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Does anyone have the Audio Osmosis track list/table of contents?

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  1. Gigi333

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    Could someone please help me out. I really need the table of contents for Audio Osmosis.
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    I only have them starting from CD#4. Hope this helps.:luck:

    CD 4

    Physics Lecture 7: Electricity and Magnetism

    Track 1: Electric Charge
    Track 2: Electrostatic Force
    Track 3: Derivations from Newtonâs and Coulombâs Law
    Track 4: Fields and Lines of Force
    Track 5: An Electric Dipole
    Track 6: Resistivity
    Track 7: Movement of Charge
    Track 8: Circuits
    Track 9: Capacitors
    Track 10: Energy of a Capacitor
    Track 11: Circuit Elements
    Track 12: Solving Circuits
    Track 13: Power
    Track 14: AC Current
    Track 15: Magnetism

    Physics Lecture 8: Light and Optics

    Track 16: Electromagnetic Waves
    Track 17: Light
    Track 18: Geometric Optics
    Track 19: Chromatic Dispersion
    Track 20: Diffraction
    Track 21: Images
    Track 22: Types of Lenses and Mirrors
    Track 23: Radius of Curvature
    Track 24: Focal Points
    Track 25: Power
    Track 26: Ray Diagrams
    Track 27: Magnification
    Track 28: The Thin Lens Equation
    Track 29: A System for Optics
    Track 30: Double Lens Systems

    CD 5

    Verbal Reasoning

    Track 1: Why Verbal Reasoning is on the MCAT
    Track 2: What Kind Improvement Can I Expect
    Track 3: The Structure of the Verbal Reasoning Section
    Track 4: Verbal Strategy Part 1: Energy
    Track 5: Verbal Strategy Part 2: Focus
    Track 6: Verbal Strategy Part 3: Confidence
    Track 7: Verbal Strategy Part 4: Timing
    Track 8: Verbal Tactics Part 1: The Five Second Break
    Track 9: Verbal Tactics Part 2: Read Every Word
    Track 10: Verbal Tactics Part 3: The Main Idea
    Track 11: Verbal Tactics Part 4: The Four Tools to Find the Answer
    Track 12: Tool 1: Going Back to the Passage
    Track 13: Tool 2: The Main Idea
    Track 14: Tools 3 & 4: The Question Stems and Answer Choices

    Chemistry Lecture 1: Atoms, Molecules, and Quantum Mechanics

    Track 15: Atomic Structure
    Track 16: Elements and Isotopes
    Track 17: Avogadroâs Number and the AMU
    Track 18: The Periodic Table
    Track 19: The Periodic Trends
    Track 20: Ionization Energy
    Track 21: Electronegativity and Electron Affinity
    Track 22: Bonds
    Track 23: Empirical and Molecular Formulas
    Track 24: Reactions
    Track 25: The Structure of Solids
    Track 26: Quantum Mechanics
    Track 27: Quantum Numbers
    Track 28: The First Quantum Number
    Track 29: The Second Quantum Number
    Track 30: The Third Quantum Number
    Track 31: The Fourth Quantum Number
    Track 32: The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
    Track 33: The Aufbau principle
    Track 34: Degenerate Orbitals
    Track 35: Hundâs Rule
    Track 36: Planckâs Quantum Theory
    Track 37: The Photoelectric Effect
    Track 38: Electron Configurations

    Chemistry Lecture 2: Gases, Kinetics, and Chemical Equilibrium

    Track 39: Ideal Gas and Kinetic Molecular Theory
    Track 40: No Volume
    Track 41: No Attractive Forces
    Track 42: Elastic Collisions
    Track 43: Temperature and Kinetic Energy
    Track 44: The Ideal Gas Law
    Track 45: Standard Molecular Volume
    Track 46: Daltonâs Law
    Track 47: Temperature and Molecular Kinetic Energy
    Track 48: Effusion and Diffusion
    Track 49: Real Gas Behavior
    Track 50: Reaction Kinetics
    Track 51: The Collision Model

    CD 6

    Chemistry Lecture 2 continued•

    Track 1: The Arrhenius Equation
    Track 2: The Rate Law
    Track 3: Exponents in the Rate Law
    Track 4: Catalysts
    Track 5: Chemical Equilibrium
    Track 6: LeChatelierâs Principle
    Track 7: The Reaction Quotient

