   Tutorial Materials and Resources by Professor Gary L. Bertrand

 Improvement of Reading Speed and Retention: A Self-Study Program   Problem- Solving: Discussion       Exercises:   Review of Mathematical Skills:Self-Tests and Tutorials MathT's Simple Algebra Significant Digits Scientific Notation Significant Digits and Scientific Notation Prefixes and Multipliers: Multiplication, Division, and Roots in Scientific Notation:  Level 1 Multiplication, Division, and Roots in Scientific Notation:  Level 2 No-Frills Math for General Chemistry: logarithms and pH  New Chemical Names: Self-Tests and Tutorials Elements Ions Ionic Compounds Calculating Mass Percentage of an Element from Chemical Formula:  Self Testand Tutorial   Balancing Chemical Reactions: Minilesson   Balancing Chemical Reactions: Self-Test  Level I  Level 2  Level 3 Introduction to Stoichiometry: Interactive Exercise   Stoichiometry:Self-Tests and Tutorials  Level 1a: Simple Mole Ratios with Integral Amounts  Level 1b: Simple Mole Ratios with Fractional Amounts  Level 2a: Mole Ratios with Integral Amounts and Limiting Reagent  Level 2b: Mole Ratios with Fractional Amounts and Limiting Reagent Concentration Conversions:  Self-Test andTutorial Diluting Solutions of Strong Acid: Self-Test and Tutorial   Mixing Solutions of Strong Acid and Strong Base: Self-Test and Tutorial   Forming Lewis Structures of Simple Molecules and Ions: Self-Test and Tutorial   Oxidation States: Self-Test and Tutorial Gas Laws: Self-Tests and Tutorials Boyle's Law Problems Charles' Law Problems with Absolute Temperature Charles' Law Problems with Centigrade Temperatures Ideal Gas Simulation  by Kirk Haines, John Gelder, and Michael Abraham Oklahoma State Univ. Gas Phase Reactions - Pressure and Partial Pressures: Self-Tests and Tutorials Gas Phase Reactions - Equilibrium:  Self-Test and Tutorial Analogy to Chemical Equilibrium:  Tutorial and Simulation Reaction Quotient:  Discussion Reaction Quotient: Self-Tests Reaction Quotient II:  Self Tests LeChatelier's Principle: Discussion, Self-Test and Tutorial (NEW) Weak Acids and Bases: Self-Test and Tutorial   Solubility Product Constant (Ksp) Problems: Self-Tests and Tutorials  Level 1: Calculate Ksp from Solubility  Level 2: Calculate Solubility from Ksp  Level 3: Calculate Solubility from Ksp with Common Ions Electrochemistry: Self-Tests and Tutorials SIMULATED EXPERIMENTS: Statistical Analysis of Experimental Data Statistical Analysis of Weights and Volumes of Randomly-Selected Glass Beads Density and Buoyancy Weighing Gases Gas Laws  -  Simulated Experiment for Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Second Virial Coefficient Qualitative Analysis:  Cations Group I The Case of the Five Droppers the classic "five bottles" experiment Nuclear Decay and Neutron Activation Analysis Conductivity of Ionic Solutions Coffee-Cup Calorimeter Drop Calorimeter - Determination of Heat Capacity Bomb Calorimeter - Heats of Combustion Spectrophotometry Spectrophotometry - Guided Inquiry Colorimetry - Guided Inquiry Colorimetry - actual Experiment Iodine Clock Reaction Chemical Kinetics Surface Tension -Capillary Rise Method Discussions Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion (VSEPR) Dissolution Processes Buoyancy Effects Intermolecular Interactions Bomb Calorimeter Assembly and Operation Chemical Thermodynamics and Kinetics with Loren Hepler's Magic Jumping Beans Spectrophotometry How to Measure Color Energy, Entropy, and States of Matter Resources Allows weighting of data based on uncertainties in Y and/or X. Allows mathematical transformation of data with propagation of uncertainties.