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In this course, students learn the basic and advanced level of chemistry chapters for their school/college level. Int this course, topics like Chemistry fundamentals, chemical reactions, intermolecular forces, phases of matter, solutions, electron transfer, radioactive decay, chemical equilibrium are covered. Students who are majoring in chemistry can enroll in this course and polish their skills with our online Chemistry tutors.

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Course Content

Chapter 1: Planet Earth
This chapter includes natural cycles and resources, the water cycle, the carbon cycle, the nitrogen cycle, renewable and nonrenewable resources, the atmosphere, pollution in the air, global warming and the green-house effect, seas and rivers, the earth’s crust, the limestone cycle, the problem with fossil fuels, hydrogen as fuel, hydrogen fuel cells and land pollution

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Chapter 2: The Nature of Matter
This Chapter includes the states of matter, changes in physical state, melting and freezing, sublimation, evaporation, boiling, condensation, the concept of a pure substance, heating and cooling curves, the effect of impurities, types of mixtures, separating and purifying substances, fractional distillation, the purity and identity of mistakes, solubility of substances into each other, chemical reactions and physical changes, atoms and molecules, elements and compounds, atomic theory, the kinetic model of matter, diffusion in fluids, atoms and molecules, the structure of an atom, subatomic particles, proton (atomic) number and nucleon (mass) number, isotopes, relative atomic masses, radioactivity, the uses of radioactivity and electron arrangements in atoms

Chapter 3: Elements and Compounds
This chapter includes the periodic table, metals and nonmetals, semimetals, groups and periods in the periodic table, electron arrangement and the periodic table, trends in groups of periodic table, alkali metals, halogens, the chemical reactivity of halogens, the noble gases, trends across a period, the transition elements, the position of hydrogen in the periodic table, chemical bonding in elements and compounds, bonding in the elements, bonding in metals, bonding in non-metals, chemical bonding in compounds, covalent compounds, ionic compounds, polyatomic ions, the physical properties of ionic and covalent bonds, the chemical formulae of elements and compounds, the formulae of elements, the formulae of ionic compounds, the formulae of covalent compounds, naming chemical compounds, metals, alloys and crystals, macromolecules and molecular crystals

Chapter 4: Chemical Reactions
This chapter includes chemical reactions and equations, physical change, balanced symbol equations, types of chemical reactions, neutralization and precipitation, displacement reactions, combustion, oxidation and reduction, redox reactions, electrolysis, conductivity in solids, conductivity in liquids, the electrolytic cell, electrolysis of molten compounds, electrolysis of solutions, electroplating, electrode reactions, oxidation and reduction during electrolysis and the refining of copper by electrolysis.

Chapter 5: Acids, Bases and Salts
This chapter includes introductions to acids, universal indicator, the pH scale, acid and alkali solutions, metal oxides and non-metal oxides, neutral and amphoteric oxides, acid reactions in everyday life, alkalis and bases, characteristic reactions of acids, acids and alkalis in chemical analysis, salts, the solubility of salts, water of crystallization, preparing soluble salts, preparing insoluble salts, strong and weak acids, and alkalis.

Chapter 6: Quantitative Chemistry
This chapter includes chemicals analysis and formulae, relative atomic mass, compound formation and chemical formulae, reacting amounts of substance, the mole and chemical formulae, working out chemical formulae, empirical and molecular formulae, hydrated salts, the mole and chemical equation, calculating reacting amounts, percentage yields and percentage purity of the product, calculations involving gases, moles and solution chemistry, calculation using solution concentrations, acid-base titrations, concentrations and solubility

Chapter 7: Rates of Reactions
This chapter includes energy changes in chemical reactions, heat of reaction, experimental thermochemistry, heat of neutralization, activation energy, rates of reaction, factors affecting the rates of reaction, catalysts, surface catalysts and collision theory, photochemical reactions, reversible reactions and chemical equilibria, Haber process, the reversible hydration of salts, chemical equilibrium and Le-Chatelier’s principle, conditions affecting the chemical equilibrium, and weak acids and alkalis

Chapter 8: Patterns and Properties of Metals
This chapter includes the alkali metals, the reaction of alkali metals with water, compounds of alkali metals, Group II metals, the thermite reaction of aluminium, the transition elements, coloured compounds, variable valency oxidations states, catalytic properties, magnetic properties, the reactions of certain transition metals, the reactivity of metals, the extraction of metals, reaction of metals with air, water and dilute acids, metal displacement reactions, thermal decomposition of metallic compounds, electric cells and energy, electrochemical cells, and oxidation and reduction in power cells

Chapter 9: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry
This chapter includes the extraction of metals by carbon extraction, the production of iron in blast furnace, steelmaking, carbon steel and alloys steel, the rusting of iron and its prevention, the extraction of zinc and copper, the extraction of metals by electrolysis the extraction of aluminum, ammonia, and fertilizers, sulphur and sulphuric acid, the uses of sulphuric compounds, the Chlor-alkali industry, limestone and the economics of the chemical industry

Chapter 10: Organic Chemistry
This chapter includes the unique properties of carbon, alkanes, burning alkanes, a homologous series, alkenes and unsaturated hydrocarbons, chemical test for unsaturation, hydrocarbon structure and isomerism, chemical reactions of alkanes, chemical reactions of alkenes, hydrogenations, hydration, alcohols, making ethanol, the reactions of ethanol, esterification, organic acids and esters