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Chemistry, 2nd Edition

Give your student a head start on chemistry with this course by an award-winning educator.

Watch First Lecture

36 Lectures

1
Image of Introduction and Philosophy
Introduction and Philosophy
0 of 32 min
2
Image of Basic Concepts of Quantitative Reasoning
Basic Concepts of Quantitative Reasoning
0 of 29 min
3
Image of Quantitative Reasoning in Everyday Life
Quantitative Reasoning in Everyday Life
0 of 30 min
4
Image of Quantitative Reasoning in Chemistry—Density
Quantitative Reasoning in Chemistry—Density
0 of 30 min
5
Image of The SI (Metric) System of Measurement
The SI (Metric) System of Measurement
0 of 29 min
6
Image of Converting between Systems of Measurement
Converting between Systems of Measurement
0 of 28 min
7
Image of Elements, Atoms, and the Periodic Table
Elements, Atoms, and the Periodic Table
0 of 29 min
8
Image of Ions, Compounds, and Interpreting Formulas
Ions, Compounds, and Interpreting Formulas
0 of 32 min
9
Image of Isotopes and Families of Elements
Isotopes and Families of Elements
0 of 29 min
10
Image of The Mole
The Mole
0 of 29 min
11
Image of Solving Mole Problems
Solving Mole Problems
0 of 31 min
12
Image of Avogadro's Hypothesis and Molar Volume
Avogadro's Hypothesis and Molar Volume
0 of 29 min
13
Image of Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
0 of 29 min
14
Image of Solving Empirical Formula Problems
Solving Empirical Formula Problems
0 of 30 min
15
Image of Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations
Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations
0 of 30 min
16
Image of An Introduction to Stoichiometry
An Introduction to Stoichiometry
0 of 31 min
17
Image of Stoichiometry Problems
Stoichiometry Problems
0 of 29 min
18
Image of Advanced Stoichiometry
Advanced Stoichiometry
0 of 30 min
19
Image of An Introduction to Molarity
An Introduction to Molarity
0 of 30 min
20
Image of Solving Molarity Problems
Solving Molarity Problems
0 of 29 min
21
Image of Advanced Molarity Problems
Advanced Molarity Problems
0 of 29 min
22
Image of Basic Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium
Basic Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium
0 of 30 min
23
Image of An Introduction to the Equilibrium Constant
An Introduction to the Equilibrium Constant
0 of 30 min
24
Image of Interpreting an Equilibrium Constant
Interpreting an Equilibrium Constant
0 of 29 min
25
Image of Le Chatelier's Principle—Concentration
Le Chatelier's Principle—Concentration
0 of 31 min
26
Image of Le Chatelier—Pressure and Temperature
Le Chatelier—Pressure and Temperature
0 of 30 min
27
Image of An Introduction to Equilibrium Problems
An Introduction to Equilibrium Problems
0 of 30 min
28
Image of The Self-Ionization of Water
The Self-Ionization of Water
0 of 30 min
29
Image of Strong Acids and Bases—General Properties
Strong Acids and Bases—General Properties
0 of 31 min
30
Image of Solving Strong Acid and Base Problems
Solving Strong Acid and Base Problems
0 of 27 min
31
Image of Weak Acids and Bases
Weak Acids and Bases
0 of 32 min
32
Image of Titrating Acids and Bases
Titrating Acids and Bases
0 of 30 min
33
Image of Titration Curves and Indicators
Titration Curves and Indicators
0 of 29 min
34
Image of Solubility Equilibria—Principles, Problems
Solubility Equilibria—Principles, Problems
0 of 30 min
35
Image of Solubility Equilibria—Common Ion Effect
Solubility Equilibria—Common Ion Effect
0 of 31 min
36
Image of Putting It All Together
Putting It All Together
0 of 31 min

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August 16, 2018

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July 9, 2018

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g********t
June 28, 2018
I gave a review stating the answers were not present to the question. I was wrong! I am so use to them being in an appendix that a missed that they started on page 95. I did this as a review as my granddaughter is now taking high school chemistry and I wanted to be up to date since I last took chemistry in 1975 and did not use much of it in a formal way in my work. I did 6 lessons a day and was going back to answer the questions to make sure I both remember and apply the correct logic to the problems. I was great going through it an well worth while.

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