Chemistry The Atmosphere

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  • Chemistry Unit 4
    • Chloroflurocarbons
      • Alternatives
    • Global warming
      • Human activity
    • Molecules and networks
      • Diamond
      • Silicon(IV) oxide
      • CO2
      • SiO2
      • Newtwork
        • (Giant structures)
      • Molecular structure
        • CO2
    • What happens when radiation reacts with matter
      • The atmosphere
        • Stratosphere
        • Trophosphere
        • Ionosphere
        • 21% Oxygen
        • 0.93 Argon
        • 78% Nitrogen
      • Energy changes the electromagnetic spectrum
        • EM order - RMIVUXG
        • Visible light order - ROYGBIV
          • Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain
      • Electronic changes when molecules absorb radiation
      • Energy interacts with matter
        • Translational
          • Radio
        • Rotational
          • Micro
        • Vibrational
          • Infrared
        • Electronic
          • Visible and Ultraviolet
      • E = hv
        • E = energy
        • V = fequency
        • h = Plancks constant
          • 6.63 x 10-34
        • Upside down y = wavelength
        • C = speed of light
          • 3.00 x 108 ms-1
    • Radiation and radicals
      • Fission (break)
        • Heterolytic
        • Homolytic
      • Radical  chain reaction
        • Initiation
        • Propagation
        • Termination
      • Reactions of alkanes with halogens
      • Formation and destruction of the ozone
      • Ozone depletion
    • Chemical equilibrium
      • Dynamic equilibrium
        • Changing
        • Equal
      • Reversible
      • Steady state
    • Rates of reaction
      • Collision theory
      • Activation enthalpy
      • Enthalpy profile
    • The effect of temperature on rate
      • Activation enthalpy
      • Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution
    • How do catalyst work?
      • Hetergeneous catalyst
      • Homogenous catalyst

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