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Advanced Placement Chemistry (AP Chemistry or AP Chem) is a course and examination offered by the College Board as a part of the Advanced Placement Program to give American and Canadian high school students the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities and earn college-level credit. AP Chemistry has the distinction of having the lowest known test participation rate, with 49.5% of AP Chemistry students taking the exam in one study. Another, smaller study found that 52.7% of students enrolled in AP Chemistry took their course's AP test.

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Part II of the AP Chem Acid/Base lecture.

Contributed by Sarah McManus

A very helpful explanation to acids and bases, not exclusively for the AP exam!

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