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New Britain, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
We went over his acid-base homework, and he did well with that. We also reviewed nomenclature and dove deeper into nomenclature concepts and practice problems. We will continue to work through his practice material until school is over. He will bring me any problems he has in reviewing for the final exam in two weeks.
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We went over conversion between pressure units for gases. The we did a few problems calculating pressure based on force and area. Then we started going over Boyle's and Charles' law of gases. The student did great with the conversions and the force/ area problems. He needed help with the new material that has not been covered in class yet. He was very positive. We made flashcards to remember the conversion units for pressure units. This is what he will practice after the session.
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New Britain, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
The student and I worked on a trig identity worksheet during our session. The worksheet focused on the sum/difference identities and the associated double and half-angle identities. It seemed like the student struggled with problems that were posed in radians. Once he converted to degrees, the problem was often fairly routine. We talked about the importance of learning radians at least enough to recognize the basic unit circle angles, as radians tend to be the more common way to express angles and phase in higher levels of math. I showed the student the basic pattern of radians on the unit circle and related it to the pattern of angles on the unit circle. After getting comfortable converting radians, we went over the basic structure of each identity as they appeared in problems. The most challenging identities wound up being the double and half-angle identities, but after a short walkthrough with them, the student was able to work subsequent problems with little assistance.
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New Britain, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
The student and I continued working on charge and electric force. We reviewed old tests to address missed concepts and incorrect calculations. We also worked on vector addition and using trig functions to find x and y components of forces. We will continue to practice properly setting up word problems and identifying variables in the question.
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New Britain, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
We went through naming the organic compounds. I explained how the student has to do them and we solved several examples together. She understood them and she was able to do most of them by herself. She is doing well.
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New Britain, CT Physical Chemistry tutoring
The student and I worked on practice problems for his end of term physics test. We specifically focused on radioactivity, half-life, mean lifetime, radioactive exposure doses, the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, quantum mechanics concepts of quantized energy levels and angular momenta, de Broglie wavelength, and interference/ diffraction patterns due to the particle-wave nature of light and matter.
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