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Basics of Meal Planning

To prepare for the AP exam, this course unpacks chemical reactions and bonding plus the properties of acids and bases.

Publisher: ADU
This free online course teaches you the calculation of changes in temperature or pressure of the gas and temperature effects on solubility. You will also learn how the properties of materials can be based on the structure and shape of atoms. Explore how the amount of solute dissolved in a solid can be expressed with gases in a solution and the types of covalent bonds.
Basics of Meal Planning
  • Duration

    5-6 Hours
  • Students

    245
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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This is a free online course that provides a comprehensive explanation of how to calculate the molar mass of a substance, among other methods in chemistry. It is important to understand the concept of Avogadro’s number, and how to calculate the number of particles of a substance. Before working with the percentage composition of a compound, you must know the analysis of the empirical formula of the compound. This course takes you through the concept of stoichiometry, the consideration of the balanced chemical equation for the production of water and mass calculations. Explore how the mass of solid silver, molality and molarity analysis can be calculated. Can you use the key properties of a gas, and the calculation of change in the volume or pressure of the gas with Boyle’s law? This course will teach you how to use Charles’s law to change the volume or temperature of the gas.

If you want to know how to use Gay-Lussac’s law for the calculation of change in the temperature or pressure of the gas, then sign up now. You will be able to explain the concept of vapour pressure and Dalton’s law of partial pressure. Understand the factors that affect vapour pressure, and the ideal gas law (also known as the general gas equation) with examples of problems and their solutions. Do you know there is a significant relationship between intermolecular forces, vapour pressure, boiling point, viscosity, and surface tension? The material explains the properties of liquids, intermolecular forces, properties of solids and the most common intermolecular forces. It specifies how to identify the different kinds of solids/ crystal types based on attractive forces and ionic solids.

Furthermore, you will learn about the properties of materials based on the structure and shape of atoms. The course takes you through solution formation and the process of dissolution. You will be able to explain the temperature effects on solubility and the types of the covalent bond by electron sharing. You will also learn different types of solutions and how the amount of solute dissolved in solid can be expressed together with gases in solution. Do you know specific processes involved with dissolving sodium chloride (NaCl) in water? This course helps you understand the properties of acids and bases as well as the difference between the Arrhenius equation and the Bronsted-Lowry theory of acids and bases. It details the types of acids and bases as well as neutralization reactions. This free online course will be of interest to students taking the introductory part of Advanced Placement (AP) chemistry. Register for this course now and start your next learning journey today!

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