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These notes cover the material given in the first three lectures as well as additional information not provided that can be found in the assigned textbook readings.
First week: here is chapter 1 to
These notes cover the first week of the semester.
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These notes cover the first week of the semester. 8/31/16- 9/2/16
These notes cover lecture notes AND notes from the textbook that were not directly touched on in discussion or lecture class.
These notes cover the second week of the semester, including what Prof. Ondov covered in class and chapter 2 notes from the textbook.
These notes cover the majority of Chapter Four. They include lecture, textbook, and discussion notes from the past week.
These notes cover the 2nd-3rd week of Prof. Ondov's lecture as well as my personal notes from the textbook, including the quantum mechanics of the atom, the wave-particle duality of both light and electrons, and the basics of atomic orbitals.
Here is a study guide that covers what we learned during Prof. Ondov’s lecture and topics from the syllabus that I gleaned from the textbook covering chapters 1-4. I’m basing this off of the study guide outline he posted on Canvas. I hope this helps.
These notes are taken from chapter 1 in the chem text book
This notes cover what is going to be on the first exam.
These notes cover chapter 7
These notes cover chapter 8
These notes cover Chapter 9
This is a study guide for the second exam in Chem131.
These notes cover the fourth and fifth weeks of Prof. Ondov's lecture as well as my personal notes from the textbook.
Chapter 12 Notes
These notes cover the sixth and seventh weeks of Prof. Ondov's lectures as well as my personal notes from the textbook.
Exam III will cover chapters 10, 11, 12, 16, and 17.
These notes cover the eighth and ninth weeks of Prof. Ondov's lectures as well as my personal notes from the textbook.
Textbook notes that covers material we learned during week 1 & 2 of lecture
Textbook notes that reviews concepts learned during class (energy, work, Avogadro's number, moles, etc.)
Lectures 2 and 3
Lectures 4 & 5
This study is comprised of a summary of topics, key points, and Dr. Geller's final review.
This is a periodic table
These notes cover chapter 1 and what we covered of chapter 2
These notes cover more of chapter 2
These notes cover the end of chapter 2 and chapter 3
These notes cover the end of chapter 3 and all of chapter 4
This is my attempt at making a study guide for the exam
This is my attempt at making a study guide for the first exam
These notes cover bonding and Lewis diagrams
these Notes cover electron geometry and molecular geometry
These Notes cover chapter 7 and part of chapter 8
Here are a bunch of questions to prepare for the exam
These notes cover the final bits of information we learned before the exam
These notes cover Chapter 10 material
Here is what I could come up with as a study guide for the final.
This is my attempt at making a study guide for the final I hope it is helpful.
this is my attempt at a final study guide