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CHM 1045 General Chemistry I is an OTHER course at FSU. 3 elite notetakers have produced 21 study materials for this OTHER course.
These notes cover chapter one from the textbook
These notes are for exam 1.
Condensed notes for chapters 5 and 6! All of the equations and concepts needed for the test are included. Chapter 7 will be uploaded after class Monday.
Note: A pink highlighter was used in the beginning and leaked through some of the paper. Sorry about that.
Chapters 7 and 8 are covered! The study guide uploaded on blackboard was used as a basis for this study guide, so everything you need to know for the test is summarized. Good luck. Let me know if you have any questions through e-mail.
Notes from lecture on 9/4/2017. These notes discuses significant digits and measuring in labs.
Flash cards for Elements 1-56 and Extra Elements
This notes cover significant figures and uncertainty numbers. It covers how to count and identify them. Also, how to use them in calculations and rounding.
First day of real material
A review of SI base units and basic conversions
Lecture notes from 8/30
Notes from 9/1 with Professor Dillon, covers conversions and SI base units
9/1, lecture with Professor Dillon, intro to atomic theory
This completely covers notes from Chapter 1.
This lecture covers how to convert between Celsius , Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. It also talk about phase change, classification of matter, property of matter, and type of matter,
Professor Dillon, changes to course due to hurricane Irma, atomic mass, isotopes, weighted atomic average
This lecture cover the evolution of the atom, the periodic table structure and component, how to form compound, how to name compound.
Notes from Chapter 2 of textbook that focus on the atomic structure and the periodic table
This is extra testing material and chapter that should be on the test
This notes cover everything for the first exam. From naming compound, forming formula, calculation, isotopes, significant figures, molarity, percent composition, empirical formula, and matter
This note covers how to balance chemical reactions, the different type of reactions, acid and bases, and redox reactions.
Focuses on the many techniques and rules and naming different compounds in chemistry
CHM 1045 Polyatomic Ions
Ch. 4 Notes on Stochiometry.
This note include redox reaction, oxidation number, and stoichiometry
This is a study guide for exam II. It covers redox reaction, stoichiometry, acid-base, balancing reaction, gases, and titration.
This notes cover ideal gas law, combine gas law. The relation between temperature, pressure, and volume.
Material that will be tested on the 2nd test from the end of chapter 3, chapter 4, and the beginning of chapter 9
This chapter cover Hess's law, thermodynamics, enthalpy, and calorimetry.
This note cover electromagnetic spectrum and electron.
This note cover periodic trends, Lewis structure, Covalent and Ionic bonding, Resonance and formal charge of molecule, and VSEPR.
This note is a detailed study guide of everything for the final exam.
Focus on hybridization and bonds for final class
Significant Figures, Measurement Uncertainty, including Recitation Notes.
Chapter 1; Chapter 2 (part 1)
Chapters 2 and 3
Chapter 4 Notes on chemical equations and balancing redox reactions
These notes cover the end of chapter 4 notes on balancing redox reaction. They also include the beginning of chapter 9 and the ideal gas law.
Study guide reviews balancing redox reaction in acidic and basic solution. As well as Net Ionic Equations and thermodynamics / calorimetry
Notes cover everything that was covered in the exam review
These notes cover the electromagnetic spectrum, electromagnetic radiation, frequency and wavelength.
Notes on Quantum numbers and electron configurations.
The Guide includes Practice questions with descriptions. It covers quantum numbers, Orbital Diagrams, enthalpy, and Hess's Law
These notes cover everything discussed in the review session, Enthalpy, Hess's Law, quantum numbers, quantum mechanics, and periodic trends
these notes cover covalent and ionic bonding as well as the Lewis dot structure. It also goes over resonance and exceptions to the octet rule.
These notes mainly go over chapters 7 and 8. They discuss Lewis dot structures covalent bond strength, covalent bonds, electron pair and molecular geometry, molecular orbital geometry, and valence bond theory. It will also include the sample questions that were given at the review session which includes concepts from previous chapters