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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
We covered naming of compounds and single ions/atoms of chemistry today. We covered naming binary and ternary ionic compounds, covalent compounds, acids, and polyatomic ion compound combinations. The student learned the intricacies of her teacher's chemical language, and mastered naming of compounds by the end of the night.
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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
Today we focused on bonding and I explained hybridization along with bond geometry. I also explained the difference between Lewis Dot Diagram and VSEPR.
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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
Today we worked on the student's chemistry lab. The lab asked her to make 3D models for 6 molecules. She didn't have any trouble understanding the concepts in the lab. I worked through a few electron dot structures with her, and she was able to work through a few on her own. She didn't have any problems with the lab.
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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
We did a long review of polyatomic ions and how to construct names of molecules. We also went over problems involving hydrates and I showed the student how to calculate the number of coordinated water molecules in a given salt hydrate. The student seems ready to ace an upcoming test, since we went over extremely complicated problems very successfully.
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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
During this session we looked at the student's lab. She has a lab report due and she wanted to go over the calculations.
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Connecticut, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
We worked on many different topics in organic chemistry: naming molecules based on the presence of various functional groups, the manner in which molecular structure effects boiling point, oxidation of alcohol groups, working out the oxidation/ reduction half reactions for reactions involving organic molecules, bond theory including the distinction between sigma and pi bonds and how their presence is affected by hybridization of atomic orbitals, reviewing heterolytic vs homolytic reactions as well as how heterolytic reactions are applied in the halogenation of alkanes (including initiation, propagation, and elongation steps), and discussion of aromaticity. The session went well, especially given the extremely broad coverage of the material. The goal of session was to prepare for a test. The student seemed to already have a good framework for working on these concepts and appeared comfortable with the explanations. For instance, orbital hybridization can be a tricky concept but she seemed to follow the discussion clearly and only required clarification and reiteration. We went through how to approach certain kinds of problems, especially naming, in a highly procedural fashion (e.g. identify longest carbon chain as a first step, identify the functional group and its corresponding representation in a name as a second step, etc.). She seems to be in a good position to test well on the concepts we reviewed.
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