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   Chapter 1: Materials and Atoms

1.1 

Properties of Materials

1.2 

Atoms

1.3 

Atomic Theory of Matter

1.4 

Atomic Structure

1.5 

Nuclear Model of the Atom

1.6 

Atoms, Ions and Molecules

1.7 

Materials and Atoms Test

2.1 

Occurrence of Elements

2.2 

Properties of Elements

2.3 

Types of Elements

2.4 

Allotropes of Elements

2.5 

Uses of Elements

2.6 

States of Matter

2.7 

Chemical Symbols

2.8 

Chemical equations

2.9 

Elements and the Periodic Table

2.10

Elements Test

3.1 

Electron Dot Diagrams of the Atom

3.2 

Electronic Configuration of Atoms

3.3 

Electrons in Atoms Test

4.1 

Ionic Bonds

4.2 

Covalent Bonds

4.3 

Ionic and Covalent Character and Periodic Table

4.4 

Metallic Bonds and Van Der Waals Forces

4.5 

Shape of Molecules

4.6 

Bonding Test



   Chapter 2: Chemical Elements

1.1 

Properties of Materials

1.2 

Atoms

1.3 

Atomic Theory of Matter

1.4 

Atomic Structure

1.5 

Nuclear Model of the Atom

1.6 

Atoms, Ions and Molecules

1.7 

Materials and Atoms Test

2.1 

Occurrence of Elements

2.2 

Properties of Elements

2.3 

Types of Elements

2.4 

Allotropes of Elements

2.5 

Uses of Elements

2.6 

States of Matter

2.7 

Chemical Symbols

2.8 

Chemical equations

2.9 

Elements and the Periodic Table

2.10

Elements Test

3.1 

Electron Dot Diagrams of the Atom

3.2 

Electronic Configuration of Atoms

3.3 

Electrons in Atoms Test

4.1 

Ionic Bonds

4.2 

Covalent Bonds

4.3 

Ionic and Covalent Character and Periodic Table

4.4 

Metallic Bonds and Van Der Waals Forces

4.5 

Shape of Molecules

4.6 

Bonding Test



   Chapter 3: Electrons in Atoms

1.1 

Properties of Materials

1.2 

Atoms

1.3 

Atomic Theory of Matter

1.4 

Atomic Structure

1.5 

Nuclear Model of the Atom

1.6 

Atoms, Ions and Molecules

1.7 

Materials and Atoms Test

2.1 

Occurrence of Elements

2.2 

Properties of Elements

2.3 

Types of Elements

2.4 

Allotropes of Elements

2.5 

Uses of Elements

2.6 

States of Matter

2.7 

Chemical Symbols

2.8 

Chemical equations

2.9 

Elements and the Periodic Table

2.10

Elements Test

3.1 

Electron Dot Diagrams of the Atom

3.2 

Electronic Configuration of Atoms

3.3 

Electrons in Atoms Test

4.1 

Ionic Bonds

4.2 

Covalent Bonds

4.3 

Ionic and Covalent Character and Periodic Table

4.4 

Metallic Bonds and Van Der Waals Forces

4.5 

Shape of Molecules

4.6 

Bonding Test



   Chapter 4: Ionic and Covalent Bonding

1.1 

Properties of Materials

1.2 

Atoms

1.3 

Atomic Theory of Matter

1.4 

Atomic Structure

1.5 

Nuclear Model of the Atom

1.6 

Atoms, Ions and Molecules

1.7 

Materials and Atoms Test

2.1 

Occurrence of Elements

2.2 

Properties of Elements

2.3 

Types of Elements

2.4 

Allotropes of Elements

2.5 

Uses of Elements

2.6 

States of Matter

2.7 

Chemical Symbols

2.8 

Chemical equations

2.9 

Elements and the Periodic Table

2.10

Elements Test

3.1 

Electron Dot Diagrams of the Atom

3.2 

Electronic Configuration of Atoms

3.3 

Electrons in Atoms Test

4.1 

Ionic Bonds

4.2 

Covalent Bonds

4.3 

Ionic and Covalent Character and Periodic Table

4.4 

Metallic Bonds and Van Der Waals Forces

4.5 

Shape of Molecules

4.6 

Bonding Test



   Chapter 1: Varieties of Compounds

1.1 

Concept of a Chemical Compound

1.2 

Valency and Chemical Formulas

1.3 

Classification of Compounds

1.4 

Properties of Compounds

1.5 

Compounds and Mixtures

1.6 

Compounds Test 1

2.1 

Naming of Compounds

2.2 

Hydrocarbons

2.3 

Isomerism

2.4 

Classification of Substances

2.5 

Compounds Test 2

3.1 

Intermolecular Forces

3.2 

Polarity of Molecules

3.3 

Dispersion Forces

3.4 

Dipole-Dipole Forces

3.5 

Hydrogen Bonding

3.6 

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

3.7 

Electronegativity

3.8 

Non-Metals Test

4.1 

Bonding Types of Solids

4.2 

Properties of Solids

4.3 

Solids Test



   Chapter 2: More about Compounds

1.1 

Concept of a Chemical Compound

1.2 

Valency and Chemical Formulas

1.3 

Classification of Compounds

1.4 

Properties of Compounds

1.5 

Compounds and Mixtures

1.6 

Compounds Test 1

2.1 

Naming of Compounds

2.2 

Hydrocarbons

2.3 

Isomerism

2.4 

Classification of Substances

2.5 

Compounds Test 2

3.1 

Intermolecular Forces

