Physical Chemistry Rapid Learning Series includes:
RL108 - Physical Chemistry Visually in 24 Hours
Course Desciption: This visual series is designed for anyone whose major is either physical science, life science or engineering. Not self-learned, you will be taught each and every physical chemistry topic, visually and rapidly. This course is constructed to meet most mainstream textbooks and university curricula with focus on core concepts and problem solving. To get you prepared, the tutorial series starts out with the easy review of chemistry, physics and math required for physical chemistry. The first part of this course will cover the laws of thermodynamics, equilibirum, phases, electrochemistry, biochemical thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, electronic structure, symmetry, group theory and statistical mechanics. The second part of the course will study molecular spectroscopy, kinetics and dynamics, solid state chemistry and the guide to the lab.
This rich-media course is specifically designed for immersion study with intensity, one hour per chapter with the total of 24 chapters. Master this hard subject with expert narration in an easy-to-follow system. Instead of reading the static texts yourself slowly, let our professors teach you visually and rapidly.
Study Guide: For a free chapter-by-chapter content study guide, download and print our Physical Chemistry Course Guidebook (56-page eBook in downloadable PDF).
For Whom: Students who are either currently taking physical chemistry or to learn this subject at self-paced. This is speficially for students who are having difficulty with the class now and need a premium supplement for quick turn-around via rich-media learning.
Pre-requisite: College Chemistry (RL103), College Physics (RL301) and College Calculus (RL411)
Core Unit 1 – The Foundation
Core Unit 2 – Thermodynamics and Equilibrium
Core Unit 3 – Quantum Mechanics
Core Unit 4 – Molecular Spectroscopy
Core Unit 5 – Kinetics and Dynamics
Core Unit 6 – Physical Chemistry Experiments
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