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alpha particle
a positively charged particle emitted from the nuclei of some radioactive substances; alpha particles have a positive charge and consists of the equivalent of a helium nucleus, two neutrons and two protons
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AP CHEMISTRY Exam 3 Documents
Chapter 7 outline


Chapter 7 Problem Set and Answers
Chapter 7 Spectrocopy Document
Chapter 7 PES Excel File (check this out!)
EC7_1
EC7_1 answers
EC7_2
EC7_2 answers
EC7_3
EC7_3 answers
EC7_4
EC7_4 answers
EC7_8
EC7_8 answers
Warm-ups
Warm-up Answers

Chapter 8 & 9 outline
Chapter 8 & 9 Problem Set & Answers



  May 25 in chemistry
  1844 - Stuart Perry of New York city obtains US patent 3597 for a gas engine. The engine used turpentine gases as fuels; patent covered both air-cooled and water-cooled versions.
  1865 - Pieter Zeeman born: splitting of spectral lines by magnetic fields (Zeeman effect); Nobel Prize (physics), 1902.
  1942 - First fluid bed reactor began commercial operation in Baton Rouge, LA.
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