Fundamentals of Chemistry
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Fundamentals of Chemistry

Become an expert on Chemical Equilibrium and Reaction Rates
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Created by Tahir Nagji
Last updated 12/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 15 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of this course you will have an excellent understanding of the fundamentals of chemistry.
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Requirements
  • A basic understanding of Chemistry and a desire to learn.
Description

This section covers everything you will need to know about Reaction Rates and Chemical Equilibrium.

Even though this course has been designed specially for the ATAR curriculum, a wide range of students will find this course useful. The contents of this course is universal so by taking that course you will able to improve your understanding and grade in any chemistry test or exam related to chemical equilibrium and reaction rates.

Initially we will look at what a chemical reaction is, how we measure a reaction and factors which effect the rate of a chemical reaction. We will then explore chemical equilibrium, dynamic equilibrium, and Le Chatelier's principle.

I have used a wide range of moving animations and graphics to explain complex concepts. The essential core theory for each topic is covered clearly and in detail. Illustrations and worked examples are used extensively to help your learning and understanding. Throughout the course, questions and exercises are integrated with theory to help you clarify and consolidate your understanding of new concepts. 

The course includes summary questions and a test. All questions and the test have detailed answers to provide you with immediate feedback and a means of enhancing your progress and understanding. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Secondary School Students
  • Year 12
  • High School
  • College
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Curriculum For This Course
21 Lectures
01:42:15
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Start Here
2 Lectures 03:56
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Chemical Equilibrium
19 Lectures 01:38:19

2.1 Reaction Rates
02:33

2.2 Collision Theory
02:17

2.3 Changing Reaction Rate
03:29

2.3 Changing Reaction Rate Summary Questions SOLUTIONS
03:29

2.4 Equilbrium
04:37

2.4 Equilibrium Summary Questions SOLUTIONS
01:57

2.5 Equilibrium Constant
04:32

2.5 Equilibrium Constant Summary Question SOLUTIONS
01:48

2.6 Le Chatelier’s Constant
05:53

2.6 Le Chatelier’s Constant Summary Questions
03:12

2.7 Pressure
04:46

2.7 Pressure summary questions SOLUTIONS
06:37

2.8 Temperature
03:36

2.8 Temperature summary questions SOLUTIONS
01:57

2.9 Catalyst and summary
07:43


Test Solutions MCQ Solutions
12:26

Test Solutions - Short and Extended Answers Solutions
18:05
About the Instructor
Tahir Nagji
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Tahir Nagji is an experienced Science and Maths tutor. He gained his first degree in Environmental Science from The University of Nottingham graduating with a First Class Honours (B.Sc Hons) followed by a Masters of Science in Hydrogeology from The  University of Birmingham (MSc Hydrogeology). He has worked as a hydrogeologist in the mining industry and a health officer in local government before moving into  education and teaching.

Tahir been teaching or the past 9 years and have tutored students from Primary, School all the way through to University.

His tutorials are exam-focused yet encourage real-world understanding of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry, rather than just learning them by rote. He teaches using real examples and sometimes even quick experiments also equipping his students with  strategies for good revision and effective exam technique.