General Inorganic Chemistry

General Inorganic Chemistry



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  • Video lessons
  • Online study materials

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Course Curriculum

Learning objectives 00:10:00
Example of a solved problem 00:06:00
Unit 02: Quantities and Units
System of measurement 00:02:00
International system of units 00:05:00
Temperature units and scales 00:04:00
Use and misuse of units 00:03:00
Dimensional analysis 00:03:00
Quantities and units: Solved problems 00:10:00
Unit 03: Atomic, Molecular and Molar Masses
Atoms 00:02:00
Nuclei 00:04:00
Periodic table 00:08:00
Relative atomic masses 00:04:00
Moles 00:05:00
Symbols, formulas and molar masses 00:04:00
Atomic, molecular and molar masses – Problems with solutions 00:16:00
Unit 04: Formulas and Compositions
Empirical formula from composition 00:04:00
Composition from formula 00:04:00
Nuclidic molecular masses and chemical formulas 00:05:00
Formulas and compositions: Solved problems 00:24:00
Unit 05: Inorganic Nomenclature
Introduction to nomenclature 00:03:00
Naming binary compounds of nonmetals 00:05:00
Naming ionic compounds 00:01:00
Naming monoatomic cations 00:06:00
Naming polyatomic cations 00:03:00
Naming monoatomic anions 00:02:00
Naming oxyanions 00:05:00
Naming special anions 00:01:00
Putting the names of the ions together 00:02:00
Writing formulas for ionic compounds 00:08:00
Naming inorganic acids 00:06:00
Naming acid salts 00:04:00
Naming hydrates 00:01:00
Unit 06: Chemical Equations
Introduction to chemical equations 00:02:00
Molecular relations from equations 00:05:00
Mass relations from equations 00:06:00
Limiting reactant 00:01:00
Calculations from chemical equations: Solved problems 00:24:00
Types of chemical reactions 00:04:00
Unit 07: Measurement of Gases
Pressure 00:07:00
Gas laws 00:02:00
Boyle’s law: Constant temperature 00:01:00
Charles’ law: Constant pressure 00:01:00
Gay-Lussac’s law: Constant volume 00:01:00
Combined gas law 00:01:00
Density of an ideal gas 00:03:00
Dalton’s law for partial pressures 00:01:00
Collecting a gas over a liquid 00:02:00
Deviation from ideal beahvior 00:01:00
Measurement of gases: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 08: The Ideal Gas Law
Avogadro’s hypothesis 00:03:00
Molar volume 00:01:00
Ideal gas law 00:05:00
Gas volume relations from equations 00:04:00
Gas stoichiometry involving mass 00:05:00
The ideal gas law: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 09: Thermochemistry
Heat 00:04:00
Energy and enthalpy 00:05:00
Enthalpy changes for various processes 00:12:00
Rules of thermochemistry 00:09:00
Thermochemistry – Problems with solutions 00:21:00
Unit 10: Atomic Structure
Characters of light 00:05:00
Interaction of light with matter 00:08:00
Particles and waves 00:03:00
Orbitals 00:17:00
The Pauli exclusion principle 00:01:00
Aufbau principle 00:03:00
Electron configuration 00:11:00
Atomic radii 00:04:00
Ionization energies 00:03:00
Electron affinity and magnetic properties 00:05:00
Atomic structure – Problems with solutions 00:16:00
Unit 11: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Introduction to chemical bonding 00:02:00
Octet rule 00:03:00
Ionic bonding 00:09:00
Electron dot notation 00:05:00
Covalent bonding 00:17:00
Distinction between ionic and covalent bonding 00:03:00
Predicting the nature of bonding in compounds 00:05:00
Formal charges 00:08:00
Dipole moment and electronegativity 00:04:00
Hybrid orbitals 00:10:00
Unit 12: Solids and Liquids
Crystals 00:08:00
Close packing 00:04:00
Crystal forces 00:06:00
Liquid forces 00:03:00
Solids and liquids: Solved problems 00:22:00
Unit 13: Oxidation - Reduction
Introduction to redox reactions 00:04:00
Oxidation number 00:09:00
Oxidizing and reducing agents 00:05:00
Ionic notation for equations 00:04:00
Balancing oxidation-reduction equations 00:11:00
Oxidation-reduction: Solved problems 00:14:00
Unit 14: Concentration of Solutions
Composition of solutions 00:01:00
Concentrations 00:02:00
Molarity 00:02:00
Normality 00:05:00
Molality 00:01:00
Mole fraction 00:01:00
Comparison and summary of the concentration units 00:04:00
Dilution problems 00:01:00
Concentration of solutions: Solved problems 00:14:00
Unit 15: Reaction Involving Standard Solutions
Reactions involving standard solutions 00:04:00
Reaction involving standard solutions: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 16: Properties of Solutions
Introduction to chemical solutions 00:02:00
Vapor pressure lowering 00:04:00
Freezing point lowering 00:05:00
Boiling point lowering 00:03:00
Osmotic pressure 00:03:00
Solution of gases in liquids 00:02:00
Law of distribution 00:01:00
Properties of solutions: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 17: Thermodynamics
The first law 00:02:00
The second law 00:06:00
Entropy 00:04:00
The third law 00:01:00
Standard states 00:06:00
Chemical equilibrium 00:03:00
The equilibrium constant 00:10:00
Le Chatelier’s principle 00:14:00
Thermodynamics – Problems with solutions 00:18:00
Unit 18: Acids and Bases
Arrhenius concept 00:03:00
Brönsted-Lowry concept 00:08:00
Lewis concept 00:02:00
Ionization of water 00:07:00
Hydrolysis 00:06:00
Buffer solutions 00:06:00
Indicators 00:03:00
Polytropic acids 00:05:00
Titration 00:08:00
Acids and bases – Problems with solutions 00:21:00
Unit 19: Complex Ions and Precipitates
Coordination complexes 00:08:00
Solubility product 00:02:00
Precipitation 00:05:00
Complex ions and precipitates: Solved problems 00:06:00
Unit 20: Electrochemistry
Electrical units 00:03:00
Faraday’s laws 00:04:00
Voltaic cells 00:06:00
Standard half-cell potential 00:07:00
Combining couples 00:04:00
Free energy and Nernst equation 00:08:00
Electrolysis 00:06:00
Electrochemistry: Solved problems 00:16:00
Unit 21: Rates of Reactions
Introduction to rates of reactions 00:01:00
Rate constants and order of reactions 00:11:00
First order reactions 00:02:00
Other rate laws 00:01:00
Energy of activation 00:01:00
Mechanism of reaction: Molecularity 00:05:00
Mechanism of reaction: Energetics 00:05:00
Rates of reactions: Solved problems 00:13:00

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