Chemistry

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Questions & Answers: Every Unit in Grade 12 Physical Sciences

Questions & Answers for Every Unit in Grade 12 Physical Sciences.PDF

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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Build a Molecule

Build an Atom

THERMODYNAMICS

Reactions & Rates

Reactants, Products & Leftovers

Reversible Reactions

Gas Properties

The Greenhouse Effect

ELECTROCHEMISTRY

See Animations.

ACID, BASE CHEMISTRY

Acid-Base Solutions

pH Scale

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

Introduction to Functional Groups of Organic Compounds

Types of Organic Reactions

“Molecules Gone Wild (Bio Style)” – Macromolecules Song (Music Video ver. Dance) – Gangnam Parody

How to name Hydrocarbons (IUPAC Style) – Organic Chemistry I

Naming Highly Branched Alkanes

Naming Compounds with Ring Branches

Memorizing Straight Chain Alkane Names

THERMODYNAMICS

Enthalpy: Crash Course Chemistry #18

Reaction Orders and Rate Laws

Factors that Influence the Rate of a Chemical Reaction

How to speed up chemical reactions (and get a date) – Aaron Sams

Activated Complex – Demonstration

ELECTROCHEMISTRY

Redox Reactions

Differences between Electrolytic and Galvanic Cell

The Standard Hydrogen Electrode

Faraday’s First Law of Electrolysis

Rebar Corrosion Detection Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

Reactivity of Metals Lab

ACID, BASE CHEMISTRY

Le Chatelier’s Principle

Phase Change 1: Liquid-Vapor Equilibrium

Calculating K values – Equilibrium Chemistry Tutorial

Calculating Molar Solubility – Equilibrium: Chemistry Tutorial

Reactions: Predicting Precipitation Reactions

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