Cumulative Review

Advanced Placement Chemistry (AP Chemistry or AP Chem) is a course and examination offered by the College Board as a part of the Advanced Placement Program to give American and Canadian high school students the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities and earn college-level credit.

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Topic Summaries

Atomic Structure and Properties

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Topics include: moles, molar mass, electron configuration, photoelectron spectroscopy, periodic trends, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

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Topics include: chemical bonds, metals and alloys, lewis diagrams, resonance, formal charge, VSEPR, hybridization, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Intermolecular Forces and Properties

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Topics include: intermolecular forces, ideal gas law, kinetic molecular theory, solutions, chromatography, spectroscopy, Beer-Lambert Law and more. Go to Topic Page


Chemical Reactions

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Topics include: chemical reactions, stoichiometry, titration, acid-base reactions, redox reactions, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Kinetics

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Topics include: reaction rates, collision model, reaction energy profile, reaction mechanism, catalysis, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Thermodynamics

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Topics include: exothermic and endothermic, heat capacity, calorimetry, enthalpy, bond enthalpies, Hess's Law, and more. Go to Topic Page

Equilibrium

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Topics include: equilibrium, reaction quotient, equilibrium constant, LeChatelier's Principle, solubility equilibria, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Acid & Bases

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Topics include: acids and bases, pH, buffers, titrations, pKa, Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, and more. Go to Topic Page


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Applications of Thermodynamics

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Topics include: entropy, Gibbs Free Energy, coupled reactions, galvanic (voltaic) and electrolytic cells, Faraday's Law, and more. Go to Topic Page

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