Cracking the GRE chemistry subject test
The Princeton Review realizes that acing the GRE Chemistry Test is very different from getting straight A’s in school. We don't try to teach you everything there is to know about chemistry–only the techniques you'll need to score higher on the test. There's a big difference. In Cracking the GRE Chemistry Test, we'll teach you how to think like the test writers and ·Eliminate answer choices that look right but are planted to fool you ·Raise your score by focusing on the material most likely to appear on the test ·Test your knowledge with review questions for each chemistry topic covered This book includes one full-length practice GRE Chemistry Test. All of our practice questions are like the ones you’ll see on the actual GRE Chemistry Test, and we fully explain every solution.
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ABOUT THE GRE CHEMISTRY SUBJECT TEST
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alcohol aldehyde alkanes alkenes alkyl halides alkynes amine amino analyte anions aromatic band base benzene called carbanion carbon carbon atom carboxylic acid cations cell charge chemical Chemistry chiral concentration configuration conjugate constant covalent bond detector dissociation double bond electron affinity electronegativity electronic configuration electrophilic elements eliminate choices energy levels enthalpy entropy equation equilibrium equivalence point example fluorine formation gases Grignard reagent halogen heat hydrogen increases intermediate intermolecular forces ionic ionization energy ions ketone kj/mol lattice ligand liquid mass metal molar molecular molecules negative nucleophilic nucleus number of moles orbitals oxidation number oxygen pair particles phase polar positive pressure properties protons quantum radiation react reactants reaction reactive ring sample SN2 reaction solid solubility solution solvent species stability step structure substance substitution Synthesis temperature tertiary thermodynamic titration transition valence electrons