3.2 

Polarity of Molecules

3.3 

Dispersion Forces

3.4 

Dipole-Dipole Forces

3.5 

Hydrogen Bonding

3.6 

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

3.7 

Electronegativity

3.8 

Non-Metals Test

4.1 

Bonding Types of Solids

4.2 

Properties of Solids

4.3 

Solids Test



   Chapter 3: Non-Metals

1.1 

Concept of a Chemical Compound

1.2 

Valency and Chemical Formulas

1.3 

Classification of Compounds

1.4 

Properties of Compounds

1.5 

Compounds and Mixtures

1.6 

Compounds Test 1

2.1 

Naming of Compounds

2.2 

Hydrocarbons

2.3 

Isomerism

2.4 

Classification of Substances

2.5 

Compounds Test 2

3.1 

Intermolecular Forces

3.2 

Polarity of Molecules

3.3 

Dispersion Forces

3.4 

Dipole-Dipole Forces

3.5 

Hydrogen Bonding

3.6 

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

3.7 

Electronegativity

3.8 

Non-Metals Test

4.1 

Bonding Types of Solids

4.2 

Properties of Solids

4.3 

Solids Test



   Chapter 4: Structures and Properties of Solids

1.1 

Concept of a Chemical Compound

1.2 

Valency and Chemical Formulas

1.3 

Classification of Compounds

1.4 

Properties of Compounds

1.5 

Compounds and Mixtures

1.6 

Compounds Test 1

2.1 

Naming of Compounds

2.2 

Hydrocarbons

2.3 

Isomerism

2.4 

Classification of Substances

2.5 

Compounds Test 2

3.1 

Intermolecular Forces

3.2 

Polarity of Molecules

3.3 

Dispersion Forces

3.4 

Dipole-Dipole Forces

3.5 

Hydrogen Bonding

3.6 

Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

3.7 

Electronegativity

3.8 

Non-Metals Test

4.1 

Bonding Types of Solids

4.2 

Properties of Solids

4.3 

Solids Test



   Chapter 1: Structure and Properties of Water

1.1 

Properties Of Water

1.2 

Forces and Bonding

1.3 

Water as a Solvent

1.4 

Solubility and Concentration

1.5 

Reactions in Water

1.6 

Solubility

1.7 

Treating Water

1.8 

Soluble and Insoluble Inorganic Compounds

1.9 

Water Test

2.1 

Surface-Energy

2.2 

Surfactants and their Chemical Nature

2.3 

Soaps and Structure of Soaps

2.4 

Structure of Detergents

2.5 

Catalysts

2.6 

Surfaces Test



   Chapter 2: Chemistry of Surfaces

1.1 

Properties Of Water

1.2 

Forces and Bonding

1.3 

Water as a Solvent

1.4 

Solubility and Concentration

1.5 

Reactions in Water

1.6 

Solubility

1.7 

Treating Water

1.8 

Soluble and Insoluble Inorganic Compounds

1.9 

Water Test

2.1 

Surface-Energy

2.2 

Surfactants and their Chemical Nature

2.3 

Soaps and Structure of Soaps

2.4 

Structure of Detergents

2.5 

Catalysts

2.6 

Surfaces Test



   Chapter 1: Acids and Bases

1.1 

Understanding Acids and Bases

1.2 

Strengths of Acids and Bases

1.3 

Acid-Base Titrations

1.4 

Acid-Base Volumetric Analysis

1.5 

Acids and Bases Test

2.1 

The Mole Concept

2.2 

Atomic formula masses

2.3 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.4 

Mole Concept Test

3.1 

Ionic Product of Water

3.2 

More about Acids and Bases

3.3 

pH Scale

3.4 

pH of Natural Systems

3.5 

pH Test



   Chapter 2: The Mole Concept

1.1 

Understanding Acids and Bases

1.2 

Strengths of Acids and Bases

1.3 

Acid-Base Titrations

1.4 

Acid-Base Volumetric Analysis

1.5 

Acids and Bases Test

2.1 

The Mole Concept

2.2 

Atomic formula masses

2.3 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.4 

Mole Concept Test

3.1 

Ionic Product of Water

3.2 

More about Acids and Bases

3.3 

pH Scale

3.4 

pH of Natural Systems

3.5 

pH Test



   Chapter 3: Looking at pH

1.1 

Understanding Acids and Bases

1.2 

Strengths of Acids and Bases

1.3 

Acid-Base Titrations

1.4 

Acid-Base Volumetric Analysis

1.5 

Acids and Bases Test

2.1 

The Mole Concept

2.2 

Atomic formula masses

2.3 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.4 

Mole Concept Test

3.1 

Ionic Product of Water

3.2 

More about Acids and Bases

3.3 

pH Scale

3.4 

pH of Natural Systems

3.5 

pH Test



   Chapter 1: Gases in the Atmosphere

1.1 

Importance of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide

1.2 

Reactions Producing Gases

1.3 

Gaseous Reactions

1.4 

Boyles Law, Charles Law

1.5 

The Ideal Gas Equation

1.6 

Gases Test



   Chapter 1: Redox and Corrosion

1.1 

Redox reactions, Oxidation numbers

1.2 

Electrochemical Cells

1.3 

Corrosion

1.4 

Redox Test