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This is the lecture notes from Dr. Gorden's class week one. It includes all of the lecture from chapter one!
- Karlee :)
This is Dr. Dute's full set of lecture notes for Chapter one!
- Karlee :)
The first 4 weeks of notes in Dr. Caspar's Freshman Chemistry class leading up to the first test.
This is Chapter 2 Notes for Dr. Casper's Fundamentals Chemistry Freshman class!
Here's Dr. Casper's Freshman chemistry class ch. 3 notes! Hope they are helpful!
I took these notes during the lecture and while reading the book. I also tied in the notes at the SI sessions and put those notes together.
Here are the notes from chapter 3 for Dr. Gorden's class!
Here are the notes for Dr. Gorden's class for the week of September 22nd and 24th! It consists of chapter 4 sections 1-4.
Here are the lecture notes for Dr. Gorden's class from the week of September 29th and October 1st! It consists of the rest of chapter 4, and the beginning of chapter 5! :)
These are Chem 1030 notes from Monday 10/5/15 and Wednesday 10/7/15. If you're not a good note taker, then benefit from these, for I am here to help. I take notes on every important topic discussed in class with examples.
This is a study guide for Fundamentals Chemistry 1 Ch. 4-6. I listed out 5 important questions for each chapter, with a main topic review at the end. Check out my Chem 1030 notes as well!
These are the lecture notes for Dr. Gorden's class for the week of October 6th and 8th!
- Karlee :)
These are the class notes for Chapter 4.
These are the notes from Chapter 4!
The chemistry notes from Chapter 5!
The notes from Chapter 6!
One week of notes from Monday 10/12 and Wednesday 10/14. These are for your convenience. use them if you don't take good notes. I group everything together with all major topics discussed in class.
Here are Dr. Gorden's lecture notes for the end of chapter 5 and all of chapter 6! :)
The notes for Chapter 7!
These notes cover what we discussed in class 1/14/16, 1/19/16, and 1/21/16.
Lecture and Textbook Notes- Chapters 1 and 2
These are the notes in detail for chapter 1 of chemistry with Cagg
Covers chapter 1 and part of chapter 2
covers chapter 2 and part of chapter 3
These are book and lecture notes from Dr.Cagg's class. The material from sections 2.1-2.4 will not be heavily emphasized on the test, but you can still look over it for your knowledge. The stuff from 2.5-2.7 WILL be on the test!
Textbook and Lecture Notes from Chapter 2
These are all the notes Dr. Curtiss has gone over in class up to 1/29, along with corresponding notes taken from the textbook.
These notes cover what we went over in class on 1/26/16 and 1/28/16 and will be on the first exam.
These notes cover section 6.2 Volumes
These notes cover section 6.3 Volumes by Cylindrical shells
These notes cover what we covered on 2/2/16 and 2/4/16. They include a detailed periodic table and diagrams to aid in understanding the electron configuration.
This is the updated version of the study guide for the first chemistry test. These notes cover everything we have discussed in class that pertains to this exam. A detailed periodic table and diagrams that will further explain the material are attached. Also included are worked examples from in-class questions and noted references to the diagrams in the chemistry book that may make an appearance on
Includes a list of vocab words (ch 1-3.4), practice problems, important formulas, a set of notes from both chapters 1 and 2!
Chapter 3 Textbook and Lecture Notes
These notes cover materials from 3.1-3.4, which are the ones that will be one Exam 1
These are the notes from chapter 3, sections 3.1-3.4 ONLY, they cover the book and lectures. This is also what will be on exam 1.
This bundle includes the notes from chapters 1, 2, and 3 (3.1-3.4), along with the study guy guide to help you prepare for our first exam!
These notes cover section 7.1 Integration by Parts
These notes are from the first two classes following our first exam.
These are lecture/book notes for the material in chapter 3.5-3.10.
Chapter 4 Notes
These notes cover the material we went over in class 2/16/16 and 2/18/16 and include diagrams of ionization energy, electron affinity, etc.
These are the chapter 4 book/lecture notes.
These notes cover classes from Feb. 23 and 25.
chapter 5 notes
These notes cover what we went over in class on week 7.
Includes practice questions/ problems from chapter 5 and 6 for the upcoming test.
I am uploading these notes early, since I will be uploading the study guide on Sunday.
chapter 6 notes
I went ahead and posted this early, so that you will have time this weekend to work on it. Remember, I can't include what we learn in class this coming Tuesday, so you will be responsible for that on your own. Good luck!!!
Ch4-6 with some practice problems
Here are a few worked out problems from the book
These notes cover what we went over in class on the eighth week of school. It includes diagrams.
This is the revised and complete study guide for exam 2. It covers everything from Chapters 4, 5, and 6. It includes many diagrams and the worked examples from the book at the end of the document.
This study guide is an overview of all the important concepts of the stuff we need to know for the second exam! This is a great review and a way to see what you know and what you need to look back on, so that you do well on the test! Good Luck!
