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Ch 2: Inorganic Chemistry Review for Biology

About This Chapter

This chapter contains lessons that will help you review chemistry topics that are relevant to a biology course. You'll learn about the parts of an atom and their function as well as how chemical bonds work.

Inorganic Chemistry Review for Biology - Chapter Summary

Before embarking on a biology course, it's a good idea to review some basic concepts from chemistry that will come up when studying biology. This chapter contains several online lessons that you can review to go over important chemistry topics including the definition of an atom and chemical processes such as osmosis. Each lesson included here will provide you with a basic overview of a topic from inorganic chemistry that will help during any biology lesson.

Our lesson instructors have unique expertise in these areas, and have constructed each lesson to make sure that high school and college students have no difficulty navigating these topics. The chapter also offers practice quizzes in each lesson--as well as a final chapter exam--to help you review the major points from the lessons. You also have the option of messaging the lesson instructors directly should you wish to get further clarification on specific points. You can use your personal Dashboard to track your learning progress as you complete each lesson. When you finish the chapter, you will have a thorough understanding of:

  • How an atom is structured
  • What electron shells are
  • How chemical bonds work
  • What osmosis, diffusion and saturation are

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