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Receive personally tailored Inorganic Chemistry lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Inorganic chemistry encompasses the study of compounds that are not based on carbon-hydrogen structures. The breadth of complexes and molecular compounds included in this description opens the field to nearly infinite possibilities and promotes the development of studies and theories that can apply to a wide range of materials. Large branches of redox chemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and chemical synthesis fall within the realm of inorganic study. If you are pursuing an education in any field of chemistry mastering the base aspects of inorganic molecules will be essential. The rules governing these interactions are so widely applicable that an understanding of chemical principle is simply not possible without them. If you feel behind in your studies of introductory concepts or lost in the complexities of an advanced course, such as Principles of Inorganic Chemistry, inorganic chemistry tutoring may be able to help you get back on track. You may also want a tutor because you are looking to earn honors marks and get recognized by the college of your choice. Whatever your reason, Varsity Tutors looks forward to hearing from you.

Whether you are working to grasp the difference between single-replacement and double-replacement reactions in high school chemistry or are building a procedure to isolate a new zeolite structure in a professional lab, the guidance available through inorganic chemistry tutoring could prove invaluable. Tutors can help you from beginning to end. Other subjects you can work with your tutor on range from inorganic reactions and chemical bonding to solutions. When you contact Varsity Tutors educational directors, they can begin to develop a profile for you based on your personal learning habits, strengths and weaknesses, academic goals, and interests. They then use this information to help you select the ideal tutor for your particular academic situation. Your tutor can collaborate with you to develop lessons specifically tailored to your needs and learning style, allowing you to direct the trajectory of your educational plan. Unlike the traditional classroom environment or a study group, you are encouraged to influence the material that is covered to provide you with the most targeted, efficient, educational tools possible.

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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Danny
Major topics covered were under the category of ionic compounds. We discussed the difference between cations and anions, typical ionization behavior of compounds as predicted by the periodic table, electron configurations, atomic structure, and how to interpret changes in atomic structure in ionic atoms (number of electrons changes, as protons are stuck in the nucleus)
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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Vinita
This was my first session with this student. He said he did well on his first exam but failed the last one and has one tomorrow. He has two chapters that were going to be tested and he needed help with rates of reactions. We went over first order and second order reactions and how to determine them. We also looked at how the concentrations changes and stays constant and how to determine the rate of reaction from that. We practiced some problems and he felt better about them once we completed. We will meet next Wednesday and Thursday and cover the next two chapters that will be on his following test.
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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Anuradha
We talked about Aufbau principle, Pauli exclusion principle, Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity, Heisenberg uncertainty principle and de Broglie equation. We also went in detail about quantum numbers, shapes of orbitals and radial probability distribution graphs, and electronegativity. Lastly, we went talked about Slater's rule and its application.
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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Shawn
In this session, we reviewed a quiz over posology. She is struggling a bit with the math, especially with the more complex, multi-stepped problems, so we took the time to work through some problems. I will be getting her more resources to work on for the math portion. We will continue to do extra practice next session as well.
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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Erica
This was my first session with the student. I arrived a few minutes early in order to speak with her mom about her expectations and goals for our tutoring. The student and I covered the rock cycle, specifically the differences between sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks. We first used her study packet to go over the concepts, and I had the student read most of the packet out loud and asked her questions to check her understanding. Then we did her homework assignment on the topic.
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Online Inorganic Chemistry Tutoring review by Megan
Today the student and I worked on math and civics and then brainstormed more for a science project. It was a productive session, and we came up with some good ideas for her to go forward with.
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