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V. Chemical Kinetics
    •  Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
    •  Dalton’s Law
    •  Boyle‘s, Charles and Ideal Gas Laws
    •  Phase Changes
    •  Boiling Point and Vapor Pressure
    •  Rate Laws and Half Life
    •  Activation Energy

VI. Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry 
    •  Laws of Thermodynamics
    •  Hess’Law
    •  Spontaneity
    •  Enthalpies and Entropies
    •  Heat Transfer

VII. Redox and Electrochemistry
    •  Redox Reactions
    •  Balancing Redox Reactions
    •  Electrolysis and Non-spontaneous Reactions
    •  Electrode Potentials
    •  Ecell, DG, and Keq
    •  Ecell vs. T-Nernst Equation
    •  Batteries and Chemical Reactions
•  Corrosion: Unwanted Voltaic Cells

VIII. Organic Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry
    •  Classifying Organic Compounds
    •  Reaction of Organic Compounds

IX. Laboratory
    •  Lab Techniques
    •   Data and Error Analysis

SAT Subject Tests, known as Achievement Tests or SAT IIs, is the collective name for 20 multiple-choice standardized tests given on individual subjects. The test assesses your understanding of general knowledge in the specific subjects such as Chemistry and Physics at the college preparatory level. Every test is now a one-hour timed test. Your SAT Subject Test scores will help you demonstrate your achievements in academic fields. Most SAT subject tests are offered on the same day as the regular SAT.

I. Structure of Matter
    •  Sub-atomic Particles
    •  Atomic Theory
    •  Quantum Theory
    •  Electron Configuration
    •  Orbital Types
    •  Lewis-Dot Diagrams
    •  Bond Types
    •  Bond Order and Energy
    •  Periodic Trends of Elements
    •  VSEPR and Molecular Geometry
    •  Decay processes and Half Life
    •  Nuclear Reactions
    •  Nuclear Fission and Fusion
    •  Binding Energy

II. State of Matter
    •  Boyle‘s, Charles’ and Lussac‘s Gas Laws
    •  Idea Gas Law
    •  Inter-molecular Forces

III. Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry 
    •  Naming Chemical Compounds
    •  Writing Molecular Formulas
    •  Balancing Equations by Inspection
    •  Percent Composition
    •  Empirical Formulae and Molecular Formulas
    •  Moles and Molar Mass 
Calculations from Balanced Equations

IV. Acids and Bases and Chemical Equilibria
    •  Concentration Calculations
    •  Solution Properties
    •  Acid and Base Definition
    •  pH and Acid/BaseStrength
    •  Bronsted-Lowry Reactions
    •  Solubility Product Constant Ksp 

Contents for SAT Chemistry

1.   Vectors

2.   Kinematics

3.   Dynamics

4.   Work, Energy, and Power

5.   Special Problems in Mechanics

6.   Linear Momentum

7.   Rotational Motion

8.   Circular Motion and Gravitation

9.   Thermal Physics

10. Electric Forces, Fields, and Potential

11. DC Circuits

12. Magnetism

13. Electromagnetic Induction

14. Waves

15. Optics

16. Modern Physics

Contents for SAT Physics