AP POWERPOINTS


AP POWERPOINTS


The AP PowerPoints are a new feature for the 2019-20. A few notes about them.

I do not use PowerPoints in any of my teaching, but many subscribers have been asking for them. As a result, I have partnered with a third party to produce them.

The PowerPoints do not form part of any subscription. There are a couple of reasons for this. I do not use them, so I don’t consider them part of the package that I promote and sell as ‘my AP program’. Secondly, the third part needs to be reimbursed for their work, so they have to be treated separately. As such, if you are already a subscriber, and you want access to these, here’s what you need to do.

  1. Click here and make a payment of any amount of your choosing, that reflects your perceived value of the slides, and ADDITIONALLY & IMPORTANTLY,
  2. Add a note to your payment that verifies the fact that you are already a subscriber.

If you are not already a subscriber, then the AP PowerPoints can be purchased as a separate item at a cost of $99 by clicking here. Please add a note to your payment that identifies your payment is for the PowerPoints.

In both cases (current subscribers and current non-subscribers), the PowerPoints will be added to your subscription manually once I receive the payment.

PLEASE NOTE: PowerPoints are being created and uploaded during August 2019. Check back on a daily basis to see additions, but please be patient as the process unfolds. Also, at least until that process is complete, the PowerPoints will remain UN-EDITABLE and they cannot be saved locally. However, there IS a workaround for this. You CAN print the PowerPoints as PDFs, and save THOSE. The PDFs can be scrolled through, slide by slide, as if they were PowerPoints, so that will give temporary ‘solution’.


UNIT 0: AP CHEMISTRY PREAMBLE

TOPIC 0A: Chemistry, Scientific Method and Chemical & Physical Change

TOPIC 0B: Measurement

TOPIC 0C: Atomic Theory

TOPIC 0D: Nomenclature


UNIT 1: ATOMS, ELEMENTS & PERIODICITY

TOPIC 1A: The Mole

TOPIC 1B: Isotopes and Mass Spectroscopy

TOPIC 1C: Empirical & Molecular Formula

TOPIC 1D: Pure & Impure

TOPIC 1E: Atoms & Electronic Configuration

TOPIC 1F: Photoelectron Spectroscopy

TOPIC 1G: Periodicity

TOPIC 1H: Formation of Ions


UNIT 2: CHEMICAL BONDING I

TOPIC 2A: Sliding Scale of Bond Type

TOPIC 2B: Covalent Bond Length & Strength

TOPIC 2C: The Ionic Lattice

TOPIC 2D: Metallic Bonding & Alloys

TOPIC 2E: Lewis Structures

TOPIC 2F: Resonance & Formal Charge

TOPIC 2G: VSEPR & Hybridization


UNIT 3: CHEMICAL BONDING II & GASES

TOPIC 3A: IMF’s & Ion-dipole Forces

TOPIC 3B: Types of Solids & Properties

TOPIC 3C: States of Matter

TOPIC 3D: Ideal Gases

TOPIC 3E: KMT

TOPIC 3F: Deviations from Ideal Behavior

TOPIC 3G: Solutions & Concentration

TOPIC 3H: Particulate Diagrams of Solutions

TOPIC 3I: Chromatography and Distillation

TOPIC 3J: Solubility of Solutes in Solvents

TOPIC 3K: Radiation’s Effect on Matter

TOPIC 3L: Photons

TOPIC 3M: Beer’s Law


UNIT 4: CHEMICAL REACTIONS

TOPIC 4A: Chemical & Physical Change

TOPIC 4B: Equations & Net Ionic Equations

TOPIC 4C: Particulate Representations of Equations

TOPIC 4D: Chemical & Physical Change in Terms of Bonds & Forces

TOPIC 4E: Stoichiometry

TOPIC 4F: Titrations I

TOPIC 4G: Types of Chemical Reaction

TOPIC 4H: Acid-Base Reactions

TOPIC 4I: REDOX Reactions


UNIT 5: CHEMICAL KINETICS

TOPIC 5A: Factors Affecting Rates

TOPIC 5B: Rate Laws

TOPIC 5C: Rates, Graphs & Half-Life

TOPIC 5D: Elementary Steps

TOPIC 5E: Collision Theory

TOPIC 5F: Energy Profiles I

TOPIC 5G: Mechanisms

TOPIC 5H: Mechanisms & Rate Law

TOPIC 5I: Intermediates in Rate Determining Steps

TOPIC 5J: Energy Profiles II

TOPIC 5K: Catalysts


UNIT 6: CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS I

TOPIC 6A: Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions

TOPIC 6B: Energy Diagrams

TOPIC 6C: Heat

TOPIC 6D: Calorimetry

TOPIC 6E: Heating & Cooling Curves

TOPIC 6F: Enthalpy

TOPIC 6G: Bond Enthalpy

TOPIC 6H: Enthalpy of Formation

TOPIC 6I: Hess’s Law


UNIT 7: CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM (08/00/2019 00:00 AM)

TOPIC 7A: Dynamic Equilibrium I

TOPIC 7B: Dynamic Equilibrium II

TOPIC 7C: Q & K

TOPIC 7D: Kc & Kp

TOPIC 7E: Large K & Small K

TOPIC 7F: Mathematical Manipulation of Q & K

TOPIC 7G: ICE Tables

TOPIC 7H: Particulate Representation of Equilibrium

TOPIC 7I: Le Châtelier’s Principle

TOPIC 7J: Q versus K and Equilibrium Shifts

TOPIC 7K: Ksp

TOPIC 7L: Common Ion Effect

TOPIC 7M: pH & Equilibrium Shifts

TOPIC 7N: ∆G°, ∆H°, ∆S° and Solubility


UNIT 8: ACID & BASE EQUILIBRIUM (08/00/2019 00:00 AM)

TOPIC 8A: pH, pOH & Kw

TOPIC 8B: Strong Acids & Bases

TOPIC 8C: Weak Acids & Bases, Ka & Kb

TOPIC 8D: Neutralization, and Partial Neutralization to create a Buffer

TOPIC 8E: Titrations II

TOPIC 8F: Structure of Acids & Bases

TOPIC 8G: pH of Buffers Relative to pKa

TOPIC 8H: Introduction to Buffers

TOPIC 8I: Henderson-Hasselbalch

TOPIC 8J: Capacity of Buffers


UNIT 9: CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS II (08/01/2019 00:00 AM)

TOPIC 9A: Entropy Intro

TOPIC 9B: Absolute Entropy & ∆S

TOPIC 9C: Gibb’s Free Energy & Thermodynamic Favorability

TOPIC 9D: Kinetic Control

TOPIC 9E: Relationship of ∆G° and K

TOPIC 9F: Coupling

TOPIC 9G: Electrochemistry I

TOPIC 9H: Electrochemistry II

TOPIC 9I: Electrochemistry J, non-standard conditions

TOPIC 9J: Quantitative Aspects of Electrolysis