Introductory Chemistry

Recent Lecture Syllabus:

Chemistry 1410 F2F Syllabus Spring 2016

Recent Lab Syllabus:

Chemistry 1492 Syllabus Summer 2016

Introductory Chemistry Lecture Videos:

Chemistry Video Lectures

Chemistry Topic Video Contents Website Link Video Times
Introduction This lecture comprises the physical and chemical properties and scientific method. The discussion includes states of matter, physical and chemical properties, the scientific method, and the origins of chemistry. 33 min 28 s
The Math of Chemistry: Part 1; Significant Figures, Scientific Notation and Units Here is the 1st part of the lecture on the math of chemistry. This lecture includes a discussion of significant figures, scientific notation, and units. 28 min 53 s
The Math of Chemistry: Part 2, Unit Analysis and Algebraic Manipulation Here is the 2nd part of the math of chemistry. This lecture includes a discussion of unit analysis and algebraic manipulation. 44 min 44 s
Pure Substances vs. Mixtures This lecture discusses pure substances vs mixtures 23 min 51 s
Atomic Theory This lecture comprises atomic theory and early atomic models.  The discussion includes the laws leading up to Dalton’s atomic theory, Dalton’s atomic theory, and the early atomic models. 17 min 10 s
Periodic Table This lecture comprises a discussion of the periodic table.  The discussion includes atomic numbers, atomic mass, isotopes, atomic weight, and the periodic table. 28 min 39 s
Quantum Mechanics Part 1: Light Here is the 1st part of the lecture on quantum mechanics. This lecture includes a discussion of light and how it’s the analogy for electrons, as well as Planck’s equation (and its application). 25 min 9 s
Quantum Mechanics Part 2: Atomic Models This lecture discusses the atomic models, including Thomson’s atomic model, Rutherford’s nuclear discovery, and Bohr’s atomic model. 17 min 51 s
Quantum Mechanics Part 3: Modern Model This lecture discusses Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle and the Modern atomic model. 7 min 4 s
Electron Configurations and Periodic Trends This is a discussion of electron configurations and periodic trends. 30 min 54 s
Part 1: Nomenclature This lecture comprises the first lecture of a two part series on nomenclature.  The discussion includes ionic compounds, ions, and naming ionic compounds. 36 min 59 s
Part 2: Nomenclature This lecture comprises the second lecture of a two part series on nomenclature.  The discussion includes covalent compounds, acids, and naming both covalent compounds and acids. 15 min 17 s
The Mole This lecture comprises a discussion of the mole.  The discussion includes the mole, Avogadro’s number, Molar Mass, and conversions using the mole, including particles to moles to grams and percent composition. 32 min 15 s
Empirical and Molecular Formulas This lecture comprises a discussion of empirical and molecular formulas.  The discussion includes finding empirical formulas and molecular formulas, and goes hand-in-hand with the pdf slide for a practice problem. 16 min 56 s
Balancing Equations This lecture comprises a discussion of balancing equations.  The discussion includes balancing chemical reactions as well as the patterns of reactions. 27 min
Exchange Reactions in Solutions This lecture discusses exchange reactions in solution, particularly precipitation reactions and acid/base neutralizations.  It also discusses how to predict products and how to find spectator ions, as well as total and net ionic equations. 28 min 16 s
Oxidation/Reduction This lecture discusses redox reactions.  It discusses how to find oxidation numbers, and how to determine what’s oxidized, reduced, the oxidizing agent, the reducing agent, and how to show the flow of electrons for a voltaic cell.  Also includes a brief introduction to batteries. 32 min 12 s
Stoichiometry Part 1 – Mole Relationships These lectures comprise a discussion of stoichiometry, including mole relationships, mass relationships with an excess and limiting reactant, and percent yields. 18 min 10 s
Stoichiometry Part 2 – Mass Relationships with an Excess Reactant 15 min 4 s
Stoichiometry Part 3 – Mass Relationships with a Limiting Reactant 20 min 23 s
Stoichiometry Part 4 – Percent Yield 9 min 22 s
Lewis Dot Structures: The Basics This lecture discusses lewis dot structures mainly. 29 min 47 s
VSEPR Theory: The Basics This is the lecture that describes VSEPR theory. 31 min 35 s
Polarity This is the video lecture for electronegativity, bond polarity, and molecular polarity. 24 min 21 s
Organic Chemistry Part 1: Organic Compounds These lectures discuss organic chemistry, including naming organic compounds, isomers, and functional groups. 6 min 49 s
Organic Chemistry Part 2: Naming Organic Compounds 26 min 24 s
Organic Chemistry Part 3: Organic Isomers 10 min 12 s
Organic Chemistry Part 4: Cyclic Hydrocarbons 7 min 14 s
Organic Chemistry Part 5: Functional Groups 43 min 29 s
Vapor Pressure and Boiling Points This lecture includes a discussion of vapor pressure, boiling points, and intermolecular forces. 11 min 46 s
Heating Curves and Phase Diagrams This lecture includes a discussion of phase diagrams and heating curves. 13 min 43 s
Solutions This lecture is an introduction to solutions.  It covers concentration, molarity, and preparation of solutions. 15 min 58 s
Solution Stoichiometry This lecture discusses solution stoichiometry, including titration. 20 min 20 s
Acid/Base Equilibrium Part 1: Acid/Base Definitions This lecture discusses the different acid and base definitions. 17 min 38 s
Acid/Base Equilibrium Part 2: Strong vs. Weak Acids and Bases This lecture discusses strong vs weak acids and bases. 9 min 42 s
Nuclear Chemistry, Part 1: Radioactive Decay This lecture discusses radioactive decay in nuclear chemistry. 20 min 35 s
Ideal Gases This lecture discusses ideal gases.  It includes Boyle’s law, Charles’s law, Avogadro’s law, the combined gas equation and the ideal gas law. 29 min 49 s