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Concepts: p-block, d-block, Haloalkanes and haloarenes, Alcohols, phenols and ethers, Amines, Polymers, Bio molecules,
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  • 13 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. General principles and processes of isolation of elements
  2. The p-block elements 15th group
  3. The p-block elements 16th group
  4. The p-block elements 17th group
  5. The p-block elements 18th group
  6. The d and f-block elements
  7. Coordination compounds
  8. Haloalkanes and haloarenes
  9. Alcohols, phenols and ethers
  10. Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
  11. Amines
  12. Biomolecules
  13. Polymers
  14. Chemistry in everyday life
Who is the target audience?
  • Everyone
  • students studying in middle and high schools
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Curriculum For This Course
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General principles and processes of isolation of elements
10 Lectures 51:00


Introduction
01:02

Occurrence of metals
04:41


Extraction of crude metal from concentrated ore
10:10

Applications
12:25

Refining
08:04

Uses of aluminium
02:45

Summary
03:35
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The p-block elements 15th group
13 Lectures 50:33
Prerequisites
01:19

Learning objectives
00:54


Physical properties
09:03

Chemical properties
07:41

Preparation of dinitrogen
05:06

Preparation of ammonia
04:18

Oxides of nitrogen
03:58

Allotropes of phosphorus
02:49

Preparation of phosphine
04:38

Oxoacids of phosphorous
01:57

Preparation of nitric acid
05:30

Summary
02:40
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The p-block elements 16th group
14 Lectures 01:00:23
Prerequisites
01:23

Learning objectives
01:18

Introduction
00:32


General and physical properties
06:32

Chemical properties
10:41

Anomalous behaviour of oxygen
07:04

Preparation of ozone
07:39

Preparation of so2
03:20

Preparation of sulphur trioxide
03:31

Preparation of sulphuric acid
06:11

Oxoacids of sulphur
05:17

Sodium thiosulphate or hypo
03:15

Summary
01:56
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The p-block elements 17th group
8 Lectures 44:26
Prerequisites
00:21

Learning objectives
00:45

Introduction
09:21

Chemical properties
10:22

Inter halogen compounds
10:53

Chlorine preparation, properties and uses
08:09

Hydrogen chloride
03:17

Summary
01:18
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The p-block elements 18th group
9 Lectures 22:20
Prerequisites
00:19

Learning objectives
00:30

Introduction
01:21

Discovery of inert gases
01:55

General and physical properties
03:54

Extraction of noble gases
03:56

Uses of noble gases
02:51

Compounds of xenon
06:28

Summary
01:06
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The d and f-block elements
12 Lectures 01:30:53
Prerequisites
00:49

Learning objectives
01:08

The transition elements
08:38

General properties of d block elements
11:09

Electronic configurations and the oxidation states of 3d elements
06:03

Trends in standard electrode potentials of 3d elementsF 3D ELEMENTS
14:40

Interstitial compounds
09:48

Oxidizing properties
11:57

Elements of f block
06:54

Atomic and ionic radii
11:06

Actinoids
07:17

Summary
01:24
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Coordination compounds
18 Lectures 01:04:45
Prerequisites
01:56

Learning objectives
00:46

Introduction
03:17

Werner's theory of co-ordination compounds
01:54

Important terms related to coordination compounds
10:27

Nomenclature of co-ordination compounds
07:28

Naming of the complex ion
04:44

Isomerism
03:27

Geometrical isomerism
04:28

Optical isomerism
03:07

Bonding in co-ordination compounds
03:59

Magnetic properties
01:53

Crystal field theory
04:06

Limitations of crystal field theory
02:30

Bonding in metal carbonyls
01:38

Stability of co-ordination compounds
01:28

Applications of co-ordination compounds
05:10

Summary
02:27
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Haloalkanes and haloarenes
11 Lectures 52:55
Prerequisites
03:30

Learning objectives
00:49

Introduction
00:37

Classification of haloalkanes and haloarenes
02:55

Nomenclature
01:39

Nature of c-x bond
06:16

Physical properties
14:44

Nucleophilic substitutions reaction
06:23

Methods of preparations of aryl halides
10:04

Uses of some polyhalogen compounds
03:55

Summary
02:03
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Alcohols, phenols and ethers
13 Lectures 53:50
Prerequisites
01:18

Learning objectives
00:36

Classification of alcohols, phenols and ethers
04:18

Nomenclature
03:27

Structure of functional groups
01:13

Preparation of alcohols
08:05

Preparation of phenols
02:18

Physical properties
02:04

Chemical properties
15:07

Importance of alcohols and phenols
02:55

Chemical properties of ethers
07:03

Preparation of ethers
02:49

Summary
02:37
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Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids
12 Lectures 57:35
Prerequisites
01:44

Learning objectives
00:35

Introduction
01:18

Nomenclature and structure of carbonyl
02:54

Physical and chemical properties
06:03

Aldol condesations
07:49

Chemical properties of only aldehydes
04:40

Preparation of Aldyhides and ketones
10:42

Preparation of aromatic carboxylic acids
03:26

Chemical properties of carboxylic acid
08:39

Structure of carboxyl group
06:05

Summary
03:40
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