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CHEM1612 Introduction to Chemical Energetics

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Introduction to Chemical Energetics

  • identify the system and the surroundings in a chemical process
  • identify the ways in which energy is transferred in a chemical process
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Lecture Notes

yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)  

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CHEM1612 Gas Laws

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Gas Laws

  • describe Boyle's, Charles' and Avogadro's Laws
  • perform calculations using the ideal gas equation
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yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)  

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CHEM1612 Chemical Equilibrium

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Chemical Equilibrium

  •  write down the expression for K for any reaction of known stoichiometry
  • predict reactants or products dominate the equilibrium state from the value of K
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Lecture Notes

yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)  

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CHEM1612 Solutions

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Solutions

  • calculate concentrations in molarity, molality, mole fraction, % w/w and %v/v and perform dilutions
  • predict qualitatively the solubilities of gases in liquids based on their chemical structure
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yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)  

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CHEM1612 Acids and Bases

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Acids and Bases

  • explain the advantages of the Bronsted-Lowry acid-base definition over the Arrhenius definition
  • understand the relationships between pH, pOH, pKa, pKb and pKw
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Lecture Notes

yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)  

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CHEM1612 Solubility

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Solubility

  • convert between concentration units of molarity and ppm
  • write solubility product expressions
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Lecture Notes

yuen Dr Yuen's lecture notes (weeks 1-7) Published 28/07/17 (5:58 am)   clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Oxidation Numbers

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Oxidation Numbers

  • assign oxidation numbers to elements in compounds, including transition metals in complexes
  • identify the oxidant and the reductant in a redox reaction

Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Complexes

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Complexes

  • define complex, ligand and coordinate bond
  • recognize that hydrolysis of metal ions in aqueous solutions gives rise to acidic solutions and predict their relative acidity
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Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Redox Reactions and Introduction to Electrochemistry

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Redox Reactions and Introduction to Electrochemistry

  • relate the sign of the electrode potential to the direction of spontaneous change
  • combine half cells to produce balanced redox reactions and to calculate cell potentials
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Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Chemical Kinetics

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Chemical Kinetics

  • determine the rate law from experimental data, including the rate constant and its units
  • identify the reaction order from the rate law
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Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Radiochemistry

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Radiochemistry

  • recognise nuclear reactions, including the major spontaneous decay mechanisms.
  • define and distinguish between nucleons, nuclides and isotopes, X-rays & gamma rays, decay series and daughter isotopes.
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Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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CHEM1612 Introduction to Colloids and Surface Chemistry

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Lecture Notes

clarke A/Prof Clarke's lecture notes (weeks 8-13) Published 18/09/17 (3:55 am)  

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