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3/30/2020Final Exam Study Guide: Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources1/5CHEM101_MH_V4|Topic 17: Review and Final Exam(877) 787-8375HELP CENTERFinal Exam Study Guide4. Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended ResourcesThis guide is intended to assist you in your test preparation, but it is not a summation of all testquestions. Items may be included on the exam that are not included in this guide. Test items may berelated to any assigned reading, lesson presentations, or other materials shared in this section of thecourse.1. Fundamentals ofChemistry (12% to16%)Recommended Learning Resources (eTextbook sections, Moodle lesson topicsand additional study tips)A. Classi±cation ofMatterChapters 1 and 2Topic 1 and 2B. Structure of MatterChapters 1 and 2Topics 1 and 2C. Properties ofMatterChapter 2Topic 2D. Stoichiometry andMeasurementChapter 3Topic 32. Atomic Structureand Periodicity (16%to 20%)A. Elements and thePeriodic TableChapter 6Topic 6B. Atomic modelSection 2.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6 - 3.9, 5.2Topic 2 - 3
3/30/2020Final Exam Study Guide: Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources2/5C. Chemical BondingChapter 8, 9Topic 8Additional tip:Chemical bonding and the nature of the bond are both importantconcepts to apply across large portions of the general chemistry curriculum. To alarge extent, chemistry is the movement of electrons, into and out of bondingarrangements. And attractions between atoms and molecules are largely due towhether electrons are evenly distributed or not. Unevenly distributed electrons in amolecule result in full or partial charges which attract opposite charges onneighboring molecules.D. MolecularGeometryChapter 9Topic 83. ChemicalProperties andReactions (20% to24%)A. Ions, Molecules,and ForcesChapter 11Topic 10Additional tip:It's all about the electrons! There are two main factors to considerwhen thinking about forces between molecules: 1) How many electrons are there?