PRELIMINARY CHEMISTRY DOT POINT SUMMARY
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The Chemical Earth 30 Dot Point Preliminary Chemistry. Science Press. 4.4 Summarise the differences between the boiling and electrolysis of water as an example of the difference between physical and chemical change. 4.4.1 Complete the following table to show the differences between the boiling and electrolysis of water.
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8.3 Metals - UNSW Chemistry
UNSW SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY HSC TEACHERS' WORKSHOP NOVEMBER 1999 7. In summary the melting points of metals generally increase as the effective nuclear charge of the metal increases and as the number of valence electrons increases. 4 . Energy is [PDF]
Water - UNSW Chemistry
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