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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Stephanie in Riverdale, IL
We started with thermochemistry, enthalpy and work. It was a little difficult to go over the practice problems because I couldn't see them the problems. However we will work that out before our next sessions
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Ishita in Riverdale, IL
Today we were working on her final review for the trimester. She had a review packet that she had started, and we finished working through it together. I gave her some tips and tricks to help her remember some of the concepts that she needed to remember, and I think just going over it with someone helped her a lot. She seemed confident by the end of the session in her abilities to do well on the test.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Max in Riverdale, IL
Today we completed their current homework assignment concerning periodic trends, electronic configuration, and related topics. Having completed more than half of the assignment during our previous session, we were able to take our time and reason through the remaining questions, which went very well. I stressed to both students the utility of memorizing the general trends of electronegativity, ionization energy, electron affinity, and atomic radius across the periodic table. I was also able to restate and clarify the definitions of a couple properties like electron affinity that were still a little hazy. We were entertained by a few "lateral thinking" questions presented on the assignment that asked for application of logic in the context of the question rather than assuming some sort of mathematical relationship. Overall, I feel they have a very good foundation for understanding these properties and are able to make reasoned conclusions.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Andrew in Riverdale, IL
In this session, we reviewed chemical equilibria, acid-base equilibria, buffer solutions, and solubility equilibria for the student's test. He had a very good handle on most of this material, but we hadn't reviewed it in awhile. He did need some help with buffer solutions and some of the solubility equilibria. He was feeling confident after the session.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Bijin in Riverdale, IL
We worked on the student's lab covering the heat of formation of several reactions. We went through the calculations and tried to determine heats of formation, q, and moles used in a solution. The lab did not have sufficient instruction for all of the steps, but we were able to determine some of them from previous work we had done with calorimetry.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Niamh in Riverdale, IL
We covered more net ionic equations from the online problems he has assigned to him. The student was noticeably more comfortable with the topic, as before he had been hesitant leave a given component out of the equation. This time, he was a little more practiced and knew to identify the parts of the reaction that don't change. As far as knowing that, he had a solubility table to refer to, so he was also better at navigating that for necessary information. I left him with more ionic equations and solubility questions to review next time.
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