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a study guide covering section 7.3 through chapter 14. if more material from chapter 14 is covered in class, it will be added to the study guide and uploaded once again
an extension to the study guide!
These are thorough notes of Dr. Squillacotes lectures on acids and bases.
These are thorough notes on Dr. Squillacotes' lectures on Acids and Bases
These are my thorough lecture notes for Dr. Squillacote's lectures on acids and bases (post exam).
these are thorough notes on buffer solutions.
Exam study Gide I
has everything we've covered up until now; further notes gone over in class will be posted at a later date
Chemistry 1040 Practice Final Exam Professor Michael Squillacote Fall, 2015 Name:________________________________________________________________ E-mail:_______________________________________________________________ See attached last page for Constants and Equations Score: 1
These notes include a review of Chapter 7.3 relating to intermolecular forces and new material for Chapter 12: Liquids and Solids.
Just a syllabus for parctice
These notes are to help people get through their Aleks 1 objective and also help with the final Aleks objective in May
Includes all notes so far over the material in Chapter 13: Physical Properties of Solutions.
CHEM 1040 Yngard's in class notes for chapters 7.3 - 13
Notes from Chapter 7.3 in Atoms First and in class.
Auburn University, CHEM 1040, Yngard
In class notes over chapter 12 from Atoms First.
This includes what has been discussed so far in class that correlates to chapter 14.
In class notes over chapter 13 from Dr. Yngard
Compilation of questions from the book, from class, and from myself. Great study tool for chapters 7.3, 12-14 from Atoms First textbook.
This is a study guide of all pertinent information that has been discussed so far and can show up on the exam.
These notes are from 2/10/2016 to 2/12/2016. We had a test that Monday, so no notes from that date.
These notes cover all of chapter 15, and this material will be on exam 2
These materials include information in chapter 16
These notes are an overview of important material from chapters 15 and 16 that will be important for the test!
These notes cover what will be on our next exam including information dealing with buffer solutions, acid-base titrations, solubility equilibria, and factors that affect solubility.
Dr. Yngards Fundamentals of Chemistry II. Study guide for exam three, covering chapters 17-19.4. Good luck!
These notes cover everything in the SS EN training.
These notes discuss what will be on our next exam in addition to what we have talked about in class this week!
covers most of what we did in the first class
all the topics we covered
These notes cover Chapter 14, entropy and free energy.
Covers Exam #1 Material
Covers Exam 1 material
contains things that will be asked on next class
These notes cover Chapter 15, chemical equilibriums.
These notes cover chemical equilibriums, acids, bases, salts, acid-base equilibria, and solubility equilibria.
These notes cover acids, bases, and salts.
Exam 1- Yngard
discusses' liquids and solids; capillary action, condensed phases, surface tension and viscosity
Includes sublimation, melting, boiling etc.
Step by step phase change problems
Problems solved for phase changes
Solved vapor pressure problems
Osmotic pressure, % ionization
Solving problems and overall entropy understanding
Solutions and explains how entropy increases
determining spontaneity; delta G and entropy
Aleks homework; examples and such
equilibrium solutions and concepts
solving equilibrium expressions
solving equilibrium equations
Acids and bases identified
Determining conjugates acids and bases
more calculations and galvanic cells
This note outline, using information from class and the textbook, covers a comprehensive review of the chapters Dr. Yngard specified to read in preparation for the upcoming lectures. This information is from last course (Chem I) but includes valuable topics such as intermolecular forces and reading heating curves.
This note outline, using information from the textbook and notes from class, covers Chapter 11: solutions. Although it says week 2, it's actually a compilation of weeks 2 and 3 considering the snow day
This note outline, using information from the textbook and lecture, covers all of Chapter 12: Thermodynamics. Crucial topics included are entropy, gibbs free energy, and plenty of equations.
This note outline, using information from the textbook and notes from class, covers a beginning portion of Chaper 13: Chemical Kinetics. This includes rate law, reaction order, and changes in rate due to temperature shown by the arrhenius equation.
This study guide covers chapters a comprehensive review of chapters 6, 9, 11-13 for the upcoming exam. Topics covered are intermolecular forces, solutions/ solubility, osmosis, entropy, gibbs free energy, reaction orders, rate laws, integrated rate laws, and manipulating equations in order to solve the (lots of) math on the exam. Ive used information from the textbook and notes from class, as well
osmosis, properties of solutions
reaction rates and reaction mechanisms
Here are the notes for the beginning of Chapter 14, which covers dynamic equilibrium, the reaction quotient, the equilibrium constant, and gaseous equilibria. There are examples and formulas with descriptions.
Everything we covered in lecture, but explained more thoroughly. all the problems are answered
This note outline, using information from lecture and the textbook, covers Chapter 14: Chemical Equilibrium. Topics covered are the reaction constant, and reversing reactions or seeing where they "lean to" in terms of more reactants or products formed at equilibrium.
These notes cover the end of chapter 14 and the beginning of chapter 15
everything you want to study/know for our upcoming test
This note outline, using information from class and the book, covers chapter 15; acids and bases. Topics included are strong acids and bases, finding pH, and salts.
all the notes we covered in class plus extra material from the textbook
This note outline, using information from the textbook and notes from class, covers the beginning of Chapter 16. This chapter introducers buffers and how to find their pH.
all the notes we covered in class and all the problems
This note outline, using information from class and the textbook, covers chapter 16 (buffers and titrations). Formulas such as the Henderson-Hasselbach are included, as well as how to calculate the pH throughout the different stages of a titration!
all the notes and problems we went over in lecture
everything you must know for our exam
This study guide covers everything that will be on Test 3 of chapters 16 and 17! Topics are equilibrium shift of ionization by the common ion effect, pH, or complex ion formation. Acid titrations are covered in depth with a handy description of what to do to find the pH at every point of a titration. Solubility is also included, with ksp calculations and changing solubility or % dissolution. Chapte
all the notes we covered in class and problems with answers
all the notes and problems we covered in lecture
everything we have learned all year :,)
This study guide has all the concepts we covered this semester, beginning with a review of chapter 6 all the way to nuclear chemistry!! Study this (alongside re-doing practice problems) and you'll be ready for the final!!
This is the last portion of chem 1040, chapter 17: Electrochemistry!! It's got information from the textbook and notes from class. Topics covered are electrolytic cells and voltaic cells.