AP CHEMISTRY 2: Big Ideas 4, 5, 6

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“Edvantage Science AP Chemistry 1 and 2 are really the culmination of nearly three decades of what I’ve determined as the best way to deliver the content of the Advanced Placement curriculum to my students. The Redesign of science and other subjects in AP courses is a response to educational studies such as the National Science Foundation’s “Lab Report to the Nation” among others. Such studies simply emphasize the importance of something I’ve always felt was important – a focus on the students’ construction of the important content and process related to the course they are taking”. Cheri Smith, Yale Secondary

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 Table of Contents

1 Reaction Kinetics

1.1 Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions

1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reaction

1.3 Collision Theory **NEW**

1.4 Rate Laws From Experimental Data

1.5 Potential Energy Diagrams

1.6 Integrated Rate Laws and Half Life **NEW**

1.7 Reaction Mechanisms, Catalysis and Rate Laws **NEW**

2 Chemical Equilibrium

2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

2.2 Le Châtelier’s Principle

2.3 How Equilibria Respond to Volume and Temperature Changes

2.4 Entropy Change versus Enthalpy Change

2.5 The Equilibrium Constant

2.6 Equilibrium Problems **NEW**

3 Thermodynamics

3.1 Entropy **NEW**

3.2 Free Energy **NEW**

3.3 Free Energy and Equilibrium **NEW**

4 Solubility Equilibrium

4.1 The Concept of Solubility

4.2 Qualitative Analysis — Identifying Unknown Ions

4.3 The Solubility Product Constant Ksp 1

4.4 Precipitation Formation and the Solubility Product Ksp

5 Acid-Base Equilibrium

5.1 Identifying Acids and Bases

5.2 The Strengths of Acids and Bases **NEW**

5.3 The Ionization of Water

5.4 pH and pOH

5.5 Calculations Involving Ka and Kb

6 Applications of Acid-Base Reactions

6.1 Hydrolysis of Salts — The Reactions of Ions with Water

6.2 The Chemistry of Buffers

6.3 Acid-Base Titrations — Analyzing with Volume

6.4 A Closer Look at Titrations

6.5 Non-metal and Metal Oxides in Water

7 Oxidation-Reduction and Its Applications

7.1 Oxidation-Reduction

7.2 Balancing Oxidation-Reduction Equations

7.3 Using the Standard Reduction Potential (SRP) Table to Predict Redox Reactions

7.4 The Electrochemical Cell **NEW**

7.5 The Electrolytic Cell

7.6 The Stoichiometry of Electrochemistry – Faraday’s Constant and the Return of Free Energy **NEW**

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