General inorganic chemistry 14H course solved problems

Master chemistry atom chemical formulas equations bonding thermochemistry thermodynamics redox electrochemistry kinetics
General inorganic chemistry 14H course solved problems
File Size :
3.17 GB
Total length :
14h 39m

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WR Training

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Last updated 11/2022

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4.4/5

General inorganic chemistry 14H course solved problems

What you’ll learn

Do well in your chemistry course and get higher grades, in case you are in high school, college or university
Enhance and broaden your chemistry knowledge to do well in your professional career in case you work in a chemistry related industry
Develop problem-solving skills in precise reading and interpreting chemical problems
Learn what an atom is and what it is made of
Learn how to read and use the periodic table of the elements
Learn how to calculate the number of moles and molar masses for molecules and compounds
Learn how to predict the composition of a compound based on its chemical formula and vice versa
Master the nomenclature of inorganic compounds
Be an expert in writting and balancing chemical equations
Master the calculations based on chemical equations like molecular, mass and volume relationships
Be familiar with the main types of chemical reactions including combustion, replacement, combination, decomposition reactions and many others
Master the gas laws as predicted by Boyle, Charle and Gay Lussac’s models
Master Dalton’s law for partial pressures
Master the ideal gas law
Be an expert in thermochemistry
Learn how to predict the enthalpy changes for various processes
Learn the atomic structure and Bohr’s model for hydrogen
Learn atomic orbitals and their spatial arrangements
Learn quantum numbers and what they represent
Learn how to predict electron configuration for any element from the periodic table
Learn how the elements bond to form molecules and compounds
Learn the structure of crystals (simple, face centred and body centred cubic)
Learn how to perform calculations on lattice and unit cells
Learn how to write and balance redox reactions
Learn how to calculate concentrations, molarities, molalities, normalities and other variables of solutions
Learn to deal with dilution problems
Learn the basics of titration
Learn the fundamentals of thermodynamics
Learn the basics of acids and bases (Arrhenius, Brönsted-Lowry and Lewis concepts, reactions, hydrolysis, buffer solutions, indicators, titration…)
Learn the basics of solubility and precipitation
Learn the fundamentals of electrochemistry (Faraday’s law, voltaic cells, couples, Nernst’s equation, electrolysis…)
Learn the fundamentals of kinetics (rates and orders of reactions, energy of activation and others…)

General inorganic chemistry 14H course solved problems

Requirements

A passion to learning

Description

Dear student,Welcome to this online chemistry course.This 14h course will introduce you to the main and fundamentals topics in general chemistry using hands on demos and playing english crystal clear explanation.Target student :This course is primarily designed for students at high school, college or universityIf you happen to struggle with chemistry and can’t do well in your exams and you’re wondering how your peers are always ahead of the curve ? then this course is really for youIt is specifically designed to help you along your classroom journeyI guarantee, you will :fully understand your course materiallearn easy and smart shortcutsbe ahead of the curve Following each topic, you will find a video lecture of solved problems, with complete and detailed solutionsAll these solved problems are also available as a downloadable pdf file of more than 300 pagesThe goal of these problem-sections is to help you develop problem-solving skills in precise reading and interpreting chemical problemsThis will help you develop the necessary skills to bridge the gap between knowledge and the confidence to do well in your examsAfter completing this online course, I can garantee : NO MORE EXCUSES ! “A” grades will be within your reachThis course is also designed for chemists, chemical engineers, technicians and any person working in a chemistry related business    Being a chemical engineer myself, I have put considerable efforts when building this course to include numerous practical examples, useful in your everyday professional lifeI can ensure you that this course through its careful explanation of concepts and theories, will break down for you all the major chemistry topics into easily digestible conceptsThis course is also designed for people seeking to broaden the sphere of their knowledge and discover the fascinating world of chemistryFor this particular audience, there will be no pre-requisites required. A passion for learning is enough. I will walk you through the various chemistry topics step by stepWe’ll start with a quick review of the fundamentals then dive in to each topic, from basic molecule nomenclature and formulas to more advanced topics like chemical bonding, thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, thermochemistry, chemical kinetics and much more…So what do you say ? ready to dive in ?Sign up today and get :1. immediate lifetime access to over 14 hours of high quality video content2. downloadable solved-problems booklet with over 300 pagesand3. one-on-one instructor supportSo with no further ado, go ahead, click the enroll button and I will see you in the first section !Cheers,WR TrainingSpread the wings of your knowledge

