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Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry

Contents

  1. Introduction to Chemistry

  • Concept of Matter.
  • Classification of Matter.
  • Elements and Compounds.
  • Homogenous and Heterogeneous Mixtures.
  • Chemical Properties.
  • Concept of Density.
  1. Atomic Mass

  • Electrons, Protons and Neutrons.
  • Atomic Number and Atomic Mass.
  • Isotopes and Isotopic abundance.
  • Weighted Atomic Mass.
  1. Ionic Compounds

  • Cations, Anions.
  • Polyatomic Ions.
  • Naming Ionic and Hydrated Compounds.
  1. Moles

  • The Moles
  • Molar Mass.
  • Convert Mass to Mole.
  • Convert Mole to Mass.
  • Avogadro’s number.
  1. Elemental Analysis

  • Percent Composition.
  • Mass Percent.
  • Molecular Formula.
  • Empirical Formula.
  1. Balancing Reactions

  • Balancing Reactions.
  1. Stoichiometry

  • Stoichiometric Reactions.
  • Mole Ratio.
  1. Limiting Reagents / Reactions

  • Limiting Reagents / Reactions.
  1. Molarity and Concentration

  • Molarity and Concentration.
  • Molarity Ions in Solutions.
  1. Solution Reactions

  • Stoichiometry of Solution Reactions.
  1. Net Ionic Equations

  • Solubility Rules.
  • Double Replacement Reactions.
  • Net Ionic Equations.
  1. Titration

  • Strong Acid and Strong Base Titration.
  1. Oxidation Numbers

  • Oxidation Numbers.
  1. Oxidation and Reduction (Redox)

  • Oxidation and Reduction.
  • Oxidizing or Reducing Agents.
  1. Ideal Gas Laws

  • Gas Properties: Pressure, Volume and Temperature.
  • Concept of STP.
  1. Gas Law Reactions

  • Stoichiometric of Gas Reactions.
  1. Ideal Gas Mixtures

  • Partial Pressures and Partial Volumes.
  • Mole Fraction.
  • Stoichiometric of Gas Mixtures.
  1. First Law of Thermodymics

  • Kinetic Energy
  • System
  • Internal energy
  • Heat
  • Work
  1. Enthalpy

  • Endothermic reactions
  • Exothermic reactions
  1. Heat Capacity

  • Heat capacity
  • Specific heat
  • Bomb calorimetry
  1. Hess’s Law

  • Hess’s Law
  1. Heat of Formation

  • Standard heats of formation
  1. Electromagnetic Radiation and Photons

  • Electromagnetic Radiation
  • Electromagnetic Spectrum
  • Wavelength and Frequency of Photons
  • Energy of the photon
  1. Bohr Hydrogen Model

  • Bohr Hydrogen Model
  • Electron Shells ( Energy Levels)
  • Energy of Electron Transitions in a Hydrogen atom
  • De Broglie wavelength
  1. Quantum Numbers

  • The Four Quantum Numbers
  1. Electron Configuration 1

  • Orbitals
  • Electron Spin
  • Sub-shells
  • Orbital Diagrams
  • Filling Orbital Diagrams
  1. Electron Configuration 2

  • Noble gas Electron Configuration
  • Electron Configuration of ions
  1. Electron Configuration 3

  • Valence Electrons and
  1. Electron Configuration 4

  • Exceptions of Electron Configuration
  • Para-magnetic or Dia-magnetic Atoms / Ions
  1. Periodic Table Trends

  • Atomic Radius
  • Ionic Radius
  • Ionization Energy
  • Electron Affinity
  • Metallic and Non-metallic Characters
  1. Lewis Dot Diagrams

  • Lewis Dot Diagram for Single Elements
  • Lewis Dot Diagram for Ionic Compounds
  1. Lewis Structures 1

  • Lewis Structures for Simple Covalently Bonded Molecules
  1. Lewis Structures 2

  • Lewis Structures for Complex Molecules
  1. Electronegativity

  • Trends of Electronegativity
  • Polar Bonds
  • Dipole Moments
  1. Formal Charges

  • Calculating Formal Charges in Simple Lewis Structures
  1. Lewis Structures 3

  • Calculating Formal Charges in Complex Lewis Structures
  1. Resonance

  • Drawing Multiple Resonance Structures.
  1. Lewis Structures 4

  • Lewis Structure Exceptions
  • Electron Deficient Molecules or Compounds
  • Electron Expanded Molecules or Compounds
  1. Lewis Structures 4

  • Multiple Practice Problems of Lewis Structures
  1. Bond Energy

  • Relationship between Bond Length and Bond Energy
  • Heat of Balanced Chemical Reaction based on Bond Energies
  1. Molecular Geometry

  • VSEPR Geometry
  • Bond Angles
  • Hybridization
  • Geometry of Molecules with more than one Central Atom
  • Geometry of Molecules with Double Bonds
  1. Sigma and Pi Bonds

  • Structures of Sigma and Pi Bonds
  1. Molecular Polarity

  • Polar Molecules based on VSEPR Geometry
  • Non- Polar Molecules based on VSEPR Geometry
  1. Molecular Orbitals

  • Molecular Orbital Diagrams
  • Bonding and Anti-Bonding Molecular Orbitals
  • Bond Order
  • Para-magnetism or Dia-magnetism Molecules based on Molecular Orbital Diagram
  1. Phase Changes

