###### CHM 1311/1711

###### Midterm 1 Tutoring Sessions.

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# $35

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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

## Additional information

Date | September 28, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM |
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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!

## Additional information

Date | September 30, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM, October 19, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM |
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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**

## Additional information

Date | October 20, 2020 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM |
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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

## Additional information

Date | October 2, 2020 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM |
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