Lecture 1: Atomic Theory of Matter
Lecture 2: Discovery of Nucleus
Lecture 3: Wave-Particle Duality of Radiation and Matter
Lecture 4: Particle-Like Nature of Light
Lecture 5: Matter as a Wave
Lecture 6: Schrödinger Equation for H Atom
Lecture 7: Hydrogen Atom Wavefunctions
Lecture 8: P Orbitals
Lecture 9: Electronic Structure of Multielectron Atoms
Lecture 10: Periodic Trends in Elemental Properties
Lecture 11: Why Wavefunctions are Important
Lecture 12: Ionic Bonds ‑ Classical Model and Mechanism
Lecture 13: Kinetic Theory ‑ Behavior of Gases
Lecture 14: Distribution Molecular Energies
Lecture 15: Internal Degrees of Freedom
Lecture 16: Intermolecular Interactions
Lecture 17: Polarizability
Lecture 18: Thermodynamics and Spontaneous Change
Lecture 19: Molecular Description of Acids and Bases
Lecture 20: Lewis and Brønsted Acid-Base Concepts
Lecture 21: Titration Curves and pH Indicators
Lecture 22: Electrons in Chemistry: Redox Processes
Lecture 23: Cell Potentials and Free Energy
Lecture 24: Theory of Molecular Shapes
Lecture 25: Valence Bond Theory
Lecture 26: Molecular Orbital Theory
Lecture 27: Molecular Orbital Theory for Diatomic Molecules
Lecture 28: Molecular Orbital Theory for Polyatomic Molecules
Lecture 29: Crystal Field Theory
Lecture 30: Crystal Field Theory (cont.)
Lecture 31: Color and Magnetism of Coordination Complexes
Lecture 32: Coordination Complexes and Ligands
Lecture 33: Ligand Substitution Reactions: Kinetics
Lecture 34: Bonding in Metals and Semiconductors
Lecture 35: Nuclear Chemistry and the Cardiolite Story

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