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    • AP Chemistry - Curriculum - Units of study

     

     

    • 1: Atomic Structure and Properties

     

        • 1.1: Moles and Molar Mass
        • 1.2: Mass Spectroscopy of Elements
        • 1.3: Elemental Composition of Pure Substances
        • 1.4: Composition of Mixtures
        • 1.5: Atomic Structure and Electron Configuration
        • 1.6: Photoelectron Spectroscopy
        • 1.7: Periodic Trends
        • 1.8: Valence Electrons and ionic Compounds

     

    • 2: Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

     

        • 2.1: Types of Chemical Bonds
        • 2.2: Intramolecular Force and Potential Energy
        • 2.3: Structure of Ionic Solids
        • 2.4: Structure of Metals and Alloys
        • 2.5: Lewis Diagrams
        • 2.6: Resonance and Formal Charge
        • 2.7: VSEPR and Bond Hybridization

     

    • 3: Intermolecular Forces and Properties

     

        • 3.1: Intermolecular Forces
        • 3.2: Properties of Solids
        • 3.3: Solids, Liquids, and Gases
        • 3.4: Ideal Gas Law
        • 3.5: Kinetic Molecular Theory
        • 3.6: Deviation from Ideal Gas Law
        • 3.7: Solutions and Mixtures
        • 3.8: Representations of Solutions
        • 3.9: Separation of Solutions and Mixtures Chromatography
        • 3.10: Solubility
        • 3.11: Spectroscopy and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
        • 3.12: Photoelectric Effect
        • 3.13: Beer-Lambert Law

     

    • 4: Chemical Reactions

     

        • 4.1: Introduction for Reactions
        • 4.2: Net Ionic Equations
        • 4.3: Representations of Reactions
        • 4.4: Physical and Chemical Changes
        • 4.5: Stoichiometry
        • 4.6: Introduction to Titration
        • 4.7: Types of Chemical Reactions
        • 4.8: Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions
        • 4.9: Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions

     

    • 5: Kinetics

     

        • 5.1: Reaction Rates
        • 5.2: Introduction to Rate Law
        • 5.3: Concentration Changes Over Time
        • 5.4: Elementary Reactions
        • 5.5: Collision Model
        • 5.6: Reaction Energy Profile
        • 5.7: Introduction to Reaction Mechanisms
        • 5.8: Reaction Mechanism and Rate Law
        • 5.9: Steady-State Approximation
        • 5.10: Multistep Reaction Energy Profile
        • 5.11: Catalysis

     

    • 6: Thermodynamics

     

        • 6.1: Endothermic and Exothermic Processes
        • 6.2: Energy Diagrams
        • 6.3: Heat Transfer and Thermal Equilibrium
        • 6.4: Heat Capacity and Calorimetry
        • 6.5: Energy of Phase Changes
        • 6.6: Introduction to Enthalpy of Reaction
        • 6.7: Bond Enthalpies
        • 6.8: Enthalpy of Formation
        • 6.9: Hess's Law

     

    • 7: Equilibrium

     

        • 7.1: Introduction to Equilibrium
        • 7.2: Direction of Reversible Reactions
        • 7.3: Reaction Quotient and Equilibrium Constant
        • 7.4: Calculating the Equilibrium Constant
        • 7.5: Magnitude of the Equilibrium Constant
        • 7.6: Properties of the Equilibrium Constant
        • 7.7: Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations
        • 7.8: Representations of Equilibrium
        • 7.9: Introduction to Le Châtelier's Principle
        • 7.10: Reaction Quotient and Le Châtelier's Principle
        • 7.11: Introduction to Solubility Equilibria
        • 7.12: Common-Ion Effect
        • 7.13: pH and Solubility
        • 7.14: Free Energy of Dissolution

     

    • 8: Acids and Bases

     

        • 8.1: Introduction to Acids and Bases
        • 8.2: pH and pOH of Strong Acids and Bases
        • 8.3: Weak Acid and Base Equilibria
        • 8.4: Acid-Base Reactions and Buffers
        • 8.5: Acid-Base Titrations
        • 8.6: Molecular Structure of Acids and Bases
        • 8.7: pH and pKa
        • 8.8: Properties of Buffers
        • 8.9: Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
        • 8.10: Buffer Capacity

     

    • 9: Applications of Thermodynamics

     

      • 9.1: Introduction to Entropy
      • 9.2: Absolute Entropy and Entropy Change
      • 9.3: Gibbs Free Energy and Thermodynamic Favorability
      • 9.4: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Control
      • 9.5: Free Energy and Equilibrium
      • 9.6: Coupled Reactions
      • 9.7: Galvanic (Voltaic) and Electrolytic Cells
      • 9.8: Cell Potential and Free Energy
      • 9.9: Cell Potential Under Nonstandard Conditions
      • 9.10: Electrolysis and Faraday's Law

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