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Advanced Chemistry 1

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Advanced Chemistry 1
  • Description
  • Outcome
  • Certification
  • This free online course offers an in-depth exploration of general, organic and analytic chemistry. It examines various topics such as chemical equilibrium, rates of reaction, chromatography and their applications in real-world industries. These tutorials are are an excellent complement to chemistry classes for students or for those working in the chemical industry who would like to refresh their knowledge of these topics.

  • After completing this course you will gain a good understanding of the 'mole' concept, used in calculating chemical reations. You will know the procedures involved in volumetric analysis including titration and dilution. You will gain a good knowledge of analysing the chemical reactions of acids, bases and oxides. It will help you to understand analytical chemistry such as qualitative analysis, chemical reactions, gravimetric analysis, spectroscopic techniques and chromatographic techniques. This course will teach you all about equilibrium reactions, dissociation constants of weak acids, Le Chatelier's principle, the use of the pH scale, sulfuric acid and many more interesting chemistry concepts.

  • All Alison courses are free to study. To successfully complete a course you must score 80% or higher in each course assessments. Upon successful completion of a course, you can choose to make your achievement formal by purchasing an official Alison Diploma, Certificate or PDF.

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Modules List( 30 )
  • The MOLE concept
    • Calculations associated with chemical analysis by chemical reactions; the MOLE concept
    • The mole concept
    • Molar mass
    • Mass - mole relationship
    • Significant figures
    • The mole concept and aqueous solutions
    • Volume - mole - concentration relationship
    • The volume-mole-concentration - activity 3
    • The mole - number of particles relationship
    • The mole-number of particles relationship - activity 4
    • The mole concept and gases - the general gas equation
    • Molar volume
    • Molar volume - activity 7
    • Molar volume - activity 8
    • A summary of mole relationships
    • Mole relationships - activity 9
    • Significant figures
    • Significant figures - activity 10
  • Volumetric analysis
    • Volumetric analysis
    • Titration
    • Standard solutions
    • Volumetric analysis, standard solutions - activity 2
    • Volumetric analysis, standard solutions - activity 3
    • Volumetric analysis, standard solutions - activity 4
    • Volumetric analysis, standard solutions - activity 5
    • Dilution
    • Volumetric analysis, dilution - activity 6
    • Titration and indicators
    • Common laboratory titrations
    • Worked example
    • Volumetric analysis, common laboratory titrations - activity 7
    • Dilution in volumetric analysis
    • Dilution in volumetric analysis - worked example
    • Errors and correct technique in volumetric analysis
    • Errors and correct technique in volumetric analysis - activity 8
    • Redox titrations
    • Volumetric analysis, redox titrations - activity 9
    • Back titrations
    • Back titrations - worked example
    • The four calculations
    • Volumetric analysis, back titration - activity 10
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 11
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 12
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 13
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 15
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 16
    • Volumetric analysis - activity 14
    • Dilution solution (a) and (b)
    • Dilution solution (c)
    • Dilution solution (d) and (e)
    • Titration solution
    • Titration solution
    • Titration solution
    • Diluting concentrated acids
  • Analysis by chemical reaction
    • Analysis by chemical reaction
    • Acid-base reactions
    • Bronsted - Lowry theory
    • The Bronsted-Lowry theory question
    • Structural characteristics of acids and bases
    • Bases
    • The structural characteristics of acids and bases - question 1
    • Amphiprotic
    • Structural characteristics of acids and bases - question 2
    • Acid-base characteristics of oxides
    • Other common reactions of acids
    • Common reactions of acids - question 1
    • Common reactions of acids - question 3
  • Analytical chemistry
    • Analytical chemistry
    • What is chemical analysis?
    • Quantitative analysis
    • Qualitative analysis
    • Methods of chemical analysis
    • Analysis by chemical reaction
    • Analysis by chemical reaction - question 1
    • Gravimetric analysis
    • Analysis by chemical reaction - question 2
    • Spectroscopic techniques
    • Chromatographic techniques
    • Which method?
  • Equilibrium
    • Equilibrium
    • Equilibrium - key knowledge
    • Yield of chemical reactions
    • Factors in a chemical reaction
    • Equilibrium, yield of chemical reactions - question 1
    • Conversion of reactants
    • The nature of a chemical reaction
