2018-02-07

Principles of Chemical Science (Fall 2014) by Catherine Drennan at MIT


source: MIT OpenCourseWare        2017年8月17日
MIT 5.111 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2014
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Instructor: Catherine Drennan
An introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules with emphasis on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis.
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21:19 1. The Importance of Chemical Principles
39:00 2. Atomic Structure
45:52 3. Wave-Particle Duality of Light
46:03 4. Wave-Particle Duality of Matter; Schrödinger Equation
41:39 5. Hydrogen Atom Energy Levels
1:00:39 6. Hydrogen Atom Wavefunctions (Orbitals)
35:56 7. Multielectron Atoms
41:36 8. The Periodic Table and Periodic Trends
53:53 9. Periodic Table; Ionic and Covalent Bonds
10 43:38 10. Lewis Structures
11 28:46 11. Formal Charge and Resonance
12 45:18 12. The Shapes of Molecules: VSEPR Theory
13 1:05:37 13. Molecular Orbital Theory
14 56:46 14. Valence Bond Theory and Hybridization
15 38:21 15. Thermodynamics: Bond and Reaction Enthalpies
16 32:01 16. Thermodynamics: Gibbs Free Energy and Entropy
17 32:35 17. Thermodynamics: Now What Happens When You Heat It Up?
18 47:51 18. Introduction to Chemical Equilibrium
19 47:05 19. Chemical Equilibrium: Le Châtelier’s Principle
20 42:11 20. Solubility and Acid-Base Equilibrium
21 1:00:22 21. Acid-Base Equilibrium: Is MIT Water Safe to Drink?
22 50:29 22. Acid-Base Equilibrium: Salt Solutions and Buffers
23 45:22 23. Acid-Base Titrations Part I
24 20:53 24. Acid-Base Titrations Part II
25 53:08 25. Oxidation-Reduction and Electrochemical Cells
26 43:50 26. Chemical and Biological Oxidations
27 43:31 27. Introduction to Transition Metals
28 53:35 28. Transition Metals: Crystal Field Theory Part I
29 35:06 29. Transition Metals: Crystal Field Theory Part II
30 45:26 30. Kinetics: Rate Laws
31 34:41 31. Nuclear Chemistry and Chemical Kinetics
32 46:28 32. Kinetics: Reaction Mechanisms
33 51:39 33. Kinetics and Temperature
34 41:14 34. Kinetics: Catalysts
35 33:05 35. Applying Chemical Principles

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