Audio Presentations for An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop

 
   

The following links take you to PowerPoint-like presentations that include an audio narration of each section of the chemistry-first version of An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop.

Chemistry-First Chapters
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18

 

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Chemistry

Section 1.1: An Introduction to Chemistry

Section 1.2: Suggestions for Studying Chemistry

Section 1.3: The Scientific Method

Section 1.4: Measurement and Units

Section 1.5: Reporting Values from Measurements

 

Chapter 2: The Structure of Matter and the Chemical Elements

Section 2.1: Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Section 2.2: The Chemical Elements

Section 2.3: The Periodic Table of the Elements

Section 2.4: The Structure of the Elements

Section 2.5: Common Elements

 

Chapter 3: Chemical Compounds

Section 3.1: Classification of Matter

Section 3.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds

Section 3.3: Molecular Compounds

Section 3.4: Naming Binary Covalent Compounds

Section 3.5: Ionic Compounds

 

Chapter 4: An Introduction to Chemical Equations

Section 4.1: Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations

Section 4.2: Solubility of Ionic Compounds and Precipitation Reactions

 

Chapter 5: Acids, Bases, and Acid-Base Reactions

Section 5.1: Acids

Sections 5.2 and 5.3: Acid Nomenclature and Summary of Chemical Nomenclature

Section 5.4: Strong and Weak Bases

Section 5.5: pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions

Section 5.6: Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions

Section 5.7: Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Bases

 

Chapter 6: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Section 6.1: An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Section 6.2: Oxidation Numbers

Section 6.3: Types of Chemical Reactions

Section 6.4: Voltaic Cells

 

Chapter 7: Energy and Chemical Reactions

Section 7.1: Energy

Section 7.2: Chemical Changes and Energy

Section 7.3: Ozone: Pollutant and Protector

Section 7.4: Chlorofluorocarbons: A Chemical Success Story Gone Wrong

 

Chapter 8: Unit Conversions

Section 8.1: Unit Analysis

Section 8.2: Rounding Off and Significant Figures

Section 8.3: Density and Density Calculations

Section 8.4: Percentage and Percentage Calculations

Section 8.5: A Summary of the Unit Analysis Process

Section 8.6: Temperature Conversions

 

Chapter 9: Chemical Calculations and Chemical Formulas

Section 9.1: A Typical Problem

Section 9.2: Relating Mass to Number of Particles

Section 9.3: Molar Mass and Chemical Compounds

Section 9.4: Relationships Between Masses of Elements and Compounds

Section 9.5: Determination of Empirical and Molecular Formulas

 

Chapter 10: Chemical Calculations and Chemical Equations

Section 10.1: Equation Stoichiometry

Section 10.2: Real-World Applications of Equation Stoichiometry

Section 10.3: Molarity and Equation Stoichiometry

 

Chapter 11: Modern Atomic Theory

Section 11.1: The Mysterious Electron

Section 11.2: Multi-Electron Atoms

 

Chapter 12: Molecular Structures

Section 12.1: A New Look at Molecules and the Formation of Covalent Bonds

Section 12.2: Drawing Lewis Structures

Section 12.3: Resonance

Section 12.4: Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures

 

Chapter 13: Gases

Section 13.1: Gases and Their Properties

Section 13.2: Ideal Gas Calculations

Section 13.3: Equation Stoichiometry and Ideal Gases

Section 13.4: Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

 

Chapter 14: Liquids: Condensation, Evaporation, and Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 14.1: Changing from Gas to Liquid and from Liquid to Gas - An Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 14.2: Boiling Liquids

Section 14.3: Particle-Particle Attractions

 

Chapter 15: Solution Dynamics

Section 15.1: Why Solutions Form

Section 15.2: Fats, Oils, Soaps, and Detergents

Section 15.3: Saturated Solutions and Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 15.4: Solutions of Gases in Liquids

 

Chapter 16: The Process of Chemical Reactions

Section 16.1: Collision Theory: A Model for the Reaction Process

Section 16.2: Rates of Chemical Reactions

Section 16.3: Reversible Reactions and Chemical Equilibrium

Section 16.4: Disruption of Equilibrium

 

Chapter 17: An Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Synthetic Polymers

Section 17.1: Organic Compounds

Section 17.2: Important Substances in Food

Section 17.3: Digestion

Section 17.4: Synthetic Polymers

 

Chapter 18: Nuclear Chemistry

Section 18.1: The Nucleus and Radioactivity

Section 18.2: Uses for Radioactive Substances

Section 18.3: Nuclear Energy

 

The following links take you to PowerPoint-like presentations that include an audio narration of each section of the atoms-first version of An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop.

