Master List of Worksheets & Podcasts

Student Worksheets and Teacher Keys

• Anhydrides, Conjugates (Key)
• Anhydrides, Conjugates
• Arrhenius Equation
• Arrhenius Equation (Key)
• Atomic Radii, Ionic Radii, Ionization Energy, Octet Rule, Electronegativity (Key)
• Atomic Radii, Ionic Radii, Ionization Energy, Octet Rule, Electronegativity
• Atoms to Mass (Key)
• Atoms to Mass, Mass to Atoms, Mass to Moles to Particles
• Average Atomic Mass (Key)
• Average Atomic Mass
• Average Reaction Rates (Key)
• Average Reaction Rates
• B.P. Elevation, F.P. Depression (Key)
• B.P. Elevation, F.P. Depression
• B.P.-F.P. Calculations, Molecular Mass (Key) Calculations
• B.P.-F.P. Calculations, Molecular Mass Calculations
• Balancing Equations (Key)
• Balancing Equations
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Half Cell Reactions In Acid Solution (Key)
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Half Cell Reactions In Acid Solution
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Half Reactions
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Half-Reactions (Key)
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Oxidation Number Charge Method (Key)
• Balancing Redox Equations Using Oxidation Number Charge Method
• Boyle's Law, Charles's Law (Key)
• Boyle's Law, Charles's Law
• Calculating Cell Potential (Key)
• Calculating Cell Potential
• Calorimetery (Key)
• Calorimetery
• Cell Potential, Cell Reaction, Cell Notation (Key)
• Cell Potential, Cell Reaction, Cell Notation
• Ch. 4 Vocabulary & Concepts
• Ch. 4 Vocabulary & Concepts (Key)
• Ch. 5 Concept Review (2 pp.)
• Ch. 5 Concept Review (Key) (2 pp.)
• Ch.16 Reviewing Vocabulary (Key)
• Ch.16 Reviewing Vocabulary
• Chemical Equilibrium (Key)
• Chemical Equilibrium 2 (Key)
• Chemical Equilibrium 2
• Chemical Equilibrium
• Chemical Equilibrium(Key)
• Combined Gas Law (Key)
• Combined Gas Law
• Common Ion Effect (Key)
• Common Ion Effect
• Conversion Factors 1; Distance, Time, Mass, Volume (Key)
• Conversion Factors 1; Distance, Time, Mass, Volume
• Conversion Factors 2; Density, Velocity, Rates, Volume (Key)
• Conversion Factors 2; Density, Velocity, Rates, Volume
• Converting Energy Units (Key)
• Converting Energy Units
• Covalent Bonding (Key)
• Covalent Bonding
• Dalton's Law (Key)
• Dalton's Law
• Daltons Law of Partial Pressures, Molecular Velocity (Key)
• Daltons Law of Partial Pressures, Molecular Velocity
• Density
• Density (Key)
• Density Gas Laws (Key)
• Density Gas Laws
• Development of the Modern Periodic Table (Key)
• Development of the Modern Periodic Table
• Dissociation Reactions, Reactions That Form Precipitates, Water and Gases (Key)
• Dissociation Reactions, Reactions That Form Precipitates, Water and Gases
• Electromagnetic Spectrum (Key)
• Electromagnetic Spectrum
• Electron Configuration and the Periodic Table (Key)
• Electron Configuration and the Periodic Table
• Electron Configuration
• Electron Configuration(Key)
• Electronegativity, Bond Character, Polarity (Key)
• Electronegativity, Bond Character, Polarity
• Empirical Formulas (Key)
