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Course SummaryLet us help you prepare for the NY Regents Chemistry exam with our engaging review course. These short video lessons work as a comprehensive, flexible study guide you can access on any mobile device.
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In this course, you'll learn the answers to questions including:
- What kinds of lab equipment and measurements are used in chemistry?
- What do atomic numbers and mass numbers reveal about atoms and elements?
- How is the periodic table organized?
- How do you balance nuclear equations and calculate half life?
- What are the different types of chemical bonds?
- What are the distinguishing properties of gases, liquids and solids?
- How does the rate of dissolution work?
- How is stoichiometry used to measure the substances found in chemical reactions?
- What distinguishes acids from bases?
- What is the RICE table, and how is it used to perform equilibrium calculations?
- How does temperature affect the rate of chemical reactions?
- How do the different types of proteins compare to each other?
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