Apologia Exploring Creation with Advanced Chemistry In Creation Set, 2nd Edition

Apologia Exploring Creation with Advanced Chemistry In Creation Set, 2nd Edition

Publisher: Apologia Educ. Ministries
Author: Dr. Jay Wile
$77.00

This chemistry course is designed to be taken after a college-preparatory chemistry course such as Exploring Creation with Chemistry. When both courses are taken, the student is prepared to take the AP (advanced placement) or CLEP (College Level Examination Program) chemistry exam. The course includes detailed discussions of stoichiometry (with limiting reactants), thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, redox reactions, solutions, atomic structure, orbital hybridization, molecular orbitals, molecular geometry, chemical equilibrium, and nuclear chemistry. The student also receives an introduction to organic chemistry, focusing on the major functional groups, organic nomenclature, and polymer chemistry. There are 28 hours of laboratory exercises in the course, including the rate of an iodine clock reaction, distillation, chromatography, the common ion effect, measuring pH changes in a buffer, the electrolysis of copper sulfate, polymerization experiments, and the hydrolysis of sucrose.

The hardcover student text (color illustrations) contains all student material, study questions, laboratory exercises, module study guides, and extra practice problems.

The solutions manual contains answers to module study guides, solutions to the extra practice problems, module tests, quarterly tests, and the solutions to all the tests.

ISBN: 9781935495420

Prerequisites: Algebra II

Book Title Apologia Exploring Creation with Advanced Chemistry In Creation Set, 2nd Edition
Publisher: Apologia Educ. Ministries
Author Dr. Jay Wile

This chemistry course is designed to be taken after a college-preparatory chemistry course such as Exploring Creation with Chemistry. When both courses are taken, the student is prepared to take the AP (advanced placement) or CLEP (College Level Examination Program) chemistry exam. The course includes detailed discussions of stoichiometry (with limiting reactants), thermodynamics, kinetics, acids and bases, redox reactions, solutions, atomic structure, orbital hybridization, molecular orbitals, molecular geometry, chemical equilibrium, and nuclear chemistry. The student also receives an introduction to organic chemistry, focusing on the major functional groups, organic nomenclature, and polymer chemistry. There are 28 hours of laboratory exercises in the course, including the rate of an iodine clock reaction, distillation, chromatography, the common ion effect, measuring pH changes in a buffer, the electrolysis of copper sulfate, polymerization experiments, and the hydrolysis of sucrose.

The hardcover student text (color illustrations) contains all student material, study questions, laboratory exercises, module study guides, and extra practice problems.

The solutions manual contains answers to module study guides, solutions to the extra practice problems, module tests, quarterly tests, and the solutions to all the tests.

ISBN: 9781935495420

Prerequisites: Algebra II