Date Added: May 2, 2009
In this video lecture, Chemguy instructs on formal charge calculation and resonance.
Some definitions discussed in this lesson:
- Format Change = Free atom valence - Assigned valence.
- All formal charges in molecule must total the overall charge.
- The more electronegative element, like oxygen, must have the lower formal charge.
- Atomic Theory I: Energy and Waves
- Atomic Theory II: Bohr Model
- Atomic Theory III: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
- Atomic Theory IV: Pauli Exclusion Principle
- Atomic Theory V: Example of Quantum Numbers
- Atomic Theory VI: Electron Configurations & Aufbau Principle
- Atomic Theory VII: Periodic Trends
- Bonding I: Lattice Energy
- Bonding II: Formal Charge & Resonance
- Bonding III: Trigonal Bipyramidal, Seesaw and T-Shape
- Bonding IV: Octahedral and Square Planar
- Bonding V: Molecular Orbitals
- Bonding VI: Orbital Hybridization
- Stoichiometry I: Molar Mass & Mass Percent Calculation
- Stoichiometry II: Percent Composition by Mass & Empirical Formula
- Stoichiometry III: Water of Hydration Calculation
- Stoichiometry III/ Solutions I: Determining Empirical Formula & Advanced Solutions
- Solutions II: Finding Mass %, Mole Fraction & Molality
- Solutions III: Tyndal Effect, Boiling Point and Freezing Point
- Solution IV: Raoult's Law
- Solubility Product I: Molar Solubility & Ksp
- Solubility Product II: Relative Solubility
- Gases I: Kinetic Molecular Theory
- Gases II: Graham's Law of Effusion
- Kinetics I: Rate Laws
- Kinetics II: Determining Rate Law of Reaction
- Kinetics III: Integrated Rate Law in 0th, 1st and 2nd Order
- Kinetics IV: Graphing Integrated Rate Law Data
- Kinetics V: Reaction Mechanisms
- Kinetics VI: Activation Energy
- Thermodynamics I: Entropy
- Thermodynamics II: Spontaneous Reaction
- Thermodynamics III: Gibbs Free Energy
- Thermodynamics IV: Free Energy Calculations
- Thermodynamics V: Nernst Equation
In this course, Rob Lederer (Chemguy) covers the entire Advanced Placement Chemistry curriculum for Grade 12 students enrolled in a Chemistry AP course. Topics included in these video lectures are: Thermodynamics, Bonding, Kinetics, Solutions, Stoichiometry and many more.
This course is also complemented by Chemguy's video lecture series: Senior Chemistry with Chemguy. It covers topics which this course does not, such as Redox Chemistry and Acids and Bases.
Perfect for high school students and even college students enrolled in an introductory chemistry course, Chemguy provides us with great and easy-to-follow lessons on the AP Chemistry curriculum, all made possible thanks to his great enthusiasm, passion for the subject and sense of humor.