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I'm pretty sure these materials are like the Rosetta Stone of note taking. Thanks Tony!!!
Notes taken from lecture, week 1
Lab 1 Report
If you're too lazy to write your purpose and methods, here is my work. I always got a 5/5 on these.
Basic class notes from Chemistry 152
The first two lecture notes including teacher information and review of acids and bases.
The first page is blank.
First week of material. Covers acids, bases, and buffers.
Overview of the first 2 weeks material with an in depth look of the composition and buffer system within blood and overall rules to know for midterm 1.
ICE table method (step by step how-to-solve)
Le Chatlier's Principle respect to change in concentration and pressure/volume
Ksp respect to Q values and their meanings
What is Equilibrium?
Acids and Bases (a list of strong acids) relationship between strength of A/B to bond strength
Buffers, Buffer Capacity
A/B and Salts, Ka, Kb, Kw.
Polyprotic Acids, pH, pKa.
notes taken during lectures!
review for kinetics and bonding!
We're starting thermodynamics!
Notes about thermo: enthalpy
more thermo lecture notes with some notes from ALEKS about entropy and free energy!
Rules to follow that will help qualitatively predict reaction entropy.
These notes are rather simple as syllabus week does not contain as much content.
These notes are from the lectures from the first week.
The rest will be up soon
Notes from Chapter 6 from the book and lectures.
Stuff that's going to be on the midterm
These notes cover all of the Chapter 7 reading
These notes cover all of the readings from chapter 8
These notes cover the first part of unit 1: Chemical Equilibrium
Ending unit 1 and starting unit 2: acids and bases
Unit: Acids and Bases continued
Unit 2: Acids and Bases continued
Unit 2: acids and bases
On exam 2
New unit: Unit 3 on Thermodynamics
solubility, enthalpy, entropy
Unit 2 and Unit 3 coverage