• Empirical Formulas
• Energy & Chemical Change (Key)
• Energy & Chemical Change
• Equilibrium Constant (Key)
• Equilibrium Constant
• Formula Mass (Key)
• Formula Mass
• Gay-Lussac's Law, Combined Gas Law (Key)
• Gay-Lussac's Law, Combined Gas Law
• Gibbs Free Energy (Key)
• Gibbs Free Energy
• Greek Prefixes in Compounds (Key)
• Greek Prefixes in Compounds
• Heat Calculations
• Heat of Reactions (Key)
• Heat of Reactions
• Ideal Gas Equation (Key)
• Ideal Gas Equation
• Impure Substances (Key)
• Impure Substances
• Ionization Constants (Key)
• Ionization Constants
• Kinetic Energy, Graham’s Law
• Kinetic Energy, Graham's Law (Key)
• Law of Conservation of Mass (Key)
• Law of Conservation of Mass
• Law of Definite Proportions (Key)
• Law of Definite Proportions
• LeChatelier’s Principle (Key)
• LeChatelier’s Principle
• Lewis Structures (Key)
• Lewis Structures
• Limiting Reactants (Key)
• Limiting Reactants
• Line Structures, Cyclo
• Logarithms (Key)
• Logarithms
• Manometer Problems (Key)
• Manometer Problems
• Mass to Heat Calculations (Key)
• Mass to Heat Calculations
• Mass to Mass Conversions 2 (Key)
• Mass to Mass Conversions 2
• Mass to Moles, Moles to Mass, Avogadro’s Number (Key)
• Mass to Moles, Moles to Mass, Avogadro’s Number
• Mass to Volume (Key)
• Mass to Volume
• Matter-Properties and Changes
• Mechanics, Quantum Theory, Atomic Models (Key)
• Mechanics, Quantum Theory, Atomic Models
• Metallic Bonds, Metal Alloys (Key)
• Metallic Bonds, Metal Alloys
• Metric Bracket Problems (Key)
• Metric Bracket Problems
• Mixtures and Solutions (Key)
• Mixtures and Solutions
• Molality, Mass Percent (Key)
• Molality, Mass Percent
• Molar Solubility (Key)
• Molar Solubility
• Molarity (Key)
• Molarity
• Mole Fraction, Mole Percent (Key)
• Mole Fraction, Mole Percent
• Molecular Formulas/Hydrates (Key)
• Molecular Formulas/Hydrates
• Moles to Moles, Mass to Moles, Moles to Mass, Mass to Mass (Key)
• Moles to Moles, Moles to Mass, Mass to Moles, Mass to Mass
• Momentum; Direct & Inverse Variation (Key)
• Momentum; Direct & Inverse Variation
• Multiple Conversion Factors (Key)
• Multiple Conversion Factors
• Naming & Drawing Correct BCA
• Naming & Drawing Correct BCA(Key)
• Naming Branched-Chain Alkanes (Key)
• Naming Branched-Chain Alkanes
• Naming Chemical Compounds (Key)
• Naming Chemical Compounds
• Naming Compounds, Lewis Structures of Polyatomic Ions (Key)
• Naming Compounds, Lewis Structures of Polyatomic Ions
• Nonstandard Conditions (Key)
• Nonstandard Conditions
• Normality (Key)
• Normality
• Nuclear Equations (Key)
• Nuclear Equations
• Oxidation Numbers (Key)
• Oxidation Numbers
• Oxidation-Reduction (Key)
• Ozone, CFCs, Mass and Weight (Key)
• Ozone, CFCs, Mass and Weight
• Percent Composition (Key)
• Percent Composition
• Percent Error, Significant Figures (Key)
• Percent Error, Significant Figures
• Percent of Ionization
• Percent Yield, Percent Error (Key)
• Percent Yield, Percent Error
• pH
• pH(Key)
• Phase Changes (Key)
• Phase Changes
• Phase Diagrams (Key)
• Phase Diagrams
• Planck's Hypothesis (Key)
