Chem 1211 Study Guide - Chem 1211 Study Guide - UGA Intro:...

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Chem 1211 Study Guide - UGA Intro: To those of you who have never used google docs and eLC to collaborate on a study guide for a test or final, it’s pretty simple. Anyone can come on this study guide and edit / modify. No Gmail or Google account required. Multiple people can be using the google doc at any given time, so don’t be surprised when you see a sentence or two appear in front of you as your reading it. I’ve gone to the effort of organizing a study guide for us all to collaborate on and share, fortunately our grades are independent of each other (Unlike FINA 3000) so hopefully nobody will have a problem contributing to help. Contributing should be a good way to prepare for the exam What You Can Find in this Study Guide: This study guide will consist of five elements: 1. An outline of everything you must know for the exam. All vocab words, polyatomic ions, solubility rules, hybridization and molecular/electronic geometry shapes, and so on. So basically anything you have to memorize or re-familiarize yourself with before the final BEFORE you start going more in-depth and start working on problems and applying knowledge. 2. List of things to memorize before moving to part 3 3. How to correctly solve each type of problem they could give us. Ranging from the basic factor label method, to steps of how to draw Lewis Dot formulas and such. a. Some explanations are pretty simple, or capable of being described in words without much of a problem. However, sometimes problems can be better solved with a picture or video. This can be linked from two locations: 1) Our class eLC Homepage > Chem 1211 > Lecture Notes. Or 2) Say you draw a picture in paint and want to share it, you can upload it using . Imageshack will give a you link for your image, which you can post and share. 2. An area where people can write questions they would like people to answer. This area will be organized by the Chapter the question relates to. Also, do not ask for an explanation that has already been done in section 3. 3. Finally, there will be an area at the end where people can post Videos and Tutorials. Tutoring Zone offers online instructional videos through facebook. I will see if someone can figure out a way to share them here. COLOR-KEY FOR STUDY GUIDE Red indicates that a particular section needs work. Baby Blue indicates that a particular section is almost complete, but may need verification Green is the best, as it indicates that a particular section is complete and correct Yellow is a direct quote from either a TA or instructor. Such as an email correspondence. Quotes from Tutoring Zone are also acceptable for Yellow, but quoting from notes that have been purchased elsewhere are inappropriate as in my experience they often contain mistakes or errors (As they are student’s notes) Purple (The bright one) indicates that this information may not be necessary for the exam. Example: In writing the outline for the study guide I listed Plasma as a state of matter,
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2011 for the course CHEM 1211 taught by Professor Atwood during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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Chem 1211 Study Guide - Chem 1211 Study Guide - UGA Intro:...

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