    • Chemical reactions are about bond-breaking and bond-making
    • Collision theory. What are fruitful colisions?
    • Equilibrium, collision theory - question 2
    • Example of collisions
    • Heat of reaction
    • Equilibrium, heat of reaction - question 3
    • Exothermic and endothermic reactions
    • Energy profiles
    • Endothermic reactions
    • Exothermic reactions
    • Equilibrium, exothermic and endothermic reactions - question 4
    • Equilibrium, exothermic and endothermic reactions - question 5
    • Energy profiles and the effect of catalysts
    • Equilibrium, energy profiles and the effect of catalysts - question 6
    • A vital endothermic/exothermic combination
    • Equilibrium, the combustion of natural gas - question 7
    • Energy changes
    • Equilibrium, the combustion of hydrogen - question 8
    • Equilibrium, rate of reaction - question 9
  • Chemical equilibrium
    • Chemical equilibrium - reversible reactions
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - question 1
    • What is chemical equilibrium?
    • Chemical reaction
    • Dynamic equilibrium
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 2
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 3
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 4
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 5
    • Some common equilibrium systems
    • Chemical equilibrium - reversible reactions activity 6
    • Position of equilibrium and the equilibrium law
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 7
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 8
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 9
    • Concentration fraction
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 11
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 12
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 13
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 14
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 15
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 16
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 17
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 18
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 19
    • Equilibrium constants
    • Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions - activity 20
    • Equilibrium position
    • Calculations involving the equilibrium law
    • What do equilibrium constants tell us?
    • Concentration fraction at equilibrium
  • Equilibrium in living systems
    • Equilibrium in living systems
    • Equilibrium in living systems - maintaining blood pH
    • Maintaining blood pH - activity 1
    • Maintaining blood pH - activity 2
    • Equilibrium in living systems - oxygen transport
    • Equilibrium in living systems, oxygen transport - activity 3
    • Equilibrium in living systems, carbon monoxide poisoning - activity 4
    • Equilibrium in living systems - carbon monoxide poisoning
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 5
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 6
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 7
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 8
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 9
    • Extra equilibrium questions - activity 10
  • Dissociation constants of weak acids
    • Dissociation constants of weak acids, K<sub>a</sub>
    • Equilibrium law for acids
    • Dissociation constants of weak acids, K<sub>a</sub> - activity 1
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub>
    • Valid assumptions and approximations
    • Dissociation constants of weak acids, K<sub>a</sub> - worked example
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 2
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 3
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 4
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 6
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 5
    • Calculations involving pH and K<sub>a</sub> - activity 7
    • Weak or strong? Concentrated or dilute?
    • Indicators - weak acids
    • Indicators, weak acids - activity 8
    • Indicators - activity 9
    • Indicators - activity 10
    • Buffer solutions
    • Buffer solutions - activity 11
    • Selection of indicators
  • Functional groups and homologous series 1
    • Functional groups and homologous series
    • The alkanes - the simplest homologous series
    • Functional groups and homologous series - question 1
    • Consider structures of first five members of the series
    • Functional groups and homologous series - question 2
    • Final three straight-chain alkanes
    • Functional groups and homologous series - question 3
    • Functional groups
    • R-Cl - chloroalkanes
    • Systematic naming and chloroalkanes
    • Functional groups and homologous series, chloroalkanes - question 4
    • Alcohols, R-OH
    • Hexane
    • Functional groups and homologous series, alcohols - question 5
    • Functional groups and homologous series - carboxylic acids, R-COOH
    • Functional groups and homologous series, carboxylic acids - question 6
    • Functional groups and homologous series - functional groups and solubility
