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These notes are an introduction to basic bonding and orbital levels/shells. There are a few example problems included for reference
These notes finish the review of VSEPR structures and classifications. It also begins to touch on total/net ionic equations and then grams to moles conversions.
Week 3 notes covers limiting reagents, reaction quotients, dynamic equilibrium, and then an introduction to conjugate acids and bases. There are six important equations to memorize as well
A full breakdown of the reviewed material: ionic/covalent bonds, lewis structures of organic and inorganic compounds, VSEPR structure and geometry, limiting reagent, and ionic equations. The new information covered by Professor Smith is important for the upcoming exam and goes over Equilibrium constants, acid/base reactions, important pH and pOH equations that must be memorized, and the identificat
Goes over weak acid or base titrations, Ksp solubility, and ionic solubility equilibriums
There are many practice problems included in these notes
These is a study guide covering the major topics in chem, as well as many practice problems.
The topics that I've gone over in this study guide are acid/base buffers, important pH and pKa equations, steps to make a buffer solution, acid base titrations (as well as for weak acids and bases), solubility rules and equilibria, precipitation reactions, and chemical thermodynamics. I've included practice problems shared by Dr. Smith, so we can be sure similar ones will be on the exam.
An introduction to delta G and another component of thermodynamics
An introduction to electrochemistry, Ecell calculations, and finding the Ksp or other values based on given information. Several equations and constants are given in the notes
Covering rate laws, the graphs for each order, and certain thermodynamic concepts
Shows the different orders and corresponding graph trends, collision theory and the necessary components, and transition state theory
Extremely helpful covering all the material from the midterms, focusing on the types of questions from all three exams. Also includes information needed for the final.
Some sample problems that Smith covered in lecture, so will appear on the final exam