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I spend a lot of time reading and rereading chapters one and two. I took notes and they are well organized
First day of class notes. Chapter 1
Lecture 2. June 8th
These notes cover all of the lectures in Chem 1211 with helpful hints!
These notes cover the entire first chapter in the text book.
These notes cover the first lecture given in the class.
These notes include the entire chapter 2 of the textbook and include the lecture notes taken during class. The textbook notes apply for all students of chemistry 1211 no matter what teacher, and the lecture notes apply to students of Dr. Agarwal specifically.
This set of notes covers chapters 1-3 which discusses topics such as:
Classifications of Matter
Units & Measurements
The Structure of an Atom
Elements & the Periodic Table
Ions & Ionic Compounds
Mole & Molar Mass
Stoichiometry & Compound Formulas
Stoichiometry & Chemical Reactions
Stoichiometry & Limiting Reactants
The attached notes cover Ch. 4-6 in the textbooks which includes: Types of Chemical Reactions Aqueous Solutions Reactions in Aqueous Solutions Oxidation-Reduction Reactions Stoichiometry of Reactions i
This study guide is a brief review of chapters 1-7 of the textbook. It includes definitions of terms, charts and a few examples.
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First set of class notes for General Chemistry - 1211.
Types of reactions notes
These notes cover Chapters 1, 2, and part of 3.
These notes cover parts of Chapters 3-4.
These notes cover what's going to be on our upcoming exam.
These notes cover oxidation reduction, stoichiometry, percent yield, concentration and molarity, and limiting reactants.
This study guide covers everything that will be tested over for Exam 2.
These are notes of the topics covered in mind tap, but are more simplified with the more important information from the topics discussed
These notes cover specific heat, enthalpy, etc!
These notes include topics covered from mind tap from chapter 5.1a to 5.4d
These notes cover enthalpy, standard heat, different spectrums, wavelength/frequency, Bohr model, etc.
Short descriptions of important topics, as well as important equations
These notes cover periodic trends, lewis structures, and Coulumb's Law.
Notes on chapter 3 from the textbook
Notes on chapter 4 from the textbook
Notes on chapter 5 from the textbook
Notes on chapter 6 from the textbook
Notes on chapter 9 from textbook
Notes on chapter 10 from textbook