MIT 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2008

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This course provides an introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis.

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Chapter 1: MIT 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2008

  • Lesson 1
    1. The importance of chemic…
    27:30
  • Lesson 2
    2. Discovery of electron an…
    47:10
  • Lesson 3
    3. Wave-particle duality of…
    48:22
  • Lesson 4
    4. Wave-particle duality of…
    45:09
  • Lesson 5
    5. Hydrogen atom energy levels
    47:45
  • Lesson 6
    6. Hydrogen atom wavefuncti…
    48:32
  • Lesson 7
    7. p-orbitals
    47:08
  • Lesson 8
    8. Multielectron atoms and …
    49:24
  • Lesson 9
    9. Periodic trends
    50:07
  • Lesson 10
    10. Periodic trends continu…
    48:04
  • Lesson 11
    11. Lewis structures
    51:00
  • Lesson 12
    12. Exceptions to Lewis str…
    50:36
  • Lesson 13
    13. Polar covalent bonds; V…
    45:00
  • Lesson 14
    14. Molecular orbital theory
    51:25
  • Lesson 15
    15. Valence bond theory and…
    41:07
  • Lesson 16
    16. Determining hybridizati…
    50:35
  • Lesson 17
    17. Entropy and disorder
    48:47
  • Lesson 18
    18. Free energy and control…
    44:39
  • Lesson 19
    19. Chemical equilibrium
    46:17
  • Lesson 20
    20. Le Chatelier's principl…
    50:03
  • Lesson 21
    21. Acid-base equilibrium: …
    36:51
  • Lesson 22
    22. Chemical and biological…
    50:16
  • Lesson 23
    23. Acid-base titrations
    45:19
  • Lesson 24
    24. Balancing oxidation/red…
    47:29
  • Lesson 25
    25. Electrochemical cells
    48:28

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