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Disclaimer about recent Organic Chemistry posts

Hello world!

You may have noticed that my recent posts covering organic chemistry lack photos & drawings. Unfortunately, I haven’t had the time to create diagrams to illustrate reaction mechanisms. However, I have had requests to post these notes for a while – so I decided to post the text-only versions first.

I will update each post & fill them up with diagrams (+ edits to the content) after my Oct/Nov exams, if all goes to plan.

For now, hope you can understand the explanations with words!

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PHY C10: Ideal Gases (Microscopic View)

Now let’s look on the scale of atoms & molecules, in a more in-depth QUANTITATIVE explanation and derivation of these equations:

  • Equation for Gas Pressure
    • Pressure in terms of density
  • Kinetic Energy of a Gas Particle
  • Relationship between Kinetic Energy & Temperature
  • RMS Speed of Gas Particles

This is a long & (slightly boring) one, so stay strong!

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