General Chemistry 4th edition

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Hill, Petrucci, McCreary, and Perry
Publisher: Pearson Education


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  • Chapter 1: Chemistry: Matter and Measurement
    • 1: Self Assessment Questions (1)
    • 1: Some Basic Ideas
    • 1: Measurement and Unit Conversions 35-48] (4)
    • 1: Significant Figures (3)
    • 1: Density (4)
    • 1: Additional Problems (3)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (11)

  • Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
    • 2: Self Assessment
    • 2: Laws of Chemical Combination (5)
    • 2: Atoms and Atomic Masses (4)
    • 2: The Periodic Table
    • 2: Chemical Formulas: Elements (1)
    • 2: Chemical Formulas: Binary Molecular Compounds (2)
    • 2: Chemical Symbols and Formulas: Ions (3)
    • 2: Chemical Formulas: Ionic Compounds (2)
    • 2: Acids and Bases
    • 2: Organic Compounds: Formulas, Structures, and Functional Groups (2)
    • 2: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (7)

  • Chapter 3: Stoichiometry: Chemical Calculations
    • 3: Self Assessment Questions
    • 3: Molecular and Formula Masses (2)
    • 3: Avogadro's Number and Molar Masses (3)
    • 3: Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas (4)
    • 3: Chemical Equations (1)
    • 3: Stoichiometry of Chemical Reactions (2)
    • 3: Limiting Reactant and Yield Calculations (5)
    • 3: Solution Stoichiometry (6)
    • 3: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (6)

  • Chapter 4: Chemical Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
    • 4: Self Assessment Questions (2)
    • 4: Types of Electrolytes
    • 4: Concentrations in Aqueous Solutions (5)
    • 4: Acid-Base Reactions (1)
    • 4: Ionic Equations (2)
    • 4: Solubility Guidelines and Precipitation Reactions (1)
    • 4: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (1)
    • 4: Titrations (4)
    • 4: Additional Problems (3)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (7)

  • Chapter 5: Gases
    • 5: Self Assessment
    • 5: Pressure (4)
    • 5: Boyle's Law (4)
    • 5: Charles's Law (3)
    • 5: Avogadro's Law and Molar Volume at STP (4)
    • 5: The Combined Gas Law (2)
    • 5: The Ideal Gas Law (6)
    • 5: Gases and Stoichiometry (3)
    • 5: Mixture of Gases (4)
    • 5: Kinetic-Molecular Theory (2)
    • 5: Additional Problems (1)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (11)

  • Chapter 6: Thermochemistry
    • 6: Self Assessment
    • 6: Firs Law of Thermodynamics (2)
    • 6: Enthalpy and Enthalpy Changes (3)
    • 6: Heats of Reaction and Reaction Stoichiometry (5)
    • 6: Calorimetry: Heat Capacity and Specific Heat (5)
    • 6: Calorimetry: Measuring Heats of Reaction (5)
    • 6: Hess's Law of Constant heat Summation (3)
    • 6: Standard Enthalpies of Formation and Standard Enthalpies of Reaction
    • 6: Fuels and Foods [79-82
    • 6: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (6)

  • Chapter 7: Atomic Structure
    • 7: Self Assessment Questions
    • 7: Subatomic Particles (2)
    • 7: Mass Spectrometry (1)
    • 7: Electromagnetic Radiation (2)
    • 7: Photons and the Photoelectric Effect (3)
    • 7: The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom (4)
    • 7: Matter as Waves (2)
    • 7: Quantum Numbers and Atomic Orbitals (4)
    • 7: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (4)

  • Chapter 8: Electron Configurations, Atomic Properties, and the Periodic Table
    • 8: Self Assessment Questions
    • 8: The Rules for Electron Configurations (1)
    • 8: Electron Configurations: The Aufbau Principle (3)
    • 8: Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table
    • 8: Magnetic Properties (1)
    • 8: Atomic and Ionic Radii (1)
    • 8: Ionization Energy (1)
    • 8: Electron Affinity (1)
    • 8: Atomic Properties and the Periodic Table (3)
    • 8: Additional Problems (4)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (2)

  • Chapter 9: Chemical Bonds
    • 9: Self Assessment Questions (4)
    • 9: Ions and Ionic Bonding
    • 9: Energetics of Ionic Bond Formation (1)
    • 9: Lewis Structures (7)
    • 9: Electronegativity: Polar Covalent Bonds (1)
    • 9: Formal Charges (4)
    • 9: Resonance Structures (2)
    • 9: More Lewis Structures (14)
    • 9: Bond Lengths and Bond Energies (3)
    • 9: Alkenes and Alkynes (1)
    • 9: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (2)

