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Chapter 1
Organic Compounds

Intro (pp.6-7)
Section 1.1 (pp. 8-10)
Section 1.2 (pp. 11-23)
Section 1.3 (pp. 24-31)
Section 1.4 (pp. 32-37)
Section 1.5 (pp. 38-48)
Section 1.6 (pp. 49-57)
Section 1.7 (pp. 58-68)
Section 1.8 (pp. 69-79)
Section 1.9 (pp. 80-83)
Summary (pp. 92-94)
Self-Quiz (p. 95)
Review (pp. 96-97)

Chapter 2
Polymers

Intro (pp.98-99)
Section 2.1 (pp. 100-107)
Section 2.2 (pp. 108-113)
Section 2.3 (pp. 114-116)
Section 2.4 (pp. 117-124)
Section 2.5 (pp. 125-128)
Section 2.6 (pp. 129-132)
Section 2.7 (pp. 133-136)
Summary (p. 144)
Self-Quiz (p. 145)
Review (pp. 146-147)
 
Chapter 3
Atomic Theories

Intro (pp.160-161)
Section 3.1 (pp. 162-166)
Section 3.2 (pp. 167-168)
Section 3.3 (pp. 169-173)
Section 3.4 (pp. 174-180)
Section 3.5 (pp. 181-184)
Section 3.6 (pp. 185-198)
Section 3.7 (pp. 199-202)
Section 3.8 (pp. 203-206)
Summary (p. 218)
Self-Quiz (p. 219)
Review (pp. 220-221)
 
Chapter 4
Chemical Bonding

Intro (pp.222-223)
Section 4.1 (pp. 224-230)
Section 4.2 (pp. 231-241)
Section 4.3 (pp. 242-250)
Section 4.4 (pp. 251-256)
Section 4.5 (pp. 257-267)
Section 4.6 (pp. 268-274)
Summary (p. 280)
Self-Quiz (p. 281)
Review (pp. 282-283)
 
 Lab Activities
Preparation of Ethyne (p. 84)
Comparison of 3 Isomers of Butanol (pp. 84-85)
Trends in Properties of Alcohols (pp. 85-86)
Properties of Carboxylic Acids (pp. 87-88)
Synthesis of Esters (p. 89)
Molecular Models to Illustrate Reactions (p. 90)
Preparation of an Ester - Aspirin (pp. 90-91)

  Lab Activities
Identification of Plastics (p. 138-140)
Making Guar Gum Slime (pp. 140-141)
Preparation of Polyester (pp. 141-142)
Making Soap (p. 143)
 Lab Activities
The Nature of Cathode Rays (p. 209)
Rutherford's Gold Foil Experiment (p. 210)
Hot Solids (p. 210)
Photoelectric Effect (pp. 211-212)
Line Spectra (pp. 212-213)
The Hydrogen Spectra (pp. 213-214)
Paramagnetism (pp. 214-215)
Quantitative Paramagnetism (pp. 215-216)
Modelling Standing Wave Patterns (p. 216)
Simulation of Electron Orbitals (p. 217)

 Lab Activities
Shapes of Molecules (p. 277)
Testing for Polar Molecules (pp. 277-278)
Boiling Points/Intermolecular Forces(p. 278)
Hydrogen Bonding (p. 279)
Classifying Mystery Solids (p. 279)
 
Chapter 5
Thermochemistry

Intro (pp.296-297)
Section 5.1 (pp. 298-305)
Section 5.2 (pp. 306-312)
Section 5.3 (pp. 313-319)
Section 5.4 (pp. 322-330)
Section 5.5 (pp. 331-340)
Section 5.6 (pp. 341-346)
Summary (p. 354)
Self-Quiz (p. 355)
Review (pp. 356-357) 
Chapter 6
Chemical Kinetics

Intro (pp.358-359)
Section 6.1 (pp. 360-366)
Section 6.2 (pp. 367-371)
Section 6.3 (pp. 372-381)
Section 6.4 (pp. 383-391)
Section 6.5 (pp. 392-400)
Summary (p. 406)
Self-Quiz (p. 407)
Review (pp. 408-409) 
Chapter 7
Chemical Systems in Equilibrium

Intro (pp.422-423)
Section 7.1 (pp. 424-438)
Section 7.2 (pp. 439-449)
Section 7.3 (pp. 450-460)
Section 7.4 (pp. 461-462)
Section 7.5 (pp. 463-481)
Section 7.6 (pp. 482-493)
Section 7.7 (pp. 494-512)
Summary (pp. 520-521)
Self-Quiz (p. 522)
Review (pp. 523-525) 

Chapter 8
Acid-Base Systems

Intro (pp.526-527)
Section 8.1 (pp. 528-550)
Section 8.2 (pp. 551-580)
Section 8.3 (pp. 581-594)
Section 8.4 (pp. 595-614)
Section 8.5 (pp. 615-620)
Summary (p. 630)
Self-Quiz (p. 631)
Review (pp. 632-633) 
 Lab Activities
Medical Cold Packs (pp. 347-348)
Molar Enthalpy (pp. 348-349)
Combustion of Alcohols (pp. 349-350)
Hess's Law (pp. 351-352)
Testing Enthalpies of Formation (pp. 352-353)
 Lab Activities
Determining Rate of Reaction (p. 401)
Chemical Kinetics/Factors Affecting Rate (p. 402)
The Iodine Clock Reaction (pp. 403-404)
The Sulfur Clock (pp. 404-405)
Catalysts in Industry and Biochemical Systems (p. 405) 
 Lab Activities
Extent of a Chemical Reaction (p. 513)
Develop an Equilibrium Law (p. 514)
LeChatelier's Principle (pp. 514-517)
Ksp of Calcium Oxalate (pp. 517-518)
Ksp of Calcium Hydroxide (p. 519)

 Lab Activities
pH of Common Substances (p. 626)
The pH of Salt Solutions (p. 627)
Quantitative Titration (pp. 627-629)
Buffer Action (p. 629)

Periodic Table of Elements 
Periodic Table of Elements (printable)
Chapter 9
Electric Cells

Intro (pp.650-651)
Section 9.1 (pp. 652-663)
Section 9.2 (pp. 664-673)
Section 9.3 (pp. 674-684)
Section 9.4 (pp. 685-694)
Section 9.5 (pp. 695-709)
Section 9.6 (pp. 710-714)
Summary (p. 724)
Self-Quiz (p. 725)
Review (pp. 726-727) 

Chapter 10
Electrolytic Cells

Intro (pp.728-729)
Section 10.1 (pp. 730-736)
Section 10.2 (pp. 737-746)
Section 10.3 (pp. 747-753)
Summary (p. 758)
Self-Quiz (p. 759)
Review (pp. 760-761) 
Appendix
Lab Safety (pp. 790-795)
Reference Materials (pp. 796-804)
Chemistry 11 Review (pp. 805-815)
Textbook Answers (pp. 816-819)
Glossary (pp. 820-827)
   Lab Activities
Single Displacement Reactions (p. 715)
Oxidation States of Vanadium (p. 716)
Spontaneity of Redox Reactions
(pp. 716-717)

Building a Redox Table (pp. 717-718)
Developing an Electric Cell (p. 719)
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Characteristics (p. 720)
Galvanic Cell Design (p.721)
Investigating Galvanic Cells (p.722)
The Corrosion of Iron (p.723)

 Lab Activities
A Potassium Iodide Electrolytic Cell
(pp. 754-755)

Investigating Several Electrolytic Cells
(pp. 755-756)

Investigating an Electrolytic Cell
(pp. 756-757) 



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