Overview

Section 1: ABOUT THE COURSE

Lecture 1 Promotional video : The course in a glance

Lecture 2 Learning objectives

Lecture 3 Example of a solved problem

Section 2: QUANTITIES AND UNITS

Lecture 4 System of measurement

Lecture 5 International system of units

Lecture 6 Temperature units and scales

Lecture 7 Use and misuse of units

Lecture 8 Dimensional analysis

Lecture 9 Quantities and units : Solved problems

Section 3: ATOMIC, MOLECULAR AND MOLAR MASSES

Lecture 10 Atoms

Lecture 11 Nuclei

Lecture 12 Periodic table

Lecture 13 Relative atomic masses

Lecture 14 Moles

Lecture 15 Symbols, formulas and molar masses

Lecture 16 Atomic, molecular and molar masses : Solved problems

Section 4: FORMULAS AND COMPOSITIONS

Lecture 17 Empirical formula from composition

Lecture 18 Composition from formula

Lecture 19 Nuclidic molecular masses and chemical formulas

Lecture 20 Formulas and compositions : Solved problems

Section 5: INORGANIC NOMENCLATURE

Lecture 21 Introduction to nomenclature

Lecture 22 Naming binary compounds of nonmetals

Lecture 23 Naming ionic compounds

Lecture 24 Naming monoatomic cations

Lecture 25 Naming polyatomic cations

Lecture 26 Naming monoatomic anions

Lecture 27 Naming oxyanions

Lecture 28 Naming special anions

Lecture 29 Putting the names of the ions together

Lecture 30 Writting formulas for ionic compounds

Lecture 31 Naming inorganic acids

Lecture 32 Naming acid salts

Lecture 33 Naming hydrates

Section 6: CHEMICAL EQUATIONS

Lecture 34 Introduction to chemical equations

Lecture 35 Molecular relations from equations

Lecture 36 Mass relations from equations

Lecture 37 Limiting reactant

Lecture 38 Calculations from chemical equations : Solved problems

Lecture 39 Types of chemical reactions

Section 7: MEASUREMENT OF GASES

Lecture 40 Pressure

Lecture 41 Gas laws

Lecture 42 Boyle’s law : Constant temperature

Lecture 43 Charles’ law : Constant pressure

Lecture 44 Gay-Lussac’s law : Constant volume

Lecture 45 Combined gas law

Lecture 46 Density of an ideal gas

Lecture 47 Dalton’s law for partial pressures

Lecture 48 Collecting a gas over a liquid

Lecture 49 Deviation from ideal behavior

Lecture 50 Measurement of gases : Solved problems

Section 8: THE IDEAL GAS LAW

Lecture 51 Avogadro’s hypothesis

Lecture 52 Molar volume

Lecture 53 Ideal gas law

Lecture 54 Gas volume relations from equations

Lecture 55 Gas stoichiometry involving mass

Lecture 56 The ideal gas law : Solved problems

Section 9: THERMOCHEMISTRY

Lecture 57 Heat

Lecture 58 Energy and enthalpy

Lecture 59 Enthalpy changes for various processes

Lecture 60 Rules of thermochemistry

Lecture 61 Thermochemistry : Solved problems

Section 10: ATOMIC STRUCTURE

Lecture 62 Characters of light

Lecture 63 Interaction of light with matter

Lecture 64 Particles and waves

Lecture 65 Orbitals

Lecture 66 The Pauli exclusion principle

Lecture 67 Aufbau principle

Lecture 68 Electron configuration

Lecture 69 Atomic radii

Lecture 70 Ionization energies

Lecture 71 Electron affinity and magnetic properties

Lecture 72 Atomic structure : Solved problems

Section 11: CHEMICAL BONDING AND MOLECULAR STRUCTURE

Lecture 73 Introduction to chemical bonding

Lecture 74 Octet rule

Lecture 75 Ionic bonding

Lecture 76 Electron dot notation

Lecture 77 Covalent bonding

Lecture 78 Distinction between ionic and covalent bonding

Lecture 79 Predicting the nature of bonding in compounds

Lecture 80 Formal charges

Lecture 81 Dipole moment and electronegativity

Lecture 82 Hybrid orbitals

