Entire Year General Chemistry Notes (Sections 1-20)
The FULL COURSE Notes (1st and 2nd Semesters) of General Chemistry Notes is 381 pages in length (Section 1 through Section 20) and covers ALL lecture notes and topics discussed in your ENTIRE general chemistry lecture course.
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SECTION 1 – Foundations of Chemistry - 19 pages.
SECTION 2 – Atom, Molecules, and Ions - 21 pages.
SECTION 3 – Chemical Quantities and Stoichiometry - 16 pages.
SECTION 4 – Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry - 26 pages.
SECTION 5 – Gases - 18 pages.
SECTION 6 – Thermochemistry - 17 pages.
SECTION 7 – The Quantum Mechanical View of the Atom, and Periodicity - 19 pages.
SECTION 8 – Chemical Bonding - 28 pages.
SECTION 9 – Covalent Bonding and Molecular Orbitals - 16 pages.
SECTION 10 – Liquids, Solids, and Intermolecular Forces - 18 pages.
SECTION 11 – Solutions and Their Properties - 13 pages.
SECTION 12 – Chemical Kinetics- 24 pages.
SECTION 13 – Chemical Equilibrium - 19 pages.
SECTION 14 – Acids and Bases - 23 pages.
SECTION 15 – Applications of Acid-Base Equilibria - 19 pages.
SECTION 16 – Spontaneity, Entropy, and Free Energy - 10 pages.
SECTION 17 – Electrochemistry - 22 pages.
SECTION 18 – Transition Metals and Coordination Chemistry - 22 pages.
SECTION 19 – The Nucleus and Nuclear Chemistry - 18 pages.
SECTION 20 – An Introduction to Organic Chemistry - 13 pages.
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