**Tutorials**

- Introduction to Solutions
- Molarity: Definition and Calculations (10) (15) (10)
- Dilution: Definition and Calculations (10) (15) (10)
- Molality: Definition and Calculations (15)
- Other Concentration Units: ppm and grams
- Other Concentration Units: ppm and molarity
- General Rules of Solubility
- Osmosis: An Explanation using Images
- The Osmosis Equation
- Reverse Osmosis
- Boiling Point Elevation (10)
- Freezing Point Depression (10) (15)
- Mole Fraction
- Calculations involving molality, molarity, density, mass percent, mole fraction (10) (15)
- The relationship between the van 't Hoff factor and the degree of dissociation
- Raoult's Law: The Effect of Nonvolatile Solutes on Vapor Pressure (15)
- Raoult's Law: Vapor Pressure and Volatile Solutes (in Ideal Solutions) (15)
- Raoult's Law: Vapor Pressure and Volatile Solutes (in Non-ideal Solutions)

**Problem Sets**

**Videos**

- Determine the mole fraction of the solute
- Determine the molarity of a solution
- Using M
_{1}V_{1}= M_{2}V_{2}I - Using M
_{1}V_{1}= M_{2}V_{2}II - Using M
_{1}V_{1}= M_{2}V_{2}III - Using M
_{1}V_{1}= M_{2}V_{2}IV - Using MV = grams/molar mass I
- Using MV = grams/molar mass II
- Using MV = grams/molar mass III
- Calculate the molality of a solution from its molarity
- Boiling point elevation I
- Boiling point elevation II
- Freezing point depression I
- Freezing point depression II
- Determine the molecular weight from boiling point elevation data
- Determine the molecular weight from osmotic pressure data
- Vapor pressure lowering I
- Vapor pressure lowering II

**Miscellaneous**