    Chemistry Lecture 3: Thermodynamics

    Track 8: What is Thermodynamics
    Track 9: Isolated Systems
    Track 10: Closed Systems
    Track 11: Open Systems
    Track 12: The First Law of Thermodynamics
    Track 13: Conduction
    Track 14: Convection
    Track 15: Radiation
    Track 16: Work
    Track 17: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    Track 18: State Functions
    Track 19: Internal Energy
    Track 20: Temperature
    Track 21: The Third Law of Thermodynamics
    Track 22: Enthalpy
    Track 23: Standard State and Heat of Formation
    Track 24: Heat of Reaction
    Track 25: Endothermicity and Exothermicity
    Track 26: Energy Diagrams
    Track 27: Entropy
    Track 28: Equations for Entropy
    Track 29: Gibbs Energy
    Track 30: Gibbs Energy Formula

    Chemistry Lecture 4: Solutions

    Track 31: What is a Solution
    Track 32: Types of Solutions
    Track 33: Colloids
    Track 34: Solvation
    Track 35: Ions
    Track 36: Units of Concentration
    Track 37: Solution Formation
    Track 38: Vapor Pressure
    Track 39: Raoultâs Law
    Track 40: Deviations to Raoultâs Law
    Track 41: Solubility
    Track 42: The Solubility Product
    Track 43: Spectator Ions and the Common Ion Effect
    Track 44: Solubilities
    Track 45: Solubility Factors

    Chemistry Lecture 5: Heat Capacity, Phase Change, and Colligative Properties

    Track 46: Phases
    Track 47: Heat Capacity
    Track 48: Specific Heat
    Track 49: Calorimeter

    CD 7

    Chemistry Lecture 5 continued•

    Track 1: Heat Curves
    Track 2: Thermodynamics of Phase Change
    Track 3: Phase Diagrams
    Track 4: Colligative Properties
    Track 5: Boiling Point Elevation
    Track 6: Freezing Point Depression
    Track 7: Osmotic Pressure

    Chemistry Lecture 6: Acids and Bases

    Track 8: Definitions
    Track 9: The Hydronium Ion
    Track 10: Acid Strength and pH
    Track 11: The Log Function
    Track 12: Acid and Base Reactions
    Track 13: Structural Characteristics of an Acid
    Track 14: Acid/Base Equilibrium
    Track 15: The Acid Dissociation Constant
    Track 16: The pH of a Strong Acid
    Track 17: The pH of a Weak Acid
    Track 18: Titrations
    Track 19: Buffered Solutions
    Track 20: The Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation
    Track 21: Indicators
    Track 22: Titrations of Polyprotic Acids

    Chemistry Lecture 7: Electrochemistry

    Track 23: Electrochemistry
    Track 24: Oxidation States
    Track 25: Redox Reactions
    Track 26: Redox Titrations
    Track 27: Half Reaction Potentials
    Track 28: The Galvanic Cell
    Track 29: An Example of a Galvanic Cell
    Track 30: Gibbs Free Energy and EMF
    Track 31: The Nernst Equation
    Track 32: A Concentration Cell
    Track 33: Electrolytic Cells

    CD 8

    Biology Lecture 1: Molecular Biology

    Track 1: Water
    Track 2: Lipids
    Track 3: Proteins
    Track 4: Primary and Secondary Structure
    Track 5: Tertiary Structure
    Track 6: Quaternary Structure
    Track 7: Carbohydrates
    Track 8: Nucleic Acids
    Track 9: Minerals
    Track 10: Enzymes
    Track 11: Enzyme Inhibition
    Track 12: Glycolysis and Fermentation
    Track 13: Aerobic Respiration
    Track 14: The Electron Transport Chain

    Biology Lecture 2: Genes

    Track 15: The Gene
    Track 16: The Structure of DNA
    Track 17: Replication
    Track 18: RNA
    Track 19: Transcription
    Track 20: Post-Transcriptional Processing
    Track 21: DNA Technology
    Track 22: The Universal Genetic Code
    Track 23: Translation
    Track 24: Mutations
    Track 25: Chromosomes
    Track 26: The Cell Life Cycle
    Track 27: Mitosis
    Track 28: Meiosis

    Biology Lecture 3: Microbiology

    Track 29: Microbiology
    Track 30: Viruses
    Track 31: The Viral Life Cycle
    Track 32: Types of Viruses
    Track 33: The Structure of Bacteria
    Track 34: The Phospholipid Bilayer
    Track 35: Membrane Transport
    Track 36: Bacterial Envelope
    Track 37: Bacterial Movement

