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Descriptive Chemistry

Can you name the important elements in the periodic table along with ionic and covalent compounds? Dive into understanding the plethora of information displayed on the periodic table including chemical and physical periodic trends and predicting reactivity based on electron structure. Investigate organic compounds and explore how sometimes they serve as environmental toxins.

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Elements and Nomenclature

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Properties of the Elements

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Elements and Chemical Reactions

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Organic Compounds and the Environment

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Equilibrium and Reaction Rates

Determine the state of a system at equilibrium by applying Le Châtelier's principle, equilibrium constants, and expressions. What causes a reaction to start and then proceed slowly or rapidly? Learn how reaction rates can be displayed in a potential energy diagram, and what can be used to change

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Equilibrium Systems

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Reaction Rates

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Laboratory

Head to the lab in this theme! Ensure that you know basic laboratory equipment, essential measurements, typical procedures, and lab safety. Dive into the nitty-gritty of calculations, data analysis, displaying and interpreting graphical data, and making observations and conclusions. Bring out your inner scientist!

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Data Collection, Calculation, and Interpretation

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Drawing Conclusions

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Equipment Procedures and Safety

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Reaction Types

Analyze the mechanisms, reactants, and intended products of three different types of reactions: acid-base, oxidation-reduction, and precipitation. What are the different acid-base definitions and how is pH determined? How do substances combust, and what is an oxidation number?

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Acids and Bases

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Oxidation-Reduction

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Precipitation

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States of Matter

How do gases, liquids, and solids differ? Delve into the kinetic molecular theory, gas laws, intermolecular forces in liquids and solids, and phase changes. Additionally, explore major solutions concepts, including molarity, mass percent, state of matter solubility, and colligative properties.

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Gases

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Liquids and Solids

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Solutions

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Stoichiometry

Dig into the concept of the mole (no, not the animal!). Using the periodic table, how can you calculate the mass of a mole of carbon dioxide, water, or any chemical compound? Learn how to balance a chemical equation, calculate percent yield, and determine limiting reagents!

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Chemical Equations

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Mole Concept

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Structure of Matter

Examine how all matter is organized into atoms and molecules. Dive into atomic structure experimental evidence, energy levels (quantum numbers), electron configurations, and the periodic table. Distinguish the varied bonds through the behavior of electrons and interactive forces that affect the structure and properties of matter.

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Atomic Structure

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Bonding

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Molecular Structure

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Thermochemistry

Test yourself on important energy concepts such as calorimetry and specific heat, heating and cooling curves, and entropy. How does enthalpy change during chemical reactions and phase changes?

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Conservation of Energy and Specific Heats

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Enthalpy and Entropy

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