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  • Table of Contents
  • Course Details
  • Units and Unit Conversions.
    Understanding Metric Prefixes and Units
    Choosing Appropriate Units
    Using Metric Conversions
    Converting between Systems of Measurement
    Using Dimensional Analysis
  • Scientific Notation and Significant Figures
    Putting Numbers in Scientific Notation
    Taking Numbers out of Scientific Notation
    Calculating with Numbers in Scientific Notation
    Recognizing Significant Figures
    Writing Answers with the Right Number of Sig Figs
  • Matter and Energy
    Phases of Matter and Phase Changes
    Classifying Substances and Mixtures
    Properties of Matter
    Calculating Density
    Doing Energy Calculations
  • The Atom and Nuclear Chemistry
    Isotopes and Subatomic Particles
    Electrons and Quantum Mechanics
    Average Atomic Mass
    Nuclear Reactions and Nuclear Decay
    Completing Nuclear Reactions
    Half-Lives
  • Periodicity and the Periodic Table
    Element Symbols and Names
    Structure of the Periodic Table
    Periodic Trends
  • Ionic Bonding
    Naming Binary Compounds
    Naming Compounds with Polyatomic Ions
    Writing Formulas of Binary Compounds
    Writing Formulas of Compounds with Polyatomic Ions
  • Covalent Bonding
    Prefixes in Covalent-Compound Names
    Naming Covalent Compounds
    Writing Formulas of Covalent Compounds
  • Molecular Geometry
    Valence Electrons
    Predicting Bond Types
    Basic Molecular Shapes
    Exceptional Molecular Shapes
    Polarity of Molecules
  • Chemical Reactions
    Classifying Reactions from Chemical Equations
    Classifying Reactions from Word Equations
    Predicting Reactions
    Balancing Chemical Reactions
    Balancing Reactions from Word Equations
    Predicting Products and Balancing Reactions
    Redox and Acid-Base Reactions
  • Molar Calculations
    Calculating Molar Mass
    Finding Mass Percent
    Empirical Formulas
    Molecular Formulas
    Mole Calculations
    Percent Yield
    Limiting Reactants
  • Thermochemistry
    Converting Temperatures
    Phase Changes and Energy
    Specific Heat and Calorimetry
    Heats of Formation
    Enthalpy Changes with Hess's Law
  • Gases
    Converting Pressure Units
    Boyle's Law
    Charles's Law
    Gay-Lussac's Law
    The Combined Gas Law
    Avogadro's Law
    The Ideal Gas Law
    Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
    Graham's Law
    Gas Stoichiometry
  • Solutions (The Chemistry Kind)
    Solutions, Solvents, and Solutes
    Concentration Calculations
    Dilution
    Molality
    Colligative Properties
  • Acids and Bases
    Identifying Acids and Bases
    Conjugate Acids and Bases
    Finding pH and pOH of Strong Acids and Bases
    Finding pH and pOH of Weak Acids and Bases
    Stoichiometry of Titrations
    Buffer Solutions
    Titrations and pH Changes
  • Graphing Basics
    Graphing
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Description:

Having a bad reaction to your chemistry course? Fear not, help is here. Your one-year online subscription to 1,001 Chemistry Practice Problems For Dummies gives you 1,001 opportunities to practice solving problems that you'll encounter in you Chemistry I course. You start with the basics of unit conversion and scientific notation and significant figures, and then you move on to matter and energy, the periodic table, and bonding, and you finish up with reactions, gases, solutions, acids and bases, some graphing basics. Every practice problem includes not only an answer but a step-by-step explanation.

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