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Chemistry Tutoring review by Tam in Layton, UT
The student and I reviewed Electrochemistry. We discussed identifying oxidation and reduction, cathode and anode, writing half reactions and the overall balanced reaction, determining the electron flow and the current flow, determining which electrode would lose or gain mass, determining the direction of positive and negative ions from the salt bridge, calculating the standard cell potential from the half reactions, determining whether a reaction would occur in a voltaic (spontaneous) or electrolytic cell (non-spontaneous), calculating the change in Gibbs Free Energy, calculating the cell potential for a voltaic cell, and determining the time taken for an electrolysis process. She absorbed the materials very well. We did a recap at the end to review all formulas and theories.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Jennifer in Layton, UT
The student is now covering concentration. He knew the terms, but did not really understand what they meant. I connected concentration to solutions in his everyday life (e.g. - Kool Aid) to help him understand how dilution changes the solvent but not the solution. We also created a list of topics that he is comfortable with and ones that he needs help reviewing for the final.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Matthew in Layton, UT
The student had missed a week of class so the aim of this session was to catch him up. We went over some unit conversions, which the student seems to be able to do very well, and then looked at some empirical formula and dissociation/acid-base type questions. I gave him some notes on how to do the empirical formula questions step-by-step.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Kelie in Layton, UT
We spent this time going over the first half of her study guide for her final. This covered everything from scientific notation to gas laws. The student had trouble with each individual type of problem starting out, but as we started the problems the process seemed to come back to her. She didn't have any issues that really stood out, but on the final she needs to be especially careful that she has her conversion factors written the correct way in her problems.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Mitchell in Layton, UT
The student and I worked through a study sheet on solubility. He has a quiz coming up and he did not have a great grasp on solubility. He got comfortable working with the ion solubility chart to determine if cation and anion pairing were soluble, insoluble or partially soluble. He then balanced ionic replacement reactions in aqueous solutions, and finally he used a solubility/temperature curve to determine solute concentrations at given temperatures.
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Chemistry Tutoring review by Siana in Layton, UT
Specific problems from review handout: 1. Enthalpy of reaction, heat. 2. Relation between Enthalpy, Entropy, Gibbs free energy, and Temperature. 3. Phase change thermodynamics. 4. Atom structure; quantum numbers: shell n, subshell l, magnetic orientation m_l, spin s. 5. Calorimetry: first law thermodynamics; sign +/- for energy considering who is considered to be the "system" and who is the "environment".
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