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  • Course Description

    Webcast Lecture series including stoichiometry of chemical reactions, chemical bonding, the elements, periodic table, real and ideal gases, thermochemistry, introduction to thermodynamics and equilibrium, quantum mechanical description of atoms, acid-base and solubility equilibria, introduction to oxidation-reduction reactions, introduction to chemical kinetics.

    About Angelica Stacy

    Professor, born 1955; B.A. LaSalle College (1977); Ph.D. Cornell University (1981); Postdoctoral Fellow, Northwestern University (1981-1983); DuPont Teaching Award, Department of Chemistry, Cornell University (1978); Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences Clark Teaching Award (1979); Rohm and Haas Summer Faculty Fellowship, 1984; National Science Foundation Presidential Young Investigator (1984-1989); Prytanean Society Faculty Enrichment Award, 1986; Exxon Fellowship for Solid State Chemistry, 1987; Sloan Foundation Fellowship (1988-1990); Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (1988); Distinguished Teaching Award, University of California (1991), Faculty Award for Women Scientists and Engineers, National Science Foundation (1991); Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Technology Transfer Certification of Merit (1991); President's Chair for Teaching, University of California (1993-1996); Francis P. Garvan-John M. Olin Medal, American Chemical Society (1994), Catalyst Award, Chemical Manufacturers Association (1995); The Donald Sterling Noyce Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (1996); Iota Sigma Pi Award for Professional Excellence (1996); James Flack Norris Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Chemistry (1998).

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    School
    Berkeley

    Course Code
    Chemistry C234

    Date Taught
    Fall 2012

    Level
    Undergraduate (First Year)
  • Course consists of three hours of lecture and one hour of discussion per week.   Prerequisites: High school chemistry recommended.  Prerequisites and discussion period applicable to students of Berkeley University only.  Stoichiometry of chemical reactions, quantum mechanical description of atoms, the elements and periodic table, chemical bonding, real and ideal gases, thermochemistry, introduction to thermodynamics and equilibrium, acid-base and solubility equilibria, introduction to oxidation-reduction reactions, introduction to chemical kinetics.
  • Lectures
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 1 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 2 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 3 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 4 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 5 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 6 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 7 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 8 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 9 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 10 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 11 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 12 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 13 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 14 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 15 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 16 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 17 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 18 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 19 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 20 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 21 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 22 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 23 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 24 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 25 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 26 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 27 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 28 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 29 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 30 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 31 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 32 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 33 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 34 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 35 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 36 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 37 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 38 Fall 2012View
    Chemistry 1A- Prof. Angela Stacey - Lecture 39 Fall 2012View
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