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Hi guys, with the Chem 130 test coming up, I've put together my set of notes from the textbook, plus Zhao's information from lecture to create a super study guide!
These are Dr. Zhao's lecture notes from weeks one and two, ranging from the syllabus day to 9/3/15. You would normally pay for both weeks, but I'm making it cheaper for you guys!
This is my modified version of Dr. Zhao's study guide that was given to us in discussion. I wrote the answers to my questions on the third and fourth pages (in orange, go vols). It covers all of the topics that his does and a few additional ones as well. I also start it off with the things that I think he will definitely test on.
Hey guys! So this week we're starting with chemical kinetics and reaction rates. There's a lot of equations involved so I made sure to set examples along with those, combining the information from lecture along with information from the textbook! Since it is lengthy, I will be splitting these notes into two parts! With detailed vocab and more compiled notes, I'm bringing everything together as a 2
Hey guys! To complete the first set of notes from last week, I have compiled the chapter 14 notes into one for your enjoyment! With detailed notes from lecture as well as additional information from the textbook with examples to accompany them, it's a detailed set to study from!
Hey guys! So included in here is a detailed set of compiled notes from Chem 130's chapter 15! It includes information from Zhao given in lecture as well as information from the textbook, with some examples to supplement studying! Hope you like it!
Hey guys! So in preparation for Exam two (crossing fingers) I've compiled elaborate notes for Chapters 14 and 15, along with some additional problems from each chapter to supplement studies! This first page is a sample of the new intermediate problems I've worked out and the concept notes that follow are neatly typed! Hope you like it!
Hey guys! So with this upcoming test, the material's a little harder, so I stuck with adding hand written problems at the end of the study guide to help you out! As always, I typed up notes based off the textbook as well as Dr. Zhao's lecture. Happy Studying! :)
Hey guys! So Chapter 16 is something a little different, so I proceeded as usual with detailed notes from Zhao's lecture and information from the textbook, with some examples. Hope you like it! :)
Hey Guys! So Chapter 17 was a little more difficult than 16, but I did my best with notes from Zhao and the textbook! I hope you like it! :)
Hey guys! I have here notes for chapter 5 from Dr. Zhao's lecture as well as information from the textbook. I found the information to be more conceptual and as consequence did not add problems. I am sorry if it is not more detailed as it was simple as well. Happy studying! :)
Hey guys! So in preparation for Exam four I've compiled notes for Chapters 5 and 19, without problems this time (the Workshops have most problems explained). I found this section of the course to be very conceptual, so I apologize if the notes are not more detailed. I took all the notes I could from the textbook and combined them as well as I could with the text. I hope you like it, happy studying!
Hey guys! I have here notes for chapter 19 from Dr. Zhao's lecture as well as information from the textbook. I found the information to be more conceptual and as consequence did not add problems. I am sorry if it is not more detailed as it was simple as well. Happy studying! :)
Hey guys! With the end of the year approaching, I've begun collecting notes for our final exam on Dec. 3rd. However, these are notes pertaining to Chapter 20! With information from the textbook as well as from Zhao's lecture, it's a perfect two in one for studying! Hope you like it! :)
Hey guys! It's finally the end of the semester and time for one last push! Here is an accumulation of everything we've worked on this entire year! It includes all of my past study guides along with practice problems and our most recent material (except for Chapter 23, which will be a separate set of notes after the last class we have). In total, it is about 36-40 pages. A good investment, I think!
These notes cover Chapter 11, Gases.
Finish Chapter 11 Notes
Lecture Notes and a Chapter 11 Summary with Review Questions
These notes are from Jan 25-Jan 29, 2016.
These notes cover dates Feb 1-5 of in class notes.
These notes cover the in class lectures that will be necessary for the exam.
These notes cover the first week of lessons for our second exam.
Practice Problems for Exam 1
These notes cover all of the material and practice problems that can be used for Exam 2!
These notes cover the last two chapters that were covered in class that will be on the final. You will need to study all past study guides to cover all the material that will be tested on the final exam.
This is the first part of Chapter 11-Gases
These notes cover Avogadro's Law, Ideal Gas Law, Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures, and so forth
Intermolecular Forces--these notes discuss the 4 different types of intermolecular forces
These notes are a basic rundown on the property of gases and the gas laws used to solve equations.
These notes cover Chapter 12 in Chemistry 130. They talk about the heat of vaporization, sublimation, and give other equations. Also talks about boiling point.
These notes cover ch 12 Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces
COVERS CH. 11,12,14 FOR EXAM 1
These notes cover the arrhenius equation, activation energy, first-order, second-order, and zero-order reactions, as well as other things in Chapter 15 of Structure and Properties by Tro
Chapter 1, 3/26
These notes cover what's going to be on our next exam.
These are the notes for Chapter 11.
The notes cover some of the first 2 weeks of information.
These are notes that were taken for Chapter 12.
This review will help you prepare for Exam 3.
These Notes cover the beginning of the basic gas law properties and ideal gas law.
This study guide will cover chapters 11, 12, and 14.
Gas law example problems and some additional notes.
Inter- and Intra- molecular forces and London Dispersion Forces.
Intramolecular forces, intermolecular forces, dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, hydrogen bonding, and ion dipole forces. As well as heating curves.
General chemistry solutions notes.
These notes will include:
- colligative properties
- Raoult's Law
- Boiling Point Elevation
- Freezing Point Depression
These notes cover all of Chapter 9
Notes for Week 1
This set of notes covers chemistry 130's chapter 9 notes. This includes all the material learned, as well as examples.
These notes cover all of Chapter 10
This Note Guide briefly touches intramolecular forces and goes in depth about intermolecular forces.
Chapter 10 notes
Study guide for exam 1
this study guide has notes from chapters 9 and 10 and a review questions section with answers.
This document covers all of chapter 11
These notes cover chapters 12 and 13
These notes cover all of chapter 14.
these notes cover chapter 15
these notes cover everything in chapter 7
These notes cover all of chapter 17
this study guide covers chapters 11, 12, and 13
This study guide covers chapters 9-17 and has some practice questions with an answer key as well.