• Planck's Hypothesis
• Polyprotic Ionization
• Predicting Precipitates (Key)
• Predicting Precipitates
• Properties of Matter (Key)
• Properties of Matter
• Quantum Numbers (Key)
• Quantum Numbers
• Raoult's Law (Key)
• Raoult's Law
• Reaction Rate (Key)
• Reaction Rate
• Reaction Types, Predicting Single Replacement Reactions (Key)
• Reaction Types, Predicting Single Replacement Reactions
• Redox Reactions (Key)
• Redox Reactions
• Resonance, Molecular Geometry, Hybridization (Key)
• Roman Numerals in Compounds (Key)
• Roman Numerals in Compounds
• Rounding Off Numbers, Slope Calculations (Key)
• Rounding Off Numbers, Slope Calculations
• Rounding Off NumberS
• Scientific Methods (Key)
• Scientific Methods
• Scientific Notation; Add, Sub, Mult, Div (Key)
• Scientific Notation; Add, Sub, Mult, Div
• Scientific Research, Lab Safety (Key)
• Scientific Research, Lab Safety
• Solubility Product Constant (Key)
• Solubility Product Constant
• Solubility-Temperature Graphs (Key)
• Solubility-Temperature Graphs
• Specific Heat Capacity (Key)
• Specific Heat Capacity
• Straight-Chain Alkanes (Key)
• Straight-Chain Alkanes
• Structure of the Atom (Key)
• Structure of the Atom
• Temperature Conversions (Key)
• Temperature Conversions
• The Mole-Supplemental Problems (Key)
• The Mole-Supplemental Problems
• Thermochemistry (Key)
• Thermochemistry
• Thermodynamics (Key)
• Thermodynamics
• Titration (Key)
• Titration
• Volume Percent, Diluting Molar Solutions (Key)
• Volume Percent, Diluting Molar Solutions
• Volume to Volume (Key)
• Volume to Volume
• Writing Chemical Equations 1 (Key)
• Writing Chemical Equations 1*
• Writing Chemical Equations 2 (Key)
• Writing Chemical Equations 2*
• Writing Chemical Equations 2*(Key)
• Writing Correct Chemical Formulas (Key)
• Writing Correct Chemical Formulas I (Key)
• Writing Correct Chemical Formulas I
• Writing Correct Chemical Formulas II (Key)
• Writing Correct Chemical Formulas II

Podcasts

Ch. 1 An Introduction to Chemistry
• Ch. 01.01 The World of Chemistry
• Ch. 01.02 Mass, Weight and Gravitational Force
• Ch. 01.03 Branches in Chemistry
• Ch. 01.04 Chemistry in the Environment
• Ch. 01.05 The Layers of the Earth’s Atmosphere
• Ch. 01.06 The Scientific Method
• Ch. 01.07 Data Analysis
• Ch. 01.08 The Laboratory
Ch. 2 Data Analysis and Scientific Measurement
• Ch. 02.01 Units and Measurements 1
• Ch. 02.02 Units and Measurements 2
• Ch. 02.03 Rules for Solving Metric Bracket Problems
• Ch. 02.04 Metric Bracket Problems 1
• Ch. 02.05 Metric Bracket Problems 2
• Ch. 02.06 Time, Length, Mass, Derived Units, Volume
• Ch. 02.07 Density
• Ch. 02.08 Using Density and Mass to Find Volume Problems
• Ch. 02.09 Temperature
• Ch. 02.10 Temperature Conversion Problems
• Ch. 02.11 Scientific Notation and Dimensional Analysis
• Ch. 02.12 Expressing Quantities in Scientific Notation Problems
• Ch. 02.13 Adding and Subtracting Quantities Written in Scientific Notation Problems
• Ch. 02.14 Dimensional Analysis
• Ch. 02.15 Conversion Factor Problems 1
• Ch. 02.16 Conversion Factor Problems 2
• Ch. 02.17 Conversion Factor Problems 3
