Here is a suggested list of 90 lectures for an AP Chemistry course. A recommendation of when problem sets should be placed is also included. For a more complete lectureguide see the AP Chemistry Lectureguide on the Chemistry Animations CD from Synaps, 7441 N. Hampton Rd., Lincoln, NE 68506 (402)489-0667.

Lecture Number

Contents

1

Chapter 1: Introduction to Matter

2

Chapter 1: Units of measure/dimensional analysis

 

 

Problem Set #1

3

Chapter 2: History/structure of the atom

4

Chapter 2: Isotopic abundance and nuclear particles

5

Chapter 2: Periodic table and nomenclature

 

 

Problem Set #2

6

Chapter 3: Chemical equations and chemical reactions

7

Chapter 3: Introduction to the mol and Avogadro's number

 

 

Problem Set #3

8

Chapter 3: Stoichiometry and limiting reagents

 

 

Problem Set #4

9

Chapter 3: Solution stoichiometry

 

 

Problem Set #5

10

Chapter 4: Introduction to thermochemistry and definitions of heat, temperature, etc.

11

Chapter 4: Calorimetry at constant pressure and constant volume

 

 

Problem Set #6

12

Chapter 4: Introduction to enthalpy and state functions

13

Chapter 4: Enthalpy of formation and enthalpy of reaction

 

 

Problem Set #7

14

Chapter 5: The periodic table and classification of elements

15

Chapter 5: Some chemical and physical properties of the elements

 

 

Problem Set #8

16

Chapter 6: Introduction to light and wave behavior

17

Chapter 6: Photoelectric effect and the Bohr model of the atom

 

 

Problem Set #9

18

Chapter 6: Quantum mechanics and quantum numbers

19

Chapter 6: Electronic structure of the hydrogen atom

 

 

Problem Set #10

20

Chapter 7: Effective nuclear charge and shielding in multi-electron atoms

21

Chapter 7: Electronic structure of multi-electron atoms and electron configurations

22

Chapter 7: Periodicity in atomic radii, ionization energy and electron affinity

 

 

Problem Set #11

23

Chapter 8: Ionic bonding model and lattice energy

24

Chapter 8: Covalent boning model, electronegativity

25

Chapter 8: Introduction to Lewis structures

 

 

Problem Set #12

26

Chapter 8: Expanded octet, resonance and bond dissociation energy

27

Chapter 8: Oxidation numbers and nomenclature

 

 

Problem Set #13

28

Chapter 9:Introduction to VSEPR

29

Chapter 9: VSEPR, polarity and dipole moments

30

Chapter 9: Sigma and pi bonding

31

Chapter 9: Hybridization

 

 

Problem Set #14

32

Chapter 10: Introduction to gases and atmospheric pressure

33

Chapter 10: Boyle's, Charles' and Avogadro's Law

34

Chapter 10: Ideal gas law

 

 

Problem Set #15

35

Chapter 10: Gaseous stoichiometry and Dalton's Law

36

Chapter 10: Kinetic molecular model of an ideal gas

37

Chapter 10: Effusion, diffusion and real gases

 

 

Problem Set #16

38

Chapter 11: Kinetic molecular model of a liquid and a solid and heating/cooling curves

39

Chapter 11: Introduction to vapor pressure

40

Chapter 11: Clausius-Clapeyron equation

 

 

Problem Set #17

41

Chapter 11: Intermolecular attractive forces

42

Chapter 11: Introduction to solids and cubic unit cells

43

Chapter 11: Closest-packing and ionic solids

 

 

Problem Set #18

44

Review for Exam

45

Review for Exam

Tape Number

Contents

46

Chapter 12: Introduction to Solutions and intermolecular attractive Forces

47

Chapter 12: Intermolecular attractive forces and lattice energies

48

Chapter 12: Concentration: Molarity, molality, mole fraction and weight percent

 

 

Problem Set #19

49

Chapter 12: Colligative properties: vapor pressure and freezing point depression and boiling point elevation

50

Chapter 12: Colligative properties; ionic solutions

51

Chapter 12: Osmotic pressure and colloids

 

 

Problem Set #20

52

Chapter 13: Introduction to chemical kinetics, initial, instantaneous and average rates

53

Chapter 13: Differential rate laws and method of initial rate

 

 

Problem Set #21

54

Chapter 13: Integrate rate law for simple reactions following first order kinetics

55

Chapter 13: Integrate rate law for simple reactions following second order kinetics

 

 

Problem Set #22

56

Chapter 13: Activation energy and the Arrhenius equation

57

Chapter 13: Energy profile diagram and reaction mechanisms

58

Chapter 13: Reaction mechanisms and catalysis

 

 

Problem Set #23

59

Chapter 14: Introduction to chemical equilibrium...macroscopic

60

Chapter 14: Introduction to chemical equilibrium...microscopic

61

Chapter 14: Write equilibrium expressions and deermine equilibrium constants

 

 

Problem Set #24

62

Chapter 14: Calculate the equilibrium concentrations given the equilibrium concstant and the initial concentration of a reactant(s)

63

Chapter 14: Le Chatelier's principle

64

Chapter 14: Temperature dependence of the equilibrium constant and the relationship between equilibrium and rate constants

 

 

Problem Set #25

65

Chapter 15: Define Arrhenius acids and bases and pH

66

Chapter 15: Define Brnsted-Lowry acid and Brnsted-Lowry base

67

Chapter 15: Calculate the equilibrium constatn for a weak acid and base, and calculate the pH of a solution of a weak or weak base

 

 

Problem Set #26

68

Chapter 15: Calculate the pH of a polyprotic acid

69

Chapter 15: Calculate the pH of a salt solution

70

Chapter 15: Discuss the relationship of molecular structure to strength of acid

 

 

Problem Set #27

71

Chapter 16: Introduce common ions systems and calculate their pH

72

Chapter 16: Calculate the pH for points on the titration curve for the neutralization of a strong acid and strong base

73

Chapter 16: Calculate the pH for points on the titration curve for the neutralization of a weak acid and strong base

 

 

Problem Set #28

74

Chapter 16: Introduce buffers and how to calculate the pH of a buffer solution

75

Chapter 16: Calculate the pH of a buffer after adding a strong acid and a strong base

76

Chapter 16: Introduce solubility and solubility product constant

77

Chapter 16: Calculate the solubility of an insoluble salt and predict whether a precipitation will occur when mixing aqueous solutions of soluble salts

 

 

Problem Set #29

78

Chapter 17: Review the first law of thermodynamics, heat of formation and heat of reaction

79

Chapter 17: Introduce the second law of thermodynamics, entropy and entropy of reaction

80

Chapter 17: Free energy, and the importance of enthalpy, entropy and temperature to spontaneity

81

Chapter 17: Free energy at standard and nonstandard conditions

 

 

Problem Set #30

82

Chapter 18: Introduce oxidation, reduction and oxidizing and reducing agents

83

Chapter 18: Balancing oxidation-reduction reaction

84

Chapter 18: Draw voltaic cells, emf and standard cell potentials

 

 

Problem Set #31

85

Chapter 18: Calculate EŻ and relate EŻ to spontaneity

86

Chapter 18: Application of the Nernst equation

87

Chapter 18: Discuss electrochemical reactions in batteries and corrosion

 

 

Problem Set #32

88

Chapter 18: Electrochemical reaction in the chemical industry

89

Chapter 18: Quantitative applications in electrolysis reactions

 

 

Problem Set #33

90

Review for Exam