Chemistry

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M01
M01

Measurement and Uncertainty

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In this lesson, you will learn about accuracy vs precision, how many digits you record lab device measurements to, and how to work with a graduated cylinder including a glass one which will have a meniscus.

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Metric and English Units (2 of 5)

In this lesson, you will learn about the metric system and also learn benchmarks for units in both systems.

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Significant Digits and Scientific Notation

Significant digits is a critical concept to grasp. When you report your answers to computation in chemistry and in physics, you will be conveying the precision of devices used to measure. You don't want to claim more or less precision than the devices allow, so you round to the correct number of significant digits at the end of each major step.

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Factor-Label Method (4 of 5)

What a useful mathematical tool Factor-label method is! You will find that you will use it in most of the modules in the course, so it is well worth mastering right away. It almost solves the problem itself once you get the hang of the units cancelling.

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Density (5 of 5)

This lesson gives you a chance to apply all that mathy stuff you have been working on in this module and learn an important characteristic that different substances have. You can use that characteristic in a lot of interesting ways such as identifying what an unknown substance it and controlling whether is will sink or float. You will have a lot of wet and wonderful labs in this module because of this topic. Enjoy!

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M02
M02

Heat (1 of 4)

This lesson will clear up some potential confusion between what temperature is and what heat is. You will also be introduced to the heat equation. Other topics include kinetic vs potential energy, Joule, calorie vs Calorie, and conduction, convection radiation and relative humidity which are four ways heat can move. When it does move, it moves from a hot body to a cold body.

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Change in Temperature (2 of 4)

This lesson will introduce you to the concept of 'change in'. It is indicated with a triangle which is known as delta. You will be working with delta T in the heat equation. You can find the change in temperature by taking the final temperature and subtracting the initial temperature. Subtracting in this order will give you the correct sign for the change. A positive number will be an increase in temperature and a negative a decrease. In addition, you will begin converting temperatures between Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin.

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Heat Capacity (3 of 4)

On a hot summer's day in a sun-filled park, which slide would you rather go down: metal one or a plastic one? If you opted for plastic, I bet you chose it because it wouldn't be as hot. Each substance has a characteristic heat capacity which related to how fast it absorbs or gives off heat.

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Lecture/Calorimetry Lab (4 of 4)

You are going to put all the parts of the equation together and put it to use in this lesson.

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M03
M03

Elements and Compounds (1 of 2)

In this lesson, you will be introduced to the periodic table and begin memorizing the first 20 elements on the periodic table. You will also learn about compounds (molecules) which are combinations of atoms that make up the elements. You will learn to identify if they are metals or non-metals and ionic or covalent. You will also learn the naming convention for compounds that are ionic vs compounds that are covalent.

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Laws (2 of 2)

You will be introduced to three laws (mass conservation, definite proportions, and multiple proportions) in this lesson.

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Conservation of Mass Lab - (lab Starter)
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M04

M04

Classifying Matter and Change (1 of 2)

Though chemistry has less of a classification focus than biology does, it still plays an important role. You will learn to identify a substance as an element vs a compound, a homogeneous vs a heterogeneous mixture, and learn about filtration which uses the differences to purify substances out of mixtures. We will lao look at physical vs chemical changes.

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Balancing Chemical Equations (2 of 2)

This is a skill that is foundational to most of the modules through the rest of the text.

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Condensing Steam Lab - (lab Starter)
Chemical vs Physical Change Lab - (lab starter)
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M05
M05

Predicting Chemical Reactions

(1 of 2)

Learn to identify and create chemical equations that are decomposition, formation, and combustion types.

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Stoichiometry Introduction (2 of 2)

This one is another foundational topic to master that you will see through most of the rest of the text: converting grams to moles and moles to grams.

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M06
M06

Limiting Reactants (1a of 2)

If you have ever cooked a recipe and had to limit how many servings you could make because you didn't have enough of one of the ingredients, you experienced a limiting reactant of sorts. In this lesson, you will get good at identifying what the limiting reactant is in chemical equations.

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Stoichiometry (1b of 2)

You will build on what you learned in a previous lesson on converting moles to grams and grams to moles. Now you will be able to start with a given grams of one substance in a chemical equation and figure out how many grams of a different substance in the reaction is.