    • Functional groups and homologous series - question 7
  • Functional groups and homologous series 2
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 1
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 4
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 5
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 6
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 7
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 8
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 9
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 10
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 11
    • Functional groups and homologous series - revision question 12
  • Le Chatelier's principle
    • Le Chatelier's principle – Introduction
    • Effect of changes in temperature on an equilibrium system
    • Factors that affect the position of equilibrium
    • Le Chatelier's principle, factors that affect the position of equilibrium - activity 2
    • Le Chatelier's principle, factors that affect the position of equilibrium - activity 3
    • Change consideration
    • Catalysts and position of equilibrium
    • Concentration - time graphs
    • Le Chatelier's principle - activity 4
    • Concentration time graphs
    • Le Chatelier's principle, concentration-time graphs - activity 5
    • Interesting aspects of the pressure/volume link
    • Le Chatelier's principle, concentration-time graphs - activity 6
    • An unusual situation
    • Le Chatelier's principle - activity 7
    • Le Chatelier's principle - activity 8
    • Le Chatelier's principle - activity 9
  • Precipitation reactions
    • Precipitation reactions
    • Chemical reactions solubility rules
    • Chemical reactions ionic equations
    • Ionic equations - question 1
    • Ionic equations - question 2
  • Preparation of ethanoic acid from ethane
    • Preparation of ethanoic acid from ethane
    • Preparation of ethanoic acid from ethane: activity 1
    • Step 2. Chloroethane to ethanol
    • Step 3. Ethanol to ethanoic acid
    • Preparation of ethanoic acid from ethane: activity 2
    • Summary
    • Preparation of ethanoic acid from ethane: activity 3
  • Rate of reaction
    • Rate of reaction: introduction
    • Factors influencing rate of reaction
    • The chemical nature
    • The physical state of the reactants
    • Initial concentration
    • Temperature
    • Catalysts
  • Rate of reaction revision questions
    • Rate of reaction revision questions
    • Rate of reaction - activity 2
    • Equilibrium
    • Rate of reaction - activity 4
    • Rate of reaction - activity 5
    • Rate of reaction - activity 6
    • Rate of reaction - activity 7
  • Reaction between ethanol and ethanoic acid to form the ester
    • Reaction between ethanol and ethanoic acid to form the ester, ethyl ethanoate
    • Esters in general
    • Names, formulas and odours of some esters
    • Esters - activity 1
    • Esters - activity 2
    • Esters, fats and vegetable oils
    • Polyesters - condensation polymers
    • Polymer chain
    • Industrial polyester
    • Polyethylene terephthalate
    • Polyesters - activity 3
    • Esters - activity 4
    • Another equation for ethanol and ethanoic acid
  • Redox reactions
    • Redox reactions
    • Oxygen transfer
    • Hydrogen transfer
    • Electron transfer
    • Redox reactions - question 1
    • Oxidation numbers
    • Oxidation numbers in redox reactions
    • Redox reactions; oxidation numbers - question 2
    • Developing half-equations (partial ionic equations)
    • Redox reactions - question 3
    • Alternative approach
    • Dichromate to chromium lll
    • Oxidation consideration
    • Oxidation of ethanol
    • Redox reactions; developing half-equations - question 4
    • Combining oxidation and reduction half-equations
    • Redox reactions; combining oxidation and reduction half-equations - question 5
    • Redox reactions; combining oxidation and reduction half-equations - question 6
  • Structural isomers
    • Structural isomers
    • Stuctural isomers - question 1
    • Structural isomers of chloroalkanes and alcohols
    • Chloroalkanes and alcohols containing three carbon atoms
    • Chloroalkanes containing four carbon atoms
    • Alcohols containing four carbon atoms
    • Structural isomers of chloroalkanes and alcohols - question 1
    • Structural isomers of chloroalkanes and alcohols - question 2
    • Structural isomers of chloroalkanes and alcohols - question 3
    • Structural isomers of chloroalkanes and alcohols - question 4
  • Substitution reactions
    • Substitution reactions
    • Substitution reactions - question 1
  • Water Kw and the use of the pH scale
    • Water Kw and the use of the pH scale: introduction
    • The self-ionisation of water and Kw
    • Calculations using Kw
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 1
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 2
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 3
    • pH
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 4
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 5
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 6
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 7
