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Chemistry To Go

Chemistry To Go
  1. Author: IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
  2. Number of episodes: 17
  3. Web site: http://chem.iupui.edu/~ksanlike/

Podcast Description:

Each episode in this podcast is a full-motion video "chalk talk" of an elementary chemistry problem being solved. The problems are appropriate for high school students and students in beginning college-level courses. The instructor is Keith S. Anliker, Senior Lecturer of Chemistry and Director of Laboratory and Curriculum Support, in the Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at IUPUI.

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Chemistry To Go

  Name Time Artist/Performer Release Date Description Author Language  
1.Acids and Bases #200:02:20Keith S. Anliker5/22/2009Concepts: acid-base neutralization, predicting the acid and base that produce a particular salt in a neutralization reaction. What acid-base combination produces lithium sulfate in a neutralization reaction?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
2.Gas Problem #300:02:33Keith S. Anliker7/23/2008Concepts: Charles' Law, gas laws, volume-temperature relationship for gases. A balloon occupies 9.0 L at 250 K. What is its volume at 750 K? (P is constant.)IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
3.Gas Problem #200:02:34Keith S. Anliker5/21/2008Concepts: ideal gas law, ideal gas constant (R), Kelvin temperature conversion. What is the pressure if 2.0 mol of helium gas at 22°C occupy a volume of 3.3 L?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
4.Acids and Bases #100:01:57Keith S. Anliker5/20/2008Concepts: acid-base neutralization, predicting the salt formed in a neutralization reaction. What salt is produced when nitric acid is neutralized with potassium hydroxide?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
5.Atomic Structure #100:02:02Keith S. Anliker5/20/2008Concepts: atomic structure, subatomic particles, nucleus, protons, neutrons, atomic number, mass number, isotopes. How many protons and neutrons are in the nucleus of each isotope?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
6.Ionic Compounds #100:03:51Keith S. Anliker4/19/2008Concepts: formulas of ionic compounds, monatomic ions, isoelectronic, group number, periodic table. Write the formulas for the following ionic compounds: potassium sulfide, barium chloride, aluminum fluoride and lithium nitride.IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
7.Gas Problem #100:01:39Keith S. Anliker4/18/2008Concepts: gases, partial pressure. What is the partial pressure of He if a sealed flask contains 2.0 mole of He gas and 4.0 moles of Ar gas at a total pressure of 12.0 atm?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
8.Metric Conversions #200:02:32Keith S. Anliker4/18/2008Concepts: metric prefixes, metric conversions. What volume in microliters is equivalent to 1.5 milliliters?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
9.Metric Conversions #100:01:56Keith S. Anliker4/17/2008Concepts: metric prefixes, metric conversions. What is the mass in nanograms of a sample of NaCl that weighs 35.2 grams?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
10.Solutions Problem #200:01:58Keith S. Anliker4/10/2008Concepts: solutions, concentration units, molarity. What is the molarity if 15 g of NaOH are dissolved in enough water so that the solution's volume is 250 mL?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
11.Stoichiometry Problem #300:02:05Keith S. Anliker4/10/2008Concepts: formula weight, gram-mole conversion. What is the mass of 0.32 moles of carbon dioxide gas?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
12.Nuclear Decay #100:01:45Keith S. Anliker4/7/2008Concepts: nuclear decay, positron emission, isotopes. What isotope is obtained when P-30 decays by positron emission?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
13.Shapes of Molecules #100:01:54Keith S. Anliker4/5/2008Concepts: Lewis structure, shapes of molecules, bond angle, VSEPR. What is the H-S-H bond angle in hydrogen sulfide, and what is the shape of this molecule?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
14.Solutions Problem #100:01:13Keith S. Anliker4/5/2008Concepts: solutions, concentration units, weight/volume percent. How many grams of KCl are in 300 mL of a solution of KCl that is 3.5%w/v?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
15.Stoichiometry Problem #200:02:41Keith S. Anliker4/4/2008Concepts: balancing a chemical equation, using a balanced equation. How many moles of . . . can be produced from 2.4 moles of nitrogen dioxide?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
16.Stoichiometry Problem #100:01:38Keith S. Anliker4/3/2008Concepts: formula weight, formula of a compound. What is the formula weight of strontium bromide?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload
17.Density Problem #100:01:26Keith S. Anliker4/3/2008Concepts: density, metric conversion. What is the mass (in kg) if the density is 1.8 g/mL and the volume is 1500L?IUPUI Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical BiologyEnglishDownload