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John C.

Dallas, TX

$40/hr

One-on-one Chemistry and Math Tutoring Available

Background check passed as of 6/12/14
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One-on-one Chemistry and Math Tutoring Available

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Hey guys,

I'm currently a student at the University of Texas at Dallas. I completed my Associate's degree with honors at Collin College and plan to graduate this fall with my Bachelor's in Chemistry. During my transfer, I was accepted to the UTD Summer Research Program, where I worked with the Ferraris group on supercapacitors. I stayed on board throughout the coming year, was selected to speak at the 46th ACS Meeting in Miniature at A&M Commerce, and went on to place as a finalist at the 2013 UT Dallas Undergraduate Research Competition.

Chemistry is a difficult yet rewarding subject. I'll work with you to help you achieve proficiency in the field, and to master your classes for whatever path you're taking.

Thanks,
John

Testimonials

"Simply the Best"

- Oscar, Dallas, TX on 8/6/14

"Great Tutor for Our Son in Math"

- Michael, Dallas, TX on 11/6/14

"Best Tutor Ever"

- Sam, Dallas, TX on 10/8/14

"Just what I was looking for!"

- Jazmin, Dallas, TX on 4/9/14

"Great at explaining things"

- Tammy, Dallas, TX on 2/18/14

"Wonderful chemistry tutor!"

- Candace, Plano, TX on 2/12/14

"Great lesson"

- Kandy, Dallas, TX on 12/11/13

"Great Tutor! "

- Jahn, Dallas, TX on 7/12/13

"Great at explaining science!"

- Paige, Mckinney, TX on 6/29/13

"Very knowledgable"

- Ranjit, Odessa, TX on 6/15/13
Math:
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus
Science:
Chemistry,
Organic Chemistry,
Physics
Homeschool:
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Chemistry,
Physics

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Chemistry

I'm a chemistry major at UT Dallas and have completed general chemistry undergraduate courses I & II with high marks. Topics include anything covered in undergraduate general chemistry, including but not limited to: periodic trends, characteristics of elements, molecular structure determination, stoichiometry, acid-base chemistry, electrochemistry, ions and solutions, chemical equilibria, and biological applications.

Organic Chemistry

I'm a chemistry major at UT Dallas and have completed organic chemistry I & II with high marks. From 2012 to 2013 I was a student researcher in the Ferraris Lab at UT Dallas, working with organic polymers for supercapacitor applications. I was a finalist in the UTD Undergraduate Research Competition for my work with the chemistry department.

Topics covered are anything presented in both organic semesters, including but not limited to: properties of hydrocarbons, stereo- and regiochemistry, reaction mechanisms, substitution and elimination reactions (Sn1,Sn2,E1,E2), spectroscopy (IR, MS, proton & C13 NMR), aromaticity, organometallic reactions, and reactions of all the common functional groups

John’s Resources

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Hi again,   The equilibrium constant expressed using the partial pressures of gases is Kp. It works exactly like Kc, except we use partial pressure instead of concentration. Kp = [partial pressure of products]^m / [partial pressure of reactants]^n, where m and n are stoichiometric...

Hey Eduardo,   The general expression of equilibrium constant is Keq = [concentration of products]^n / [concentration of reactants]^m, where n and m are the stoichiometric coefficients for that species. In this problem,   H2 + Cl2 -> 2 HCl   the Keq...

So you have a right triangle. The base can be called 'x', and the height can be called 'x+5', since it's 5 units longer than the base. The formula for the area of a triangle is A = (1/2)(b)(h) so we can rewrite that using our information as: 52 = (1/2)(x)*(x+5) Moving...

University of Texas, Dallas
Chemistry

Education

University of Texas, Dallas (Chemistry)

Simply the Best — John loves Chemistry, has a wonderful personality, and his enthusiasm and patience shines through. My daughter's grades in her high school chemistry went through the roof with John's help. ...

— Oscar, Dallas, TX on 8/6/14

Hourly fee

Standard Hourly Fee: $40.00

Cancellation: 1 hour notice required

Travel policy

John will travel within 20 miles of Dallas, TX 75206.


About John

Hey guys,

I'm currently a student at the University of Texas at Dallas. I completed my Associate's degree with honors at Collin College and plan to graduate this fall with my Bachelor's in Chemistry. During my transfer, I was accepted to the UTD Summer Research Program, where I worked with the Ferraris group on supercapacitors. I stayed on board throughout the coming year, was selected to speak at the 46th ACS Meeting in Miniature at A&M Commerce, and went on to place as a finalist at the 2013 UT Dallas Undergraduate Research Competition.

Chemistry is a difficult yet rewarding subject. I'll work with you to help you achieve proficiency in the field, and to master your classes for whatever path you're taking.

Thanks,
John

Testimonials

"Simply the Best"

- Oscar, Dallas, TX on 8/6/14

"Great Tutor for Our Son in Math"

- Michael, Dallas, TX on 11/6/14

"Best Tutor Ever"

- Sam, Dallas, TX on 10/8/14

"Just what I was looking for!"

- Jazmin, Dallas, TX on 4/9/14

"Great at explaining things"

- Tammy, Dallas, TX on 2/18/14

"Wonderful chemistry tutor!"

- Candace, Plano, TX on 2/12/14

"Great lesson"

- Kandy, Dallas, TX on 12/11/13

"Great Tutor! "

- Jahn, Dallas, TX on 7/12/13

"Great at explaining science!"

- Paige, Mckinney, TX on 6/29/13

"Very knowledgable"

- Ranjit, Odessa, TX on 6/15/13
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Education

University of Texas, Dallas
Chemistry

Education

University of Texas, Dallas (Chemistry)


Tutor Policies

Cancellation
1 hour notice required
Travel Radius
Travels within 20 miles of Dallas, TX 75206

John’s Subjects

Math:
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus
Science:
Chemistry,
Organic Chemistry,
Physics
Homeschool:
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Chemistry,
Physics

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.


John’s Resources

Tutors have the ability to create educational resources and share them with the WyzAnt community. Here are some of the resources created by John. View all of John’s resources

Hi again,   The equilibrium constant expressed using the partial pressures of gases is Kp. It works exactly like Kc, except we use partial pressure instead of concentration. Kp = [partial pressure of products]^m / [partial pressure of reactants]^n, where m and n are stoichiometric...

Hey Eduardo,   The general expression of equilibrium constant is Keq = [concentration of products]^n / [concentration of reactants]^m, where n and m are the stoichiometric coefficients for that species. In this problem,   H2 + Cl2 -> 2 HCl   the Keq...

So you have a right triangle. The base can be called 'x', and the height can be called 'x+5', since it's 5 units longer than the base. The formula for the area of a triangle is A = (1/2)(b)(h) so we can rewrite that using our information as: 52 = (1/2)(x)*(x+5) Moving...


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