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acids basis and salts, non metals, structure of atom, chemical bonding, states of matter, equilibrium, redox reaction,
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  • 13.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By completing this course you will gain the knowledge about Chemistry standard concepts.
  • The course includes structure of atom, metals and non metals, classification of elements in the periodic table, physical and chemical properties of the elements, chemical bonding, states of matter, acids and bases etc.,
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Requirements
  • Basic knowledge on Atoms and molecules, electrons, periodic table, metals and non metals.
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,

  1. CHEMICAL REACTION AND EQUATION
  2. ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS
  3. METALS AND NON METALS,
  4. CARBON AND ITS CONCEPTS
  5. SOME BASIC CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY
  6. STRUCTURE OF ATOM
  7. CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS & PERIODICITY IN PROPERTIES
  8. CHEMICAL BONDING
  9. STATES OF MATTER
  10. THERMODYNAMICS
  11. EQUILIBRIUM
  12. ACIDS AND BASIS
  13. REDOX REACTIONS


Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone is eligible for taking this course, no age limit.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Chemical reaction and equation
14 Lectures 25:31


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

Summery
01:34
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Acids, bases and salts
15 Lectures 28:10
Introduction
00:50

Understanding the chemical properties of acids and bases
02:17

How do acids and bases react with metals?
02:12

How do metal carbonates and metal hydrogen carbonates react with acids?
02:07


Reaction of metallic oxides with acids
01:18

What do all acids and all bases have in common
01:58

What happens to an acid or a base in water solution?
02:16

How strong are acid or base solutions?
01:51

Importance of ph in everyday life
02:09

Salts
01:36

Chemicals from common salt
02:12

Baking soda preparation
01:43

Are the crystals of salts really dry?
02:01

Summary
02:13
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Metals and non-metals
22 Lectures 57:11
Introduction
00:28

Physical properties of metals
01:42

Malleability
01:17

Activity
01:41

Non metals
03:07


What happen when metals react with acids?
03:01

How do metals and non metals react?
01:28

Properties of ionic compounds
01:45

Occurrence of metals
02:11

Enrichment of ores
03:14

Refining of metals
01:04

Corrosion
03:20

Composition of alloys
03:24

Nanotechnology and its application
01:26

Types of alloys
02:29

Uses of alloys
02:22

Metallurgy of iron
10:31

Occurrence and relative abundance
02:17

Irreversible reaction
01:48

Reversible reaction
02:00

Summary
02:56
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Carbon and its compounds
13 Lectures 23:35
Introduction
00:55

Bonding in carbon - the covalent bond
04:07

Saturated and unsaturated carbon compounds
01:30

Chains, branches and rings
02:05


Nomenclature of carbon compounds
01:10

Chemical properties of carbon compounds
01:42

Oxidation
01:39

Important carbon compounds
01:34

Properties of ethanoic acid
01:42

Soaps and detergents
02:02

Versatile nature of carbon
02:05

Summary
01:59
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SOME BASIC CONCOPTS OF CHEMISTRY
10 Lectures 51:24
Introduction
05:08

Properties of matter and their measurement
09:58

Uncertainty in measurement
04:58


Dimensional analysis
04:22

Law of multiple proportions
04:04

Atomic and molecular masses
04:56

Mole concept and molar masses
02:51

Percentage composition
07:19

Summary
02:07
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STRUCTURE OF ATOM
19 Lectures 01:46:40
Introduction
05:46

Charge to mass ratio of electron
05:08

Nature of light
05:06

Wave nature of electromagnetic radiation
06:14

Planks quantum theory
02:47

Developments leading to the bohrs model of atom
07:51

Hydrogen radius of orbit
06:19

Frequency of emitted radiation
03:48

Towards quantum mechanical model of the atom
05:23

Uncertainty principle
02:46

Schrodinger’s wave equation
11:51

Quantum mechanical model of atom
07:58

Quantum numbers
03:06

Aufbau principle
05:47

Pauli's exclusion principle
01:33

Hund's rule of maximum multiplicity
05:48

Isobars and isotopes
06:32

Rutherford's nuclear model of atom
06:11

Summary
06:46
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CLASSIFICATION OF ELEMENTS & PERIODICITY IN PROPERTIES
20 Lectures 01:49:03
Introduction
06:23

Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
06:13

Modern periodic table
01:28

Periodic trends in physical and chemical properties of elements
06:35

Periods
08:22

Periodic table s-, p-, d-, f- blocks
13:13

Electron affinity
04:49

Electro negativity
04:41

Electro positivity
08:12

Variation of atomic radius in periods
03:53

Metallic or crystal radius
03:53

Variation of electro negativity
07:02

Symbol and formula
05:38

Thermo chemical equation
01:58

Aufbau Principle
03:37

Pauli's Exclusion Principle
01:36

Energies of atomic orbital_B
01:47

Hunds rule of maximum multiplicity
05:25

Gradation of properties in a period and group
10:03

Summary
04:15
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CHEMICAL BONDING
20 Lectures 02:02:02
Introduction
02:47

Electronic theory of valency or Kossel - lewis theory
03:44

Ionic bond or electrovalent bond
12:41

Orbital concept of ionic bond
03:53

Covalent bond
06:26

Polar covalent bond
07:14

Valence shell electron pair repulsion theory
06:29

Bond parameters
08:37

Valence bond theory
07:16

Hybridization of atomic orbitals and shapes of molecules
08:44

Sp2 or trigonal hybridization
06:26

Sp3 or tetrahedral hybridization
07:24

Hybridization
08:16

Special type of covalent bond is co-ordinate covalent bond
03:39

Molecular orbital theory or mo theory
05:04

Formation of sigma bond in a molecule
05:12

Stability of molecules
06:50

Sigma and pi bonds
01:55

Hydrogen bond
07:09

Summary
02:16
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STATES OF MATTER
14 Lectures 01:22:12
Introduction
04:06

Measurable properties of gases
08:15

Gas law's, boyle's law
05:10

Ideal gas equation
08:23

Charle's law - 1
01:17

Charle's law - 2
06:04

Avogadro's law
05:45

Dalton's law of partial pressure
07:35

Kinetic theory of gases
06:50

Gay - lussac's law
05:30

Distribution of molecular velocities
12:00

Solubility and factors affecting solubility
03:59

Solutions
05:27

Summary
01:51
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THERMODYNAMICS
9 Lectures 34:54
Introduction
03:36

Relation between internal energy, work and heat
02:12

First law of thermodynamics
08:28

Extensive and intensive properties
02:36

Measurement of delta u and delta h calorimetry
03:27

Standard enthalpy of reactions
02:41

Hess law of constant heat summation
04:50

Gibbs energy change and equilibrium
02:24

Summary
04:40
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