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This is a course which focuses on experimentation of designs, performance and interpretations. You will also be introduced to advanced chemical experiments, gathering data and analyze it in a quantitative and qualitative manner. You will be attending lab classes twice a week whose goal would be to enhance you with scientific process and the skills required solving the practical problems. You will be working with experimental data and the basic concepts of Chemistry.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Michigan

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Experiment 1- Experimental Analysis of Precipitation Data of Different Metal Ions 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Experimental Determination of Precipitate Identity 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Experimental Determination of the Impact of Concentration on Precipitation 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Experimental Determination of the Impact of Different Solvents on Precipitation 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Introduction 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Optional Reviews and Extensions 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Precipitation Reaction 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Required Background Knowledge and Skills 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Salt Formulas 00:05:00
Experiment 1- Salt Formulas 00:05:00
Module: 02
Experiment 1- Solvent Polarity 00:05:00
Experiment 1- The Relationship Between Salt Dissociation and Solvent Polarity 00:05:00
Experiment 1- The Relationship Between Salt Solubility and Solvent Polarity 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – A Calibration Graph 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – An Absorbance Spectrum 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Beer’s Law 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Experiment Goal 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – Experiment Goal: Generating & Using a Calibration Graph 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – Experiment Goal: Obtaining an Absorbance Spectrum 00:05:00
Module: 03
Experiment 2 – Graph for Yourself 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – In the Lab: Dilute it Yourself 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – In the Lab: Making a Solution 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – In the Lab: Measuring Absorbance 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Light and Solutions 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Molarity 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – Solution Color 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – Solution Dilution 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Solutions and Solution Color 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – Using your Calibration Graph 00:10:00
Module: 04
Experiment 2 – Volume and Concentration 00:10:00
Experiment 2 – What is a Mole? 00:05:00
Experiment 2 – Working with Your Graphs 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Acids and Bases from a Different View 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Lewis Acids and Bases 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Lewis Acids and Bases: Complexation 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Lewis Base Exchange 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Part 1: Cation Acidity 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Part 2a: Studies of Complex Formation with Ammonia or Hydroxide 00:05:00
Experiment 5 – Solubility and General Lewis Base preferences 00:05:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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