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Upcoming Tests (Test 4)

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Here is some information about tests upcoming in CHM 110 and CHM 111.

CHM 110 Section 1 (M/M lecture)

Section 1’s fourth CHM 110 test will be given on Wednesday, April 26th, at 11:00 AM.  Since this day is normally our lab day, the test will be given in the lab room, 5402.

CHM 110 Section 2 (3:30P MW lecture)

Section 2’s fourth CHM 110 test will be given on Wednesday, April 26th, at our normal lecture time and in our normal lecture room.

CHM 110 Section 3 (9:30A MW lecture)

Section 3’s fourth CHM 110 test will be given on Wednesday, April 26th, at our normal lecture time and in our normal lecture room.

CHM 111

The fourth CHM 111 test will be given on Tuesday, April 25th, at our normal lecture time and in our normal lecture room.  Test 4 will cover Chapter 16 – weak acids, weak bases, salts, buffers, and indicators.

I will update this post with more information as the tests draw closer.

Tutoring update

From our success center tutor:

Good news! I am back tutoring for the reminder of the semester. Hours next week are Wednesday 9 am to 12:30pm and Thursday 10 am to 5:00 pm. Note that is just April 19th and 20th. On Thursday I will be focusing on review for the Final Exam.

The following week, my hours will be Monday April 24th, 2pm – 5:30pm, Wednesday April 26th 9 am – 12:30, Thursday TBA.

I apologize for the break in service and glad to be back.

CHM 111 01: Board notes for 04/20/2017

Here are today’s CHM 111 notes for section 1 (TTH 9:30 AM lecture).  These notes discuss buffers and indicators.

[CHM 111 01: 04/20/2017 notes]

Here’s a practice set for acid, base, and salt pH calculations.  You may need to use your textbook to look up ionization constants.

[CHM 111 01: Acids, bases, and salts practice]

Here are the answers to the practice set.

[CHM 111 01: Acids, bases, and salts practice – ANSWERS]

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