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This one-hour class will focus on understanding and mastering how to calculate and apply molality and molarity. This is perfect for students trying to master this Chemistry concept or for students who are reviewing for Chemistry finals, Chemistry AP exams, or the SAT Chemistry subject test. The class will introduce the topic and cover a range of examples. There will also be problems for students to practice with during the class, as well as opportunities to ask questions and interact with...
Students will improve their understanding and mastery of calculating and applying molality and molarity.
I have taught multiple sections of high school Chemistry in Minnesota since 2008. I enjoy helping high school students grasp these fundamental concepts about the building blocks of our universe.
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Students will be given a link to the slides after the class has finished so they can review them at their leisure.
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1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Laura GlasselHigh School Science Teacher
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131 completed classes
I grew up in the New England area, Germany, and Minnesota. I received my associate's degree in Aircraft Maintenance, my bachelor's degree in Missionary Aviation, and my master's degree in Bible Translation. As part of my education, I earned both...