Chemistry Chemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach
Chemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach

Chemistry: An Atoms-Focused Approach Kirss • 2nd Edition • 9780393284218

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Ch.1 - Matter & Energy: An Atomic Perspective

The Scientific Method Mixtures Scientific Notation Accuracy & Precision Standard Deviation, Mean, Median & Mode Metric Prefixes Significant Figures Energy, Heat and Temperature Physical & Chemical Changes Physical & Chemical Properties Dimensional Analysis Density End of Chapter 1 Problems

Ch.2 - Atoms, Ions, and Molecules: The Building Blocks of Matter

Periodic Table Mole Concept Isotopes Mass Spectrometry Subatomic Particles Atomic Theory Thomson's Cathode Ray Tube Experiment Oil Drop Experiment Gold Foil Experiment The Chadwick Neutron Experiment End of Chapter 2 Problems

Ch.3 - Atomic Structure: Explaining the Properties of Elements

Wavelength and Frequency Diffraction vs Refraction The Particle Nature of Light Photoelectric Effect De Broglie Wavelength Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Bohr Model Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Electron Configuration Paramagnetic and Diamagnetic Effective Nuclear Charge The Spin Quantum Number Orbital Shapes Atomic Radius Periodic Trends: Atomic Radius Periodic Trends: Ionic Radius Periodic Trends: Ionization Energy Periodic Trends: Electron Affinity End of Chapter 7 Problems

BONUS: Lab Techniques and Procedures

Laboratory Materials Experimental Error Distillation & Floatation Chromatography Filtration and Evaporation Extraction Test for Ions and Gases

BONUS: Mathematical Operations and Functions

Multiplication and Division Operations Addition and Subtraction Operations Power and Root Functions Logarithmic and Natural Logarithmic Functions The Quadratic Formula

Ch.4 - Chemical Bonding: Understanding Climate Change

Chemical Bonds Naming Covalent Compounds Naming Ionic Compounds Naming Acids Polyatomic Ions Dipole Moment Lattice Energy Lattice Energy Application Born Haber Cycle Lewis Dot Structure Octet Rule Formal Charge Resonance Structures End of Chapter 4 Problems

Ch.5 - Bonding Theories: Explaining Molecular Geometry

Molecular Polarity Molecular vs Electron Geometry Bond Angles Electronegativity Hybridization Molecular Orbital Theory Heteronuclear Diatomic Molecules

Ch.6 - Intermolecular Forces: Attractions between Particles

Intermolecular Forces Phase Diagram Heating and Cooling Curves Clausius-Clapeyron Equation

Ch. 7 - Stoichiometry: Mass Relationships and Chemical Reactions

Balancing Chemical Equations Stoichiometry Empirical Formula Combustion Analysis Functional Groups in Chemistry Mass Percent Formula

Ch.8 - Aqueous Solutions: Chemistry of the Hydrosphere

Solution Stoichiometry Molarity Normality & Equivalent Weight Dilution Electrolytes Net Ionic Equations Redox Reaction Balancing Redox Reactions Types of Chemical Reactions Activity Series Solubility Rules

Ch.9 - Thermochemistry: Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions

Internal Energy Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions Calorimetry Hess's Law Enthalpy of Formation End of Chapter 6 Problems

Ch.10 - Properties of Gases: The Air We Breathe

Pressure Units Manometer Partial Pressure The Ideal Gas Law Standard Temperature and Pressure Effusion Root Mean Square Speed Kinetic Molecular Theory Van der Waals Equation Velocity Distribution End of Chapter 5 Problems

Ch.11 - Properties of Solutions: Their Concentrations and Colligative Properties

Solutions, Molarity and Intermolecular Forces Henry's Law Calculate Molarity Mass Percent Molality Mole Fraction ppm The Colligative Properties Boiling Point Elevation

Ch.12 - Thermodynamics: Why Chemical Reactions Happen

Spontaneous Reaction First Law of Thermodynamics Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics Entropy Gibbs Free Energy

Ch.13 - Chemical Kinetics: Clearing the Air

Rate of Reaction Average Rate of Reaction Arrhenius Equation Rate Law Integrated Rate Law Collision Theory

Ch.14 - Chemical Equilibrium: Equal but Opposite Reaction Rates

Chemical Equilibrium Equilibrium Expressions ICE Chart Le Chatelier's Principle The Reaction Quotient

Ch.15 - Acid-Base Equilibria: Proton Transfer in Biological Systems

Identifying Acids and Bases Arrhenius Acid and Base Bronsted Lowry Acid and Base Conjugate Acids and Bases Amphoteric Lewis Acid and Base pH and pOH Weak Bases Ka and Kb Ionic Salts Diprotic Acid Polyprotic Acid

Ch.16 - Additional Aqueous Equilibria: Chemistry and the Oceans

Buffer Acid and Base Titration Curves Weak Acid Strong Base Titrations Weak Base Strong Acid Titrations Strong Acid Strong Base Titrations Titrations of Diprotic and Polyprotic Acids Ksp

Ch.17 - Electrochemistry: The Quest for Clean Energy

Redox Reaction Balancing Redox Reaction The Nernst Equation Faraday's Constant Galvanic Cell Batteries and Electricity

Ch.18 - The Solid State: A Particular View

Metal Alloys Unit Cell

Ch.19 - Organic Chemistry: Fuels, Pharmaceuticals, and Modern Materials

Introduction to Organic Chemistry Structural Formula Chirality Optical Isomers Hydrocarbon The Alkyl Group Naming Alkanes Naming Alkenes Naming Alkynes Alkane Reactions Alkenes and Alkynes Benzene Reactions Functional Groups Alcohol Reactions Carboxylic Acid Derivative Reactions

Ch.21 - Nuclear Chemistry: The Risks and Benefits

Radioactive Decay Band of Stability Magic Numbers First Order Half Life

Ch.22 - The Main Group Elements: Life and the Periodic Table

Hydrogen Atom Alkali Metals Alkaline Earth Metals Alkaline Earth Metals Reactions Periodic Trends and Diagonal Relationships Boron Family Carbon Family Nitrogen Family Oxygen Family Halogens

Ch.23 - Transition Metals: Biological and Medical Applications

Transition Metals Transition Metals Properties Coordination Complexes Naming Coordination Compounds Coordination Isomers