ATI TEAS Version 7 Science Chemistry (How to Get the Perfect Score)



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Are you looking to ace the ATI TEAS Science test? Do you want to know what the chemistry part of the test is looking for? This guide will teach you everything you need to know about this critical section of the exam.

Don't waste your time studying information that won't be on the test - watch this video and get focused on what will help you get a perfect score.

00:00 Introduction
00:30 Chemistry Objectives
00:55 Parts of an Atom
03:42 Ions
04:59 Periodic Table of Elements
07:48 Orbitals
09:20 Valence Electrons
10:21 Ionic and Covalent Bonds
11:54 Mass, Volume, and Density
13:33 States of Matter
18:01 Chemical Reactions
19:39 Chemical Equations
21:41 Balancing Chemical Reactions
22:29 Chemical Reaction Example
25:17 Moles
26:26 Factors that Influence Reaction Rates
28:07 Chemical Equilibria
30:03 Catalysts
30:53 Polarity of Water
32:09 Solvents and Solutes
33:28 Concentration and Dilution of Solutions
34:20 Osmosis and Diffusion
36:15 Acids and Bases
38:08 Neutralization of Reactions
39:04 Outro

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