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First two weeks of chem131 notes based on chapters 1 and 2 !
Chapter 3 discusses Quantized energy states and quantum numbers
Chapter 4 discusses electron configuration and periodic trends (Z effective).
Chem131 Exam 1 Study guide
Notes for Chapter 1 of the textbook
These notes cover the very basics of chemistry before we get into the nitty gritty.
These notes cover what professor Rastogi went over in class as well as material from the text that we were to go over ourselves in Chapter 1&2
These notes cover what professor Rastogi went over in lecture as well as important material from the chapter we were supposed to cover ourselves. Chapter 1&2.
All of these notes are based off of information within the textbook.
All of these notes are based off of information from the textbook. Enjoy!
All of the notes are based off of information from the textbook. Enjoy!
These notes cover the particle nature of light, the threshold frequency condition, emission spectra, Boh'rs model of an atom included energy states, the Rydberg formula, DeBrogile relation, Heisengburg's Uncertanty Principle, Probabillity Density and the Principle Quantum nnumbers.
These notes are missing a bit as the second lecture I went to was ahead of my normal one and those notes will be fi
These notes cover what professor Rastogi went over in lecture as well as important material from the chapter we were supposed to cover ourselves. Chapter 3.
These notes cover all that wasn't covered in CHEM131 week 2 notes
These notes cover electron configuration, electron spin, Pauli Exclusion Principle, Coulomb's Law, sheilding and penetration as well as what counts as a valence electron.
These notes cover what professor Rastogi went over in lecture as well as important material from the chapter we were supposed to cover ourselves. Chapter 4.
These notes cover chapter 5 about molecules and compounds. All info is taken from the textbook. Good luck!
This is a rough study guide for Exam 1 for CHEM131. It is broken down into 5 parts: Memorize, Know, Know How to, Be Able to Explain, and How to Study for this Exam.
On certain things I will create mini review sheets on how to tackle certain problems based on different concepts in the guides to follow.
This study guide covers what the chapters we have gone over so far along with a formula sheet that should be similar to the one given to us on the test.
Hey guys this is the study guide for the first exam that reviews chapters 1-5. Good luck on the exam and enjoy!
These notes cover nomenclature and the mole concept for molecules.
These notes are based off the textbook. Good luck!
These notes take place just after the exam on chapter 6
These notes cover information from chapter 7. All info is taken from the textbook. Enjoy!
These notes cover the Octet rule, Resonance, VESPR theory and molecular and electron geometry.
These notes cover chapter 7 and all information is taken from the textbook. I'll upload better notes tomorrow. Enjoy!
These notes go over more examples of hybridization
These notes cover molartiy and concentration.
On acids and bases.
THese notes cover enthalpy, heat and work.
These notes cover what will be on the next exam from Ideal Gas Law, and more problems with heat, enthalpy and work.
This study guide covers everything for the next exam
THis is the study guide for most of the final unfortunatly it doesn't include proper sections with molecular and electron geometry so those will be uploaded later.
These cover some of what wasn't covered in the original final study guide
Notes of reading for CHEM131 of chapter 3.1-3.3 if you haven't done the reading or just need some notes to summarize what you've read.
If you have any problems reading what I've written feel free to ask me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These textbook notes are from the rest of chapter 3.
- These notes cover Chapter 2 of the textbook
Textbook notes for chapters 1-3 in general chemistry
Pink - vocab word
Blue - section title
Yellow - emphasis
Green - VERY IMPORTANT
These are textbook notes that have material which will be covered in our next lecture.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions or can't read my handwriting.
Reupload with easier to read and complete notes.
The second part of notes for chapter 4.
Feel free to ask me if you have trouble reading my notes.
Naming Compounds Basics. Exam 1 will be chapters 1-5 according to the reading schedule. A study guide will be posted soon.
Our first exam is coming up and here's the study guide for chapter 1-5! It's 10 pages long so there's a lot of content in it. Good luck everyone!
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the notes.
Part two of textbook notes for chapter 6.
Notes for chapter 7.
Chapter 8: Chemical Reactions and Chemical Quantities
Chapter 10 notes
Study Guide for Exam II. It's a lot of content and the study guide is 17 pages.
Chapter 11 Textbook Notes
Chapter 12 Textbook Notes. Use them if you need them.
Notes for Chapter 16 from textbook
Final Study Guide
This includes a lot of helpful hints and a guide of what you need to know for Exam 1.
From Chapters 1-5 in the Chem 131 textbook. Based on textbook and lecture notes.
This is just a condensed version of the lecture on Thursday where she outlined the expectations of the exam.
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Introduction to General Chemistry
Chemistry science is that science study of matter and elements chemical, physical properties , and change in chemical, physical properties of matter.
The difference between atom and molecule that atom is the main base of matter, where molecule is combination of atoms, so combinations of atoms make molecules , for example H2 is molecule of Hydrogen gas , it is combination of two atom of Hydrogen, also Oxygen molecule O2 is combination of two atom of Oxygen gas.