Atoms-First Chapters
| 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 |

 

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Chemistry

Section 1.1: An Introduction to Chemistry

Section 1.2: Suggestions for Studying Chemistry

Section 1.3: The Scientific Method

Section 1.4: Measurement and Units

Section 1.5: Reporting Values from Measurements

 

Chapter 2: The Structure of Matter and the Chemical Elements

Section 2.1: Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Section 2.2: Rounding Off and Significant Figures

Section 2.3: Density and Density Calculations

Section 2.4: Percentage and Percentage Calculations

Section 2.5: A Summary of the Unit Analysis Process

Section 2.6: Temperature Conversions

 

Chapter 3: The Structure of Matter and the Chemical Elements

Section 3.1: Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Section 3.2: The Chemical Elements

Section 3.3: The Periodic Table of the Elements

Section 3.4: The Structure of the Elements

Section 3.5: Common Elements

Section 3.6: Relating Mass to Number of Particles

 

Chapter 4: Modern Atomic Theory

Section 4.1: Energy

Section 4.2: The Mysterious Electron

Section 4.3: Multi-Electron Atoms

 

Chapter 5: Chemical Compounds

Section 5.1: Classification of Matter

Section 5.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds

Section 5.3: Ionic Compounds

Section 5.4: Molecular Compounds

Section 5.5: Drawing Lewis Structures

Section 5.6: Resonance

Section 5.7: Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures

 

Chapter 6: More on Chemical Compounds

Section 6.1: Ionic Nomenclature

Section 6.2: Binary Covalent Nomenclature

Section 6.3: Acids

Sections 6.4 and 6.5: Acid Nomenclature and Summary of Chemical Nomenclature

Section 6.6: Molar Mass and Chemical Compounds

Section 6.7: Relationships Between Masses of Elements and Compounds

Section 6.8: Determination of Empirical and Molecular Formulas

 

Chapter 7: An Introduction to Chemical Equations

Section 7.1: Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations

Section 7.2: Liquid Water and Water Solutions

Section 7.3:  Precipitation Reactions

Section 7.4: Chemical Changes and Energy

 

Chapter 8: Acids, Bases, and Acid-Base Reactions

Section 8.1: Strong and Weak Bases

Section 8.2: pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions

Section 8.3: Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions

Section 8.4: Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Bases

 

Chapter 9: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Section 9.1: An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Section 9.2: Oxidation Numbers

Section 9.3: Types of Chemical Reactions

Section 9.4: Voltaic Cells

 

Chapter 10: Chemical Calculations and Chemical Equations

Section 10.1: Equation Stoichiometry

Section 10.2: Real-World Applications of Equation Stoichiometry

Section 10.3: Molarity and Equation Stoichiometry

 

Chapter 11: Gases

Section 11.1: Gases and Their Properties

Section 11.2: Ideal Gas Calculations

Section 11.3: Equation Stoichiometry and Ideal Gases

Section 11.4: Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

 

Chapter 12: Liquids: Condensation, Evaporation, and Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 12.1: Changing from Gas to Liquid and from Liquid to Gas - An Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 12.2: Boiling Liquids

Section 12.3: Particle-Particle Attractions

 

Chapter 13: Solution Dynamics

Section 13.1: Why Solutions Form

Section 13.2: Fats, Oils, Soaps, and Detergents

Section 13.3: Saturated Solutions and Dynamic Equilibrium

Section 13.4: Solutions of Gases in Liquids

 

Chapter 14: The Process of Chemical Reactions

Section 14.1: Collision Theory: A Model for the Reaction Process

Section 14.2: Rates of Chemical Reactions

Section 14.3: Reversible Reactions and Chemical Equilibrium

Section 14.4: Disruption of Equilibrium

 

Chapter 15: An Introduction to Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Synthetic Polymers

Section 15.1: Organic Compounds

Section 15.2: Important Substances in Food

Section 15.3: Digestion

Section 15.4: Synthetic Polymers

 

Chapter 16: Nuclear Chemistry

Section 16.1: The Nucleus and Radioactivity

Section 16.2: Uses for Radioactive Substances

Section 16.3: Nuclear Energy