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Chemistry 1A: General Chemistry

Chemistry 1A: General Chemistry (Fall 2011, UC Berkeley). Instructor: Professor Angelica Stacy. General Chemistry - Stoichiometry of chemical reactions, quantum mechanical description of atoms, the elements and periodic table, chemical bonding, real and ideal gases, thermochemistry, introduction to thermodynamics and equilibrium, acid-base and solubility equilibria, introduction to oxidation-reduction reactions, introduction to chemical kinetics.

Introduction


Section 1: Matter
Lecture 01 - Course Introduction, Fine Art: Representing Molecules
Lecture 02 - Eight is Enough: Periodic Table
Lecture 03 - Electron Glue: Chemical Bonds
Lecture 04 - Shapes of Molecules
Lecture 05 - Orbitals
Lecture 06 - Molecules in Motion: Ideal Gases
Lecture 07 - It's Just a Phase: Phase Changes
Lecture 08 - Attractive Molecules: Liquids
Lecture 09 - Mixing Matter: Properties of Solutions
Lecture 10 - Big Molecules: Solids
Section 2: Change
Lecture 11 - What's Your Reaction: Chemical Equations
Lecture 12 - Head-On Collision: Rates of Chemical Reactions
Lecture 13 - Back It Up: Reversibility
Lecture 14 - Basically Weak: Equilibrium Constant
Lecture 15 - Special K: Le Chatelier's Principle
Lecture 16 - Mutual Territory: Acid-Base Reactions
Lecture 17 - How Resilient: Buffers
Lecture 18 - Like It or Not: Solubility Equilibria
Lecture 19 - Finding Solutions: Solubility Product
Lecture 20 - Separation Anxiety: Separating Mixtures
Section 3: Energy
Lecture 21 - Point of View: Exchange of Energy
Lecture 22 - The Heat is On: Thermal Equilibrium
Lecture 23 - Make It or Break It: Bond Energies
Lecture 24 - Compound Interest: Heats of Reactions
Lecture 25 - What a Mess: Energy Dispersal
Lecture 26 - Which Way? Enthalpy vs. Entropy
Lecture 27 - How Far? Gibbs Free Energy
Lecture 28 - Make It Work: Heat and Work
Lecture 29 - Got Electrons? Redox Reactions
Lecture 30 - Energizer Bunny: Batteries
Lecture 31 - Feel the Power: Energy Sources
Section 4: Light and Matter
Lecture 32 - All Aglow: Light Energy
Lecture 33 - How Absorbing: Light and Color
Lecture 34 - Now You See: Spectroscopy
Lecture 35 - Photo Opportunity: The Subshell Model
Lecture 36 - Breaking the Code: Electron Configurations
Lecture 37 - Technicolor Atoms: Line Spectra
Lecture 38 - Housing Co-OP: Molecular Orbitals
Lecture 39 - How Insightful: Molecular Spectroscopy