Introductory Chemistry 101

James Richard Fromm


Course Outline

  1. An Introduction to Chemistry
  2. Atoms and Molecules
  3. Molar Stoichiometry
  4. Gases: The Empirical Gas Laws
  5. Gases: The Ideal Gas Law
  6. Kinetic-Molecular Theory Explains the Ideal Gas Law
  7. From Heat to Enthalpy
  8. Enthalpy Changes in Reactions
  9. Chemical Equilibrium: A Dynamic Concept
  10. Chemical Equilibrium: Equilibrium Constants
  11. Chemical Equilibrium: Gas-Phase Equilibria
  12. Midterm Examination Forms
  13. Acids and Bases: Aqueous Terms and Concepts
  14. Acids and Bases: Aqueous Reactions
  15. Acids and Bases: Acidities of Aqueous Solutions
  16. Acids and Bases: Buffer Solutions
  17. Acids and Bases: Acid-Base Titrations
  18. Solutions and Solubility: Terms and Concepts
  19. Ions in Aqueous Solution: Solubility
  20. Matter and Energy: Spectroscopy
  21. Electrons in Atoms
  22. Electrons in Molecules
  23. The Covalent Bond
  24. Shapes of Molecules: Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion
  25. Main Group Elements: Industrial Processes
  26. Final Examination Forms
  27. Nuclear Chemistry

Copyright 1997 James R. Fromm