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Chem II AP: Resources

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The textbook online can be found at http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072512644/information_center_view0/.

 

Here is the online PES generator. Keep in mind that this energy scale has the low IE (the valence electrons) to the left, which is opposite to the orientation we saw in class.

 

Here is the Chem 2 AP Reference Packet (the green handout) and the Stuff I Should Know packet (yellow handout)

 

Thursday 2/28 wasSTEM day at Westfield, and we had the honor of having Amit Lath, professor of physics at Rutgers, talk to us about his work on the Higgs Boson (here is a recent talk he gave at another high school).

 

Here is a link to a web page on gravimetric analysis. There is a nice problem that you can solve, as well as a little analysis of possible error sources and their effect on the immediate results.

 

Here is the link to a website with information on the Substituent Effects on the Acidity of Carboxylic Acids (from the Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry) [both links open in a new window].

 

For those interested in extra practice with Lewis structures, here are a few links (all open in a new window): Mr. Kent’s Chemistry Page; Chemistry 401 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry University of Rhode Island Practice Problems.

 

I have found yet another source of extra tutorials and study materials: http://colgurchemistry.com/Chem12/chem12.htm.

 

The Purdue Chemistry How Do I Solve It has some excellent tutorials on acids & bases, including salts & hydrolysis. Chemmybear has a good, short list of what to look for in complex ion reactions. UC Davis ChemWiki is also a good resource.

 

Here is the link to Dr. Leggett’s YouTube Channel, where you’ll find lots of great video lessons to supplement our class lessons.

 

In reference to our unit on batteries, one of my favorite comic strips has an interesting take on construction of batteries:
Get Fuzzy

 

 

   

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