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High School Chemistry Tutor

The High School Chemistry Tutor CD

The High School Chemistry Tutor CD-ROM was designed to help the high school 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 high school 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 High School Chemistry Tutor:

  • 52 different types of college General Chemistry problems.
  • Over 1700 individual problems to work.
  • 15 multiple choice tests to help you prepare for your exams.
  • The ability to check your answers to the problems.
  • Worked solutions to each of the problems.
  • A brief discussion of the principles involved in each type of problem, and instructions as to how to solve the problems.
  • Over 200 additional worked examples showing how to solve many types of problems.
  • The ability to print out the problems and examples.
  • A periodic table of the chemical elements.
  • Contains a version for both Windows and Mac computers
  • NEW PRICE!  Inexpensive - only $6.00 (plus free shipping - U.S. and Canada only).

Some Problem Topics

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

  • Density Problems
  • Names and Formulas of Ionic Compounds
  • Determining the Percent Composition of a Compound
  • Stoichiometry
  • The Ideal Gas Equation
  • Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics
  • Quantum Numbers
  • Lewis Electron Dot Structures
  • Colligative Properties of Solutions
  • Rate Laws and Mechanisms
  • Acids, Bases and the pH Scale
  • The Solubility of Ionic Compounds
  • Balancing Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
  • Standard Cell Potential
  • Nuclear Reactions and Half-Life
  • Organic Functional Groups

Click on Problem Topics to see the complete list.