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Chapter 2.7 - Ions And Ionic CompoundsChapter 2.8 - Naming Inorganic CompoundsChapter 2.9 - Some Simple Organic CompoundsChapter 3 - Chemical Reactions And Reaction StoichiometryChapter 3.1 - Chemical EquationsChapter 3.2 - Simple Patterns Of Chemical ReactivityChapter 3.3 - Formula WeightsChapter 3.4 - Avogadro's Number And The MoleChapter 3.5 - Empirical Formulas From AnalysesChapter 3.6 - Quantitative Information From Balanced EquationsChapter 3.7 - Limiting ReactantsChapter 4 - Reactions In Aqueous SolutionChapter 4.1 - General Properties Of Aqueous SolutionsChapter 4.2 - Precipitation ReactionsChapter 4.3 - Acids, Bases, And Neutralization ReactionsChapter 4.4 - Oxidation-reduction ReactionsChapter 4.5 - Concentrations Of SolutionsChapter 4.6 - Solutions Stoichiometry And Chemical AnalysisChapter 5 - ThermochemistryChapter 5.2 - The First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 5.3 - EnthalpyChapter 5.4 - Enthalpies Of ReactionChapter 5.5 - CalorimetryChapter 5.6 - Hess's LawChapter 5.7 - Enthalpies Of FormationChapter 5.8 - Bond EnthalpiesChapter 5.9 - Foods And FuelsChapter 6 - Electronic Structure Of AtomsChapter 6.1 - The Wave Nature Of LightChapter 6.2 - Quantized Energy And PhotonsChapter 6.3 - Line Spectra And The Bohr ModelChapter 6.4 - The Wave Behavior Of MatterChapter 6.5 - Quantum Mechanics And Atomic OrbitalsChapter 6.8 - Electron ConfigurationsChapter 6.9 - Electron Configurations And The Periodic TableChapter 7 - Periodic Properties Of The ElementsChapter 7.3 - Sizes Of Atoms And IonsChapter 7.4 - Ionization EnergyChapter 7.6 - Metals, Nonmetals, And MetalloidsChapter 7.7 - Trends Of Group 1a And Group 2a MetalsChapter 8 - Basic Concepts Of Chemical BondingChapter 8.2 - Ionic BondingChapter 8.3 - Covalent BondingChapter 8.4 - Bond Polarity And ElectronegativityChapter 8.5 - Drawing Lewis StructuresChapter 8.6 - Resonance StructuresChapter 8.7 - Exceptions Of The Octet RuleChapter 9 - Molecular Geometry And Bonding TheoriesChapter 9.2 - The Vsepr ModelChapter 9.3 - Molecular Shape And Molecular PolarityChapter 9.5 - Hybrid OrbitalsChapter 9.6 - Multiple BondsChapter 9.7 - Molecular OrbitalsChapter 9.8 - Bonding In Period 2 Diatomic MoleculesChapter 10 - GasesChapter 10.2 - PressureChapter 10.3 - The Gas LawsChapter 10.4 - The Ideal-gas EquationChapter 10.5 - Further Applications Of The Ideal-gas EquationChapter 10.6 - Gas Mixtures And Partial PressuresChapter 10.7 - The Kinetic-molecular Theory Of GasesChapter 10.8 - Molecular Effusion And DiffusionChapter 10.9 - Real Gases: Deviations From Ideal BehaviorChapter 11 - Liquids And Intermolecular ForcesChapter 11.2 - Intermolecular ForcesChapter 11.3 - Select Properties Of LiquidsChapter 11.4 - Phase ChangesChapter 11.5 - Vapor PressureChapter 11.6 - Phase DiagramChapter 11.7 - Liquid CrystalsChapter 12 - Solids And Modern MaterialsChapter 12.3 - Metallic SolidsChapter 12.5 - Ionic SolidChapter 12.7 - Covalent-network SolidsChapter 13 - Properties Of SolutionsChapter 13.3 - Factor Affecting SolubilityChapter 13.4 - Expressing Solution ConcentrationChapter 13.5 - Colligative PropertiesChapter 14 - Chemical KineticsChapter 14.2 - Reaction RatesChapter 14.3 - Concentration And Rate LawsChapter 14.4 - The Change Of Concentration With TimeChapter 14.5 - Temperature And RateChapter 14.6 - Reaction MechanismsChapter 15 - Chemical EquilibriumChapter 15.2 - The Equilibrium ConstantChapter 15.3 - Understanding And Working With Equilibrium ConstantChapter 15.4 - Heterogeneous EquilibriumChapter 15.5 - Calculating Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 15.6 - Applications Equilibrium ConstantsChapter 15.7 - Le Chatelier's PrincipleChapter 16 - Acid—base EquilibriumChapter 16.2 - Bronsted-lowery Acids And BasesChapter 16.3 - The Autoionization Of WaterChapter 16.4 - The Ph ScaleChapter 16.5 - Strong Acids And BasesChapter 16.6 - Weak AcidsChapter 16.7 - Weak BasesChapter 16.8 - Relation Between Ka And KbChapter 16.9 - Acid-base Properties Of Salt SolutionChapter 16.10 - Acid-base Behavior And Chemical StructureChapter 17 - Additional Aspects Of Aqueous EquilibriumChapter 17.1 - The Common Ion EffectChapter 17.2 - BuffersChapter 17.3 - Acid-base TitrationsChapter 17.4 - Solubility EquilibriaChapter 17.5 - Factor That Affect SolubilityChapter 17.6 - Precipitation And Separation Of IonsChapter 18 - Chemistry Of The EnvironmentChapter 18.1 - Earth's AtmosphereChapter 18.2 - Human Activities And Earth AtmosphereChapter 19 - Chemical ThermodynamicsChapter 19.1 - Spontaneous ProcessesChapter 19.2 - Entropy And Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.3 - The Molecular Interpretation Of Entropy And The Third Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.4 - Entropy Changes In Chemical ReactionsChapter 19.5 - Gibbs Free EnergyChapter 19.6 - Free Energy And TemperatureChapter 19.7 - Free Energy And Equilibrium ConstantChapter 20 - ElectrochemistryChapter 20.1 - Oxidation States And Oxidation-reduction ReactionsChapter 20.2 - Balancing Redox EquationsChapter 20.3 - Voltaic CellsChapter 20.4 - Cell Potentials Under Standard ConditionsChapter 20.5 - Free Energy And Redox ReactionsChapter 20.6 - Cell Potentials Under Nonstandard ConditionsChapter 20.9 - ElectrolysisChapter 21 - Nuclear ChemistryChapter 21.1 - Radioactivity And Nuclear EquationsChapter 21.2 - Patterns Of Nuclear StabilityChapter 21.3 - Nuclear TransmutationsChapter 21.4 - Rates Of Radioactive DecayChapter 21.6 - Energy Changes In Nuclear ReactionsChapter 22 - Chemistry Of The NonmetalsChapter 22.1 - Periodic Trends And Chemical ReactionsChapter 22.3 - Group 8a:the Noble GasesChapter 22.4 - Group 7a:the HalogensChapter 22.7 - NitrogenChapter 22.10 - The Other Group 4a:elements:si,ge,sn And PbChapter 23 - Transition Metals And Coordination ChemistryChapter 23.2 - Transition-metals ComplexesChapter 23.4 - Nomenclature And Isomerism In Coordination ChemistryChapter 23.5 - Color And Magnetism In Coordination ChemistryChapter 23.6 - Crystal-field TheoryChapter 24 - The Chemistry Of Life: Organic And Biological ChemistryChapter 24.2 - Introduction To HydrocarbonsChapter 24.3 - Alkenes,alkynes,and Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 24.4 - Organic Functional GroupsChapter 24.7 - Proteins

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