General Chemistry the complete guide

  • Course level: Beginner
  • Categories C-Science
  • Last Update 23/06/2021


General Chemistry is a basic course for a broad range of students from different fields of science and engineering. This course is designed to help you get a firm grasp of the most important topics in chemistry that you need to know to do great in your exams and classes.

By the end of the course, you’ll learn the principles and important concepts regarding the matter, atoms, solutions, phases, chemical reactions, equilibrium, kinetics, acids and bases and so much more. Moreover, there are many standard example questions so you can practice what you’ve learned and a step-by-step solution procedure that will teach you strategies to tackle various types of problems.

Who this course is for:

  1. Chemistry or Science major students
  2. Engineering students from Chemical Engineering
  3. Engineering students from Mechanical Engineering Material majors
  4. Engineering students from Material Engineering
  5. Students from some of the majors of Medicine and Pharmaceutical
  6. High School Students
  7. Anyone who wishes to expand their knowledge of chemistry

What Will I Learn?

  • -help you get a firm grasp over the most important topics in chemistry chemistry that you need to know in order to do great in your exams and classes.
  • Become an expert in General Chemistry and improving their skills on going to the next level. Pre-requisite for all chemical engineering topics
  • matter
  • atoms
  • phases
  • chemical reactions
  • equilibrium
  • kinetics
  • acids
  • bases and so much more.

Topics for this course

80 Lessons

General Chemistry

Introduction to Chemistry00:00:00
Types of Matter: Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures00:00:00
Measurement and Significant Figures00:00:00
Scientific Notation and Dimensional Analysis00:00:00
History of Atomic Theory00:00:00
Nuclide Symbols: Atomic Number, Mass Number, Ions, and Isotopes00:00:00
Balancing Chemical Equations00:00:00
The Mole: Avogadro’s Number and Stoichiometry00:00:00
Limiting Reagents and Percent Yield00:00:00
Elemental Analysis: Empirical and Molecular Formulas00:00:00
Kinetic Molecular Theory and the Ideal Gas Laws00:00:00
Wave-Particle Duality and the Photoelectric Effect00:00:00
Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom00:00:00
Quantum Mechanics of the Electron00:00:00
Quantum Numbers, Atomic Orbitals, and Electron Configurations00:00:00
The Periodic Table: Atomic Radius, Ionization Energy, and Electronegativity00:00:00
The Chemical Bond: Covalent vs. Ionic and Polar vs. Nonpolar00:00:00
Naming Ionic Compounds00:00:00
Lewis Dot Structures00:00:00
VSEPR Theory and Molecular Geometry00:00:00
Intermolecular Forces and Boiling Points00:00:00
Thermochemistry: Heat and Enthalpy00:00:00
Hess’s Law and Heats of Formation00:00:00
Heat Capacity, Specific Heat, and Calorimetry00:00:00
Phase Changes, Heats of Fusion and Vaporization, and Phase Diagrams00:00:00
Solution Chemistry and Net Ionic Equations00:00:00
Molarity and Dilution00:00:00
Solubility and the Born-Haber Cycle00:00:00
Molality and Colligative Properties00:00:00
The Laws of Thermodynamics, Entropy, and Gibbs Free Energy00:00:00
Kinetics: Initial Rates and Integrated Rate Laws00:00:00
Energy Diagrams, Catalysts, and Reaction Mechanisms00:00:00
Chemical Equilibria and Reaction Quotients00:00:00
Le Chatelier’s Principle00:00:00
Valence Bond Theory, Hybrid Orbitals, and Molecular Orbital Theory00:00:00
Acids and Bases, pH and pOH00:00:00
Acid-Base Equilibria and Buffer Solutions00:00:00
Acid-Base Titration00:00:00
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions00:00:00
Nuclear Reactions, Radioactivity, Fission and Fusion00:00:00
Accuracy and Precision for Data Collection00:00:00
Converting Between Temperature Scales (Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin)00:00:00
Visualizing Molecular Geometry With 3D Software00:00:00
Calculating Percent Error00:00:00
Nomenclature of Oxyacids00:00:00
Nomenclature of Hydrated Salts00:00:00
Writing Chemical Equations in Words00:00:00
The Law of Conservation of Matter00:00:00
Expressing Concentration by Mass Percent00:00:00
Calculating the Formulas of Hydrated Salts00:00:00
What Are Electrolytes?00:00:00
Calculating Ion Concentrations in Solution00:00:00
Neutralization Reactions00:00:00
Dalton’s Law and Partial Pressures00:00:00
What Are Standard Conditions?00:00:00
Molar Gas Volume: Stoichiometry With Gases00:00:00
Kinetic Molecular Theory and its Postulates00:00:00
Temperature and Gas Solubility00:00:00
Balancing Redox Reactions in Acidic and Basic Conditions00:00:00
Pseudo Noble Gas Electron Configurations00:00:00
Complex Ion Formation00:00:00
Lattice Structures in Ionic Solids00:00:00
Covalent Bond Energy and Length00:00:00
Limitations of VSEPR Theory00:00:00
Examples of s-p Mixing in Molecular Orbital Theory00:00:00
Measuring Pressure With Barometers and Manometers00:00:00
Non-Ideal Gases and the Van der Waals Equation00:00:00
Viscosity, Cohesive and Adhesive Forces, Surface Tension, and Capillary Action00:00:00
Types of Colloids and Their Properties00:00:00
Solubility Product Constant (Ksp)00:00:00
Predicting Precipitation With Ksp Values00:00:00
Selective Precipitation00:00:00
The Common Ion Effect00:00:00
Coordination Compounds: Geometry and Nomenclature00:00:00
Crystal Field Theory00:00:00
Radiometric Dating: Carbon-14 and Uranium-23800:00:00
Conductivity and Semiconductors00:00:00
Spectrophotometry and Beer’s Law00:00:00
The Chemistry of Air Purification00:00:00
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