General Chemistry 2 Review Study Guide – IB, AP, & College Chem Final Exam

General Chemistry 2 Review Study Guide - IB, AP, & College Chem Final Exam

General Chemistry 2 Review Study Guide – IB, AP, & College Chem Final Exam

This general chemistry 2 final exam ap, ib, & college chem review video tutorial contains many examples and practice problems in the form of a multiple choice practice test. It has about 40 out of 150 test bank problems in the form of a standardized final exam that will help study for your next test. Feel free to use this video as an study guide / online course. It provides the concepts, solutions, as well as the equations and formulas that you need to pass your chemistry class. This video provides a nice overview of Gen Chem 2.

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Here is a list of topics:
1. Chemical Kinetics – Calculating the average rate of appearance and disappearance.
2. How To Find The Rate Law Expressions, Order of Reactants, and the Rate Constant K including units
3. Zero, First, and Second Order Reactions
4. Calculating The Final Concentration of a Zero Order Reaction
5. Calculating The Rate Constant K For a Second Order Reaction Using Half Life
6. How To Calculate The Activation Energy Given The Rate Constant K and Temperature
7. Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Particles. Positron, Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons – How To Identify the Missing Element.
8. First Order Half Life Decay Practice Problems
9. How To Calculate Kp from Kc
10. Hess Law Equilibrium Constant K
11. Calculating Kp from Partial Pressure
12. Chemical Equilibrium and ICE Tables
13. How To Determine If The Reaction Will Shift To The Left or Right Using The Reaction Quotient Q
14. Le Chatelier’s Principle – Concentration, Pressure, Volume and Temperature Changes – Effect on the System
15. How To Identify Strong and Weak Acids
16. Acidic, Basic, and Neutral Salts
17. How To Calculate the pH of a weak Acid HC2H3O2, a weak base NaF, and a buffer solution
18. How To Identify a Buffer Solution, Acid Base Titrations
19. How To Identify a Lewis Acid
20. Ksp Equilibrium Expression and Molar Solubility
21. Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions – Solubility Product Constant
22. How To Determine the sign of entropy or delta S from a reaction.
23. Thermodynamics – Gibbs free energy, enthalpy and entropy
24. Spontaneous at low high or at all temperatures
25. How To Calculate delta G from Equilibrium Constant K
26. Spontaneous vs Nonspontaneous reactions
27. Anode vs Cathode – Oxidation vs Reduction
28. How To Balance Redox Reactions In acidic and Basic Conditions
29. delta G and Cell Potential – Faraday’s Constant G = -nFE
30. Nonstandard delta G and Cell Potential
31. pH and pOH of solution at the equivalence point
32. pH of solution before, during, and after a titration
33. Weak acid strong base titration vs strong acid weak base titration
34. How To Select Indicator Using pH and pKa
35. Henderson Hasselbach Buffer Equation
36. How To Calculate the Boiling Point Using delta H and S
37. Equilibrium Problems, ICe Table, Quadratic Equations
38. How To Calculate Ksp and Molar Solubility in g/L – common ion effect
39. Le Chatelier’s Principle – Acids and Bases, Ksp, delta G and Cell Potential

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45 Responses to “General Chemistry 2 Review Study Guide – IB, AP, & College Chem Final Exam”

  1. Seitoku says:

    "Now… I feel like I can change everything!"
    – Uzumaki Naruto

  2. John Gatti says:

    I passed, thanks!

  3. DownwardSpy 107 says:

    Everyone in the comments: I'm studying for an exam.
    Me: Watching leisurely for no reason in summer.

  4. Beck B says:

    Exam tomorrow morning, I'm gonna die.

  5. Jose Vasquez says:

    I wish I had a professor like you! Thank you so much!

  6. Malaika Buendia says:

    who else got their exam at 7am tmrw!

