This is an audio recording of the three day review for AP Chemistry in Hafalia's class. This covers Chapter 1-4, 10-13, and 6-9 notes, and it was recorded during Periods 2/3. Thank you.
0:00 - start of day 1 (intro/class schedule for the rest of the week and finals)
5:06 - chapter 1: introduction: matter and measurement
16:24 - chapter 2: atoms, molecules, and ions
22:18 - break (includes hafalia's recording of the winter concert from 12/10/19; in stereo)
30:15 - announcements (if you can hear them)
36:12 - chapter 3: chemical reactions and reaction stoichiometry
42:13 - chapter 4: reactions in aqueous solution
47:36 - end of day 1
48:06 - start of day 2 (class finals/lab schedule)
50:00 - chapter 10: gases
1:02:38 - chapter 11: liquids and intermolecular forces
1:03:19 - break (includes piano interlude/musical performances & pov situations)
1:11:18 - announcements (you can't hear them)
1:11:38 - tennyson's musical performance
1:15:31 - we return to chapter 11 notes
1:22:20 - chapter 12: solids and modern materials
1:25:31 - chapter 13: properties of solutions
1:32:06 - end of day 2
1:32:18 - start of day 3
1:32:37 - chapter 6: electronic structure of atoms
1:36:56 - AMBER ALERT
1:41:55 - chapter 7: periodic properties of the elements
1:47:41 - chapter 8: basic concepts of chemical bonding & chapter 9: molecular geometry & bonding theories
1:57:27 - end of day 3
// LECTURE POWERPOINT LINK: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1a8-0iz7fdFR9f2qybS45jpe_YOyPC5oH?usp=sharing - you have to use your esuhsd account to access bc idk if the files should be public, but if you want access and you aren't in esuhsd just contact us somehow
// Special thank you to James F. Kirby of Quinnipiac University at Hamden, CT for producing the powerpoints used in classroom instruction and to Pearson Education, Inc. for creating the textbook we use.
// Date Recorded: Wednesday 12/11/19, Thursday 12/12/19, & Monday 12/16/19
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