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Diploma in AP Chemistry

Learn about chemical and nuclear reactions as well as thermodynamics in AP chemistry from this free online course.

Publisher: ADU
This free online course will teach you different types of solutions and how the amount of solute dissolved in a solid can be expressed. You will learn about the impact of temperature on reaction rate and the influence of catalysts. Develop your knowledge by exploring how matter can transition between various physical states including properties of materials based on the structure and shape of atoms. Sign up and get started with this course today.
Diploma in AP Chemistry
  • Duration

    15-20 Hours
  • Students

    93
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Outcome

Certification

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Description

Diploma in AP Chemistry is a free online course that provides you with an in-depth understanding of the physical states of matter and how matter can transition between the different physical states. Before calculating the number of particles of a substance, it is important to understand stoichiometry and consideration of the balanced chemical equation. This course will help explore the concept of heterogeneous mixtures or homogeneous mixtures, including the types of pure substances. This course introduces you to the concept of vapour pressure, Dalton’s law, together with the features of Dalton’s law of partial pressure. Have you considered processes involved with dissolving sodium chloride (NaCl) in water? This course will teach you the metric system, dimensional analysis and the steps that are important for having successful dimensional analysis. You will learn about the properties of materials based on the structure and shape of atoms. Also, this course will help you have a better understanding of the concept of nucleus, electrons, neutrons and protons.

If you want to acquire a detailed understanding of the dynamics of various chemical reactions, then you should sign up for this course. You will be able to explain how the mass of solid silver, molality and molarity analysis can be calculated. Also, this course will help you understand the factors that affect vapour pressure, ideal gas law with examples of problems and their solution. Explore how the rate of disappearance of reactants can be calculated. This course will take through the effect of surface area on reaction rate, as well as the effect of concentration or pressure on reaction rate. Study the different ways of determining the rate law or the order of the reaction. Do you know there are factors that can affect equilibrium and the oxidation number of an element in a compound? This course explains the procedure for balancing redox reactions using the half-reaction or ion-electron. If you have any difficulty understanding chemical and nuclear reactions including intermolecular forces, then this course is for you.

Furthermore, you will learn about the different factors that affect the reaction rate and how to utilize Gay-Lussac’s law for the calculation of change in pressure gas. You will be able to explain the temperature effects on solubility and the types of the covalent bond by electron sharing. This course will help you have a better understanding of the general concept, and terminologies in thermodynamics, as well as the different forms of energy. Do you know there are definite expressions of a system, surroundings, and boundary in thermodynamics? You will learn how to predict the spontaneity of redox reactions and the electrode process of values from this course. Explore the driving forces of a chemical reaction, the definition of Gibbs and the effect of standard state enthalpy. The course will help you improve your understanding of the classification of the alkenes and alkynes. This free online course will be of great interest to students, researchers, and anyone with an interest in advanced placement chemistry. Register for this course and start your next learning journey today!

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