These notes cover our first two classes back from spring break.
These notes cover the material we went over in class on 3/22/16 and 3/24/16. Diagrams of the VESPR model are included.
These notes cover the first part of chapter 7, along with further hand written explanations and diagrams
covers beginning of chapter 7
These are notes for polarity and balancing equations
These notes cover notes on Molecular geometry from March 29, and March 31.
These notes cover chapter 8 material. I only included sections 8.1, 8.1, and 8.4, since 8.3 was all math, and 8.5 will not be on the test.
These notes cover the material we went over in class 3/29/16 and 3/31/16.
These notes cover chapter 8, 9.1 and 9.2. I also threw in a molecular geometry chart that really helps me.
These notes cover what we went over in class on 4/5/16 and 4/7/16. Diagrams are included.
These notes cover the material we went over on April 12 and April 14. It includes diagrams and worked examples. Enjoy!
These notes cover materials from chapter 7, 8 , and 9. It contains a few diagrams, along with many important concepts and vocabulary words that you should know for the test. Good Luck!!!
This study guide has all information up to the middle of chapter 10 from Thursday.
covers chapter 7-10
This ifs the first draft of the study guide for exam 3. The better version will be out tomorrow after we take notes in class. Stay tuned!!
These notes cover we went over in class on 4/19/16. It includes several diagrams and tables from the chapter.
This is the study guide for Exam 3, which covers everything from molecular geometry, hybridization, chemical reactions, aqueous solutions, acids/bases, oxidation, thermodynamics, and so on. It includes many diagrams and tables from the book that are very useful when studying.
These notes cover chapter 10 up until our test tomorrow.
These notes cover what was said this week in lecture. (sections 10.1-10.5 were covered)
This is the final draft of the study guide for the chemistry final Wednesday, May 4, 2016. It includes all the information that will be on the final exam, starting at Week 1 and ending on Week 15 (this week). Also included are countless diagrams, charts, worked examples, and links that you can follow to further aid in studying.
These notes cover what was said in lecture for sections 10.6-11.3
This study is lengthy, but covers mostly everything we have learned this semester. I recommend doing the problems at the end of each chapter in the book.
These notes cover chapter 11.
These notes cover the material we went over Tuesday, April 26.
These notes cover the material included in chapter 1.
This study guide covers everything that has been gone over in chem 1030 since day 1. Many diagrams/tables/pictures are also included to supplement and better enhance studying for the final. Good Luck!!
final study guide
These are the intro notes to chapter one.
These notes all class lecture notes for chapter 1 in our assigned textbook.
These notes include the chapter 2 notes lectured by Dr. Blumenthal.
They are a little sloppy, but I decided to write them since there were so many diagrams in the lecture.
I hope you guys can still understand them if they aren't neatly typed.
This is the study Guide for the first exam
These notes include chapter 6 lecture notes. They are handwritten because of the multiple diagrams.
These notes cover chapter 5 lecture. If it would be helpful, I can make online flashcards for the items needed to be memorized, but they are listed in the textbook.
These notes cover chapter 7 in the book. I won't lie, I utilized the book heavily for these notes because I thought they made more sense than what was presented in the lecture.
This is the study guide for Exam @ in CHEM 1030.
This is a cumulative study guide for the final exam on Dec. 7.
These notes go over the main concepts covered in Chapter One.
These notes cover Chapter 2 in the Fundamentals of Chemistry textbook.
These notes outline Ch.3 in the textbooks
these notes cover ch. 1- 3 in the textbook
Chapter 7 through Chapter 9
Chapter 1 notes
These notes cover what we have discussed in class so far
These notes cover what we went over through the first week of class
These notes cover what we went over in week two of class, as well as some formulas and problems from Aleks(Objective one), depending on the objectives you were assigned to work on will determine whether these problems and formulas will be helpful for you.
I have attached the study notes that the professor has highlighted/emphasized most in class. I also added problems and formulas that I have worked out, keep in mind some of these files may be out of order when you go to follow along with a problem that I have written all of the steps for, but just know where you're at and pay close attention when reading.
Hope this helps.
Chapter 2 notes with practice problems
These notes go over what we covered on Thursday since we had our first exam on Tuesday.
These notes cover week 4
These notes cover what we went over in class for week 5
these are from the textbook
notes for chapter three, Ions, atoms, orbitals, etc
molecular orbital theory
some practice but not a lot
These notes cover extras and helpful study tricks to help with our exam this coming Tuesday. Please refer to my previous class note upload for the rest of the notes.
These notes cover what is on the study guide I uploaded as well as in class notes
This study guide covers the notes and things gone over in class. Anything from Chapters 5-7 are fair game, but these things were brought up in class. Look at past exams 2 & 3 on the Canvas home page, as some potential questions for this exam can be on either.
These notes cover what we went over in class
these notes cover what we went over last week in class
looking over old tests might help too
Class notes from week 8