Essential laws in Chemistry required to solve reactivity and stoichiometry problems

Aug 22nd, 2016
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This document provides basic knowledge about the fundamental laws in Chemistry. These laws are crucial when the student attempts to solve reactivity and stoichiometry problems. It can be used as study guide by both High school and College students following any Chemistry course.

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FUNDAMENTAL LAWS IN CHEMISTRYGENERAL CHEMISTRY COURSETable of contentsConservation of mass (Lavoisier, XVIII century) ............................................................................................ 2Constant composition (Proust, XVIII century) ............................................................................................... 2Multiple proportions (Dalton, XIX century) ................................................................................................... 2Atomic theory (Dalton, XIX century) ............................................................................................................. 2Volumetric gas law (Gay-Lussac, XIX century) ............................................................................................... 2Essential gas law (Avogadro, XIX century) ...............................................................

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