Chemistry I Tutorials with Worksheets

Course Description

In this video tutorial series, study the fundamentals of Chemistry while completing all the work on the provided worksheet. Clutch Prep offers textbook-specific videos to help you pass your toughest science classes.

Check out the list of Organic Chemistry textbooks they cover here: https://www.clutchprep.com/chemistry

Chemistry I Tutorials with Worksheets
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Understanding Matter Play Video
2 Classifications of Matter Play Video
3 Volume, compressibility and viscosity of phases of matter Play Video
4 Homogeneous vs Heterogeneous Mixtures Play Video
5 Physical vs Chemical Changes Play Video
6 Understanding Scientific Notation Play Video
7 Precision vs Accuracy Play Video
8 Understanding Standard Deviation Play Video
9 Understanding Metric Prefixes Play Video
10 Using the Metric Prefix Chart Play Video
11 Determining significant figures Play Video
12 Understanding calculations with Significant Figures Play Video
13 Understanding Temperature and Heat Play Video
14 Kelvins, Celsius and Fahrenheit Play Video
15 Understanding Unit Conversions Play Video
16 Examining Dimensional Analysis Play Video
17 Understanding Density Play Video
18 Classification of Elements in the Periodic Table Play Video
19 The Groups of the Periodic Table Play Video
20 Phases of the Elements in the Periodic Table Play Video
21 The Reason for Negative and Positive Ions Play Video
22 Cations as Type I Metals vs Type II Metals Play Video
23 Nonmetals and anion formation Play Video
24 Understanding and Recognizing Element Symbols Play Video
25 Discussing the Monoatomic Elements Play Video
26 Discussing the Diatomic and Polyatomic Elements Play Video
27 Understanding Atomic Mass & Isotopes Play Video
28 Calculating the average mass of an element Play Video
29 Avogadro’s Number, Moles, Molecules & Atoms Play Video
30 Atoms to Moles to Grams Play Video
31 Molecules to Moles to Grams Play Video
32 Discussing Atomic Structure Play Video
33 Discussing Atomic Number & Atomic Mass Play Video
34 The Conservation of Matter Play Video
35 Law of Definite Proportions Play Video
36 Law of Multiple Proportions Play Video
37 Explanation for Bond Formation Play Video
38 Understanding an Ionic Bond Play Video
39 Understanding a Covalent Bond Play Video
40 Understanding a Metallic Bond Play Video
41 Understanding the Ionic Bonding Model Play Video
42 Understanding the Polyatomic Ions Play Video
43 The 4 Characteristics of Polyatomic Ions with Halogens Play Video
44 Naming System for Polyatomic Ions with Halogens Play Video
45 Understanding how Ionic Compounds are formed Play Video
46 Rules for Naming a Binary Ionic Compound Play Video
47 Understanding the Base Name of the nonmetal Play Video
48 Rules for naming Ionic Compounds with polyatomics Play Video
49 Rules for Naming Ionic Hydrates Play Video
50 Rules for Naming Molecular Compounds Play Video
51 Rules for Naming Binary Acids Play Video
52 Rules for Naming Oxyacids Play Video
53 Empirical Formula vs Molecular Formula Play Video
54 Understanding Combustion Analysis Play Video
55 Understanding the difference between Atomic Mass & Molecular Mass Play Video
56 Understanding Mass Percent Play Video
57 Balancing Chemical Reactions Play Video
58 Understanding the Types of Functional Groups Play Video
59 Defining Stoichiometry Play Video
60 The Stoichiometric Chart Play Video
61 Understanding the limiting reactant or reagent Play Video
62 Understanding Percent Yield Play Video
63 Definition of Molarity Play Video
64 The Difference Between a Solute and Solvent Play Video
65 Molarity and Stoichiometry Play Video
66 Stoichiometric Chart and Molarity Play Video
67 The Rules for the Solubility of a compound Play Video
68 The meaning of the terms soluble and aqueous Play Video
69 The meaning of the terms insoluble and precipitate Play Video
70 The Classification of Electrolytes Play Video
71 The Strong Electrolytes Play Video
72 The Weak Electrolytes Play Video
73 The Non Electrolytes Play Video
74 Writing Chemical Reactions Play Video
75 Balanced Molecular Equation Play Video
76 Total Ionic Equation Play Video
77 Net Ionic Equation Play Video
78 Understanding Oxidation versus Reduction Play Video
79 Rules for Oxidation Numbers Play Video
80 Determining Oxidation Numbers Play Video
81 Pressure vs Force Play Video
82 The different units for Pressure Play Video
83 Understanding Dalton's Law Play Video
