WGU Chemistry Last updated Save as PDF Page ID143517 1: Introduction - The Ambit of Chemistry1.1: Prelude to Chemistry1.2: What Chemists Do1.3: Handling Large and Small Numbers1.4: The International System of Units (SI)1.5: SI Prefixes1.6: Measurements, Quantities, and Unity FactorsMeasurements, Quantities, and Unity Factors Lecture Demonstrations1.7: Errors in MeasurementErrors in Measurement Lecture Demonstrations1.8: Volume1.9: DensityDensity Lecture Demonstrations1.10: Conversion Factors and Functions2: Using Chemical Equations in Calculations2.1: Prelude to Chemical Equations2.2: Equations and Mass RelationshipsAtom Efficiency and the 2006 Presidential Green Chemistry AwardA Challenge to Chemical StoichiometryHydrogen Powered Bicycles "Run on Water"Lecture DemonstrationsLet's Cook!Metabolism of Dietary SugarWhy Fats Don't Add Up on Food Nutrition Labels2.3: The Limiting ReagentAnthropology and Protein StoichiometryGrilled Cheese Sandwiches and OmeletsGunpowder StoichiometryLecture DemonstrationsProtein NutritionRocket PropellantsSodium Silicide Fueled BicyclesTSP, Ecological Stoichiometry, and Algal BloomsUsing the Acid Test to Distinguish the Minerals in "Calomine"2.4: Percent YieldSynthesis of Biodiesel FuelVegetable Oil Hydrogenation, Trans Fats, and Percent Yield2.5: Analysis of CompoundsBurning or Metabolizing Fats and Sugars2.6: Thermochemistry2.7: Energy2.8: Thermochemical EquationsEnergy from Fats and SugarsGasHeat Engine at Lost CityWeight of Food and Energy Production2.9: Hess' LawAerobic vs Anaerobic Energy in ExerciseAnaerobic Fermentation in Beer and Lactic Acid in MusclesCarbide CannonFat vs. Sugar MetabolismHeating Values of Various FuelsIron and its Ores2.10: Standard Enthalpies of FormationCalculating the Heat Released by Serpentinization in the "Lost City"Energy in a MarshmallowMuscle Energy from ATP2.11: Solution ConcentrationsDetermining Safe Mercury Concentrations in Drinking WaterDetermining Water Purity via Biological Oxygen DemandLecture DemonstrationLow Glycemic Index Foods and Blood Glucose ConcentrationSolution Concentrations and Cells2.12: Diluting and Mixing Solutions2.13: Titrations3: The Structure of Atoms3.1: Prelude to Atomic Structure3.2: Groups of Related Elements3.3: The Periodic Table3.4: Valence3.5: Exceptions to the Periodic Law3.6: Implications of Periodicity for Atomic Theory3.7: The Nuclear Atom3.8: Radiation3.9: The ElectronThe Electron Lecture Demonstrations3.10: The Nucleus3.11: Atomic Structure and Isotopes3.12: Isotopes3.13: Transmutation and RadioactivityLecture Demonstrations3.14: Average Atomic WeightsModel Mass Spectrometer3.15: Measurement of Atomic Weights4: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions4.1: Prelude to Exponential and Logarithmic Functions4.2: Exponential Functions4.3: Graphs of Exponential Functions4.4: Logarithmic Functions4.5: Graphs of Logarithmic Functions4.6: Logarithmic Properties4.7: Exponential and Logarithmic Equations4.8: Exponential and Logarithmic Models4.9: Fitting Exponential Models to Data 1: Introduction - The Ambit of Chemistry2: Using Chemical Equations in Calculations3: The Structure of Atoms4: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions