This course covers the material of content category 5A of the official MCAT exam content outline.
The unique properties of water have made it a subject of both study and fascination. It is deemed the "universal solvent" because of its ability to dissolve more substances than can any other solvent. This can be attributed to its polarity, which also makes it ideal as the primary content of the fluid compartments within the human body, enabling the free flow of charged ions without the threat of spontaneous bonding and damaging of structures.
In this course, the student will be introduced to the chemical characteristics of water as a solvent. For optimal comprehension, the student is expected to have a college-level understanding of chemistry and physics.
There's some good information in here, but it definitely cannot be taught by itself and will need supplemental textbooks to fill in some of the details.
The explanation was quite detailed without leaving the basics. Good illustrations as well.
very good and excellent lecture.i like it.very good presentation
Very complete and straight to the point, better than when my teacher explains