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    Let's Review Chemistry The Physical Setting

    ISBN-10: 0764147196
    ISBN-13: 9780764147197
    Author(s): Albert S. Tarendash
    Description: Barron'sLet's Review Seriestitles are classroom textbook supplements that help prepare high school students who are studying for New York State Regents exams. This book reviews all high school-level chemistry topics and includes:A topic review  More...
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    Edition: 5th
    Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 592
    Size: 5.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
    Weight: 0.748
    Language: English

    Barron'sLet's Review Seriestitles are classroom textbook supplements that help prepare high school students who are studying for New York State Regents exams. This book reviews all high school-level chemistry topics and includes:A topic review covering atomic structure, chemical formulas and equations, the mathematics of chemistry, thermochemistry and thermodynamics, the phases of matter, chemical periodicity, chemical bonding, and much morePractice and review questions with answersTwo recent New York State Regents exams with answers

    Preface to the Fifth Edition
    To the Student
    To the Teacher
    Introduction to Chemistry
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Chemistry is ... ?
    Matter and Energy
    Measurement and the Metric System
    Metric Prefixes
    Scientific Notation
    Volume and Density
    Reporting Measured Quantities
    Solving Problems
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Atoms, Molecules, and ions
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Introduction to the Atomic Model of Matter
    Development of the Early Models of the Atom
    The Current View of Atomic Structure
    Identifying Elements: Names, Symbols, and Atomic Numbers
    Neutrons, Isotopes, and Mass Numbers
    Molecules
    Ions
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Formulas, Equations, and Chemical Reactions
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Chemical Formulas
    Writing and Naming Chemical Formulas
    Chemical Equations
    Balancing a Chemical Equation
    Classifying Chemical Reactions
    Additional Material
    Other Ways of Naming Ionic Compounds
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Chemical Calculations
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Introduction
    Atomic Mass
    The Formula Mass of a Substance
    The Mole Concept and Molar Mass
    Problems Involving a Single Substance
    Problems Involving Chemical Equations
    Additional Material
    Converting Between Moles and Numbers of Particles
    Empirical Formula from Percent Composition
    Mole-Mass Problems
    Mass-Mass Problems
    Percent Yield
    Limiting Reactants
    End-of Chapter Questions
    Energy and Chemical Reactions
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Energy and its Measurement
    Heat of Reaction
    Potential Energy Diagrams
    Spontaneous Reactions
    Additional Material
    Additional Calorimetry Problems
    Transfer of Energy and Equilibrium Temperature
    The Role of Energy in Chemical Reactions
    Additional Aspects of Heats of Reaction
    The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    The Phases of Matter
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Introduction
    Gases
    The Gas Laws
    The Kinetic-Molecular Theory (KMT) of Gas Behavior
    Liquids
    Solids
    Change of Phase
    Additional Material
    Measuring Gas Pressure in the Laboratory
    The Ideal (Universal) Gas Law
    The Density of an Ideal Gas at STP
    Gases and Chemical Reactions
    Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
    Graham's Law of Effusion (Diffusion)
    Gases Collected over Water
    Additional Fusion and Vaporization Problems
    Phase Diagrams
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Nuclear Chemistry
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Nuclear Particles
    Nuclear Equations
    Natural Radioactivity and Radioactive Decay
    Half-Life
    Uses of Radioisotopes
    Induced Nuclear Reactions
    Additional Material
    The Uranium-238 Decay Series
    Isomeric Transition
    Detection and Measurement of Radioactivity
    Solving Radioactive Decay Problems
    Particle Accelerators
    Fission Reactors
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    The Electronic Structure of Atoms
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Introduction
    The Bohr Model of the Atom
    The Modern (Wave-Mechanical) Model
    Valence Electrons
    Lewis Structures (Electron-Dot Diagrams)
    Additional Material
    Atomic Orbitals and Sublevels
    Electron Configurations of Atoms
    Lewis Structures and Atomic Orbitals
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Chemical Periodicity
