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Review sheet for Exam 1 Chemistry 101 Fall 2010 Introduced in Chapter 1 and continued in later chapters 1. Kinetic molecular theory and atomic theory. 2. Nanoscale, macroscale, and symbolic representations . 3. Features of atoms, elements, molecules, and compounds. 4. Phases of matter. 5. Physical and chemical transformations. 6. Measurements. Introduced in Chapter 2 and continued in later chapters 1. Atomic structure and isotopes. 2. Significant figures and scientific notation. 3. Mole and molar mass . Avogadro’s number (N A ) for # items-mole conversions. Molar mass (MM) for mass-mole-atom or molecule conversions (using N A and MM). 4. General aspects of the periodic table. Introduced in Chapter 3 and continued in later chapters 1. Ions, ionic compounds, and solutions of ionic compounds. 2. Percent composition (mass %).
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Molecular compounds. 4. Chemical formulas and naming of ions, molecules, and compounds. 5. Empirical formula and molecular formula . Applying N A , MM, and mass %, which are all ratios (#items/mole, #g/mole, #g/#g). Introduced in Chapter 4 and continued in later chapters 1. Basic understanding of a chemical equation. 2. Balancing chemical equations. Exam questions can be 1. Quantitative problems (e.g., finding a numerical result, using significant figures, etc.) 2. Qualitative problems (e.g., drawing pictures, estimating an answer, etc.) 3. Open-ended response (e.g., naming a compound, explaining a concept, explaining how to solve a problem, etc.) Exam questions based on 1. Lecture material, examples and practice problems, 2. Homework (OWL, textbook, group), and 3. Recitation quizzes....
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Scottnickolaisen during the Fall '11 term at California State University Los Angeles .

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