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1ChemWiki: The Dynamic Chemistry Hypertext1152414
2Periodic Trends456078
3Electronic Configurations371736
4Ionic and Covalent Bonds335663
5The Rate Law285130
7Exothermic vs. Endothermic and K241952
8Precipitation Reactions205594
9First-Order Reactions202716
10Standard Enthalpy of Formation200014
11Gibbs Free Energy199686
12Bond Order and Lengths197669
13Oxidation-Reduction Reactions195862
14Group 1: Hydrogen and the Alkali Metals190086
15Oxidizing and Reducing Agents189676
16Quantum Numbers178891
17Calculating a Ka Value from a Known pH175526
19Electronic Orbitals174517
20Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter172862
21Limiting Reagents167927
22Organic Chemistry164331
23Titration of a Weak Acid with A Strong Base163939
24The Ideal Gas Law161813
25Second-Order Reactions157479
26Solubility and Factors Affecting Solubility157416
27Pictorial Molecular Orbital Theory155687
28Heat of Reaction152280
29Le Châtelier's Principle151660
30Covalent Bonds151539
31Hybrid Orbitals148724
32Group 17: The Halogens148710
33Chemical Change vs. Physical Change147143
34Gas Equilibrium Constants: Kc And Kp144258
35Physical Chemistry142581
37Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs142028
38Thin Layer Chromatography139821
39Heat of Vaporization134453
40Reaction Rate133739
41Solubility Product Constant, Ksp133116
42Titration of A Strong Acid With A Strong Base133081
43The Mole and Avogadro's Constant132994
44Henry's Law132844
45Connection between \(E_{cell}\), ∆G, and K132647
46Group 2 Elements: The Alkaline Earth Metals132139
47Electron Affinity132124
48Zero-Order Reactions131826
49Voltaic Cells127661
50Arrhenius Equation127162






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