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Chemistry™ is an inquiry- based course that examines matter and the changes it undergoes. Experiment and activities are used to introduce concepts including the structure of atoms and chemical compounds, the relationships among the elements on the periodic table, chemical and physical transformations, and the measurement and calculations of chemical quantities. Students who complete this course will develop an understanding of interconnections among the sciences, technology, society, and the environment.

Chemistry™

STARPREP®에서 제공하는 Chemistry™, High School 프로그램은
2022-2023 GPA-PREP Course로 진행되며 학생/반의 수준에 따라 진도가 정해집니다.

[학생의 성적/수업 이해도위주의 수업 진행]

for Graders 8-11
(STARPREP® course code: CHEMI)


Professor
PharmD. Issac Kim
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Doctor 약학박사졸업
티칭경력 5년차 since 2017

Registration Board

High School Chemistry™

  • Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater)
  • STARPREP® COURSE CODE : CHEMI-01

    ★ Chemistry GPA-Boosting Course ★
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Professor
    PharmD. Issac Kim
    Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Doctor 약학박사졸업
    티칭경력 5년차 since 2017
  • Features
  • ★ 2022-2023 Chemistry, Regular ★

    Chemistry, Regular GPA-Boosting Course
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
  • Regular Chemistry
  • Course Code/Professor(Alma Mater)
  • STARPREP® COURSE CODE : CHEMI-02

    ★ Chemistry GPA-Boosting Course ★
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Professor
    PharmD. Issac Kim
    Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Doctor 약학박사졸업
    티칭경력 5년차 since 2017
  • Features
  • ★ 2022-2023 Chemistry, Regular ★

    Chemistry, Regular GPA-Boosting Course
    학교 내신점수향상 대비반

    Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

    Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
    (In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
  • Regular Chemistry
Lecture Dates/Registration Status Course Code/Specialty Features/Legacy
Lecture Date
Every Saturday 5:00pm-8:00pm

Registration Status OPEN Registration Form 등록 신청서
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : CHEMI-01

★ Regular Chemistry™ GPA-Boosting Course ★
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Professor
PharmD. Issac Kim
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Doctor 약학박사졸업
티칭경력 5년차 since 2017
★ 2022-2023 Chemistry ★

Regular Chemistry™ GPA-Boosting Course
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
Regular Chemistry™ Regular Chemistry™
Lecture Type
1:1 Tutoring Online/In-person
Schedule is flexible

Registration Status OPEN Registration Form 등록 신청서
STARPREP® COURSE CODE : CHEMI-02

★ Regular Chemistry™ GPA-Boosting Course ★
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Professor
PharmD. Issac Kim
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Pharmacy Doctor 약학박사졸업
티칭경력 5년차 since 2017
★ 2022-2023 Chemistry ★

Regular Chemistry™ GPA-Boosting Course
학교 내신점수향상 대비반

Students' Satisfaction : above 99%

Optimizing Concurrent Classrooms
(In the Classroom And Online Simultaneously)
Regular Chemistry™ Regular Chemistry™

Curriculum Guide

High School Chemistry™

01 Introduction to Chemistry

1-1   Definition of Matter
1-2   States of Matter
1-3   Composition of Matter
1-4   Chemical and Physical Properties
1-5   Chemical and Physical Changes
1-6   Conservation of Mass
1-7   Energy
1-8   Definition of Energy
1-9   Forms of Energy
1-10   Types of Reactions (Exothermic versus Endothermic)
1-11   Conservation of Energy
1-12   Conservation of Mass and Energy
1-13   Measurements and Calculations
1-14   The Scientific Method
1-15   Making Observations
1-16   SI System
1-17   Temperature Measurements
1-18   Heat Measurements
1-19   Scientific Notation
1-20   Dimensional Analysis
1-21   Precision, Accuracy, and Uncertainty
1-22   Significant Figures
1-23   Calculations with Significant Figures
1-24   Chapter Summary
1-25  Chapter Review Exercises

