Chem 1P. Lec. 09. General Chemistry Prep. Organic Compounds (English)

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UCI Chem 1P General Chemistry (Fall 2012)
Lec 09. General Chemistry Preparation for General Chemistry -- Organic Compounds --
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Instructor: Eric Potma, Ph.D.

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Description: UCI Chem 1P is a preparation go General Chemistry that covers: units of measurement, dimensional analysis, significant figures; elementary concepts of volume, mass, force, pressure, energy, density, temperature, heat, work; fundamentals of atomic and molecular structure; the mole concept, stoichiometry; properties of the states of matter; gas laws; solutions concentrations. Course may be offered online.

Preparation for General Chemistry (Chem 1P) is part of OpenChem:
This video is part of a 24-lecture undergraduate-level course titled "Preparation for General Chemistry" taught at UC Irvine by Associate Professor Eric Potma.

Recorded on October 17, 2012.

Index of Topics:

00:05- Organic Compounds
02:54- Midterm 1
04:25- Organic Molecules, Covalent Bonds
06:29- Organic Chemistry
07:25- Why Carbon?
09:45- Alkanes
10:24- Common Bonding Patterns
14:29- Condensed Structural Formulas
17:25- Condensed Structural Formulas, Slide 2
21:56- Line Structures
25:15- Line Structures: Practice
27:41- Line Structures: Practice, Slide 2
31:01- Line Structures: Writing Formulas
34:00- Line Structures: Writing Formulas, Slide 2
35:42- An Exam Example
39:09- Bee Pheremones
40:10- Indigo
41:10- Steroids
42:02- The Pill
42:32- The Pill for Men
43:00- See You on Friday!

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