84 Understanding mole fraction and partial pressure Play Video
85 Boyle's Law Play Video
86 Charles Law Play Video
87 Avogadro's Law Play Video
88 Understanding PV = nRT, the Ideal Gas Law Play Video
89 Gay Lussac's Law Play Video
90 Ideal Gas Stoichiometry Play Video
91 Understanding Standard State Conditions Play Video
92 Standard Molar Volume Play Video
93 Combined Gas Law Play Video
94 Using the Ideal Gas Law to find density or molar mass Play Video
95 Understanding kinetic energy & Root Mean Square Speed Play Video
96 Understanding Graham's Law of Effusion Play Video
97 Understanding the Kinetic Molecular Theory Play Video
98 The Characteristics of an Ideal Gas Play Video
99 Thermodynamics vs Thermochemistry Play Video
100 System vs Surroundings Play Video
101 Understanding the internal energy of the system Play Video
102 Heat vs. Work Play Video
103 Calculating work Play Video
104 Calculating heat and the internal energy of the system Play Video
105 Calculating the internal energy of the system in a vacuum Play Video
106 Heat capacity vs Specific Heat Capacity Play Video
107 Bomb Calorimeter Play Video
108 Coffee Cup Calorimeter Play Video
109 Calculating the Heat of the Solution Play Video
110 Calculating the enthalpy of the reaction Play Video
111 Understanding Thermochemical Equations Play Video
112 Understanding Hess's Law Play Video
113 Using Hess's Law Play Video
114 Understanding a Formation Equation Play Video
115 Understanding Heats of Formation Play Video
116 The Electromagnetic Spectrum Play Video
117 Wavelength & Frequency Play Video
118 The relationship between Wavelength & Frequency Play Video
119 Converting between Wavelength & Frequency Play Video
120 Understanding Refraction Play Video
121 Understanding Diffraction Play Video
122 Understanding the difference between Constructive and Destructive Interference Play Video
123 Understanding Planck's constant Play Video
124 Understanding the Photoelectric Effect Play Video
125 Illustrating what happens when a photon strikes the surface of a metal Play Video
126 The De Broglie Wavelength Equation Play Video
127 Understanding the Atom Play Video
128 Absorption vs Emission Play Video
129 Understanding Absorption & Emission Play Video
130 Different Emission Series Play Video
131 The Quantum Mechanical Picture of the Atom Play Video
132 The Quantum Sublevels Play Video
133 The Principal Quantum Number (n) Play Video
134 Electron Capacity Play Video
135 The Angular Momentum Quantum Number (l) Play Video
136 The Magnetic Quantum Number (mL) Play Video
137 Understanding Periodic Law Play Video
138 The Auf Bau Principle Play Video
139 The s,p, d, f sublevels and the Periodic Table Play Video
140 The Electron Configuration of Fluorine Play Video
141 Hund's Rule Play Video
142 Understanding Paramagnetism & Diamagnetism Play Video
143 Inner Core vs Valence Electrons Play Video
144 The Spin Quantum Number Play Video
145 The Pauli Exclusion Principle Play Video
146 Revisiting the Quantum Mechanical Picture of the Atom Play Video
147 Quantum Numbers and Atomic Orbital Shape Play Video
148 Understanding Atomic Radius Play Video
149 Understanding Ionization Energy Play Video
150 Exceptions to Ionization Energy in Groups 5A & 6A Play Video
151 Electron Affinity Play Video
152 Ionic Radius Play Video
153 Exceptions to Ionization Energy in Groups 2A & 3A Play Video
154 Understanding Exergonic & Endergonic Reactions Play Video
155 Understanding Lattice Energy Play Video
156 Understanding Dipole Arrows Play Video
157 Dipole Arrows and Bond Classifications Play Video
158 Understanding Electronegativity Play Video
159 Understanding Lewis Dot Symbols Play Video
160 Rules for Drawing Molecular Compounds Play Video
161 Understanding Incomplete Octets Play Video
162 Understanding the Expanded Octet Play Video
163 Shortcut to Drawing Polyatomic Ions Play Video
164 Why is formal charge important Play Video
165 The Formal Charge Formula Play Video
166 Understanding Electronic Geometry Play Video
167 Understanding Molecular Geometry Play Video
168 VSEPR Model for Bonding Play Video
169 Ideal Bond Angles Play Video
170 Lone Pairs & Bond Angles Play Video
171 Understanding Molecular Polarity Play Video
172 The First Rule for Molecular Polarity Play Video
173 The Second Rule for Molecular Polarity Play Video
174 Understanding Overlapping Atomic Orbitals Play Video
175 Understanding Hybrid Orbitals Play Video
176 Simplifying Hybridization Play Video

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