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Chemistry 1050

Dr. David Thompson's Webpage Winter 2015

Chemistry 1050 Assignment January 20, 2014
Summary of the Material Covered in Chemistry 1050 Winter 2014

Lecture Notes Winter 2014

Introductory Notes to the Course and Test Dates
Introduction to Gases
The Gas Laws
Ideal Gas Law: Applications of the Ideal Gas Law
Gases and Rxn Stoichiometry
Mixtures of Gases and Partial Pressures
Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
Mean - Free Path, Diffusion and Effusion of Gases
Real vs. Ideal Gases
Thermochemistry - Definitions and Terminology
First Law of Thermochemistry
States, State Functions and Path Dependent Functions
Defining a New State Function
Enthalpy Diagrams
Extensive vs. Intensive Properties
Heat Mol Conversions
Heat and Phase Changes
Heat and Changes in Temperature
Calorimetry - The Science of Measuring Heat
Applications of Calorimeters to Measure Heats of Reactions
Determination of Enthalpies of Rxns and Standard States
Using Hess's Law
Reactions Involving Aqueous Ions
Heating Curves
Chapter 6 Topics Covered
Introduction to the Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom; There is an Elephant in the Room.
Electromagnetic Radiation
Black-Body Radiation
Photoelectric Effect
The Bohr Atom
Particle - Wave Duality
Heisenberg Uncertainity Principle
Solution of the SWE: Quantum Numbers
Solution of the SWE for the H atom: The Shapes of Atomic Orbitals
Electron Configurations: in Multi-Electron Atoms
Quantum Numbers and Electron Configurations
Periodic Properties of the Elements. Chapter 8
Overview of Chapter 7 and 8
Introduction - Lewis Theory
Lewis Theory II - Bond lengths, Bond Strengths
Lewis Theory Continued Exceptions to the Octet Rule
Lewis Theory Continued - Polar Covalent Bonds
Chapter 11: Intermolecular Forces I
Chapter 11: Intermolecular Forces and Vapour Pressure
Chapter 11: Intermolecular Forces and the Properties of Liquids
VSEPR Theory and Molecular Shapes (Bonding Chapter 10)
Valence Bond Theory (Chapter 10)
MO Theory (Chapter 10)
Solutions (Chapter 12)

Lecture Notes Winter 2013

Introduction to Gases
Liquid Pressure
Empirical Gas Laws
Applications of the Ideal Gas Law
Gases and Stoichiometry
Law of Combining Volumes
Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures
Equilibrium Vapour Pressure
Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
Graham's Law of Effusion and Real Gaseous
Chapter 7. Thermochemistry
Chapter 8 Introduction
Atomic Line Spectra and Fundamental Problems in Classical Physics
Black-Body Radiation
The photo-electric Effect

Gap Notes Winter 2013

Pressure-Volume Work, State functions, Path dependent functions and Enthalpy

Enthalpy change, Enthalpy diagrams, Intensive vs Extensive proerties, Heat to mol conversions and Heat and phase changes

Chapter 7 - Heat and Temperature, Heat Capacities and Calorimetry

Bomb Calorimetry and Hess's Law

Chapter 7 - Standard Enthalpy Changes, Molar Enthalpies of Formation, Calculation of Enthalpies of Formation using Hess's Law and Reactions of Aqueous Ions

Completed Notes Winter 2013

Pressure - Volume Work
States, State Functions and Path Dependent Functions
Enthalpy and Enthalpy Diagrams
Extensive Properties and Intensive Properties
Heat Mol Conversions
Heat and Phase Changes
Heat and Temperature Change
Calorimetry: Science of Measuring Heat
Applications of Calorimeters to Measure Heats of Reactions
The Bomb Calorimeter
Hess's Law
Standard Enthalpy Changes and Heating Curves
Photons of Light and Chemical Reactions
The Bohr Atom
Particle-wave Duality
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Wave Mechanics
Wave Mechanics Cont'd.
Quantum Numbers and Electron Orbitals
The Periodic Table and Atomic Properties
Chapter 10 Chemical Bonding 1
Evolution of our understanding of the chemical bonding
Valence Bond Theory II Revised
Chapter 12 Liquids Solids and Intermolecular Forces
Intemolecular Forces
Intemolecular Forces and the Properties of Liquids
Intemolecular Forces and Vapour Pressure
Chapter 12: Some Properties of Solids and Heating Curves - Phase Diagrams
Chapter 13: Solutions and Their Physical Properties
Solutions and the Energetics of Solvation
Solubility of Gases' Henry's Law
Vapour Pressure of Solutions (Raoult's Law)
Osmotic Pressure
Van't Hoff Factors
MO Theory; First Row Diatomics
MO Theory; MO's of the Second Period

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