Chemistry II

Other Course , Prof. Bucky Roberts

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Overview

Contents:
What is Chemistry? - Matter Changing States - Classifying Matter, Again! - Pure Substances - Let's Mix It Up - Energy - The Atom (not Adam) - So where the heck are the electrons? - Quantum Mechanical Model - Orientation and Electron Spin - Figuring Out the Quantum Numbers.

Energy Level Diagram and Electron Configuration - Valence Electrons and Isotopes - Ions - Periodic Table of the Elements - Nuclear Chemistry Baby! - Radioactivity - Beta Emissions - Gamma Emissions - Positron Emissions and Anti-matter! - Electron Capture and X-Rays - Half-Lives - Nuclear Fission - Ionic Bonds.

The Criss-Cross Rule - Covalent Bonds - Triple Covalent Bonds - Structural vs. Molecular Formula - Electronegativity - Different Types of Chemical Bonds - Chemical Reactions - Decomposition Reactions - Single Displacement Reactions - Double Displacement Reactions - Question on Double Displacement Reactions - Combustion Reactions - Balancing Chemical Reactions - Rate of Reaction.

Lecture 1: Chemistry Lesson - 1 - What is Chemistry?

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