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General Chemistry (11th Hour)
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The 11th Hour Series of revision guides are designed for quick reference.
The organization of these books actively involves students in the learning process and reinforces concepts. At the end of each chapter there is a test including multiple choice questions, true/false questions and short answer questions, and every answer involves an explanation. In addition, each book contains icons in the text that indicate additional support on a dedicated web page.
Students having difficulties with their courses will find this an excellent way to improve their grades.
Table of Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments.
Unit I: Foundations of the Chemist's View.
1. Matter, Measurement and the Scientific Method.
1. The Properties of Matter.
2. The Scientific Method and Measurement.
2. Atoms, Molecules and Ions.
1. Modern Atomic Theory.
2. Molecules and Ions.
3. Chemical Nomenclature.
3. Stoichiometry and Chemical Change.
1. The Molar Quantity.
2. Stoichiometry and Chemical Reactions.
3. Chemical Change in the Aqueous Environment.
4. The Role of Energy in Chemical Change 1. The Chemical Nature of Energy.
3. Enthalpy of Reaction.
Unit II: Atomic and Molecular Structure.
5. The Quantum Description of Matter.
1. The Physical Properties of Light.
2. Modern Quantum Theory.
3. Atomic Orbitals.
4. Electronic Configuration and the Periodic Table.
6. Ionic and Covalent Bonding.
1. Ionic Bonding.
2. Covalent Bonding.
3. Localized Electron Theory.
7. Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theory.
1. Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) Theory.
2. Hybridization and Bonding.
3. Molecular Orbital Theory.
Unit III: Intermolecular Forces and the States of Matter.
8. The Gaseous State.
1. Gas Pressure and Measurement.
2. The Ideal Gas Law.
3. The Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases.
9. Liquids and Solids.
1. Intermolecular Forces.
2. The Physical Properties of Liquids and Solids.
3. Changes of State.
10. The Properties of Solutions.
1. Fundamentals of Solution Formation.
3. Colligative Properties.
Unit IV: Chemical Reactions and the Equilibrium State.
11. The Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions.
1. The Rate of Reaction.
2. Differential and Integrated Rate Laws.
3. Reaction Mechanisms and Dynamics.
12. Chemical Equilibrium.
1. The Equilibrium Condition.
2. Acid - Base Equilibria.
3. Solubility and Complex Ion Formation.
13. Entropy, Free Energy and Chemical Equilibrium.
1. Entropy and Spontaneous Processes.
2. Gibbs Free Energy.
3. Free Energy and Chemical Equilibrium.
1. The Galvanic Cell.
2. Cell Potential and Free Energy.
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