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Here you will find small Quicktime videoclips of me talking about my lecture material for CH302. You can also find these clips imbedded, by chapter and section, in the Atkins Dynamic Book..
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The files are in .mov format.
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 1 Dr. Laude gives quick review of Concepts Covered in 301
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 2 Dr. Laude Explains How Free Energy is related to equilibrium qualitative
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 3 Dr. Laude gives a survey of kinds of physical equilibria
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 4 Dr. Laude talks about Vapor Pressure Qualitatively
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 5 Dr. Laude Explains How IMF relates to vapor pressure
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 6 Dr. Laude gives Examples of Vapor Pressures.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 7 Dr. Laude talks about Temperature as it relates to vapor pressure
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 8 Dr. Laude derives C.C. and talks about the approximations.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 9 Dr. Laude Shows Plots of CC equation, combined CC equation and analyzes asumptions
CH 302 Lecture 1 Part 10 Dr. Laude reviews what was taught in lecture 1
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 1 Dr. Laude gives an introduction to phase diagrams
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 2 Dr. Laude discusses thermodynamics of phase changes
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 3 Dr. Laude discusses phase change calculations
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 4 Dr. Laude gives an introduction to heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 5 Dr. Laude talks about calculations involving heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 6 Dr. Laude talks about the slope of heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 7 Dr. Laude talks about phase transitions and heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 8 Dr. Laude talks about zeroslope regions on heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 9 Dr. Laude talks about phase transition calculations involving heating curves
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 10 Dr. Laude gives an introduction to pressure temperature (PT) phase diagrams
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about Equilibrium lines on a PT diagram
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the triple point on a PT diagram
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 13 Dr. Laude talks about supercritical fluid on a PT diagram
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about solubility and supercritical fluid
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 15 Dr. Laude talks about the PT diagram of water
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 16 Dr. Laude takes a closer look at the PT diagram of water
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 17 Dr. Laude navigates a PT diagram
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 18 Dr. Laude talks about the PT diagram for carbon
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 19 Dr. Laude talks about the PT diagram for He
CH 302 Lecture 2 Part 20 Dr. Laude summarizes phase diagrams
CH 302 Lecture 3 Part 1 Dr. Laude Introduces Mixtures that matter in CH 302
CH 302 Lecture 3 Part 2 Dr. Laude talks about SL LG LL mixing examples
CH 302 Lecture 3 Part 3 Dr. Laude talks about applying thermodynamics to mixing
CH 302 Lecture 3 Part 4 Dr. Laude talks about Entropy in mixing
CH302 Lecture 3 part 5 Dr. Laude talks about delta H for dissolving
CH302 Lecture 3 Part 6 Dr. Laude goes into more detail about thermo of dissolving salts
CH302 Lecture 3 part 7 Dr. Laude talks about 2 step dissolving process and spontaniety
CH302 Lecture 3 Part 8 Dr. Laude talks about dissolving liquids in liquids
CH302 Lecture 3 part 9 Dr. Laude talks about soap
CH302 Lecture 3 part 10 Dr. Laude talks about dissolving gas in water
CH302 Lecture 3 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about temperature effects on gas in liquids
CH302 Lecture 3 part 12 Dr. Laude summarizes mixing and temperature effects
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces colligative properties
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 2 Dr. Laude offers an overview of four colligative properties
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 3 Dr. Laude shows the similairty between the equations of colligative properties
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 4 Dr. Laude reviews mole fraction, molality, and molarity calculations
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 5 Dr. Laude discusses the Van't Hoff factor
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 6 Dr. Laude talks about colligative property changes
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 7 Dr. Laude looks at Kf and Kb for various compounds
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 8 Dr. Laude talks about binary mixtures and vapor pressure calculations
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 9 Dr. Laude discusses theory of vapor pressure lowering
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 10 Dr. Laude shows an example of colligative property changes in binary mixtures
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about the theory behind freezing point depression
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the role of entropy in bp elevation.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 13 Dr. Laude talks about the role of entropy in fp depression.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about the theory of csmotic pressure change
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 15 Dr. Laude talks about the implications of osmotic pressure changes
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 16 Dr. Laude explains why you killed your pet fish when you were a kid
CH 302 Lecture 4 Part 17 Dr Laude talks about free energy and physical equilibria.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 1 Dr. Laude Introduces Chemical Equilibrium and Explains In Terms of Free Energy.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 2 Dr. Laude Explains How to Use K to determine if a reaction happens.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 3 Dr. Laude Defines the Reaction Quotient Q.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 4 Dr. Laude shows a reaction profile and explains how Q changes with time.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 5 Dr. Laude shows the reaction profiles of spontaneous and nonspontaneous reactions.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 6 Dr. Laude quantifies the relationship between G and K and introduces stress.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 7 Dr. Laude does the first part of the house party.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 8 Dr. Laude continues the house party, focusing on concentration stresses.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 9 Dr. Laude uses the house party to show how temperature changes the value of K.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 5 Part 10 Dr. Laude wraps up the house party and puts it into context.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 1 Dr. Laude Introduces RICE Tables and a Review of Chemical Equilibrium.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 2 Dr. Laude Predicts Which Way a Reaction Will Proceed Given Q and K.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 3 Dr. Laude Introduces the Rice Tables.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains the C in RICE.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 5 Dr. Laude shows off the simplest RICE problem where all equilbrium values are given.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 6 Dr. Laude talks about how to walk around the RICE matrix.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 7 Dr. Laude introduces the most common form of a RICE problem with a K and starting concentrations given
