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1.1.1 Exponents

1.1.2 Multiplication With Exponents

1.1.3 Division With Exponents

1.1.4 Integral Powers of 10

1.1.5 Exponents of 0

1.1.6 Factor Transfer

1.1.7 Fractional Exponent

1.1.8 Exponents and Parenthesis

1.1.9 Extracting Square Root of Power of 10

1.1.10 Mult.&Div of Numbers Expressed as Power of 10

1.2.1 Significant Figures “The Rules”

1.2.2 Exact Numbers

1.2.3 Rounding Off

1.2.4 Addition & Subtraction

1.2.5 Multiplication & Division

1.3.0 Systems of Measurement & SI Units

1.3.1 Systems of Measurement cont

1.3.2 Problems – Units Based on Mass or Length

1.3.3 Problems – Compound Units

1.4.0 Temperature

1.4.1 Problems – Temperature

1.5.0 Dimensional Analysis

2.1.1 Atomic Theory & The Periodic Table

2.2.1 The Nucleus & Atomic Mass

2.3.1 Molar Mass & Avogadro’s Number

2.4.1 Ions & Ionic Compound Naming

2.4.2 Writing Ionic Compound Formulas

2.4.3 Redox Reactions & Oxidation Numbers

2.4.4 Transition Metals in Ionic Compounds

2.4.5 Polyatomic Ions & Naming

2.4.6 Binary Acids

2.4.7 Oxyacids

2.5.1 Covalent Bonds & Covalent Compound Naming

2.6.1 Molecules vs. Compounds

2.7.1 Chemical Formulas & Molecular Mass

2.8.1 Problems – The Periodic Table, Isotopes, and Ions

2.8.2 Problems – Density & Physical-Chemical Changes

2.8.3 Problems – Atomic Mass & Molar Mass

2.8.4 Problems – Covalent Bonds, Ionic Bonds, and Acids

2.8.5 Problems – Mass, Moles, Atoms, and Molecules

3.1.1 Empirical Formulas

3.2.1 Solving For Molecular Formulas

3.3.1 Percent Composition

3.4.1 Problems – Empirical Formulas, Molecular Formulas, and Percent Composition Part 1

3.4.2 Problems – Empirical Formulas, Molecular Formulas, and Percent Composition Part 2

4.1.1 Writing & Balancing Chemical Reactions

4.1.2 Balancing Chemical Reactions Cont.

4.2.1 Chemical Reaction Patterns

4.3.1 Limiting Reactants

4.4.1 Problems – Reaction Patterns, Balancing Chemical Equations, and Limiting Reactants

4.4.2 Problems – Reaction Patterns, Balancing Chemical Equations, and Limiting Reactants-Part 2

5.1.1 Gases – Volume, Density, and Pressure

5.1.2 Atmospheric Pressure & STP

5.2.1 The Kinetic Molecular Theory

5.3.1 Ideal Gases

5.4.1 Boyle’s Law

5.5.1 Charles’s Law

5.6.1 Gay-Lussac’s Law

5.7.1 The Combined Gas Law

5.8.1 Avogadro’s Law & Standard Molar Volume

5.8.2 Gas Volume Interpretations From Equations

5.9.1 Dalton’s Law_Partial Pressures & Mole Fractions

5.9.2 Collecting Gases Over Liquids

5.10.1 The Ideal Gas Law

5.11.1 Gas Stoichiometry

5.12.1 Problems – Pressure Conversions

5.12.2 Problems – Gas Laws

5.12.3 Problems – Gas Density, Ideal Gas Law, and Ideal Standard Gas Density Part 1

5.12.4 Problems – Gas Density, Ideal Gas Law, and Ideal Standard Gas Density Part 2

5.12.5 Problems – Partial Pressures

5.12.6 Problems – Gases Over Liquids, Kinetic Molecular Theory, and Reactions with Gases-Part 1

5.12.7 Problems – Gases Over Liquids, Kinetic Molecular Theory, and Reactions with Gases-Part 2

6.1.1 Heat Energy & Common Units

6.2.1 Heat Flow & Heat Capacity

6.2.2 Heat Capacity vs. Specific Heat Capacity

6.2.3 Measuring Heat Transfer – Calorimetry

6.3.1 Work, Internal Energy, and Enthalpy

6.3.2 Enthalpy Changes – Temperature, Phase, and Chemical

6.4.1 Thermochemistry Fundamentals & Hess’ Law

6.5.1 Problems – Heat Capacity, Calorimetry, and Heating Curves – Part 1

6.5.2 Problems – Heat Capacity, Calorimetry, and Heating Curves – Part 2

