• Review Chapter 4 for an introduction to solution phase chemical reactions.  This includes: 
    Write balanced formula equations from word equations, and predict reaction products.  You should be able to write net ionic, complete ionic.  You should be able to identify products which might form an insoluble precipitate, or those which might form a gas.  You should have an understanding of "strong" or "weak" electrolytes, and be familiar with other vocabulary introduced through chapter 5.  You should be able to do basic unit conversions between mass, moles, solution concentration, solution volume.
    In addition to the textbook, chemwiki provides a good description of precipitation reactions, theory, and the vocabulary used to describe them. 
    Redox half reactions will be covered at a later time
    From Chapter 13: solubility rules, factors affecting solubility (pressure, temperature), methods of expressing concentration (molarity, molality, mass%, mole fraction, normality), colligative properties (freezing point depression, boiling point elevation, osmotic pressure, vapor pressure elevation) mathematical expressions describing colligative properties, including Van t hoff factor and theoretical values of Van t hoff based on ion dissociation,  Henry's Law, Raoult's law, heat of solution and solution energetics. 
    Chemteam.info has a wealth of problems on the topic of solution chemistry