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AudioLearn's college-level courses presents College Level Chemistry!
Developed by experienced professors and professionally narrated for easy listening, this course is a great way to explore the subject of college-level chemistry.
The audio is focused and high-yield, covering the most important topics you might expect to learn in a typical undergraduate chemistry course. The material is accurate, up-to-date, and broken down into bite-sized chapters. There are quizzes and key takeaways following each chapter to review questions commonly tested and drive home key points.
Here are the main topics we’ll be covering:
- Atoms and molar mass
- Atomic structure and the Periodic Law
- Gases - Gas laws, volume and pressures, partial pressures
- Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory
- Chemical bonding and molecular structure
- Chemical formulas
- Solids and liquids
- Oxidation-reduction reactions
- Acids and bases
- Organic chemistry and biochemistry
We will conclude the course with a 200 question practice test.
Also included, is a follow-along PDF manual containing the entire text of this audio course as well as all images, figures and charts we’ll be discussing.
To get the most out of this course, we recommend that you listen to the entire audio once while following along in your PDF manual, then go back and listen to areas you found challenging.
Now, let’s get started!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Please hire people to read the book who know how to pronounce the words
I almost stopped listening, but I want to review chemistry before I take a comprehensive test on it in a few weeks. I listened to a few parts more than once, and found that I was repeating the words with the correct emphasis and sometimes wanted to yell at the narrator. In case she is reading my review, ion is pronounced eye-on not ih-on or eee-on. Sometimes she would diversify her pronunciations and would get a word spot-on. I relished those moments and cringed during the other, too numerous times the accents were ignored or unknown. You know you can Google how to pronounce words now. I wish narrators would check how to say something before recording the final draft. Or have a chemistry teacher listen to the audiobook before it goes out to unsuspecting students.
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