02 Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table

2-1  History
2-2  Electric Nature of Atoms
2-3  Basic Electric Charges
2-4  Bohr Model
2-5  Components of Atomic Structure
2-6  Calculating Average Atomic Mass
2-7  Valence
2-9  Metallic, NonMetallic, and Noble Gas Structures
2-10  Reactivity
2-11  Atomic Spectra
2-12  Spectroscopy
2-13  The Wave-Mechanical Model
2-14  Quantum Numbers
2-15  Aufbau Principle
2-16  Hund's Rule of Maximum Multiplicity
2-17  Sublevels and Electron Configuration
2-18  Order of Filling and Notation
2-19  Electron Dot Notation (Lewis Dot Structures)
2-20  Transition Elements
2-21  Periodic Table of the Elements
2-22  History
2-23  Periodic Law
2-24  The Table
2-25  Properties Related to the Periodic Table
2-26  Radii of Atoms
2-27  Atomic Radii in Periods
2-28  Atomic Radii in Groups
2-29  Ionic Radius Compared to Atomic Radius
2-30  Electronegativity
2-31  Ionization Energy
2-32  Chapter Summary
2-33  Chapter Review Exercises

03 Bonding

3-1  Types of Bonds
3-2  Ionic Bonds
3-3  Covalent Bonds
3-4  Metallic Bonds
3-5  Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
3-6  Dipole-Dipole Attraction
3-7  London Dispersion Forces
3-8  Hydrogen Bonds
3-9  Double and Triple Bonds
3-10  Resonance Structures
3-11  Electrostatic Repulsion (VSEPR) and Hybridization
3-12  Electrostatic Repulsion (VSEPR)
3-13  VSEPR and Unshared Electron Pairs
3-14  VSEPR and Molecular Geometry
3-15  Hybridization
3-16  Sigma and Pi Bonds
3-17  Properties of Ionic Substances
3-18  Properties of Molecular Crystals and Liquids
3-19  Chapter Summary
3-20  Chapter Review Exercises

04 Chemical Formulas

4-1  Law of Definite Composition and Multiple Proportions
4-2  Writing Chemical Formulas
4-3  Naming Compounds from Their Formulas
4-4  Physical and Chemical Changes
4-5  Acids
4-6  Putting It All Together
4-7  Chemical Formulas
4-8  Balancing Simple Reaction Equations
4-9  Writing Ionic Equations
4-10  Chapter Summary
4-11  Chapter Review Exercises

05 Gases and the Gas Laws

5-1  Introduction - Gases in the Environment
5-2  Some Representative Gases
5-3  Oxygen
5-4  Hydrogen
5-5  General Characteristics of Gases
5-6  Measuring the Pressure of a Gas
5-7  Kinetic Molecular Theory
5-8  Some Particular Properties of Gases
5-9  Gas Laws and Related Problems
5-10  Graham's Law
5-11  Charles's Law
5-12  Boyle's Law
5-13  Combined Gas Law
5-14  Pressure Versus Temperature
5-15  Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
5-16  Corrections of Pressure
5-17  Ideal Gas Law
5-18  Ideal Gas Deviations
5-19  Chapter Summary
5-20  Chapter Review Exercises

06 Chemical Calculations (Stoichiometry) and the Mole Concept

6-1  Solving Problems
6-2  The Mole Concept
6-3  Molar Mass and Moles
6-4  Gas Volumes and Molar Mass
6-5  Density and Molar Mass
6-6  Mole-Mole Relationships
6-7  Mass-Mass Problems
6-8  Volume-Volume Problems
6-9  Mass-Volume or Volume-Mass Problems
6-10  Problems with an Excess of One Reactant
6-11  Percent Yield of a Product
6-12  Chapter Summary
6-13  Chapter Review Exercises

