## CHEM 1050-Chemistry and the Citizen Podcasts

Since there is some course material overlap between CHEM 1050 and CHEM 1090, some podcasts will work for both courses. If you are viewing a podcast and you see “CHEM 1090" or “General Chemistry I" in the title, don’t panic! I’m using it for both courses.

### Calculators and Scientific Notation

• Scientific Notation: TI-30XA Calculator (3m24s, 3/22/2011)

• Scientific Notation: TI-30X IIS Calculator (5m37s, 12/11/2011)

• Scientific Notation: TI-30XS MultiView Calculator (6m47s, 3/22/2011)

• Scientific Notation: TI-34 MultiView Calculator (5m17s, 12/13/2011)

• Scientific Notation: TI-84 Plus Calculator (5m54s, 3/22/2011)

• Scientific Notation: Casio fx-300MS Calculator (5m12s, 3/22/2011)

• Scientific Notation: Sharp EL-W516 WriteView Calculator (6m11s, 3/22/2011)

### Chapter 2-Chemistry and Measurements

• Significant Figures: Introduction (10m44s, 1/7/2011)

• Dimensional Analysis: Introduction (8m45s, 12/23/2014)

• Dimensional Analysis: Basic Conversions-Centimeters to Meters (10m3s, 12/22/2014)

• Dimensional Analysis: Basic Conversions-Inches to Centimeters (6m33s, 12/22/2014)

• Dimensional Analysis: Distance from Speed and Time (12m43s, 12/23/2014)

• Dimensional Analysis: How to Correctly Show Your Work (12m43s, 12/24/2014)

This takes the previous podcast, "Dimensional Analysis: Distance from Speed and Time", and demonstrates a couple of alternate ways you can show your work. I also demonstrate an incorrect way to show your work and explain why it's wrong.

• Dimensional Analysis: Converting from Seconds to Solar Years (4m49s, 12/26/2014)

• Dimensional Analysis: Converting from Cubic Inches to Cubic Centimeters (7m18s, 12/24/2014)

• Significant Figures: Uncertainty and Statistics (11m33s, 7/17/2011)

### Chapter 3-Matter and Energy

• Calorimetry: Cooling a Can of Soda (7m26s, 1/16/2011)

• Energy: Caloric Content of a Food (6m27s, 1/16/2011)

### Chapter 6-Ionic and Molecular Compounds

Some of the spoken comments in these podcasts are for my CHEM 1090 students. For my CHEM 1050 students, I will let you know if the compound is ionic or molecular.

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Introduction (7m26s, 11/27/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Binary Molecular Compounds (9m28s, 11/28/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Charges of Main Group Monatomic Ions (11m0s, 11/28/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Naming Main Group Monatomic Ions (4m21s, 11/29/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Naming Main Group Binary Ionic Compounds (5m4s, 11/29/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Writing Main Group Binary Ionic Formulae (9m50s, 11/29/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Binary Ionic Formulae Using Transition Metals (9m36s, 11/29/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Naming Transition Metal Binary Ionic Formulae (7m6s, 11/30/2014)

• Inorganic Nomenclature: Compounds with Polyatomic Ions (10m56s, 12/6/2014)

### Chapter 7-Chemical Quantities and Reactions

• The Mole: Magnitude (7m1s, 1/2/2015)

• The Mole: How to Calculate Molar Mass (10m25s, 1/8/2015)

• The Mole: Convert from Mass to Moles (4m34s, 1/8/2015)

• The Mole: Convert from Moles to Mass (2m43s, 1/8/2015)

• Mass and Mole Relationships in Chemical Formulae (5m56s, 2/13/2011)

• Stoichiometry: Production of Urea (11m11s, 1/23/2011)### Chapter 8-Gases

• Gas Laws: Changing Pressure, Volume, and Temperature (8m58s, 12/13/2014)

• Gas Laws: Changing Pressure and Volume (6m17s, 12/23/2014)

• Gas Laws: Changing Volume and Temperature (7m37s, 12/14/2014)

• Gas Laws: Temperature Units (3m22s, 12/14/2014)

This one starts from the results of the previous podcast, "Gas Laws: Changing Volume and Temperature", and looks at the temperature units.

• Gas Laws: The Ideal Gas Law (7m37s, 12/15/2014)

• The Ideal Gas Law: Standard Molar Volume (10m57s, 12/14/2014)

• The Ideal Gas Law: Calculating Pressure (5m49s, 12/23/2014)

• The Ideal Gas Law: Calculating Temperature (6m55s, 12/17/2014)

### Chapter 9-Solutions

• Solution Units: Molarity From Mass and Volume (6m42s, 2/20/2011)

• Solution Units: Mass From Molarity and Volume (5m10s, 2/20/2011)

• Solution Units: Dilution (6m1s, 2/20/2011)

• Solution Units: %w/v or %m/v (5m19s, 2/20/2011)