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- Study Guide (fill this in as you watch the videos!)
- Units and Measurement (p. 3-6) (8:43)
- Converting Between Units (p. 7-9) (7:46)
- Density (p. 10) (3:44)
- Significant Figures (p. 11-13) (16:59)
- Precision and Accuracy (p. 14-15) (6:25)
- Intensive and Extensive Properties (p. 16) (2:49)
- Dimensional Analysis (p. 17-18) (6:57)

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- Structure of the Atom, Elements, and Isotopes (p. 3-5) (14:46)
- Periodic Table Overview (p. 6-7) (8:35)
- Ions and Ionic States (p. 8) (3:56)
- The Mole and Molar Mass (p. 9-10) (14:55)
- Some Important Laws (p. 11-12) (8:05)
- Brief History of Atomic Theory (p. 13) (2:06)

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- Types of Chemical Bonds and Compounds (p. 3-5) (12:11)
- Chemical Formulas and Polyatomic Ions (p. 6-8) (9:20)
- Polyatomic Ions Cheat Sheet
- Ionic Compounds - Formulas and Naming (p. 9-13) (12:19)
- Molecular Compounds - Formulas and Naming (p. 14-15) (3:31)
- Acids - Naming (p. 16) (3:52)
- Basic Organic Compounds - Formulas and Naming (p. 17) (3:41)
- Naming - Quick Summary (p. 18) (0:41)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Types of Chemical Bonds Practice Exam Solutions (1:46)
- Naming Ionic Compounds Practice Exam Solutions (6:18)
- Naming Molecular Compounds Practice Exam Solutions (2:16)
- Naming Acids Practice Exam Solutions (4:54)
- Naming Basic Organic Compounds Practice Exam Solutions (2:50)

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- Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations (p. 3-4) (11:14)
- Reaction Stoichiometry (p. 5-6) (10:24)
- Working with Hydrates (p. 7) (6:38)
- Limiting Reactant, Excess Reactant, and Theoretical Yield (p. 8-10) (11:36)
- Theoretical Yield with Sequential Reactions (p. 11) (12:35)
- Types of Reactions (p. 12) (3:28)

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- Solubility Rules Reference Sheet
- Solution Concentration (p. 3-4) (6:10)
- Dilution Problems and Solution Stoichiometry (p. 5) (3:16)
- Types of Aqueous Solutions and Solubility (p. 6-7) (10:19)
- Precipitation Reactions (p. 8) (4:22)
- Molecular, Ionic, and Net Ionic Equations (p. 9) (7:20)

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- What are Energy, Heat, and Work? (p. 3-4) (5:17)
- Heat, Work, and The First Law of Thermodynamics (p. 5-6) (10:09)
- How to Calculate Heat - Calorimetry (p. 7-8) (16:35)
- How to Calculate Work (p. 9-10) (12:54)
- Enthalpy (p. 11-12) (13:54)
- Heat of Reaction and Calorimeters (p. 13-15) (18:11)
- Hess's Law and Other Important Relationships (p. 16-17) (14:51)
- Standard Enthalpy of Formation (p. 18-19) (12:23)

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- Light as a Wave and the EM Spectrum (p. 3-4) (8:42)
- Light as a Particle and the Photoelectric Effect (p. 5-6) (7:47)
- Atomic Spectroscopy and Emission Spectra (p. 7-9) (17:49)
- The de Broglie Wavelength and the Uncertainty Principle (p. 10) (4:50)
- Quantum Numbers and Orbital Shapes (p. 11-15) (11:58)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Light as a Wave Practice Exam Solutions (4:55)
- The Photoelectric Effect and Energy of a Photon Practice Exam Solutions (14:08)
- Atomic Spectroscopy and Emission Spectra Practice Exam Solutions (9:27)
- Quantum Numbers and Orbitals Practice Exam Solutions (6:08)

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- Electron Configuration (p. 3-6) (14:45)
- Types of Electrons in an Atom (p. 7-10) (23:50)
- Atomic Size and Effective Nuclear Charge (p. 11-13) (13:11)
- Ionization Energy (p. 14-15) (11:15)
- Electron Affinity and Metallic Character (p. 16) (5:27)
- Summary of Trends (p. 17) (2:48)

