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Notes based on the lectures, textbooks, and powerpoints. Chapter 4 covers how atoms bond with each other.
These notes cover the basics of nomenclature and functional groups
These notes review intermolecular forces, cis/trans isomers, and nomenclature. In lab we learned elemental analysis.
Practical reports on experiments done in the laboratory in collaboration with the theory part of Chemistry and biology
These notes go over when to use the Gibbs free equation under standard state conditions, and nonstandard state conditions.
Notes based off of the textbook, lectures, and powerpoints. Chapter 5 covers stoichiometry or chemical accounting.
Chapter 5 Study Guide
These notes are just the functional groups covered during the course schedule. Almost 77 functional groups are on the page that we need to remember in the back of our heads.
These notes cover cis/trans isomers, and an overview of the most important functional groups
An atom is the smallest particle of matter consisting of a positively charged nucleus and
negatively charged electrons. The protons and neutrons are present in the nucleus and all the electrons revolve around the nucleus in definite orbits.
These are the practice problems under each objective
Notes based off of the lecture, powerpoints, and textbook. This chapter covers atomic structure.
The chemicals and pesticides alter the basic composition of the soil. They may kill essential soil organisms which contribute to the structure and fertility of soil. The chemicals and pesticides may also make the soil toxic for plant growth. Many pesticides or their degradation products are absorbed by plants and may reach animals and humans via food chains, and prove harmful. The use of inorganic fertilizers spoils the quality of the soil in the long run.
These are Week 4 Notes about calculating Hess's Law, Gibb's Energy, and using clausius claperyon equation.
This study guide covers chapters 6-7 and the key points that will be on the exam.
Chapter 6 covers intermolecular forces and their effects on atoms and molecules like the formation of the states of matter.
Chapter 7 covers the properties of acids and bases and their uses.
These notes cover exactly whats on the exam
These notes are from week 1-2 on Crystal Field Theory and bonding in metal complexes, including distortions, stabilization energy, different geometries, and trends in splitting parameters.
These notes are what we have covered during the first week of the Lecture. This portion of the module covers previously learned information from CHM 1025, such as Scientific Notation, Rounding, Significant Figures, Accuracy/Precision, Dimensional Analysis, and Conversions.