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CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate Teacher's Edition

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
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  • 1.

    Introduction to Chemistry

    The CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate Teacher's Edition complements the CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate FlexBook® textbook covering an introduction into the world of chemistry - its history and disciplines, the scientific method, theories, and communication.

  • 2.

    Matter and Change

    The CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate Teacher's Edition complements the CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate FlexBook® textbook covering properties, classification, and changes of matter.

  • 3.


    The CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate Teacher's Edition complements the CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate FlexBook® textbook covering units of measurement, conversion between units of measurement, and accuracy and percent error in measurement.

  • 4.

    Atomic Structure

    The CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate Teacher's Edition complements the CK-12 Chemistry - Intermediate FlexBook® textbook covering atoms, atomic theory, structures, models, isotopes, and atomic mass.

  • 5.

    Electrons in Atoms

    This chapter covers the behavior of light, quantization of energy, and the Bohr model of the atom. It also explains the modern quantum mechanical model of the atom, quantum numbers, orbitals, and electron configurations.

  • 6.

    The Periodic Table

    This chapter covers the historical development of the periodic table and its essential organizing principles. It relates the table to electron configurations and examines trends in certain physical properties that exist within periods and groups.

  • 7.

    Chemical Nomenclature

    This chapter covers the system of naming and writing formulas for inorganic compounds including ionic compounds, molecular compounds, and acids and bases.

  • 8.

    Ionic and Metallic Bonding

    This chapter covers the basics of electron dot diagrams, the formation of ions by metals and nonmetals and the octet rule. It also covers ionic bonds, ionic compounds, and metallic bonding.

  • 9.

    Covalent Bonding

    This chapter covers Lewis electron dot structures, valence-shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR) theory and molecular geometry, bond and molecular polarity, intermolecular forces, valence bond theory, and hybridization of atomic orbitals.

  • 10.

    The Mole

    This chapter covers the Avogadro’s number, the mole, and molar mass. It covers calculations involving moles, mass, gas volume, and number of representative particles. It also covers percent composition, empirical formulas, and molecular formulas.

  • 11.

    Chemical Reactions

    This chapter covers the writing and balancing of chemical equations. It also covers the five general types of chemical reactions: combination, decomposition, single-replacement, double-replacement, and combustion.

  • 12.


    This chapter covers mole ratios, stoichiometry and stoichiometric calculations, including mass-mass, volume-volume, and mass-volume calculations. It also covers limiting reactants and percent yield problems.

  • 13.

    States of Matter

    This chapter covers the kinetic-molecular theory, gases, gas pressure, liquids, vapor pressure, solids, changes of state, and phase diagrams.

  • 14.

    The Behavior of Gases

    This chapter covers the properties of gases, the gas laws, ideal gases and real gases, the ideal gas law, gas mixtures, and relative speeds of gas molecules.

  • 15.


    This chapter covers the structure and properties of water, aqueous solutions, colloids, and suspensions. It covers the process of dissolving and the dissociation of ionic compounds into ions.

  • 16.


    This chapter covers types of solutions, dissolving rate, solubility, solution concentration, dilution, colligative properties, and net ionic equations.

  • 17.


    This chapter covers thermochemistry, heat flow, specific heat, thermochemical equations, enthalpy, heat and changes of state, and Hess’s law.

  • 18.


    This chapter covers chemical kinetics, the rates of chemical reactions. Topics include collision theory, potential energy diagrams, activation energy, rate laws, factors affecting reaction rate, catalysts, and reaction mechanisms.

  • 19.


    This chapter covers the nature of chemical equilibrium and the calculation and use of equilibrium constants. It also covers LeChâtelier’s principle, solubility equilibrium, and the common ion effect.

  • 20.

    Entropy and Free Energy

    This chapter covers entropy as a driving force for reactions. It also covers spontaneous reactions, free energy, and the relationship of free energy change to the equilibrium constant.

  • 21.

    Acids and Bases

    This chapter covers the properties of acids and bases, including the Arrhenius, Brønsted-Lowry, and Lewis theories. It also covers pH, acid and base ionization constants, neutralization reactions and titrations, and hydrolysis of salts.

  • 22.

    Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

    This chapter covers oxidation and reduction (redox) reactions, corrosion, oxidation numbers, and balancing redox reactions by both the oxidation-number change method and the half-reaction method.

  • 23.


    This chapter covers electrochemistry and electrochemical cells, including voltaic cells, cell potentials, and electrolysis and electrolytic cells.

  • 24.

    Nuclear Chemistry

    This chapter covers radioactivity, nuclear stability and radioactive decay processes. It further covers half-life, fission, fusion and modern aspects and health effects of radiation.

  • 25.

    Organic Chemistry

    This chapter covers hydrocarbons, including alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, cyclic hydrocarbons, aromatic compounds, types of isomers, organic functional groups, and organic reactions.

  • 26.


    This chapter covers biomolecules including carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides, proteins, enzymes, lipids, triglycerides, phospholipids, waxes and nucleic acids.

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