1. Introduction

    1. What Is Chemistry?
    2. Scientific Method
  2. Measurement

    1. Quantitative and Qualitative
    2. Units of Measurement
    3. Unit Conversions
    4. Temperature Scales
    5. SI System of Measurement
    6. Significant Figures
    7. Scientific Notation
    8. Accuracy, Precision, and Percent Error
    9. Density
    10. Graphing: independent and dependent variables
    11. Drawing Graphs
  3. Matter

    1. What is Matter?
    2. Everything is Made of Atoms
    3. Elements
    4. Compounds
    5. Mixtures
    6. Phases of Matter
    7. Phase Changes
    8. Separating Mixtures
    9. Physical and Chemical Changes
    10. Mass Number
    11. Net Charge
    12. Basic Atomic Structure
    13. Atomic Number
    14. Isotopes
    15. Atomic Mass

  4. The Periodic Table

    1. The Periodic Table
    2. Metals and Nonmetals
    3. Metalloids
    4. Periodic Trends in Atomic Size
    5. Periodic Trends in Ionic Size
    6. Periodic Trends in Ionization Energy
    7. Periodic Trends in Electronegativity
    8. Periodic Trends in Electron Affinity
    9. Valence Electrons
  5. Bonding Basics

    1. Bonding
    2. Octet Rule
    3. Electronegativity
    4. Ionic Bonding
    5. Covalent Bonding
    6. Metallic Bonding
    7. Properties of ionic, covalent, and metallic compounds
  6. Ionic Bonds

    1. Ionic Bond Formation
    2. Ionic Compounds
    3. Covalent compounds
    4. Metallic Compounds
    5. Polyatomic Ions
    6. Writing Ionic Formulas
    7. Naming Ionic Compounds
    8. Ionic vs. Molecular Bonds

  7. Covalent Bonds

    1. Covalent Bond Formation
    2. Covalent Formulas and Nomenclature
    3. Drawing Lewis Structures
    4. Resonance
    5. VSEPR
  8. Intermolecular Bonding

    1. Intermolecular Bonds
    2. Polarity of Bonds
    3. Polarity of Molecules
    4. Hydrogen Bonds
    5. Dipole-Dipole Interactions
    6. Van der Waals Interactions
    7. Properties of Intermolecular Bonds
  9. A Closer Look at The Atom

    1. Atomic Models
    2. Mass Conservation
    3. Laws of Proportions
    4. Cathode Ray Tube Experiment
    5. Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment
    6. Rutherford's Gold Foil Experiment
    7. Discovery of the Neutron

  10. Bohr Model of the Atom

    1. Transverse waves
    2. Light and Electromagnetic Radiation
    3. Calculations with wavelength and frequency
    4. Planck's constant
    5. Atoms and Electromagnetic Spectra
    6. Excited States and Ground States
    7. Bohr Model of the atom
  11. Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom

    1. The Dual Nature of Light
    2. DeBroglie: Wave Characteristics of Matter
    3. Orbitals, and Probability Patterns
    4. Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
  12. Electron Configuration

    1. s,p,d,f Orbitals
    2. Noble Gas Shorthand
    3. Quantum Numbers
    4. Valence Electrons
    5. Electron Configuration

  13. Molecular Orbital Theory

    1. Molecular Orbital Theory
    2. Sigma Bonds
    3. Pi Bonds
    4. Molecular Geometry
    5. Bonding and Antibonding Orbitals
    6. Orbital Hybridization
  14. Chemical Reactions

    1. Review of Elements and Compounds
    2. Chemical and Physical Properties
    3. Chemical Equations
    4. Balancing Chemical Equations
    5. Chemical Reactions and Equations
    6. Redox Reactions
    7. Synthesis Reactions
    8. Decomposition Reactions
    9. Single Replacement Reactions
    10. Double Replacement Reactions
  15. The Mole Concept

    1. The Mole
    2. Determining Formula
    3. Percent Composition
    4. Empirical and Molecular Formulas

  16. Stoichiometry

    1. Stoichiometry
    2. Mole Ratios
    3. Equation Stoichiometry
    4. Limiting Reagent
    5. Percent Yield
  17. Phases of Matter

