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EN 101 General Chemistry is a Science course at UA taught by the following professor: Jared Allred. 3 elite notetakers have produced 6 study materials for this Science course.
Filled In Notes for January 16, 2015
These are the fill in notes for January 21, 2015.
A quick chemistry study guide of terms and facts.
These are notes on the basics of chemistry and the elements!
Fill in notes for Wednesday, Feb. 4 and Friday Feb. 6.
Notes for February 9-13, 2015.
All of Chapter 4 Notes for Exam 2
Chapter 5 Notes for Exam 2
Quick study guide of facts and terms for Exam 2.
Continuation of chapter 5 notes from 2/19
Here is a study guide and worked through problems for Test 2
Notes for Monday, Feb. 23 & Friday,Feb.27. Class on Wednesday, Feb. 25 was cancelled.
Study Guide and worked out problems for Test 3
Study Guide for Exam 4
Equations, definitions, and facts that more than likely will be on the exam.
Notes from first class including what is not included on the powerpoint
These notes cover the entire first chapter.
These notes include everything that was gone over in class. Most questions that the professor posts are included so you can test yourself, as well as answers.
What I put together from old study guides and tests
Accuracy & Precision
13 pages of information
This study guide covers Chapters 1 through 3, which will be tested on the first exam
combines information from in class lectures, the textbook, and internet research
- electron configuration
-mass to formula conversions
Lewis Structure for molecules
End of Chapter 6
Topics reviewed during recitation
Valence Bond theory
Covers all of Chapter 6, all of Chapter 7, and the first 3 sections of Chapter 8.
Also includes explanations for why answers on the practice exam are right.
This concludes Chapter 7
Chapter 8 and the part of 9 taught by the substitute professor
Chapter 9 is completed
Acids and Bases
Chapter 8 (limiting reagent, stoichiometry, conversions, theoretical and percent yield)
Chapter 9 (molarity, solutiblity, reactions, acids/bases)
Chapter 10 (specific heat capacity, calorimetry, enthalpy)
Last section of chapter 9 (naming acids) and all of Chapter 10
End of chapter 11
Questions practiced during recitation (he mentioned he may put some of those exact questions on the test)