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Introduction -- Tools of Chemistry

Chapter 2 -- The Atom

Chapter 3 -- Molecules and Compounds

 Part 1, Molecules  Part 2, Ionic Compounds  Part 3, Moles of Atoms
Part 4, Molar Mass and Moles of Compounds  Part 5, Determining Formulas  

Chapter 4 -- Stoichiometry

 Part 1, Introduction  Part 2, Basic Stoichiometry  Part 3, Limiting Reactants
Part 4, Determining Formulas    

Chapter 5 -- Reactions in Aqueous Solution

 Part 1, Ionic Compounds in Water  Part 2, Types of Reactions  Part 3, Redox Reactions
Part 4, Concentration/Molarity  Part 5, Stoichiometry  

 
 Chapter 6 -- Thermochemistry -- Energy & Chemistry   Chapter 6 -- Thermochemistry -- Enthalpy

 Chapter 7 -- Atomic Structure -- Waves and Spectra   Chapter 7 -- Orbitals and Quantum Numbers

 Chapter 8 -- Electron Configurations   Chapter 8 -- Periodic Properties

Chapter 9 -- Principles of Chemical Bonding

Basic Bonding  Formal Charge  VSEPR
Bond Properties Bond Energy  Molecular Polarity

Chapter 10: Bonding Review of Chapter 9

Chapter 10: Hybid Orbitals

 

Chapter 11: Organic Chemistry
 Chapter 11_Hydrocarbons   Chapter 11_Func Groups and Polymers

 

Chapter 12 -- The Behavior of Gases
 Chapter 12 -- Gas Behavior   Chapter 12 -- Kinetic Molecular Theory

Chapter 13: Intermolecular Forces, Liquids, and Solids

Ch13: Intermolecular Forces Ch 13: Liquids
Ch 13: Solids  

Chapter 15: Principles of Reactivity--Chemical Kinetics

 Chapter 15 -- Basic Ideas of Kinetics  Chapter 15 -- Kinetics -- Reaction Mechanisms

Chapter 16 -- Chemical Equilibrium
 Ch16 -- General Principles of Chemical Equilibrium  Chapter 16 -- Le Chatelier's Principle
 Ch 16 -- Writing K Expressions  

 

Chapter 17: Principles of Reactivity--The Chemistry of Acids and Bases

Ch 17/Part 1 -- Acid-Base Chemistry Ch 17/Part 2 -- pH
Ch 17/Part 3 -- Weak Acids Ch 17/Part 4 -- Types of Acids and Bases
Ch 17/Part 5 -- Acid-Base Properties of Salts Ch 17/Part 6 -- Lewis Acids and Bases
Ch 17/Part 7 -- Structure and Reactivity  

Chapter 18: Principles of Reactivity--The Reactions of Acids and Bases

Ch 18/Part 1 -- Reactions Ch 18/ Part 2 -- Buffers
Ch 18/Part 3 -- Titrations   

Chapter 19: Principles of Reactivity--Precipitation Reactions

 

Chapter 20: Thermodynamics--Entropy and Free Energy

Ch 20: Entropy Ch 20: Free Energy

Chapter 21: Electrochemistry

Ch 21 - Part 1 -- Introduction Ch 21 - Part 2 -- Balancing Redox Equations
Ch 21 - Part 3 -- Basics of Echem Cells Ch 21 - Part 4 -- Cell Potentials
Ch 21 - Part 5 -- Batteries Ch 21 - Part 6 -- Electrolysis
Ch 21 - Part 7 -- Quantitative Electrochemistry  


Last revised by J. Kotz, August 2001