CHAPTER 1 CHEMISTRY AND MEASUREMENT
The chapter opens with a brief introduction to chemistry, followed by a discussion of measurement and significant figures.
An Introduction to Chemistry
CHAPTER 2 ATOMS, MOLECULES, AND IONS
The chapter introduces basic concepts needed in the course: atomic theory, atomic structure, atomic mass, periodic table, molecular and ionic substances, formulas, organic compounds, naming of compounds, and chemical equations.
Atomic Theory and Atomic Structure
Chemical Substances: Formulas and Names
Chemical Reactions: Equations
CHAPTER 3 CALCULATIONS WITH CHEMICAL FORMULAS AND EQUATIONS
This chapter uses the concepts of formula mass and the mole to obtain chemical formulas and to perform calculations with chemical equations.
Mass and Moles of Substance
Determining Chemical Formulas
Stoichiometry: Quantitative Relations in Chemical Reactions
CHAPTER 4 CHEMICAL REACTIONS
This chapter introduces the basic concepts of reactions, particularly those concerned with ionic reactions in aqueous solution.
Types of Chemical Reactions
Working with Solutions
CHAPTER 5 THE GASEOUS STATE
This chapter treats the gas laws and the kinetic-molecular theory.
CHAPTER 6 THERMOCHEMISTRY
Heats of reaction and the concept of enthalpy are discussed. Concepts of entropy and free energy are deferred until Chapter 18 (the first law of thermodynamics is discussed explicitly in that chapter).
Understanding Heats of Reaction
Using Heats of Reaction
CHAPTER 7 QUANTUM THEORY OF THE ATOM
This chapter begins by presenting the properties of light as a prelude to describing Bohr's theory of the hydrogen atom. The chapter ends with a discussion of quantum numbers and atomic orbitals. Electron configurations of atoms are dealt with in the next chapter.
Light Waves, Photons, and the Bohr Theory
Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Numbers
CHAPTER 8 ELECTRON CONFIGURATIONS AND PERIODICITY
This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 7, which introduced the concepts of atomic orbitals and quantum numbers. Here we look at the electron configurations of atoms and describe the relationship between these configurations and the periodic behavior of the elements.
Electronic Structure of Atoms
Periodicity of the Elements
CHAPTER 9 IONIC AND COVALENT BONDING
The chapter discusses the elementary aspects of chemical bonding, concluding with sections on bond properties.
CHAPTER 10 MOLECULAR GEOMETRY AND CHEMICAL BONDING THEORY
This chapter covers more advanced bonding concepts than those presented in the previous chapter, including molecular geometry, hybrid orbitals, and molecular orbital theory.
Molecular Geometry and Directional Bonding
Molecular Orbital Theory
CHAPTER 11 STATES OF MATTER; LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS
This chapter looks at the states of matter (particularly liquids and solids) and their transformations from one state to another.
Changes of State
CHAPTER 12 SOLUTIONS
This chapter looks at solution formation, colligative properties, concentration units, and colloids.
CHAPTER 13 RATES OF REACTION
This chapter looks at some important questions concerning chemical reactions: How fast do chemical reactions occur, what factors affect this rate, and how do reactions occur at the molecular level?
CHAPTER 14 CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
This chapter begins a block of chapters dealing with chemical equilibrium. The method used to solve equilibrium problems is described here, and that method is used uniformly throughout the chapters on equilibrium calculations. Gaseous reactions are used to illustrate the principles.
Describing Chemical Equilibrium
Using the Equilibrium Constant
Changing the Reaction Conditions: Le Châtelier's Principle
CHAPTER 15 ACIDS AND BASES
This chapter discusses the three main acid–base concepts and introduces the pH concept needed for the next chapter.
Acid and Base Strengths
Self-Ionization of Water and pH
CHAPTER 16 ACID–BASE EQUILIBRIA
This chapter looks quantitatively at acid–base equilibria including hydrolysis, common-ion effect, and buffers.
Solutions of a Weak Acid or Base
Solutions of a Weak Acid or Base with Another Solute
CHAPTER 17 SOLUBILITY AND COMPLEX-ION EQUILIBRIA
The chapter deals with solubility and precipitation as well as complex-ion formation and its effect on solubility.
An Application of Solubility Equilibria
CHAPTER 18 THERMODYNAMICS AND EQUILIBRIUM
This chapter looks at the spontaneity of a chemical reaction in terms of the thermodynamic concepts of entropy and free energy. The equilibrium constant is related to free energy in the last two sections.
Spontaneous Processes and Entropy
Free Energy and Equilibrium Constants
CHAPTER 19 ELECTROCHEMISTRY
This chapter looks at electrochemistry and what it has to say about the spontaneity of reaction and about the electrolytic decomposition of a substance.
EN5420791 Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy
- 1. Steady-State Polarization Curves
- 2. Transient Response to a Potential Step
- 3. Analysis in Frequency Domain
- 4. Comparison of Measurement Techniques
- 5. Cell Design and Experimental Considerations
- 6. Equivalent Circuit Analogs
- 7. Kinetic Models
- 8. Diffusion impedance
- 9. Time-Constant Dispersion and Constant-Phase Elements
- 10. Electro hydrodynamic Impedanc
- 11. Methods for Representing Impedance
- 12. Preliminary Graphical Methods
- 13. Model-Based Graphical Methods
- 14. Complex Non-linear Regression
EN5417791 Advanced electrochemistry engineering and analytical techniques
- 1. Introduction to electro-analytical chemistry
- 2. Coulometry and Faraday's law
- 3. Stripping and micro-eletrode
- 4. Dynamic electrochemistry
- 5. Chronoamperometry
- 6. Polarography at Hg electrode
- 7. Linear-sweep and cyclic voltammetry at solid electrodes
- 8. Improving sensitivity by pulse method
- 9. The rotated disc electrode
- 10. Spectro-electrochemistry
- 11. Electro-analytical measurements involving impedance
- 12. Electrode and electrolyte preparation to experiment
EN5416791 Advance Battery Technology
- 1. The principle and fundamental of lithium battery
- 2. The material introduction of and its application in lithium battery
- 3. The principle and fundamental of solar cell
- 4. The material introduction of and its application in solar cell
- 5. The principle and fundamental of fuel cell
- 6. The material introduction of and its application in fuel cell
- 7. The principle and fundamental of Supercapacitors
- 8. The material introduction of and its application in Supercapacitors