Lectures for An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop

   

Lectures for Chemistry First:

The following links take you to online lectures that accompany the chemistry-first version of An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop.

The time for each lecture is in parentheses. The "PowerPoint Presentation" links take you to PDFs of the PowerPoint presentations for the lessons.

Chapter 1

Section 1.1 - An Introduction to Chemistry (13:28)

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Section 1.2 - Suggestions for Studying Chemistry (4:40)

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Section 1.3 - The Scientific Method (8:03)

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Section 1.4 - Measurement and Units (36:57)

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Section 1.5 - Reporting Values from Measurements (14:08)

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Chapter 2

Section 2.1 - Solids, Liquids, and Gases (28:24)

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Section 2.2 - The Chemical Elements (9:40)

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Section 2.3 - The Periodic Table of the Elements (23:09)

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Section 2.4 - The Structure of the Elements (35:31)

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Section 2.5 - Common Elements (28:14)

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Chapter 3

Section 3.1: Classification of Matter (12:47)

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Section 3.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds (15:56)

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Section 3.3: Molecular Commpounds (33:10)

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Section 3.4: Binary Covalent Nomenclature (13:03)

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Section 3.5: Ionic Compounds (39.31)

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Chapter 4

Section 4.1 - Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations (21:05)

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Section 4.2 - Solubility and Precipitation Reactions (40:31)

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Chapter 5

Section 5.1 - Acids (34:22)

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Section 5.2 - Acid Nomenclature (8:49)

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Section 5.3 - Summary of Chemical Nomenclature (28:16)

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Section 5.4 - Strong and Weak Acids and Bases (24:34)

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Section 5.5 - pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions (8:43)

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Section 5.6 - Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions (19:24)

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Section 5.7 - Bronsted-Lowry Acids and Bases (13:59)

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Chapter 6

Section 6.1 - An Introduction to Oxidation Reduction Reactions (10:27)

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Section 6.2 - Oxidation Numbers (22:09)

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Section 6.3 - Types of Chemical Reactions (14:53)

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Section 6.4 - Voltaic Cells (24:17)

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Chapter 7

Section 7.1 - Energy (49:44)

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Section 7.2 - Chemical Changes and Energy (16.01)

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Chapter 8

Section 8.1 - Unit Analysis (23:08)

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Section 8.2 - Rounding and Significant Figures (30:06)

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Section 8.3 - Density and Density Calculations (20:10)

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Section 8.4 - Percentage and Percentage Calculations (10:26)

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Section 8.5 - Summary of the Unit Analysis Process (29:25)

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Section 8.6 - Temperature Conversions (15:41)

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Chapter 9

Sections 9.1 and 9.2 - Relating Mass to Number of Particles (24:28)

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Section 9.3 - Molar Mass and Chemical Compounds (21:20)

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Section 9.4: Relationships Between Masses of Elements and Compounds (15:31)

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Section 9.5: Determination of Empirical and Molecular Formulas (12:39)

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Chapter 10

Section 10.1 - Equation Stoichiometry (21:00)

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Section 10.2 - Real World Stoichiometry (22:31)

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Section 10.3 - Molarity and Equation Stoichiometry (21:29)

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Chapter 11

Section 11.1 - The Mysterious Electron (40:32)

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Section 11.2 - Multi-Electron Atoms (45:11)

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Chapter 12

Section 12.1 - Molecular Compounds (22:37)

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Section 12.2 - Drawing Lewis Structures (34:47)

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Section 12.3 - Resonance (9:03)

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Section 12.4 - Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures (24:05)

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Chapter 13

Section 13.1 - Gases and Their Properties (29:49)

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Section 13.2 - Ideal Gas Calculations (26:51)

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Section 13.3 - Equation Stoichioetry and Ideal Gases (26:10)

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Section 13.4 - Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures (17:11)

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Chapter 14

Section 14.1 - An Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium (16:15)

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Section 14.2 - Boiling Liquids (20:05)

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Section 14.3 - Particle-Particle Attractions (49:36)

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Chapter 15

Section 15.1 - Why Solutions Form (25:11)

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Section 15.2 - Fats, Oils, soap, and Detergent (10:24)

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Chapter 16

Section 16.1 - Collision Theory (19:41)

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Section 16.2 - Rates of Chemical Reactions (11:45)

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Section 16.3 - Reversible Rections and Chemical Equilibrium (22:17)

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Section 16.4 - Disruption of Equilibrium (25:27)

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Chapter 17

Section 17.1 - Organic Compounds (42:59)

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Section 17.2 - Important Substances in Food (33:12)

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Section 17.3 - Digestion (11:57)

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Section 17.4 - Synthetic Polymers (14:31)

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Chapter 18

Section 18.1 - The Nucleus and Radioactivity (40:36)

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Section 18.3 - Nuclear Energy (19:16)

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Lectures for Atoms First:

The following links take you to online lectures that accompany the atoms-first version of An Introduction to Chemistry by Mark Bishop.

