More Lessons for High School Chemistry
This is a series of lectures in videos covering topics in General Chemistry. They are conducted by Dr. Chuck Wight who teaches chemistry at the University of Utah.
This General Chemistry lecture presents several applications of electrochemistry including electrometallurgy, electrorefining, fuel cells and electrochemical measurements of equilibrium constants and pH.
Transition Metal Complexes
This General Chemistry lecture covers the formation, bonding and structural isomers of complexes formed by transition metal ions with ligands in aqueous solution.
Electronic Structure of Coordination Complexes
This General Chemistry lecture covers the electronic structure of transition metal complexes, starting with the simple Crystal Field Theory, covering the spectrochemical series of ligands, high-spin and low-spin complexes, magnetic properties of compounds, and finally the Ligand Field Theory of bonding in complexes.
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