6.5.3 Problems – Thermochemical Reactions

7.1.1 Light Characteristics & Bohr’s Atomic Model

7.2.1 The Wave Nature of Electrons and Orbitals

7.2.2 The Pauli Exclusion Principle, Hund’s Rule, and the Aufbau Principle

7.2.3 Determining Electron Configurations

7.3.1 Atomic Radius, Ionization Energy, and Electron Affinity

7.4.1 Problems – Electromagnetic Radiation, Quantum Numbers, Electron Configuration & Periodic Trends (Part 1)

7.4.2 Problems – Electromagnetic Radiation, Quantum Numbers, Electron Configuration & Periodic Trends (Part 2)

8.1.1 Ionic & Covalent Bonds

8.1.2 Lewis Structures, Resonance, and Formal Charges

8.1.3 Polar Molecules & Dipole Moments

8.2.1 Atomic Orbital Shapes, Molecular Orbital Theory, Sigma Bonds, and Bond Order

8.2.2 Pi Bonds, Determining Hybridization, and VSEPR Method

8.2.3 VSEPR Method – Part 1

8.2.4 VSEPR Method – Part 2

8.3.1 Coordinate Covalent Compounds & Naming – Part 1

8.3.2 Coordinate Covalent Compounds & Naming – Part 2

8.4.1 Isomerism

8.5.1 Problems – Ions, Oxidation Numbers, and Lewis Structures (Part 1)

8.5.2 Problems – Ions, Oxidation Numbers, and Lewis Structures (Part 2)

8.6.1 Problems – Formal Change

8.6.2 Problems – Molecular Shapes & Polarity (Part 1)

8.6.3 Problems – Molecular Shapes & Polarity (Part 2)

8.7.1 Problems – Naming Coordinate Covalent Compounds – Part 1

8.7.2 Problems – Naming Coordinate Covalent Compounds – Part 2

8.8.1 Problems – Isomers

9.1.1 REDOX Reactions & Oxidation Numbers

9.1.2 Oxidizing & Reducing Agents

9.2.1 Spectator Ions in REDOX

9.2.2 Balancing REDOX Methods-Half Reaction & Oxidation States

9.3.1 Problems – Oxidation Numbers & Determining REDOX Agents

9.3.2 Problems – Balancing REDOX Reactions – Acidic Solutions (Part 1)

9.3.3 Problems – Balancing REDOX Reactions – Acidic Solutions (Part 2)

10.1.1 Solutions Chemistry – Concentration Units

10.2.1 Dilution of Solution

10.3.1 Chemical Reactions in Standard Solutions

10.4.1 Colligative Properties – Freezing Point Depression & Boiling Point Elevation

10.4.2 Colligative Properties – Vapor Pressure Lowering & Osmotic Pressure

10.5.1 Problems – Determining Concentrations with Physical Units

10.5.3 Problems – Dilution of Solution

11.1.1 The Laws of Thermodynamics

11.2.1 Standard States of Chemical Substances

11.3.1 Chemical Equilibrium

11.4.1 Chemical Equilibria and the Equilibrium Constant

11.5.1 Le Chatelier’s Principle

12.1.1 Acid & Base Chemistry

12.2.1 Water Ionization

12.3.1 Water Splitting & Buffers in Solution

12.4.1 Polyprotic Acids & Titration Experiments

13.1.1 Solubility Products & Precipitates

14.1.1 Chemical Kinetics – Reaction Rates, Rate Constants, and Order of Reactions

14.2.1 Activation Energy

14.3.1 Reaction Mechanisms & Energetics

15.1.1 Electrochemistry – Electricity & Current

15.2.1 Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis

15.3.1 Voltaic – Galvanic Cells

15.3.2 Standard Cell Potentials

15.3.3 Combining Half-Cell Reactions

15.4.2 Spontaneous REDOX

15.4.3 Electrolysis – Electrode Reactions

16.1.1 Nuclear Chemistry

16.2.1 E=mc^2

16.3.1 Writing & Balancing Nuclear Equations

16.4.1 Radiochemistry

16.5.1 Problems – Nuclear Particles & Nuclear Reactions

16.5.2 Problems – Radioactive Half-Life Part 1

16.5.3 Problems – Radioactive Half-Life Part 2

16.5.4 Problems – Radioactive Half-Life Part 3

16.5.5 Nuclear Binding Energy & E = mc^2

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