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 8 Dr. Laude develops the most common RICE calculation to arrive at a single variable for all equilbrium concentrations.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 9 Dr. Laude talks about how just because you have everything in terms of one variable, it doesn't mean you have an easy answer (unless you know how to use your calculator)
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 10 Dr. Laude talks about how one solves algebraic expressions in the RICE problems
CH 302 Lecture 6 Part 11 Dr. Laude offer up a Good Acid Base Example Involving RICE to make you think there is some value in all of this.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces lecture 7 and explains the difference between Q and K.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains why solids and liquids are ignored in the equilibrium expression.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 3 Dr. Laude shows the dynamic range of values for K.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains how to do a Q vs. K calculation.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 5 Dr. Laude fills in missing parts of a rice table using stoichiometry.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 6 Dr. Laude explains the relationship between delta G and K and reviews exponent math.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 7 Dr. Laude does some more exponent math and explains how to convert between different equilibrium constants for pressure and concentration.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 8 Dr. Laude introduces LeChateliers Principle and gives a general overview of solving the problems.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 9 Dr. Laude shows some examples of LeChateliers Principle involving concentration and pressure stresses.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 10 Dr. Laude discusses temperature as it relates to LeChateliers Principle and also shows some real world applications.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 11 Dr. Laude gives a qualitative overview of the Van't Hoff equation and relates it to the LeChatelier Principle.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about how CC and van't Hoff are the same and different.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 7 Part 13 Dr. Laude uses the Haber process to tie all the ideas of lecture 7 together.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 1 Dr. Laude Introduces Autodissocation of Water.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains the Autodissociation of Water Reaction and equilbrium expression.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 3 Dr. Laude goes off on a tangent about how water chemistry is so intimately tied to Acids and Bases.mp4.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 4 Dr. Laude introduces Kw.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 5 Dr. Laude talks about the Value of Kw.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 6 Dr. Laude introduces pH and pOH.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 7 Dr. Laude talks about how you can take log of anything and there you go, pKw.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 8 Dr. Laude destroys another myththe pH of Neutral Water is Rarely 7!.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 9 Dr. Laude talks about the Temperature Dependence of Kw.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 10 Dr. Laude loves to talk about how the pH of water isn't 7, cold, hot, he loves to talk
CH 302 Lecture 8 Part 11 Dr. Laude summarizes Lecture 8 and water protolysis (see, he used a different word than autodissociation)
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces the solubility product discusses solubility qualitatively.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 2 Dr. Laude gives a qualitative explanation for the solubility rules.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 3 Dr. Laude explains soluble salts, saturation, and designs an experiment to calculate Ksp of NaCl.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 4 Dr. Laude talks about sparingly soluble salts and shows all the formulas for salts.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 5 Dr. Laude shows how to use RICE tables when dissolving salts in water.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 9 Part 6 Dr. Laude develops a rule of thumb so you don't need RICE tables for simple solubility problems and summarizes solubility.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 1 Dr. Laude Introduces to Acids and Bases.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 2 Dr. Laude talks background on acids and bases.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 3 Dr. Laude introduces Ka and Kb.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 4 Dr. Laude characterizes Strong Acids and Bases.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 5 Dr. Laude wants you to know the Strong Acids.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 6 Dr. Laude tries to explain how if you would jsut learn the spectator ions life would be so much easiierpectator Ions.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 7 Dr. Laude provides a really great overview of acid and aase identification.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 8 Dr. Laude finally gets around to calculating the pH of Strong Acids.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 9 Dr. Laude calculates pOH for a Strong Base.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 10 Dr. Laude talks about more challenging strong acid/base calculationslike Ba(OH)2 which is on every test
CH 302 Lecture 10 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about how to get from pOH to pH and back
CH302 Lecture 11 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces weak acids and bases.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains what a weak acid is and why it is important.mp4
CH302 Lecture 11 Part 3 Dr. Laude explains HA and A.mov
