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Notes taken from Dr. Golde's lecture this week.
Notes from lecture. Mainly on buffers.
All of the M topics listed for test one, with detailed annotations from both lecture notes and the book.
Follows the book and uses the example questions from each section so you can check to see if they are correct!
These notes contain mostly examples about how to do equilibrium, titration, neutralization, and buffer solutions questions, and it's definitely on the midterm. Good Luck!
These notes cover materials about how to apply the Gibbs Free Energy equation into problems, and information about how to determine exothermic and endothermic reactions.
Exam two material
These notes are from lecture 2 and 3
This week in class we discussed intermolecular forces, types of solutions, and how intermolecular forces, temperature, and pressure all affect solubility. We also discussed colligative properties, vapor pressure, boiling-point elevation, and freezing-point depression.
This week, we discussed ways of discussing concentration and later explored how to apply them to topics such as vapor pressure, boiling point, and freezing point. The week was mostly about colligative properties, and we discussed laws such as Henry's Law and Raoult's Law.
This week we discussed chemical equilibrium and spectroscopy. Topics introduced included K constants, Le Chatelier's Principle, and partial pressures. We also discussed HNMR and IR spectroscopy and how both methods allow us to identify various molecules.
Covers Solutions, Chemical Equilibrium, and Acid-Base Equilibrium
Acids and Bases
Titrations, Buffers, and Minimally Soluble Compounds
Solubility, Common Ion Effect, Complex Ions, Fractional Precipitation, Effect of pH on Solubility