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Course SummaryChemistry 112: Chemistry II is a comprehensive online course that can help you strengthen your chemistry knowledge. Use the course's lessons and quizzes to supplement your textbooks, prepare for an upcoming exam, catch up in a class or learn new chemistry topics for fun.
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In Chemistry 112, you'll learn from expert instructors who lay out fundamental chemistry terms, concepts and processes. Broken into topical chapters, this course covers the foundations of intermolecular forces, solutions, chemical reactions, electrochemistry, solubility equilibrium and much more. Our engaging lessons are typically less than ten minutes in length, which helps you quickly move through the course material and remember important chemistry topics. We've also included plenty of self-assessment quizzes to help you retain the information you study.
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|Intermolecular Forces, Liquids & Solids||Identify the properties of solids and liquids, as well as the different types of intermolecular forces; list the different phases of matter and describe the movement between phases.|
|Physical Properties of Solutions||Define a solution; explain how solutions are made; express the concentration of a solution; describe the effect of intermolecular forces, temperature and pressure on solubility; recognize the colligative properties of solutions.|
|Chemical Reactions, Rate Laws & Constants||Define rate reaction, activation energy and rate law; utilize the rate law equation; determine reaction order; calculate half-life.|
|Principles of Chemical Equilibrium||Define chemical equilibrium and describe Le Châtelier's principle; write equilibrium expressions and make calculations for equilibrium reactions.|
|Acids, Bases, Water & Salts||Provide examples of common acids and bases and explain how they behave in aqueous solutions; describe the Bronsted-Lowry and Lewis definitions of acids and bases; apply equilibrium principles to acids and bases; explain the reactions that take place between acids and bases; describe acid-base titrations and indicators.|
|Solubility Equilibria||Apply chemical equilibrium to 'insoluble' ionic compounds; describe the interplay between pH and solubility; explain the common ion effect and its influences on solubility.|
|Spontaneity of Reactions||Define spontaneous and non-spontaneous reactions; use Gibbs free energy to determine if a spontaneous reaction will occur; identify the second and third laws of thermodynamics and explain the connection between free energy and the equilibrium constant.|
|Electrochemistry, Voltaic Cells & Thermodynamics||Define electrochemistry; compare voltaic and electrolytic cells; balance redox reactions; identify the applications of electrochemistry.|
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