    CD 9

    Biology Lecture 3 continued•

    Track 1: Genetic Recombination and Reproduction in Bacteria
    Track 2: Endospores
    Track 3: Sources for Energy, Carbon, and Electrons
    Track 4: Fungi
    Track 5: Yeast

    Biology Lecture 4: The Eukaryotic Cell; The Nervous System

    Track 6: The Nucleus
    Track 7: Endocytosis
    Track 8: Two Sides to Every Cell
    Track 9: The Rough ER
    Track 10: The Golgi
    Track 11: Lysosomes
    Track 12: Peroxisomes
    Track 13: The Smooth ER
    Track 14: The Cytoskeleton
    Track 15: Flagella and Cilia
    Track 16: Mitochondria
    Track 17: The Glycocalyx
    Track 18: Cellular Junctions and the Matrix
    Track 19: Multicellular Organization
    Track 20: Intercellular Communication
    Track 21: Physiology of the Nervous System
    Track 22: The Action Potential
    Track 23: The Synapse
    Track 24: Neuroglia
    Track 25: The Structure of the Nervous System
    Track 26: Sympathetic and Parasympathetic
    Track 27: The Brain
    Track 28: Sensory Receptors

    Biology Lecture 5: The Endocrine System

    Track 29: Exocrine vs. Endocrine
    Track 30: Classes of Hormones
    Track 31: How Peptides Function
    Track 32: The Second Messenger System
    Track 33: How Steroids Function
    Track 34: How Tyrosine Derivatives Function
    Track 35: Negative Feedback
    Track 36: The Hypothalamus
    Track 37: The Anterior Pituitary
    Track 38: The Posterior Pituitary
    Track 39: The Thyroid
    Track 40: The Parathyroid
    Track 41: The Pancreas
    Track 42: Glucagon
    Track 43: Insulin
    Track 44: The Adrenal Cortex
    Track 45: Aldosterone
    Track 46: Cortisol
    Track 47: The Adrenal Medulla
    Track 48: Male Reproductive Hormones
    Track 49: Female Reproduction
    Track 50: Embryology

    CD 10

    Biology Lecture 6: The Digestive System; The Excretory System

    Track 1: Digestion
    Track 2: Anatomy of the Digestive System
    Track 3: The Mouth and the Esophagus
    Track 4: The Stomach
    Track 5: Small Intestines
    Track 6: The Pancreas
    Track 7: The Large Intestines
    Track 8: Absorption
    Track 9: Absorptive Fate of Carbohydrates
    Track 10: Absorptive Fate of Proteins
    Track 11: Absorptive Fate of Fats
    Track 12: The Liver
    Track 13: Function and Anatomy of the Kidney
    Track 14: The Renal Corpuscle
    Track 15: The Proximal Tubule
    Track 16: The Loop of Henle
    Track 17: The Distal Tubule
    Track 18: The Collecting Duct
    Track 19: The Juxtaglomerular Apparatus

    Biology Lecture 7: The Cardiovascular System; The Respiratory System

    Track 20: Cardiovascular Anatomy
    Track 21: The Action Potential in the Heart
    Track 22: Breathing
    Track 23: Anatomy of the Respiratory System
    Track 24: Gas Exchange
    Track 25: Oxygen Dissociation Curves
    Track 26: The Chloride Shift
    Track 27: The Lymphatic System
    Track 28: The Blood
    Track 29: Blood Cells
    Track 30: Innate Immunity
    Track 31: Humoral Immunity
    Track 32: Effect of Antibodies
    Track 33: Cell Mediated Immunity
    Track 34: Blood Types

    Biology Lecture 8: Muscle and Bone

    Track 35: Types of Muscle
    Track 36: Skeletal Muscle
    Track 37: The Structure of Skeletal Muscle
    Track 38: Mechanism of Skeletal Muscle Contraction
    Track 39: Motor Units
    Track 40: Skeletal Muscle Cell Types
    Track 41: Cardiac Muscle
    Track 42: Bone
    Track 43: Compact Bone
    Track 44: Cartilage and Joints