• Ch. 02.18 Multiple Conversion Factor Problems 1
• Ch. 02.19 Multiple Conversion Factor Problems 2
• Ch. 02.20 Multiple Conversion Factor Problems 3
• Ch. 02.21 Uncertainty in Data
• Ch. 02.22 Percent Error Problem
• Ch. 02.23 Significant Figures
• Ch. 02.24 Significant Figure Problems
• Ch. 02.25 Rounding Off Numbers Problems
• Ch. 02.26 Representing Data
• Ch. 02.27 Calculating the Slope of a Line From Data Points
• Ch. 02.28 Interpreting Graphs
• Ch. 02.29 Drawing and Describing Graphs
Ch. 3 Properties and Changes of Matter
• Ch. 03.01 Properties of Matter
• Ch. 03.02 Chemical Properties of Matter
• Ch. 03.03 Changes in Matter
• Ch. 03.04 Conservation of Mass
• Ch. 03.05 Mixtures of Matter
• Ch. 03.06 Elements and Compounds
• Ch. 03.07 Law of Definite Proportions
• Ch. 03.08 Percent Problems
• Ch. 03.09 Law of Multiple Proportions
Ch. 4 Atomic Structure & Nuclear Reactions
• Ch. 04.01 Early Theories of Matter
• Ch. 04.02 Discovering the Electron
• Ch. 04.03 How Atoms Differ
• Ch. 04.04 Isotopes and Mass Number
• Ch. 04.05 Atomic Number and Mass Number Problems
• Ch. 04.06 Calculating Average Atomic Mass Problems
• Ch. 04.07 Unstable Nuclei & Radioactive Decay
• Ch. 04.08 Alpha Radiation
• Ch. 04.09 Gamma Radiation
• Ch. 04.10 Summary
Ch. 5 Electron Configuration in Atoms
• Ch. 05.01 Light and Quantized Energy 1
• Ch. 05.02 Light and Quantized Energy 2
• Ch. 05.03 The Quantum Concept
• Ch. 05.04 Planck's Hypothesis Problems 1
• Ch. 05.05 Planck's Hypothesis Problems 2
• Ch. 05.06 Momentum and Inertia
• Ch. 05.07 Calculating Momentum From Wavelength Problem
• Ch. 05.08 If All Other Factors Involved Are Held Constant
• Ch. 05.09 The Photoelectric Effect
• Ch. 05.10 Summary of Wave Model & Particle Model of Light
• Ch. 05.11 Irwin Schrodinger
• Ch. 05.12 The Second Quantum Number (l)
• Ch. 05.13 Electron Configurations
• Ch. 05.14 Electron Configuration Problems 1
• Ch. 05.15 Electron Configuration Problems 2
• Ch. 05.16 Using the Periodic Table to Determine Electron Configuration 1
• Ch. 05.17 Using the Periodic Table to Determine Electron Configuration 2
• Ch. 05.18 Quantum Number Values 1
• Ch. 05.19 Quantum Number Values 2
• Ch. 05.20 Pauli Exclusion Principle
• Ch. 05.21 Noble Gas Configuration
• Ch. 05.22 Plotting Points in Space
• Ch. 05.23 Orbital Diagrams
• Ch. 05.24 Valence Electrons
• Ch. 05.25 Electron Dot Diagrams
Ch. 6 The Periodic Table and Periodic Law
• Ch. 06.01 Development of the Modern Periodic Table
• Ch. 06.02 The Modern Periodic Table
• Ch. 06.03 Classification of the Elements
• Ch. 06.04 The s-, p-, d-, and f- Block Elements
• Ch. 06.05 Noble Gas Configuration and Periodic Table Problems
• Ch. 06.06 Periodic Trends
• Ch. 06.07 Ionic Radius
• Ch. 06.08 Ionic Radius Problem
• Ch. 06.09 Ionization Energy
• Ch. 06.10 Factors That Affect the Eion For Each Element
• Ch. 06.11 The Octet Rule
• Ch. 06.12 Electronegativity
Ch. 7 Chemical Formulas, Metals & Alloys
• Ch. 07.01 Forming Chemical Bonds
• Ch. 07.02 Determining Charges of Ions
• Ch. 07.03 How Do You Write a Correct Chemical Formula?
