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Analytical Chemistry Videos

Price: $20/mo

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Instructor: David Tompkins


Videos for Introduction to Analytical Chemistry Course.

Videos Included:

1. Acid-Base: Electrolytic Compounds

2. Acid-Base: Leveling Effect

3. Acid-Base: Mass Balance

4. Acid-Base: Charge Balance

5. Acid-Base: Systematic Treatment of Equilibria

6. Acid-Base: Weak Monoprotic Equilibria

7. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Titration Curve

8. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Initial pH

9. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Buffer Region

10. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Equivalence Point

11. Acid-Base Monoprotic Titration I: Beyond Equivalence Point

12. Acid-Base: Fraction of Association & Dissociation (Monoprotic)

13. Acid-Base: Diprotic Equilibria H2A

14. Acid-Base: Diprotic Equilibria Na2A

15. Acid-Base Diprotic Equilibria NaHA (Isoionic & Isoelectric Equations)

16. Mass and Charge Balance: Treatment of Equilibria

17. Acid-Base: Determining Keq & Autoprotolysis

18. Acid-Base: Determining Keq (Monoprotic)

19. Acid-Base: Determining Keq (Polyprotic)

20. Polyprotic Acid-Base Titrations and Fractional Composition

21. Amino Acids: Polyprotic Acids and Equilibria

22. Amino Acids: Structure, Titrations, Buffers, and Ion-Exchange Chromatography

23. Separations: Liquid-Liquid Extraction Concepts

24. Separations: Liquid-Liquid Extraction Calculations

25. Separations: Distribution of Weak Organic Acids Concepts

26. Separations: Distribution of Weak Organic Acids Calculations

27. Separations: Distribution of Weak Organic Bases Concepts

28. Separations: Distribution of Weak Organic Bases Calculations

29. Separations: Distribution of Aqueous Mixtures

30. Separations: Intro to Open-Tubular Chromatography

31. Separations: Intro to Packed Column Chromatography

32. Separations: The Chromatogram

33. Separations: Partition Coefficient, Retention Factor, Separation Factor, and Relative Retention

34. Separations: Problem Solving with Partition Coefficient, Retention Factor, and Relative Retention

35. Separations: Intro to Resolution, Efficiency, and Plate Theory

36. Separations: The Van Deemter Equation

37. Separations: Van Deemter Plot & Calculations

38. Separations: Overloading (Fronting) & Tailing

39. Separations: Gaussian Peaks & Baseline Resolution

40. Separations: Column Efficiency & Calculations

41. Separations: Modes of Chromatography

42. Liquid Chromatography: Ion-Exchange, Affinity, and Size-Exclusion

43. Separations: LC General Elution Problem & Isocratic vs. Gradient Elution

44. Separations: GC Overview

45. Separations: GC General Elution Problem & Temperature Programming

46. Separations GC & Kovat's Retention Index

47. Separations: Detection Sensitivity, Linear Range, and LOD

48. Separations: GC Detectors

49. Internal Standards

50. Separations: Capillary Electrophoresis Setup

51. Separations: Capillary Electrophoresis: An Inside Look

52. Separations: Capillary Electrophoresis: Electroosmosis & Electrophoresis

53. Separations: Capillary Electrophoresis: Calculations

54. Separations: Capillary Electrophoresis: Plate Theory & Efficiency

55. Spectroscopy: EM Radiation

56. Spectroscopy: Energy, Wavelength, and Frequency Calculations

57. Spectroscopy: EM Spectrum & Transitions

58. Spectroscopy: Atomic vs. Molecular

59. Spectroscopy: Jablonski Diagram

60. Spectroscopy: Absorbance Experiments I

61. Spectroscopy: Absorbance Experiments II

62. Spectroscopy: Absorbance Block Diagram

63. Spectroscopy: Double Beam Spectrophotometer & Stray Light

64. Spectroscopy: Beer's Law Problem Solving

65. Spectroscopy: Acid-Base Indicators & Beer's Law

66. Spectroscopy: Absorbance & Linear Regression

67. Spectroscopy: Luminescence Block Diagram

68. Spectroscopy: Photomultiplier Tube Concepts

69. Molecular Spectroscopy: Absorption-Emission Spectra, Stoke's Shift, and Excited States

70. Standard Addition

71. Spectroscopy: Signal to Noise

72. Spectroscopy: Snell's Law & Refractive Index

73. Spectroscopy: Spectrophotometric Titrations

74. Electrochemistry: Vocabulary of Redox

75. Electrochemistry: Oxidation States

76. Electrochemistry: Balancing Aqueous Redox Reactions

77. Electrochemistry: Voltaic Cell

78. Electrochemistry: Standard Reduction Potentials

79. Electrochemistry: Mathematical Concepts

80. Electrochemistry: Electrochemistry Problem Solving

81. Electrochemistry: Equilibrium, Free Energy, and Potential

82. Electrochemistry: Nernst Equation Calculations I

83. Electrochemistry: Nernst Equation Calculations II

84. Electrochemistry: Relating Ksp and Potential

85. Electrochemistry: Intro to Potentiometry

86. Electrochemistry: Standard Hydrogen Electrode

87. Electrochemistry: Silver/Silver Chloride Electrode

88. Electrochemistry: Saturated Calomel Electrode & Reference Scales

89. Electrochemistry: Junction Potential

90. Electrochemistry: Ion-Selective Electrodes



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