Atoms and Molecules
- History of the Atom
- Models for the Atom
- Subatomic Particles
- Periodic Table
- Periodic Trends
- Polyatomic Ions
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- General Science: General or introductory science course, wherein several scientific disciplines are taught in the same year/semester. As a result, there is usually less time to dedicate to each discipline. Accordingly, the content provided under this heading is covered in less depth and simpler language.
- Basic: Basic high school chemistry class. The entire year/semester is dedicated to chemistry, and is often the first chemistry course students will have. Accordingly, the material is covered in simpler language.
- Accelerated: Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, or college-level general chemistry course. Students will have already completed at least one previous chemistry course. Students have also shown a strong interest in chemistry. Accordingly, content is covered in better depth, more precise language, and more challenging material.
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