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Notes taken from the textbook, then used to complete the online reading assignment.
This includes all information he put on his list of terms and also other important things from the chapter.
Hey guys! Finnegan gave us a lot of information for exam prep like topics we need to know and the answers to Exam 1 from last year. What he didn't give us was how to reach the solutions to Exam 1 from last year, so I included that in my study guide. Make sure you also know how to name compounds, the charges of elements, and everything else he listed in "Topic List for Exam 1"
Have fun studying
This includes information he went over, a description of any demos if they were done, and a list of in class questions he did.
Hey guys! I know this class is hard to take notes for, so here they are! I have all of the learning catalytics questions on here, and how to solve them, as well as everything else he goes over.
Exam this friday! Study up :)
Hey guys! I've heard this is the hardest exam in the course, so this study guide should be a lot of extra help. Let's bring up that exam average :)
This study guide covers all the topics in lectures plus some key concepts from the book. I have been making study guides since I took Chem 101 and haven't gotten a grade worse than a B+ since, I hope this can help as much as its been helping me!
The next exam is on Thursday April 16th. This study guide covers every topic on the exam with examples, explanations, and practice questions with answers. Good luck studying!
These are notes for sections 1.5 to 1.8, including key vocab and everything the professor went over in class.
These are notes covering chapter 2 of Chemistry: A molecular approach, including key vocab and class lecture notes
These notes cover section 3.1-3.4, Chemistry: A Molecular Approach, including key vocab and class lecture notes.
This includes all of chapter 4, Chemistry: A molecular approach, as well as all key vocab and class lecture notes.
These notes are a quick overview of the readings for the week!
Outlines what was covered for week 2!
These notes cover March 25-April1st
This notes cover material that will be on exam 3 which is April 14th
This will help you prepare for the Exam on April 14th. Test review problems will be posted sometime on Saturday
These notes cover Valence electron theory, AXE groups,electron geometry,bond angles, and polar and non polar molecules
This is a practice exam used to prepare for exam 1
Notes from the first week of chemistry 105 at Washington State University with Dr. Paul Buckley
Information for Chemistry 105 Exam 1