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Chemistry Tutoring review by Stephanie in Ann Arbor, MI
Today, we covered the topic of energy and how to calculate heat due to change in temperature and heat of fusion/vaporization. The student as usual was very eager to learn and was attentive to all of the questions asked. Since he did not have any notes due to school break, I went over some lecture slides that covered the topic. I will be sending this and other practice problems to the student. First, we went over potential energy and kinetic energy, and then began to work with questions regarding specific heat capacity. The student was very good at answering these practice problems! He got all of these questions correct while we went through them. After 45 minutes of practicing these types of questions, we moved on to heat of fusion and heat of vaporization. We discussed how to tell when to use different problems, and he grasped these concepts very easily. After a few practice problems, we went over a harder challenge problem that the student tackled successfully after a part of it was clarified. We plan on going over calorimetry next week.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Joseph in Ann Arbor, MI
Today we covered ideal gas laws. We spent time of volumetric conversions, Guy-Lussac's law and application to previous principals including single and double replacement equations, limiting reagent, and percent yield. We used examples from notes, homework, and text to practice these principals.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Leah in Ann Arbor, MI
We reviewed the concepts of wave-particle duality for her quiz tomorrow. We focused on the photoelectric effect and manipulating equations. We also went through her online practice problems. She demonstrated a strong command of the material, even the more difficult concepts.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Ernie in Ann Arbor, MI
Coverage of gas phase equilibrium, vapor pressure and its relationship to molecular kinetics occurred. In addition there was discussion and analysis of recent lab experiment involving chemical reactions with ionic solutions and calculations to determine precipitation yield.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Alana in Ann Arbor, MI
For this session, we reviewed a take home quiz which covered atomic theory and the different theories that had to do with atomic structure and electron configuration. After completing the quiz, we talked more about these same topics until the student was comfortable with them. We also worked a little bit more on her outline for nuclear power plants and talked about APA formatting for citing sources. She is supposed to complete the outline before we meet again so that I can go over it with her and help her edit and proofread it.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Helaina in Ann Arbor, MI
The student had started learning about hybridization of orbitals and molecular shapes, particularly sigma and pi bonds. There were a couple of homework problems she had involving sigma and pi bonds in various ways, so we went through those after spending some time discussing how sigma bonds are essentially just a different way of representing single bonds and pi bonds are a equivalent to double bonds. We then moved on to the two homework problems that involved drawing out orbital diagrams that showed the difference between sigma and pi bonds. I asked the student if she was familiar with different orbitals having secondary names (e.g. px, y, pz) to indicate orientation, which she was. With color coding of the p-orbitals to demonstrate that orientation and the different ways pi bonds could form depending on deflection caused by lone pairs, the student was able to reach an understanding about why different compounds might for pi bonds in different configurations. In terms of homework, she also had a review sheet on naming ionic compounds that we went over. For the most part, she did fairly well, but needed a bit of a refresher regarding naming compounds with transition metals and figuring out the correct roman numeral. We finished with a quick review discussion regarding enthalpy, focusing on exothermic and endothermic reactions and what each entailed and what that meant in terms of the overall change in enthalpy of a reaction.
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