This Tutorial Video Series will guide you through the content you need to master for MCAT Chemistry Stoichiometry and Reactions. This series will help you master AAMC Content Category 4E!
This series includes everything from basic overviews of molecules and calculations, to advanced reactions, balancing and more.
It will cover everything from terminology, step by step explanations, and practice problems!
Don't forget to grab your free copy of my Strong Acid/Base Mini Cheat Sheet here to help with your memorization.
Test your Mastery with my NEW Stoichiometry & Reactions Practice Quiz!
If you don't understand the terms, you'll have trouble with the related math. Can't skip this one!
Best of all, you'll learn how to do this QUICKLY,
Despite not being allowed to use a Calculator on the MCAT.
You'll also learn how to calculate each with simple and easy-to-apply logic.
Also learn a time saving shortcut to quickly interconvert between molarity and molality on the MCAT.
This video makes this concept simple. You’ll see WHY and HOW these equations work, instead of memorizing all the different percent formulas.
You’ll also see how to easily and quickly convert from and to them and other units on the MCAT!
Learn what they are, how to find them on simple molecules/ions, and how to calculate oxidation numbers for atoms in complex molecules and polyatomic ions.
Oxidation and Reduction Reactions: Learn what they are, how to identify oxidation and reduction half reactions, and how to recognize what gets oxidized or reduced in complex reactions including a time-saving shortcut.
When it comes to chemical reactions it’s very easy to confuse all of the numbers and letters: Which go up or down? Which go in the parenthesis or out? This video breaks it all down from arrows and phases to coefficients, numbers for ions and polyatomic ions.
Common types of chemical reactions that will show up on the MCAT include: Disproportionation, Single Replacement, Double Replacement, Combination or Synthesis, Decomposition, and Combustion
Stoichiometry or balancing of chemical equations can be tedious and confusing unless you have an efficient system to follow. These (3) videos will teach you a simple approach and a few time-saving shortcuts for balancing reactions from simple to more complex such as acid/base, ionic, and combustion reactions
Balancing Redox Reactions requires balancing of atoms AND electrons. This video will teach you how to balance atoms and charge/electrons in oxidation and reduction reactions, then how balance redox reactions in both acidic and basic conditions.
How do you feel? Test your understanding with the new MCAT Reactions and Stoichiometry practice quiz!
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