• Ch. 07.04 Fill in the Correct Chemical Formulas For Each Compound
• Ch. 07.05 Write Correct Formulas for the Following Compounds
• Ch. 07.06 How Radicals (Polyatomic Ions) Are Named
• Ch. 07.07 Binary Acids
• Ch. 07.08 Chemical Formula Problems 1
• Ch. 07.09 Chemical Formula Problems 2
• Ch. 07.10 Naming Chemical Compounds
• Ch. 07.11 Do You Know the Roman Numerals?
• Ch. 07.12 Roman Numerals in Compounds
• Ch. 07.13 Use of Greek Prefixes in Compounds
• Ch. 07.14 Hydrates in Compounds
• Ch. 07.15 The Formation and Nature of Ionic Bonds
• Ch. 07.16 Lattice Energies of Some Ionic Compounds
• Ch. 07.17 Metallic Bonds and Properties of Metals 1
• Ch. 07.18 Metallic Bonds and Properties of Metals 2
Ch. 8 Lewis Structures of Covalent Compounds
• Ch. 08.01 The Covalent Bond
• Ch. 08.02 Lewis Structure Problems 1
• Ch. 08.03 Lewis Structure Problems 2
• Ch. 08.04 Bond Length & Strength
• Ch. 08.05 Naming Molecules Review
• Ch. 08.06 Molecular Structures
• Ch. 08.07 Lewis Structures of Polyatomic Ions
• Ch. 08.08 Resonance Structures
• Ch. 08.09 Lewis Resonance Structures
• Ch. 08.10 Exceptions to the Octet Rule
• Ch. 08.11 Molecular Shapes and Hybridization
• Ch. 08.12 A Molecule of Two Atoms
• Ch. 08.13 A Molecule of Five Atoms
• Ch. 08.14 Electronegativity and Polarity
• Ch. 08.15 Polar Molecule or Not?
• Ch. 08.16 Draw the Lewis Structure for SF4 and SF6
• Ch. 08.17 Properties of Covalent Compounds
Ch. 9 Chemical Reactions & Equations
• Ch. 09.01 Reactions and Equations
• Ch. 09.02 Balancing Equations Problems
• Ch. 09.03 Classifying Chemical Reactions
• Ch. 09.04 Combustion Reactions
• Ch. 09.05 Decomposition Reactions
• Ch. 09.06 Single Replacement Reactions
• Ch. 09.07 Double Replacement Reactions
• Ch. 09.08 Periodic Trends in Reactivity 1
• Ch. 09.09 Periodic Trends in Reactivity 2
• Ch. 09.10 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
• Ch. 09.11 Reactions That Form Precipitates
• Ch. 09.12 Reactions That Form Precipitates Problems
• Ch. 09.13 Reactions That Form Water
• Ch. 09.14 Reactions That Form Gases 1
• Ch. 09.15 Reactions That Form Gases 2
Ch. 10 The Mole Concept
• Ch. 10.01 Formula Mass
• Ch. 10.02 Formula Mass Problems 1
• Ch. 10.03 Formula Mass Problems 2
• Ch. 10.04 Avogadro's Number
• Ch. 10.05 Mass to Moles, Moles to Mass 1
• Ch. 10.06 Mass to Moles, Moles to Mass 2
• Ch. 10.07 Atoms to Moles, Moles to Atoms
• Ch. 10.08 Converting Mass to Atoms, Atoms to Mass Problems 1
• Ch. 10.09 Converting Mass to Atoms, Atoms to Mass Problems 2
• Ch. 10.10 Conversion From Mass to Moles to Particles Problems
• Ch. 10.11 Percent Composition 1
• Ch. 10.12 Percent Composition 2
• Ch. 10.13 Percent Composition of Hydrates Problems
• Ch. 10.14 Empirical Formulas 1
• Ch. 10.15 Empirical Formulas 2
• Ch. 10.16 Empirical Formulas 3
• Ch. 10.17 Molecular Formulas 1
• Ch. 10.18 Molecular Formulas 2
• Ch. 10.19 Formulas of Hydrates 1
• Ch. 10.20 Formulas of Hydrates 2
Ch. 11 Stoichiometry: How Much?
