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Series: Chemistry: Full Course

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  • Lessons: 303
  • Total Time: 52h 7m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 10/22/2009
  • Last Updated At: 11/30/2011

This series of lessons mirrors those available in the comprehensive course, Chemistry. This course and others are available from Thinkwell, Inc. The full course can also be found at http://www.thinkwell.com/student/product/chemistry. This series of lessons covers atoms, molecules and ions, stoichiometry, reactions in aqueous solutions, gases, thermochemistry, Modern Atomic Theory, electron configurations, periodicity, chemical bonding, molecular geometry, bonding theory, oxidation-reduction reactions, condensed phases, solution properties, kinetics, acids and bases, organic reactions, thermodynamics, nuclear chemistry, metals, nonmetals, biochemistry, organic chemistry, and more. The course features three renowned chemistry professors: Dean Harman, a professor of Chemistry at the University of Virginia and Gordon Yee, an associate professor of Chemistry at Virginia Tech and Tarek Sammakia, a professor of chemistry at the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Thinkwell lessons feature a star-studded cast of outstanding university professors: Edward Burger (Pre-Algebra through...

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Nopic_grn
Radial solutions
04/21/2014
~ Markcollacott47

excellent

Jay_homepage
Tricky topic; but handled gradually ... nicely
07/19/2013
~ Jayreimer

In a nutshell, the 2nd law says "spontaneous reactions increase entropy." Based on first video, remember what spontaneous means and now we are adding that "entropy" (meaning disorder) increases. The presenter provides several good examples. Content is abstract (which is why I bought this video: I did not get it!) but the lecture makes it sufficiently comprehensible that I am ready to move forward.

Thanks Thinkwell & MindBites!

Nopic_gry
Great sum up of Carbs
02/14/2013
~ aberry

I found this very helpful however he talks a tad fast so you really have to pay attention or plan to watch twice. I wish he would have slowed his speech just a little and made the video another minute or two longer, otherwise it's great.

Nopic_tan
Great start.. confusing end
11/12/2012
~ benpatrick12

Started out great and then got terribly confusing and fast at the end.

Nopic_orng
great series
11/07/2012
~ nadine6

These series have been extremely helpful to me since I am a veteran returning from Iraq to go back to school, having been out of school for a while I have forgotten most of this stuff. I wish the VA covered instructional materials like this, it's difficult to go back to school when you've forgotten most of your high school education.More schools should incorporate learning programs such as these into their curriculum.

Nopic_grn
is there something wrong with sample weight?
11/02/2012
~ dortiz

Its very clear and helpful but where did the .2832 come from? Initially there was a different mass for the initial compound...

Nopic_gry
Naming chemical compounds
10/10/2012
~ ttice

Just ok

Nopic_dkb
Great! Thank you! The best!
09/12/2012
~ afernandes

I've checked other lessons on the same subject in the Internet.

But that is the best (despite the HORRIBLE musics and sounds using as a helpers in the intermissions. Usefull, but not fun at all).

Alex
Brazil - Rio de Janeiro

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