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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What is Chemistry? - Definition, History & Branches
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- Learn the steps of the scientific method.
- Convert among various units of measurement.
- Describe some common chemistry lab safety procedures.
- Discuss the properties of matter.
- Become familiar with atomic structure.
- Describe the properties of groups and periods in the periodic table.
- Identify the representative elements.
- Define the scope of nuclear chemistry.
- Compare and contrast different types of chemical bonds.
- Learn the phase changes of liquids and solids.
- Calculate gas density, pressure, temperature and volume.
- Determine the solubility of different substances.
- Perform stoichiometric calculations.
- Describe the properties of acids and bases.
- Learn how to calculate equilibrium.
- Determine the rates of chemical reactions.
- Differentiate between enthalpy and entropy.
- Discuss the structures and functions of organic molecules.
- Compare and contrast DNA and RNA.
- Explain the process of DNA replication.
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