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CHEM 202 Chemistry of Solutions is a Chemistry course at dawson taught by the following professor: Nadia Schoonhoven. 3 elite notetakers have produced 7 study materials for this Chemistry course.
These notes go overy the following topics: Normality, intermolecular forces, solution formation, energies of solution formation, factors affecting solubility, Henry's law, and Raoult's law.
These notes go over calculating the vapour pressure of solutions (Raoult's law), boiling-point elevation,and freezing-point depression.
Hi! I hope you enjoy these notes. They include what the prof went over after discussing the syllabus and lab safety rules. These notes include a short review of significant figures, mass percent, molality, molarity, solution composition, and units of concentration.
*** UPDATE *** I accidentally posted my biology notes here but I just fixed that issue, so now these are really my chemistry not
These notes finish going over osmotic pressure, and give a brief intro to equilibrium.
This study guide goes over the first six lectures of the course that will be on the first test.
These notes explain the law of mass action, the equilibrium constant, and how to use the quadratic equation to solve for x in equilibrium problems.
These notes give more examples of solving equilibrium problems, and go over Le Châtelier's principle.
These edited notes cover equilibrium rium (different ways a system at equilibrium can be disturbed), Le Châtelier's Principle, and an intro to/review of acids and bases.
Topics covered: equilibrium constants for acids and bases, amphoteric substances, auto-ionization of water, the pH scale, the pH of strong acids.
Topics covered: percent dissociation, bases, and polyprotic acids.
These notes cover how to calculate the pH of weak acids.
These notes cover acid-base properties of salts, effect of structure on acidity, oxyacids, hydrated metal ions, electronegativity, acid-base properties of oxides, dissolution of oxides in water.
Topics covered: localized and delocalized electron pairs, and equilibrium concentration / pH problems.
Topics Covered: equilibrium concentrations problems, acid-base properties of salts, solubility rules, relative acid and base strength.
In this study guide, I'm including the solutions to the recommended problems. I'll be edititing it and re-posting it again before the test to fix any typos and add more problems.
This study guide does problems from the text book sections 15.4, 15.5, 16.1, 16.2.