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Crash Course: Chemistry

Collector: Ann V.

Loosely based on the 2012 AP Chemistry curriculum, a series of 46 videos introduces high schoolers to organic chemistry. The videos model how to reason through problems, recognize different organic chemicals, their uses, and use the fundamental chemistry tools. Information about basic lab safety techniques is also included.

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acid rain, acids and bases, air pressure, alcohols, alkenes, anions, atomic mass, atomic structure, atoms, avogadro's number, balancing chemical equations, batteries, behavior of gases, binary code, boyle's law, calorimetry, carbon, cellular respiration, chemical bonds, chemical equilibrium, chemical formulas, chemical reactions, chemicals, cohesion, computer hardware, condensation, conservation of mass, dissolving, electron configuration, electronegativity, electrons, elements, energy, enthalpy, entropy, equilibrium, famous scientists, fats, fire safety, fossil fuels, free energy, gases, gravitational potential energy, hydrocarbons, hydrogen, isotopes, kinetics, lab safety, laws of thermodynamics, lewis dot structures, logarithms, metals, molar mass, molarity, molecules, moles, nature, neutralization, nuclear chemistry, numbers, organic compounds, oxidation numbers, participles, polymers, prefixes, protein, quadratic equations, quadratic formula, quantum mechanics, radioactivity, redox reactions, respiration, school safety, scientific notation, significant figures, solids, solubility, stoichiometry, suffixes, the periodic table, thermal energy, unit conversion, unit conversions, vapor pressure, voltage, volume, fission, 3-d, activation energy, air temperature, aldehydes, alkali metals, aqueous solution, atomic mass number, atomic numbers, buffers, cations, chemical nomenclature, chemical structure, collision theory, conjugate acid, dalton's atomic theory, diamonds, dissociation, double bonds, electrochemical cells, electrolysis, electron shells, electrostatics, endothermic reactions, equilibrium constant, ethylene, exothermic reactions, extraneous solutions, functional group, fusion, gas pressure, half lives, half reactions, halogens, hybridization, hydrogen bonds, ionic bonds, isomers, iupac names, ketones, le chatelier's principle, limestone, litmus paper, metalloids, net ionic equations, neutrons, noble gases, non-metals, nuclear fission, nuclear fusion, orbitals, oxidation, p waves, partial pressure, poh, polar molecules, polymerization, precipitates, protons, radioactive decay, radioactive isotopes, rate law, reduction, resonance, s waves, safety equipment, safety rules, scientific discoveries, semiconductors, solutes, specific heat capacity, the equilibrium constant, the nucleus, titration, transistors, transition metals, valence electrons, ernest rutherford, systematic naming, the carbon cycle, the law of conservation of energy, covalent bonds, conjugate bases, the ideal gas law, atomic models, depositions, mole fractions, the bohr model, the octet rule, the heisenberg uncertainty principal
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9th - 12th
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