Please forward this error chemistry chemical names and formulas pdf to 216. Please forward this error screen to 216. NEW page for my Chemistry Review activities.
Don’t worry – this page will remain here as long as this site exists, but no new reviews will be added to this page. This page has MANY review activities that I no longer use in my course. My students have trouble identifying the appropriate review activities to do because of the clutter. None-the-less, I don’t want to delete activities that other teachers may still find usefull. The older quizzes have already begun to experience some malfunctions in browsers.
The problem will only get worse as their coding becomes deprecated. The software that I used to create them has also become unreliable, making it difficult to edit the activities. So, continue to use this page and these activities, but also stop by the NEW Chemistry Review Page to see the new unit structure. Many new, mobile-friendly review activities will be added there as we “dial in” the new curriculum over the next few years. Boiling Point, Freezing Point, Density, Latent heat of phase change.
News As of February, 2017, I am no longer updating this set of review activities. Instead, I have started a new page with the newer reviews that align with content as we move to the NGSS State Framework adopted in California. The new review page, with our new Unit structure will be the landing place for any new reviews that I create moving forward. If you find a mistake here, I will of course fix it.
An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop. There are two versions of this current textbook, both containing the same information but organized differently: the “Chemistry-first” version begins with actual “chemistry” — that is, chemical equations and reactions. The alternative “Atoms-first” format saves this stuff for later, and begins with atomic theory and bonding. This 1979 text is well-regarded and still good for most first-year General Chemistry courses. General Chemistry – a free textbook compiled from the work of various authors. It is available in the format of a “help” file that works with MS Windows.
This free book in PDF format is a revised and enlarged version of the first edition published in hard-cover format in 2001 by Prentice Hall. Daley can be downloaded as pdf files. Mark Kubinec, are of outstanding quality – perhaps the best college-level general chemistry tutorials available. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis. Yale Freshman Organic Chemistry – Another excellent series, this one covers the two-semester first-year course which includes organic chemistry.
These are llive classroom lectures, given by Prof. His descriptions of the historical development of important concepts is unusually good, and adds to their understanding. The material is organized into sections for analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, physical and theoretical chemistry. It is intended primarily for students in beginning chemistry courses. 20 “donate-ware”, and well worth it! Virtual Chembook – this nicely-done site by Charles Ophardt of Elmhurst College covers a wide swath of general, organic, and environmental chemistry. The text material is interesting and well written without attempting to be encyclopedic.