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College Chemistry Tutor

College Chemistry Tutor

The College Chemistry Tutor was designed to help the first year college chemistry student learn how to solve problems. It contains the following features, which will enhance your problem-solving skills. If you have trouble solving problems in your college chemistry text book, or if your book does not contain enough examples for you to follow, this CD-ROM is for you. Click on Sample Problems to try some of the problems, or click on Download Trial Version to download a free trial version of the program.

Here are some of the features of the College Chemistry Tutor:

  • 81 different types of college General Chemistry problems.
  • Over 3100 individual problems to work.
  • 20 multiple choice tests to help you prepare for your exams.
  • 22 General Chemistry lectures in slide show format.
  • The ability to check your answers to the problems.
  • Worked solutions to each of the problems
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  • A brief discussion of the principles involved in each type of problem, and instructions as to how to solve the problems.
  • Over 400 additional worked examples showing how to solve many types of problems.
  • 20 multiple choice tests with answers.
  • 22 General Chemistry lecturs in slide format.
  • The ability to print out the problems, examples, tests, and lectures.
  • A periodic table of the chemical elements.
  • Contains a version for both Windows and Mac computers
  • Inexpensive - only $10.00.

NEW!  You can now purchase the Chemistry Tutor for iPad!. Click on this link from your iPad to go to the App store to purchase the Chemistry Tutor app.

App Store link

You can purchase the College Chemistry Tutor and download the product immediately. Click on this link to purchase and download the College Chemistry Tutor!

College Chemistry Tutor Download

Some Problem Topics

Here are some of the types of problems you will be able to work when you purchase and use the College Chemistry Tutor:

  • Density Problems
  • Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds
  • Determining the Percent Composition of a Compound
  • Reaction Stoichiometry
  • Solution Concentration - Molarity
  • Thermochemistry
  • Quantum Numbers
  • Lewis Electron Dot Structures
  • Colligative Properties of Solutions
  • Rate Laws and Reaction Mechanisms
  • Acids, Bases and the pH Scale
  • Solubility and the Solubility Product
  • Balancing Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
  • Cell Potential, Free Energy and Equilibrium
  • Nuclear Reactions and Half-Life
  • Organic Functional Groups

Click on Problem Topics to see the complete list.