Date: May 31, 10:30-12:30

30 MC & 4 short answer

Chapters: 1 - 6

Balancing equations

Solution preparation and determination of concentration

Mole conversion problems

Molar mass problems

Empirical and molecular formulas

Structure of the atom

Periodic table

Periodicity/periodic trends

Oxidizing elements

Comparison of bond angles

Drawing Lewis Structures and identifying bond angles

Chemical Bonding

Polarity

Energetics: Endothermic and exothermic reactions, enthalpy changes

Ways to measure rate of a reaction without using math

Electromagnetic spectrum

Hess' Law

Collision Theory

Maxwell-Boltzmann curve: drawing and analysis

Uncertainty in measurement

Calculating density

Difference between random and systematic errors

How do you figure out the rate-determining step in a reaction?

Significant figures

Actual yield and theoretical yield

Percent error and percent yield

Percent by mass

You should have all of your quizzes and practice problems. No, you cannot have your old tests, but between your quizzes, the practice problems, your notes and the material on the website, you have everything you need to create a usable study guide for your final exam.

30 MC & 4 short answer

Chapters: 1 - 6

__Content__Balancing equations

Solution preparation and determination of concentration

Mole conversion problems

Molar mass problems

Empirical and molecular formulas

Structure of the atom

Periodic table

Periodicity/periodic trends

Oxidizing elements

Comparison of bond angles

Drawing Lewis Structures and identifying bond angles

Chemical Bonding

Polarity

Energetics: Endothermic and exothermic reactions, enthalpy changes

Ways to measure rate of a reaction without using math

Electromagnetic spectrum

Hess' Law

Collision Theory

Maxwell-Boltzmann curve: drawing and analysis

Uncertainty in measurement

Calculating density

Difference between random and systematic errors

How do you figure out the rate-determining step in a reaction?

Significant figures

Actual yield and theoretical yield

Percent error and percent yield

Percent by mass

You should have all of your quizzes and practice problems. No, you cannot have your old tests, but between your quizzes, the practice problems, your notes and the material on the website, you have everything you need to create a usable study guide for your final exam.