07 Liquids, Solids, and Phase Changes

7-1  Liquids
7-2  Importance of Intermolecular Interaction
7-3  Kinetics of Liquids
7-4  Viscosity
7-5  Surface Tension
7-6  Phase Equilibrium
7-7  Boiling Point
7-8  Critical Temperature and Pressure
7-9  Solids
7-10  Phase Diagrams
7-11  Water
7-12  History of Water
7-13  Purification of Water
7-14  Composition of Water
7-15  Properties and Uses of Water
7-16  Water Calorimetry Problems
7-17  Reactions of Water with Anhydrides
7-18  Polarity and Hydrogen Bonding
7-19  Solubility
7-20  General Rules of Solubility
7-21  Factors That Affect Rate of Solubility
7-22  Summary of Types of Solutes and Relationship of Type to Solubility
7-23  Water Solutions
7-24  Continuum of Water Mixtures
7-25  Expressions of Concentration
7-26  Using Specific Gravity in Solutions
7-27  Dilution
7-28  Colligative Properties of Solutions
7-29  Crystallization
7-30  Chapter Summary
7-31  Chapter Review Exercises

08 Chemical Reactions and Thermochemistry

8-1  Types of Reactions
8-2  Predicting Reactions
8-3  Combination (Synthesis)
8-4  Decomposition (analysis)
8-5  Single Replacement
8-6  Double Replacement
8-7  Hydrolysis Reactions
8-8  Entropy
8-9  Thermochemistry
8-10  Changes in Enthalpy
8-11  Additivity of Reaction Heats and Hess's Law
8-12  Bond Dissociation Energy
8-13  Enthalpy from Bond Energies
8-14  Chapter Summary
8-15  Chapter Review Exercises

09 Rates of Chemical Reactions

9-1  Measurements of Reaction Rates
9-2  Factors Affecting Reaction Rates
9-3  Collision Theory of Reaction Rates
9-4  Activation Energy
9-5  Reaction Rate Law
9-6  Reaction Mechanism and Rates of Reaction
9-7  Chapter Summary
9-8  Chapter Review Exercises

10 Chemical Equilibrium

10-1  Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium
10-2  Le Châtelier's Principle
10-3  Effects of Changing Conditions
10-4  Effect of Chaning Concentrations
10-5  Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium
10-6  Effect of Pressure on Equilibrium
10-7  Equilibria in Heterogeneous Systems
10-8  Equilibrium Constant for Systems Involving Solids
10-9  Acid Ionization Constants
10-10  Solubility Products
10-11  Common-Ion Effect
10-12  Factors Related to the Magnitude of K
10-13  Relation of Minimum Energy (Enthalpy) to Maximum Disorder (Entropy)
10-14  Change in Free Energy of a System-Gibbs Equation
10-15  Chapter Summary
10-16  Chapter Review Exercises

11 Acid, Bases, and Salts

11-1  Acids
11-2  Bases
11-3  Broader Acid-Base Theories
11-4  Conjugate Acids and Bases
11-5  Acid Concentration Expressed as pH
11-6  Indicators
11-7  Titration-Volumetric Analysis
11-8  Buffer Solutions
11-9  Salts
11-10  Amphoteric Substances
11-11  Acid Rain-An Environmental Concern
11-12  Chapter Summary
11-13  Chapter Review Exercises

12 Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry

12-1  Inonization
12-2  Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry
12-3  Electrochemistry
12-4  Oxidation States
12-5  Combustion Reactions
12-6  Galvanic (or Voltaic) Cells
12-7  Electrode Potentials
12-8  Electrolytic Cells
12-9  Applications of Electrochemical Cells (Commercial Galvanic Cells)
12-10  Balancing Redox Equations
12-11  The Half-Reaction Method
12-12  Chapter Summary
12-13  Chapter Review Exercises

