Crash Course in Chemistry 7 Water and Solutions

Crash Course in Chemistry 7 Water and Solutions
Crash Course in Chemistry 7 Water and Solutions
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Crash Course in Chemistry is a fast moving, informative, entertaining video series that tackles many issues that come up in high school chemistry classes. Hank Green is your host. I provide a full page and half page option for students to fill in as the video plays. Many of the questions are more conceptual in nature, so that students can watch the video and still respond even after the video is complete. Video can be shown in class or assigned and students can watch multiple times to assimilate content.
The videos are available on YouTube and a link to the video is included in the worksheets.
Key Words: Video guide (YouTube video link), Chemistry, Hank Green, Crash Course in Chemistry, water, solutions, solute, solvent, aqueous, molarity, molality, dilution, molar concentration, laundry,electrolytes. Dihydrogen monoxide (better know as water) is the key to nearly everything. It falls from the sky, makes up 60% of our bodies, and just about every chemical process related to life takes place with it or in it. Without it, none of the chemical reactions that keep us alive would happen - none of the reactions that sustain any life form on earth would happen - and the majority of inorganic chemical reactions that shape the surface of the earth would not happen either. Every one of us uses water for all kinds of chemistry every day - our body chemistry, our food chemistry and our laundry chemistry all take place in water.
In today's Crash Course Chemistry, we use Hank's actual dirty laundry (ew) to learn about some of the properties of water that make it so special - it's polarity and dielectric property; how electrolytes can be used to classify solutions; and we discover how to calculate a solution's molarity as well as how to dilute a solution using the dilution equation.

Crash Course in Chemistry
1 The Nucleus
2 Unit Conversions and significant figures
3 The Fundamental Laws
4 The Periodic Table
5 The Electron
6 Stoichiometry
7 Water and Solutions
8 Acid Base Solutions
9 Precipitation Reactions
10 Redox Reactions
11 How to Speak Chemistrian
12 The Ideal Gas Law
13 Ideal Gas Law Problems
14 Real Gases
15 Partial Pressures Vapor Pressure
16 Passing Gases - Diffusion
17 Energy and Chemistry
18 Enthalpy
19 Calorimetry
20 Entropy Embrace the Chaos
21 Lab Techniques and Safety
22 Types of Chemical Bonds
23 Polar and Non-Polar
24 Bonding Models
25 Orbitals
26 Liquids
27 Solutions
28 Equilibrium
29 Equilibrium Equations
30 pH and pOH
31 Buffers and the Acid Rain Slayer
32 Kinetics
33 Doing Solids
34 Network Solids and Carbon
35 Silicon – The Internet’s Favorite Element
36 Electrochemistry
37 The History of Atomic Chemistry
38 Nuclear Chemistry
39 Nuclear Chemistry Part 2 Fusion and Fission
40 Hydrocarbon Power
41 Alkenes and Alkynes
42 Aromatics and Cyclic Compounds
43 Hydrocarbon Derivatives
44 Nomenclature
45 Polymers
46 The Global Carbon Cycle
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Crash Course in Chemistry 7 Water and Solutions
Crash Course in Chemistry 7 Water and Solutions