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The explanations are amazing, life saving! Thank you so much!

### Best Review I Have Ever Used

It makes learner so much easier. Being able to pause, rewind to better understand something you did not get the first time in lecture helps a lot. Make sure to write down the examples to use to study future practice problems.

very clear instructions and notes

The explanations are amazing, life saving! Thank you so much!

It makes learner so much easier. Being able to pause, rewind to better understand something you did not get the first time in lecture helps a lot. Make sure to write down the examples to use to study future practice problems.

very clear instructions and notes

Chad's videos get straight to the point. That's what I like about them so much. He condenses the material into a video that isn't long and boring. He does a good job at covering different topics and the layout of the course is great. You never are...

##### Chad McAllister

# About the instructor

Chad has been instructing science and pre-health students for close to two decades. He is continuously revising his lectures and practice materials to give the most efficient presentation of the material and to maximize student understanding.

If you are struggling with general chemistry then you have come to the right place! Chad has been helping chemistry students at ASU for close to 20 years and incorporates helpful analogies and humor into his lectures making chemistry both understandable and enjoyable. This course contains a comprehensive set of video lectures, outlines, and quizzes covering the curriculum covered in CHM 113/116 or CHM 114. CHM 101 students will also find the material helpful but will not use every chapter covered.

-Over 20 hours of video lectures

-A 65-page set of outlines

-Over 80 Quizzes

-Over 500 screen-recorded solutions

-Over 600 practice questions in total with detailed written solutions

# Course Contents

# Course Curriculum

- 2.1 Atomic Structure and Introduction to the Periodic Table (13:21)
- Atomic Structure (5 Questions)
- Atomic and Molecular Weights (4 Questions)
- 2.2 Classifying Compounds (3:53)
- 2.3 Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds (5:30)
- Nomenclature of Ionic Compounds (6 Questions)
- 2.4 Nomenclature of Molecular Compounds (3:39)
- Nomenclature of Molecular Compounds (6 Questions)
- 2.5 Naming Acids (6:34)
- Nomenclature of Acids (6 Questions)
- Nomenclature Summary Quiz (23 Questions)

- 3.1 Reactions and Calculations With Moles (20:32)
- Chemical Reactions (6 Questions)
- Calculations with Moles (9 Questions)
- 3.2 Mass Percents and Empirical and Molecular Formulas (10:19)
- Mass Percents and Empirical and Molecular Formulas (8 Questions)
- 3.3 Limiting Reagent Calculations (16:04)
- Limiting Reagent Calculations (11 Questions)

- 14.1 Rates and Rate Expressions (8:42)
- 14.1 Rate Expressions (4 Questions)
- 14.2 Rate Laws (19:43)
- 14.2 Rate Laws (6 Questions)
- 14.3 Mechanisms, Catalysts, and Reaction Coordinate Diagrams (16:36)
- 14.3 Mechanisms and Catalysts (11 Questions)
- 14.3 Reaction Coordinate Diagrams (8 Questions)
- 14.4 Collision Theory and the Arrhenius Equation (12:57)
- 14.4 Collision Theory and the Arrhenius Equation (7 Questions)
- 14.5 Integrated Rate Laws and Half-Lives (15:33)
- 14.5 Integrated Rate Laws and Half-Lives (10 Questions)

- 19.1 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions and Oxidation States (11:16)
- 19.2 Balancing Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (30:28)
- 19.3 Galvanic Cells (20:34)
- 19.4 Standard Cell Potentials (aka emf or Voltage) (14:43)
- 19.5 Nonstandard Cell Potentials (the Nernst Equation) (12:05)
- 19.6 Reduction Potentials and the Relationship between Cell Potential, Delta G, and the Equilibrium Constant (11:57)
- 19.7 Electrolytic Cells (14:27)
- 19.3 Galvanic Cells (20:34)
- 19.8 Electrolysis Calculations (9:00)
- 19.4 Standard Cell Potentials (aka emf or Voltage) (14:43)
- A Little Help