General Chemistry: Guided Explorations / Edition 3by David Hanson
Pub. Date: 08/28/2007
Publisher: Cengage Learning
This student workbook is designed to support Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) with activities that promote a student-focused active classroom. It is an excellent accompaniment to Principles of Chemistry: The Molecular Science or any other general chemistry text. See more details below
This student workbook is designed to support Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) with activities that promote a student-focused active classroom. It is an excellent accompaniment to Principles of Chemistry: The Molecular Science or any other general chemistry text.
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Table of Contents
1. The Nature of Matter. 2. Scientists Love to Measure. 3. The Nuclear Atom. 4. The Mole and Molar Mass. 5. Naming Compounds. 6. Determining Molecular Formulas. 7. Reaction Stoichiometry. 8. Limiting Reactants. 9. Types of Chemical Reactions 10. Solution Concentration and Stoichiometry. 11. Energy. 12. Enthalpy. 13. Fuels. 14. Photoelectron Spectrum of Argon. 15. Periodic Trends in Properties of Elements. 16. Lewis Structures. 17. Electronegativity and Bond Properties. 18. VSEPR Model. 19. Hybrid Atomic Orbitals. 20. Gases and the Ideal Gas Law. 21. Partial Pressures. 22. Phases of Matter. 23. Phase Diagrams. 24. Solubility. 25. Colligative Properties. 26. Rates of Chemical Reactions. 27. Reaction Mechanisms. 28. Equilibrium Constant and Reaction Quotient. 29. Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations. 30. Acid Ionization Constants. 31. Calculations Involving Acid Ionization Constants. 32. Buffers. 33. Acid ? Base Titrations. 34. Entropy. 35. Free Energy. 36. Electrochemical Cells. 37. Electrolytic Cells. 38. Radioactivity. 39. Rates of Nuclear Decay. 40. Chemistry of Main Group Elements. 41. Electronic Structure and Properties. 42. Transition metals and Coordination Compounds. 43. Magnetism and Color in Coordination Compounds. 44. Organic Functional Groups.
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