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Uploaded on Feb 6, 2009

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1. The Periodic Table
2. Predicting Ion Charges
3. Names to Formulas of Ionic Compounds
4. The Molecule
5. Predicting the Water Solubility of Common Ionic Compounds
6. Writing Net Ionic Equations
7. Simple Stoichiometry
8a. FREE DOWNLOAD: Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants (Part 1)
8b. Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants (Part 2)
9a. FREE DOWNLOAD: pH (Part 1)
9b. pH (Part 2)
10. Thermochemistry and Hesss Law
11. Periodic Trends
12. Drawing Lewis Electron Dot Structures
13. Molecular Polarity
14. Hybrid Atomic Orbitals
15. Naming Organic Compounds
16. Gas Laws and the Kinetic Molecular Theory
17. Intermolecular Forces
18. The Solid State
19. Colligative Properties
20. Chemical Kinetics
21. Chemical Equilibrium
22. Equilibrium
23. Understanding Acid‐Base Buffers
24. Gibbs Free Energy and Equilibrium
25. Oxidation‐Reduction Reactions
1. The Periodic Table
2. Predicting Ion Charges
3. Names to Formulas of Ionic Compounds
4. The Molecule
5. Predicting the Water Solubility of Common Ionic Compounds
6. Writing Net Ionic Equations
7. Simple Stoichiometry
8a. FREE DOWNLOAD: Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants (Part 1)
8b. Stoichiometry and Limiting Reactants (Part 2)
9a. FREE DOWNLOAD: pH (Part 1)
9b. pH (Part 2)
10. Thermochemistry and Hesss Law
11. Periodic Trends
12. Drawing Lewis Electron Dot Structures
13. Molecular Polarity
14. Hybrid Atomic Orbitals
15. Naming Organic Compounds
16. Gas Laws and the Kinetic Molecular Theory
17. Intermolecular Forces
18. The Solid State
19. Colligative Properties
20. Chemical Kinetics
21. Chemical Equilibrium
22. Equilibrium
23. Understanding Acid‐Base Buffers
24. Gibbs Free Energy and Equilibrium
25. Oxidation‐Reduction Reactions

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