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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Productive session! We went over a problem on phylogenetic trees, and devised a step by step strategy to create them. We also went over her lecture notes on "Tree of Life" to answer her questions on the first cells, the synthesis of organic compounds, the Miller experiment, self-replicating RNA, mass extinctions, and carbon dating.
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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We worked on acids and bases during this session, covering topics such as the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation, titration curves and ICE charts. The student comes prepared and seems to grasp the material very well.
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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We continued our review for his exam. We covered pH and pOH and how to calculate one from the other. We also reviewed conversion between pH or pOH to H+ and OH- concentration. We then discussed neutralization reactions and how to calculate concentration of OH given H+ and vise versa. Lastly, we covered naming of acids and their rules. I told the student to work on learning the names and structures of polyatomic anions such as sulfate, phosphate, nitrate, carbonate, etc.,. and from them he will be able to identify the correct acid name.
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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
The student had a test on acids and bases coming up in his chemistry class and he wanted to review the material beforehand. Working through practice problems, it was clear that he was comfortable with finding pH and concentration of hydronium and hydroxide, but needed extra practice with balancing net ionic equations and calculating titration volumes and concentrations for acidic and basic solutions. I worked with him through the steps of each type of problem, then had him work a number of similar questions on his own. After figuring out strategies that made the most sense for him, he didn't have difficulty balancing the net ionic equations for calculating titrations. Before I left, I made sure he wrote down the strategies we used so he could refer to them before the test.
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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Tonight we started with a review of the material from last session and ended with some last details in regards to blood and blood cell types. We then started the digestive system and nutrition material talking about types of feeders, the stages of food processing, and began the digestive system components with briefly discussing the accessory organs of the digestive system. As always, the student did a great job tonight with the material and maintained a positive attitude throughout. He is currently working on a big group project assignment so we will hold off with extra practice until after next session on Sunday.
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Kent, WA Organic Chemistry tutoring
The student and I went through example problems involving electric charge, Coulomb's law, and Ohm's law. As we were covering a new overall topic (moving on from classical mechanics to electricity & magnetism), she seemed more uncertain about her understanding of the concepts, and was somewhat less independent in solving the problems. However, she did indicate understanding of the problems once they were explained to her, and asked thoughtful questions to further her grasp of the material.
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