We were inspired by Dr Matthew Stoltzfus’s approach in flipped classrooms, here at KFUPM we adapted similar approach. Dr. Fus thankfully agreed to share his video lectures with us.
4.1 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions Overview
4.2 Precipitation Reactions
4.2 Metathesis and Net Ionic Equations
4.3 Acids and Bases
Once an understanding of acids and bases was established, chemists began to be curious and started mixing them together. A neutralization reaction is defined as a reaction occurring when an acid and a base are mixed together.
4.3 Neutralization Reactions and Gaseous Products
4.4 Oxidation Reduction Reactions and Assigning Oxidation Numbers Part 1
4.4 Assigning Oxidation Numbers Example Problem
4.4 Oxidation of Metals by Acids
4.5 Concentrations of Solutions
A common practice performed in larger labs is to purchase or prepare solutions at high concentrations then dilute them. When these dilutions occur the volume of the solutions change, but the number of moles remains constant.
4.6 Solution Stoichiometry and Chemical Analysis