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- Available Lessons: 179
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryStudy this comprehensive high school chemistry course to review all the information you've been learning in class. The course's short and engaging video lessons can help you improve your grades, study for exams, finish homework assignments and strengthen your overall chemistry knowledge.
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This course covers many of the same topics taught in high school chemistry classrooms. You can use the lessons to supplement your study of everything from atomic structure and periodic table groups to their applications in stoichiometry, chemical thermodynamics and organic chemistry. Instructors illustrate lesson content with graphics and sample problems to help you come away from the material with an understanding of each lesson's key concepts. There are also video tags and corresponding lesson transcripts you can use to quickly and easily access main points. Additional resources include links to supplementary text lessons outlining important terminology and self-assessment quizzes that allow you to identify areas for improvement.
This chemistry course can help several types of learners.
- High school students can supplement their knowledge, catch up on chemistry concepts they've missed in class or prepare for tests and exams.
- Teachers can engage their students in class discussion after showing chemistry videos in class.
- Parents can use this course as a cost-effective tutoring solution for their high school students.
- Independent learners can access this course whenever it's convenient using any computer or mobile device.
- Introduction to chemistry
- Nuclear chemistry
- Measurement and problem solving
- Experimental laboratory chemistry
- Atomic structure
- The Periodic Table of Elements
- Chemical bonding
- Liquid and solid phase changes
- Stoichiometry and chemical equations
- Acids, bases and reactions
- Organic chemistry
- Representative elements
- High school chemistry teacher resources
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