    1. Phases of Matter
    2. Properties of Solids, Liquids, and Gases
    3. Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
    4. How Intermolecular Forces Affect Phases of Matter
    5. Changes of State
    6. Dynamic Equilibrium
    7. Vapor Pressure and Boiling
    8. Phase Diagrams
  18. Gases

    1. Kinetic Theory of Gases
    2. Gas Pressure
    3. Measuring Gas Pressure
    4. Atmospheric Pressure
    5. Absolute Zero
    6. Gas Laws
    7. Boyle's Law
    8. Charles' Law
    9. Avogadro's Law
    10. Gay Lussac's Law
    11. Combined Gas Law
    12. Ideal Gas Law
    13. Molar Volume of a Gas
    14. Gas Stoichiometry
    15. Partial Pressure
    16. Preparation and Reactions of Gases

  19. Solutions

    1. Solutions
    2. Solute
    3. Solvent
    4. Solution Formation
    5. Solvation and Dissociation
    6. Saturated and Supersaturated Solutions
    7. Measuring Concentration
    8. Solving Using PPM (Parts Per Million)
    9. Molarity
    10. Molality
    11. Percent Concentration
    12. Dilution Calculations
    13. Osmolarity
    14. Factors Affecting Solubility
    15. Solubility Graphs
    16. Colligative Properties
    17. Separating Mixtures
  20. Chemical Kinetics

    1. Rate of Reactions
    2. Collision Theory
    3. Potential Energy Diagrams
    4. Rate Law
  21. Chemical Equilibrium

    1. Dynamic Equilibrium
    2. Equilibrium Constants
    3. Equilibrium Stoichiometry
    4. Ksp
    5. Kep
    6. Le Chatelier's principle
    7. Solubility Equilbria

  22. Acids and Bases

    1. Acids and Bases
    2. Properties of Acids and Bases
    3. Arrhenius Acids and Bases
    4. pH
    5. pH calculations
    6. Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
    7. Stoichiometry with Acid and Base Dissociation
    8. Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases
    9. Brønsted–Lowry Acids and Bases
    10. Lewis Acids and Bases
  23. Reactions in Solution

    1. Reactions Between Ions in Solutions
    2. Stoichiometry of Reactions Between Ions in Solutions
    3. Neutralization
    4. Titration Calculations
    5. Buffer Theory
    6. Buffer Calculations
  24. Thermochemistry

    1. Energy Change in Reactions
    2. Enthalpy
    3. Exothermic processes
    4. Endothermic processes
    5. Specific Heat
    6. Calorimetry
    7. Thermochemistry of Phase Changes
    8. Thermochemistry with Equation Stoichiometry
    9. Hess' Law
    10. Born-Haber Cycle - Formation
    11. Born-Haber Cycle - Solution
    12. Spontaneous and Non-Spontaneous Processes
    13. Entropy
    14. Gibbs Free Energy

  25. Electrochemistry

    1. Oxidation and Reduction Reactions
    2. Oxidation Numbers
    3. Balancing Redox Equations Using the Oxidation Number Method
    4. Metal Activity Series
    5. Galvanic Cells
    6. Electrolysis
    7. Calculating Energy in Electrochemical Processes
  26. Nuclear Chemistry

    1. Nuclear Chemistry
    2. Isotope Notation
    3. Isotope Stability
    4. Alpha Decay
    5. Beta Decay
    6. Positron Decay
    7. Electron Capture
    8. Nuclear Equations
    9. Nuclear Half-Life
    10. Nuclear Half-Life Calculations
    11. Nuclear Transmutation
    12. Fission and Fusion
    13. Applications of Nuclear Chemistry
    14. Biological Effects of Radiation
  27. Organic Chemistry

    1. Introduction to Carbon Chemistry
    2. Naming Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes
    3. Aromatics
    4. Functional Groups and Naming
    5. Polymer Chemistry
    6. Biochemical Molecules
    7. Isomerisms

  28. Useful Analysis Tips

    1. Using Microsoft Excel for Figures and Statistical Analysis
    2. Using Microsoft Excel to Analyze Data Using Linear Regression
    3. Correct Use of a Scientific Notation on a Scientific Calculator