  • Fusion
  • Crystallization
  • Vaporization
  • Condensation
  • Sublimation
  • Deposition
  1. Vapor Pressure

  • Vapor Pressure of Liquids
  • Interpreting Phase Diagrams of Substances
  1. Intermolecular Forces

  • London Dispersion Forces
  • Dipole-Dipole Forces
  • Hydrogen Bonding
  • Ionic Bonding
  • Relationship of Intermolecular Forces to Melting or Boiling points
  1. Percent Concentration

  • Mass Percent of Components in a Solution
  • Volume Percent of Components in a Solution
  1. Molality

  • Molality of Solutions
  1. Raoult’s Law

  • Mole Fraction of a Component in a Solution
  • Vapor Pressure of a Component in a Solution
  1. Solubility Curves

  • Solubility Curves
  • Saturated, Unsaturated and Supersaturated Solutions
  1. Colligative Properties

  • Boiling Point Elevation based on  Molality and Van’t Hoff Factor
  • Freezing Point Depression based on  Molality and Van’t Hoff Factor
  • Osmotic Pressures of a Solution
  1. Rate of Reactions

  • Definition of Rate of Reactions
  • Average Rate of Production
  • Average Rate of Consumption
  1. The Rate Law

  • Definition of Rate Law
  • Rate Constant
  • Reaction Order
  • Rate Constant Units
  • Rate of a Reaction based on Experimental Data
  1. First Order Reactions

  • First Order Reaction
  • Concept of Half-Life
  1. Zero and Second Order Reactions

  • Zero Order Reaction
  • Second Order Reaction
  • Graphs of Reaction Orders
  1. Kinetics

  • Activation Energy
  • Collision Theory
  • Catalysts
  • Factors that affect the Rate of Reactions
  • Rate of Reaction Constant and Temperature
  1. Mechanisms

  • Mechanisms and Overall Rate Law
  1. Equilibrium Constant 1

  • The Definition of Equilibrium
  • Equilibrium Constant Expression
  1. Equilibrium Constant 2

  • Concentration Equilibrium Constant
  • Pressure Equilibrium Constant
  1. Reaction Quotient

  • The Definition of Reaction Quotient
  • Mathematical problems for Reaction Quotient
  1. Le Chatelier’s Principle

  • The Definition of Le Chatelier’s Principle
  1. Equilibrium Problems

  • Using ICE Charts to solve Equilibrium Problems
  1. Brønsted-Lowry and Arrhenius Acids and Bases

  • Definition of Strong Acids and Strong Bases
  • Definition of Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases
  • Relative Strengths of Conjugate Acids and Conjugate Bases
  1. pH, pOH,

  • Acid and Base Dissociation Constant
  • Acid and Base Dissociation Constant Expressions
  • Calculating pHand pOH of Acidic and Basic Solution
  1. Weak Acids and Weak Bases 1

  • CalculatingpH of Weak Acids or Weak Bases
  • Polyprotic Acids
  1. Weak Acids and Weak Bases 2

  • Using ICE Charts to find thepH of  Acidic or Basic Salts in Solution
  1. Weak Acids and Weak Bases 3

  • Buffer Solutions
  • Find the pHof Buffer Solutions
  • Common Ion Effect
  1. Weak Acids and Weak Bases 4

  • Acid – Base Indicators
  • Finding pH Titrating Weak Acid with Strong Base
  • Finding pH Titrating Weak Base with Strong Acid
  • Equivalence ( Neutralization ) Point
  1. Lewis Acids and Bases

  • Definition of Lewis Acids and Bases
  • Finding Lewis Acids and Bases in a Molecular Structures
  1. Solubility Product

  • Definition of Solubility Product (Ksp)
  • Solubility Product Expressions
  • Molar Solubility
  • Predicting Precipitations
  1. Entropy

  • Definition of Entropy
  • Positive and Negative Entropy
  • Phase Change of Entropy
  • Overall Change of Entropy
  • Standard Molar Entropies
  1. Spontaneity

  • The Concept of Free Energy
  • Relationship between Spontaneity, Enthalpy and Entropy
  • Prediction whether a process is Spontaneous
  1. Free Energy ( ) and Equilibrium Constant ( )

  • Calculating Free Energy from Entropy
  • Calculating Free Energy from Enthalpy
  • Calculating Free Energy from Standard Free Energy
  • Calculating Free Energy from Overall Equilibrium Constant
  1. Keq and Temperature

  • Vapor Pressure
  • Relationship between Equilibrium Constant and Temperature
  1. Redox Reactions

  • The Concept of Half-Reactions
  • Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic Conditions
  • Balancing Redox Reactions in Basic Conditions
  1. Voltaic Cells and

  • The Definition of Ecell and Voltaic Cell
  • Cell Line Notation
  • Relationship between Ecell and Spontaneity

78.,  and E cell and K eq

  • Relationship between Ecell, Free energy and Equilibrium Constant
  1. Concentration and E cell

  • Ecell of Non-Standard Conditions
  • Using Nernst Equation
  1. Electroplating

  • Definition of Charge (Coulomb) and Current (Ampere)
  • Electroplating Problems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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