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Bonding
"HONCy" (Honky)
H requires 1 more electron in its outer shell to become stable
O requires 2
N requires 3
C requires 4
None
Cation
"ca+ion."
+ side

"t" in cation looks like a plus sign
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Electrochemistry
"LEO the lion goes GER"
Loss of Electrons = Oxidation

Gain of Electrons = Reduction

Reduction occurs at the Cathode; Oxidation at the Anode

Vowels - Anode & Oxidation
Consonants - Cathode & Reduction
None
Electrolysis
"MIT enough"
Moles deposited at an electrode = It/nF
None
Gibb's Free Energy
"Good HoT ASs"
^G = ^H - T^S
None
Gibb's Free Energy
"Gee! Plus Arty! Thank you!"
^G = ^G.E + RTlnQ
None
Gibb's Free Energy
"Delicious Grapefruit - Not For Everyone"
^G.E = -nFE.E
None
Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
"Hell’s Kitchen Always Has Assholes”
pH = pKa + log10(A-/HA)
None
Hydrogen Bonding
"FON"
When a hydrogen atom is attached to either a fluorine, oxygen, or nitrogen atom, it can form a hydrogen bond between it and another fluorine, oxygen, or nitrogen atom.
None
Nernst Equation
"We minus Arty (is) enough, thank you."
E = E.E - (RT/nF)lnQ
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Paramagnetism
If a compound has at least one unpaired electron,it is Paramagnetic, and will be Pulled toward a magnetic field.

If not, it is diamagnetic, and is weakly repelled by a magnetic field.

There is also a third type of magnetism: ferromagnetism, which is present in what we casually call "magnets," e.g. iron, nickel, cobalt.
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Quantum Numbers
"Sexy People Do Foreplay"
s, p, d, f

Then it follows the alphabet: g, h, i, j, k, etc.
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State Functions
"VG PHEST" (Very Good Festival)
The following are all state functions:
V for volume
G for Gibb's free energy
P for pressure
H for enthalpy
E for internal energy
S for entropy
T for temperature
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Quantum Numbers
"Nobody Likes Major Sluts”
n, l, m, s