The Collection of 3D Digital Content for CHEMISTRY PART-2
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Concepts: s-block, p-block, hydrogen, organic chemistry, hydrocarbons, solid state, Electrochemistry, chemical kinetic,
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Created by Digital Tutors
Last updated 5/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 11 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. Hydrogen
  2. The s -block elements 1 a
  3. The s -block elements 2 a
  4. The p -block elements boron family
  5. The p -block elements carbon family
  6. Organic chemistry – some basic principles
  7. Hydrocarbons
  8. Environmental chemistry
  9. The solid state
  10. Solutions
  11. Electrochemistry
  12. Chemical kinetic
  13. Surface Chemistry
Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone
  • students studying in middle and high schools
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Curriculum For This Course
149 Lectures
10:51:25
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Hydrogen
13 Lectures 41:53

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


Heavy water d2o
00:56

Dihydrogen as a fuel
01:45

Summary
02:18
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The s -block elements 1 a
7 Lectures 22:40
Prerequisites
00:38

Learning objectives
00:49

Alkali metals introduction
02:58

Electronic configuration
05:38

Anomalous behaviour of lithium
06:04


Summary
00:46
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The s -block elements 2 a
7 Lectures 15:09
Prerequisites
00:49

Learning objectives
00:34

Alkaline earth metals
03:30


Reactivity with o2 and h2
02:13

Reactivity with halogens
01:55

Summary
00:44
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The p -block elements boron family
7 Lectures 20:02
Prerequisites
00:40

Learning objectives
00:37


Occurrence
03:45

Physical properties
04:52

Some important compounds of boron
05:12

Summary
01:06
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The p -block elements carbon family
7 Lectures 21:27
Prerequisites
00:16

Learning objectives
00:44

Introduction
05:47

Physical properties
05:41

Allotropes of carbon
03:59

Compounds of carbon
04:04

Summary
00:56
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Organic chemistry – some basic principles
14 Lectures 01:14:33
Prerequisites
00:18

Learning objectives
00:53

Introduction
05:41

Structural representation of organic compounds
03:49

Classification of organic compounds
04:10

Nomenclature of organic compounds
10:54

Isomerism
03:10

Fundamental concepts in organic reaction mechanism
12:07

Electron movement in organic reactions
02:10

Types of organic reactions and mechanisms
04:04

Quantitative analysis
12:49

Chromatography
05:28

Methods of purification of organic compounds
07:17

Summary
01:43
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Hydrocarbons
16 Lectures 01:18:41
Prerequisites
02:57

Learning objectives
00:58

Introduction
02:04

Alkanes
07:55

Newman projection
00:38

Physical properties of alkanes
13:10

Alkenes
05:23

Preparation form alkenes
06:33

Physical and chemical properties
10:29

Alkynes
02:36

Preparation from alkynes
01:33

Physical and chemical properties of alkynes
06:19

Aromatic hydrocarbons
01:38

Structure of benzene
06:52

Physical properties of benzene
07:29

Summary
02:07
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Environmental chemistry
12 Lectures 39:26
Prerequisites
00:52

Learning objectives
00:45

Environmental pollution
01:47

Air pollution
08:34

Global warming and greenhouse effect
06:17

Formation of photohemical smog
02:38

Stratospheric pollution
02:21

Water pollution
05:46

Soil pollution
02:51

Industrial waste
02:52

Green chemistry
02:44

Summary
01:59
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The solid state
15 Lectures 55:58
Prerequisites
00:24

Learning objectives
01:14

Introduction
04:14

General characteristics of solids
00:48

Amorphous and crystalline solids
05:12

Classification of crystalline solids
05:33

Crystal lattices and unit cell
02:55

Number of atoms in a unit cell
01:32

Close packed structures
08:47

Packing efficiency
01:16

Calculations in unit cell
02:52

Defects in solids
06:13

Electrical properties
04:47

Magnetic properties
04:46

Summary
05:25
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Solutions
11 Lectures 01:06:07
Prerequisites
01:28

Learning objectives
00:53

Introduction
04:03

Types of solutions
07:20

Expressing concentration of solutions
07:59

Solubility
03:41

Vapour pressure of liquid - liquid solutions
05:43

Ideal and non-ideal solutions
07:25

Colligative properties
19:54

Abnormal molar masses and vant hoff factor
04:51

Summary
02:50
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