CHM 1311/1711

CHM 1311/1711
Midterm 1 Tutoring Sessions.
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Stoichiometry and Redox Chemistry

Recommended for ALL Professors

Review Session Details
  • Each student will receive a Related Problems Set and Previous Midterms Package.
  • Periodic table trends (i.e. electron affinity, electronegativity, atom size)
  • Learn a simple method for conversion between variable like volume, mass, moles and number of molecules/atoms
  • Calculating with Molarity and Molality
  • Know when to use c1v1 = c2v2 for a dilution question
  • Finding the limiting reagent for chemical reactions
  • Know when to use an ICE table in certain stoichiometry questions
  • Solving empirical and molecular formulas using assignment/midterm examples
  • Calculating excess left over reactants and percent yield
  • Determine oxidation states and balance redox reactions in acidic and basic mediums

CHM1311/CHM1711: Stoichiometry and Redox Chemistry

$35.00

  • Understand composition of atoms and calculate atomic volume
  • Apply the fundamentals of light equations to midterm-like problems
  • Interpret/draw absorption and emission light spectra (i.e. energy-level diagrams)
  • Calculate energies of electrons in hydrogen atoms
  • Learn to identify and understand trends of the periodic table (i.e. electron affinity, atom radius and ionization energy)
  • Understand the Born-Haber cycle to predict energy change of a reaction
  • Get a clear understanding of atomic orbitals (s, p, d, f) and their respective structures
  • Learn to use the periodic table to write simplified and expanded electron configurations
  • Understand bonding and antibonding orbital and learn to identify/draw them
  • Draw orbital energy diagrams
  • Write out a description of size (s), shape (l) and orientation (ml) of an electron using quantum numbers
  • Steps and technique will be explained for molecular shapes using VSEPR
  • Many examples from midterms administered at uOttawa
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Date

September 28, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM

$35

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Gas Law and
KMT

Recommended for ALL Professors

Review Session Details
  • Each student will receive a Related Problems Set and Previous Midterms Package.

  • Breakdown the PV = nRT formula 
  • Learn to use appropriate gas units and constants
  • Solve simple & complex ideal gas law questions
  • Use PV = nRT to solve for stoichiometric variables (i.e. density, molecular weight, applying limiting reagents to find maximum yield of gas etc.)
  • Know when/how to use partial pressures
  • Using gas law to predict qualitative observations (ex. container will expand)
  • Be able to solve problems dealing with the kinetic molecular theory (KMT)

CHM1311/CHM1711: Gas Law and KMT

$35.00

  • Define and understand where the ideal gas law comes from and when to use it!
  • Solve simple & complex ideal gas law questions
  • Use PV = nRT to solve for stoichiometric variables (i.e. density, molecular weight, applying limiting reagents to find maximum yield of gas etc.)
  • Know when/how to use partial pressures
  • Know when the non-ideal gas law will apply and the variables in the Van Der Waals equation
  • Learn to qualitatively understand patterns at different conditions
  • Be able to solve problems dealing with the kinetic molecular theory (KMT)
  • Many examples from midterms administered at uOttawa!
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Date

September 30, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM, October 19, 2020 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM

$35

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Atoms, Light and
Chemical Bonding

Exclusive session for:
Dr. Gambarotta

Review Session Details
  • Each student will receive a Related Problems Set and Previous Midterms Package. 
  • Apply the fundamentals of light equations to midterm-like problems
  • Interpret/draw absorption and emission light spectra (i.e. energy-level diagrams)
  • Calculate energies of electrons in hydrogen atoms
  • Get a clear understanding of atomic orbitals (s, p, d, f) and their respective structures
  • Learn to use the periodic table to write simplified and expanded electron configurations
  • Understand bonding and antibonding orbitals and learn to identify/draw them
  • Draw orbital energy diagrams (ex. CF, N2)
  • Write out a description of size (s), shape (l) and orientation (ml) of an electron using quantum numbers
  • Steps and technique will be explained for molecular shapes using VSEPR

CHM1311/1711: Atoms, Light and Chemical Bonding

$35.00

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Date

October 20, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM

$35

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Energy and
Thermodynamics

Exclusive session for:
Dr. Goto, Dr. Richeson and Dr. Focs

Tutoring Session Details
  • Each student will receive a Related Problems Set and Previous Midterms Package.

  • Under the first law of thermodynamics (∆E = q + w)
  • Define an equation for work and heat
  • Understand how to find the "system" and "surrounding"
  • Have the ability to draw energy diagrams for ∆H and ∆E
  • Assess spontaneity of a chemical reaction based on ∆E or ∆G
  • Find ∆E using bond energies
  • Finding standard change in Enthlapy of a reaction via formation of reactant and products
  • Solve calorimeter problems in different conditions

CHM1311/1711: Kinetics, Energy and Thermodynamics

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Date

October 2, 2020 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Session Instructor
ABDULLAH AKBAR, PhD
Abdullah is a top-rated tutor with 7+ years of teaching experience.
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­As a recent PhD graduate from the University of Ottawa, he has worked along with many of the CHM 1311/1711 Professors. His lesson plans will always begin with must-know fundamental concepts and end with examples from previous midterms and final exam questions.

Recommended by 350+ uOttawa students. Join one of his review sessions and decide for yourself!