College Chemistry 101: Aqueous Reactions (Part I)
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College Chemistry 101: Aqueous Reactions (Part I)

Learn to identify and analyze chemical reactions!
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Created by Kevin Richardson
Last updated 8/2017
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Includes:
  • 34 mins on-demand video
  • 9 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Perform basic stoichiometry for chemical reaction analysis
  • Perform mole-to-mole conversions through use of a chemical reaction
  • Perform mass-to-mass conversions through use of a chemical reaction and the periodic table
  • Identify the limiting reactant in a reaction
  • Calculate the theoretical yield of a reaction
  • Calculate the percent yield of a reaction
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Requirements
  • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
  • Interpret ratios into fractions
  • Understand the concept and use of significant figures in calculations
  • Ability to read and interpret the Periodic Table of the Elements
Description

Learning chemistry can be a challenge. With this course, you'll learn to breeze through tough concepts and problems! Learn to use a chemical reaction equation! Convert between moles and mass of reactants and products! Determine percent yield of a reaction! Calculate the concentration of a solution! These concepts and more are taught in this course, complete with tailored assignments and well-defined solutions to guide you to full comprehension!

Who is the target audience?
  • College students taking their first chemistry course who want to master chemistry
  • High school students needing additional information to supplement their chemistry course
  • Business professionals who need a refresher on college chemistry
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:12

This is a short quiz that will give you an idea of how ready you will be for this course. The problems will test key concepts that should be understood before taking this course.

Prerequisite Quiz
6 questions
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Reaction Stoichiometry
3 Lectures 08:48



This assignment consists of some problems to give you practice with mole-to-mole and mass-to-mass conversions.
Section 2 Problems
1 question
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Limiting Reactant, Theoretical and Actual Yield, and Percent Yield
3 Lectures 10:33
Concept: How Many Cookies Can Be Made With The Available Ingredients?
03:23

What Is The Limiting Reactant?
02:56

Theoretical Yield, Actual Yield, and Percent Yield
04:14

This assignment gives the student some problems that deal with the concepts covered in this lecture. They will gain a feel for how to work these problems out themselves.
Section 3 Problems
1 question
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Solution Concentration and Solution Stoichiometry
3 Lectures 12:02
Concept: How Strong Is Your Lemonade?
02:19

What Is A Solution's Concentration?
06:58

Solution Stoichiometry
02:45

This assignment will be give students the opportunity to practice what they've learned in this section to be able to apply it to real-world situations. The problems test concepts covered.
Section 4 Problems
1 question
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Conclusion
1 Lecture 00:48
Review Of The Course
00:48

This exam will test the student over the entire course.
Final Exam
1 question
About the Instructor
Kevin Richardson
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Masters Engineering Student

I am currently a graduate student at the University of Kentucky with an focus on controls engineering. For the past year, I was a teaching assistant for a higher level engineering course and love to teach! I've tutored students individually in the past and want to expand to a course-based platform.

Throughout engineering school, for one reason or another, I felt the need to seek out additional resources to supplement my learning. As engineering courses became more advanced, I found there were fewer YouTube videos, articles, and websites on these topics. I aim to fill the gap with thorough, detailed, example-driven engineering content, starting with courses here on Udemy!