AP Chemistry Practice Test

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Big Idea 1: Atomic Theory of Matter16%
Big Idea 2: Chemical and Physical Properties16%
Big Idea 3: Changes in Matter16%
Big Idea 4: Rates of Chemical Reactions16%
Big Idea 5: Laws of Thermodynamics16%
Big Idea 6: Bonds Can be Formed and Broken16%
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Test Standards

Big Idea 1: Atomic Theory of Matter
1. (1.A.1)  Molecules
2. (1.A.2)  Chemical Analysis
3. (1.A.3)  Mole
4. (1.B.1)  Electrons And Coulomb's Law
5. (1.B.2)  Electron Configuration
6. (1.C.1)  Periodic Trends
7. (1.C.2)  Quantum Mechanical Model
8. (1.D.1)  Atomic Model Theory
9. (1.D.2)  Contradictions To Early Models
10. (1.D.3)  Structure Of Atoms And Molecules
11. (1.E.1)  Physical And Chemical Processes
12. (1.E.2)  Conservation Of Atoms
Big Idea 2: Chemical and Physical Properties
1. (2.A.1)  Solids Vs. Liquids
2. (2.A.2)  Gases
3. (2.A.3)  Solutions
4. (2.B.1)  London Dispersion
5. (2.B.2)  Dipole Forces
6. (2.B.3)  Intermolecular Forces
7. (2.C.1)  Covalent Bonds
8. (2.C.2)  Ionic Bonds
9. (2.C.3)  Metallic Bonding
10. (2.C.4)  Electron Bonding Models
11. (2.D.1)  Ionic Solids
12. (2.D.2)  Metallic Solids
13. (2.D.3)  Covalent Solids
14. (2.D.4)  Molecular Solids
Big Idea 3: Changes in Matter
1. (3.A.1)  Chemical Change
2. (3.A.2)  Stoichiometry
3. (3.B.1)  Synthesis And Decomposition Reactions
4. (3.B.2)  Neutralization Reaction
5. (3.B.3)  Redox Reactions
6. (3.C.1)  Evidence Of Chemical Change
7. (3.C.2)  Endothermic Vs. Exothermic
8. (3.C.3)  Electrochemistry
Big Idea 4: Rates of Chemical Reactions
1. (4.A.1)  Influence On Reaction Rates
2. (4.A.2)  Rate Law
3. (4.A.3)  Rate Constant
4. (4.B.1)  Elementary Reactions
5. (4.B.2)  Collisions
6. (4.B.3)  Successful Collisions
7. (4.C.1)  Multistep Reactions
8. (4.C.2)  Rate-Limiting
9. (4.C.3)  Reaction Intermediates
10. (4.D.1)  Catalysts
11. (4.D.2)  Types Of Catalysts
Big Idea 5: Laws of Thermodynamics
1. (5.A.1)  Temperature
2. (5.A.2)  Heat Transfer
3. (5.B.1)  Energy Transfer
4. (5.B.2)  Conservation Of Energy
5. (5.B.3)  Change In Energy
6. (5.B.4)  Calorimetry
7. (5.C.1)  Potential Energy
8. (5.C.2)  Net Energy Change
9. (5.D.1)  Interaction Of Molecules
10. (5.D.2)  Chemical Bonds Vs. Intermolecular Interactions
11. (5.D.3)  Noncovalent And Intermolecular Interactions
12. (5.E.1)  Entropy
13. (5.E.2)  Thermodynamically Favored
14. (5.E.3)  Gibbs Free Energy Change
15. (5.E.4)  External Sources Of Energy
16. (5.E.5)  Kinetic Vs. Thermodynamic Control
Big Idea 6: Bonds Can be Formed and Broken
1. (6.A.1)  Forward And Reverse Reactions
2. (6.A.2)  Reaction Quotient
3. (6.A.3)  Equilibrium
4. (6.A.4)  Equilibrium Constant (K)
5. (6.B.1)  Le Chatelier's Principle
6. (6.B.2)  Disturbance To Equilibrium
7. (6.C.1)  Acid-Base Chemistry
8. (6.C.2)  Buffers
9. (6.C.3)  Solubility
10. (6.D.1)  Gibbs Free Energy And Thermal Energy