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General Chemistry by S Ekambaram

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Chapter 1

Chemical Foundations

OBJECTIVES
  1. To state with the need for Chemical Foundations chapter.
  2. To begin with Dalton’s atomic theory.
  3. To describe the discovery and production of electron by cathode ray tube, one of the constituents of atom followed by the salient properties of electron.
  4. To describe the production and detection of anode rays and to outline some selective properties of anode rays.
  5. To arrange known elements, based on their atomic number to get the Periodic Table.
  6. To highlight the meaning of molecules and ions, chemical species that are involved in the chemical reactions.
  7. To define meaning of stoichiometry.
  8. To define terms needed to get stoichiometry such as concept of mole and the use of Avogadro’s number.
  9. To describe principle ...

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