect the others (or what defines endothermic/exothermic/spontaneous/nonspontaneous). For electrochemistry, i think you just need to know cell potentials."
     

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