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Chemical Formulas (2 of 2)

In this lesson, learn to identify empirical vs molecular formulas and convert between them.

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Electrical Charge - (lab starter)
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M07
M07

Early Models of Atomic Structure

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We will begin our journey through history from William Crook to Ernst Rutherford (planetary model) and explore how the theory of the structure of an atom changed.

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Bohr Model (2 of 3)

This model is the one that is most familiar to the general public, but it isn't the most current model. We will explore the Bohr model and start learning about light which opened the door to the quantum mechanical theory of atomic structure (next lesson).

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Quantum Mechanical Model (3 of 3)

You will delve into the world of quantum orbitals and see their strange shapes. There are two methods of orbital diagrams that you will be introduced to.

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M08
M08

Electron Dot Diagrams (1 of 3)

Electron dot diagrams are a start in realizing that the electrons in the outer orbit are special.

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Ionic Bonding (2 of 3)

In an earlier module you were introduced to ionic and covalent molecules: what they were and some basic naming conventions. In this lesson, you will expand on what you learned and begin to create correct chemical formulas complete with the correct numbers for subscripts.

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Covalent Bonding (3 of 3)

Ionic compounds got the limelight in the last lesson. Now, covalent molecules get their turn at being the focus of attention. They follow a whole different set of bonding rules than ionics do. These share electrons to get their full valence shell.

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M09
M09

Polyatomic Ions (1 of 3)

While the polyatomic ions are listed for you in the course provided periodic table, they will do you no good if you don't know them well enough to recognize them in a chemical formula and equation. Today we will spend time getting to know them so that you will find them familiar. Polyatomic ions will play important roles in most of the modules to come in the course.

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VSEPR Theory (2 of 3)

The valence shell electron pair repulsion theory is a mouthful to say, but it is all about the three dimensional shape of molecules. You will learn to identify the shape the molecule will be based upon the molecular formula.

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Covalent and Polar Covalent Bonds

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You have learned a good bit about covalent molecules, but in this lesson you will find that the electronegative nature of some atoms drives some of them to not share that electron fairly. This created positive and negative charged areas on the molecule making these covalent molecules have some characteristics in common with ionic compounds.

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M10
M10

Acids and Bases (1 of 2)

Acid and base chemistry is very interesting but working our the chemical equations can take a bit of practice to get the hand of them

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Molarity and Stoichiometry (2 of 2)

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Acid Base Titration Lab - (lab starter)
Common Household Acids and Bases - (lab starter)



M11
M11

How Solutes Dissolve in Solvents

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Molality and Stoichiometry (2 of 3)

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Changes in Boiling and Freezing Points (3 of 3)

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M12
M12


The Combined Gas Law (1 of 3)

This lesson you will follow the development of the ideal gas law's development (Boyle's Law, Charle's Law, Gay-Lussac), learn about the units, inverse relationships, direct relationship, Kelvin scale, extrapolation, proportion, ideal gas law equation, a quick introduction to ideal gas law

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Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure

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This lesson you will learn about Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure. It is a pretty logical law that leads to a pretty straightforward equation. All the pressures of the individual gases must add up to the total gas pressure. Then, you will learn how to compute partial pressure using mole fractions which is done to figure out what percentage of the whole a particular gas is and a partial pressure equation that is really very much a percentage computation. If you understand percents, this will be super easy.

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The Ideal Gas Law (3 of 3)

In this lesson we will revisit stoichiometry and find that the ideal gas law, because it has moles in the equation, works in nicely. Just as we have found in other stoichiometric relationships, everything comes back to moles.

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M13
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Enthalpy (1 of 3)

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Hess's Law (2 of 3)

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Entropy and Gibb's Free Energy (2 of 3)

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M14
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Rate Equation (1 of 2)

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Temperature, Catalysts, and Reaction Rates

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M15
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Chemical Equilibrium (1 of 3)

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LeChatlier's Principle (2 of 3)

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Acid Base Equilibrium (3 of 3)

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M16
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Oxidation and Reduction (1 of 2)

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Batteries and Corrosion (2 of 2)

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