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Table of Contents
Unit 1. Introduction to Chemistry
Section 1.1 Introduction to Chemistry
Section 1.2 Chemical Reactions/Physical Processes
Section 1.3 Three Phases of Matter
Section 1.4 Symbols of Elements I
Section 1.5 Chemical Compounds
Section 1.6 Temperature Conversions
Unit 2. Units and Measurements
Section 2.1 Scientific Notation
Section 2.2 Significant Figures
Section 2.3 Measurement and Interpolation
Section 2.4 Metric Prefixes
Section 2.5 Dimensional Analysis/Unit Conversion
Section 2.6 Density and Volume Problems
Unit 3. Chemical Nomenclature
Section 3.1 Names/Symbols of Elements II
Section 3.2 Molecules and Ions
Section 3.3 Cations and Anions
Section 3.4 Ionic Compounds
Section 3.5 Acids, Bases, and Salts
Section 3.6 Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures
Unit 4. Stoichiometry
Section 4.1 The MOLE Concept
Section 4.2 Mole/Mass Calculations
Section 4.3 Molar Conversion Factors
Section 4.4 Limiting Reactants and Yield
Section 4.5 Percent Composition
Section 4.6 Empirical Formulas
Unit 5. Chemical Reaction
Section 5.1 Solubility Rules
Section 5.2 Products of Metathesis Reactions
Section 5.3 Ionic/Net Ionic Equations
Section 5.4 Balancing Equations
Section 5.5 Predicting Products of Reactions
Section 5.6 Single Displacement/Activity Series
Unit 6. Molarity of Solution
Section 6.1 Molar Concentration
Section 6.2 Titrations
Section 6.3 Volumetric Analysis
Section 6.4 Molarity of Ions
Section 6.5 Redox Titrations
Unit 7. Properties of Gases
Section 7.1 Intuitive Behavior of Gases
Section 7.2 Gas Law Problems
Section 7.3 Ideal Gas Law
Section 7.4 Mixture of Gases
Section 7.5 Kinetic Theory of Gases
Unit 8. Thermochemistry
Section 8.1 Heat Capacity Problems
Section 8.2 Phase Changes and Heat
Section 8.3 Calorimetry Problems
Section 8.4 Internal Energy and Work
Section 8.5 Exothermic and Endothermic Processes
Section 8.6 Enthalpy Change Problems
Unit 9. Atomic Structure
Section 9.1 Elementary Particles and Isotopes
Section 9.2 Light, Energy and Electron Transitions
Section 9.3 Orbital Box Model of Electrons
Section 9.4 Electron Configuration I
Section 9.5 Electron Configuration II
Section 9.6 Quantum Numbers
Unit 10. Oxidation Reduction
Section 10.1 Identifying Species of REDOX Reactions
Section 10.2 Determining Oxidation Number
Section 10.3 Balancing Simple REDOX Equations
Section 10.4 Half-Reaction Method
Section 10.5 Balancing Complex REDOX Equations
Section 10.6 Balancing Reactions in Basic Media
Unit 11. Periodic Properties
Section 11.1 Size of Atoms and Ions
Section 11.2 Ionization Energy and Electron Affinity
Section 11.3 Metals, Nonmetals, and Families
Section 11.4 Valence Electrons and Charge of Ion
Section 11.5 Acidity and Basicity
Unit 12. Polyatomic Structures
Section 12.1 Electronegativity and Bond Polarity
Section 12.2 Lewis Dot Diagrams
Section 12.3 Shapes of Ions and Molecules
Section 12.4 Resonance and Formal Charge
Section 12.5 Review of Molecular Shapes
Unit 13. Covalent Bonding
Section 13.1 Orbital Shapes in Molecules
Section 13.2 Orbital Hybridization
Section 13.3 Bonding in Organic Structures
Section 13.4 Polarity in Molecules
Section 13.5 Molecular Orbital Theory
Unit 14. Liquids and Solids
Section 14.1 Changes of Physical State
Section 14.2 Types of Bonding in Solids
Section 14.3 Crystalline Solids
Section 14.4 Types of Bonding in Liquids
Section 14.5 Vapor Pressure
Section 14.6 Phase Diagrams
Unit 15. Properties of Solutions
Section 15.1 Solvents and Solutions
Section 15.2 Concentration Calculations
Section 15.3 Pressure and Temperature Effects
Section 15.4 Vapor Pressure of Solutions
Section 15.5 F.P. Lowering and B.P. Raising
Unit 16. Chemical Kinetics
Section 16.1 Reaction Rates from Chemical Data
Section 16.2 Rate Law Equations
Section 16.3 Experimental Kinetics
Section 16.4 First Order Rate Problems
Section 16.5 Reaction Mechanisms
Section 16.6 Temperature and Rate
Unit 17. Chemical Equilibria
Section 17.1 Equilibrium Law and Kc
Section 17.2 Gas Equilibrium and Kp
Section 17.3 Heterogeneous Equilibria
Section 17.4 Equilibrium Calculations
Section 17.5 Le Chateliers Principle
Unit 18. Acid-Base Equilibria
Section 18.1 Acid-Base Reactions
Section 18.2 Kw and pH Calculations
Section 18.3 pH Meter Simulation
Section 18.4 Strong Acids and Bases
Section 18.5 Weak Acids and Bases
Unit 19. Buffers and Hydrolysis
Section 19.1 Salt Hydrolysis
Section 19.2 Common Ion Effect
Section 19.3 Buffers
Section 19.4 Titration Calculations
Section 19.5 Titration Curves
Unit 20. Solubility Equilibria
Section 20.1 Solubility Product Equation
Section 20.2 Solubility Calculations
Section 20.3 Common Ion Effect
Section 20.4 Simultaneous Equilibria
Section 20.5 Coordination Compounds
Unit 21. Thermodynamics
Section 21.1 Enthalpy Change
Section 21.2 Entropy Change
Section 21.3 Free Energy Changes
Section 21.4 Spontaneity of Reactions
Section 21.5 Free Energy and Concentration
Unit 22. Electrochemistry
Section 22.1 Using Redox Potentials
Section 22.2 Voltaic Cells
Section 22.3 Electrolytic Cells
Section 22.4 Faradays Law Problems
Section 22.5 Nernst Equation Problems
Unit 23. Nuclear Chemistry
Section 23.1 Properties of Radiation
Section 23.2 Balancing Nuclear Reactions
Section 23.3 Predicting Nuclear Stability
Section 23.4 Isotope Decay Kinetics
Section 23.5 Radiation Measurement
Section 23.6 Nuclear Binding Energy
Unit 24. Organic Chemistry
Section 24.1 Hydrocarbon Structure and Nomenclature