1A. Lecture 01. Introduction to General Chemistry.

Recorded February 25, 2013.

Index of Topics:
00:55- What We Will Cover
01:55- "Fundamentals"
02:40- Significant Figures
07:08- Significant Figures Continuted
11:44- Dimensional Analysis: Conversion Factors
12:30- Fundamental Problems
21:05- Dimensional Analysis: Conversion Factors (revisited)
22:22- Structure of an Atom
25:07- Cartoon: Another Casualty in the War of the Sodium Atoms
26:06- Isotopes, Natural Abundance, and Molecular Mass
28:20- Periodic Table
28:27- Isotopes, Natural Abundance, and Molecular Mass (revisited)
29:11- Example Problem: Average Molecular Mass
32:29- Periodic Table (revisited)
34:21- Naming
37:12- Bonding: Finding that Special Element(s) That Completes You
38:09- Types of Bonds
38:25- Periodic Table (revisited)
38:57- Types of Bonds (revisited)
40:28- Empirical Vs. Chemical Formulas
32:30- Cartoon: Ionic Bonds
43:28- Ionic Bonds
45:32- Making Ionic Compounds a Helpful Trick- Balancing Charges
46:42- Making Ionic Compounds
48:26- Charges of Atoms
50:50- Inert Pair Effect
51:36- Naming Ionic Compounds
52:36- Naming Ionic Compounds: Memorization Help

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