The time for each lecture is in parentheses. The "PowerPoint Presentation" links take you to PDFs of the PowerPoint presentations for the lessons.

Chapter 1

Section 1.1 - An Introduction to Chemistry (13:28)

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Section 1.2 - Suggestions for Studying Chemistry (4:40)

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Section 1.3 - The Scientific Method (8:03)

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Section 1.4 - Measurement and Units (36:57)

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Section 1.5 - Reporting Values from Measurements (14:08)

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Chapter 2

Section 2.1 - Unit Analysis (23:08)

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Section 2.2 - Rounding and Significant Figures (30:06)

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Section 2.3 - Density and Density Calculations (20:10)

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Section 2.4 - Percentage and Percentage Calculations (10:26)

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Section 2.5 - Summary of the Unit Analysis Process (29:25)

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Section 2.6 - Temperature Conversions (15:41)

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Chapter 3

Section 3.1 - Solids, Liquids, and Gases (28:24)

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Section 3.2 - The Chemical Elements (9:40)

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Section 3.3 - The Periodic Table of the Elements (23:09)

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Section 3.4 - The Structure of the Elements (35:31)

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Section 3.5 - Common Elements (28:14)

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Section 3.6 - Relating Mass to Number of Particles (24:28)

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Chapter 4

Section 4.1 - Energy (49:44)

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Section 4.2 - The Mysterious Electron (40:32)

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Section 4.3 - Multi-Electron Atoms (45:11)

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Chapter 5

Section 5.1: Classification of Matter (12:47)

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Section 5.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds (15:56)

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Section 5.3: Ionic Compounds (13:36)

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Section 5.4: Molecular Compounds (22:38)

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Section 5.5: Drawing Lewis Structures (41:56)

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Section 5.6: Resonance (9:03)

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Section 5.7: Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures (24:05)

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Chapter 6

Section 6.1: Ionic Nomenclature (39:55)

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Section 6.2: Binary Covalent Nomenclature (13:03)

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Section 6.3: Acids (34:22)

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Section 6.4: Acid Nomenclature (8:49)

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Section 6.5: Summary of Chemical Nomenclature (28:16)

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Section 6.6: Molar Mass and Chemical Compounds (21:22)

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Section 6.7: Relationships Between Masses of Elements and Compounds (15:31)

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Section 6.8: Determination of Empirical and Molecular Formulas (12:29)

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Chapter 7

Section 7.1: Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations (21:05)

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Section 7.2: Water and Water Solutions (18:58)

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Section 7.3: Precipitation Reactions (30:24)

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Section 7.4: Chemical Changes and Energy (16.01)

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Chapter 8

Section 8.1: Strong and Weak Acidsa and Bases (24:34)

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Section 8.2: pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions (8:43)

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Section 8.3: Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions (19:24)

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Section 8.4: Bronsted-Lowry Acids and Bases (13:59)

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Chapter 9

Section 9.1: An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (10:27)

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Section 9.2: Oxidation Numbers (22:09)

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Section 9.3: Types of Chemical Reactions (14:53)

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Section 9.4: Voltaic Cells (24:17)

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Chapter 10

Section 10.1 - Equation Stoichiometry (21:00)

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Section 10.2 - Real World Stoichiometry (22:31)

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Section 10.3 - Molarity and Equation Stoichiometry (21:29)

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Chapter 11

Section 11.1 - Gases and Their Properties (29:49)

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Section 11.2 - Ideal Gas Calculations (26:51)

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Section 11.3 - Equation Stoichiometry and Ideal Gases (26:10)

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Section 11.4 - Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures (17:11)

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Chapter 12

Section 12.1 - An Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium (16:15)

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Section 12.2 - Boiling Liquids (20:05)

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Section 12.3 - Particle-Particle Attractions (49:36)

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Chapter 13

Section 13.1 - Why Solutions Form (25:11)

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Section 13.2 - Fats, Oils, Soap, and Detergent (10:24)

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Chapter 14

Section 14.1 - Collision Theory (19:41)

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Section 14.2 - Rates of Chemical Reactions (11:45)

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Section 14.3 - Reversible Reactions and Chemical Equilibrium (22:17)

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Section 14.4 - Disruption of Equilibrium (25:47)

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Chapter 15

Section 15.1 - Organic Compounds (42:59)

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Section 15.2 - Important Substances in Food (33:12)

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Section 15.3 - Digestion (11:57)

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Section 15.4 - Synthetic Polymers (14:31)

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Chapter 16

Section 16.1 - The Nucleus and Radioactivity (40:36)

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Section 16.3 - Nuclear Energy (19:16)

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