• Ch. 11.01 What is Stoichiometry?
• Ch. 11.02 Stoichiometric Calculations
• Ch. 11.03 Mass to Moles Conversion Problems 1
• Ch. 11.04 Mass to Moles Conversion Problems 2
• Ch. 11.05 Mass to Mass Conversion Problems 1
• Ch. 11.06 Mass to Mass Conversion Problems 2
• Ch. 11.07 Mass to Mass Conversion Problems 3
• Ch. 11.08 Mass to Mass Conversion Problems 4
• Ch. 11.09 Impure Substances 1
• Ch. 11.10 Impure Substances 2
• Ch. 11.11 Limiting Reactants 1
• Ch. 11.12 Limiting Reactants 2
• Ch. 11.13 Limiting Reactants 3
• Ch. 11.14 Limiting Reactants 4
• Ch. 11.15 Percent Yield
• Ch. 11.16 Percent Yield, Percent Error Problems 1
• Ch. 11.17 Percent Yield, Percent Error Problems 2
Ch. 12 States of Matter & the Kinetic Theory
• Ch. 12.01 Gases
• Ch. 12.02 Kinetic Energy Problems
• Ch. 12.03 Explaining the Behavior of Gases
• Ch. 12.04 Graham's Law Problems 1
• Ch. 12.05 Graham's Law Problems 2
• Ch. 12.06 Measuring Air Pressure
• Ch. 12.07 Comparison of Pressure Units
• Ch. 12.08 Type of Manometers
• Ch. 12.09 Manometer Problems 1
• Ch. 12.10 Manometer Problems 2
• Ch. 12.11 The Speed of an O2 Molecule
• Ch. 12.12 Forces of Attraction
• Ch. 12.13 Liquids and Solids
• Ch. 12.14 Crystalline Solids
• Ch. 12.15 Crystalline Solid Problems
• Ch. 12.16 Sublimation
• Ch. 12.17 Phase Diagrams
Ch. 13 Gas Laws & Stoichiometry
• Ch. 13.01 The Gas Laws
• Ch. 13.02 Boyle's Law
• Ch. 13.03 Charles's Law
• Ch. 13.04 Gay-Lussac's Law
• Ch. 13.05 Combined Gas Law
• Ch. 13.06 Avogadro's Principle
• Ch. 13.07 Stoichiometry: Mass to Volume, Volume To Mass Problems 1
• Ch. 13.08 Stoichiometry: Mass to Volume 2
• Ch. 13.09 Ideal Gas Law
• Ch. 13.10 Using Mass With the Ideal Gas Equation
• Ch. 13.11 Calculating Density From the Ideal Gas Equation
• Ch. 13.12 Dalton's Law Introduction
• Ch. 13.13 Linear Interpolation
• Ch. 13.14 Dalton's Law Problems
• Ch. 13.15 Nonstandard Conditions 1
• Ch. 13.16 Nonstandard Conditions 2
• Ch. 13:17 Stoichiometry: Volume to Volume 1
• Ch. 13.18 Stoichiometry: Volume to Volume 2
Ch. 14 Solutions and Concentration
• Ch. 14.01 Densities - Molecular Masses of Two Gases
• Ch. 14.02 Risbrudt's Density Law
• Ch. 14.03 Calculating Gas Density
• Ch. 14.04 What Are Solutions?
