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Links to AUS-e-TUTE Tutorial Topics for Non-Members

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The tutorial links below are arranged under the headings:

Free AUS-e-TUTE Chemistry Tutorials for Non-Members

Introduction to Chemistry

Problem Solving Skills

Practical Skills

Maths for Chemistry Students

Writing Numbers in Chemistry

Converting Units of Measurement

Classification of Matter

Chemical Reactions

Chemical Formula

Also see Nomenclature of Organic Compounds

Also see Name and Formula (Introduction to Inorganic Compounds)

Also see Ligands and Complex Ions

Chemical Equations

Stoichiometry (Chemical Calculations)

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Organic (Carbon) Chemistry

IUPAC Nomenclature of Aliphatic Compounds (IUPAC Naming)

Hydrocarbon Nomenclature

Aldehyde Nomenclature

Ketone Nomenclature

Alcohol Nomenclature

Haloalkane (alkyl halide) Nomenclature

Carboxylic acids Nomenclature

Esters Nomenclature

Nitrile Nomenclature

Amine Nomenclature

Amide Nomenclature

Molecules with different functional groups

Isomers (aliphatic compounds)

Stereoisomers

Cis-Trans (Geometric Isomers)

Optical Isomers

Reactions (aliphatic compounds)

Classification of Organic Reactions (introduction)

(i) Substitution and Addition Reactions

(ii) Elimination Reactions

(iii) Oxidation Reactions

(iv) Reduction Reactions

(v) Polymerisation Reactions

Organic Synthesis

Properties and Uses (aliphatic compounds)

Aromatic Compounds

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Biochemistry (Biological Chemistry)

Biomolecules

Biochemical Reactions

Applications

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Inorganic Chemistry (Chemistry of Elements other than Carbon)

Periodic Table

Structure of the Periodic Table

Trends in Properties of the Elements

Trends Within Groups of the Periodic Table

Trends Within Periods of the Periodic Table

Introduction to Naming Inorganic Compounds

Transition Metal Chemistry

Solid-State Chemistry

Crystallography

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Physical Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Atomic Structure

Ground State Electronic Configuation
(Ground State Electron Configuration)

Isotopes

Nuclear Decay

Applications of Isotopes and Radiation

Bonding

Gas Laws

Thermochemistry (Energy)

Introduction to thermochemical concepts

Calculating Enthalpy Change of Reactions using tabulated data

Calorimetry: Measuring Enthalpy Change of Reactions Experimentally

Solution Calorimetry (cup calorimeter)

Heat of Combustion

Calorimetry (adiabatic, electrical)

Applications

Thermodynamics

Chemical Kinetics

Electrochemistry

also see Metallurgy and Industrial Chemistry sections below

Equilibrium

Theory and Concepts

Law of Chemical Equilibrium

Applying the Law of Chemical Equilibrium

Law of Chemical Equilibrium Applications: Biological

Law of Chemical Equilibrium Applications: Industrial

Law of Chemical Equilibrium Applications: Solubility

Acids and Bases (application of equilibrium)

Acid and Base Concepts

pH After Dilution of Acids or Bases

pH after Mixing Acids

Conjugate Acids and Bases

Acid and Base Reactions

Acid-Base Equilibrium Applications

see also Acid-Base Titrations, Volumetric Analysis, below

Solutions

Concepts of Solutions

Calculating Concentration of Solutions

Properties of Solutions

Surface Chemistry

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Analytical Chemistry

Gas Tests

Gravimetric Analysis


(See also applications of equilibrium: solubility)

Volumetric Analysis (Titrations)

Acid-Base Indicators

Acid - Base Titrations (direct titrations)

Back Titrations (indirect titrations)

Conductometric Titrations

REDOX Titrations

Complexometric Titrations

Precipitation Titrations

Instrumental Techniques

Determination of Structure

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Environmental Chemistry

Atmosphere

Water

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Industrial Chemistry

Polymers

Addition Polymerisation

Production of Polyethene (polyethylene)

Production of Polvinyl chloride (PVC)

Polystyrene

Polytetrafluoroethene

Polypropene (polypropylene)

Condensation Polymerisation

Polyesters

Production of Polyamides (nylons)

Nanotechnology

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