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Introduction
    The Periodic Table in History
    The Modern Periodic Table
    Properties Associated with Periodicity
    Variation of Periodic Properties Among the Elements
    The Chemistry of the Representative Groups
    The Chemistry of a Period
    Additional Material
    Sublevels and the Periodic Table
    Successive Ionization Energies
    Electron Affinity
    Additional Aspects of First Ionization Energy
    Variation of Successive Ionization Energies
    Synthetic Elements
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Chemical Bonding and Molecular Shape
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Bonding and Stability
    Ionic Bonding
    Covalent Bonding
    Electronegativity and Bonding
    Drawing the Lewis Structures of Covalent Molecules and Polyatomic Ions
    Network Solids
    Metallic Substances
    Dipoles and Polar Molecules
    Polarity and Molecular Symmetry
    Intermolecular Forces
    Physical and Chemical Properties of Bonded Substances: A Summary
    Additional Material
    Resonance Structures
    Additional Topics in Bonding
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Organic Chemistry
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Organic Chemistry Is ... ?
    Comparison of Organic and Inorganic Compounds
    Hydrocarbons and Homologous Series
    Functional Groups
    Organic Reactions
    Additional Material
    Stereoisomerism
    The Benzene Series
    Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Alcohols
    Dihydroxy and Trihodroxy Alcohols
    Types of Polymerization
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Solutions and Their Properties
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    A Solution Is ... ?
    Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions
    Solubility
    Concentrations of Solutions
    Effect of the Solute on the Solvent
    Behavior of Electrolytes in Solution
    Additional Material
    Mole Fraction
    Molality
    Dilution of Stock Solutions
    Solutions and Chemical Equations
    Calculating the Freezing and Boiling Points of Solutions
    Suspensions and Colloidal Dispersions
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Kinetics and Equalibrium
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Chemical Kinetics
    Reversible Reactions and Dynamic Equilibrium
    Phase Equilibrium
    Solution Equilibrium
    Chemical Equilibrium
    Additional Material
    The Common-Ion Effect
    Heterogeneous Equilibrium
    The Equilibrium Constant (Keq)
    Problems Involving the Equilibrium Constant
    Applications of Chemical Equilibrium
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Acids and Bases
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    Operational Definitions of Acids and Bases
    Arrhenius Definitions of Acids and Bases
    Acid-Base Titration
    Br�nsted-Lowry Definitions of Acids and Bases
    The pH Scale of Acidity and Basicity
    Acid-Base Indicators
    Additional Material
    Amphiprotic (Amphoteric) Substances
    Acid-Base Equilibria
    Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs
    Neutralization (Revisited)
    Strengths of Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs
    Ionization Constants of Acids and Bases (K<sub>a</sub> and K<sub>b</sub>)
    Ionization Constant of Water (K<sub>w</sub>)
    A More Detailed Look at pH and pOH
    Hydrolysis of Salts in Aqueous Solutions
    Acid-Base Properties of Oxides
    Lewis Definitions of Acids and Bases
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Reducation-oxidation(Redox) and Electrochemistry
    Basic (Regents-Level) Material
    NYS Regents Concepts and Skills
    What Are Oxidation and Reduction?
    Formal Definitions of Oxidation and Reduction
    Redox Equations
    Spontaneous Redox Reactions
    Electrochemical Cells
    Additional Material
    Balancing Redox Equations by the Half-ReactionMethod
    Balancing Redox Equations by the Ion-ElectronMethod
    Half-Cell Potentials and Cell Voltage
    The Standard Hydrogen Half-Cell
    Electrolysis of Water and Aqueous NaCl (Brine)
    Electroplating
    Additional Applications of Redox and Electrochemistry
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    The Chemistry Laboratory
    Introduction
    Safety Procedures
    Using Measuring Devices
    Basic Laboratory Skills
    Identification of Common Laboratory Apparatus
    Basic Laboratory Activities
    The Role of Color in Identifying Substances
    Guidelines for Laboratory Reports
    End-of-Chapter Questions
    Glossary
    New York State Regents Reference Tables For Chemistry
    Additional Reference Tables For Chemistry
    Answers To End-Of-Chapter Questions
    Answering Constructed-Response Questions
    The New York State Examination In Chemistry
    June 2011 Regents Examination
    Answers To Regents Examination
    Index

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