Chemistry-Study and teaching; Handouts; Thermodynamics; First law of thermodynamics; Chemical equilibrium
Introduction. The purpose of this short discussion is to provide a correct yet understandable introduction to thermodynamics. It is intended to replace and not complement the material in your text. The author is schooled in the Oberlin school of...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Handouts; Homework; Crystals; Solvents; Solution (Chemistry); Electrons
Experiment with the objective of synthesizing an inorganic complex compound in pure form and high yield and of discovering the chemistry involved in the syntheses. Determining the compound's paramagnetic susceptibility is involved.
Homepage for Chemistry 51, Accelerated General Chemistry. It provides links to and information on the course description, handouts, problem sets, sample examinations, laboratory experiments, the syllabus, etc.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Outlines; Syllabi and course descriptions
Syllabus by Professor Steinmetz for a general chemistry course. Chemistry 1a is an introductory course in chemistry that is designed for two groups, those who wish a survey of molecular science and those who plan to concentrate in one of the...
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Voltammetry; Electrochemistry; Solution (Chemistry)
Experiment with the goal of gaining an understanding of anodic stripping voltammetry and an understanding of the factors involved in performing quantitative analytical determinations, through the determinations of amounts of copper.
Chemistry-Study and teaching; Chemical bonds; Transition metals; Molecular orbitals
Introduction. The purpose of this handout is to provide a simple model for the bonding in transition-metal complexes as a framework for understanding and interpreting the most important properties of these complexes. We shall deal mostly with the...
An annotated bibliography for Biochemistry, with links to sources of chemical data on the World Wide Web involving general resources, protein structure, the structure and chemistry of nucleic acids, enzymology and protein chemistry.