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With the scanning probe microscope it is now possible to “see” atoms (Figure 1-6). It would take millions of atoms to make a row as long as the diameter of the period at the end of this sentence. Example 1-1 Models Look at each of the following models. (i) krypton (ii) ethane (iv) aspirin (v) sulfur dioxide (iii) nitrogen (vi) copper (a) Which of these models represents an atom? (b) Which of these models represents a molecule? (c) Which of these models represents an element? (d) Which of these models represents a compound?
Physical chemistry applies the mathematical theories and methods of physics to the properties of matter and to the study of chemical processes and their accompanying energy changes. As its name suggests, biochemistry is the study of the chemistry of processes in living organisms. Such divisions are arbitrary, and most chemical studies involve more than one of these traditional areas of chemistry. The principles you will learn in a general chemistry course are the foundation of all branches of chemistry.
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