Chemistry

 

  • 4 Equations for pH - This guide identifies the 4 equations that describe the relationship between pH and the ion concentrations in water. 

 

 

  • Atoms and Atomic Mass - This guide reviews the makeup of atoms (protons, neutrons and electrons) and the basis for calculating atomic mass.

 

 

 

  • Conversions - This guide reviews US-to-Metric conversions for Length, Mass and Volume.

 

  • Density - This guide defines density and specific gravity.

 

  • Gas Laws CHE 106 - This guide reviews the Gas Laws that are presented in the CHE 106 course.

 

  • Gas Laws - This guide reviews the basis of the various gas laws as they are derived from the Idea Gas Law.

 

  • Heating Curve - This guide presents the Heating Curve (and the Cooling Curve) and the Heat Equations related to this Curve.  Three example problems are also provided.

 

  • Intermolecular Forces CHE 112 - This guide presents a table of several chemical properties as they relate to intermolecular forces as presented in CHE 112.

 

  • Isomers and Chiral Molecules -   reviews the definition and structural differences of isomers and chiral molecules in organic compounds.

 

  •  Limiting Reactant and Theoretical Yield - This study guide reviews the procedure for identifying the limiting reactant in a chemical reaction and for calculating the theoretical and percent yield for a chemical reaction.

 

  • Mole - This guide defines the mole and Avogadro's Number and their relationship to atomic and molecular weight.

 

  • Molecular Geometry - This guide describes the molecular geometries present for molecules with 2 - 5 atoms and their relationship to electron configuration, bonding and lone pairs.

 

  • Naming Acids - This guide provides a simple chart that reviews the naming convention for Acids.

 

 

 

  • Net Ionic Equations - This study guide reviews the procedure for representing a chemical equation in Molecular, Ionic and Net Ionic forms.

 

 

 

  • Osmosis - This guide reviews the process of osmosis and its' relationship to biological cells.

 

  • Periodic Trends - This guide presents the periodic trends for atomic size, ionization energy, metallic character and valence electrons.

 

  • pH, Acids and Bases - This guide defines the ion product constant of water, pH, the pH scale, acids and bases.

 

 

  • Problem Solving - This guide presents a simple methodology useful for solving typical math and chemistry word problems.

 

 

  • Significant Figures - This guide reviews the rules for applying significant figures in math computations.

 

  • Solutions - This guide reviews 4 ways to express concentration: mass percent; volume percent; mass/volume percent and molarity.  It also introduces the calculations needed for dilutions.

 

  • Specific Heat - This guide defines specific heat and its' role in the heat equation.

 

 

  • Temperature - This guide reviews the 3 common units for temperature: Fahrenheit; Celsius and Kelvin.

 

  • Typical Ionic Charges - This guide presents the typical ionic charges for elements in a periodic table format.

 

  • Vapor Pressure CHE 112 - This guide reviews the definition of vapor pressure and its relationship to temperature as presented in CHE 112.

 

  • VSEPR Theory - This guide summarizes the valence-shell electron-pair repulsion (VSEPR) Theory.