1. Scientific Notation 2. The Metric System 3. Significant Figures 4. Conversion Factors 5. Word Problems 6. Atoms, Ions, and Periodicity 7. Writing Names and Formulas 8. Grams and Moles 9. Stoichiometry 10. Solution Concentration 11. Dimensions 12. Molarity Applications 13. Ionic Equations and Precipitates 14. Acid?Base Neutralization 15. Redox Reactions 16. Ideal Gases 17. Phases and Energy 18. Bonding 19. Introduction to Equilibrium 20. Acid?Base Fundamentals 21. Weak Acids 22. Nuclear Chemistry
Donald J. Dahm is a professor at Rowan University. In 2004, Dr. Dahm received the Outstanding Achievement in Near Infrared Spectroscopy Award from the Eastern Analytical Symposium. He was selected in 2011 by Rowan students as the professor they most wanted to give "The Last Lecture," an annual event based on Randy Pausch's book. Don's most recent book, coauthored with his son Kevin, is Interpreting Diffuse Reflectance and Transmittance: A Theoretical Introduction to Absorption Spectroscopy of Scattering Materials (2007).