1.1 Scientific Method
1.2 Measurement and Significant Figures Part I
1.3 Measurement and Significant Figures Part II
1.4 Energy Part I
1.5 Energy Part II
1.6 [DEMO] Physical Change
1.7 [DEMO] Chemical Change
Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions
Enhance knowledge, and get prepared to study Chemistry further with this interesting Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions online course.
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Self study
Mode of Delivery Video and Text Based
Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions certification is a beginner-level programme requiring only 17 hours that is conducted over 7 weeks. The course content has been built by Duke University whereas the completion certificate is the department of the online provider Coursera.
Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions training is an introductory level course that can even be suitable to candidates who have zero or limited knowledge of chemistry. This certification course belongs to the course category of physical science and engineering on Coursera. The introductory concepts will be available to the candidates in the form of short reading, or videos, or even practice exercises. Both the course, and its mentors are wonderful, and thus the participants will learn the concepts with ease throughout this online course.
7 weeks programme
100% online course
17 hours of classes
Learning by self
Beginner course level
10 subtitles available
Certificate by Coursera
- Online course
- Shareable certificate
- Flexible deadlines
- English course
- 10 subtitles available
- Practice exercises
- Final exam
Course and certificate fees
Type of course
The Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions certification fee that is charged from the students is Rs. 2116 every month so that they get completion certificates, but in the case, they do not wish to get certified they are allowed to take up the free version.
Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions Fee Structure
Full Course, No Certificate
Full Course, With Certificate
Rs. 2,116 every month
certificate providing authority
Certification Qualifying Details
For the Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions certification by Coursera, participants will require completion of all the videos, readings, and a final exam.
What you will learn
With the Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions certification syllabus the different concepts like phases of matter, atomic structure, molecular structure, will be emphasized. This along with goal preparation for students of further chemistry will also be taught.
The Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions admission process is as follows:
Step 1: Visit the official website:https://www.coursera.org/learn/basic-chemistry.
Step 2: Then, as a part of the next step, locate the ‘Join for free’ button.
Step 3: As the button is found students should click it, and make accounts for signing into Coursera.
Step 4: The moment the candidates log into their accounts, admission is automatically provided, and to access the course with a certificate some fee has to be paid.
Filling the form
Just signing up onto Coursera will be considered a step towards the application of the course, as we do not find any long application form that Coursera asks to be completed by the participants.
Week 1: Review Videos (I)
Week 1: Light
[DEMO] Blackbody Radiation
Light Wave Particle Duality
Atom Emission Spectra
Bohr Model Part I
[Demo] Colored Flames
Bohr Model Part II
Week 1 Exercises
Week 2: Quantum Number, Lewis Dot Structure
Introduction to Quantum Numbers Part I
Introduction to Quantum Numbers Part II
Core and Valence Electrons
Introduction to Lewis Structures
Lewis Dot Structure Construction
Bond Order, Expanded Octet
Week 2 Exercise
Week 3: Formal Charge, VSEPR Theory, Hybridization
Simple Structure, Formal Charge and Resonance Part I
Simple Structure, Formal Charge and Resonance Part II
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Part I
Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion Part II
Sigma and Pi Bonds
Week 3 Exercise
First Advanced Problem Set
Week 4: Phases of Matter, Gas Laws
[DEMO] Compressibility and Pressure
[DEMO] Gas Phase
Ideal Gas Law
Gas Law: Partial Pressure
The Importance of Thermal Energy
Phases of Matter, Liquids
Week 4 Exercise
Week 5: Intermolecular Forces and Phase Changes
Phase Changes Part I
Phase Changes Part II
Solids Part I
Solids Part II
Solids Part III
Week 5 Exercise
Week 6: Solutions
2.1 Introduction to Solutions Part I
2.2 Introduction to Solutions Part II
2.3 [Demo] Electrolytes
2.4 Dissolution and the Solubility Product Constant Part I
2.5 Dissolution and the Solubility Product Constant Part II
2.6 Solubility Rules
Solutions: Factor Affecting Solubility
Solutions: Calculations & Dilutions Part I
Solutions: Calculations & Dilutions Part II
[Interview] Dr. Dubay Interview
Week 6 Exercise
Second Advanced Problem Set
Week 7: Strengthen Your Understanding
Final Exam Part A (12 Questions)
Final Exam Part B (12 Questions)
How it helps
The Introduction to Chemistry: Structures and Solutions certification benefits are:
- It does not matter in whichever part of the world, the candidates are residing since they can start watching the programme at any moment they want to after logging in.
- Being a complete beginner level programme, no such requirement of knowing topics related to chemistry is important.
- The time consumption of this course is very low so candidates will find it easy to match this time with their already set schedules.
Yes, every certificate that is provided by Coursera has unique URLs that get generated so URL sharing is possible.
Until, and unless the subscription is cancelled by the participants the cards will be charged regularly.
The programme is found to be split into 7 whole weeks.
Rewatching is a feature that is provided by Coursera for its applicants.
The question format is Multiple Choice Questions.
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