2nd Semester Chemistry Final Exam Review

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					                  2nd Semester Chemistry Final Exam Review
Below is a list of the chapters that are directly covered on the second semester final exam. Any
information listed below a chapter should serve as a reminder of what was in that chapter and
does not mean that it is an exact list of what is or isn’t covered on the exam. Knowledge of
vocabulary words and key concepts is a must. Since this is the last exam of the year, basic
knowledge of every chapter is beneficial.

You should make a study sheet (cheat sheet) on a regular 81/2” x 11” paper. It must be hand
written. No photocopied or computer generated images or lists may be used.

You will be supplied with a periodic table, activity series and reduction potential table on the day
of the exam. You must bring your own calculator, cheat sheet, and scratch paper.

Chapter 9: Writing Formulas and Naming compounds
       Ionic, molecular, acids

Chapter 10: Chemical Quantities and Calculations
       Molar mass, Percent composition, empirical formula, molecular formula

Chapter 11: Balancing Chemical Equations
       Types of reactions, activity series

Chapter 12: Stoichiometry
       mol-mol, mol-mass, mass-mass, vol-vol, vol-mol, vol-mass, particles-mass, etc.

Chapter 14 (&13): Gas Laws
       Charles’, Boyle’s, Gay-Lussac’s, Combined, Ideal, Dalton’s, Graham’s

Chapter 15-16: Solution Chemistry & Concentration
       Dissociation, solubility, molarity, molality

Chapter 18: Thermochemistry
       Rate, Equilibrium, Enthalpy, Entropy, Free Energy

Chapter 19: Acids and Bases
       Reactions, titration (stoichiometry), pH (calculations), indicators

Chapter20-21: Redox and Electrochemistry
       Oxidation numbers, reduction, oxidation, reducing agent, oxidizing agent
       reduction potential, half reactions, cell potential, voltaic cell, electrolytic cell

Chapters 22-23: Organic Chemistry
       Hydrocarbons (alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, cyclic, aromatic), functional groups, formulas,
       structure, naming

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