• Ch. 14.05 Solubility Temperature Graphs
• Ch. 14.06 Pressure & Solubility - Henry's Law
• Ch. 14.07 Molarity
• Ch. 14.08 Normality 1
• Ch. 14.09 Normality 2
• Ch. 14.10 Concentrations Chart (1st Half)
• Ch. 14.11 Concentrations Chart (2nd Half)
• Ch. 14.12 Molality
• Ch. 14.13 Mass Percent
• Ch. 14.14 Mole Fraction
• Ch. 14.15 Mole Percent
• Ch. 14.16 Volume Percent
• Ch. 14.17 Diluting Molar Solutions
• Ch. 14.18 Colligative Properties
• Ch. 14.19 Raoult's Law
• Ch. 14.20 MW From Raoult's Law 1
• Ch. 14.21 MW From Raoult's Law 2
• Ch. 14.22 BP Elevation, FP Depression
• Ch. 14.23 BP Elevation, FP Depression Problems 1
• Ch. 14.24 BP Elevation, FP Depression Problems 2
• Ch. 14.25 BP - FP Calculations
• Ch. 14.26 Molecular Mass Calculations 1
• Ch. 14.27 Molecular Mass Calculations 2
• Ch. 14.28 Osmotic Pressure 1
• Ch. 14.29 Osmotic Pressure 2
• Ch. 14.30 Making Solutions 1
• Ch. 14.31 Making Solutions 2
• Ch. 14.32 Heterogeneous Mixtures
Ch. 15 Thermochemistry and Enthalpy Change
• Ch. 15.01 Energy
• Ch. 15.02 Specific Heat
• Ch. 15.03 Thermochemistry
• Ch. 15.04 Calorimetry 1
• Ch. 15.05 Calorimetry 2
• Ch. 15.06 Specific Heat Capacity 1
• Ch. 15.07a Specific Heat Capacity Problems 1
• Ch. 15.07b Specific Heat Capacity Problems 2
• Ch. 15.08 Thermodynamics
• Ch. 15.09 Heat of Reaction Problems 1
• Ch. 15.10 Heat of Reaction Problems 2
• Ch. 15.11 Mass to Heat Calculations 1
• Ch. 15.12 Mass to Heat Calculations 2
• Ch. 15.13 Reaction Spontaneity
• Ch. 15.14 Gibbs Free Energy
• Ch. 15.15 Thermodynamics Problems
• Ch. 15.16 Gibbs Free Energy Problems 1
• Ch. 15.17 Gibbs Free Energy Problems 2
• Ch. 15.18 Gibbs Free Energy Problems 3
• Ch. 15.19 Gibbs Free Energy Problems 4
Ch. 16 Chemical Kinetics - Reaction Rates
• Ch. 16.01 A Model for Reaction Rates
• Ch. 16.02 Average Reaction Rate Problems
• Ch. 16.03 Reaction Rate Laws
• Ch. 16.04 Reaction Orders
• Ch. 16.05 Rate Laws For Multiple-Step Reactions
• Ch. 16.06 Experimental Determination of Rate Laws Problem
• Ch. 16.07 More Experimental Determination of Rate Law Problems
• Ch. 16.08 Other Reaction Rate Problems
• Ch. 16.09 Factors That Affect Reaction Rate
• Ch. 16.10 Review Concentration Problems
• Ch. 16.11 What Affect Does Surface Area Have on Reaction Rate?
