標題: [新修] 化學(一)-96學年度
Chemistry I
作者: Henryk Witek
Open Education Office
開放教育推動中心
公開日期: 2007
摘要: 課程首頁   本課程是由交通大學應用化學系提供。   General chemistry explores chemical phenomena in terms of atomic models and quantum mechanics, including the formation of chemical bonds, the shape of atoms, three states of matter, and thermal equilibrium.   In this semester, we will talk about the history of atomic models; introduce particles and particle dualism, and the quantum theory in embryo; learn about the difference between classical dynamic equations and Schrödinger equation along with the simplest examples of Schrödinger equation; and derive the hydrogen atom’s energy level through Schrödinger equation. Then we’ll move on to topics like wave functions and the orbital of hydrogen atoms, the periodic chart and the electronic configuration of chemical elements, and periodicity of the elements, etc. In chapter 2, we first introduce the forming of ionic bonds, the idea of how to build Lewis Structure, and exceptions to the octet rule and chemical bond properties. Chapter 3 is an introduction to valence-shell electron pair repulsion theory (VSEPR), valence-bond theory and molecular orbital theory. We hope students can thus establish a solid foundation of chemical knowledge after taking this course.
課程目標/概述   General chemistry explores chemical phenomena in terms of atomic models and quantum mechanics, including the formation of chemical bonds, the shape of atoms, the three states of substance, and thermal equilibrium. General chemistry is the main fundamental course for chemistry and other related majors in university. The course objective is to build up students’ knowledge about substances and their reactions. Through these courses, we lay down for students of chemistry and other related departments a fine groundwork for their specialized studies in the future. The lecture will closely follow the textbook.   課程章節   章節 內容 Chapter 1 Atoms:The Quantum World Chapter 2 Chemical Bond Chapter 3 Molecular Shape and Structure Chapter 4 The Properties of Gases Chapter 5 Liquids and Solids Chapter 6 Thermodynamics:The First Law Chapter 7 Thermodynamics:The Second and Third Laws   課程書目  Chemical Principles:The Quest for Insight,Atkins,Peter,and Loretta Jones.,W.H. Freeman and Company (2004,4rd.) 評分標準   項目 百分比 期中考 40% 期末考 40% 小考 20%  
授課對象:Freshman
預備知識:Basic Chemistry
URI: http://ocw.nctu.edu.tw/course_detail.php?bgid=1&nid=530
http://hdl.handle.net/11536/132448
顯示於類別:開放式課程


文件中的檔案:

  1. Chapter 1 The Quantum World1-1 The Nuclear Atom.mp4
  2. 1-2 The Characteristics of Electromagnetic Radiation1-3 Atomic Spectra.mp4
  3. 1-4 Radiation, Quanta, and Photons1-5 The Wave-Particle Duality of Matter1-6 The Uncertainty Principle1-7 Wavefunctions and Energy Levels.mp4
  4. 1-8 The Principle Quantum Number1-9 Atomic Orbitals1-10 Electron Spin1-11 The Electronic Structure of Hydrogen.mp4
  5. 1-12 Orbital Energies1-13 The Building-Up Principle1-14 Electronic Structure and the Periodic Table (1/2).mp4
  6. 1-12 Orbital Energies 1-13 The Building-Up Principle1-14 Electronic Structure and the Periodic Table (2/2) .mp4
  7. Chapter 2 Chemical Bonds2-1 The Ions That Elements Form2-2 Lewis Symbols2-3 The Energetics of Ionic Bond Formation2-4 Interactions Between Ions.mp4
  8. 2-5 Lewis Structure2-6 Lewis Structure for Polyatomic Species2-7 Resonance 2-8 Formal Charge (1/2).mp4
  9. 2-5 Lewis Structure2-6 Lewis Structure for Polyatomic Species2-7 Resonance 2-8 Formal Charge (2/2).mp4
  10. 2-9 Radicals and Biradicals2-10 Expanded Valence Shells2-11The Unusual Structures of Some Group.mp4
  11. Chapter 3 Molecular Shape and Structure3-1 The Basic VSEPR Model.mp4
  12. 3-2 Molecules with Lone Pairs on the Central Atom3-3 Polar Molecules.mp4
  13. 3-4 Sigma and Pi Bonds3-5 Electron Promotion and the Hybridization of Orbitals3-6 Other Common Types of Hybridization3-7 Characteristics of Multiple Bonds.mp4
  14. 3-8 The Limitations of Lewiss Theory3-9 Molecular Orbitals3-10 The Electron Configurations of Diatomic Molecules3-11 Bonding in Heteronucleat Diatomic Molecules3-12 Orbitals in Polyatomic Molecules.mp4
  15. Chapter 4 The Properties of Gases4-1 Observing Gases4-2 Pressure4-3 Alternative Units of Pressure.mp4
  16. 4-4 The Experimental Observeations4-5 Applications of the Ideal Gas Law4-6 Gas Density4-7 The Stoichiometry of Reacting Gases4-8 Mixtures of Gases.mp4
  17. 4-9 Diffusion and Effusion4-10 The Kinetic Model of Gases4-11 The Maxwell Distribution of Speeds.mp4
  18. 4-12 Deviations from Ideality4-13 The Liquefactin of Gases4-14 Equations of State of Real Gases.mp4
  19. Chapter 5 Liquids and Solids5-1 The Fprmation of Condensed Phases5-2 Ion-Dipole Forces5-3 Dipole-Dipole Forces.mp4
  20. 5-3 Dipole-Dipole Forces5-4 London Forces5-5 Hydrogen Bonding.mp4
  21. 5-6 Order in Liquids5-7 Viscosity and Surface Tension.mp4
  22. 5-8 Classification of Solids5-9 Molecular Solids.mp4
  23. 5-9 Molecular Solids5-10 Network Solid.mp4
  24. 5-11 Metallic Solids5-12 Unit Cells5-13 Ionic Structures.mp4
  25. 5-14 The Properties of Solids5-15 Alloys.mp4
  26. 5-16 Liuid Crystals5-17 Ionic Liquids.mp4
  27. Chapter 6 Thermodynamics:The First Law6-1 Systems6-2 Work and Energy6-3 Expansion Work6-4 Heat6-5 The Measurement of Heat.mp4
  28. 6-6 The First Law 6-7 A Molecular Interlude:The Origin of Internal Energy.mp4
  29. 6-8 Heat Transfers at Constant Pressure6-9 Heat Capacities at Constant Volume and Constant Pressure.mp4
  30. 6-10 A Molecular Interlude:The Origin of the Heat Capacities of Gases6-11 The Enthalpy of Physical Change6-12 Heating CurvesChapter 7 Thermodynamics:The Second and Third Laws7-1 Spontaneous Change7-2 Entropy and.mp4
  31. 7-4 Entropy Changes Accompanying Changes in Physical State7-5 A Molecular Interpretation of Entropy7-6 The Equivalence of Statistical and Thermodynamic Entropies7-7 Standard Molar Entropies7-8 Standard Reaction E.mp4