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AP Chemistry Course

PROGRESSIVE SCIENCE INITIATIVE® (PSI®)

You may fast-track your course audit using NJCTL's materials in lieu of a textbook and claiming identical to our approved course syllabus document.

Instructions are posted at the bottom of this course page under "Implementation Resources".

Units (select a unit)

  • Mass Spectrometry & Electromagnetic Radiation
  • Electron Configurations
  • The Periodic Table & Effective Nuclear Charge
  • Periodic Trends & Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  • Ionic Bonding
  • Covalent Bonding
  • Advanced Bonding
  • Intermolecular Forces & Solids
  • Mole Calculations
  • Solutions, Mixtures & Separations
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Stoichiometry
  • Gases
  • Thermochemistry
  • Kinetics
  • Equilibrium
  • Acids & Bases
  • Buffers & Titrations
  • Ksp & Solubility
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electrochemistry
  • Final Exam

6 Comments

Haiyan Wang • 1 year, 3 months agologin to reply

The presentation for Ionic Bonding is the same as the one for honors chemistry. Is that a mistake? Thanks.

Melissa Axelsson • 1 year, 3 months agologin to reply

No, we did that intentionally.

Timothy Chang • 7 months, 3 weeks agologin to reply

There are only two units (I think) here that contains lab components, is this correct? Does that mean we will just add in lab component ourselves to the remaining units?

Susan Olszewski • 7 months, 3 weeks agologin to reply

Hello Timothy, College Board specifies the labs that should be used for AP Chemistry, and they are laid out in their lab manual. Those are the labs that should be used for this course. We've specified where they should be taught in the AP Chemistry syllabus above. If you would like, you may claim identical to our syllabus using the document number posted with it. Please let us know if you have any additional questions!

David Flint • 4 weeks agologin to reply

I noticed on a lot of the presentations the "arrows" in the diagrams have changed into lines, so sometimes it's hard to tell which direction the arrow is supposed to be pointing. I believe a lot of the arrows that are supposed to be there are also missing altogether.

Susan Olszewski • 4 weeks agologin to reply

Hi David, thank you for letting us know. This issue occurs sometimes when our website converts Notebook files into PDF. We will take a look and get them updated as soon as possible!

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