Chemistry 1403 Lecture Slides


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Hi, You have entered Dr. Bob Belford's Slide Show for my University of Arkansas at Little Rock Chemistry 1403 Class. These slides are currently being updated for the Spring of 2010.


To access the lectures, click on the appropriate chapters.
Once there, Click the desired Chapter. On each slide show you can view any slide by clicking it's title, or you can start at the beginning and watch the whole show. Note, I have not included animations in this WEB presentation, nor have I included the associated notes. These slides are a rough presentation outline, and can in no way be considered as an alternative to attending lecture.


These slide lectures are based on the class text "Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity", 4th ed. by Kotz & Treichel


Please note, the material in the following slides is for educational use. Any other use may constitute a copyright infringement as indicated below.


Chapters with subject description have been updated to this semester's lecture. Many of these slides will have solutions to problems which were not given in the lecture handouts and can be used to check your notes.

Lectures Aligned with Kotz, Treichel & Townsend, 7th ed.
Chapter 12:Intermolecular Forces and Liquids
Chapter 13:Solids
Chapter 14: Solutions
Chapter 15: Kinetics:
Chapter 16: Equilibrium Chemistry:
Chapter 17: Acid Base Chemistry:
Chapter 18: Acid & Base Reactions & Solubility:
Old Chapter 19: Thermodynamics: Entropy and Free Energy
Old Chapter 20: Electrochemistry
Old Chapter 22: Introduction to Inorganic Chemistry


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Please Note, that some of my slides have pictures from other authors, many of which I acquired over the internet. I have tried to avoid copyrighted material, but as these slides are for educational purposes only, I do not feel I have violated anyone's copyright if I have inadvertently included copyrighted material. Please see 17 USCA sec. 107; which explicitly states that use of copyrighted material "for purpose such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship or research, is not an infringement of copyright." None-the-less, I believe it is important to give credit where credit is due, since many of my sources may not have been the original source, I have not included my sources as such. Instead, I am constructing another page, (General Chemistry Page), with links to all the sources I have used (and more).

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