Introduction to Chemistry

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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Welcome to Introduction to Chemistry. This course covers the same topics as an introductory class for undergraduate chemistry majors. The curriculum is similar to the high school Advanced Placement (AP) Chemistry course and will adequately prepare you for the AP exam administrated by College Board.

Prerequisites[edit | edit source]

Simple mathamatical skills such as arithmetic, subtraction, multiplication, and division are necessary in this course. General knowledge of chemistry will be helpful in this course, although not necessary.

Lessons[edit | edit source]

  1. Atomic Structure
  2. The periodic table
  3. Nuclear chemistry
  4. Mass relations in chemistry and stoichiometry
  5. Ionic bonding
  6. Covalent bonding
  7. Liquids
  8. Solids
  9. Gases
  10. Solutions
  11. Chemical Equilibrium
  12. Acids and Bases
  13. Kinetics
  14. Thermodynamics
  15. Reduction and Oxidation Reactions
  16. Electrochemistry
  17. Organic Chemistry
  18. Experimental Chemistry

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