Course curriculum

  • 01

    Chapter 0 - Outlines and Introduction

    • Physical Chemistry Complete Outlines

  • 02

    Chapter 1 - Gases

    • 1.1 Pressure and Gas Laws (13:05)

    • 1.2 The Combined Gas Law and Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures (6:26)

    • 1.3 The Kinetic Model of Gases and the Perfect Gas Law (16:19)

    • 1.4 Maxwell Distribution of Speeds (5:12)

    • 1.5 Critical Temperature (5:43)

    • 1.6 Real Gases and the Compression Factor (9:48)

    • 1.7 The Virial Equation for Real Gases (5:16)

    • 1.8 The van der Waals Equation for Real Gases (10:40)

  • 03

    Chapter 2 - The 1st Law of Thermodynamncis

    • 2.1 Introduction to the First Law of Thermodynamics (12:05)

    • 2.2 Heat Capacities (11:27)

    • 2.3 Internal Energy, Enthalpy, and Cp-Cv (9:31)

    • 2.4 Expansion Work (8:45)

    • 2.5 Calculations and Derivations Involving Internal Energy and Enthalpy (14:48)

  • 04

    Chapter 3 - Enthalpy

    • 3.1 Heat, Heat Capacity and Temperature Changes (11:54)

    • 3.2 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Bond Enthalpies (6:31)

    • 3.3 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Hess's Law (6:31)

    • 3.4 Calculating Reaction Enthalpies Using Enthalpies of Formation (11:05)

    • 3.5 Kirchoff's Law (8:34)

  • 05

    Chapter 4 - Entropy and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

    • 4.1 The 2nd and 3rd Laws of Thermodynamics and Entropy (7:03)

    • 4.2 Entropy Changes During Expansion and Heating (14:59)

    • 4.3 Entropy Change during Phase Transitions and Trouton's Rule (5:33)

    • 4.4 Calculating Reaction Entropies Using Standard Molar Entropies (1:04)

    • 4.5 Boltzmann's Expression for Entropy (2:29)

  • 06

    Chapter 5 - Gibbs Free Energy

    • 5.1 Introduction to Gibbs Free Energy (4:27)

    • 5.2 Variation of Gibbs Free Energy with Pressure and Temperature (14:49)

    • 5.3 Phase Diagrams and the Clapeyron and Clausius-Clapeyron Equations (16:25)

  • 07

    Chapter 6 - Mixtures and Solutions

    • 6.1 Mixtures of Gases (13:22)

    • 6.2 Ideal Solutions (21:15)

    • 6.3 Real Solutions (4:01)

    • 6.4 Colligative Properties- Freezing Point Depression and Boiling Point Elevation (17:11)

    • 6.5 Colligative Properties - Osmotic Pressure (4:27)

  • 08

    Chapter 7 - Chemical Equilibrium

    • 7.1 The Relationship Between Delta G, the Reaction Quotient, and the Equilibrium Constant (10:26)

    • 7.2 The Relationship Between Delta G, Delta H, and Delta S (11:29)

    • 7.3 Equilibrium Constants (12:29)

    • 7.4 Equilibrium Calculations (7:25)

    • 7.5 Introduction to the pH Scale and pH Calculations (13:15)

    • 7.6 pH Calculations for Strong Acids and Bases (13:11)

    • 7.7 pH Calculations for Weak Acids and Bases 2GB (32:53)

    • 7.8 Solubility and Ksp (16:28)

  • 09

    Chapter 8 - Electrochemistry

    • 8.1 Standard Cell Potentials (17:27)

    • 8.2 Non-standard Cell Potentials (6:47)

    • 8.3 Relationship Between Standard Cell Potential, Delta G, and the Equilibrium Contant (11:24)

  • 10

    Chapter 9 - Kinetics

    • 9.1 Rates of Reaction and Rate Expressions (6:58)

    • 9.2 Rate Laws, Elementary Reactions, and Molecularity (12:40)

    • 9.3 Integrated Rate Laws and Half-Life (15:27)

    • 9.4 Reaction Coordinate Diagrams (4:53)

    • 9.5 The Arrhenius Equation (5:12)