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Test Standards

  1. (Chm.1.1.1.) Atoms, isotopes, and ions
  2. (Chm.1.1.2.) Electrons in atoms
  3. (Chm.1.1.3.) Emission spectra
  4. (Chm.1.1.4.) Half-life and radioactive decay
  1. (Chm.1.2.1.) Types of bonds
  2. (Chm.1.2.2.) Bonds and chemical formulas
  3. (Chm.1.2.3.) Particle forces
  4. (Chm.1.2.4.) Naming using IUPAC
  5. (Chm.1.2.5.) Properties of different bonds
  1. (Chm.1.3.1.) Components of periodic table
  2. (Chm.1.3.2.) Elements and properties
  3. (Chm.1.3.3.) Position in the Periodic Table
  1. (Chm.2.1.1.) Energy and phase change
  2. (Chm.2.1.2.) Heating and cooling curves
  3. (Chm.2.1.3.) Phase diagrams
  4. (Chm.2.1.4.) Specific heat capacity
  5. (Chm.2.1.5.) Gases temperature, volume, pressure
  1. (Chm.2.2.1.) Energy and chemical reactions
  2. (Chm.2.2.2.) Evidence chemical change
  3. (Chm.2.2.3.) Conservation of matter
  4. (Chm.2.2.4.) Stoichiometry
  5. (Chm.2.2.5.) Analyzing composition
  1. (Chm.3.1.1.) Rate of reaction
  2. (Chm.3.1.2.) Equilibrium
  3. (Chm.3.1.3.) Le Chatelier’s Principle
  1. (Chm.3.2.1. ) Classify acids and bases
  2. (Chm.3.2.2.) Properties of acids and bases
  3. (Chm.3.2.3.) Quantitative nature of solutions
  4. (Chm.3.2.4.) Properties of solutions.
  5. (Chm.3.2.5.) Solubility diagrams
  6. (Chm.3.2.6.) Solution process