Chemistry Experiments in General Chemistry
Experiments in General Chemistry

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Ch.1 - Chemistry and Measurement

The Scientific Method Mixtures Scientific Notation Scientific Notation Accuracy & Precision Standard Deviation, Mean, Median & Mode Metric Prefixes Significant Figures Energy, Heat and Temperature Physical & Chemical Changes Physical & Chemical Properties Dimensional Analysis Density End of Chapter 1 Problems

Ch.2 - Atoms, Molecules and Ions

Periodic Table Subatomic Particles Atomic Theory Chemical Bonds Polyatomic Ions Naming Covalent Compounds Naming Ionic Compounds Naming Acids End of Chapter 2 Problems

Ch.3 - Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations

Mole Concept Empirical Formula Mass Percent Formula Balancing Chemical Equations Functional Groups in Chemistry

BONUS: Lab Techniques and Procedures

Laboratory Materials Experimental Error Distillation & Floatation Chromatography Filtration and Evaporation Extraction Test for Ions and Gases

BONUS: Mathematical Operations and Functions

Multiplication and Division Operations Addition and Subtraction Operations Power and Root Functions Logarithmic and Natural Logarithmic Functions The Quadratic Formula

Ch.4 - Chemical Reactions

Stoichiometry Molarity Normality & Equivalent Weight Solubility Rules Net Ionic Equations Redox Reaction Activity Series End of Chapter 4 Problems

Ch.5 - The Gaseous State

Pressure Units Manometer Partial Pressure The Ideal Gas Law Standard Temperature and Pressure Root Mean Square Speed Kinetic Molecular Theory Van der Waals Equation End of Chapter 5 Problems

Ch.6 - Thermochemistry

Internal Energy Calorimetry Hess's Law Enthalpy of Formation End of Chapter 6 Problems End of Chapter 6 Problems

Ch.7 - Quantum Theory of the Atom

Wavelength and Frequency Diffraction vs Refraction The Particle Nature of Light Photoelectric Effect De Broglie Wavelength Bohr Model Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

Ch.8 - Electron Configurations and Periodicity

Electron Configuration The Spin Quantum Number Orbital Shapes Periodic Trends: Atomic Radius Periodic Trends: Ionic Radius Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy Periodic Trends: Electron Affinity End of Chapter 7 Problems

Ch.9 - Ionic and Covalent Bonding

Chemical Bonds Lattice Energy Dipole Moment Lewis Dot Structure Octet Rule Formal Charge Resonance Structures

Ch.10 - Molecular Geometry and Chemical Bonding Theory

Molecular vs Electron Geometry Bond Angles Molecular Polarity Hybridization Molecular Orbital Theory

Ch.11 - States of Matter: Liquids and Solids

Intermolecular Forces Phase Diagram Clausius-Clapeyron Equation Molecular Orbital Theory Unit Cell

Ch.12 - Solutions

Solutions, Molarity and Intermolecular Forces The Colligative Properties

Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics: Rates of Reaction

Rate of Reaction Average Rate of Reaction Rate Law Integrated Rate Law

Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium

Chemical Equilibrium ICE Chart Le Chatelier's Principle The Reaction Quotient

Ch.15 - Acid and Base - Part 1

Identifying Acids and Bases Arrhenius Acid and Base Bronsted Lowry Acid and Base Amphoteric Lewis Acid and Base

Ch.15 - Acid and Base - Part 2

pH and pOH Ka and Kb

Ch.16 - Acid-Base Equilibria - Part 1

Ionic Salts Buffer

Ch.16 - Acid-Base Equilibria - Part 2

Acid and Base Titration Curves Weak Acid Strong Base Titrations Weak Base Strong Acid Titrations Ksp

Ch.18 - Thermodynamics and Equilibrium

Spontaneous Reaction Entropy Gibbs Free Energy

Ch.19 - Electrochemistry

Redox Reaction Balancing Redox Reaction The Nernst Equation Faraday's Constant Galvanic Cell

Ch.20 - Nuclear Chemistry

Radioactive Decay First Order Half Life

Ch.21 - Chemistry of the Main-Group Elements

Hydrogen Atom Alkali Metals Alkaline Earth Metals Alkaline Earth Metals Reactions Periodic Trends and Diagonal Relationships Boron Family Carbon Family Nitrogen Family Oxygen Family Halogens

Ch.22 - Transition Elements and Coordination Chemistry

Transition Metals Transition Metals Properties Coordination Complexes Naming Coordination Compounds Coordination Isomers

Ch.23 - Organic Chemistry

Introduction to Organic Chemistry Structural Formula Chirality Optical Isomers Hydrocarbon The Alkyl Group Naming Alkanes Naming Alkenes Naming Alkynes Alkane Reactions Alkenes and Alkynes Benzene Reactions Functional Groups Alcohol Reactions Carboxylic Acid Derivative Reactions

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