AP POWERPOINTS


AP POWERPOINTS


The AP PowerPoints are a new feature for the 2019-20 academic year. 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. You can download a sample, here.

The PowerPoints do not form part of any subscription. There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly, 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 party 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 alerts me to the fact that you are already a subscriber.

Your access to the PowerPoints will last as long as your OTHER, main subscription is active.

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


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


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


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 & ELECTROCHEMISTRY


TOPIC 9A: Entropy Intro

TOPIC 9B: Absolute Entropy & ∆S

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

TOPIC 9D: Kinetic Control

TOPIC 9E: Relationship between ∆G° and K

TOPIC 9F: Coupling

TOPIC 9G: Electrochemistry I

TOPIC 9H: Electrochemistry II

TOPIC 9I: Electrochemistry III, non-standard conditions

TOPIC 9J: Quantitative Aspects of Electrolysis