13 Some Representative Groups and Families

13-1  Sulfur Family
13-2  Sulfuric Acid
13-3  Other Important Compounds of Sulfur
13-4  Halogen Family
13-5  Testing for Halides
13-6  Some Important Halides and Their Uses
13-7  Uses of Halogens
13-8  Nitrogen Family
13-9  Nitric Acid
13-10  Other Important Compounds of Nitrogen
13-11  Other Members of the Nitrogen Family
13-12  Metals
13-13  Properties of Metals
13-14  Some Important Reduction Methods
13-15  Alloys
13-16  Metalloids
13-17  Chapter Summary
13-18  Chapter Review Exercises

14 Carbon and Organic Chemistry

14-1  Carbon
14-2  Forms of Carbon
14-3  Carbon Dioxide
14-4  Organic Chemistry
14-5  Hydrocarbons
14-6  Changing Hydrocarbons
14-7  Hydrocarbon Derivatives
14-8  Chapter Summary
14-9  Chapter Review Exercises

15 Nucleonics

15-1  Radioactivity
15-2  The Nature of Radioactive Emissions
15-3  Methods of Detection of Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Rays
15-4  Decay Series and Transmutations
15-5  Radioactive Dating
15-6  Nuclear Energy
15-7  Conditions for Fission
15-8  Methods of Obtating Fissionable Material
15-9  Fusion
15-10  Radiation Exposure
15-11  Chapter Summary
15-12  Chapter Review Exercises

16 Representative Laboratory Setups

16-1  Laboratory Safety Rules
16-2  Technology in the Laboratory
16-3  Some Basic Setups
16-4  Summary of Qualitative Tests
16-5  Chapter Review Exercises

01 Introduction to Chemistry

1-1  Definition of Matter
1-2  States of Matter
1-3  Composition of Matter
1-4  Chemical and Physical Properties
1-5  Chemical and Physical Changes
1-6  Conservation of Mass
1-7  Energy
1-8  Definition of Energy
1-9  Forms of Energy
1-10  Types of Reactions (Exothermic versus Endothermic)
1-11  Conservation of Energy
1-12  Conservation of Mass and Energy
1-13  Measurements and Calculations
1-14  The Scientific Method
1-15  Making Observations
1-16  SI System
1-17  Temperature Measurements
1-18  Heat Measurements
1-19  Scientific Notation
1-20  Dimensional Analysis
1-21  Precision, Accuracy, and Uncertainty
1-22  Significant Figures
1-23  Calculations with Significant Figures
1-24  Chapter Summary
1-25  Chapter Review Exercises

02 Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table

2-1  History
2-2  Electric Nature of Atoms
2-3  Basic Electric Charges
2-4  Bohr Model
2-5  Components of Atomic Structure
2-6  Calculating Average Atomic Mass
2-7  Valence
2-9  Metallic, NonMetallic, and Noble Gas Structures
2-10  Reactivity
2-11  Atomic Spectra
2-12  Spectroscopy
2-13  The Wave-Mechanical Model
2-14  Quantum Numbers
2-15  Aufbau Principle
2-16  Hund's Rule of Maximum Multiplicity
2-17  Sublevels and Electron Configuration
2-18  Order of Filling and Notation
2-19  Electron Dot Notation (Lewis Dot Structures)
2-20  Transition Elements
2-21  Periodic Table of the Elements
2-22  History
2-23  Periodic Law
2-24  The Table
2-25  Properties Related to the Periodic Table
2-26  Radii of Atoms
2-27  Atomic Radii in Periods
2-28  Atomic Radii in Groups
2-29  Ionic Radius Compared to Atomic Radius
2-30  Electronegativity
2-31  Ionization Energy
2-32  Chapter Summary
2-33  Chapter Review Exercises

