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These are the notes that I got from week one of General Chemistry 2 with Dr. Bowers.
Notes from week 1 with information that will be on exam 1
Hey Guys! This is my first set of posted notes. All the notes are dated so this week is 1/19/16 - 1/22/16. Dr. Bowers' General Chemistry II.
These notes are from both the book and the power points. Some extra examples have also been added!
Notes for Week 2, 1/25/16 - 1/29/16. General Chemistry II - Dr. David Bowers
Week 2 notes for exam 1
This notes cover the functional groups that we learned and also the beginning of intermolecular forces.
2/1/16 - 2/5/16 Week 3 notes
These notes cover what will be on Exam 1
These notes cover everything that we have learned in class up to 2-11-16.
Study Guide for Exam 1 -Key points
The 4th week of exam 1 material
I made a practice test consisting of all of the important parts of chapter 12 that we could possibly see on the exam. There are a LOT of practice calculation questions of all different types so that you can have a lot of practice! There are also several terminology questions and questions that could be asked by Dr. Bowers on our exam friday. Many of these questions are very similar to the online ho
Important topics for exam 1
These amazing notes cover the beginning of chapter 13. I left out all of the major equations that we have learned because I couldn't have done them any justice without adding example problems which I felt are best found in Dr. Bowers' class.
These notes cover the plethora of equations that are going to be on the next exam, as well as rate reactions.
These notes cover how to calculate reaction orders and also how to calculate k in a rate reaction. They cover everything that has been taught from rate orders until now. This is the last set of notes before the exam study guide.
These notes cover everything from chapter 13 until the end of the notes on transitional species.
Conceptual material from exam 2
These notes cover up to ICE tables. They include ICE tables but nothing more since we haven't learned anything else yet....
These notes cover Bronsted Lowry Acids and Bases as we have been taught them until now.
This has everything from chapter 17 until the buffer problems that were discussed.
These notes cover how to make buffers, acid base titrations, and solubility of salts.
These notes cover all of the large topics which I feel will be important on the final exam.
These notes cover chapter 15 section 1 about organic compounds and atomic properties of carbon.
These notes cover chapter 15-2 of the lecture notes over the structure and classes of hydrocarbons.
These notes cover chapter 15-3 lecture notes from lecture.
These notes cover Dr. Bowers lecture of organic chemistry in Gen Chem 2.
These notes continue with hydrocarbons and organic chemistry.
These notes cover what we learned the first week of class.
notes cover whats going to be on the quiz
these notes cover what we learned in week 1 of class
These notes cover intermolecular forces and properties of them
These notes cover what we learned the second and third weeks of class.
These notes cover Dr. Bowers lecture over Solids and Heat Capacity.
This is a study guide covering what is on exam 1.
These notes cover briefs for the chapter that will be on the Exam
These notes cover what we learned in week 5.
These notes cover the first part of Chapter 11
These notes cover what we learned in week 6.
These notes cover the first week of kinetics notes.
These notes cover what we learned in week 7.
This covers the material that will be included in exam 2.
These notes cover what we learned in week 8.
These notes cover what we learned week 9.
This covers what we need to know for the final.