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The Chemistry 1 Tutor: Vol 1 - Online Course Video Lessons

This area contains the lessons for The Chemistry 1 Tutor, Vol 1 Tutorial Videos. 

Here we learn how to solve Chemistry problems with fully worked example problems. Topics include atoms, ions, isotopes, mass number, atomic number, the periodic table, chemical compounds, and more!


Section 1: Introduction to Chemistry


Section 2 - Units and Unit Conversions in Chemistry
Section 2 - Units and Unit Conversions in Chemistry In this section, we cover the very important topic of how to handle units and unit conversions in Chemistry. We first discuss the SI system (metric system) of units, followed by examples of using the metric prefixes in everyday situations. We conclude the lesson by teaching a very powerful method of unit conversion that the student will use in almost every Chemistry problem in subsequent lessons. . . . View the lesson
Section 3 - Significant Figures in Calculations
Section 3 - Significant Figures in Calculations In this section, we teach the student how to use significant figures in calculations. We first explain why significant figures are important, then teach the student how to count significant figures in numerous example numbers. We conclude by showing the student how to properly calculate answers and keep the required number of significant figures in the answer. . . . View the lesson
Section 4 - Temperature in Chemistry
Section 4 - Temperature in Chemistry In this section, the student will learn about the Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin Temperature scales. We will use numerous examples to convert back and forth between the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales and give practical examples of the importance of temperature in Chemistry. . . . View the lesson
Section 5 - Density
Section 5 - Density In this section, the student will learn about the concept of the density of a substance. We first discuss what density is, then numerous problems are presented to show how to calculate density. . . . View the lesson
Section 6 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 1
Section 6 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 1 In this section, the student will learn about the atomic theory of matter and how it applies to Chemistry. We will learn about Dalton's Atomic Theory and how atoms combine in fixed proportion to form compounds. We also learn about the law of conservation of mass, the law of fixed proportions, and the law of multiple proportions. . . . View the lesson
Section 7 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 2
Section 7 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 2 In this section, the student learns how to apply the laws that were introduced in the previous section to solve chemistry problems. Numerous problems are solved step-by-step so that the student learns how to apply the Law of Conservation of Mass and the Law of Constant Proportions and gain confidence in his or her problems solving ability. . . . View the lesson
Section 8 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 3
Section 8 - The Atomic Theory of Matter, Part 3 In this section, the we solve additional problems that involve the atomic theory of matter and build the students confidence in his or her problem solving ability. . . . View the lesson
Section 9 - Atomic Number, Mass Number, and Isotopes of Elements
Section 9 - Atomic Number, Mass Number, and Isotopes of Elements In this section, we introduce the student to the concepts of the atomic number and mass number of elements on the periodic table. We also explain in detail what isotopes of elements are and how they are named. Numerous problems are worked to give the student hands on practice with this material. . . . View the lesson
Section 10 - Atomic Mass of an Element
Section 10 - Atomic Mass of an Element In this section, the student will learn how to calculate the atomic mass of an element when provided with the isotope masses and percent abundances in nature. We discuss why this is important and how it applies to the atomic mass of the elements printed on the periodic table. . . . View the lesson
Section 11 - Overview of the Periodic Table
Section 11 - Overview of the Periodic Table In this section, we give an overview of the periodic table and its uses in chemical calculations. We learn how to identify the atomic mass, atomic number, chemical symbol, and we also learn about the group and period properties, noble cases, and how the table is organized. . . . View the lesson
Section 12 - Naming Molecular Compounds
Section 12 - Naming Molecular Compounds In this section, the student will learn the difference between inorganic and organic compounds and how to determine if a compound is an ionic compound or a molecular compound. Next, we learn all of the diatomic molecules and how to name molecular compounds in Chemistry. . . . View the lesson
Section 13 - Ions and Ionic Charge
Section 13 - Ions and Ionic Charge In this section, the student will what an ion is and how it differs from a neutral atom. Next, we will learn how to predict the sign and magnitude of the charge on an element using the periodic table. . . . View the lesson
Section 14 - Ionic Compounds
Section 14 - Ionic Compounds In this section, we will begin the study of ionic compounds. The student is taught what an ionic compound is and how it relates to the molecular compounds that we have previously studied. We then examine how to predict the chemical formula for ionic compounds using the periodic table. . . . View the lesson
Section 15 - Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic Ions
Section 15 - Ionic Compounds with Polyatomic Ions In this section, we continue to study ionic compounds but in this case we learn how to form ionic compounds with polyatomic ions such as sulfates, nitrates, sulfites, etc. The student is first taught what a polyatomic ion is, then we learn how to predict the chemical formula of ionic compounds that contain polyatomic ions. . . . View the lesson
Section 16 - Hydrate Compounds
Section 16 - Hydrate Compounds In this section, the student will learn what a hydrate compound is and how they form. The student will learn how to name hydrate compounds when presented with a chemical formula. . . . View the lesson