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All about chemical equilibrium
1- Introduction to chemical equilibrium 2- The Le Châtelier principle 3- K and Q: what's the difference? 4- Writing and understanding equilibrium expressions 5- Understanding equilibrium calculations
Solutions: their chemistry and physical properties
1- Solutions and their concentrations 2- Solution types and energetics: why solutions form (or don't) 3- Solutions of non-volatile components: Raoult's law and colligative properties 4- Osmotic pressure and osmosis ...
All about electrochemistry
Introduction ; Galvanic cells and electrodes; Cell potentials and thermodynamics; The Nernst equation ; Applications of the Nernst equation ; Batteries and fuel cells ; Electrochemical corrosion ; Electrolytic cells ...
The measure of matter
Units and dimensions ; The meaning of measure; Significant figures and rounding off; Reliability of a measurement; Drawing conclusions from data;
Disorder and the spreading of energy ; How thermal energy is stored in molecules ; Energy spreading changes the world ; Quantum states, microstates and energy spreading ; Why do gases tend to expand and never ...
Thermodynamics of chemical equilibrium
1- Energy spreading drives spontaneous change 2- Entropy rules! ...but what is entropy? 3- The Second Law and the availability of energy 4- Free energy and the Gibbs function 4B- Thermodynamics of mixing and dilution 5- ...
Atomic structure and the periodic table
Quanta: a new view of the world; Light, particles and waves;The Bohr atom; The quantum atom; Atomic electron configurations; Periodic properties of the elements;
Three views of chemical bonding
Models of chemical bonding ; electron tunneling model; Polar covalence;
Survey of Environmental Geobiochemistry
This survey provides a quick overview of the chemistry of the world around us;
The basics of atoms, moles, formulas, equations, and nomenclature
The chapters in this unit are absolutely essential for anyone embarking on the serious study of Chemistry. The material covered here will be needed in virtually every topic you will encounter in the remainder of your ...