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This study guide includes information from chapter 1 through chapter 4.5. The study guide has definitions, equations, and step by step processes. It is meant to be used to assist your studying as an ou
These notes only include isotopes and sig figs the study guide includes more information
These notes explain the reason for stoichometry and a worked problem for empirical formulas
These notes include handwritten problems done two ways for dillution. I find M1V2=M2V2 easiest
These notes include definitions for molarity, solutes, solution, solvent, dillution, precipitation, redox, acid base reactions, strong and weak electrolytes, and non electrolytes. There are hand written dillution and molarity problems done in class as well.
These notes include acid base reactions, predicting precipitation, ionic equations, molecular formula, net ionic equations and a soluabilty chart
These notes are for general chemistry one. They include hand written problems with a step by step guide on: solving for reactants in solution, volume of base needed for titration of acids, and how to determine molar mass of an unknown acid in titration reactions. I hope this helps!
Theses notes cover ionic and net ionic equations acid base neutralization,naming acids, double displacement reactions, identifying weak and strong acids and bases, titration for acid and bases and redox reactions, rules for assigning oxidation numbers, and how to identify redox reactions.
This is a study guide that I made after going over the practice exams and my notes. It includes types of equations (molecular, ionic, and net ionic), step by step problems, titration, redox reactions,
These notes cover everything from chapter 1 through the majority of chapter 10. I suggest practicing problems from MCAT practice exams and use this to guide you through. Review the instructors notes and the rest of chapter 10 before the exam date.