**General Chemistry - Kinetics And Rate Laws**

Last updated 6/2022

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General Chemistry - Kinetics, Rate Laws, and the Rate of a Reaction

What you'll learn

Understand chemical kinetics, reaction rates, and rate laws.

Learn how to calculate the instantaneous and average reaction rate.

Recognize and use the the two types of rate laws in Chemistry.

How to find the form of the rate law using the method of initial rates.

Calculate and report the differential rate law, and convert it to the corresponding integrated rate law.

Determine the 1st order, 2nd order, and Zero-order integrated rate law.

Examples of how to calculate the half-life of a 1st, 2nd, or Zero order reaction.

Understanding of reaction mechanisms, reaction intermediates, elementary steps and molecularity.

Learn the collision model for chemical kinetics. Collision frequency, activation energy, and the Arrhenius Equation.

Understand pseudo 1st order rate laws.

Requirements

Basic Mathematics and a Willingness to Learn Chemistry

Description

GENERAL CHEMISTRY - Chemical Kinetics and Rate Laws. This course covers all you need to know about kinetics, reaction rates, and rate laws. We will discuss instantaneous reaction rates, average reaction rates, the differential rate law, the integrated rate law, and the method of initial rates to determine the form of the rate law.We will also cover the 1st-order, 2nd-order, and zero-order integrated rate laws, and the half-life of reactions. Lastly, we'll discuss reaction mechanisms, the Arrhenius equation, and the collision model for chemical kinetics.12-1 – Introduction to Kinetics12-2 – Reaction Rates - Instantaneous Reaction Rates - Average Reaction RatesRuntime: 18:29============12-4 – Rate Laws12-5 – Types of Rate Laws - The Differential Rate Law - The Integrated Rate LawRuntime: 12:49============12-6 – Determining the Form of the Rate Law - The Method of Initial Rates12-9 – Determining a Differential Rate LawRuntime: 13:28============12-10 – The Integrated Rate Law12-10 – The First-Order Integrated Rate Law - The Half-Life of a First-Order ReactionRuntime: 16:16============12-13 – The Second-Order Integrated Rate Law - The Half-Life of a Second-Order Reaction12-16 – The Zero-Order Integrated Rate Law - The Half-Life of a Zero-Order ReactionRuntime: 13:01============12-16 – Reaction Mechanisms - Mechanisms - Reaction Intermediates - Elementary Steps and Molecularity - Unimolecular Reactions, Bimolecular Reactions, and Termolecular Reactions - The Rate-Determining StepRuntime: 11:43============12-19 – The Collision Model for Chemical Kinetics - Collision Frequency - Activation Energy - Molecular Orientations of Colliding Reactants12-21 – The Arrhenius EquationRuntime: 16:12============12-22 – Catalysis - Catalyzed Pathways vs. Uncatalyzed Pathways12-23 – Integrated Rate Laws for Reactions with More than One Reactant - Pseudo First-Order Rate LawsRuntime: 9:24

Overview

Section 1: Lecture #1 - Introduction to Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Rates

Lecture 1 Introduction to Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Rates

Section 2: Lesson #2 - Rate Laws: the Differential Rate Law and the Integrated Rate Law

Lecture 2 Rate Laws: the Differential Rate Law and the Integrated Rate Law

Section 3: Lesson #3 - Determine the Form of the Rate Law - The Method of Initial Rates

Lecture 3 Determine the Form of the Rate Law - The Method of Initial Rates

Section 4: Lesson #4 - The First-Order Integrated Rate Law

Lecture 4 The First-Order Integrated Rate Law

Section 5: Lesson #5 - 2nd-Order Integrated Rate Laws, and Zero-Order Integrated Rate Laws

Lecture 5 Second-Order Integrated Rate Laws, and Zero-Order Integrated Rate Laws

Section 6: Lesson #6 - Reaction Mechanisms in Kinetics: Elementary Steps and Molecularity

Lecture 6 Reaction Mechanisms in Kinetics: Elementary Steps and Molecularity

Section 7: Lesson #7 - The Collision Model for Chemical Kinetics

Lecture 7 The Collision Model for Chemical Kinetics

Section 8: Lesson #8 - Catalysis; Pseudo First-Order Rate Laws

Lecture 8 Catalysis; Pseudo First-Order Rate Laws

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