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- Significant Figures
- Exponents
- Scientific Notation
- Percentage
- Mass, density and volume
- Mass, density and volume
- Converting Volumes
- Converting Mass
- Converting Distance
- Converting Densities
- Converting Temperatures

- Simple Naming
- Names-Stock Notation
- Names to formulas
- Calculating gfws
- Mass, moles and gfw
- Mass Relations from chemical formulas
- General Treatment of relations from chemical formulas
- Percent Composition
- Empirical formulas
- Combustion Analysis

- Balancing chemical equations
- Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions
- Mole Relationships in Chemical Reactions
- General Relationships in Chemical Reactions
- Limiting Reagents
- Calculations based on percent yields
- Using the Limiting Reagent
- Combustion Analysis

- Predicting Precipitation
- Identifying acids and bases
- pH, pOH, [H
^{+}], [OH^{-}] - Basic relations(pH,pOH,etc)
- Solutions of acids
- Solutions of Acids and Bases-complete treatments
- Acids/Base Titrations

- Heat and Temperature Changes for water
- Heat Transfer-water
- Heat Transfer-water,word problems
- Heat Transfer-water and another substance
- The Thermochemical Equation
- Hess' Law

- Raoult's Law-one volatile component
- Raoult's Law-two volatile components
- Molarity, moles and volume
- Molarity, mass and volume
- Osmotic Pressure
- Freezing and Boiling Points-Aqueous Solutions

- Determining Orders and Rate Constants
- Using the Rate Law
- First Order Processes
- The Arrhenius Equation

- Calculating K
- Calculating K-advanced
- Calculating an Equilibrium Concentration
- Q vs K
- The LeChatelier Effect
- Combining Equilibria
- Kc and Kp

- Identifying acids and bases
- pH, pOH, [H
^{+}], [OH^{-}] - Basic relations(pH,pOH,etc)
- Solutions of acids
- Solutions of Acids and Bases-complete treatments
- Acids/Base Titrations
- Acid-base reactions-calculation of K
- Acids/Base Titrations
- The Composition of Buffers
- Properties of Buffers

- Balancing Oxidation Reduction Reactions
- Calculating E
_{o} - Relating E,K and G
- Faraday's Laws
- The Nernst Equation

Please send comments or suggestions to svanbram@science.widener.edu

Scott Van Bramer

Department of Chemistry

Widener University

Chester, PA 19013

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