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Gen Chem with Qual Analysis II

by: Bridie Lynch

Gen Chem with Qual Analysis II CHM 1046C

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Date Created: 10/29/15
Chapter 1 Chemistry and Measurement I Science Methodical accumulation of knowledge A Scienti c method measurementobservation law thinking hypothesis B Everchanging theoretical models II Chemistry Study of matter and matterenergy interaction A What is chemistry B Why study chemistry III Classify matter A by physical state solid liquid gas B by composition mixtures compounds and elements 1 physical properties and changes 2 chemical properties and changes IV Measurements units A Signi cant Figures B Units unit pre xes derived units C Unit conversionsdimensional analysis Chapter 2 Atoms Molecules and Ions I Atomic structure A Dalton s Atomic Theory B JJ Thompson cathode ray tubes electrons C Robert Millikan39s oil drop experiment charge on the electron D Ernest Rutherford39s gold foil experiment neutrons E Isotope symbols neutron protons and electrons F Atomic mass unit G Periodic table metals metalloids and nonmetals II Formulas nomenclature A Ionic vs molecular compounds B Organic vs inorganic compounds C Ionic compound nomenclature D Molecular compound nomenclature E Chemical equations writing balancing Chapter 3 Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations 1 Calcs with chemical formulas and moles A Amu mole and Avogadro39s number B Mass lt gt moles lt gt number ofmolecules and atoms C Molecular weight and formula weight D Formula lt gt mass 11 Chemical equations A Stoichiometry B Moles and masses of reactantsproducts in reactions C Limiting reactant theoretical yield yield Chapter 4 Chemical Reactions Writing chemical equations recognizing reaction types and predicting the products of reactions 1 Electrolytes A Electrolytes and nonelectrolytes B Weak and strong electrolytes 11 Chemical equations A Molecular equations B Net ionic equations III Types of reactions recognize and predict products A Precipitation reactions B Acidbase reactions 1 Strong and weak acids 2 Strong and weak bases 3 Less common bases NH3 and COg39z C Oxidationreduction reactions 1 Oxidation numbers 2 ActiVity series 3 Half reactions IV Molar concentration of solutions mol A Calculations M 7 B Dilution calcs C Quantitative analysis 1 Volumetric analysis titration 2 GraVimetric analysis purity Chapter 5 The Gaseous State 1 Pressure measurement II Empirical Gas Laws A Boyle s Law B Charles39 Law C Avogadro39s Law D CombinedIdeal Gas Law 111 Additional Gas Law calculations A Gas density and molecular weight B Gas stoichiometry IV Dalton39s Law of Partial Pressures mole fraction V KineticMolecular Theory of Gases A Qualitative explanations of gas properties B Conditions for nonideal real behavior VI RMS speeds of gases diffusion and effusion rates Chapter 6 Thermochemistry 1 Energy Potential Kinetic and AE II Enthalpy Aern III Measuring qrxn IV AHmnAHorxn V Hess39 Law VI Food Cal Chapter 7 Quantum Theory of the Atom 1 Wave Properties A Wavelength frequency speed B Behavior refraction and diffraction 11 Pieces to the atom structure puzzle A Blackbody radiation Max Planck B Photoelectric effect Albeit Einstein C Line spectra Niels Bohr 1 Energy levels energy level diagrams 2 Electrons change E levels emission and absorption of photons D Wave nature of particles Louis de Broglie E Quantum model of the atom l Uncertainty principle Werner Heisenberg 2 Schrodinger equation 1 1 2 orbitals 111 Quantum numbers and orbitals A Allowable values of the four quantum numbers B 711 spd subshell notation C Orbital shapes Chapter 8 Electron Configurations and Periodicity 1 Spin and the spin quantum number 11 Electron con guration some exceptions III Orbital diagrams A Hund s rule for multiorbital shells B Magnetic properties of elements C Flying frogs Pigs don39t frogs do IV Periodicity A Atom and ion sizes B Successive ionization energies C Electron affinity electronegativity D Descriptive chemistry of the maingroup elements Chapter 9 Ionic and Covalent Bonding I Ionic bonding A Electron con guration of ions B Ionic radii II Covalent bonding A Bond energy and bond length B ElectronegatiVity differences and bond polarity C Lewis dot structures 1 Octet rule 2 Formal charges 3 Resonance delocalized electrons D More on bond energy and bond length 1 Bond order 2 Estimating Aern Chapter 10 Molecular Geometry and Chemical Bonding Theory I VSEPR and the number of quotthingsquot attached A Molecular shape and AXHEn molecule type B Bond angles and molecular polarity II Valence bond theory A Hybrid atomic orbitals B o sigma and TE pi bonds III Molecular orbital theory of bonding not covered Chapter 11 States of Matter Liquids and Solids I Phases A Phase transitions B Various properties of phases II Intermolecular forces A Dipoledipole B Londondispersive C Hydrogenbonding III Types of solids A Crystalline vs amorphous B Types of crystalline solids C Cubic unit cells Chapter 12 Solutions 1 Terminology II Solubility factors III Concentration A Mass B Mole fraction C Molarity D Molality IV Vapor pressure V Colligative properties VI Colloids micelles Chapter 13 Materials of Technology not covered Chapter 14 Rates of Reaction I Kinetics what is it II Reaction rates Rate B Rate constant k C Orders of reaction III Determining orders of reaction A Method of initial rates B Integrated rate laws C Halflife IV Integrated rate laws concentration and time calcs V Collision theory temp rate activation energy VI Reaction mechanism A Ratedetermining step B Catalysts Chapter 15 Chemical Equilibrium I Equilibrium constant K II K calc d from concentrations at equilibrium III Kp IV Sum reactions multiply K s V Qualitative interpretation of K VI Calc of equilibrium concentrations VII Q direction of reaction VIII Le Chatelier s principle effect of stress on equilibrium Chapter 16 Acids and Bases I Typesdefinitions of acids and bases A Arrhenius acids and bases B BronsteadLowry acids and bases 1 Conjugate bases 2 Conjugate acids C Lewis acids and bases II Relative acid and base strength A An acid or base vs its conjugate B Acid strength based on structure III KW IV pH V Indicators Chapter 17 AcidBase Equilibria 1 K211 Kaz A pH of weak acid and base solutions B Solving or simplifying quadratics II Kb III pH of salt solutions IV Commonion effect V Buffers VI Titrations Chapter 18 Solubility and Complex Ion Equilibria 1 Ksp II Common ion effect A Solubility B Precipitation C Fractional precipitation and separation III Complex ions B Solublilityfree ion concentration IV Qualitative Analysis Chapter 19 Thermodynamics and Equilibrium I Enthalpy H A Change in enthalpy AH B Phase changes C A Temperature D Reactions 11 AG Gibbs free energy A Spontaneousnonspontaneous B AGf C AG and K Q D Spontaneity and temperature Chapter 20 Electrochemistry I Voltaic cells 11 Cell notation HI Eocen on Ered IV Eocen AG and K V Eocen the Nemst equation conc i 1M VI Stoichiometry of electrolysis VII If time A Corrosion B Fuel cell C Limits of electrolysis in aqueous solution Chapter 21


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