  • Chapter 10: Bonding Theory and Molecular Structure
    • 10: Self Assessment Questions (1)
    • 10: VSEPR Method (9)
    • 10: Molecular Shape and Dipole Moments (2)
    • 10: Valence Bond Theory (3)
    • 10: Geometric Isomerism (2)
    • 10: Molecular Orbital Theory (1)
    • 10: Aromatic Compounds (1)
    • 10: Additional Problems (1)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (3)

  • Chapter 11: States of Matter and Intermolecular Forces
    • 11: Self Assessment Questions
    • 11: Heat of Vaporization (4)
    • 11: Vaporization, Vapor Pressure (5)
    • 11: The Critical Point (1)
    • 11: Phase Changes (3)
    • 11: Phase Diagrams
    • 11: Intermolecular Forces (2)
    • 11: Surface Tension
    • 11: Crystal Structures
    • 11: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (3)

  • Chapter 12: Physical Properties of Solutions
    • 12: Self Assessment Questions
    • 12: Percent Concentration (4)
    • 12: Parts per Million, Parts per Billion, Parts per Trillion (3)
    • 12: Molarity and Molality (4)
    • 12: Mole Fraction and Mole Percent (2)
    • 12: Solubilities
    • 12: Saturated, Unsaturated, and Supersaturated Solutions
    • 12: Solubility of Gases
    • 12: Liquid-Vapor Equilibrium
    • 12: Freezing Point Depression and Boiling Point Elevation (2)
    • 12: Osmotic Pressure
    • 12: Colligative Properties of Strong Electrolytes, Weak Electrolytes, and Nonelectrolytes
    • 12: Colloids ]79-80]
    • 12: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (5)

  • Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics: Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions
    • 13: Self Assessment Questions
    • 13: Rate of Reaction and Reaction Order (10)
    • 13: First-Order Reactions (4)
    • 13: Reactions of Various Orders
    • 13: Collision Theory: Activation Energy (2)
    • 13: Reaction Mechanisms (2)
    • 13: Catalysis
    • 13: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)

  • Chapter 14: Chemical Equilibrium
    • 14: Self Assessment Questions
    • 14: Equilibrium Constant Relationships (14)
    • 14: Le Chatelier's Principle
    • 14: The Reaction Quotient and the Direction of Net Change
    • 14: Experimental Determination of Equilibrium Constant (1)
    • 14: Calculations Based on Kc
    • 14: Calculations Based on Kp
    • 14: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (3)

  • Chapter 15: Acids, Bases, and Acid-Base Equilibrium
    • 15: Self Assessment Questions
    • 15: Bronsted-Lowry Acids and Bases
    • 15: Molecular Structure and the Strengths of Acids and Bases
    • 15: The pH Scale (3)
    • 15: Equilibria in Solutions of Weak Acids and Weak Bases (7)
    • 15: Polyprotic Acids (3)
    • 15: Hydrolysis 63-70]
    • 15: Common Ion Effect
    • 15: More Acid-Base Equilibria
    • 15: Buffer Solutions
    • 16: Acid-Base Indicators
    • 15: Neutralization Reactions and Titration Curves
    • 15: Lewis Acids and Bases
    • 15: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (6)

  • Chapter 16: More Equilibria in Aqueous Solution: Slightly Soluble Salts and Complex Ions
    • 16: Self Assessment Questions
    • 16: The Solubility Product Constant, Ksp
    • 16: The Relationship Between solubility and Ksp (4)
    • 16: The Common Ion Effect in Solubility Equilibria (6)
    • 16: Precipitation Criteria (3)
    • 16: Completeness of Precipitation and Selective Precipitation (4)
    • 16: Effect of pH on Solubility
    • 16: Complex Ion Formation
    • 16: Complex Ion Equilibria
    • 16: Qualitative Inoraganic Analysis
    • 18: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (2)

  • Chapter 17: Thermodynamics: Spontaneity, Entropy and Free Energy
    • 17: Self Assessment Questions
    • 17: Disorder, Entropy, and Spontaneous Change
    • 17: Free Energy and Spontaneous Change
    • 17: Standard Free energy Change (2)
    • 17: Free Energy Change and Equilibrium (11)
    • 17: G° and Keq as Functions of Temperature (7)
    • 17: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)

