Lecture Notes for CHEM 132 - CHEM I LABORATORY with Jones at Maryland (UMD)

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Material Type:Review Sheet
University:University of Maryland
Term:Fall 2008
  • Dissolution
  • Electron Shell
  • Neutralization
  • Stoichiometry
  • Concentration
  • Additional Work
  • Endothermic
  • Temperature
  • Concentrated
  • Excess Water
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Review Approaches for CHEM 132 Exams-Mid-term and Final Each of the last five experiments performed during the semester which will be covered on the final exam are described below; 10 of the 16 questions on that exam will focus on these experiments. Descriptions address the following: . The major conclusion of the experiment . When relevant, the major concept explored . Facts used, or developed, which are to be retained . The skills or techniques developed in the experiment . The data or observations leading to the conclusion . When necessary, how required calculations were to be performed . How the concept, or conclusion was applied in post-lab questions or subsequent experiments A good way to get the most out of making use or it, or review sessions with the TA or questions asked at office hours, would be to review your graded lab reports and see how ideas presented here jive with the answers you gave in those reports (even if you received a good grade on the report); questions related to d...

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