AP Chemistry

I make science YouTube videos and other resources for my AP Chemistry classes. Feel free to use anything you find here!

Click any numbered topic to go directly to that topic’s YouTube video.
Most units also have a resource page with my videos and resources in one place.

AP Chemistry Videos

Stoichiometry and Reactions

  1. Representations of Reactions – Particulate Diagrams and Net Ionic Equations
  2. Stoichiometry Map (including moles of reaction and heat of reaction)
  3. Stoichiometry Example Problems (including ideal gas, moles of rxn, & heat of rxn)
  4. Limiting Reactant and Percent Yield – Example Problem

Atomic Structure and Periodicity

  1. Periodic Trends and Coulomb’s Law

Bonding and Intermolecular Forces



  1. Kinetics Rate Law and Rate Orders
  2. Integrated Rate Law and Half-Live Derivations
  3. Effect of Temperature and Catalysts on Rate and Maxwell-Boltzmann Distributions
  4. Determining Rate Law from Fast Initial Step


  1. Thermal Energy Transfer
  2. Bond Energies to Enthalpy Change
  3. Heats of Formation to Enthalpy Change


  1. How to Write Equilibrium Constant (K) Expressions
  2. How Modifying a Reaction Affects Equilibrium Constant, K
  3. The Reaction Quotient (Q): Predicting the Direction of Change
  4. ICE Tables – Solving for Equilibrium Constant and Equilibrium Concentrations
  5. Le Chatelier’s Principle, Pt. 1: Concentration
  6. Le Chatelier’s Principle, Pt. 2: Pressure
  7. Le Chatelier’s Principle, Pt. 3: Temperature

Equilibrium Solubility

  1. Solubility Product
  2. Example: Calculating Molar Solubility from Equilibrium Constant
  3. Example: Determining Whether a Precipitate Will Form
  4. Example: Determining Which Solid Will Precipitate First

Acid-Base Equilibrium

  1. Intro to Acids & Bases | Amphoteric, Conjugates, Dissociation vs. Neutralization
  2. Strong Acid / Strong Base Titration
  3. pH Calculations for a STRONG Acid / Strong Base Titration
  4. pH Calculations for a WEAK Acid / Strong Base Titration
  5. Lab – Titration (Strong Acid with a Strong Base) w/Vernier drop counter & pH probe

Lesson: SASB pH Calculations – The Case of the Missing Lab Data
Lesson: WASB Titration Curve on Giant Graph Paper


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