Section 12: SOLIDS AND LIQUIDS

Lecture 83 Crystals

Lecture 84 Close packing

Lecture 85 Crystal forces

Lecture 86 Liquid forces

Lecture 87 Solids and liquids : Solved problems

Section 13: OXIDATION – REDUCTION

Lecture 88 Introduction to redox reactions

Lecture 89 Oxidation number

Lecture 90 Oxidizing and reducing agents

Lecture 91 Ionic notation for equations

Lecture 92 Balancing oxidation-reduction equations

Lecture 93 Oxidation-reduction : Solved problems

Section 14: CONCENTRATION OF SOLUTIONS

Lecture 94 Composition of solutions

Lecture 95 Concentrations

Lecture 96 Molarity

Lecture 97 Normality

Lecture 98 Molality

Lecture 99 Mole fraction

Lecture 100 Comparison and summary of concentration units

Lecture 101 Dilution problems

Lecture 102 Concentration of solutions : Solved problems

Section 15: REACTION INVOLVING STANDARD SOLUTIONS

Lecture 103 Reaction involving standard solutions

Lecture 104 Reaction involving standard solutions : Solved problems

Section 16: PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS

Lecture 105 Introduction to chemical solutions

Lecture 106 Vapor pressure lowering

Lecture 107 Freezing point lowering

Lecture 108 Boiling point elevation

Lecture 109 Osmotic pressure

Lecture 110 Solution of gases in liquids

Lecture 111 Law of distribution

Lecture 112 Properties of solutions : Solved problems

Section 17: THERMODYNAMICS

Lecture 113 The first law

Lecture 114 The second law

Lecture 115 Entropy

Lecture 116 The third law

Lecture 117 Standard states

Lecture 118 Chemical equilibrium

Lecture 119 The equilibrium constant

Lecture 120 Le Chatelier’s principle

Lecture 121 Thermodynamics : Solved problems

Section 18: ACIDS AND BASES

Lecture 122 Arrhenius concept

Lecture 123 Brönsted-Lowry concept

Lecture 124 Lewis concept

Lecture 125 Ionization of water

Lecture 126 Hydrolysis

Lecture 127 Buffer solutions

Lecture 128 Indicators

Lecture 129 Polytropic acids

Lecture 130 Titration

Lecture 131 Acids and bases : Solved problems

Section 19: COMPLEX IONS AND PRECIPITATES

Lecture 132 Coordination complexes

Lecture 133 Solubility product

Lecture 134 Precipitation

Lecture 135 Complex ions and precipitates : Solved problems

Section 20: ELECTROCHEMISTRY

Lecture 136 Electrical units

Lecture 137 Faraday’s laws

Lecture 138 Voltaic cells

Lecture 139 Standard half-cell potential

Lecture 140 Combining couples

Lecture 141 Free energy and Nernst equation

Lecture 142 Electrolysis

Lecture 143 Electrochemistry : Solved problems

Section 21: RATES OF REACTIONS

Lecture 144 Introduction to chemical kinetics

Lecture 145 Rate constants and order of reactions

Lecture 146 First order reactions

Lecture 147 Other rate laws

Lecture 148 Energy of activation

Lecture 149 Mechanism of reaction : Molecularity

Lecture 150 Mechanism of reaction : Energetics

Lecture 151 Rates of reactions : Solved problems

Lecture 152 Bonus

Current chemistry students, or students about to start chemistry who are looking to get ahead,Homeschooling parents looking for extra support with chemistry,Chemists,Chemical engineers,Professionals working in chemical, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, oil and gas industries,Anyone who seeks to broaden the sphere of his knowledge and discover the fascinating world of chemistry,Anyone who wants to study chemistry for fun after being away from school for a while

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Created by: WR Training

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