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These notes cover Lecture Videos A-D! Study this and the formulas found in it to do well on the test. In addition study Lecture videos E and F, and you will be fully prepared.
These notes cover what energy is and their types
Color-coordinated detailed notes about lecture on 2/10! Arrhenius equations, frequency factors, reaction mechanisms, elementary reactions, intermediates, molecularity, unimolecular reactions, bimolecular reactions, termolecular reactions
Exam One Material
These notes cover how ionic compounds dissociate in water, molarity, dilution equation, molality, and parts of solute by parts of solution examples. These notes cover chapter 4.1: Solution Concentration and the Role of Water as a Solvent and chapter 13.5: other concentration terms. We learned these topics in lecture during week 4. Hope they help!
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These notes cover the information from chapter 14 of the chemistry textbook as well as information from Dr. Orgill's lectures.
This study guide includes the key concepts to know and practice problems showing you the equations involved and the entire process to get to the answer. Good luck!
This document covers all of chapter 11
Associate Professor Mathew M. Maye
These are the notes from the lecture on February 13th.
These notes cover our first exam
Detailed, color-coded notes about 2/5 lecture! Covers reaction orders, flooding, integrated rate laws, and initial rates. Legible handwriting!
These notes cover the fundamentals of chemistry and vocabulary.
Covers what will on Exam 1
- covers organic material and kinetics
Detailed, color-coded notes covering the things in lecture this day! Legible handwriting!
These notes cover the first three sections of Chapter 15 from the chemistry textbook, as well as information from Dr. Orgill's lectures.
The half-life for zero, first and second-order reactions, activation energy, transition state, reaction coordinate diagram, activated complex
This is the study guide for the first exam of CHEM 121.
These are the notes from the lecture on February 10th.