Download The Fundamentals of General Chemistry Course 2023

The fundamentals of general chemistry video course description and objectives by udemy cover an overview of chemistry topics. this course will serve as your gateway to the realm of chemistry. Chemistry is the science that investigates the composition, properties, structure, and transformations of matter. It encompasses a wide range of topics, from the behavior of individual atoms to the complex reactions that occur in living organisms.

In this course, we will embark on a journey to explore the fundamental principles and theories that underpin this diverse discipline. Throughout our exploration, we will learn about the periodic table, which serves as a map for understanding the elements and their properties. We will uncover the intricacies of chemical bonding, discovering how atoms come together to form molecules and compounds with unique characteristics. We will investigate the forces that govern the behavior of matter, examining topics such as intermolecular forces, states of matter, and solutions.

What you’ll learn

  • What is Chemistry? 5 Branches of Chemistry
  • Introduction to the Periodic Table – Dmitri Mendeleev
  • Metals – where metallic elements are found on the periodic table
  • Why elements are organized into columns – periodicity of chemical behavior/ Periodic Law

Course content

  • Section 1: Introduction to the Periodic Table – Dmitri Mendeleev
  • Lecture 1 Introduction to the Periodic Table – Dmitri Mendeleev
  • Section 2: History of the Atom (Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, and Bohr Models)
  • Lecture 2 History of the Atom (Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, and Bohr Models)
  • Section 3: What is a metal? Metallic Bonds
  • Lecture 3 What is a metal? Metallic Bonds
  • Section 4: What is an Ionic Bond (Intramolecular Forces)
  • Lecture 4 What is an Ionic Bond (Intramolecular Forces)
  • Section 5: What is a Covalent Bond – Polar & Nonpolar – Intramolecular Forces
  • Lecture 5 What is a Covalent Bond – Polar & Nonpolar – Intramolecular Forces
  • Section 6: Ionic Bonds vs Covalent Bonds (Which is STRONGER)
  • Lecture 6 Ionic Bonds vs Covalent Bonds (Which is STRONGER)
  • Section 7: What are Intermolecular Forces? Chemical Bonds? Chemistry
  • Lecture 7 What are Intermolecular Forces? Chemical Bonds? Chemistry
  • Section 8: Boyle’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Lecture 8 Boyle’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Section 9: Charles’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Lecture 9 Charles’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Section 10: Gay-Lussac’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Lecture 10 Gay-Lussac’s Law (Gas Laws) with 2 example problems
  • Section 11: How to Write Electron Configuration 6 examples + Exceptions Chromium & Copper
  • Lecture 11 How to Write Electron Configuration 6 examples + Exceptions Chromium & Copper
  • Section 12: What is pH ; How to Calculate pH (3 examples)
  • Lecture 12 What is pH ; How to Calculate pH (3 examples)
  • Section 13: Balancing Chemical Equations by Inspection, Counting Atoms (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 13 Balancing Chemical Equations by Inspection, Counting Atoms (Chemistry)
  • Section 14: Balancing Chemical Equations with Algebra (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 14 Balancing Chemical Equations with Algebra (Chemistry)
  • Section 15: Intro to Unit Conversion (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Lecture 15 Intro to Unit Conversion (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Section 16: Advanced Unit Conversion (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Lecture 16 Advanced Unit Conversion (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Section 17: Significant Figures Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide Sig Figs Chemistry Physic
  • Lecture 17 Significant Figures Add, Subtract, Multiply & Divide Sig Figs Chemistry Physic
  • Section 18: Scientific Notation very BIG & very SMALL numbers (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Lecture 18 Scientific Notation very BIG & very SMALL numbers (Chemistry, Physics)
  • Section 19: The MOLE & Avogadro’s Number (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 19 The MOLE & Avogadro’s Number (Chemistry)
  • Section 20: Average Atomic Mass amu and Daltons (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 20 Average Atomic Mass amu and Daltons (Chemistry)
  • Section 21: Molar Mass and Gram Molecular Mass (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 21 Molar Mass and Gram Molecular Mass (Chemistry)
  • Section 22: Molecular Formula vs Empirical Formula (Chemistry)
  • Lecture 22 Molecular Formula vs Empirical Formula (Chemistry)
  • Section 23: Chemistry Percent Composition – 2 example problems
  • Lecture 23 Chemistry Percent Composition – 2 example problems
  • Section 24: Intro to Stoichiometry – Moles & Grams + Example Problems – Chemistry
  • Lecture 24 Intro to Stoichiometry – Moles & Grams + Example Problems – Chemistry – P1
  • Lecture 25 Intro to Stoichiometry – Moles & Grams + Example Problems – Chemistry – P2
  • Section 25: Chemistry Limiting Reactants Limiting Reagents – 2 example problems
  • Lecture 26 Chemistry Limiting Reactants Limiting Reagents – 2 example problems

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 3h 25 m
  • Number of lessons:  26 lectures
  • Language: English
  • Compressed file size: 3.5 GB
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