Professor David Laude

CH302 - Principles of Chemistry - Spring 2011


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Here you will find my lecture notes for CH302 in chronological order. They provide a relatively concise idea of what I want you to learn from the text.
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Review notes on the 8 question types for quiz 4

A Review of High School Chemistry: Chemical Compounds and Compositional Stoichiometry
A Review of High School Chemistry: Reaction and Solution Stoichiometry
A Review of High School Chemistry: Descriptive Chemistry
A Review of High School Chemistry: Organic Chemistry
Lecture 1: Physical Equilibria and the Clausius Clapeyron Equation
Lecture 2: Physical Equilibria and Phase Transitions
Lecture 3: Physical Equilibria and Mixing
Lecture 4: Physical Equilibria and Colligative Properties
Lecture 5: Chemical Equilibria and the Law of Mass Action
Lecture 6: Chemical Equilibria and the RICE problem solving strategy
Lecture 7: Chemical Equilibria and LeChatelier
Lecture 7 Addendum: Van't Hoff Equation and the Relationship Between T and K
Lecture 8: Autoprotolysis of Water
Lecture 9: Simple Aqueous Solubility Calculations
Lecture 10: Simple Aqueous Strong Acid and Base Calculations
Lecture 11: Simple Aqueous Weak Acid and Base Calculations
Lecture 12: Buffers and Neutralization
Lecture 13: Modeling the Titration Experiment
Lecture 14: Summary: A Stepwise Approach to Solving Acid Base Problems
Lecture 14 Addendum: Deep Thoughts on Acid/Base Cehmistry to Cement Your Understanding
Lecture 15: Complex Equilibria--When Approximations Aren't Okay
Lecture 16: The End of Acids and Bases--Polyprotic Acid Equilibria
Lecture 17: A Big Introduction to Electrochemistry
Lecture 18: Electrochemistry gets more quantitative
Lecture 19: Introduction to Kinetics
Lecture 20: Differential and Integral Kinetics Calculations
Lecture 21: How to Determine Reaction Orders
Lecture 22: Kinetics Theory and Reaction Mechanisms
Lectures 23 and 24: Famous catalysts and batteries
Lecture 25: Main Group Chemistry
Lecture 26: Organic Chemistry
Lecture 27: Polymer and Biochemistry