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Lecture Notes
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Libre TextWe will be using the UALR chem1402 LibreText extensively in this class

Hypothes.isYou are required to join the hypothes.is group set up for UALR

Interactive Quizzes: These are topic-specific Javascript interactive quisses that were developed from 2000-2006. They are presented in the order they were generated and follow the chapter sequence of an older text. You should look at the class syllabus, check the topics we are covering, and then use the quizzes that correlate to the topic.

Old Syllabi: I am posting old syllabi from previous versions of the text. These may be substantially cheaper than the current edition. The authors often shuffle the chapters and problem sets between edtions, and if you wish to use an older edition, you will need to look at the topics as they are covered, and pick the correct chapters based on that. You can then go to the old syllabus and pick the suggested problem sets based on that edition.

Periodic Table: You need to know the name and symbol of every element that is not shaded in this periodic table.



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