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Chapter 1


1.1: Algebra Review: These are basic operations using equations we will need to know later on in the semester. Many of these are using Thermochemistry equations which will be covered on EXAM 1
1.2 Math Operations with Significant Figures Practice exercises with measured numbers
1.3 Significant Figures Practice exercises determining the number of significant figures in a number
1.4 Scientific Notation Exercises switching from scientific to floating decimal notation
1.5 Math Combined operations some using scientific notation
1.6 Percent Calculation of percentages, beware of significant figures
1.7 Element names Calculation of percentages, beware of significant figures
1.8 Temperature Conversions Calculation of percentages, beware of significant figures
1.9 Scientific International Prefixes Calculation of percentages, beware of significant figures
1.10 SI Prefix Math Operations Calculation of percentages, beware of significant figures
Review Quiz Quiz on Multiple Topics
Print 1-11: 1-11:Naming Elements
Print 1-12: 1-12:Naming Elements
Print 1-13: 1-13:Exponents & Significant Figures

Chapter 2


2.1 History of the Discovery of the Atom
2.2: Isotopes:
Print 2-3: 2-3:Isotopic Compositons
Print 2-4: 2-4:Periodic Families
Print 2-5: 2-5:Metals, Nonmetals & Metalloids
Print 2-6: 2-6:Isotopic Composition
Print 2-7: 2-7:Natural States of Elements
Print 2-8: 2-8:Groups & Periods

Chapter 3


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TBP 3.1: Nomenclature:
Print 3-2 3.2: Nomenclature:
Print 3-3 3.3: Nomenclature:
Print 3-4 3.4: Mass Percent of Atoms in Compounds:
Print 3-5 3.5: Empirical Formulas:
Print 3-6 3.6: Molecular Formulas:
TBP 3.7: Empirical Formulas:

Chapter 4


4a: Balancing Combustion Reactions:
4b: Balancing Metathesis (Double Displacement) Reactions:
4d: Stoichiometric Problems:
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Print 4-1: 4-1: Stoichiometric Equations: Determining Theoretical Product Yields
Print 4-2: 4.2: Stoichiometric Equations: Limiting Reagent Problems
Print 4-3: 4.3: Stoichiometric Equations:
Print 4-4: 4.4: Stoichiometric Equations: Limiting & Excess Reagent Problems
Print 4-5: 4.5: Stoichiometric Reactions: Mg(s) & HCl(aq)
Print 4-11: 4.11: Molarity Calculations
Print 4-12: 4.12: Solution Phase Limiting Reagent Calculations

Chapter 5


General Solutions Problems
General Solutions and oxidation states problems
5c: Predicting Precipitate Problems:
5d: Predicting Oxidation Numbers:
5e: More Solution Problems Numbers:
5f: Neutralization Reactions (Molecular, Ionic & Net Ionic)
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Print 5-1: 5.1: Solubilites (Practice with Solubility Rules)
Print 5-2: 5.2: Solubilites (Practice with Solubility Rules)
Print 5-3: 5.3: Solubilites (Practice with Solubility Rules)
Print 5-4: 5.4: Solubilites (Practice with Solubility Rules)
Print 5-5: 5.5: Solubilites (Practice with Solubility Rules)
Print 5-6: 5-6:Single Displacement Reaction Mg(s) and HCl(aq)
Print 5-7: 5.7: Double Displacement Reaction: NiCl2 and Na2CO3
Print 5-9: 5.9: Double Displacement Reaction: Cu2SO4 and Na3PO4
Print 5-10: 5.10: Double Displacement Reaction: CdCl2 and Na2S
Experiment 2 Virtual Laboratory Experiment 2 This is a virtual stockroom simulation with a series of questions on acids, bases and dilutions. Note, the assignment is on the left frame and the virtual lab is on the right. You should adjust frame sizes to best fit you monitor. Please email me if you have any problems running the simulation.
Experiment 3 Virtual Laboratory Experiment 3 This is a virtual exercise on creating aqueous stock room solutions. Note the relationship between ion concentrations and the salt formulas
Print Experiment 7 Virtual Laboratory Experiment 7 Gravimetric Analysis of Lead (II). A virtual laboratory simulation is embedded in an interactive quiz where you need to figure out how much lead is in unknown C. There are an infinite number of ways of coming up with the right answer, but only one right answer.
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Chapter 6


Thermochemistry: Quiz 1
Thermochemistry: Quiz 2
Thermochemistry: Quiz 3
Exp. 6.4a
Exp. 6.4b
Exp. 6.4c
Hess's Law Virtual Laboratory Activity  Using the 3 Virtual Labs, determine the enthalpy of neutralization for acetic acid and ammonia without ever mixing them.  
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Print 6-1: 6-1: Enthalpies of Reaction from Standard State Enthalpies of Formation
Print 6-2: 6-2: Enthalpies of Reaction from Standard State Enthalpies of Formation
Print 6-3: 6-3: Bomb Calorimetry
Print 6-5: 6-5: Bomb Calorimetery
Print 6-7: 6-7: Thermodynamics
Print 6-8: 6-8: Enthalpy Calculations
Print 6-9: 6-9: Heat Transfer Calculations
Print 6-10: 6-10: Enthapy Calculations and Combustion Reactions
Print 6-11: 6-11: Hess's Law

Chapter 7


Print 7-1: 7.1: Frequency, Wavelength & Energy
Print 7-2: 7.2: Frequency, Wavelength & Energy
7.3: Quantum Numbers
7.4: Atomic Orbitals
7.5: Atomic Orbitals

Chapter 8


8.1: Electron Configurations
8.2: Electron Configurations of Ions
Print 8-3: 8.3: Electron Configuration
Print 8-4: 8.4: Electron Configuration
Print 8-5: 8.5: Electron Configuration of Ions

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Chapter 9


Print 9-1: 9-1: Lewis Dot Structures
Print 9-2: 9-2: Lewis Dot Structure & Formal Charges
Print 9-3: 9-3: Lewis Dot Structures
Print 9-4: 9-4: Molecular Geometries
Print 9-5: 9-5: Molecular Geometries
9.6: Electrogegativity & Electron Affinities
9.7: Lewis Structures
9.8: Molecular Geometries
9.9: Polarity

Chapter 8


8.2: Electron Configurations of Ions  Be sure to understand the qualitative trends in crystal lattice energies. The later questions on this quiz may be on exam 4 (and the earlier ones need to be understood in order to answer the latter ones).

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Chapter 9


9.5: Enthalpies of Reaction from Bond Dissociation Energies

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Chapter 10


10.1: Enthalpies of Reaction from Bond Dissociation Energies, Crystal lattice Energies & Valence Bond Theory
Print 10-2: 10.2: Hybrid Orbitals
Print 10-3: 10.3: Hybrid Orbitals
Print 10-4: 10.4: Hybrid Orbitals with double & Triple bonds
Print 10-5: 10.5: Pi & Sigma Bonds

Chapter 12


12.1: Introduction to gases
12.2: Empirical Gas Laws
12.3: Ideal Gas Laws
12.4: Two State Equations
12.5: KMT & Effusion
Print 12-6: Stoichiometric Gas Problems
Print 12-7: Stoichiometric Gas Problems
Print 12-8: Two State Problems with Reaction

Chapter 13


13.1: Intermolcular Forces
13.2: Intermolcular Forces
13.3: Vapor Pressure and Phase Diagrams
13.4: Solids & Unit Cells

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Chapter 24


24.1: Nuclear Reactions
24.2: Half Lives & Mass Defect Problems
Print 24.3: Half Life Problems
Print 24.4: Half Life Problems