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains B.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains BH+.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 6 Dr. Laude reviews A, A, B, and B+.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 7 Dr. Laude does a weak acid calculation.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 8 Dr. Laude does a salt calculation.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 11 Part 9 Dr. Laude derives the weak acid and base equation.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 1 Dr. Laude reviews the types of acidbase problems that have been previously covered.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 2 Dr. Laude defines and gives examples of buffers.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 3 Dr. Laude derives the equations describing buffers.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 4 Dr. Laude works a pair of buffer examples and makes it look easy (because it is).mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 5 Dr. Laude shows the typical pH range for the acidbase problems that he has solved so far.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 6 Dr. Laude explains the assumptions that went into forming the acidbase equations.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 7 Dr. Laude Introduces neutralizations.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 8 Dr. Laude discusses the 5 types of neutralization reactions and how to recognize them.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 9 Dr. Laude shows what happens when you add protons to a weak base and calculates the proton concentration every step of the way.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 10 Dr. Laude talks about buffer capacity.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 12 Part 11 Dr. Laude asks, is it a buffer?.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces titrations.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 2 Dr. Laude talks about the purpose of titrations.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 3 Dr. Laude introduces the idea of indicators.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 4 Dr. Laude talks about picking an appropriate indicator.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 5 Dr. Laude talks about developing titration curves experimentally.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 6 Dr. Laude models the titration curve.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 7 Dr. Laude introduces the four examples of titration curves.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 8 Dr Laude explains why a titration is always done with something strong.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 9 Dr. Laudes explains the direction of a titration curve.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 10 Dr Laudes talks about the strong titration strong case.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 11 Dr. Laudes talks about weak being titrated with strong.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the equivalence point for the weak titrated with strong.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 13 Dr. Laude talks about the half equivalence point for weak titrated with strong.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about the uncertainty in this simplified titration model.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 15 Dr. Laude talks about what is actually happening in titration experiments.mp4
Lecture 13 Part 16 Dr. Laude works through strong and strong titration calculation.mov
Lecture 13 Part 17 Dr. Laude works through a weak and strong titration calculation.mov
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 1Dr. Laude solves a strong acid, strong base, and a neutral solution.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 2 Dr. Laude works weak acid and weak base problems.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 3 Dr. Laude works some buffer problems.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 4 Dr. Laude works neutralization problems and shows when you need to divide by the volume.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 5 Dr. Laude works a titration to the equivalence point both the easy way and the hard way.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Part 6 Dr. Laude works the buffer neutralization problem the easy way and the hard way.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Addendum Part 1 Dr. Laude gives a broad overview of the pH range of the types of species that are encountered.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 14 Addendum Part 2 Dr. Laude gives some useful tips to think about while solving acid base problems on MC tests.mp4
CH302 Lecture 14 Addendum Part 3 Dr. Laude shows another way to think about acid base problems and inspires you to get to work on them.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces complex equilibria.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 2 Dr. Laude talks about how the current assumptions for acidbase chemistry are wrong.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 3 Dr. Laude goes over an example with complex equilibrium.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 4 Dr Laude explains when to take into account complex equilibrium.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 5 Dr. Laude talks about setting up complex equilibrium calculations.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 6 Dr. Laude talks about the equation types for complex equilibria.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 7 Dr. Laude sets up an example involving HCl.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 8 Dr. Laude sets up an example involving acetic acid.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains the dilute strong acid case.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 10 Dr. Laude talks about the common sense of the dilute strong acid case.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about the dilute weak acid case.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the assumptions within complex equilibrium for concentration values.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 13 Dr. Laude talks about the assumptions made within complex equilibrium for k values.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about the error involved with assumptions.mp4
CH 302 Lecture 15 Part 15 Dr. Laude reviews complex equilibria.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces polyprotic acids.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains the multiple k values for polyprotics.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 3 Dr. Laude talks about approximating polyprotics and multiple monoprotics.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 4 Dr. Laude works through the formalism of polyprotic acids.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains how to simplify polyprotic acid problems.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 6 Dr. Laude works through the first 4 steps of a polyprotic acid titration.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 7 Dr. Laude works through the last two steps of a polyprotic acid titration.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 8 Dr. Laude develops a polyprotic titration curve.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains alpha diagrams.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 10 Dr. Laude talks about titration curves and alpha diagrams in reality.mp4