• Ch. 16.12 Instantaneous Reaction Rates and Reaction Mechanisms
• Ch. 16.13 Instantaneous Reaction Rate Problem
• Ch. 16.14 More on Reaction Order and Concentration Affecting Reaction Rate
• Ch. 16.15 The Collision Theory
• Ch. 16.16 Reaction Mechanisms
• Ch. 16.17 Reaction Mechanism Problem
• Ch. 16.18 More Practice Doing One Step Complex Reaction Rate Problems
Ch. 17 Chemical Equilibrium & Solubility Equilibria
• Ch. 17.01 Equilibrium: A State of Dynamic Balance
• Ch. 17.02 Keq for Heterogeneous Equilibria
• Ch. 17.03 Equilibrium Constant Problems
• Ch. 17.04 Logarithms
• Ch. 17.05 Logarithm Problems 1
• Ch. 17.06 Logarithm Problems 2
• Ch. 17.07 Using Logs to Prove a Calculation
• Ch. 17.08 Chemical Equilibrium Problems 1
• Ch. 17.09 Chemical Equilibrium Problems 2
• Ch. 17.10 Arrhenius Equation Problems 1
• Ch. 17.11 Arrhenius Equation Problems 2
• Ch. 17.12 LeChatelier's Principle 1
• Ch. 17.13 LeChatelier's Principle 2
• Ch. 17.14 Chemical Equilibrium Using Quadratic Formula 1
• Ch. 17.15 Chemical Equilibrium Using Quadratic Formula 1
• Ch. 17.16 Optimum Conditions
• Ch. 17.17 General Equation for Solubility Equilibria
• Ch. 17.18 Molar Solubility Problems
• Ch. 17.19 Calculating Solubility Product Constant, Ksp Problems 1
• Ch. 17.20 Calculating Solubility Product Constant, Ksp Problems 2
• Ch. 17.21 Common Ion Effect 1
• Ch. 17.22 Common Ion Effect 2
• Ch. 17.23 Common Ion Effect 3
• Ch. 17.24 Predicting Precipitates
• Ch. 17.25 Predicting Precipitates Problems 1
• Ch. 17.26 Predicting Precipitates Problems 2
• Ch. 17.27 Predicting Precipitates Problems 3
Ch. 18 Acid and Base Calculations
• Ch. 18.01 Introduction to Acids and Bases
• Ch. 18.02 pH Problems 1
• Ch. 18.03 pH Problems 2
• Ch. 18.04 Properties of Bases
• Ch. 18.05 Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases 1
• Ch. 18.06 Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases 2
• Ch. 18.07 Anhydrides
• Ch. 18.08 Salts
• Ch. 18.09 Strengths of Acids and Bases
• Ch. 18.10 Ionization Constant Problems 1
• Ch. 18.11 Ionization Constant Problems 2
• Ch. 18.12 Percent of Ionization 1
• Ch. 18.13 Percent of Ionization 2
• Ch. 18.14 Polyprotic Ionization 1
• Ch. 18.15 Polyprotic Ionization 2
• Ch. 18.16 Titration
• Ch. 18.17 Titration Problems 1
• Ch. 18.18 Titration Problems 2
Ch. 19 Oxidation - Reduction Reactions
• Ch. 19.01 Oxidation and Reduction
• Ch. 19.02 Determining Oxidation Numbers Problems
• Ch. 19.03 Electron Transfer and Redox Reactions
• Ch. 19.04 Identifying Oxidation - Reduction Problems
• Ch. 19.05 Identifying Oxidation Agents and Reducing Agents
• Ch. 19.06 Balancing Redox Equations
• Ch. 19.07 Balancing Redox Equations by Using Oxidation Number Changes Method Problems
• Ch. 19.08 Balancing Redox Equations by Using Half-Reactions
• Ch. 19.09 Balancing Redox Equations by Using Half-Reactions Problems
• Ch. 19.10 Balancing Redox Equations by Using Half-Reactions in Acid Solution 1
• Ch. 19.11 Balancing Redox Equations by Using Half-Reactions in Acid Solution 2
Ch. 20 Electrochemistry & Cell Potential
• Ch. 20.01 Voltaic Cells
• Ch. 20.02 Rules for Determining Cell Potentials
• Ch. 20.03 Calculating Cell Potential Problems
• Ch. 20.04 Voltaic Cell Question
• Ch. 20.05 Standard Cell Potential, Cell Reaction, Cell Notation Problem
• Ch. 20.06 Concentration of Very Dilute Solutions
• Ch. 20.07 Parts Per Million