Chemistry Overview

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Chemistry Overview
1 Differentiate among elements, compounds, and mixtures, using physical and chemical properties
1.1 Distinguish among physical, chemical, and nuclear changes
1.2 Predict physical and chemical properties based on the periodicity of the elements
2 Select and use mathematical relationships and computational skills
3 Perform laboratory skills appropriate to chemistry
4 Use chemical symbols to write formulas and name compounds
4.1 Construct chemical equations
5 Describe the sequence of selected discoveries, which resulted in modern atomic theory
6 Imply the mole concept operationally and conceptually
7 Solve problems involving quantitative relationships in equations
8 Relate the state and energy content of a substance to the degree of motion in its molecules
8.1 Determine the amount of energy involved in a reaction
8.2 Determine the driving forces of a reaction
8.2.1 Describe the factors that affect the rates of reactions
9 Apply the gas laws
10 Account for the attractions among particles and the effect of these forces on the properties of the resulting substances
11 Interpret the practical implications of the laws of thermodynamics
12 Describe systems of equilibrium
13 Calculate the quantities needed to prepare and use solutions employing various units for expressing concentrations
14 Analyze the role of acids, bases and salts and their interactions
15 Apply electrochemical principles
15.1 Balance oxidation-reduction equations
15.1.1 Apply principles of oxidation and reduction
16 Classify carbon compounds
16.1 Illustrate the significance of carbon and its compounds

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