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Become a Chemistry Tutor

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Course Overview


If you have a talent for teaching and helping students of all ages learn chemistry then this course is for you!

 

Many children, teenagers, and adults struggle with chemistry and would gladly pay someone to ensure they receive a good grade in the subject.

 

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Course Syllabus

CH10: Science, Chemistry, and Matter - Learn the Scientific Method, Measurement, the Système International d'Unitès (SI), and the Mathematics of Chemistry (The Factor-Label Method, Significant Digits.) Know the properties of matter, Physical Properties (Intensive Physical Properties, Extensive Physical Properties), Chemical Properties, Kinds of Matter (Elements, Compounds, Mixtures), and Chemical Change (Combination, Decomposition, Single Displacement, Double Displacement.)
CH201: Structure of Matter and Compounds - Be familiar with atoms, Atomic Structure, Distribution of Electrons, Isotopes, Atomic Mass, Symbols, The Atomic Model Revisited, and The Periodic Table. Study the Noble Gas Elements, Bonding (Ionic Bonding, Covalent Bonding), Oxidation Number, Formulas (Writing Formulas of Ionic Compounds, Polyatomic Ions, Writing Structural Formulas), Bond Polarity, and Formula or Molecular Masses.
CH323: Laws of Chemistry and Gases - Learn the conservation of Matter, Definite Proportions, Avogadro's Law, Equations, Percentage Composition, Computation of Formulas, and Mass Relationships in Equations. Understand the pressure, Temperature, Combined Gas Law, Standard Conditions, Law of Partial Pressures, Kinetic-Molecular Theory, Ideal Glasses, Density of Gases, Law of Diffusion, Gram Molecular Volume, and Avogadro's Number. Learn about finding Molecular Masses, True Formulas, Mass-Volume Relationships, Volume-Volume Relationships, ideal-Gas Equation, Equivalent Mass of an Element, and Rule of Dulong and Petit.
CH402: Liquids, Solids and Solutions - Comprehend the vapor Pressure, Evaporation, Surface Tension, Capillary Action, The Solid State (Amorphous Solids, Crystalline Solids), Energy and Change of State. Recognize the methods of Expressing Concentration (Molarity, Normality, Molality, Percentage Composition), Standard Solutions (Weight per Unit Volume, Dilution, Reaction), and Solubility. Know the Effects of Nonelectrolyte Solutes on Properties of Solvents (Lowering of Vapor Pressure, Elevation of Boiling Point, Lowering of Freezing Point), Osmotic Pressure, Colligative Properties, Colloids, and Applications of the Effects of Solutes on Solvents.
CH523: Solutions of Electrolytes and Oxidation Reduction - Know the abnormal Behavior of Electrolytes, Concentrations of Ions in Solutions, Strong and Weak Electrolytes, Reactions of Electrolytes (Sample of Ionic Reactions, Chemical Equilibrium), Law of Mass Action (Ionization Constant, The pH Scale), Common-Ion Effect, Hydrolysis, Solubility Product, definitions and balancing Redox Equations.
CH654: Electrochemistry and the Atmosphere - Understand the electrical Units, Electrolysis (Faraday's Law, Applications), Activity Series of Metals, Batteries (Voltaic Cells, Dry Cells, Lead Storage Cells, Nickel-Cadmium Cells), and Corrosion. Know the characteristics of the atmosphere, Components (Nitrogen, Oxygen, Ozone, Hydrogen, Water, Carbon Dioxide, Noble Gasses), and Combustion.
CH768: The Halogens and the Sulfur Family - Learn the occurrence and Preparations for halogens, Properties of halogens, Uses of halogens, and Principal Compounds (Hydrogen Halides, Acids.) Know the occurrence and Preparations, Properties of sulfur, uses of sulfur, and Principal Compounds (Hydrogen Sulfide, Sulfur Dioxide, and Sulfuric Acid).
CH821: The Phosphorus Family, Carbon, Silicon, and Boron - Know the occurrence and Preparations, Properties and uses of Phosphorus, Carbon, Silicon and Boron, and Principal Compounds (Phosphates, Sulfide, Oxides, Halides, Carbides, and Hydrogen Cyanide).
CH910: The Alkali Metals and the Alkaline Earth Metals and Aluminum - Learn the metallurgy for the Alkali Metals, Occurrence and Preparations for Alkali Metals, Properties of Alkali Metals, Uses of Alkali Metals, and Principal Compounds (Halides, Hydroxides, Carbonates, Nitrates, Peroxides, Other Compounds, Ammonium Compounds.) Know the metallurgy for the Alkaline Earth Metals and Aluminum, Occurrence for Alkaline Earth Metals and Aluminum, Properties of Alkaline Earth Metals and Aluminum, Uses of Alkaline Earth Metals and Aluminum, and Principal Compounds (Oxides, Hydroxides, Sulfates, Carbonates, Cement and Concrete, Hard Water, and Ceramics).
CH1032: Iron, the Steel Alloy Metals, and the Nonferrous Alloy Metals - Recognize the iron (Occurrence, Metallurgy, Properties, Uses, Compounds), Steel, Alloys (Titanium and Zirconium, Vanadium, Niobium and Tantalum, Chromium, Molybdenum, and Tungsten, Manganese, Cobalt and Nickel). Understand the copper, Zinc, Cadmium and Mercury, Gallium, Indium and Thallium, Germanium, Tin and Lead.
CH1145: The Noble and Rare Metals and Organic Chemistry - Know the silver and Gold, Photography, The Platinum Metals, and The Transition Metals. Learn the properties, Reactions (Substitution Reactions, Addition Reactions), Compounds, Hydrocarbons, Petroleum Refining, Oxidation Products (Alcohols, Aldehydes, Carboxylic Acids), Esters, Ethers, Plastic and Synthetic Fibers, and Liquid Crystals.
CH1214: Nuclear Chemistry and the Chemistry of Energy - Explore radioactivity, Nuclear Reactions, and Fusion Reactions. Know the sources of Energy, Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy, and Consumption.
CH1343: The Chemistry of the Environment and Biochemistry - Learn about air Pollution, Chemistry of Trace Metals, Hazardous Wastes in the Ground and Water, Thermal Pollution, and Radioactive Wastes. Learn more about carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Nucleic Acids, Biotechnology.
 

Course Certification & Objectives

When you successfully complete this course you will obtain certification from the National Education Council to teach this course.
 
1. Gain the understanding of today's chemistry
2. Compete chemistry refresher course
3. Master the latest techniques of solving chemistry problems
4. Learn how to properly evaluate your students abilities
5. Be able to easily explain chemistry in layman terms
6. Outline and construct an chemistry course to help your student succeed
7. Be able to successfully teach this course

 
 

Course Details


Estimated time to complete
7 Days or 90 Study Hours
 
 
Text Book
No Nonsense Knowledge - Chemistry Made Simple - John T. Moore
 
 
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SAMPLE EARNINGS
20 Students
$99 Student Course Cost
$20 Handout Cost
$1,960.00 PROFIT
12 hours
YOU EARN $163.33 Per Hour

 



 

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