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Every Topic in Your Syllabus is Covered 💯


(Note: Some professors may go out of order or skip a topic, so feel free to bounce around.)

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  The Nature of Matter — Topic Review (⏱️ <23 min)
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  Units and Sig Figs — Topic Review (⏱️ <54 min)
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  Atoms & Elements — Topic Review (⏱️ <53 min)
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  Naming Compounds — Topic Review (⏱️ <46 min)
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  Composition of Compounds — Topic Review (⏱️ <37 min)
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  Chemical Reactions — Topic Review (⏱️ <56 min)
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  Intro to Solutions and Aqueous Reactions Part 1 — Topic Review (⏱️ <32 min)
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  Intro to Solutions and Aqueous Reactions Part 2 — Topic Review (⏱️ <53 min)
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  Basic Gas Laws and The Ideal Gas Law — Topic Review (⏱️ <50 min)
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  Gas Mixtures, Chemical Reactions with Gases, and Kinetic Molecular Theory — Topic Review (⏱️ <66 min)
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  Thermochemistry - Work, Energy, & Heat — Topic Review (⏱️ <105 min)
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  Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom — Topic Review (⏱️ <52 min)
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  Electron Configuration & Periodic Trends — Topic Review (⏱️ <72 min)
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  Lewis Structures and Chemical Bonding — Topic Review (⏱️ <107 min)
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  VSEPR, Molecule Shapes, VB Theory, & MO Theory — Topic Review (⏱️ <66 min)
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  Intermolecular Forces — Topic Review (⏱️ <85 min)
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  Solids & Crystal Structures — Topic Review (⏱️ <19 min)
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  Solutions — Topic Review (⏱️ <99 min)
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  Kinetics — Topic Review (⏱️ <96 min)
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Your Chem Tutor: Marty

Marty attended the University of Florida, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in statistics, a Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, and a Master of Science in electrical engineering.

While working as a teaching assistant for math and physics professors, he also did research on control systems. Later, he also taught high school physics and AP Computer Science.

Marty prides himself on making difficult concepts easier to understand. He’s been tutoring since he was a teenager, and he believes that anybody is capable of learning tough subjects with the right help.

Hit him up at [email protected].

Chemistry Tutor: Marty

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