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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
This session went well. We made it through more of the student's study guide. We spent time going over vectors vs. scalars, and how to add and subtract vectors using both the parallelogram method and the head to tail method. We also multiplication of vectors by a scalar. She remembers a good chunk of this material from when they did it earlier in the semester, so there were only a few points of clarification she needed help with, and she picked up on them quickly. We worked with the coordinate plane background option on the whiteboard which was very convenient. I am giving her some more practice problems to work on before next session which will focus on adding and subtracting vectors, to give her more practice on the things she had some trouble with, and help her get stronger at solving these types of problems on her own.
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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
We went over review questions for the final provided by the teacher. There were 60 questions. We got through 27 of them. There was an indication that, in addition to the problems, the student will need to memorize the table of ions and better understand the octet rule for the exam.
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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today we met for our first session for the student's physics summer class. She wanted to prepare some before her class began, as it is only three weeks long! We covered vectors, vector addition, scalar multiplication, components of vectors, scalar product, vector product, and some of one dimensional motion. Every physics book from her level on will have an opening chapter on vector manipulation. I told her to just work problems over, and over, and over. I did show her a neat trick I came up with in electromagnetics. To do a cross product quickly, without resolving to a determinant, you can draw the three axes (or unit vectors) in a right-handed circle and derive the correct cross product expression easily and, more importantly, fast!
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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
We worked on the review packet for the student's chemistry final. He is doing very well in chemistry.
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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today, we went over redox reactions and electrochemistry for her exam tomorrow. I did a few sample questions for each topic that was going to be covered on her exam. She did very well on them and definitely seemed prepared. Next, we did some electrochemistry, mainly focusing on voltaic cells. I gave her a tip on determining which elements were readily reduced/oxidized. Then afterwards, we did some practice problems from her book. With about 30 minutes to spare, I felt she was really prepared for her exam, and we decided to review a bit of organic chemistry which included alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes. I gave out many practice problems for her to do, and she definitely got the hang of the concept. The session definitely went well.
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Providence, RI Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today we started talking about sweet sugars or their more scientific name, carbohydrates. We covered different ways of representation, and how you swap from one to the other. Among the way of representation that we covered were Fischer projection and Haworth projection of the cyclic carbohydrates. In addition to that, we looked at how you would distinguish between the alpha and beta isomers. And we also had time to look at the isomerization of the alpha and beta anomers and started talking about the alcoholysis and acetylation of glucose.
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