5.112 Principles of Chemical Science

Course Description

5.112 is an introductory chemistry course for students with an unusually strong background in chemistry. Knowledge of calculus equivalent to 18.01 is recommended. Emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis. The course also covers applications of basic principles to problems in metal coordination chemistry, organic chemistry, and biological chemistry.

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Sylvia Ceyer, 5.112 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2005. (MIT OpenCourseWare: Massachusetts Institute of Technology), http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Chemistry/5-112Fall-2005/CourseHom... (Accessed August 07, 2008). License: Creative commons BY-NC-SA
5.112 Principles of Chemical Science
A molecular structure depicts the bonds and relative positions of atoms in a molecule such as that in Paclitaxel shown here
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Atomic Theory of Matter (N/A) Play Video
2 Discovery of Nucleus (N/A) Play Video
3 Wavelike Properties of Radiation (N/A) Play Video
4 Particle-like Nature of Light (N/A) Play Video
5 Matter As a Wave (N/A) Play Video
6 Schrödinger Equation for H Atom (48:06) Play Video
7 Hydrogen Atom Wavefunctions (N/A) Play Video
8 P Orbitals (50:16) Play Video
9 Electronic Structure of Multielectron Atoms (N/A) Play Video
10 Periodic Trends in Elemental Properties (N/A) Play Video
11 Why Wavefunctions are Important? (N/A) Play Video
12 Ionic Bonds - Classical Model and Mechanism (N/A) Play Video
13 Kinetic Theory - Behavior of Gases (N/A) Play Video
14 Distribution Molecular Energies (N/A) Play Video
15 Internal Degrees of Freedom (N/A) Play Video
16 Intermolecular Interactions (N/A) Play Video
17 Polarizability (N/A) Play Video
18 Thermodynamics and Spontaneous Change (N/A) Play Video
19 Molecular Description of Acids and Bases (N/A) Play Video
20 Lewis and Brønsted Acid-Base Concepts Play Video
21 Titration Curves and pH Indicators (N/A) Play Video
22 Electrons in Chemistry: Redox Processes (N/A) Play Video
23 Cell Potentials and Free Energy (N/A) Play Video
24 Theory of Molecular Shapes (N/A) Play Video
25 Valence Bond Theory (N/A) Play Video
26 Molecular Orbital Theory (48:45) Play Video
27 Molecular Orbital Theory for Diatomic Molecules (51:56) Play Video
28 Molecular Orbital Theory for Polyatomic Molecules (46:09) Play Video
29 Crystal Field Theory (50:23) Play Video
30 Crystal Field Theory (46:52) Play Video
31 Color and Magnetism of Coordination Complexes (49:10) Play Video
32 Coordination Complexes and Ligands (50:58) Play Video
33 Ligand Substitution Reactions: Kinetics (46:20) Play Video
34 Bonding in Metals and Semiconductors (46:42) Play Video
35 Metals in Biology (N/A) Play Video
36 Nuclear Chemistry and the Cardiolite (36:22) Play Video

Comments

Displaying 1 comment:

Zachary.Aaron wrote 9 years ago.
I would really like to begin my studies on chem... But this
vidieo is not available right now. Please, who ever can fix
this, try... Because I am going to begin on the first
lecture of Principals of chemical science. And even though
Metals in Chemistry could be explored and learned by surfing
the web, I would rather listen to a lecture.


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