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New Haven, CT Chemistry tutoring
The student and I used this session to clarify the confusions that she had in order to prepare her for her upcoming test. We worked on predicting the chemical products by writing the chemical reactions. We also looked at the solubility rules to determine if the product will be insoluble.
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New Haven, CT Chemistry tutoring
We covered naming ionic compounds and going from the name to formula and formula to name. The student really improved with this and was proficient at it by the end. I asked her to reprint her original 2-sided worksheet on ionic compounds and re-do it now that she understands it better to help practice. I also left her with ~15 other practice questions and answers. We finished by covering empirical formulas, molecular formulas and percent composition.
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New Haven, CT Chemistry tutoring
Today, we first started with an introduction to intermolecular forces, namely Van der Waals forces, dipole-dipole attraction, hydrogen bonding and finally molecular-ion attraction. We reviewed briefly naming mono-atomic ionic compounds before delving into naming polyatomic ionic compounds. It's relatively simple at first, but when we got into roman numerals and polyatomic ions, we took things a little slower to make sure the student understood. We then went into naming molecular compounds, which was a lot easier for her. We worked on a worksheet for naming both ionic and molecular compounds. Finally, we concluded the lesson with an introduction to chemical change, physical changes, and endothermic/exothermic reactions.
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New Haven, CT Chemistry tutoring
Student 1 and I went over the problems he'd had on a test on trends in the periodic table, then Student 2 and I began reviewing for a test he has on Monday on the history of models of the atom and the overall topic of electrons, valence electrons and energy shells.
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Today, the student and I previewed the steps for balancing a redox reaction with an example reaction. We talked in-depth about balancing charges, spectator ions and which compounds are oxidized and reduced. A useful thing for her to remember is that compounds in an aqueous solution will break into their charged components and that H2O readily reacts with other compounds to donate H+ ions. Today was focused a little more on terminology, and she understood everything pretty well with some prompting. She only has one chemistry class next week. She will officially learn about redox reactions, previewed today, and she has decided not to have a session next week because of Thanksgiving Break.
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New Haven, CT Chemistry tutoring
During the session, we focused on the student's chemistry lab write-up. Because it was her first lab write-up she didn't quite understand how to approach each section, but with some guidance she was able to scientifically write about the experiment. We went through most of the sections of the write-up and discussed what was expected for each.
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