This review is geared towards advanced placement students taking general chemistry, however, can also be helpful to any students taking chemistry, including freshman college chemistry students.
The topics are presented in a more condensed-need to know outline-always helpful to very busy students. While your AP Chemistry teacher is your first resource, this guide should help you to get and to stay organized for the exam.
Resources of this app include lectures and sample problems, comprehensive flash cards along with multiple choice exams to determine your mastery of the material.
Liquids & Solids
Overview of Reactions
And much more needed to succeed in General Chemistry!
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About the authors:
Stephanie Brouet, Ph.D. is a chemistry college professor for a university in Saginaw, Michigan. She earned her bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Michigan and her doctorate specializing in organic chemistry at Wayne State University.
Contributions and lectures by Layne Heiny, Ed.D. - a high school chemistry teacher for a school in Southern California.