chm151 | undergraduate
General Chemistry II
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Solution Chemistry and Chemical Kinetics
- Explain solubility rules.
- Explain the solubility of a gas in a liquid using Henry's Law.
- Describe colligative properties of solutions.
- Determine the order, rate law and rate of a chemical reaction.
- Analyze the effects of temperature on reaction rates.
- Explain reaction mechanisms.
- Explain catalysis.
- Write equilibrium expressions.
- Predict reaction direction.
- Calculate equilibrium concentrations and constants.
- Determine how changes in temperature, concentration and volume affect equilibrium.
Acids, Bases, Buffers and Solubility Equilibria
- Define Bronsted/Lowry concept of acids and bases.
- Calculate pH and pOH.
- Use K in calculations for acidic basic and neutral solutions.
- Explain buffers and hydrolysis.
- Interpret titration curves.
The Second and Third Laws of Thermodynamics, Entropy and Free Energy
- Calculate solubility products.
- Describe precipitation reactions.
- Explain the spontaneity of chemical reactions.
- Define entropy.
- Describe the second and third laws of thermodynamics.
Electrochemistry and Nonmetals
- Balance Oxidation-Reduction Equations.
- Explain the electrochemical cell and standard electrode potential.
- Predict the spontaneous direction of a redox reaction.
- Calculate Gibbs Free Energy for reactions.
- Calculate EMF under nonstandard conditions.
- Explain batteries and electrolysis.
- Describe main-group elements.
- Compare the properties of silicates, nonmetals and halogens.
Organic Chemistry, Transition Metals, and Coordination Compound Chemistry
- Describe the properties, distribution, structures and alloys of metals.
- Write electron configurations for transition metals.
- Identify complex ions and common ligands.
- Compare types of isomers.
- Apply the valence bond theory.
- Explain uniqueness of carbon.
- Describe hydrocarbons and other carbon containing compounds.
- Describe radioactive decay.
- Describe transmutation.
- Develop nuclear equations.
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