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Final Exam Study Guide_ Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources.pdf

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3/30/2020 Final Exam Study Guide: Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources 1/5 CHEM101_MH_V4 | Topic 17: Review and Final Exam (877) 787-8375 HELP CENTER Final Exam Study Guide 4. Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources This guide is intended to assist you in your test preparation, but it is not a summation of all test questions. Items may be included on the exam that are not included in this guide. Test items may be related to any assigned reading, lesson presentations, or other materials shared in this section of the course. 1. Fundamentals of Chemistry (12% to 16%) Recommended Learning Resources (eTextbook sections, Moodle lesson topics and additional study tips) A. Classi±cation of Matter Chapters 1 and 2 Topic 1 and 2 B. Structure of Matter Chapters 1 and 2 Topics 1 and 2 C. Properties of Matter Chapter 2 Topic 2 D. Stoichiometry and Measurement Chapter 3 Topic 3 2. Atomic Structure and Periodicity (16% to 20%) A. Elements and the Periodic Table Chapter 6 Topic 6 B. Atomic model Section 2.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.6 - 3.9, 5.2 Topic 2 - 3
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3/30/2020 Final Exam Study Guide: Exam Content Guidelines and Recommended Resources 2/5 C. Chemical Bonding Chapter 8, 9 Topic 8 Additional tip: Chemical bonding and the nature of the bond are both important concepts to apply across large portions of the general chemistry curriculum. To a large extent, chemistry is the movement of electrons, into and out of bonding arrangements. And attractions between atoms and molecules are largely due to whether electrons are evenly distributed or not. Unevenly distributed electrons in a molecule result in full or partial charges which attract opposite charges on neighboring molecules. D. Molecular Geometry Chapter 9 Topic 8 3. Chemical Properties and Reactions (20% to 24%) A. Ions, Molecules, and Forces Chapter 11 Topic 10 Additional tip: It's all about the electrons! There are two main factors to consider when thinking about forces between molecules: 1) How many electrons are there?
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