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A very brief history of chemistry
These notes cover the entire semester for CHE 1101.
The notes are ordered by when they were taught so don't be alarmed if chapter 7 appears before chapter 3. The chapters, as well as the sections, have been highlighted in yellow in order for you to find the information you need more easily. There is also a Chem Lab study guide at the end for you to use on your lab final.
Good luck studying!
Elements, Compounds, and the Periodic Table
chapter 5, 6, 8, 9
This material covers
Apply the Scientific method to historic discoveries of Chemistry
What is an atom and its structure
Law of definite proportions
Law of Conservation of mass
Dalton's Atomic Theory
Faraday, Thomson, Milikan, Rutherford, Geiger, Marsden, Chadwick
Chemical symbol, periodic table
Atomic mass units, average atomic masses
This weeks notes include:
Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous
Matter and classification
Physical and chemical changes and properties
How to measure physical and chemical changes
Quantitative vs Qualitative observations
Uncertainty of Measurements
Accuracy vs Precision
These notes cover
Groups vs periods
Metals, non-metals, metalliods, transition metals
Ionic vs Molecular compounds
Chemical reactions and equations
These notes cover
ionic charge predictions
Ionics compound rules
Naming binary ionic compounds
polyatomic ion rules
balancing equations and the rules
Chapter 7 notes, the exam review guide from the test that week and the notes taken the class period before the exam
These notes cover the composition and classification of matter.
Periodic Properties and Valence Electrons
These gives an overview of possible topics that will be on the test covering Ch. 6, 7, and 3.
These notes are going to be on our test, Wednesday.
This is brief introduction into our new topic that we will be learning.
This a continuation of Ch. 3 notes
These chapter 4 notes will be on our test.
Here is a study guide for the topics on our upcoming test (Nov. 6)
These notes cover the various reaction types as well as solubility rules.
These notes cover chapter 5.
These notes contained more information about enthaply and discuss topics in chapter 19
These notes are a continuation of enthalpy and will be on our upcoming exam.
This provides an outline for the topics that will be on our test this Friday.