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Topics are: Introduction to chemistry, Periodic table, Kinetic-molecular theory, Chemical equilibrium, Organic chemistry, Thermochemistry, Matter, Chemical bonds, Chemical solutions, Acids and bases, Biochemistry, Atom, Chemical reaction, Chemical reaction rates, Electrochemistry, Nuclear chemistry.


Introduction to Chemistry

Chemistry Definition Scientific Method Steps
Dimensional Analysis
Scientific Units Scientific Notation
Significant Figures

The Periodic Table

Periodic Table Overview s-Block Elements
p-Block Elements
d-Block Elements
f-Block Elements
Transition MetalsInner Transition Metals
Boron Family - Carbon Family - Nitrogen Family
Oxygen Family
Noble Gases
Electronegativity Ionization EnergyPeriodic Trends
Atomic Radii
Ionic Radii

Kinetic-Molecular Theory

Three States of Matter Phase Change
Phase Diagrams
Boiling Point
Vapor Pressure Gases
Avogadro's Principle
Dalton's Law
Graham's Law
Boyle's Law Charles Law
Gay Lussac's Law
Combined Gas Law
Ideal Gas Law

Chemical Equilibrium

Chemical Equilibrium Definition Heterogeneous Equilibrium
Homgeneous Equilibrium
Le Chatelier's Principle
Equilibrium Changes Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations
Solubility Equilibrium

Organic Chemistry

Hydrocarbons Alkanes
Naming Alkanes
Naming Alkenes-Naming Alkynes
Aromatic Hydrocarbon Isomers-Stereoisomers
Functional Groups


Specific Heat Bomb Calorimeters
Thermochemical Equation
Conservation of Energy Second Law of Thermodynamics
Hess's Law
Spontaneous Processes Heat of Formation
Gibbs Free Energy
Heat of Fusion - Heat of Vaporization


Physical Matter PropertiesChemical Matter Properties
States of Matter
Changes in Matter
Conservation of Mass Law of Definite Proportions
Law of Multiple Proportions
Elements and Compounds

Chemical Bonds

Ionic Bond Ionic Compound Properties
Metallic Bond
Covalent Bonds
Hydrates Lewis Electron Dot Diagram
Naming Covalent Compounds
Naming Ionic Compounds
Intermolecular Forces

Chemical Solutions

Types of Solutions Solvation
Molarity - Molality
Colligative Properties Vapor Pressure Lowering
Boiling Point Elevation
Freezing Point Depression
Osmosis Colloids - Suspensions
Beer's Law

Acids and Bases

Acid and Base Properties Strength of Acids and Bases
Buffered Solutions
pH and pOH
Bronsted-Lowry Model Conjugate Acids and Bases
Equilibrium Systems
Naming Acids  


Proteins Chemistry Carbohydrates Fats and Lipids Nucleic Acids

The Atom

Atomic Structure Quantum Numbers
Atomic Emission Spectra
Atomic Number - Isotopes
Atomic Mass
Atomic Orbitals Orbital Diagrams
Electron Configuration
Exceptions to Electron Configuration
Valence Electrons
Electromagnetic Spectrum Photoelectric Effect
Planck's Constant

Chemical Reactions

Chemical Equations Balancing Chemical Equations Synthesis Reactions Combustion Reactions
Decomposition Reaction
Single Replacement Reaction
Double Replacement Reactions Net Ionic Equation
Types of Reactions
Chemistry Mole Molar Mass
Law of Conservation of Mass
Empirical Formula - Molecular Formula
Stoichiometry Percent Yield
Limiting Reactants

Chemical Reaction Rates

Collision Theory Reaction Rates Factors
Reaction Mechanism
Reaction Rate Laws Reaction Rate Problems
Energy Diagrams


Oxidation Reduction Reactions - Redox Half-reactions
Voltaic Cells
Chemistry Corrosion Electrolysis
Oxidation Number Method

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Reactions Radioactivity
Beta Decay
Alpha Decay
Electron Capture
Nuclear Stability Transmutation

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