Lecture 16 Part 11 Dr. Laude summarizes polyprotic acids.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains the importance of the electron in electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 3 Dr. Laude contrasts the idea of charge with mass.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 4 Dr. Laude asks the question Does the oxidation state change?.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 5 Dr. Laude introduces redox reactions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 6 Dr. Laudes reviews how to assign oxidation numbers.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 7 Dr. Laude explains redox reactions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 8 Dr. Laude introduces balancing redox reactions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains how to balance a redox reaction.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 10 Dr. Laude balances a simple sample redox reaction.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 11 Dr. Laude explains the first three steps of balancing a redox reaction in acidic conditions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 12 Dr. Laude explains steps 4 and 5 for redox balancing in acidic conditions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 13 Dr. Laude explains how to balance a redox reaction under basic conditions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 14 Dr. Laude explains why we care about redox reactions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 15 Dr. Laude explains electrochemical cells.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 16 Dr. Laude explains electrochemistry through a CuZn battery.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 17 Dr. Laude wraps up electrochemical cell conventions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 18 Dr. Laude explains electrochemical cell shorthand.mp4/a>
Lecture 17 Part 19 Dr. Laude introduces the idea of half cell reactions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 20 Dr. Laude explains how to use a standard reduction potential table.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 21 Dr. Laude explains redox trends in the periodic table.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 22 Dr. Laude explains electrochemical conventions.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 23 Dr. Laude talks about standard reductions potentials and water.mp4
Lecture 17 Part 24 Dr. Laude summarizes electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces the quantitative side of electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 2 Dr. Laude relates E, G, and K.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 3 Dr. Laude relates electrochemistry to stoichiometry.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains the importance of current in electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains how to find the potential of a cell.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 6 Dr. Laude Explains how to use the Nernst equation.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 7 Dr. Laude does an example involving the Nernst equation.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 8 Dr. Laude does an example using the Nernst equation in acidic or basic solution.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 9 Dr. Laude relates the Nernst equation to the rest of freshman chemistry.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 10 Dr. Laude explains how to calculate K from E and vice versa.mp4
Lecture 18 Part 11 Dr. Laude works a few examples of calculating E from k and wraps up the quantitative side of electrochemistry.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces chemical kinetics.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 2 Dr. Laude develops the rate law.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 3 Dr. Laude links the rate law with reaction mechanism.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 4 Dr. Laude develops the differential rate law.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 5 Dr. Laude develops the integrated rate law.mp4
Lecture 19 Part 6 Dr. Laude recaps the basics of kinetics.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces the quantitative side of kinetics.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains the order of a chemical reaction.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 3 Dr. Laude explains the graphs of each of the orders for a chemical reaction.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains first order reaction kinetics.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains the integrated first order rate law.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 6 Dr. Laude explains what to do with the first order integrated rate expression.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 7 Dr. Laude explains the zeroeth order integrated rate law.mp4
Lecture 20 Part 8 Dr. Laude explains the second order integrated rate law.mp4
Lecture 21 Part 1 Dr. Laude explains the importance of determining reaction order.mp4
Lecture 21 Part 2 Dr. Laude explains how to determine the order of the reaction from rate constant units.mp4
Lecture 21 Part 3 Dr. Laude explains how to determine the order of a reaction using the method of initial rates.mp4
Lecture 21 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains how to determine the order of a reaction from the integrated rate law.mp4
Lecture 21 Part 5 Dr. Laude recaps the importance of determine the order of a reaction.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces the theory behind kinetics.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 2 Dr. Laude introduces the idea of a reaction mechanism.mP4
Lecture 22 Part 3 Dr. Laude gives a few examples of a reaction mechanism.mP4
Lecture 22 Part 4 Dr. Laude introduces four major examples of reaction mechanisms.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains the purpose of kinetics.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 6 Dr. Laude works through a reaction mechanism example.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 7 Dr. Laude works through a more complicated reaction mechanism example.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 8 Dr. Laude explains the rate determining step.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains what you need to know about reaction mechanisms.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 10 Dr. Laude explains the rate constant and the Arrhenius equation.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 11 Dr. Laude explains the different factors that affect k.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 12 Dr. Laude overviews the combined Arrhenius equation.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 13 Dr. Laude gives an aside on the connectedness of thermodynamics and kinetics.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 14 Dr. Laude explains collision theory.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 15 Dr. Laude explains the cone of acceptance.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 16 Dr. Laude explains the thermal distribution of molecules at a given temperature.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 17 Dr. Laude shows the preexponential factor for various reactions.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 18 Dr. Laude introduces transition state theory.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 19 Dr. Laude explains the relation between chemical equilibrium and rate constants.mp4
