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Inorganic Chemistry is yet another “Teacher’s Choice” course from Teachers Training for a complete understanding of the fundamental topics. You are also entitled to exclusive tutor support and a professional CPD-accredited certificate in addition to the special discounted price for a limited time. Just like all our courses, this Inorganic Chemistry and its curriculum have also been designed by expert teachers so that teachers of tomorrow can learn from the best and equip themselves with all the necessary skills.

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Course Curriculum

Unit 01: ABOUT THE COURSE
Learning objectives 00:10:00
Example of a solved problem 00:06:00
Unit 02: Quantities and Units
System of measurement 00:02:00
International system of units 00:05:00
Temperature units and scales 00:04:00
Use and misuse of units 00:03:00
Dimensional analysis 00:03:00
Quantities and units: Solved problems 00:10:00
Unit 03: Atomic, Molecular and Molar Masses
Atoms 00:02:00
Nuclei 00:04:00
Periodic table 00:08:00
Relative atomic masses 00:04:00
Moles 00:05:00
Symbols, formulas and molar masses 00:04:00
Atomic, molecular and molar masses – Problems with solutions 00:16:00
Unit 04: Formulas and Compositions
Empirical formula from composition 00:04:00
Composition from formula 00:04:00
Nuclidic molecular masses and chemical formulas 00:05:00
Formulas and compositions: Solved problems 00:24:00
Unit 05: Inorganic Nomenclature
Introduction to nomenclature 00:03:00
Naming binary compounds of nonmetals 00:05:00
Naming ionic compounds 00:01:00
Naming monoatomic cations 00:06:00
Naming polyatomic cations 00:03:00
Naming monoatomic anions 00:02:00
Naming oxyanions 00:05:00
Naming special anions 00:01:00
Putting the names of the ions together 00:02:00
Writing formulas for ionic compounds 00:08:00
Naming inorganic acids 00:06:00
Naming acid salts 00:04:00
Naming hydrates 00:01:00
Unit 06: Chemical Equations
Introduction to chemical equations 00:02:00
Molecular relations from equations 00:05:00
Mass relations from equations 00:06:00
Limiting reactant 00:01:00
Calculations from chemical equations: Solved problems 00:24:00
Types of chemical reactions 00:04:00
Unit 07: Measurement of Gases
Pressure 00:07:00
Gas laws 00:02:00
Boyle’s law: Constant temperature 00:01:00
Charles’ law: Constant pressure 00:01:00
Gay-Lussac’s law: Constant volume 00:01:00
Combined gas law 00:01:00
Density of an ideal gas 00:03:00
Dalton’s law for partial pressures 00:01:00
Collecting a gas over a liquid 00:02:00
Deviation from ideal beahvior 00:01:00
Measurement of gases: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 08: The Ideal Gas Law
Avogadro’s hypothesis 00:03:00
Molar volume 00:01:00
Ideal gas law 00:05:00
Gas volume relations from equations 00:04:00
Gas stoichiometry involving mass 00:05:00
The ideal gas law: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 09: Thermochemistry
Heat 00:04:00
Energy and enthalpy 00:05:00
Enthalpy changes for various processes 00:12:00
Rules of thermochemistry 00:09:00
Thermochemistry – Problems with solutions 00:21:00
Unit 10: Atomic Structure
Characters of light 00:05:00
Interaction of light with matter 00:08:00
Particles and waves 00:03:00
Orbitals 00:17:00
The Pauli exclusion principle 00:01:00
Aufbau principle 00:03:00
Electron configuration 00:11:00
Atomic radii 00:04:00
Ionization energies 00:03:00
Electron affinity and magnetic properties 00:05:00
Atomic structure – Problems with solutions 00:16:00
Unit 11: Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
Introduction to chemical bonding 00:02:00
Octet rule 00:03:00
Ionic bonding 00:09:00
Electron dot notation 00:05:00
Covalent bonding 00:17:00
Distinction between ionic and covalent bonding 00:03:00
Predicting the nature of bonding in compounds 00:05:00
Formal charges 00:08:00
Dipole moment and electronegativity 00:04:00
Hybrid orbitals 00:10:00
Unit 12: Solids and Liquids
Crystals 00:08:00
Close packing 00:04:00
Crystal forces 00:06:00
Liquid forces 00:03:00
Solids and liquids: Solved problems 00:22:00
Unit 13: Oxidation - Reduction
Introduction to redox reactions 00:04:00
Oxidation number 00:09:00
Oxidizing and reducing agents 00:05:00
Ionic notation for equations 00:04:00
Balancing oxidation-reduction equations 00:11:00
Oxidation-reduction: Solved problems 00:14:00
Unit 14: Concentration of Solutions
Composition of solutions 00:01:00
Concentrations 00:02:00
Molarity 00:02:00
Normality 00:05:00
Molality 00:01:00
Mole fraction 00:01:00
Comparison and summary of the concentration units 00:04:00
Dilution problems 00:01:00
Concentration of solutions: Solved problems 00:14:00
Unit 15: Reaction Involving Standard Solutions
Reactions involving standard solutions 00:04:00
Reaction involving standard solutions: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 16: Properties of Solutions
Introduction to chemical solutions 00:02:00
Vapor pressure lowering 00:04:00
Freezing point lowering 00:05:00
Boiling point lowering 00:03:00
Osmotic pressure 00:03:00
Solution of gases in liquids 00:02:00
Law of distribution 00:01:00
Properties of solutions: Solved problems 00:13:00
Unit 17: Thermodynamics
The first law 00:02:00
The second law 00:06:00
Entropy 00:04:00
The third law 00:01:00
Standard states 00:06:00
Chemical equilibrium 00:03:00
The equilibrium constant 00:10:00
Le Chatelier’s principle 00:14:00
Thermodynamics – Problems with solutions 00:18:00
Unit 18: Acids and Bases
Arrhenius concept 00:03:00
Brönsted-Lowry concept 00:08:00
Lewis concept 00:02:00
Ionization of water 00:07:00
Hydrolysis 00:06:00
Buffer solutions 00:06:00
Indicators 00:03:00
Polytropic acids 00:05:00
Titration 00:08:00
Acids and bases – Problems with solutions 00:21:00
Unit 19: Complex Ions and Precipitates
Coordination complexes 00:08:00
Solubility product 00:02:00
Precipitation 00:05:00
Complex ions and precipitates: Solved problems 00:06:00
Unit 20: Electrochemistry
Electrical units 00:03:00
Faraday’s laws 00:04:00
Voltaic cells 00:06:00
Standard half-cell potential 00:07:00
Combining couples 00:04:00
Free energy and Nernst equation 00:08:00
Electrolysis 00:06:00
Electrochemistry: Solved problems 00:16:00
Unit 21: Rates of Reactions
Introduction to rates of reactions 00:01:00
Rate constants and order of reactions 00:11:00
First order reactions 00:02:00
Other rate laws 00:01:00
Energy of activation 00:01:00
Mechanism of reaction: Molecularity 00:05:00
Mechanism of reaction: Energetics 00:05:00
Rates of reactions: Solved problems 00:13:00
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