  • Chapter 18: Electrochemistry
    • 18: Self Assessment Questions
    • 18: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (2)
    • 18: Electrode Potentials and voltaic Cells (6)
    • 18: E°cell and the Spontaneity of Redox Reactions (4)
    • 18: E°cell, G°, Keq (4)
    • 18: Effect of Concentration on Ecell (2)
    • 18: Batteries
    • 18: Corrosion
    • 18: Electrolysis (2)
    • 18: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)

  • Chapter 19: Nuclear Chemistry
    • 19: Self Assessment Questions
    • 19: Radioactive Decay Processes (4)
    • 19: Rate of Radioactive Decay (5)
    • 19: Nuclear Reactions and Nuclear Equations (2)
    • 19: Energetics of Nuclear Reactions (6)
    • 19: Nuclear Stability
    • 19: Fission and Fusion (1)
    • 19: Radiation Dosage and the Effect of Radiation on Matter
    • 19: Radioactive Tracers
    • 19: Additional Problems
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (2)

  • Chapter 20: The s-Block Elements
    • 20: Self Assessment Questions
    • 20: Group Trends
    • 20: Nomenclature (2)
    • 20: Industrial Processes
    • 20: Chemical Equations (1)
    • 20: Reaction Stoichiometry (7)
    • 20: Hard Water (2)
    • 20: Additional Problems (5)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (3)

  • Chapter 21: The p-Block Elements
    • 21: Self Assessment Questions
    • 21: Boron
    • 21: Aluminum
    • 21: Carbon (1)
    • 21: Silicon (2)
    • 21: Tin and Lead (2)
    • 21: Nitrogen (3)
    • 21: Phosphorus (2)
    • 21: Oxygen
    • 21: Sulfur
    • 21: The Halogens (3)
    • 21: Noble Gases
    • 21: Additional Problems (5)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (1)

  • Chapter 22: The d-Block Elements and Coordination Chemistry
    • 22: Self Assessment Questions (7)
    • 22: Properties of the Transition Elements (1)
    • 22: Scandium Through Manganese (2)
    • 22: The Iron Triad
    • 22: Group1B
    • 22: Group 2B
    • 22: Coordination Chemistry (3)
    • 22: Nomenclature (5)
    • 22: Isomerism
    • 22: Magnetism and Color in Complexes
    • 22: Additional Problems (1)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (1)

  • Chapter 23: Chemistry and Life:; More on Organic, Biological, and Medicinal Chemistry
    • 23: Self Assessment Questions
    • 23: Nomenclature (4)
    • 23: Organic Reactions (2)
    • 23: Lipids (2)
    • 23: Carbohydrates (4)
    • 23: Amino Acids and Proteins (2)
    • 23: Nucleic Acids (4)
    • 23: Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds
    • 23: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)

  • Chapter 24: Chemistry of Materials: Bronze Age to Space Age
    • 24: Self Assessment Questions (4)
    • 24: Metallurgy
    • 24: Band Theory (5)
    • 24: Semiconductors (5)
    • 24: Polymers (1)
    • 24: Space-Age Materials
    • 24: Additional Problems (3)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition) (2)

  • Chapter 25: Environmental Chemistry
    • 25: Self Assessment Questions (12)
    • 25: Earth's Atmosphere (1)
    • 25: Water Vapor in the Atmosphere (3)
    • 25: Carbon, CO, and CO2
    • 25: Air Pollution (2)
    • 25: Water and Water Pollution
    • 25: Additional Problems (2)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)
    • Extra Problem (from previous edition)

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Chapter 3: Stoichiometry: Chemical Calculations
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Chapter 4: Chemical Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
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Chapter 5: Gases
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Chapter 8: Electron Configurations, Atomic Properties, and the Periodic Table
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Chapter 9: Chemical Bonds
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Chapter 10: Bonding Theory and Molecular Structure
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Chapter 11: States of Matter and Intermolecular Forces
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Chapter 12: Physical Properties of Solutions
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Chapter 13: Chemical Kinetics: Rates and Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions
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Chapter 14: Chemical Equilibrium
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Chapter 17: Thermodynamics: Spontaneity, Entropy and Free Energy
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Chapter 19: Nuclear Chemistry
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Chapter 20: The s-Block Elements
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Chapter 21: The p-Block Elements
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Chapter 23: Chemistry and Life:; More on Organic, Biological, and Medicinal Chemistry
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Chapter 24: Chemistry of Materials: Bronze Age to Space Age
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Chapter 25: Environmental Chemistry
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