Chem 110 Lecture Notes, Summer 2006
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- Lecture 1, May 30: Introduction;
Review of Acid-Base Chemistry
- Lecture 2, May 31: pH Calculations;Acid-Base Titration and Hydrolysis; Common Ions and Buffers.
- Lecture 3, June 1: Buffer Preparation; Aqueous Ion Solubility.
- Lecture 4, June 2: Aqueous Ion Solubility, cont. - pH and Ionic Solubility, Complex Ion Equilibria; Introduction to Thermodynamics.
- Lecture 5, June 5: The Second Law of Thermodynamics; Free Energy and Chemistry.
- Lecture 6, June 6: Free Energy and Chemical Reactions; More on Entropy; Free Energy Calculations.
- Lecture 7, June 7: Free Energy Calculations; Pressure Dependance of Free Energy; Free Energy and Equilibria.
- Lecture 8, June 8: Keq and Temperature; Introduction to Electrochemistry; Galvanic Cells.
- Lecture 9, June 9: Galvanic Cells, cont.; Electrodes and Standard Reduction Potentials; Cell Diagrams; Cell Potential and Free Energy; Concentration Cells and Potentiometry.
- Lecture 10, June 12: The Glass Electrode; Batteries; Electrolysis; Electrochemical Corrosion.
- Lecture 11, June 13: Orbitals and Covalent Bonding - Bonding Review.
- Lecture 12, June 14: VSEPR Theory and Molecular Geometry.
- Lecture 13, June 16: VSEPR Theory and Molecular Geometry, cont.; Polarity in Covalent Molecules; A Quantum View of Bonding.
- Lecture 14, June 19: Return Exam I and go over major problems; Introduction to Hybrid Atomic Orbital Model of Bonding.
- Lecture 15, June 20: Molecular Orbitals and Models; The Chemistry of the Elements - Review of Periodicity.
- Lecture 16, June 21: Molecular Orbitals and Models; The Chemistry of the Elements - Review of Periodicity.
- Lecture 17, June 22: The Chemistry of the Elements -Hydrogen; Periodic Table Demonstrations; Group 1, the Alkali Metals.
- Lecture 18, June 23: The Chemistry of the Elements - Group 1, the Alkali Metals, cont.; Group 2, the Alkaline Earth Metals.
- Lecture 19, June 26: The Chemistry of the Elements - Group 3 & Group 14.
- Lecture 20, June 27: The Chemistry of the Elements - Group 14, cont.
- Lecture 21, June 29: The Chemistry of the Elements - Group 15 and Group 16.
- Lecture 22, June 30: The Chemistry of the Elements - Group 16, cont., and Group 17.
- Lecture 23, July 3: The Chemistry of the Transition Metals - Overview, Coordination Compounds, Stereoisomerism.
- Lecture 24, July 5: The Chemistry of the Transition Metals - Chelating Agents and Stereoisomers; Transition Metal Ion Colors and Complex Ion Ligands.
- Lecture 25, July 6: The Chemistry of the Transition Metals - Molecular Orbital Theory for Compex Ions; Properties of the Period 4 Transition Metals.
© R A Paselk
Last modified 6 July 2006