    CD 11

    Biology Lecture 9: Populations

    Track 1: Mendel
    Track 2: Mendelβs Second Law
    Track 3: Other Methods of Expression
    Track 4: Ramifications of Being Diploid
    Track 5: Evolution
    Track 6: What is a Species?
    Track 7: Reproductive Strategies
    Track 8: Convergent and Divergent Evolution
    Track 9: The Hardy Weinberg Principle
    Track 10: The Origin of the Universe

    Organic Chemistry Lecture 1: Molecular Structure

    Track 11: Molecular Structure
    Track 12: Lewis Dot Structures
    Track 13: Structural Formulas
    Track 14: The Important Functional Groups
    Track 15: Other Functional Groups
    Track 16: Nomenclature
    Track 17: Bonding
    Track 18: Hybridization
    Track 19: Shapes and Bond Angles
    Track 20: Delocalized Electrons
    Track 21: Rules for Drawing Resonance Structures
    Track 22: Dipole Moment
    Track 23: Intermolecular Bonding
    Track 24: Conformational Isomers
    Track 25: Structural Isomers
    Track 26: Chirality
    Track 27: Absolute Configuration
    Track 28: Relative configuration
    Track 29: Observed Rotation
    Track 30: Enantiomers
    Track 31: Diastereomers

    Organic Chemistry Lecture 2: Hydrocarbons, Alcohols, and Substitutions

    Track 32: Alkanes
    Track 33: Physical Properties of Alkanes
    Track 34: Cycloalkanes
    Track 35: Combustion
    Track 36: Halogenation of Alkanes
    Track 37: Alkenes
    Track 38: Synthesis of Alkenes

    CD 12

    Organic Chemistry Lecture 2 continued•

    Track 1: Catalytic Hydrogenation
    Track 2: Oxidation of Alkenes
    Track 3: Electrophilic Addition
    Track 4: Hydration of an Alkene
    Track 5: Oxymercuration
    Track 6: Hydroboration
    Track 7: Halogenation of an Alkene
    Track 8: Benzene
    Track 9: Electron Donating and Withdrawing Properties
    Track 10: SN1 Reactions
    Track 11: SN2 Reactions
    Track 12: Nucleophilicity
    Track 13: SN1 vs. SN2
    Track 14: Alcohols
    Track 15: Alcohols as Acids
    Track 16: Alcohol Synthesis
    Track 17: Reactions with Alcohols
    Track 18: Ehters
    Track 19: Order of Acidity

    Organic Chemistry Lecture 3: Carbonyls and Amines

    Track 20: The Carbonyl
    Track 21: Physical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones
    Track 22: Chemical Properties of Aldehydes and Ketones
    Track 23: Aldehydes and Ketones with Alcohols
    Track 24: Aldol Condensation
    Track 25: conjugation
    Track 26: Carboxylic Acids
    Track 27: Chemistry of Carboxylic Acids
    Track 28: Reactions of Carboxylic Acid and Derivatives
    Track 29: Amines
    Track 30: Reactions with Amines
    Track 31: Nitriles

    Organic Chemistry Lecture 4: Biochemistry and Lab Techniques

    Track 32: Fatty Acids
    Track 33: Amino Acids
    Track 34: The Isoelectric Point and Electrophoresis
    Track 35: Carbohydrates
    Track 36: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
    Track 37: Peak Position in NMR
    Track 38: Spin-Spin Splitting
    Track 39: Integral and Digital Traces
    Track 40: An Example of NMR
    Track 41: NMR Summary
    Track 42: IR Spectroscopy
    Track 43: Chromatography
    Track 44: Distillation
    Track 45: Crystallization
    Track 46: Extraction
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    Anyone know the total time the whole set takes?
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    Disc 1-01-Intro
    Disc 1-02-How to Use These Recordings
    Disc 1-03-Other Products by Osote Publishing
    Disc 1-04-The MCAT
    Disc 1-05- Five Step System
    Disc 1-06- Vectors and Scalars
    Disc 1-07- Component Vectors, Trigonometry, & Triangles
    Disc 1-08- Translational Motion Conceptually
    Disc 1-09- Translational Motion Application
    Disc 1-10- Vertical Projectile Motion
    Disc 1-11- Distance Traveled
    Disc 1-12- Translational Motion Formulas
    Disc 1-13- Example in Projectile Motion
    Disc 1-14- Air Resistance
    Disc 1-15- Mass & Weight
    Disc 1-16- Rotational Inertia
    Disc 1-17- Summary of Mass & Weight
    Disc 1-18- Center of Mass
    Disc 1-19- The Four Forces of Nature
    Disc 1-20- Types of Contact Forces
    Disc 1-21- Newton's Laws of Motion
    Disc 1-22- Newton's First Law
    Disc 1-23- Newton's Second Law
    Disc 1-24- Newton's Third Law
    Disc 1-25- Explanation of Horse & Cart
    Disc 1-26- Newton's Law of Gravity
    Disc 1-27- Why Objects Appear to Float in Orbit
    Disc 1-28- Centripetal Acceleration
    Disc 1-29- Radius of Curvature
    Disc 1-30- Centripetal Force
    Disc 1-31- Inclined Planes
    Disc 1-32- Friction
    Disc 1-33- Static & Kinetic Friction
    Disc 1-34- Formulas for Friction
    Disc 1-35- When Does Friction Oppose Motion
    Disc 1-36- Tension
    Disc 1-37- Hooke's Law

