Atomic and molecular structure including bonding and periodic properties of the elements; reaction energetics, electrochemistry, acids and bases, inorganic and organic chemistry.
Primarily for students in engineering and biological sciences.
Prerequisite: 
MATH 110 (College Algebra) or equivalent skill (or concurrent enrollment)
Course Outline: 
Lesson 1: Atoms and Models
Lesson 2: Atoms and Moles
Lesson 3: Dimensional Analysis with Atoms and Moles
Lesson 4: Wave and Particle Nature of Light
Lesson 5: Bohr Atomic Model
Lesson 6: Wave Mechanical Atomic Model
Lesson 7: Atomic Electron Configurations
Lesson 8: Electron Configurations and Periodic Trends
Lesson 9: Ionic Compounds vs. Covalent Compounds
Lesson 10: Covalent Bonding and Lewis Structures
Lesson 11: Expanded Octets; Working with Moles and Masses
Lesson 12: Preparing for Macro-Exam 1
Lesson 13: Bond Properties
Lesson 14: Molecular Shapes and Polarity
Lesson 15: Valence Bond Model
Lesson 16: π Bonding
Lesson 17: Molecular Orbital Model, Metallic Bonding
Lesson 18: Chemical Equations and Stoichiometry
Lesson 19: Limiting Reactant, Yield
Lesson 20 Aqueous Reactions, Molarity
Lesson 21: Acids, Bases
Lesson 22: pH, Simple Titrations
Lesson 23: Preparing for Macro-Exam 2
Lesson 24: Oxidation-Reduction
Lesson 25: Energy Conservation and Heat
Lesson 26: Driving Forces in Nature: Entropy, Enthalpy
Lesson 27: Hess’s Law, Heats of Formation
Lesson 28: Bonding Energies in Ionic Compounds and Covalent Bond Properties
Lesson 29: Carbon Chemistry I
Lesson 30: Carbon Chemistry II
Lesson 31: Gases and Ideal Gas Law
Lesson 32: Applications of Ideal Gas Law
Lesson 33: Preparing for Macro-Exam 3
Lesson 34: Partial Pressures
Lesson 35: Kinetic Molecular Theory
Lesson 36: Intermolecular Forces
Lesson 37: Liquids and Gases, Phase Equilibria
Lesson 38: Solution Concentration Units, Solubility
Lesson 39: Free Energy and Chemical Equilibrium
Lesson 40: Free Energy
Lesson 41: Preparing for the Final Exam