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CHEM 132 General Chemistry II is a Chemistry course at Towson taught by the following professor: Sarah Stokes. 3 elite notetakers have produced 10 study materials for this Chemistry course.
Class notes as well as notes from the powerpoint provided. LDS, Resonance, Electronic and molecular geometry, Polarity, Octet rules
Outline of ch 12: Intermolecular Forces. IMF, properties of different phases, Bonding in solids, phase changes, phase diagrams
IMF (dispersion, d-d, h bonding, ion-dipole, ion induced, dipole induced), bonding in solids, phase changes. Please also look at the book notes for ch 12.
Outline of chapter 13: Physical Properties of Solutions. Types of solutions, the solution process, concentration units, effect of temperature and pressure on solubility, Colligative pressure, boiling point elevation, freezing point depression, Osmotic pressure
Ch 13 Class notes. Solutions and their process, examples of converting between units, Solubility, Henry's Law, Colligative Properties, examples galore!
This is notes on all of chapter 12. It studies intermolecular forces and their effect on changes in phases.
Here are the important points that I took away from the chapter on intermolecular forces.
Condensed and well organized study guide for exam 1, chs 12 and 13.
LDS, Electronic and Molecular Geometry, Polarity, IMF, Properties of liquids, bonding in solids, phase change, phase diagrams, solution process, concentration units, changes in solubility
These are notes on the chapter about solubility. It talks about colligative properties such as freezing point depression and boiling point elevation, and how these properties affect a solution's solubility.
Beginning of Chapter 15 "Chemical Equilibrium"
Weekly notes from September 25-October 2
These are the notes from Chapter 14 and parts of 21 on Nuclear Chemistry and Reaction Rates.
These are chapter notes on chemical equilibrium that discuss the equilibrium constant and how it is used, and also discusses the effects of certain changes on equilibrium.
These are the notes from class that we discussed this week.
Polarity, Exceptions to Octet Rule
Section 12.2 Intermolecular Forces vs. Intramolecular Forces
Week 2 of notes
Chapter 12 Rap up
Chapter 12 Wrap up
These are the notes that we have taken this week.
These are the notes we went over this week.
These are the notes that we covered this week of class.
Chapters 14, and 15 practice problems included
These notes will be on the exam 3.
These notes will cover the material for the upcoming exam.
These notes will be on the upcoming exam. Good luck!
These notes will cover what's on the upcoming exam.
These notes includes equations and solutions for the upcoming exam.
This is an example of the way I take notes
These are all the notes taken from the first week of class.
Notes from week 2
Notes from Week three of class
These are the notes from week 4
Notes from Week 5
Study guide for exam 2
Study Guide for Exam 3
Gen Chem 2 Final