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These notes are notes I have taken from the textbook/weekly lectures. This set of notes is from week 5.
These notes cover sections 4.2: Writing Equations for Aqueous Ionic Reactions, Chapter 4.3 Precipitation Reactions and Solubility Rules, and 4.4 Acid-Base Reactions (aka neutralization reaction).
These notes cover 4.5 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, 4.6 Elements in Redox Reactions, 4.7 The Reversibility of Reactions and the Equilibrium State, 5.1 An Overview of the States of Matter, 5.2 Gas Pressure and its measurement, and 5.3 The Gas Law and their Experimental Foundations. This has all the examples from class including iclicker questions. These notes are based off both the lecture slides and the textbook.
These are the lecture notes for chapter 5 in Lees section on Tuesdays and Thursdays (2:00-3:15)
Here are some important key points with meanings and practice problems from each chapter on the exam
These notes cover Optical Activities and part 1 of spectroscopy
These notes cover how ionic compounds dissociate in water, molarity, dilution equation, molality, and parts of solute by parts of solution examples. These notes cover chapter 4.1: Solution Concentration and the Role of Water as a Solvent and chapter 13.5: other concentration terms. We learned these topics in lecture during week 4. Hope they help!
notes based on the practice exam 2 given.
These are the notes from CHEM 232 wk7 (Prof. Lee)
The Study Guide covers all the concepts,formulas from chapters that are going to be covered in exam 2.
These notes cover theory,concepts and formulas associated with the chapter Gases.Go through the notes and practice problems given by your professor,in order to be perfect at this chapter.
These notes cover over Chemical Reactivity and mechanisms
WEEk 8 notes on chapter 7
Here are some important key pints and some practice problems.
These are the topics that will be on the first exam.