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- Bonding and Lewis Dot Structures Overview (p. 3-7) (21:20)
- Exceptions to the Octet Rule (p. 8) (5:47)
- Lattice Energy and The Born-Haber Cycle (p. 9-13) (24:14)
- Bond Energy (p. 14-15) (17:30)
- Bond Length (p. 16) (3:08)
- Electronegativity (p. 17-18) (6:51)
- Bond Polarity (p. 19-20) (8:44)
- Dipole Moment & Percent Ionic Character (p. 21) (3:32)
- Resonance & Formal Charge (p. 22-23) (12:20)
- Bond Order for Resonance Hybrids (p. 24) (3:19)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Drawing Basic Lewis Dot Structures Practice Exam Solutions (8:15)
- Lattice Energy and The Born-Haber Cycle Practice Exam Solutions (16:55)
- Bond Energy Practice Exam Solutions (9:36)
- Bond Polarity Practice Exam Solutions (6:11)
- Resonance & Formal Charge Practice Exam Solutions (29:52)

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- Intermolecular Forces (p. 3-6) (14:07)
- Surface Tension, Viscosity, and Capillary Action (p. 7) (8:01)
- Vapor Pressure & Boiling Point (p. 8-9) (16:56)
- The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation (p. 10-11) (14:17)
- Heat of Vaporization (p. 13) (4:14)
- Heats of Sublimation and Fusion (p. 14) (4:21)
- Heating Curves (p. 15-16) (15:17)
- Phase Diagrams (p. 17-18) (7:32)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Intermolecular Forces Practice Exam Solutions (16:11)
- Heating Curves & Phase Diagrams Practice Exam Solutions (13:09)
- Vapor Pressure & Boiling Point Practice Exam Solutions (10:04)
- The Clausius-Clapeyron Equation Practice Exam Solutions (14:39)

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- Solubility and Types of Solutions (p. 3-5) (12:21)
- Enthalpy of Solution (p. 6-7) (9:14)
- Solution Equilibrium (p. 8-9) (6:07)
- Temperature, Pressure, Solubility, and Henry's Law (p. 10) (2:57)
- Measuring Concentration (p. 11-12) (16:11)
- Colligative Properties - Overview (p. 13) (4:32)
- Vapor Pressure Lowering and Raoult-s Law (p. 14-15) (15:14)
- Freezing Point Depression and Boiling Point Elevation (p. 16-17) (10:30)
- Osmotic Pressure (p. 18-19) (7:37)
- Colligative Properties of Strong Electrolytes and the van't Hoff Factor (p. 20-21) (10:12)
- Colloids (p. 22) (3:29)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Solubility Practice Exam Solutions (4:29)
- Enthalpy of Solution Practice Exam Solutions (6:24)
- Henry's Law Practice Exam Solutions (3:21)
- Measuring Concentration Practice Exam Solutions (10:38)
- Colligative Properties Practice Exam Solutions (18:20)
- Van't Hoff Factor Practice Exam Solutions (5:57)

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- Rates of Reactions (p. 3-4) (10:59)
- Rate Laws (p. 5-7) (14:45)
- Integrated Rate Laws (p. 8-10) (18:46)
- Half-Life of a Reaction (p. 11) (5:37)
- The Arrhenius Equation - Temperature, Reaction Rate, & Activation Energy (p. 12-14) (14:35)
- Arrhenius Plots (p. 15) (3:20)
- Reaction Mechanisms (p. 16-19) (18:56)
- Catalysts (p. 20-21) (8:39)

- Practice Exam Questions
- Practice Exam Questions Answer Key
- Rates of Reactions Practice Exam Solutions (5:59)
- Rate Laws Practice Exam Solutions (17:35)
- Integrated Rate Laws Practice Exam Solutions (24:06)
- Half-Life of a Reaction Practice Exam Solutions (5:08)
- Temperature Dependence of Rate Constant Practice Exam Solutions (10:34)
- Reaction Mechanisms Practice Exam Solutions (13:56)
- Catalysts Practice Exam Solutions (2:56)

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