Laboratory Resource Packet

Chem Lab Manuel



1. Approach

1.1 What are presuppositions and why are they important in evangelism

1.2 What is Worldview

1.3 Hypothesis vs. Theory vs. Law

1.4 Deductive and Inductive Reasoning (Bacon vs Aristotle - Scientific Revolution) [360p]

1.5 The Scientific Method Steps- Terms and Examples

1.6 The Magic of Presupposition

2. Matter 

2.1 Physical and Chemical Changes

2.2 What Happens when Stuff Dissolves

2.3- Types of Matter_ Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

2.4 What is the First Law of Thermodynamics

2.5 What is the Second Law of Thermodynamics

2.6 Particles and waves The central mystery of quantum mechanics - Chad Orzel

2.7 Solution Formation Animation

2.8-The Hunt for the Highest Melting Point

2.9 What is entropy- - Jeff Phillips

2.15- Wave-Particle Duality and the Photoelectric Effect

 3. Measurement

3.1- Measurement and Significant Figures  

3.2 Scientific Notation Explained

3.3 Accuracy and Precision It-s Easy-

3.4 What is a Conversion Factor

3.5 Making Measurements In Chemistry

3.6 Introduction to Glassware and Apparatus

 4. Atomic Structure

4.1 Chemistry - Physics History of the Atom -Dalton- Thomson- Rutherford- and Bohr Models-

4.2- Quantum Numbers, Atomic Orbitals, and Electron Configurations

4.3 LONG10 Electron Configuration

4.5 LONG12 Electron Configurations of Transition Metals

4.6- Shielding Effect and Effective Nuclear Charge

4.7 How Special Relativity Makes Magnets Work

 5. Elements

5.1 LONG9 Chemistry Introduction to the Periodic Table 

5.2- Cesium - The most ACTIVE metal on EARTH! [720p]

5.3 Electronegativity

5.4 Periodic Table Metals- Metalloids- - Transition Metals

5.5- The Periodic Table_ Atomic Radius, Ionization Energy, and Electronegativity [720p]

5.6- What is the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle_ - Chad Orzel [720p]

5.7- Oxygen - Periodic Table of Videos [360p]

5.8- De Broglie wavelength [720p]

 5.11- The NEW Periodic Table Song (Updated) [720p]

5.12- Double Slit Experiment

5.18-The Periodic Table_ Crash Course Chemistry #4 [720p]

 6. Chemical Bonds

6.1 The Octet Rule Help- Definition- and Exceptions

6.2- Lewis Dot Structures [720p]

6.3- The Chemical Bond_ Covalent vs. Ionic and Polar vs. Nonpolar

6.4- Chemical Bonds_ Covalent vs. Ionic [360p]

6.5 What Are Metallic Bonds Properties of Matter Chemistry FuseSchool

6.6 Alloy - their Properties Properties of Matter Chemistry FuseSchool

6.7- LONG11 Orbitals_ Crash Course Chemistry #25 [720p]

6.8 How to Draw Orbital Diagrams

6.11 Octet Rule Song

7. Bond Theory and Geometry

7.1- History of Atomic Theory [720p]

7.2- Valence Bond Theory, Hybrid Orbitals, and Molecular Orbital Theory [720p]

7.3- Sigma and Pi Bonds_ Hybridization Explained_

7.4 LONG12 Resonance StructuresAssigning Formal Charge

7.5- Molecular Orbital Theory Chemistry [360p]

7.6 VSEPR Theory

7.7 Hybridization

7.8 Molecular polarity AP Chemistry Khan Academy

7.29- Metallic Bonding [720p]

8. Compositions and Reactions

8.1 How to Find Oxidation Numbers -Rules and Examples-

8.2 Practice determining oxidation states  Chemistry  Khan Academy

8.3 Binary Compounds Nomenclature by Cassidy - Phil

8.4-Naming Ionic Compounds

8.5 What-s a polyatomic ion

8.6 Hydrates

8.7 Naming Acids _ How to Pass Chemistry

8.8- Balancing Chemical Equations [720p]

