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I know that lectures can get overwhelming sometimes! A great tip is to read the chapter before going to class, it helps a lot; and is often times really interesting. For those of you who don't find the time, I've uploaded my notes so there's no need to worry. Studystudystudy, and goodluck to everyone!
Hey guys! Don't fall behind ! Hopefully exam two went well. Here's our first lecture for the next exam; Lewis Structures !
A great way to review this weeks lectures ! Stay ahead and keep studying!
These notes cover what was gone over in the second week of Gower's Chemistry lectures.
These notes cover Ch. 1 and 2 for Exam 1 of Mitchell's class, including sample problems, definitions, and what is needed to know for the exam.
These cover week 3 of Mitchell's lecture notes.
These notes cover what we went over in this past week in lecture. Since we did not have class on Monday, we only had lecture Wednesday and Thursday!
These notes cover what we learned in week 5.
These are the notes covered in Gower's class for the Week of February 8th!
Hi guys! This is a quick and fast study guide over things that may get confusing for the test
I have taken information from the textbook and condensed it into my own personal notes- and now they're available for you! These cover chapters two through four, and include a lot of details in just a few pages. It's very useful for a quick summary before an exam or just to refresh your mind about what you have learned in the beginning of the semester.
The notes are going to cover general topics of chemistry which includes:
- Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
-Mass Relations and Stoichiometry (Percent Yield, Mass Percent, Limiting Reactant)
- Aqueous Reactions
These notes are final exam notes which covers all the previous exam reviews. Includes throughout the semester notes with topics of: Mass Relations and Stoichiometry, Acqueous Reactions, Enthalpy & Calorimetry, Atomic Structures, Electron Configuration & Periodic Trends, Molecular Geometry, Gases, Solutions and Kinetics.
First week of Chemistry 1 notes. Covers important chemists, atomic number, mass number, isotopes, significant figures rules, molecule definitions, ion definitions and more!
Selected questions from Tutorial 01 (Chapter 1 and 2) that involve calculations.
mostly describes moles, atomic mass and more! the last three pages are practice problems. Let me know how I'm doing!!
Problem solving involving moles, limiting reactants, percent yield, double unknowns, dilutions.
Reactions in Aqueous Systems
These notes have all the material mostly in detail of Ch 2.
The notes cover what I believe will be covered on the first exam.
This is everything that's been covered in lectures. Very detailed and provides many examples! Happy studying!!
Enthalpy, endothermic/exothermic etc
Notes cover enthalpy, heat transfer, and more!
Chem 1 Notes for January 9 - 12
Chem 1 notes for January 4-5
These notes cover material from Chapter 10.
These notes cover material from Chapters 10-12 as well as 5 that will appear on Exam 3.
This study guide covers all of my notes and material from Exams 1-3 as well as some of the new material covered since exam 3.
A brief overview of the relationship between the components of the ideal gas law + a sample problem.
the fundamentals of thermochemistry (enthalpy, internal energy)
Covers Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases, Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions, Ideal Gas Laws, Collecting Gas over Water and includes links for Practice and Memorization
worked examples of lewis structures and explanation on formal charge
for Thursday, 11/16 exam
Goes over topics such as Intermolecular Forces, Unit Cells of Solids with a Crystal Structure, and Units of Concentration, in newest chapters 12 and 13, with problems from new and former chapters to practice.
~~~~~READ ME~~~~~ This is meant to be a supplement to other study guides covering material on its own. This contains 7 "skeletons" of past exam problems, in which the professor inserts values and name