Earth to Mars

Chemistry II

Chemistry I and II are required courses for all degrees at almost all universities. It is a foundational science and the accompanying lab can be very rewarding. These courses offer great practical insight into the way the world works.

The prerequisites for this course are: Chemistry II

This course is a co- or prerequisite for: 

Book resources 

Section 17.1 - Neutralization Reactions

Section 17.2 - The Common-Ion Effect

Section 17.3 - Buffer Solutions

Section 17.4 - The Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation

Section 17.5 - pH Titration Curves

Section 17.6 - Strong Acid-Strong Base Titrations

Section 17.7 - Weak Acid-Strong Base Titrations

Section 17.8 - Weak Base-Strong Acid Titrations

Section 17.9 - Polyprotic Acid-Strong Base Titrations

Section 17.10 - Solubility Equilibria for Ionic Compounds

Section 17.11 - Measuring K_sp and Calculating Solubility from K_sp

Section 17.12 - Factors That Affect Solubility

Section 17.13 - Precipitation of Ionic Compounds

Section 17.14 - Separation of Ions by Selective Precipitation

Section 17.15 - Qualitative Analysis