Download Chemistry and Our Universe: How It All Works

Download Chemistry and Our Universe: How It All Works The Great Courses is your in-depth introduction to this vital field, taught over 60 visually innovative half-hour lectures that are suitable for the chemist in all of us, no matter what our background. Covering a year’s worth of introductory general chemistry at the college level, plus intriguing topics that are rarely discussed in the classroom, this amazingly comprehensive course requires nothing more advanced than high-school math.

Employing simple concepts, logical reasoning, and vivid graphics that illuminate the wonders of chemistry, these lectures make essential concepts crystal clear. Best of all, this highly interactive approach features extensive hands-on, dramatic demonstrations, from which you will gain extraordinary insight into how the universe works.Movie Our world is ruled by chemistry. The air we breathe is nitrogen, oxygen, and trace gases. The clothing we wear is cellulose, protein, or synthetic polymers. When we take to the road, we are propelled by the combustion of hydrocarbons or the reactions inside storage batteries. Look around and everything you see is the product of chemistry—including the sunlight pouring through the window, which originates in the fusion of atoms at the core of the sun.

Content

  • Is Chemistry the Science of Everything?
  • Matter and Measurement
  • Wave Nature of Light
  • Particle Nature of Light
  • Basic Structure of the Atom
  • Electronic Structure of the Atom
  • Periodic Trends: Navigating the Table
  • Compounds and Chemical Formulas
  • Joining Atoms: The Chemical Bond
  • Mapping Molecules: Lewis Structures
  • VSEPR Theory and Molecular Geometry
  • Hybridization of Orbitals
  • Molecular Orbital Theory
  • Communicating Chemical Reactions
  • Chemical Accounting: Stoichiometry
  • Enthalpy and Calorimetry
  • Hess’s Law and Heats of Formation
  • Entropy: The Role of Randomness
  • Influence of Free Energy
  • Intermolecular Forces
  • Phase Changes in Matter
  • Behavior of Gases: Gas Laws
  • Kinetic Molecular Theory
  • Liquids and Their Properties
  • Metals and Ionic Solids
  • Covalent Solids
  • Mixing It Up: Solutions
  • Solubility and Saturation
  • Colligative Properties of Solutions
  • Modeling Reaction Rates
  • Temperature and Reaction Rates
  • Reaction Mechanisms and Catalysis
  • The Back and Forth of Equilibrium
  • Manipulating Chemical Equilibrium
  • Acids, Bases, and the pH Scale
  • Weak Acids and Bases
  • Acid-Base Reactions and Buffers
  • Polyprotic Acids
  • Structural Basis for Acidity
  • Electron Exchange: Redox Reactions
  • Electromotive Force and Free Energy
  • Storing Electrical Potential: Batteries
  • Nuclear Chemistry and Radiation
  • Binding Energy and the Mass Defect
  • Breaking Things Down: Nuclear Fission
  • Building Things Up: Nuclear Fusion
  • Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • Heteroatoms and Functional Groups
  • Reactions in Organic Chemistry
  • Synthetic Polymers
  • Biological Polymers
  • Medicinal Chemistry
  • Poisons, Toxins, and Venoms
  • Chemical Weapons
  • Tapping Chemical Energy: Fuels
  • Unleashing Chemical Energy: Explosives
  • Chemistry of the Earth
  • Chemistry of Our Oceans
  • Atmospheric Chemistry
  • Chemistry, Life, and the Cosmos

Course details

  • Producer: TTC
  • Lecturer: Ron B. Davis Jr
  • Video: MP4  856×480
  • Audio: AAC, 48Khz, 2ch
  • Duration: 30h 18 min
  • Size: 16 GB
  • Language: English

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