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High School Level: Chemistry


(30 lectures, 30 minutes/lecture) Course No. 111
Taught by Frank Cardulla
Retired, Niles North High School, Chicago, Illinois
M.S., University of Illinois
1. Introduction and Philosophy
2. Quantitative Reasoning in Life and Chemistry (Part I)
3. Quantitative Reasoning in Life and Chemistry (Part II)
4. Density
5. The SI (Metric) System of Measurement
6. Converting between Systems of Measurement
7. The Mole Concept: Preliminary Ideas
8. The Mole
9. Solving Mole Problems
10. Avogadro's Hypothesis and Molar Volume
11. Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
12. Solving Empirical Formula Problems
13. Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations
14. An Introduction to Stoichiometry
15. Stoichiometry Problems
16. Advanced Stoichiometry
17. An Introduction to Molarity
18. Solving Molarity Problems
19. Additional Molarity Problems
20. Basic Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium (Part I)
21. Basic Concepts of Equilibrium (Part II)
22. Interpreting an Equilibrium Constant
23. Le Chatelier's Principle (Part I)
24. Le Chatelier's Principle (Part II)
25. An Introduction to Equilibrium Problems
26. The Self-Ionization of Water
27. Strong Acids and Bases (Part I)
28. Strong Acids and Bases (Part II)
29. Weak Acids and Bases
30. Solubility Equilibria

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