  7. Nicodemus Uringi says:

    This guy say there is another 7 hour review with 141 questions 😂😂😂

  8. Scheme • says:

    (Copied for easier access)
    1. The average rate of appearance of [NH3] is 0.0215 M/s. Determine the average rate of disappearance of [H2] 2:45

    2. Which of the statements shown below is correct given the following rate law expression 5:05

    3. Use the following experimental data to determine the rate law expression and the rate constant K for the following chemical equation 7:55

    4. Which of the following will give a straight line plot in the graph of ln[A] versus time 18:25

    5. Which of the following units of the rate constant K corresponds to a first order reaction 24:22

    6.The initial concentration of a reactant is 0.453 M for a zero order reaction. Calculate the final concentration of the reactant after 64.4 seconds if the rate constant K is 0.00137 M/s 29:34

    7. The initial concentration of a reactant is 0.738 M for a zero order reaction. The rate constant K is 0.0352 M/min. Calculate the time it takes for the final concentration to decrease to 0.255 M 23:00

    8. Calculate the rate constant K for a second order reaction if the half life is 243 seconds. The initial concentration of the reactant is 0.325 M 33:56

    9. A reaction has a rate constant of 1.46 * 10^-3 s^-1 at 298 K and 4.33 * 10^-2 s^-1 at 421 K. Calculate the activation energy of this reaction. 36:38

    10. Which of the following particles is equivalent to an electron? 42:04

    11.Identify the missing element. 43:55

    12. The half-life of Cs-137 is 30 years. Calculate the rate constant K for the first order decomposition of isotope Cs-137. 45:02

    13. The half life of Iodine-131 is about 8.03 days. How long will it take for a 200.0 g sample to decay to 25 g? 45:56

    14.Which of the following shows the correct equilibrium expression for the reaction shown below? 49:08

    15.Calculate Kp for the following reaction at 298k. Kc = 2.42 * 10^ -2. 50:18

    16.Use the information below to calculate the missing equilibrium constant Kc of the net reaction.52:27

    17. At equilibrium, the partial pressure of Xe, Cl2 and XeCl4 were found to be 215 mm Hg, 315mm Hg and 723mm Hg respectively. Calculate Kp. 1:00:51

    18.A reaction mixture initially contains 0.75M of [HI]. At equilibrium, the concentration of [I2] was found to be 0.300 M. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of HI in the mixture. 1:00:11

    19. The partial pressure of N2O, O2, and N2O4 are currently 0.134 atm, 0.265 atm, and 0.483 atm respectively. Determine if the reaction is at equilibriym or if it will shift to the right or to the left. Kp = 56.8 1:00:26

    20. Which of the following statements is correct? 1:10:28

    21. Which of the following is a weak acid? 1:16:37

    22. Which of the following salts will decrease the pH of an aqueous solution? 1:17:25

    23. The pH of a solution is 3.78. Determine the [H3O+] concentration. 1:21:14

    24. Calculate the pH of a 0.25M HC2H3O2 solution. The Ka of acetic acid is 1.8 * 10*-5. 1:21:59

    25. Calculate the pH of the solution made by dissolving 30.5 g of NaF in enough water to make a 650 mL solution. The Ka of HF is 6.8*10^-4 1:27:37

    26. A solution contains a mixture of 0.755M HF and 0.125M NaF. Calculate the pH of the solution. The Ka of HF is 6.8*10^-4. 1:37:46

    27. Which of the following is a buffer solution? 1:40:34

    28. Which of the following is a lewis acid? 1:41:42

    29. Write the equilibrium expression for Ksp based on the following reaction: 1:44:26

    30. Calculate the molar solubility of Mg(OH)2. The Ksp of Mg(OH)2 is 1.8*10^-11 1:46:00

    31. A saturated solution of PbCl2 contains 0.0159 of [Pb+2]] and 0.0317M of [Cl-]. Calculate the Ksp of PbCl2. 1:49:47

    32. For which of the following reactions is delta S positive? 1:51:29

    33. Calculate delta G using the following information at 340k. 1:54:29

    34. Which of the conditions shown below will cause a reaction to be spontaneous for all temperatures? 1:57:03

    35. Keq is 1.83 * 10^-12 for a particular reaction at 372K. Calculate delta G for this reaction. Is this reaction spontaneous at this temperature? 2:06:09

