113009a - Chem 105 A Review Fall 2009 How to study for the...

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Unformatted text preview: Chem 105 A Review Fall 2009 How to study for the final 1. Retake the old exams and practice exams. 2. Look at notes from class. 3. Reread sections in the textbook that you do not fully understand. 4. Do practice problems especially the integrated problems. 5. Review ALEKS. 6. Come to office hours Tuesday Dec. 8 th 8 am 12 noon. 7. Try problems from other textbooks (can be found in SGM 223). 8. Relax, you know more than you think you do! z Chapter 1.1 1.9 z Chapter 2.1 2.8 z Chapter 3.1 3.10 z Chapter 4.1 4.10 z Chapter 5.1 5.10 z Chapter 6.1 6.4 z Chapter 7.1 7.12 z Chapter 10.9 z Chapter 11.1, 11.4 11.5 z Naming compounds and elements z Isotopes: natural abundance, # protons, # neutrons, # electrons z Percent composition z Empirical and molecular formulas z Balancing equations z Limiting Reactants z Percent Yield z Molarity Final Exam Material Final Exam Material z Dilution z Solution Stoichiometry z Acid-Base Reactions z Oxidation Reduction Reactions...
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This note was uploaded on 10/23/2010 for the course CHEM 105A taught by Professor Bau during the Fall '04 term at USC.

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113009a - Chem 105 A Review Fall 2009 How to study for the...

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