080. Preparation for General Chemistry
These files are
provided for students in Chemistry 080 lecture at Pima Community College.
These are pdf files and require Adobe Acrobat Reader (downloaded free from the Adobe web site)
080 Syllabus for Spring 2011
Notes on metric system, chemical
symbols, formulas, nomenclature, chemical equations, and more will be
found in the General Chem Survival Manual
Reference Material: Note: Links to other web sites may be changed without notice
The Periodic Table This is a link to the Web Elements Periodic Table by Mark Winter, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Sheffield. Probably the best periodic table on the Internet, it provides a wealth of information about the elements.
Visual Elements Periodic Table This is a link to the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) interactive periodic table. Elements can be highlighted by their groups, blocks and periods. There is an abundance of information about each element and it will continue to evolve with additional information.
ChemSpider ChemSpider links together compound information across the web, providing free text and structure search access of millions of chemical structures. With an abundance of additional property information, tools to curate and use the data, and integration to a multitude of other online services, ChemSpider is the richest single source of structure-based chemistry information available online. ChemSpider is provided free by the Royal Society of Chemistry
Chemistry Add-in for Word This is a free download from Microsoft Research for Word 2007 or Word 2010. This makes it easier to to insert and modify chemical information, such as labels, formulas, and 2-D depictions, within Microsoft Office Word
Graphing with Excel A LabWrite Resources tutorial on graphing from NC State University
Course Notes These are PDF versions of some PowerPoint Presentations used in class
Notes on Nuclear Chemistry
Notes on Organic Chemistry
Chemistry Videos for Review of Topics
Khan Academy provides a number of videos on various subjects at no cost on YouTube. They are a not-for-profit organization with a mission of providing information. (They do ask for donations) The chemistry videos cover most of the topics for a high school or first-year college chemistry course. The videos are essentially lectures of up to about 15 minutes in length with limited notes being written on a black screen as one would write on a blackboard with some occasional pictures or tables. These were recommended by a student. I have only viewed portions of some videos.