Chemistry 2 - Final Review

The College Credit Final is coming, YOU can do it!!

Office hours:

You can contact me Monday from 3 - 5 pm by email or text or Tuesday from 3:45 - 5:45pm I'll be in my room or you can email or text.


This review should take you approximately 80 minutes to complete.

Lesson Objectives Covered by our Final:

  • Describe the nature of physical and chemical properties and changes of matter.
  • Compare and contrast states of matter at the molecular level.
  • Describe how the properties and arrangements of the subatomic particles contribute to the structures of atoms.
  • Describe how the structure of the periodic table reflects the numbers of electrons and protons and the configuration of electrons in an atom.
  • Describe how the configuration of electrons within an atom determines its interactions with other atoms.
  • Describe the attractive forces among molecules and their effect on chemical and physical properties.
  • Use balanced chemical equations and the mole concept to determine the quantities of reactants and products.
  • Using the kinetic molecular theory, describe and explain the behavior of ideal gases.
  • Using the ideal gas equation of state PV = nRT, examine the relationship among the number of moles, volume, pressure and temperature for ideal gases.
  • Recognize that chemical reactions result in either the release or absorption of energy.
  • Apply the law of conservation of energy
  • Describe the composition and characteristics of solutions.
  • Identify the factors that qualitatively affect solubility, reaction rates and dynamic equilibrium.

Introduction and Instruction


Here are flash cards with definitions and example problems with explanations of the answers. There is a link on the page that will allow you to add the app to your phone if you like.

In case you have misplaced the list of topics that will be covered on the exam, you can find that document here.


This is a practice test from the University of Kentucky for their C105 class. While this test may not include all of the material that will be on your final (This final has 30 questions, your final has 70 questions and you are allowed 110 minutes. It should still give you a good indication of how much you need to review before the test. Make sure you do both


A and part B below. You will receive points for completing this assignment. Please still take it seriously and do your best.


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Practice Final part A

Practice Final part B


Make sure you look through the list of topics we have covered this year. Here are several websites and videos that touch on older topics or ones that were more troublesome.

More information on bond hybridization, sigma and pi bonds from Kahn Academy.

Hess' Law and Heat of formation.


Strong and Weak electrolytes.

Practice determining oxidation states.

How to calculate enthalpy of combustion.

Quantum numbers and practice problems from Purdue.

Molecular geometry tutorial (VSPER) from PBS.

Calculating bond energies tutorial.