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These notes summarize all the key components of Chapter 1 in the Silberberg and Amateis Chemistry textbook
Hi guys! These notes cover the material from the pre-lecture assignments (reading & sample problems) and also lectures in class from Wednesday and Friday. Due to the hurricane, I only have the pre-lecture assignment notes from Friday.
These notes specifically cover:
-Molarity, dilutions, and preparing a solution
-Net Ionic Equations
These are basic notes for the first two chapters that were covered in the first week of classes. Included is basic vocabulary and some practice problems that we covered in class.
This study guide covers the basics of the material that will be covered in the first exam (Wed 9/20). Everything from significant figures to solving stoichometry problems.
For the exam on 9/20/2017
*UPDATED* : I completed the practice exam that is posted on canvas (Fall 2016). Here is my work for each answer, besides 7 which I am having some struggle figuring out. Hope this additional info helps!
This study guide is a few notes on what is going to be on exam 1 on Wednesday. This is very compact; will be adding to this study guide with throughout examples in the next few days. Thanks for
This powerpoint pdf covers topics that will be on exam 1. There are no worked out problems, it is simply used to review concepts that will apply to problems.
I apologize for my first page, a water bottle spilled in my backpack so that's why those notes look funny. Other than that, same as the last class notes I uploaded, includes all pre-lecture and lecture notes from 9/18-9/22. Hope this helps :)
Hey guys! These notes cover the pre-lecture and lecture notes from 9/25-9/29. I have all the sample problems assigned on the PLA's and most of the clicker questions. This week was mostly about gas law, so it is pretty repetitive concept with different ways of application. Hope this helps!
Chapter 6 notes on enthalpy and everything before
These are the notes from Korolev's class 15.
Hey guys! These are the notes for the week of 10/2. We only had two classes this week because homecoming is Friday! These notes cover specific heat and enthalpy. As always, I hope this helps and if you have any questions feel free to contact me!
These notes cover what Dr. Lopez and Dr. Korolev covered in week 7.
Includes all of chapter 6
Includes Thermochemistry, equations, quantum theory, and much much more!
These notes cover what is going to be on Exam 2. This exam is for Chapters 1-7, and a part of ch.16. For chapters 1-4.3, check out my Exam 1 study guide. Good luck, and feel free to message me with any questions!
These notes cover everything discussed in Lectures 17-19
These notes cover the pre-lecture assignments and lectures in class from 10/9-10/13. Mostly covering energy of light and reaction rates. Hope this helps!
These notes include the pre-lecture assignments and lecture notes from 10/16-10/20. Hope this helps!
These notes cover the pre-lecture assignments and lectures from 10/23-10/27. Hope this helps!
Notes that go over electron distribution in atoms and how these atoms bond with each other
These notes are the pre-lecture assignments and lectures from 10/30-11/2. A lot of VSEPR theory notes and bonding in general. If you have any questions let me know!
Shapes of molecules and polarity
These notes cover the pre-lecture assignments and lectures of the 12th week.
Notes on chapter 11 and hybrid orbitals
Exam 3 Study Guide
Notes of all chapters 1 - 11 of the Chemistry text book
These notes include all solutions for Exams 1, 2 and 3 as well as problems for Ch. 12 and 13.
Chemistry final study guide on allllll chapters
Hey guys! This is the my final study guide for CHM2045. I covered a lot of material in these 4 pages, so if you want a little bit more in depth, look at my previous exam reviews and class notes. Hope this helps!!
Good luck on finals :)
Overall final CHM notes
These notes cover chapter 1 in the book and have the class notes from Professor Sumner.
These notes cover the first 2 chapters which will be on exam 1.
Week 1 was pretty simple: syllabus review, going over an introduction to chemistry, and diving into nomenclature. A lot of things that Professor Gower assigns are not graded immediately, or some at all, but do NOT let you fall behind. This is a weed out class for a reason, but if you follow closely and do as instructed with the material he gives us you will succeed. Good luck!! I will be posting we
These quizlets cover some basic concepts and vocab from chapter 1 and 2
These notes cover stoichiometry of formulas and equations
Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 from Silberberg Textbook
They go over the basic chapters of 1 and 2 from Gower's class. Please excuse the side notes, and in the future the lighting will be better.
Chapter 3: Stoichiometry of Formulas and Equations
These notes cover chapter 2 in the book for Dr. Sumner
Notes over the first chapter covered in college General Chemistry 1
These notes cover chapter 3 (3 major classes of chemical reactions) of general chemistry.
This study guide covers everything all the topic that will be on exam 1 such as atomic structure, significant figures, stoichiometry, reactions, and molarity.
These are different example problems we have covered in all chapters for Exam 1
Chapter 1 exam study guide, based on textbook chapters, lectures, and supplemental materials. Made to be used in conjunction with chapter notes, which are more in-depth with step-by-step directions to solve problems
These notes go over key terms that are covered in the textbook that you should know and understand before taking the first exam on Thursday. There are also step by step problems that cover all topics that will be on the exam.
Stoichiometry and Molarity
They go over the types of reactions-neutralization and redox.
These are over chapter 5; gases. I am sorry for the lack of fulfillment in the notes under the discussion of the two flasks with different volumes/temperatures (pages 8-9).
These notes cover chapter 5 (gases and the kinetic-molecular theory) and chapter 6 (Thermodynamics: energy flow and chemical change)
These are notes on light based on chapter 7 textbook sections that will be covered on the exam.
These notes cover chapter 6 - Calorimetry.
They go over deviations of gases and thermodynamics, and go into calorimetry.
These notes cover Chapter 16, Kinetics.
CHM2045 Ch. 6 + 7
These notes cover material from chapter 7 (Quantum theory and atomic structure) and chapter 16 (Kinetics: rates and mechanisms of chemical reactions)
This study guide covers material from chapters 5, 6, 7, and 16
This is a study guide covering chapters 5-8, 16 which is what will be covered for the second exam for the semester.
Chapters 2,3, and 4.
Goes over things for the exam.
Goes over kinetics
These notes cover periodic trends and bonds.
These topics will appear on the final exam.
These notes cover electronegativity, Lewis structures, and resonance.
Silberberg Chapter 9
Silberberg Chapter 10
These notes cover material on chapters 8 (electron configuration and chemical periodicity), 9 (models of chemical bonding), and 10 (shapes of molecules)
These notes cover material on chapter 11 (theories of covalent bonding)
Silberberg Chapter 11
Covers Material from Ch.9,10,11 in Silberberg
They go up to molecular geometry. I will try to update it over the weekend.
These notes cover chapter 8,9,10, and 11 for Exam 3
These go over week 9.
These are for week 10.
Chapter 12.1-12.5 in Silberberg
These notes cover material on chapter 12 (intermolecular forces: liquids, solids, and phase changes)
Covers material from Chapter 13 in Silberberg
These notes cover material from the entire semester
This study guide briefly covers the main point that will be covered on the exam
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