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intermediate
  • 21 Classes
  • 89.43 Minutes
  • 1 Students
  • intermediate

The Balancing Redox Reactions course provides a comprehensive understanding of the principles and techniques involved in bala..

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  •  Define and differentiate between oxidation and reduction in chemical reactions.
  •  Understand oxidation states and their role in assigning electron transfers.
  •  Apply the half-reaction method and the oxidation number method to balance redox equations.
  •  Balance redox reactions in acidic, basic, and neutral solutions.
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intermediate
  • 13 Classes
  • 91.03000000000002 Minutes
  • 2 Students
  • intermediate

The pH Fundamentals and Applications course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of pH, its significance in v..

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What learn
  •  Describe the concept of pH and its relevance in both the areas of chemistry and everyday life.
  •  Describe the pH scale, ranging from acidic to alkaline/basic, and comprehend the significance of pH values in characte...
  •  Discuss Popular pH Indicators
  •  Discuss the Factors that can influence pH readings.
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intermediate
  • 0 Classes
  • 0 Minutes
  • 5 Students
  • intermediate

This examination, focusing on CHE 213: CHEMISTRY PRACTICAL III with a credit unit of 1, provides an opportunity for students..

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intermediate
  • 9 Classes
  • 77.95 Minutes
  • 0 Students
  • intermediate

Redox titrations are a crucial analytical chemistry technique used to determine the concentration of a substance by measuring..

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  • Explain the role of potassium permanganate (KMnO4) as an oxidizing agent in Redox titrations and its characteristic colo...
  • Calculate the molarity of analytes (e.g., Fe(II) ammonium tetraoxosulphate (VI) or sodium dioxonitrate (III)) using titr...
  • Describe the redox reaction between iodine and sodium thiosulfate (Na₂S₂O₃·5H₂O) in Redox titrations.
  • Calculate the molarity of iodine or other analytes based on titration results involving sodium thiosulfate.
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intermediate
  • 7 Classes
  • 48.120000000000005 Minutes
  • 1 Students
  • intermediate

The Balancing Redox Reactions course provides a comprehensive understanding of the principles and techniques involved in bala..

  • Free
  • No Rating

  • (0 Reviews)
What learn
  •  Define and differentiate between oxidation and reduction in chemical reactions.
  •  Understand oxidation states and their role in assigning electron transfers.
  •  Apply the half-reaction method and the oxidation number method to balance redox equations.
  •  Balance redox reactions in acidic, basic, and neutral solutions.