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These notes should cover your exam but do not solely rely on them.
These notes cover the whole semester of Gen Chem 1. The chapters are 1-10. I took notes on lectures, from the textbook, and a few homework problems. General Chemistry has lots of math, so practice the homework to get good at it. Good luck!
This covers chemistry chapter 1
These notes cover what is going to be on the first exam.(Chapters 1-3) Certain concepts are still a little hard for me so I tried my best to explain but inserted links to videos for those particular videos.
These notes are from 9/14-9/19
They cover most of what we have done in regards to Chapter 3. This includes balancing, theoretical yield, limiting reactant etc.
Types of Reactions
These notes deal with exchange reactions, total molecular equation, total ionic equation and spectator ions.
Chapter 4 notes part 3
Oxidized and Reduced
Week 7 Notes
Brief Overview of Gas Laws
Mole Fractions and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure
Exam 2 Study Guide
Notes covering Hess's law, Enthalpy of Formation, Dalton's Partial Pressures and Mole Fraction
10/14 and 10/17
Today in class we covered Planck's Constant, Speed of light, photons and much more.
Rydberg's Formula and constant
Emission and Absorption
10/28 and 10/31
Electron Configuration and Quantum Numbers
Lewis Dot Structures
Bond Lengths and Strengths
Lewis Dot Diagrams
These notes are what was covered in class today
These are the notes that we covered in class today!
Bond Formations and breaks
Lewis dot structures
VESPR Bonding and Geometry
Parent electron geometry
Polar Bonds and Molecules
These are the notes that were discussed in class
These were the notes that were discussed in class
These are some of the notes that were covered in class today.
This covers chapters 5-7, which is what exam #2 is about.
This is the first test for Chemistry
These notes cover the first three chapters that will be on our test. There is an equation sheet and additional resources at the end if you need extra help.
These questions help fr exam.
This is a good study sheet and will guide through the chapters.
These notes go over the ideal gas laws and equations. They go step by step over practice problems that are going to be on the next test.
These notes are like a practice exam for the final. I have the answers worked out at the end.
These notes are a practice test for the final Chemistry exam.
Practice test for Chem 1410 final
Chem final notes; Practice test
Final exam review
Chem practice test; Work through the problems and then check your work. SOLUTIONS INCLUDED.
Basic conversions, physical & chemical changes
A 15 Question Review covering concepts involving mass percent, vocabulary, general concepts, Balancing equations, and naming as well as a few others.
These notes cover different types of reactions (single displacement, double displacement, etc.)
Soluability rules, reactions, predicting products
Notes covering the first three weeks of class.
These are the sections covered in Chapter 1...
1.1 --- Some Fundamental Defintions
1.3 --- Chemical Problem Solving
1.4 --- Measurement in Scientific Study
1.5 --- Uncertainty in Measurement: Significant Figures
Notes Sheet about Classifying Types of Chemical Reactions and Predicting Products.
These notes cover what Precipitation Reactions are and how to write Net Ionic Equations.
These notes cover Acid-Base Chemistry, Molarity and Dilutions, and Bronsted-Lowry Concepts.
These notes cover Redox Reactions, and Oxidation Numbers/Rules.
These notes cover the basics on Properties of Gases & Gas Laws, including the Kinetic Molecular Theory, ABC Gas Laws, Ideal Gas Law, and Daltons Law of Partial Pressures.
These notes cover Energy: Work and Heat, including Internal Energy of a System, and Calorimetry.
These notes cover Enthalpy, specifically Heat gained or lost during a reaction, Exothermic/Endothermic Rxns, Hess's Law, Rules for manipulating Delta H, and how to calculate Enthalpies of Formation.