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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
The student and I worked on intramolecular forces and enthalpy. He did well on his homework questions, and so we did some additional questions in the book. I anticipate that he will do well on his exam this Friday.
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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
Reviewed nomenclature of binary ionic compounds, polyatomic ions, binary acids, & oxyacids. Covered atomic-molecular theory: radioactive decay, alpha/beta particle emissions and electron capture, calculation of mass and atomic numbers. Identity of subatomic particles, e.g. electrons, neutrons, protons, etc. Student expressed interest and was inquisitive. Had no problem remembering and applying the learned material. Student inquires about material outside the scope of the class which may slow down the rate at which material is covered.
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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
Today we talked about reaction kinetics and reaction rate. The student caught on quickly with finding the rate law of a reaction given a chart. We also quickly reviewed what she will be learning in her next class - how K and delta G are related, and how catalysts affect a reaction.
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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
Today we covered thermodynamics, we solved problems from their first and second exam. The student struggled with understanding the problem statement, and developing an approach to solve the problem. However she displayed a positive attitude, and she was able to solve some of the problems she got wrong during the exam. We still have additional test problems to solve, thus no extra problems were assigned. This was our first thermodynamics session, thus progress was noted within this session. The student seems to be more comfortable with the material covered in her previous test at the moment than she was when the test was taken, thus she can potentially perform better in her final cumulative exam.
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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
During this session, I first helped the student complete post-laboratory questions related to a laboratory experiment that she conducted in class. Through these questions, I helped to ensure she had a solid understanding of the equilibrium constant and related calculations, by underlining the rationale for using different equations and units. Next, I let her ask any questions that she had about the new material that she learned in class regarding equilibrium reactions and constants in general. These questions guided my highlighting various important concepts and equations for her to have the best possible grasp of this material.
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Avondale, AZ Physical Chemistry tutoring
The student has a test on Thursday, so we reviewed information that was likely to appear: intermolecular forces and their effect on boiling points; polarity of bonds and molecules; molecular geometries and its effect on molecular polarity. He brought up the Ideal Gas Law, PV-nRT, so I explained it, but I got the feeling it's a topic that the class will be covering next. A sticking point was the way nonpolar material interacts with polar compounds, that is induced dipoles. The class took a quiz Friday, and he will contact me to go over it when he sees it.
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