03 Bonding

3-1  Types of Bonds
3-2  Ionic Bonds
3-3  Covalent Bonds
3-4  Metallic Bonds
3-5  Intermolecular Forces of Attraction
3-6  Dipole-Dipole Attraction
3-7  London Dispersion Forces
3-8  Hydrogen Bonds
3-9  Double and Triple Bonds
3-10  Resonance Structures
3-11  Electrostatic Repulsion (VSEPR) and Hybridization
3-12  Electrostatic Repulsion (VSEPR)
3-13  VSEPR and Unshared Electron Pairs
3-14  VSEPR and Molecular Geometry
3-15  Hybridization
3-16  Sigma and Pi Bonds
3-17  Properties of Ionic Substances
3-18  Properties of Molecular Crystals and Liquids
3-19  Chapter Summary
3-20  Chapter Review Exercises

04 Chemical Formulas

4-1  Law of Definite Composition and Multiple Proportions
4-2  Writing Chemical Formulas
4-3  Naming Compounds from Their Formulas
4-4  Physical and Chemical Changes
4-5  Acids
4-6  Putting It All Together
4-7  Chemical Formulas
4-8  Balancing Simple Reaction Equations
4-9  Writing Ionic Equations
4-10  Chapter Summary
4-11  Chapter Review Exercises

05 Gases and the Gas Laws

5-1  Introduction - Gases in the Environment
5-2  Some Representative Gases
5-3  Oxygen
5-4  Hydrogen
5-5  General Characteristics of Gases
5-6  Measuring the Pressure of a Gas
5-7  Kinetic Molecular Theory
5-8  Some Particular Properties of Gases
5-9  Gas Laws and Related Problems
5-10  Graham's Law
5-11  Charles's Law
5-12  Boyle's Law
5-13  Combined Gas Law
5-14  Pressure Versus Temperature
5-15  Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
5-16  Corrections of Pressure
5-17  Ideal Gas Law
5-18  Ideal Gas Deviations
5-19  Chapter Summary
5-20  Chapter Review Exercises

06 Chemical Calculations (Stoichiometry) and the Mole Concept

6-1  Solving Problems
6-2  The Mole Concept
6-3  Molar Mass and Moles
6-4  Gas Volumes and Molar Mass
6-5  Density and Molar Mass
6-6  Mole-Mole Relationships
6-7  Mass-Mass Problems
6-8  Volume-Volume Problems
6-9  Mass-Volume or Volume-Mass Problems
6-10  Problems with an Excess of One Reactant
6-11  Percent Yield of a Product
6-12  Chapter Summary
6-13  Chapter Review Exercises

07 Liquids, Solids, and Phase Changes

7-1  Liquids
7-2  Importance of Intermolecular Interaction
7-3  Kinetics of Liquids
7-4  Viscosity
7-5  Surface Tension
7-6  Phase Equilibrium
7-7  Boiling Point
7-8  Critical Temperature and Pressure
7-9  Solids
7-10  Phase Diagrams
7-11  Water
7-12  History of Water
7-13  Purification of Water
7-14  Composition of Water
7-15  Properties and Uses of Water
7-16  Water Calorimetry Problems
7-17  Reactions of Water with Anhydrides
7-18  Polarity and Hydrogen Bonding
7-19  Solubility
7-20  General Rules of Solubility
7-21  Factors That Affect Rate of Solubility
7-22  Summary of Types of Solutes and Relationship of Type to Solubility
7-23  Water Solutions
7-24  Continuum of Water Mixtures
7-25  Expressions of Concentration
7-26  Using Specific Gravity in Solutions
7-27  Dilution
7-28  Colligative Properties of Solutions
7-29  Crystallization
7-30  Chapter Summary
7-31  Chapter Review Exercises

08 Chemical Reactions and Thermochemistry

8-1  Types of Reactions
8-2  Predicting Reactions
8-3  Combination (Synthesis)
8-4  Decomposition (analysis)
8-5  Single Replacement
8-6  Double Replacement
8-7  Hydrolysis Reactions
8-8  Entropy
8-9  Thermochemistry
8-10  Changes in Enthalpy
8-11  Additivity of Reaction Heats and Hess's Law
8-12  Bond Dissociation Energy
8-13  Enthalpy from Bond Energies
8-14  Chapter Summary
8-15  Chapter Review Exercises

