Chemistry II Tutorials with Worksheets

Course Description

In this video tutorial series, study the second part of your first Organic Chemistry course while completing all the work on the provided worksheets.

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 II Tutorials with Worksheets
Students are offered PDF to be printed for each lesson and fill-in the blanks
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Understanding the difference between intermolecular and intramolecular forces Play Video
2 The First and Strongest Intermolecular Force Play Video
3 The Second Intermolecular Force Play Video
4 The Third Intermolecular Force Play Video
5 The Fourth Intermolecular Force Play Video
6 The Fifth Intermolecular Force Play Video
7 Understanding the Theory of "Likes" dissolve "Likes" Play Video
8 The Properties of the 3 Phases of Matter Play Video
9 Understanding the Phase Diagram Play Video
10 Understanding the Clasius-Clapeyron Equation Play Video
11 Understanding Molecular Orbital Theory Play Video
12 Calculating Bond Order Play Video
13 Solutions and Molarity Play Video
14 The Theory of “Likes” dissolve “Likes” Play Video
15 Molarity vs Molality Play Video
16 Mass Percent & Mole Fraction Play Video
17 Saturated, Unsaturated and Supersaturated Solutions Play Video
18 Henry’s Law Play Video
19 The Colligative Properties Play Video
20 Defining Vapor Pressure Play Video
21 Understanding Chemical Kinetics Play Video
22 Kinetics in a Chemical Reaction Play Video
23 Slow vs Fast Reactions Play Video
24 Kinetics & the Concentration of Compounds Play Video
25 Kinetics & the Surface Area of Compounds Play Video
26 Kinetics & Temperature Play Video
27 Kinetics & the Catalyst Play Video
28 Understanding Average or General Rate Play Video
29 Understanding the Rate Law Play Video
30 The Rate Determining Step Play Video
31 The Arrhenius Equation Play Video
32 The other forms of the Arrhenius Equation Play Video
33 The Integrated Rate Laws Play Video
34 Zeroth, First and Second Order Reactions Play Video
35 Understanding Chemical Equilibrium Play Video
36 Understanding the Equilibrium Constant Play Video
37 The Different Types of Equilibrium Constants Play Video
38 Understanding an ICE Chart Play Video
39 Understanding Le Chatelier’s Principle Play Video
40 Identifying Binary Acids Play Video
41 Identifying Oxyacids Play Video
42 Acids and Electrolytes Play Video
43 Strength of Binary Acids Play Video
44 The Strength of Oxyacids Play Video
45 Comparing the Strength of Oxyacids Play Video
46 Exceptions to the Strength of Oxyacids Play Video
47 Bases and Electrolytes Play Video
48 Bases and Group 1A Play Video
49 Bases and Group 2A Play Video
50 Amines Play Video
51 Discussing Arrhenius Acids and Bases Play Video
52 Discussing Brønsted – Lowry Acids and Bases Play Video
53 Understanding Amphoteric Species Play Video
54 Understanding Lewis Acids Play Video
55 Understanding Lewis Bases Play Video
56 Understanding pH vs pOH Play Video
57 The connection to Hydronium ion and Hydroxide ion concentrations Play Video
58 The pH Scale Play Video
59 Understanding the Auto Ionization Reaction Play Video
60 Calculating the pH of a Strong Acid or Strong Base Play Video
61 Calculating the pH of a Weak Acid or Weak Base Play Video
62 Understanding Ka and Kb Expressions Play Video
63 Understanding Ka and Kb Play Video
64 Transition Metal Cations and Acidity Play Video
65 Main Group Metal Cations and Acidity Play Video
66 Positive Amines and Acidity Play Video
67 Understanding a Buffer Play Video
68 Method 1 for a Creating a Buffer Play Video
69 Method 2 for a Creating a Buffer Play Video
70 The Henderson – Hasselbalch Equation Play Video
71 Understanding an Acid–Base Titration Curve Play Video
72 The Equivalence Point Play Video
73 Understanding Weak Acid–Base Titrations Play Video
74 Understanding Strong Acid–Base Titrations Play Video
75 Understanding the Solubility Product Constant Play Video
76 Understanding Spontaneity Play Video
77 The 2nd and 3rd Law of Thermodynamics Play Video
78 Increasing or Decreasing Entropy Play Video
79 Calculating Entropy of the Universe Play Video
80 Total Entropy and Spontaneity Play Video
81 Understanding Gibbs Free Energy Play Video
82 Understanding Oxidation versus Reduction Play Video
83 Rules for Oxidation Numbers Play Video
84 Determining Oxidation Numbers Play Video
85 Cell Potential and Spontaneity Play Video
86 Understanding Nuclear Reactions Play Video
87 Types of Nuclear Reactions Play Video
88 Understanding Alpha Decay or Emission Play Video
89 The Alpha Particle Play Video
90 Understanding Beta Decay or Emission Play Video
91 The Beta Particle Play Video
92 Understanding Gamma Radiation Play Video
93 The Gamma Particle Play Video
94 Understanding Electron Capture Play Video
95 Understanding Positron Emission Play Video
96 Radioactive Decay Rates Play Video

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