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 ENR 280      Engineering Chemistry - Fall, 2001

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Lesson 
Number
Chapter
Pre-recorded Video Lectures
Length of 
Video Lecture
In-Class Audio and Board Work
Length of Audio
1A
  Introduction
10 minutes
   
1B
Chapter 1
Scientific Procedure
5 minutes
   
2A
Chapter 2
Measurements
6 minutes
   
2B
  Significant Figures
11 minutes
9/19/01
40 minutes
2C
  Scientific Notation
8 minutes
   
3A
Chapter 3
Measurement Systems
5 minutes
9/24/01
40 minutes
3B
  Measuring Scales
6 minutes
   
3C
  Conversions
7 minutes
   
3D
  Defined Conversions
7 minutes
   
3E
  Density
6 minutes
   
3F
  Percent Conversions
4 minutes
   
3G
  Temperature Scales
5 minutes
   
3H
  Temperature Conversions
6 minutes
   
4A
Chapter 4
Concepts about Matter
10 minutes
9/26/01
25 minutes
4B
  Pure Substances & Mixtures
9 minutes
   
4C
  Elements
7 minutes
   
5A
Chapter 11
States of Matter
4 minutes
10/1/01
12 minutes 
5B
  Kinetic & Potential Energy
5 minutes
   
5C
 
Solid, Liquid & Gaseous States
5 minutes
   
5D
 
Endothermic & Exothermic Reactions
2 minutes
   
5E
  Heat Energy
4 minutes
   
5F
  Specific Heat
5 minutes
10/3/01
35 minutes
5G
  Specific Heat Example
5 minutes
10/10/01
40 minutes
5H
  Change of State Table
5 minutes
   
5I
  Heat of Vaporization
5 minutes
   
5J
  Evaporization of Liquids
7 minutes
   
5K
  Cooking at High Altitude and Higher Pressures
7 minutes
   
6A
Chapter 5
Atoms and Molecules
4 minutes
   
6B
  How small is an atom?  And what are molecules?
3 minutes
   
6C
  Types of Compounds
6 minutes
   
6D
  Chemical Formulae and Subatomic Particles
4 minutes
   
6E
  Element Designations and Isotopes
8 minutes
   
6F
  Atomic Mass
4 minutes
   
7A
Chapter 6
Electron Structure and the Periodic Chart
6 minutes
10/29/01
25 minutes
7B
 
Electron Shells
6 minutes
The Crash of Flight 143
15 minutes
7C
 
Electron Orbitals
3 minutes
10/31/01
20 minutes
7D
 
The Aufbau and Hund Principles
4 minutes
   
7E
 
The Periodic Table
4 minutes
   
7F
 
Classification of Elements
4 minutes
   
7G
 
Atomic Size
2 minutes
   
8A
Chapter 7
Chemical Bonds
2 minutes
   
8B
 
Valence Electrons
3 minutes
   
8C
 
Octet Rule
2 minutes
   
8D
 
The Ionic Bond Model
4 minutes
   
8E
 
Examples of Ionic Bonds
3 minutes
   
8F
 
Covalent Bonds
7 minutes
   
8G
 
Electronegativity
6 minutes
   
8H
 
Bond Properties
5 minutes
   
8I
 
Molecular Polarity - The Water Molecule
4 minutes
   
9A
Chapter 8
Molecular Nomenclature
9 minutes
   
9B
 
Acid Nomenclature
5 minutes
   
10A
Chapter 9
Chemical Calculations
6 minutes
11/7/01
40 minutes
10B
 
Calculations of Formula Masses
3 minutes
   
10C
 
The Mole Concept
5 minutes
   
10D
 
Determining moles of elements within a compound
5 minutes
   
10E
 
Emperical Formulas
2 minutes
   
10F
 
Solving Chemical Formula-based Problems
6 minutes
   
11A
Chapter 10
Chemical Equations & The Law of Conservation
6 minutes
   
11B
 
Speical Symbols in Chemical Equations
3 minutes
   
11C
 
Using the Mole Concept with Chemical Equations
6 minutes
11/14/01
20 minutes
11D
 
Stoichiometry
4 minutes
   
11E
 
Limiting Reactancts
6 minutes
   
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