AP Chemistry with Chemguy

Course Description

In this course, Rob Lederer (Chemguy) covers the entire Advanced Placement Chemistry curriculum for Grade 12 students enrolled in a Chemistry AP course. Topics included in these video lectures are: Thermodynamics, Bonding, Kinetics, Solutions, Stoichiometry and many more.This course is also compl... (read more)

Video Lectures

# Lecture Play Video
I. Atomic Theory
1 Atomic Theory I: Energy and Waves Play Video
2 Atomic Theory II: Bohr Model Play Video
3 Atomic Theory III: Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle Play Video
4 Atomic Theory IV: Pauli Exclusion Principle Play Video
5 Atomic Theory V: Example of Quantum Numbers Play Video
6 Atomic Theory VI: Electron Configurations & Aufbau Principle Play Video
7 Atomic Theory VII: Periodic Trends Play Video
II. Bonding
8 Bonding I: Lattice Energy Play Video
9 Bonding II: Formal Charge & Resonance Play Video
10 Bonding III: Trigonal Bipyramidal, Seesaw and T-Shape Play Video
11 Bonding IV: Octahedral and Square Planar Play Video
12 Bonding V: Molecular Orbitals Play Video
13 Bonding VI: Orbital Hybridization Play Video
III. Stoichiometry
14 Stoichiometry I: Molar Mass & Mass Percent Calculation Play Video
15 Stoichiometry II: Percent Composition by Mass & Empirical Formula Play Video
16 Stoichiometry III: Water of Hydration Calculation Play Video
17 Stoichiometry III/ Solutions I: Determining Empirical Formula & Advanced Solutions Play Video
18 Solutions II: Finding Mass %, Mole Fraction & Molality Play Video
19 Solutions III: Tyndal Effect, Boiling Point and Freezing Point Play Video
20 Solution IV: Raoult's Law Play Video
21 Solubility Product I: Molar Solubility & Ksp Play Video
22 Solubility Product II: Relative Solubility Play Video
IV. Gases
23 Gases I: Kinetic Molecular Theory Play Video
24 Gases II: Graham's Law of Effusion Play Video
V. Kinetics
25 Kinetics I: Rate Laws Play Video
26 Kinetics II: Determining Rate Law of Reaction Play Video
27 Kinetics III: Integrated Rate Law in 0th, 1st and 2nd Order Play Video
28 Kinetics IV: Graphing Integrated Rate Law Data Play Video
29 Kinetics V: Reaction Mechanisms Play Video
30 Kinetics VI: Activation Energy Play Video
VI. Thermodynamics
31 Thermodynamics I: Entropy Play Video
32 Thermodynamics II: Spontaneous Reaction Play Video
33 Thermodynamics III: Gibbs Free Energy Play Video
34 Thermodynamics IV: Free Energy Calculations Play Video
35 Thermodynamics V: Nernst Equation Play Video

Comments

Displaying 10 comments:

Kcl wrote 2 years ago.
Hi, mr. Chemguy, I really appreciate your effort to share
your chemistry lessons with whoever is interested in
chemistry. However, there are points in the lesson kinetic
IV graphing integrated rate law. The graph for the second
order reaction should be a straight line with a positive
gradient and the zero order reaction should b straight line
with negative gardient.


Kcl wrote 2 years ago.
Hi, mr. Chemguy, I really appreciate your effort to share
your chemistry lessons with whoever is interested in
chemistry. However, there are points in the lesson kinetic
IV graphing integrated rate law. The graph for the second
order reaction should be a straight line with a positive
gradient and the zero order reaction should b straight line
with negative gardient.


szaman wrote 2 years ago.
How to play the video

julius4567 wrote 2 years ago.
You know how great these videos are? My Chem teacher is
assigning these videos as homework! These videos are great!


Yabu wrote 3 years ago.
This guy is awesome

Ashwathi wrote 3 years ago.
Would you happen to have videos on half life and radioactive
decay and stuff? Thank you! Your videos are VERY helpful!


cicikherlina wrote 3 years ago.
i hope i can understand chemistry more easily

Cecilia wrote 3 years ago.
Yay for better Lewis diagrams!
:D


1023 wrote 4 years ago.
Can you please make some videos on liquids and solids?
PLEAAAAAASE!!


Tine wrote 4 years ago.
Thanks Chemguy, you are helping me teach A level Chemistry.



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