A Level Physical Chemistry Video Lessons

Learn Physical Chemistry from Singapore's top Chemistry tutor Maverick Puah the Chemistry Guru who has been conducting A Level H2 Chemistry Tuition Classes since 2010.

Check out his latest Physical Chemistry lesson on calculating equililbrium constant using ICE table method:

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Here are his previous video lessons sorted by topic:

1. Mole Concept

Combustion Analysis of Gaseous Hydrocarbons

Back Titration

Determine Limiting Reagent

Mole Concept Worked Example to Determine Molecular Formula for Alcohol J

2. Redox and Solution Stoichiometry

Balance Redox Reaction: How to balance Redox Equation in Acidic or Alkaline Medium

Determining Oxidation State or Oxidation Number

Determine Oxidation State of Unknown Species from Experimental Data

3. Atomic Structure

Electronic Configuration for First 30 Elements

First Ionisation Energy Trend Across Period 3 Elements

4. Chemical Bonding

Drawing Dot and Cross Diagrams

Expansion of Octet Rule

VSEPR and Shapes of Molecules

5. Intermolecular Forces

Factors affecting Instantaneous Dipole-Induced Dipole Attraction

Factors affecting Hydrogen Bond

Intramolecular versus Intermolecular Hydrogen Bond

6. Gaseous State

Ideal Gas Equation Graph Sketching

Ideal Gas Equation and Applications

7. Energetics

How to Draw Energy Cycle involving Enthalpy Change of Formation

How to Draw Energy Cycle involving Enthalpy Change of Combustion

How to Draw Born Haber Cycle of Ionic Compounds

Determine Enthalpy Change of Reaction from Average Bond Energy

8. Kinetics

Pseudo First Order Reactions

Rate Equation and Reaction Mechanism

Rate Equation and Order of Reaction

Determine Order of Reaction from Initial Rates

9. Chemical Equilibria

Le Chatelier's Principle and Position of Equilibrium for a Reversible System

Determine Equilibrium Constant using ICE Table Method

10. Ionic Equilibria

Strong Acid vs Weak Acid: Comparing Strength of 2 Acids with different pH values

Bronsted Acids and Bronsted Bases: Types and Strengths of Acids and Bases

Salt Hydrolysis: How to deduce Nature of Salt in Salt Hydrolysis

How to Determine pH of Weak Acid

11. Buffer and Titration Curve

How to determine Acidic and Alkaline Buffer Solutions

Titration Curve for Weak Acid - Strong Base Reaction

Calculate pH of Buffer Solution

12. Solubility Product

Solubility Product and Solubility of a Sparingly Soluble Salt

Ionic Product versus Solubility Product

13. Electrochemistry

Hydrogen Oxygen Fuel Cell

Drawing Half Cell and Electrochemical Cell

Determine Feasibility of Redox Reaction using Standard Electrode Potentials