The Courses

1.  An OSHA Trilogy

2.  Applied Volume Calculations

3.  Arithmetic

4. Caustic Soda

5.  Chemistry Unit I  Chemistry in a Modern World

6.  Chemistry Unit II  The Organization of Chemistry

7.  Chemistry Unit III Water and It's Elements

8. Chemistry Unit IV Chemical Calculations

9.  Chemistry Unit V Ionization

10.  Coagulation and The Lamella Separator

11.  Diesel Engine, The

12. Electrodialysis

13.  Filtration

14.  Groundwater Pollution, Remediation & Groundwater Sampling Guidance

15.  Health and Safety

16.  Hydraulics and Electricity

17.  Membrane Technology

18.  pH Measurement

19.  Pumps

20. Reduction/Oxidation

21. Rules and Regulations

22. Sewage Treatment

23.  Unit Operations Math and Leachate Treatment

24.  Unit Operations Math Module #1  

25.  Unit Operations Math Module #2

26.  Valves

27.  Wastewater Characteristics and Wastewater Sampling

28.  Wastewater Indicators

29.  Wastewater Sources (Part 1)

30.  Wastewater Sources (Part 2)

31.  Wastewater Sources (Part 3)

32. Wastewater Treatment Methods and Disposal


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Chemistry Unit I

Chemistry in a Modern World

TCH: 5 Hours

CEU: 0.5 Units

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A Science of Matter and Energy

  • Chemistry is a physical science

  • What is the method of science?

  • Why study chemistry?

  • What is matter?

  • Mass and weight

  • The density of matter varies

  • There are three states of matter

  • There are several forms of energy

  • The conservation of matter and energy

  • The Centigrade temperature scale

  • The metric system

  • The scientific notation of numbers

  • Accuracy of measurements

The Composition of Matter

  • All matter is divided into three general classes

  • Substances include compounds and mixtures

  • There are relatively few elements in nature

  • There are two general classes of elements

  • What do we mean by a chemical symbol?

  • What is the significance of a symbol?

  • Compounds differ from mixtures

  • The Law of Definite Proportions

  • Some common examples of mixtures and compounds 

Matter and Its Changes

  • Of what particles is matter composed?

  • How large are molecules?

  • Are all substances composed of molecules?

  • The formula of compounds

  • The molecules of gasses have motion

  • Moving molecules have kinetic energy

  • The diffusion of gasses

  • All gasses do not diffuse at the same rate

  • Motion in liquids and solids

  • What are physical changes?

  • What are chemical changes?

  • Chemical change involves energy

  • How are chemical changes brought about?

  • What are nuclear changes?






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