09 Rates of Chemical Reactions

9-1  Measurements of Reaction Rates
9-2  Factors Affecting Reaction Rates
9-3  Collision Theory of Reaction Rates
9-4  Activation Energy
9-5  Reaction Rate Law
9-6  Reaction Mechanism and Rates of Reaction
9-7  Chapter Summary
9-8  Chapter Review Exercises

10 Chemical Equilibrium

10-1  Reversible Reactions and Equilibrium
10-2  Le Châtelier's Principle
10-3  Effects of Changing Conditions
10-4  Effect of Chaning Concentrations
10-5  Effect of Temperature on Equilibrium
10-6  Effect of Pressure on Equilibrium
10-7  Equilibria in Heterogeneous Systems
10-8  Equilibrium Constant for Systems Involving Solids
10-9  Acid Ionization Constants
10-10  Solubility Products
10-11  Common-Ion Effect
10-12  Factors Related to the Magnitude of K
10-13  Relation of Minimum Energy (Enthalpy) to Maximum Disorder (Entropy)
10-14  Change in Free Energy of a System-Gibbs Equation
10-15  Chapter Summary
10-16  Chapter Review Exercises

11 Acid, Bases, and Salts

11-1  Acids
11-2  Bases
11-3  Broader Acid-Base Theories
11-4  Conjugate Acids and Bases
11-5  Acid Concentration Expressed as pH
11-6  Indicators
11-7  Titration-Volumetric Analysis
11-8  Buffer Solutions
11-9  Salts
11-10  Amphoteric Substances
11-11  Acid Rain-An Environmental Concern
11-12  Chapter Summary
11-13  Chapter Review Exercises

12 Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry

12-1  Inonization
12-2  Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemistry
12-3  Electrochemistry
12-4  Oxidation States
12-5  Combustion Reactions
12-6  Galvanic (or Voltaic) Cells
12-7  Electrode Potentials
12-8  Electrolytic Cells
12-9  Applications of Electrochemical Cells (Commercial Galvanic Cells)
12-10  Balancing Redox Equations
12-11  The Half-Reaction Method
12-12  Chapter Summary
12-13  Chapter Review Exercises

13 Some Representative Groups and Families

13-1  Sulfur Family
13-2  Sulfuric Acid
13-3  Other Important Compounds of Sulfur
13-4  Halogen Family
13-5  Testing for Halides
13-6  Some Important Halides and Their Uses
13-7  Uses of Halogens
13-8  Nitrogen Family
13-9  Nitric Acid
13-10  Other Important Compounds of Nitrogen
13-11  Other Members of the Nitrogen Family
13-12  Metals
13-13  Properties of Metals
13-14  Some Important Reduction Methods
13-15  Alloys
13-16  Metalloids
13-17  Chapter Summary
13-18  Chapter Review Exercises

14 Carbon and Organic Chemistry

14-1  Carbon
14-2  Forms of Carbon
14-3  Carbon Dioxide
14-4  Organic Chemistry
14-5  Hydrocarbons
14-6  Changing Hydrocarbons
14-7  Hydrocarbon Derivatives
14-8  Chapter Summary
14-9  Chapter Review Exercises

15 Nucleonics

15-1  Radioactivity
15-2  The Nature of Radioactive Emissions
15-3  Methods of Detection of Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Rays
15-4  Decay Series and Transmutations
15-5  Radioactive Dating
15-6  Nuclear Energy
15-7  Conditions for Fission
15-8  Methods of Obtating Fissionable Material
15-9  Fusion
15-10  Radiation Exposure
15-11  Chapter Summary
15-12  Chapter Review Exercises

16 Representative Laboratory Setups

16-1  Laboratory Safety Rules
16-2  Technology in the Laboratory
16-3  Some Basic Setups
16-4  Summary of Qualitative Tests
16-5  Chapter Review Exercises

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