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  • Performance Tasks 210
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Test Standards

  1. (1.1) Moles and Molar Mass
  2. (1.2) Mass Spectroscopy of Elements
  3. (1.3) Elemental Composition of Pure Substances
  4. (1.4) Composition of Mixtures
  5. (1.5) Atomic Structure and Electron Configuration
  6. (1.6) Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  7. (1.7) Periodic Trends
  8. (1.8) Valence Electrons and Ionic Compounds
  1. (2.1) Types of Chemical Bonds
  2. (2.2) Intramolecular Force and Potential Energy
  3. (2.3) Structure of Ionic Solids
  4. (2.4) Structure of Metals and Alloys
  5. (2.5) Lewis Diagrams
  6. (2.6) Resonance and Formal Charge
  7. (2.7) VSEPR and Bond Hybridization
  1. (3.1) Intermolecular Forces
  2. (3.2) Properties of Solids
  3. (3.3) Solids, Liquids, and Gases
  4. (3.4/3.6) Ideal Gas Law and Deviations
  5. (3.5) Kinetic Molecular Theory
  6. (3.7) Solutions and Mixtures
  7. (3.8) Representations of Solutions
  8. (3.9) Separation of Solutions and Mixtures Chromatography
  9. (3.10) Solubility
  10. (3.11) Spectroscopy and the Electromagnetic Spectrum
  11. (3.12/3.13) Photoelectric Effect/Beer-Lambert Law
  1. (4.1) Introduction for Reactions
  2. (4.2) Net Ionic Equations
  3. (4.3) Representations of Reactions
  4. (4.4) Physical and Chemical Changes
  5. (4.5) Stoichiometry
  6. (4.6 ) Introduction to Titration
  7. (4.7) Types of Chemical Reactions
  8. (4.8) Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions
  9. (4.9) Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions
  1. (5.1) Reaction Rates
  2. (5.2) Introduction to Rate Law
  3. (5.3) Concentration Changes Over Time
  4. (5.4) Elementary Reactions
  5. (5.5) Collision Model
  6. (5.6) Reaction Energy Profile
  7. (5.7) Introduction to Reaction Mechanisms
  8. (5.8) Reaction Mechanism and Rate Law
  9. (5.9) Steady-State Approximation
  10. (5.10) Multistep Reaction Energy Profile
  11. (5.11) Catalysis
  1. (6.1) Endothermic and Exothermic Processes
  2. (6.2) Energy Diagrams
  3. (6.3) Heat Transfer and Thermal Equilibrium
  4. (6.4) Heat Capacity and Calorimetry
  5. (6.5 ) Energy of Phase Changes
  6. (6.6) Introduction to Enthalpy of Reaction
  7. (6.7) Bond Enthalpies
  8. (6.8) Enthalpy of Formation
  9. (6.9) Hess’s Law
  1. (7.1) Introduction to Equilibrium
  2. (7.2) Direction of Reversible Reactions
  3. (7.3) Reaction Quotient and Equilibrium Constant
  4. (7.4) Calculating the Equilibrium Constant
  5. (7.5) Magnitude of the Equilibrium Constant
  6. (7.6) Properties of the Equilibrium Constant
  7. (7.7) Calculating Equilibrium Concentrations
  8. (7.8) Representations of Equilibrium
  9. (7.9) Introduction to Le Châtelier’s Principle
  10. (7.10 ) Reaction Quotient and Le Châtelier’s Principle
  11. (7.11) Introduction to Solubility Equilibria
  12. (7.12) Common-Ion Effect
  13. (7.13) pH and Solubility
  14. (7.14) Free Energy of Dissolution
  1. (8.1) Introduction to Acids and Bases
  2. (8.2) pH and pOH of Strong Acids and Bases
  3. (8.3) Weak Acid and Base Equilibria
  4. (8.4) Acid-Base Reactions and Buffers
  5. (8.5) Acid-Base Titrations
  6. (8.6) Molecular Structure of Acids and Bases
  7. (8.7) pH and pKa
  8. (8.8) Properties of Buffers
  9. (8.9/8.10) Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation/Buffer Capacity
  1. (9.1) Introduction to Entropy
  2. (9.2) Absolute Entropy and Entropy Change
  3. (9.3) Gibbs Free Energy and Thermodynamic Favorability
  4. (9.4 ) Thermodynamic and Kinetic Control
  5. (9.5) Free Energy and Equilibrium
  6. (9.6) Coupled Reactions
  7. (9.7) Galvanic (Voltaic) and Electrolytic Cells
  8. (9.8/9.9) Cell Potential and Free Energy/Nonstandard Conditions
  9. (9.10) Electrolysis and Faraday’s Law

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