This course is designed to be the second high school chemistry course that a student takes. In order to take this course, then, the student must already have had one year of high school chemistry. When added to that first year course, this course "fills in the gaps," giving the student the equivalent of the first year of college chemistry. You might have heard this kind of course called an "advanced placement" or "AP" course. (Note: Advanced Placement, Advanced Placement Program, and AP are registered trademarks of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, this product.)
In addition to a first year of chemistry, the student needs to have completed Algebra 2.
The course covers detailed descriptions of:
- Limiting-reagent stoichiometry
- Atomic and molecular orbitals
- Intermolecular forces
- Acids and bases
- Redox reactions
- Nuclear chemistry
- Organic chemistry
Challenging but understandable, your student will be at the top of his university chemistry class after taking this course.
2 volume set, in 3-ring binders:
The first book is the student text, which contains all student material, on-your-own questions and solutions, laboratory exercises, and review questions and practice problems. B&W illustrations and diagrams.
The second book is the solutions and tests manual, which contains answers to the review questions and practice problems, tests and test solutions. B&W.