    CD 2
    Disc 2-01- Equilibrium
    Disc 2-02- Equilibrium Example
    Disc 2-03- Non-Equilibrium
    Disc 2-04- Non-Equilibrium Example
    Disc 2-05- Torque
    Disc 2-06- Example of Torque
    Disc 2-07- Energy
    Disc 2-08- Types of Energy
    Disc 2-09- Gravitational Potential Energy
    Disc 2-10- Elastic Potential Energy
    Disc 2-11- Systems
    Disc 2-12- The First Law of Thermodynamics
    Disc 2-13- Work vs. Heat
    Disc 2-14- Work
    Disc 2-15- Another Formula for Work
    Disc 2-16- Conservative Forces
    Disc 2-17- Work & Conservative Forces
    Disc 2-18- Friction & Work
    Disc 2-19- Power
    Disc 2-20- Momentum vs. Inertia
    Disc 2-21- Momentum Defined
    Disc 2-22- Elastic vs. Inelastic Collisions
    Disc 2-23- Collision Example
    Disc 2-24- Solving Collision Problems
    Disc 2-25- Reverse Collisions
    Disc 2-26- Impulse
    Disc 2-27- The Reason for Machines
    Disc 2-28- How Machines Work
    Disc 2-29- Ramps
    Disc 2-30- Levers
    Disc 2-31- Pulleys
    Disc 2-32- HalfLife
    Disc 2-33- Alpha Particles
    Disc 2-34- Beta Decay
    Disc 2-35- Positron Emission
    Disc 2-36- Electron Capture
    Disc 2-37- Gamma Rays & Annihilation
    Disc 2-38- EMC2
    Disc 2-39- Fission & Fusion


    CD 3
    Disc 3-01- The Nature of Fluids
    Disc 3-02- Intensive & Extensive Properties
    Disc 3-03- Density & Specific Gravity
    Disc 3-04- The Concept of Pressure
    Disc 3-05- Units of Pressure
    Disc 3-06- Fluids at Rest
    Disc 3-07- Gauge Pressure
    Disc 3-08- Pascal's Principle
    Disc 3-09- A Hydraulic Lift
    Disc 3-10- Archimedes Principle
    Disc 3-11- The Buoyant Force
    Disc 3-12- Fluids in Motion
    Disc 3-13- Ideal Fluids
    Disc 3-14- The Continuity Equation
    Disc 3-15- Bernoulli's Equation
    Disc 3-16- Non-Ideal Fluids
    Disc 3-17- Surface Tension
    Disc 3-18- Stress & Strain
    Disc 3-19- Modulus of Elasticity
    Disc 3-20- Thermal Expansion
    Disc 3-21- Wave Characteristics
    Disc 3-22- Velocity of a Wave
    Disc 3-23- Surface Waves
    Disc 3-24- Intensity
    Disc 3-25- Wave Phase
    Disc 3-26- Beat Frequency
    Disc 3-27- Standing Wave
    Disc 3-28- Simple Harmonic Motion


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    Thank you so much guys, you are awesome!!!
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    Thanks guys! btw, track 29 on the Physics cd dealing with waves is called "the doppler effect"
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    ~13 hours playtime.

    edit: i realized this thread had over 1k views, and that seemed odd... noticed the guy i replied to asked that question 2 years ago lol :idea:

    it's good to see someone new searching rather than just putting out new threads of repetitive crap though :)
    Last edited: Jun 29, 2009

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