    36. Which of the following statements is/are correct? 2:09:44

    37. What is the coefficient of Zn(s) when the following redox reaction which occurs in acidic conditions is balanced? 2:10:54

    38. Which of the following statements is/are true? 2:15:26

    39. Calculate the cell potential of a reaction if delta G = -41.3 KJ/mol and n = 2. 2:16:07

    40. Calculate the cell potential of the reaction using the information shown below at 298K under nonstandard concentration values. 2:17:58

  9. J.R. Goralczyk says:

    the equation in problem 19 is not balanced? or am i tripping, which is also very likely

  10. Christian Crab says:

    Imagine having multiple choice questions 🙁

  11. Daisy Partridge says:

    I'm here to study for the General Chemistry ACS Exam. Just finished watching the General Chemistry 1 Review. Bleh. Final's on Monday and it's not being curved

  12. OG says:

    Got an ACS Monday pray for me

  13. zant says:

    got my exam Saturday next week at 10 am never to late to start

  14. Christian Crab says:

    final exam in 12 hours and I need to get a 70 to pass lets go 🙁

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  16. Yara Echevarria says:

    Final exam tomorrow at 7:45 AM, hoping I understand something to answer 70 multiple choice questions 😁

  17. Ollie Herczeg says:

    my ACS final is tomorrow for gen chem 2 lets see if this video saves me

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  22. Preston Menke says:

    2:00PM, Exam at 5, 8 hours of chem tutor to watch. YouTube has failed me by limiting the speed to 2x. All hope is lost

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  24. Carlos G says:

    who else reviewing rn for finals week?

  25. Mark J.A.R. says:

    Number 19. the N2O equation is wrong as it isn't balanced but the answer still is shifting to the left

  26. Jessie McKenzie says:

    Is question 19 balanced tho??? I don't think it is. There are 4 nitrogen on the left and two on the right

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  28. Ryan says:

    Exam in an hour an 15 minutes. Need a 50 to keep a C in the class. Not sure how possible that is. Fuck my life.

  29. Michael U says:

    Dude I got an 80% on the exam, that’s high according to my professor (ACS exam) for gen chem 2, wish I knew what percentile that is

  30. Michael Holley says:

    That time of the year

  31. Michael U says:

    For General chem 2 final do I have to watch general chem 1 final review ? I’m taking the ACS for gen chem 2 tomorrow, I have exactly 23 hours 😆😳

  32. Help I'm Fat says:

    It’s 1:03 am, my exam is today at 8 am, and I can’t sleep! I really just want to pass!!!

  33. Joshua Tang says:

    Thanks bro!

  34. Jon B says:

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    This one is really helpful though! This is golden! I am remembering things I learned in the past 12 weeks.
    Finals is tomorrow for me. Haha!

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  38. Christian Rodríguez Figueredo says:

    Starting GenChem2 this upcoming Spring. What does Youtube recommend to prepare well for this class?

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  40. Jaryn Blair says:

    Final is in one hour I spent all day yesterday and this morning watching this video I better pass this test lmao

  41. vin. says:

    studying for my acs exam, anyone else?

  42. MrMonster445 says:

    Just a heads up. The list of topics in the description does not match the questions he does in the video. For example, #4 says Calculating The Final Concentration of a Zero Order Reaction but in the video #4 is a graph/conceptual problem.

  43. Flaming Wings 7 says:

    I thought I was doing good 2 hours in.. then he said "I linked the full 7 hour video in the description, this one is a trailer" and my heart sank and the "ohh no, ohh no, ohh no no no" song from tic tok started playing in the background💀

  44. Katherine Enger says:

    Do I need to watch this video and the General Chem 1 Review Video for the Gen Chem 2 Final Exam? I've heard there are Chem 1 concept questions on the General Chem 2 Final ACS Exam that was not covered in the General Chem 2 class. Is this video enough? I don't want to be caught with any Chem 1 problems on the final that I didn't expect. Please if anyone could answer my question I would appreciate it

  45. Juliette Mueller says:

    Final exam tuesday, I have to pass this class to graduate with my degree. PRAY FOR ME

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