Lecture 22 Part 20 Dr. Laude explains the competition between thermodynamics and kinetics.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces the concept of catalysis.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 2 Dr. Laude overviews the key definitions and heterogeneous catalysis.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 3 Dr. Laude overviews the catalytic breakdown of ozone.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains the catalytic converter in your car.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains enzymatic catalysis.mp4
Lecture 23 Part 6 Dr. Laude recaps chemical catalysis.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces descriptive chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 2 Dr. Laude overviews the three parts of descriptive chemistry he will be covering.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 3 Dr. Laude overviews main group chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 4 Dr. Laude reviews the periodic trends from first semester.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains the anomolous second row.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 6 Dr. Laude explains the trends involving hydride and oxide.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 7 Dr. Laude explains why hydrogen doesn't fit well into one group.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 8 Dr. Laude talks about the special case of hydrogen.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains why we care about hydrogen.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 10 Dr. Laude introduces the importance of main group chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 11 Dr. Laude overviews the reactivity of group I elements.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the practical uses of group I metals.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 13 Dr. Laude overviews group II chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about Be, Mg, and Ca.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 15 Dr. Laude talks about tooth enamel.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 16 Dr. Laude overviews group III chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 17 Dr. Laude talks about the practical uses of Al.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 18 Dr. Laude overviews carbon chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 19 Dr. Laude talks about CO2.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 20 Dr. Laude talks about silicon.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 21 Dr. Laude overviews the most produced chemicals.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 22 Dr. Laude overviews group V chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 23 Dr. Laude talks about phosphorus.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 24 Dr. Laude talks about nitrogen.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 25 Dr. Laude overviews group VI chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 26 Dr. Laude introduces group VII chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 27 Dr. Laude explains the difference between F and Cl.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 28 Dr. Laude talks about the production of chlorine.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 29 Dr. Laude overviews group VIII chemistry.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 30 Dr. Laude talks about possible test questions.mp4
Lecture 25 Part 31 Dr. Laude summarizes main group chemistry.mp4/a>
Lecture 26 Part 1 Dr. Laude attempts to make organic chemistry less scary.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 2 Dr. Laude shows that carbon is the central atom of organic chemistry.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 3 Dr. Laude explains that carbon is the building block of biomolecules.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 4 Dr. Laude explains the purpose of organic chemistry.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 5 Dr. Laude explains the physical properties of ethanol from its structure.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 6 Dr. Laude explains the IMF of ethanol from its structure.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 7 Dr. Laude explains that structure determines reactivity.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 8 Dr. Laude explains that freshman chemistry provides the backbone of organic chemistry.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 9 Dr. Laude explains the importance of systematic organic molecule nomenclature.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 10 Dr. Laude explains how to name organic molecules.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 11 Dr. Laude explains how to name hydrocarbon functional groups.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 12 Dr. Laude explains branching.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 13 Dr. Laude explains the importance of hydrocarbons.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 14 Dr. Laude explains the functional groups you need to know.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 15 Dr. Laude explains the complexity with which you are expected to name molecules.mp4
Lecture 26 Part 16 Dr. Laude explains substitution, elimination, and addition reactions.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 1 Dr. Laude introduces polymers and biopolymers.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 2 Dr. Laude talks about covalent network solids.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 3 Dr. Laude shows the main functional groups involved with biopolymers.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 4 Dr. Laude talks about the elimination reaction.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 5 Dr. Laude overviews the condensation reaction.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 6 Dr. Laude talks about some of the polymers produced from elimination reactions.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 7 Dr. Laude talks about making polymers.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 8 Dr. Laude introduces the four biopolymers.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 9 Dr. Laude talks about fatty acids.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 10 Dr. Laude explains how to make a triglyceride.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 11 Dr. Laude talks about carbohydrates.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 12 Dr. Laude talks about the polymers of carbohydrates.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 13 Dr. Laude talks about amino acids.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 14 Dr. Laude talks about proteins.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 15 Dr. Laude talks about nucleotides and DNA.mp4
Lecture 27 Part 16 Dr. Laude summarizes polymers.mp4