5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2010-2011 Edition

5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2010-2011 Edition

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McGraw Hill - 5 Steps to a 5 AP Chemistry, 2010-2011 Edition (2010) (ATTiCA)......Page 1
Contents......Page 8
Preface......Page 14
Acknowledgments......Page 16
Introduction: The Five-Step Program......Page 18
Step 1 Set Up Your Study Program......Page 24
Background of the Advanced Placement Program......Page 26
Reasons for Taking the AP Chemistry Exam......Page 27
Questions Frequently Asked About the AP Chemistry Exam......Page 28
Three Approaches to Preparing for the AP Chemistry Exam......Page 32
Calendar for Each Plan......Page 34
Step 2 Determine Your Test Readiness......Page 38
3 Take a Diagnostic Exam......Page 40
Getting Started: The Diagnostic Exam......Page 41
Answers and Explanations......Page 50
Scoring and Interpretation......Page 53
Step 3 Develop Strategies for Success......Page 54
Multiple-Choice Questions......Page 56
Free-Response Questions......Page 59
Step 4 Review the Knowledge You Need to Score High......Page 64
5 Basics......Page 66
Units and Measurements......Page 67
Dimensional AnalysisThe Factor Label Method......Page 68
The Structure of the Atom......Page 69
Periodic Table......Page 73
Nomenclature Overview......Page 76
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 82
Review Questions......Page 83
Answers and Explanations......Page 86
Answers and Explanations......Page 87
Rapid Review......Page 88
AP Exam Format......Page 90
General Aspects of Chemical Reactions and Equations......Page 91
General Properties of Aqueous Solutions......Page 92
Precipitation Reactions......Page 93
OxidationReduction Reactions......Page 94
Coordination Compounds......Page 98
AcidBase Reactions......Page 99
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 103
Review Questions......Page 104
Answers and Explanations......Page 106
Free-response Questions......Page 107
Answers and Explanations......Page 108
Rapid Review......Page 109
7 Stoichiometry......Page 111
Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas......Page 112
Reaction Stoichiometry......Page 114
Limiting Reactants......Page 115
Percent Yield......Page 116
Molarity and Solution Calculations......Page 117
Review Questions......Page 118
Answers and Explanations......Page 121
Free-Response Questions......Page 122
Answers and Explanations......Page 123
Rapid Review......Page 124
8 Gases......Page 125
Kinetic Molecular Theory......Page 126
Gas Law Relationships......Page 127
Experimental......Page 135
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 136
Review Questions......Page 137
Answers and Explanations......Page 140
Answers and Explanations......Page 142
Rapid Review......Page 144
9 Thermodynamics......Page 146
Calorimetry......Page 147
Products Minus Reactants......Page 149
Thermodynamics and Equilibrium......Page 153
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 154
Review Questions......Page 155
Free-Response Questions......Page 157
Rapid Review......Page 158
The Nature of Light......Page 160
Atomic Spectra......Page 162
Atomic Orbitals......Page 163
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 164
Review Questions......Page 165
Answers and Explanations......Page 166
Answers and Explanations......Page 167
Rapid Review......Page 168
11 Bonding......Page 170
Ionic and Covalent Bonding......Page 171
Molecular GeometryVSEPR......Page 175
Valence Bond Theory......Page 177
Molecular Orbital Theory......Page 178
Resonance......Page 179
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 181
Review Questions......Page 182
Answers and Explanations......Page 184
Answers and Explanations......Page 185
Rapid Review......Page 187
12 Solids, Liquids, and Intermolecular Forces......Page 189
Structures and Intermolecular Forces......Page 190
The Liquid State......Page 191
The Solid State......Page 192
Phase Diagrams......Page 193
Relationship of Intermolecular Forces to Phase Changes......Page 194
Review Questions......Page 196
Free-Response Questions......Page 199
Rapid Review......Page 200
13 Solutions and Colligative Properties......Page 202
Concentration Units......Page 203
Colligative Properties......Page 206
Experimental......Page 210
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 211
Review Questions......Page 212
Answers and Explanations......Page 214
Answers and Explanations......Page 217
Rapid Review......Page 218
14 Kinetics......Page 220
Rates of Reaction......Page 221
Integrated Rate Laws......Page 224
Activation Energy......Page 225
Reaction Mechanisms......Page 226
Experimental......Page 227
Review Questions......Page 228
Answers and Explanations......Page 230
Free-Response Questions......Page 231
Answers and Explanations......Page 232
Rapid Review......Page 233
15 Equilibrium......Page 234
Equilibrium Expressions......Page 236
Le Chteliers Principle......Page 237
AcidBase Equilibrium......Page 238
Buffers......Page 246
Titration Equilibria......Page 247
Solubility Equilibria......Page 251
Experimental......Page 253
Review Questions......Page 254
Answers and Explanations......Page 258
Answers and Explanations......Page 260
Rapid Review......Page 261
16 Electrochemistry......Page 264
Electrochemical Cells......Page 265
Quantitative Aspects of Electrochemistry......Page 270
Nernst Equation......Page 272
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 273
Review Questions......Page 274
Answers and Explanations......Page 276
Free-Response Questions......Page 278
Answers And Explanations......Page 279
Rapid Review......Page 281
Nuclear Reactions......Page 283
Nuclear Stability......Page 285
Nuclear Decay Calculations......Page 286
MassEnergy Relationships......Page 287
Review Questions......Page 288
Answers and Explanations......Page 289
Rapid Review......Page 290
Alkanes......Page 291
Structural Isomerism......Page 293
Macromolecules......Page 295
Common Mistakes to Avoid......Page 297
Answers and Explanations......Page 298
Answers and Explanations......Page 299
Rapid Review......Page 300
19 Experimental......Page 301
Experiment 1: Finding the Formula of a Compound......Page 302
Experiment 2: The Percentage of Water in a Hydrate......Page 305
Experiment 4: Molar Mass by Freezing-Point Depression......Page 306
Experiment 5: Molar Volume of a Gas......Page 308
Experiment 7: AcidBase Titration......Page 309
Experiment 8: OxidationReduction Titration......Page 310
Experiment 9: Mass/Mole Relationships in a Chemical Reaction......Page 311
Experiment 10: Finding the Equilibrium Constant......Page 312
Experiment 12: The Rate and Order of a Reaction......Page 313
Experiment 13: Enthalpy Changes......Page 314
Experiment 15: Synthesis and Analysis of a Coordination Compound......Page 315
Experiment 16: Gravimetric Analysis......Page 316
Experiment 18: Chromatographic Separation......Page 317
Experiment 19: Properties of Buffer Solutions......Page 318
Experiment 21: Electrochemical Cells and Electroplating......Page 319
Free-Response Questions......Page 320
Answers and Explanations......Page 321
Rapid Review......Page 323
Step 5 Build Your Test-Taking Confidence......Page 324
AP Chemistry Practice Exam 2......Page 348
Appendixes......Page 368
SI Units......Page 370
Balancing Redox Equations Using the Ion-Electron Method......Page 372
Common Ions......Page 376
Bibliography......Page 379
Web sites......Page 380
Glossary......Page 381
Exam Resources......Page 390
Notes......Page 395

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  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill
  • ISBN-13: 9780071624763
  • Pages: 395
  • Format: pdf
  • Size: 2.2M
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