Life of Fred: Chemistry

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Fred can teach more than math!

A year of high school chemistry including . . .

Exponents
Lab Safety
Sulfuric Acid
Robert Bunsen and His Burner
Proper Diction
Five Branches of Philosophy
Metric and English Systems
Only Three Countries Use the English System
What Is an Element
Angstroms
Conversion Factors
Significant Digits
Rounding
Finding the Weight of a Single Helium Atom Using Only High School Lab Equipment
Scientific Notation
Mass vs. Weight
Standard Pressure and Boyle’s Law
Avogadro’s Number
Moles
the Scientific Method
Finding the Value of Absolute Zero using Only High School Lab Equipment
Kelvin Scale
Standard Temperature and Charles’s Law
Why a Mole of Any Gas at STP occupies about 22.4 Liters
Atomic and Molecular Weight
Ozone
Density
the Island of Cyprus Is Why Copper Is Cu instead of Co
History of the Atom
Periodic Table of the Elements and How It Was Constructed
Atomic Number
Mass Number
AMU Defined
Nine Isotopes of Helium
Radioactivity
20 Metric Prefixes from Yocto to Yotta
Compounds vs. Mixtures
Heterogeneous vs. Homogeneous
Making Steel
Six Alloys of Gold
Why Wedding Rings Should Not Be Made from Gallium
the Seven Elements that Exist as Diatomic Molecules
Why Nails Are Galvanized
Standard Potentials of Elements
Electrolysis
Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Photosynthesis
Melting Wood
Metaphors vs. Similes
Nobel Gases
Lewis Structures
Joules
Finding the Atomic Weight of Carbon using Only High School Lab Equipment
Vapor Pressure
Desiccants
the Empty Space inside an Atom
Rutherford’s Experiment
Chemistry with Aristotle and Proclus
Mass Spectrometers
Alkali Metals
Alkaline Earth Metals
Enthalpy Change
Hess’s Law
Groups and Periods
Halogens
Oxidation Numbers
Duet and Octet Rules
How to Make Xenon Tetrafluoride
Metalloids
the Lanthanides and the Actinides
Precipitates
Hyperbole
Finding Empirical Formulas Experimentally
Balancing Skeleton Equations
Litotes
Electron Shells
Core and Valence Electrons
Ionic Bonding
Three-Dimensional Periodic Table
Covalent Bonding
Schrödinger’s Equation
Polar Covalent Bonding
Electronegativity
Dipole Moment
Electrolytes
Cations and Anions
Orbitals
Principal Quantum Numbers
Why Neon Lights Glow
Aufbau Principle
Acids
Molarity
Hydronium Ions
Why HF Is Not a Strong Acid
Computing Equilibrium Constants
pH
Le Châtelier’s Principle
Polyatomic Ions
Titration Experiments
0.00115 Is Equal to 10 to What Power? Buffers and Why They Work
How Your Lungs Know They Should Breathe Harder When You Exercise
Hydrocarbon Chemistry
Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes
Ring Compounds
Nine Classes of Organic Compounds: Haloalkanes, Amines, Alcohols, Aldehydes, Ketones, Carboxylic Acids, Ethers, Esters, and Amides
Biochemistry
Peptide Bonds
How Proteins Are Created inside Cells
Importance of Eating Complete Proteins.


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  • Model: 4442
  • Author: Schmidt, Stan
  • Format: Hardback
  • Specs: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Polka Dot Publishing
  • Grade: 10th - 12th


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