Chapter 14

Thirty Equations for General Chemistry

Thomas J. Manning and Aurora P. Gramatges

Abstract

In this exercise students will review the concepts and equations associated with thirty important relationships covered in general chemistry. Students will use a spreadsheet to graph correlations associated with each equation. This exercise may be given at any point in a general chemistry lab curriculum. If given at the beginning of a course than it can serve as an introduction to the course. If the exercise is assigned at the end of a course it serves as an excellent review for many of the concepts covered throughout a semester.

Total Pages: 131-154 (24)

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