Download TTC Video: High School – Chemistry 2nd Edition Frank Cardulla

 Download  TTC Video: High School – Chemistry 2nd Edition The Great Courses by Professor Frank Cardulla. Chemistry teachers will tell you that there is an experience they have all had many times. Someone will ask them, “What do you do for a living?” and when they reply, “I’m a chemistry teacher,” the all-too-common response is: “That was my worst subject!” Why is that? Is high school chemistry just so intrinsically difficult that only students with great intellectual gifts are capable of succeeding without heroic efforts? Frank Cardulla doesn’t believe that for a moment, and he will hopefully convince you, as he has thousands of high school students, that “chemistry is the easiest class in school.”

The course opens with several lectures that outline the instructor’s teaching philosophy and demonstrate how students can use logical thinking to help them solve chemistry problems. In subsequent lectures, Professor Cardulla applies these problem-solving skills to key topics in introductory chemistry:

– The periodic table
– Balancing chemical equations
– Elements, atoms, ions, and isotopes
– Density
– Equilibrium
– Le Chatelier’s Principle
– Stoichiometry
– Titration
– Molarity
– Acids and bases

Lectures:

  • 1-Introduction and Philosophy
  • 2-Basic Concepts of Quantitative Reasoning
  • 3-Quantitative Reasoning in Everyday Life
  • 4-Quantitative Reasoning in Chemistry—Density
  • 5-The SI (Metric) System of Measurement
  • 6-Converting between Systems of Measurement
  • 7-Elements, Atoms, and the Periodic Table
  • 8-Ions, Compounds, and Interpreting Formulas
  • 9-Isotopes and Families of Elements
  • 10-The Mole
  • 11-Solving Mole Problems
  • 12-Avogadro’s Hypothesis and Molar Volume
  • 13-Percent Composition and Empirical Formulas
  • 14-Solving Empirical Formula Problems
  • 15-Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations
  • 16-An Introduction to Stoichiometry
  • 17-Stoichiometry Problems
  • 18-Advanced Stoichiometry
  • 19-An Introduction to Molarity
  • 20-Solving Molarity Problems
  • 21-Advanced Molarity Problems
  • 22-Basic Concepts of Chemical Equilibrium
  • 23-An Introduction to the Equilibrium Constant
  • 24-Interpreting an Equilibrium Constant
  • 25-Le Chatelier’s Principle—Concentration
  • 26-Le Chatelier—Pressure and Temperature
  • 27-An Introduction to Equilibrium Problems
  • 28-The Self-Ionization of Water
  • 29-Strong Acids and Bases—General Properties
  • 30-Solving Strong Acid and Base Problems
  • 31-Weak Acids and Bases
  • 32-Titrating Acids and Bases
  • 33-Titration Curves and Indicators
  • 34-Solubility Equilibria—Principles, Problems
  • 35-Solubility Equilibria—Common Ion Effect
  • 36-Putting It All Together

File Size: 11 GB
Language: English
Video Format: MP4
Audio: MP3 | 102 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels
Duration: 18:00:45
Video Quality: 1280×720 | XviD ~672 Kbps | 29.970 fps

 

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