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  • H – Hydrogen
  • He – Helium
  • Li – Lithium
  • Be – Beryllium
  • B – Boron
  • C – Carbon
  • N – Nitrogen
  • O – Oxygen
  • F – Fluorine
  • Ne – Neon
  • Na – Sodium
  • Mg – Magnesium
  • Al – Aluminium
  • Si – Silicon
  • P – Phosphorus
  • S – Sulfur
  • Cl – Chlorine
  • Ar – Argon
  • K – Potassium
  • Ca – Calcium
  • Sc – Scandium
  • Ti – Titanium
  • V – Vanadium
  • Cr – Chromium
  • Mn – Manganese
  • Fe – Iron
  • Co – Cobalt
  • Ni – Nickel
  • Cu – Copper
  • Zn – Zinc
  • Ga – Gallium
  • Ge – Germanium
  • As – Arsenic
  • Se... (More)

An ideal gas is defined as one in which all collisions between atoms or molecules are perfectly eleastic and in which there are no intermolecular attractive forces.

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Chemistry Terms- Leaving Cert Higher Level Chemistry

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  1. Heat of Combustion – The heat produced when one mole of a substance is completely burnt in excess oxygen.
  2. Heat of Formation – The heat change when one mole of a compound in its standard phase is formed from each of its elements in their standard phases.
  3. Heat of Reaction – The heat change when the numbers of moles indicated in the balanced equation for the reaction reacts completely.
  4. Heat of Neutralization – The heat change when one mole of H+ ions from an acid reacts with one mole of OH- ions from a base.
  5. Hess’s Law of Heat... (More)