8.9 How to Write Chemical Equations

8.10 Making Predictions Using Reactivity Series Reactions Chemistry FuseSchool

8.11 Chem 3.8 - Types of reactions - synthesis- decomposition- single- double displacement- combustion

8.25 Finding Oxidation Numbers - Chemistry


9. Chemical Calculations

9.1 How big is a mole (Not the animal, the other one.) - Daniel Dulek

9.2 The Mole Avogadro's Number and Stoichiometry

9.3 Mole Ratio How are moles like money

9.4 Stoichiometry What is Stoichiometry

9.5 Calculating the Percent Yield of a Reaction

9.6 Stoichiometry Chemistry for Massive Creatures - Crash Course Chemistry 6

9.7 How to Find Limiting Reactants  How to Pass Chemistry

9.20 Molarity and Dilution

9.21 Molarity Made Easy How to Calculate Molarity and Make Solutions

9.22 Molarity

9.30 How to Do Solution Stoichiometry Using Molarity as a Conversion Factor  How to Pass Chemistry

10. Gases

10.1 Ideal Gas Law

10.2 Partial Pressures _ Vapor Pressure Crash Course Chemistry 15

10.3Chemistry Boyle's Law (Gas Laws) with 2 examples  Homework Tutor

10.4 Chemistry Charles's Law (Gas Laws) with 2 examples  Homework Tutor

10.6 Xenon  - THE BRIGHTEST Gas on Earth!

10.7 Henry-s Law and Gas Solubility Explained

10.8 Kinetic Molecular Theory and the Ideal Gas Laws

10.10 Temperature and Gas Solubility

10.13- Fluorine - Periodic Table of Videos

10.44- Oxygen - The MOST ABUNDANT Element On EARTH!

11. Solids and Liquids

11.1 Intermolecular Forces and Boiling Points

11.2 Cubic Unit Cells and Their Origins

11.3 LONG9 Doing Solids Crash Course Chemistry 33

11.4 LONG10 Viscosity- Cohesive and Adhesive Forces- Surface Tension- and Capillary Action

11.5 Types of Colloids and Their Properties

11.6 Evaporation and Intermolecular Attractions

11.7 Intermolecular Forces and Boiling Points

11.8 Intermolecular Forces with Evaporation of Alcohols Using Go Direct� Temperature

11.9 Dipole Forces

11.10 The Curious Case of the Xenon Balloon - Periodic Table of Videos

12 solutions

12.1 Intermolecular Forces Like Dissolves Like

12.2 Freezing Point Depression Lab

12.3 Molarity and Dilution

12.3B How polarity makes water behave strangely - Christina Kleinberg  

12.4- How to Supercool Water_ A SciShow Experiment

12.5 Phase Changes, Heats of Fusion and Vaporization, and Phase Diagrams

12.6 Molarity versus Molality

12.6B Preparation of a Molar Solution

12.7 Temperature and Gas Solubility

12.8 Biggest Mistakes in Chemistry Dissolving

12.8B What are Emulsions Properties of Matter Chemistry FuseSchool

12.9 LONG16 Solubility Chemistry - Solute Solvent - Solution- Weak Electrolytes Strong Electrolytes

12.10 Colligative Properties-Lab Boiling Point Elevation

12.12- Solubility Curves Explained

12.13 Supersaturated Solution

12.38- The Leidenfrost Effect_ How to Make a Liquid Levitate


13 Thermodynamics

 13.1 Enthalpy of Reaction

13.2- Heat Capacity, Specific Heat, and Calorimetry

13.3 Chemical Thermodynamics- Energy- Enthalpy and Entropy

13.4 Thermochemistry Heat and Enthalpy

13.4B Activation energy

13.5 Gibbs Free Energy

13.6 LONG11 Enthalpy Crash Course Chemistry 18

13.7 LONG12 Thermochemical Equations Practice Problems

13.8- Hess's Law and Heats of Formation

13.9 Calorimetry

13.10 How to Calculate Enthalpy of Combustion - Mr Pauller

13.11 Activation Energy2

13.14 Heat of Reaction Hess-s Law -Example- 

13.14B Standard enthalpy change of combustion -SL-

13.15 Calorimetry - Determination of Heats of Solution

13.23- Endothermic reaction_ very, VERY cool.