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 8
    • The significance of a one unit change in pH
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 9
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 11
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 10
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 12
    • Water Kw and the use of pH scale - activity 13
    • pH and temperature
    • Concentrations of hydroxide and hydronium ions
  • Sulfuric acid
    • Industrial chemistry - Sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - reaction yield/reaction rate
    • Reaction yield/reaction rate - question 1
    • Sulfuric acid, reaction yield/reaction rate - question 2
    • Sulfuric acid - raw materials used in the production of sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - key reactions in the production of sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - the catalytic conversion
    • Sulfuric acid - the absorption
    • Sulfuric acid - question 3
    • Sulfuric acid - optimum conditions and the rate/yield conflict in the contact process
    • Sulfuric acid - temperature, and a catalyst
    • Sulfuric acid - pressure, near atmospheric
    • Sulfuric acid - excess oxygen (air)
    • Sulfuric acid - environmental factors
    • Properties and uses of sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - question 4
    • Concentrated sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - question 5
    • Oxidising capabilities of concentrated sulfuric acid
    • Sulfuric acid - question 6
    • Main use of sulfuric acid in Australia
    • Sulfuric acid - question 7
    • Sulfuric acid - question 8
    • Sulfuric acid - question 9
    • Sulfuric acid - question 10
    • Sulfuric acid - question 11
  • Gravimetric analysis
    • Percentage by mass and the mole concept
    • Gravimetric analysis
    • Gravimetric analysis - worked example
    • Gravimetric analysis - activity 2
    • Gravimetric analysis - activity 3
    • Empirical and molecular formulas
    • Gravimetric analysis - activity 4
    • Gravimetric analysis - activity 5
    • Gravimetric analysis - activity 6
  • Spectroscopic techniques
    • Spectroscopic techniques, absorption and emission of energy - activity 1
    • Spectroscopic techniques - activity 2
    • Spectroscopic techniques, colorimetry - activity 3
    • Spectroscopic techniques, colorimetry - activity 4
    • Spectroscopic techniques - activity 5
  • Spectroscopic techniques in chemical analysis
    • Spectroscopic techniques in chemical analysis
    • Absorption and emission of energy
    • Absorption spectra
    • Emission spectra
    • Complementary nature of emisssion and absorption spectra
    • Colorimetry
    • Atomic absorption spectroscopy - AAS
    • UV - visible spectroscopy
  • Chromatography
    • Chromatography
    • Paper and thin-layer chromatography
    • High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)
    • Gas chromatography (GC)
  • Chromatography - activity
    • Chromatography - activity 1
    • Chromatography - activity 2
    • Chromatography - activity 3
    • Chromatography - activity 4
    • Chromatography - activity 5
  • Industrial chemistry
    • Industrial chemistry
    • Importance of yield
    • Industrial chemistry key knowledge areas
  • The petrochemical industry
    • The petrochemical industry
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 1
    • Refining crude oil
    • Fractional distillation of crude oil
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 2
    • More of what we want
    • Three main uses of crude oil
  • The petrochemical industry - activity
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 10
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 9
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 8
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 7
    • The petrochemical industry - activity 6
    • Other important addition polymers derived from ethene
    • Addition polymerisation and polyethylene
    • The petrochemical industry, reactions of ethene - activity 5
    • The petrochemical industry, reactions of ethene - activity 4
    • Reactions of ethene
    • Environmental aspects of ethene production
    • Ethene - the simplest alkene
    • The industrial production of ethene
    • The petrochemical industry, alkanes and alkenes - activity 1
    • Cracking of ethane and propane to produce ethylene
    • The petrochemical industry, the industrial production of ethene - activity 2
    • Pressure and steam - an interesting aspect of ethene production!
    • The petrochemical industry, pressure and steam in ethene production - activity 3
    • Cracking of hydrocarbons
    • Examples of addition reactions of ethylene
  • Assessment
    • Chemistry Upper 1 Assessment
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Assessment
Course Features
  • Duration

    3-4 Hours

  • Publisher

    XSIQ

  • Video

    Yes

  • Audio

    Yes

  • Assessment

    Yes

  • Certification

    Yes

  • Price

    Free

  • Reward

    50 Pts

  • Responsive

    No

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