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Canvas Section 2: Overview of Chemistry Notes
Additional in-class notes included
Canvas Section 6: Electron Configuration
Some additional in-class notes
Notes from lecture and module of Electromagnetic Radiation
Notes on The Hydrogen Atom notes and examples
Notes from Electron Configuration module with examples
Notes from the Periodic properties and trends module
Study Guide for test #1
In class notes followed by separate notes associated with the slides
These notes summarize canvas modules 01 and 02. In Lesson 1, we delve into the background of electromagnetic radiation and those scientists that discovered the atom and its atomic pieces. Later we address the atom up approach to learning Chemistry by giving a brief understanding of quantum mechanics. In Lesson 2, the idea that classical mechanics fails at a sub-molecular level is broadened upon thr
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This week we covered the Quantum Numbers, n, l, and m sub l. Where electrons are in their energy levels through the exploration of orbitals and electron configuration that we learn how to notate throug
This week we covered trends in the periodic table , the shell model and shielding, and Effective nuclear charge.
Remember bottom left to upper right.
Gas: Kinetic Molecular Theory, Ideal and Non-ideal Gases
Chemical Bonding, polar and ionic bonds, types of compounds, drawing Lewis structures, Coulomb's law
Lewis Structures, Laude drawing steps and rules, resonance, exceptions, and formal charge.
VSEPR Theory, Electron geometries, Molecular geometries.
These notes cover Valence Bond Theory and Molecular Orbital Theory.
Included are notes on specific hybridizations and exceptions to the octet rule including hypervalent, hypovalence, and radicals.
These notes summarize the 25 question types and what you need to remember.
Atomic Theory and Bonding lecture notes
Atomic Bonding, and Periodic Table Trends
LE 12 and 13 these notes cover gas concentrates and gas laws as we begin topics of solids, liquids, and gases.
Chemistry atomic bond theories: VSEPR, Valence Bond Theory, and Molecular Orbital Theories
These are notes over the coming Solids, Liquids, and Gases exam.
These are the actual questions given to us. I got a B on the exam with class average of C- from redoing this practice exam multiple times. There are some corrections: Q 6 has different wavelengths in t
These notes cover what is on the first exam of CH301
This Study Guide is for the second exam, (03/07/17)
Conceptual study guide - not mathematical
Reviews concepts on atomic theory. Accommodates course pack.
All info in this guide is included in Exam 1