Good online lectures/material for Gen Chem?


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Feb20-13, 01:17 PM
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Hi, my Prof. for general chemistry isn't too great, as he often goes on tangents and doesn't explain the required material.

The textbook assigned (mcquarrie) is also really bad, so I've been instead reading Brown-Lemay Chemistry, which is better. Unfortunately, it doesn't cover the material exactly, so I am stuck trying to learn it myself.

The exam is next Tuesday, and while I am familiar with most of the concepts, the more recent ones (Quantum theory + Gases) are harder to understand.

Are there any online resources that I could review with?

Thanks in advance!
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Feb20-13, 03:34 PM
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Hi, thanks for the referral, but unfortunately it seems that many of the links are dead.

Does anyone have more recent links to resources?


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