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Chemistry teaches students about the various properties of matter and how they interact with other forms of matter. There are many key subtopics under the umbrella of chemistry, and each has its own areas of emphasis. There is analytical chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, and biochemistry. Broad chemistry courses will likely touch on sections from each branch of chemistry, which means students will have a lot of information to digest. Chemistry tutoring in Boston, Massachusetts, may be a great option for students wanting assistance in learning chemistry. Varsity Tutors can help you find a great tutor to help you in your learning process.

While fun for some, chemistry can be a combination of some students' worst nightmares: math and science. Early chemistry courses focus on teaching the principles of stoichiometry, balancing equations, and the atomic structure. This can be a lot to comprehend for some students, but that is where a tutor can be helpful. With the help of a chemistry tutor in Boston, you can plan a studying schedule that can help you progress through the course in a manner that works for you. Your tutor may be able to evaluate the areas of chemistry you struggle with the most and then teach you in a way that addresses these issues. It can be difficult to be a student working in a classroom setting where only one method of teaching is used. Your tutor could help you learn by using methods that work well for you.

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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
Today the student learned about chemical reaction kinetics. The student learned about the nature of potential energy diagrams and the purpose of catalysts in reactions. We related this back to dynamic equilibrium which we covered earlier this week.
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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
During this session, we reviewed the work that the student was given in class regarding intermolecular forces. I then assisted her in completing the homework assignments. She didn't have too much trouble with the homework, and seemed to grasp the assignment.
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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
Went over chem test problems involving acid-base reactions, common ion effect, predicting pH, equilibrium, calculating solubility product, Lewis dot structures, buffers, and how electro-negativity affects acidity.
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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
The student has a test tomorrow. She seems to have a handle on the mathematical concepts of the phase changes, but she needed to study some more on the vocabulary and concepts. We also worked on the Chemistry today.
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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
In my last tutoring session with the student, we discussed a somewhat unifying subject for all else we've covered in chemistry so far - the concept of equilibrium reactions. Discussed how chemical equilibrium relates a physical one (such as two kids balancing on a see-saw) and how we calculate this balance in terms of a ratio - in a manner almost identical to the physical one. Discussed examples of these equilibrium reactions and how they're used throughout technology. Also covered the sections ahead - the types of external changes that can affect the state of the equilibrium, and how we can affect it in a more controlled (and usually, desired) way through catalysts or inhibitors. Discussed where catalysts and inhibitors are used throughout the things we interact with (such as cars, food, or cleanup after oil spills).
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Boston, MA Chemistry tutoring
The student has his final exam next Thursday and the AP exam in May. He had identified subjects he wanted to go over. First, we looked at buffers and I introduced him to the Henderson-Hasselbach equation. After a few practice problems, I taught a mini-lesson on enthalpy and Hess's law. We will continue with thermodynamics next time, and probably more on his areas of concern.
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