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I. Explain and Understand Scientific Method
The Scientific Method: Steps, Terms and Examples
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II. Explain design and significance of experiments that led to adoption of atomic theory
History of Atomic Theory
by: Professor Dave Explains
We all know that atoms exist. But we didn't always! A lot of people contributed in different ways to help develop our current understanding of atomic structure, starting all the way back in Ancient Greece. Grab some popcorn and let Professor Dave tell you the story!
III. Recognize and interpret isotopic notation; understanding the relationship between average atomic masses and isotopic masses
by: Tyler DeWitt
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IV. Relate atomic mass to composition in terms of subatomic particles.
V. Descriptive chemistry of ionic and covalent compounds
How To Name Ionic And Covalent Compounds
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VII. Chemical reactions and stoichiometry
Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
by: Step by Step Science
Describes the basics of double replacement reactions, how to identify them, predict the products and balance the chemical equation. Two examples are also shown, AgNO3 + K2CrO4 and Pb(NO3)2 + KI You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, http://www.stepbystepscience.com
VIII. Properties of solids, liquids, and gases
IX. Describe, define, and perform calculations involving the following basic concepts of thermodynamics
X. Conceptually and quantitatively relate spectroscopic observation of atoms to quantum mechanical theories.
XI. Molecular Bonding and Structure.
Bonds Do NOT Have Energy!
by: The Science Asylum
Chemists will tell you that bonds contain energy. In an episode of SciShow Talk Show (link below), Derek from Veritasium says atoms are bonded because they LOSE energy. Derek is definitely closer to the truth, but we take it a step further in this video.