High School Chemistry

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Table of Contents

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  1. The Science of Chemistry
  2. Chemistry - A Physical Science
  3. Chemistry in the Laboratory
  4. The Atomic Theory
  5. The Bohr Model of the Atom
  6. Quantum Mechanics Model of the Atom
  7. Electron Configurations for Atoms
  8. Electron Configurations and the Periodic Table
  9. Relationships Between the Elements
  10. Trends on the Periodic Table
  11. Ions and the Compounds They Form
  12. Writing and Naming Ionic Formulas
  13. Covalent Bonding
  14. Molecular Architecture
  15. The Mathematics of Compounds
  16. Chemical Reactions
  17. Mathematics and Chemical Equations
  18. The Kinetic-Molecular Theory
  19. The Liquid State
  20. The Solid State
  21. The Solution Process
  22. Ions in Solution
  23. Chemical Kinetics
  24. Chemical Equilibrium
  25. Acids
  26. Water, pH, and Titration
  27. Thermodynamics
  28. Electrochemistry
  29. Nuclear Chemistry
  30. Organic Chemistry

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