14 Reaction Rates

14.1 Chemistry Tutorial 9.01a Reaction Mechanism

14.2 How to speed up chemical reactions (and get a date) - Aaron Sams

14.2B Activation energy Kickstarting chemical reactions - Vance Kite

14.3 Reaction Mechanisms

14.3B Reaction Order Tricks - How to Quickly Find the Rate Law

14.4 LONG9 Kinetics Initial Rates and Integrated Rate Laws

14.5 LONG9 The Rate Law

14.8 LONG9 Mechanisms and the rate-determining step Kinetics Chemistry Khan Academy

14.10 The Rate of Reactions

14.11 The Rate Constant

14.12 Rates of Reaction - Part 1� Reactions� Chemistry� FuseSchool

14.13 Rates of Reaction - Part 2� Reactions� Chemistry� FuseSchool

14.14 How to Find the Rate Law and Rate Constant -k-

14.15 LONG9 Reaction Rate Laws

14.20 How To Make Sugar Rockets

14.21 Extreme Whoosh Bottle Trio

15 Equilibrium

15.1 Equilibrium Crash Course Chemistry 28

15.2 Le Chatelier-s Principle

15.3 Equilibrium Equations Crash Course Chemistry 29

15.4 Chemical Equilibria and Reaction Quotients

15.5 Heterogeneous equilibrium Chemical equilibrium Chemistry Khan Academy

15.6 Le Chatelier-s Principle and Temperature Changes -Pt. 10-

15.7 Solution Equilibrium - Factors Affecting Solubility

15.8 Predicting Precipitation With Ksp Values

15.9 The Common Ion Effect

15.10 What Happens when Stuff Dissolves

15.11 FeSCN2- Equilbrium - LeChatelier-s Principle Lab Part 1

15.12 Chemical equilibrium with real examples

16 Acids and Bases

16.1 Acids and Bases- pH and pOH

16.2 Bronsted-Lowry definition of acids and bases Biology Khan Academy

16.3 Running a titration analysis

16.3B What is pOH

16.4 Chemistry 12.7 Buffers

16.5 Properties of Acids and Bases

16.6 The strengths and weaknesses of acids and bases - George Zaidan and Charles Morton

16.6B Logarithms- Explained - Steve Kelly

16.8 Chemistry Lesson Acid-Base Neutralization Reactions

16.9- Acid-Base Titration

16.10 How to find pH- pOH- H3O-- and OH- STEP BY STEP

16.11 pH and pOH Crash Course Chemistry 30

16.12 Lewis Acids and Bases

16.15 Flesh-Eating Hydrofluoric Acid - Periodic Table of Videos

16.16 Coke Cans in Acid and Base - Periodic Table of Videos

16.58- What's a Lewis Acid and Lewis Base

16.90 The Strongest Bases in the World

17 Redox Reactions

17.1 Introduction to Oxidation Reduction -Redox- Reactions

17.2- Electrochemistry_ Crash Course Chemistry #36

17.3- Electroplating2 BCLN- Chemistry

17.4 Redox Reactions Crash Course Chemistry 10

17.5 Copper Electroplating - The Sci Guys_ Science at Home

17.6 Voltaic Cells - how they work

17.6B Galvanic Cell.swf

17.7 LONG16 Introduction to Electrochemistry

17.10 How To Grow Copper Crystals with Electricity

17.11 Standard Zinc-Copper Voltaic Cell with Salt Bridge

17.15 Ferromagnetic Materials

17.16 Electroplating1_ Copper-Plate a Key

17.60 Diamagnetism How to Levitate a Frog

18 Organic Chemistry

18.1 What Is Organic Chemistry Crash Course Organic Chemistry 1

18.2 Organic Chemistry Introduction Part 1

18.3 Organic Chemistry Introduction Part 2

18.4 The Basics of Organic Nomenclature Crash Course Organic Chemistry 2

18.5 3 Steps for Naming Alkanes Organic Chemistry

18.6 Hydrocarbon Power- Crash Course Chemistry 40

18.7 Alkenes - Alkynes Crash Course Chemistry 41

18.8 Aromatics - Cyclic Compounds Crash Course Chemistry 42

18.9 Hydrocarbon Derivatives Crash Course Chemistry 43

18.19 Carboxylic Acids- Typical Acids and Esters Organic Chemistry Chemistry FuseSchool

19 Polymers and Materials Chemistry

19.1 Ceramics This Material Wont Melt Away

19.2 Classification of Materials - Metals- Ceramics- Polymers- Composites

19.3 Preparation of a Sol Gel

19.4 How Does a Transistor Work

19.5 Polymers Crash Course Chemistry 45

19.6 Polymers

19.7 What Is A Semiconductor

19.8 Metals - Ceramics Crash Course Engineering 19

20 Nuclear Chemistry

20.1 Nuclear Reactions- Radioactivity- Fission and Fusion

20.2 Is radiation dangerous - Matt Anticole

20.3 Nuclear Binding Energy tutorial -Post 16 physics-

20.4 Nuclear Chemistry Crash Course Chemistry 38

20.5 The Most Radioactive Places on Earth

20.6 Nuclear Chemistry Part 2 - Fusion and Fission Crash Course Chemistry 39

20.7 Fusion Power Explained � Future or Failure

20.10 How do nuclear power plants work - M. V. Ramana and Sajan Saini

20.12 IDTIMWYTIM Radiation

20.14 Can you survive nuclear fallout - Brooke Buddemeier and Jessica S. Wieder

20.15 Fusion Power Explained � Future or Failure