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Properties and States of Matter15%
Atomic Structure and Periodic Table15%
Bonding and Molecular Structure20%
Reactions and Stoichiometry25%
Behavior of gases5%
Acids and Bases3%
Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry2%
  • Questions: 2,230
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  • Instructional Videos: 104
  • Vocabulary Terms: 313

Test Standards

Properties and States of Matter
1. (SCI.C.1.1.2010)  Use Physical Properties To Differentiate Between Pure Substances And Mixtures.
2. (SCI.C.1.2.2010)  Physical, Chemical, Extensive, Or Intensive Properties.
3. (SCI.C.1.3.2010)  Recognize Observable Indicators Of Chemical Change.
4. (SCI.C.1.4.2010)  Describe Physical And Chemical Changes At The Molecular Level.
5. (SCI.C.1.5.2010)  Describe The Characteristics Of Solids, Liquids, And Gases.
6. (SCI.C.1.6.2010)  Explain And Apply The Law Of Conservation Of Mass As It Applies To Chemical Processes.
7. (SCI.C.1.7)  Density
Atomic Structure and Periodic Table
1. (SCI.C.2.1.2010)  Atomic Models
2. (SCI.C.2.2.2010)  Subatomic Particles And The Nucleus Of An Atom
3. (SCI.C.2.3.2010)  Atomic Structure Of Isotopes, Atomic And Mass Numbers
4. (SCI.C.2.4.2010)  Calculate The Average Atomic Mass Of An Element From Isotopic Abundance Data.
5. (SCI.C.2.5.2010)  Write Electron Configurations.
6. (SCI.C.2.6.2010)  The Periodic Table And Electron Configuration
7. (SCI.C.2.7.2010)  Compare Anad Contrast Nuclear Reactions With Chemical Reactions.
8. (SCI.C.2.8.2010)  Describe Fission And Fusion.
9. (SCI.C.2.9.2010)  Radioactive Decay And Half Life.
Bonding and Molecular Structure
1. (SCI.C.3.1.2010)  Compare And Contrast Ionic And Covalent Bonds.
2. (SCI.C.3.2.2010)  How Ionic And Covalent Compounds Form.
3. (SCI.C.3.3.2010)  Structural Formulas.
4. (SCI.C.3.4.2010)  Chemical Formulas And Ionic Compounds.
5. (SCI.C.3.5.2010)  Compare And Contrast Ionic, Covalent Network, Metallic, Polar, And Non-polar Crystals.
Reactions and Stoichiometry
1. (SCI.C.4.1.2010)  Predict Products Of The Four Simple Chemical Reactions.
2. (SCI.C.4.2.2010)  Balance Chemical Equations.
3. (SCI.C.4.3.2010)  The Mole Concept To Determine Number Of Moles And Number Of Particles.
4. (SCI.C.4.4.2010)  Quantities Of Reactants And Products In A Balanced Equation.
5. (SCI.C.4.5.2010)  Describe, Classify, And Give Examples Of Chemical Reactions.
6. (SCI.C.4.6.2010)  Oxidation States And Redox Reactions.
7. (SCI.C.4.7.2010)  Calculate The Composition Of Compounds And Mixtures.
Behavior of gases
1. (SCI.C.5.1.2010)  Gases And Kinetic Molecular Theory
2. (SCI.C.5.2.2010)  Ideal Gas Law
3. (SCI.C.5.3.2010)  Calculate The Volume Of A Gas.
1. (SCI.C.6.1.2010)  Thermal And Kinetic Energy Of Atoms And Molecules.
2. (SCI.C.6.2.2010)  Temperature And Heat Flow
3. (SCI.C.6.3.2010 )  Exothermic And Endothermic Reactions
4. (SCI.C.6.4.2010 )  Solve Problems Involving Heat Flow
1. (SCI.C.7.1.2010)  Describe The Composition And Properties Of Solutions
2. (SCI.C.7.2.2010)  Affecting The Solubility Of A Solute
3. (SCI.C.7.3.2010)  Concentration Of Solutions And Molarity
4. (SCI.C.7.4.2010)  Prepare A Specific Volume Of A Solution
5. (SCI.C.7.5.2010)  Factors That Influence The Rate Of Reaction
6. (SCI.C.7.6.2010)  Write Equilibrium Expressions For Reversible Reactions.
Acids and Bases
1. (SCI.C.8.1.2010)  Classify Acids And Bases.
2. (SCI.C.8.2.2010)  Describe The Characteristics Properties Of Acids And Bases.
3. (SCI.C.8.3.2010)  Dissociation And The Strength Of Acids And Bases
4. (SCI.C.8.4.2010)  Calculate PH
5. (SCI.C.8.5.2010)  Titration
Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
1. (SCI.C.9.1.2010)  Carbons Ability To Bond Covalently
2. (SCI.C.9.2.2010)  Variety Of Molecules Formed By Covalent Carbon Atoms