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  • Contents Video: 4 hours
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Published 3/2015 English

Course Description

The complete content is developed in High Quality 3D Animations, that will help you to understand the critical concepts which cannot be able to watch in the real world such as, Chemical Bonding, Chemical Reactions, Atoms, Solutions, etc.

. A good understanding of principles in Physics will help you to analyze problems, reason logically, and to discriminate between important and irrelevant concepts.

·*The course is directed to the point and restricted to the syllabus nothing less and nothing more, so you will not waste your time, with invaluable speech,

·* If you know exactly your syllabus you will appreciate these videos,

·* The average video duration is 3 mins so you will not get bored with the course and you can find reasonable points to pause and complete later,

Course covers

  1. Acids and basis
  2. Equilibrium
  3. Redox reactions
  4. Hydrogen

What are the requirements?

  • Basic knowledge about Chemistry.
  • Each and every topic is explained very clearly, so basic knowledge is enough for taking this course.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Reaction of metallic and non-metallic oxides with acids and bases
  • Importance of pH in everyday life
  • Relation between equilibrium constants
  • Explained mechanism of redox reactions by electron transfer process
  • Types of redox reactions
  • Redox reactions and electrode processes
  • Preparation of dihydrogen h2

What is the target audience?

  • Everyone is eligible for taking this course, no age limit.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Acids and basis
Acids and basis
08:05
Bronsted - lowry acid-base theory
02:48
Lewis-acid base theory
06:15
pH Scale
Preview
10:06
Ionization of a weak base
04:54
Polybasic acid
05:58
Salt of a weak acid and a weak base
03:15
Solubility equilibria of sparingly soluble salts
04:28
Effect of inert gas addition
05:53
Section 2: Equilibrium
Prerequisites
01:04
Learning objectives
00:40
Equilibrium introduction
05:56
Solid vapour equilibrium
04:14
Equilibrium in chemical process - dynamic equilibrium
Preview
02:56
Demonstrating dynamic nature of equilibrium
03:15
Relation between equilibrium constants
07:18
Heterogeneous equilibrium
05:22
Relation between equilibrium constant
03:20
Le-chatelier's principle
03:53
Summary
01:45
Section 3: Redox reactions
Prerequisites
00:42
Learning objectives
01:18
Introduction
08:36
Redox reactions in terms of electron transfer reactions
08:04
Oxidation number
07:25
Relationship between oxidation number and oxidation state
05:35
Types of redox reactions
08:19
Disproportionate reactions
03:09
Balancing of redox reactions
05:20
Half reaction method
09:05
Redox reactions as the basis for titrations
03:45
Redox reactions and electrode processes
03:56
Summary
01:10
Section 4: Hydrogen
Prerequisites
00:35
Learning objectives
01:05
Introduction
00:41
Position of hydrogen in the periodic table
01:36
Dihydrogen h2
01:54
Preparation of dihydrogen h2
02:54
Properties of di hydrogen
02:52
Hydrides
05:06
Water
12:18
Hydrogen peroxide h2o2
07:53
Heavy water d2o
00:56
Dihydrogen as a fuel
01:45
Summary
02:18
Section 5: Chemical reactions and equations
Prerequisites
00:25
Learning objectives
00:26
Introduction
01:03
Activity_1
02:50
Activity_2
00:54
Activity_3
02:18
Balanced chemical equation
02:25
Let us balance equation for activity 1
00:52
Types of chemical reactions
00:48
Combination reaction
02:23
Decomposition reaction
03:18
Displacement reaction
01:45
Double displacement reaction
01:39
Oxidation and reduction
01:47
Effects of oxidation reactions in everyday life
01:55
Summary
01:34

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