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Doral, FL Chemistry tutoring
The student began the class by telling me that she had done well on the nomenclature (naming) portion of her chemistry class as well as having done well on the reactions exam. We began by looking at Lewis diagrams, and worked out several problems together then came up with a step-by-step process of determining how to make the diagrams. Step one was counting how many electrons we have to go around, and then drawing one covalent bond between each of the atoms in the molecule, and subtracting two electrons from the total number of available electrons to obtain a new total. The next step is counting how many electrons each of the atoms needs to have a full outer shell (of 8 electrons) and comparing that total with the new total available electrons. If you need more than you have, you must add another covalent bond and repeat your previous steps. We continued by discussing each of the geometric shapes of the Lewis dot diagrams. The student learned visually by using pens to represent each covalent bond that we can have a linear, trigonal planar, tetrahedral (trigonal pyramidal), trigonal bi-pyramidal, and octahedral or square bi-pyramidal. We enhanced her understanding of this topic and also tackled orbital shapes by thinking about how many pairs of electrons we had for the 2p shell (3 pairs, therefore trigonal planar) We finished the session by reviewing limiting reagent problems. We said the first step was to find out the molecular mass of each reactant. Then given the mass of each, convert that number to mols of each reactant. Determine what the molar ratio of each reactant is, and then take your answers for how many mols of each you have to determine which reactant is the limiting reagent. Once determined, then you can figure out how many mols of each product you obtain by comparing the coefficient of the limiting reagent by the mols of each product.
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Doral, FL Chemistry tutoring
We reviewed topics from chapter 7 in preparation for the student's chapter 7 test on 11/13. We reviewed topics including atomic structure, atomic orbitals, and electron configurations.
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Doral, FL Chemistry tutoring
In this session, we continued to look at chemical kinetics. We went over a homework worksheet that the student was given that covered zero, first, and second order reactions. He handled all of the questions very well and only needed some help solving an equation that used some mathematics that he had forgotten. We also went over his most recent lab report and how to answer the questions from the lab handout.
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