Chemistry Course: How To Write Chemical Formula In Chemistry

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Chemistry Course: How To Write Chemical Formula In Chemistry
Last updated 2/2021
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Build strong foundation of Chemistry by writing names and chemical formula of covalent & ionic compounds in Chemistry
What you'll learn
To write chemical formula in chemistry
To know the basics of the Periodic table
To use the Periodic table to write the symbols of different elements
To name covalent and ionic compounds
To write the chemical formula of organic & inorganic compounds
To understand about different methods of naming covalent & ionic compounds
To learn about valency/ covalency
To know about Cations and Anions
To learn about monoatomic & polyatomic ions
To understand Ionic formulae from diagrammatic representation
To know about Binary & Ternary compounds
To learn the Criss Cross method to write the formula of ionic compounds
This course is designed into simple and short lectures that anyone who seeks knowledge about Chemistry can understand the content.
Whether you are already a chemistry student or going to start learning chemistry, this course is for you. Remember, in order to learn chemistry you need to build strong foundation first. Getting to know about the use to the Periodic table to write the chemical symbols of different elements is the first step in naming and writing chemical formula.Chemical symbols and formulae are the crucial topics need to be mastered at initial stage of learning chemistry because all other topics are related to it whether directly or indirectly.This course covers all of the material studied in IGCSE Chemistry and GCSE/ O level, AQA, Checkpoint Chemistry courses in the topics of writing and naming formula that is needed to understand further about covalent and ionic bonding. These are normally the topics covered in (i)GCSE courses. The material is also relevant for most GCSE courses. It is designed for students who are currently pursuing IGCSE/GCSE or any equivalent or even lower/ higher qualification. It would also be useful for those students entering A level, or IBDP courses in chemistry who require a firm grounding before embarking on these more advanced qualifications. The material covered in this topic is also covered in most American and Canadian syllabuses in chemistry/science.University students or degree holders who want to revise/ polish their knowledge about chemistry can take this course as it helps you strengthen your foundation of chemistry."Those under 18 may use the services only if a parent or guardian opens their account, handles any enrollments, and manages their account usage. As such, any subject matter-oriented towards young students must be clearly marketed to parents and guardians who will be supervising their learning."
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Introduction of the Periodic table
Section 2: Basics of Chemical formula
Lecture 3 Introduction to chemical symbol/ formula
Lecture 4 How many types of chemical formula are there?
Section 3: Writing formula of simple compounds!!!
Lecture 5 Simple covalent compounds
Lecture 6 Simple inorganic molecules
Lecture 7 Covalency
Lecture 8 Molecular formula from valency
Lecture 9 Naming simple inorganic molecules
Lecture 10 Develop your understanding
Lecture 11 Formula of organic compounds
Lecture 12 Molecular formula of organic compounds
Section 4: Naming & writing formula of Ionic compounds
Lecture 13 What are ions?
Lecture 14 Cations & anions
Lecture 15 Monoatomic & polyatomic ions
Lecture 16 What are ionic compounds?
Lecture 17 Ionic formula from diagrammatic representation
Lecture 18 Valency
Lecture 19 Charge on the monatomic ions
Lecture 20 Charge on the polyatomic ions
Lecture 21 Ionic formula for binary compounds -e.g. 1
Lecture 22 Criss Cross method - e.g. 2
Lecture 23 Ionic formula for ternary compounds
Lecture 24 Binary/ ternary compounds - more practice
Lecture 25 Naming ionic compounds part - I
Lecture 26 Naming ionic compounds part - II
Lecture 27 Develop your understanding more about ionic compounds - Part 1
Lecture 28 Develop your understanding more about ionic compounds - Part 2
Lecture 29 Summary of chemical formula
Anyone who seeks knowledge about the topic,school students,college students,university students


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