AP CHEM CALENDAR

April 27 – May 1

Monday:       Review MC portion of practice test, Review FR portion of practice test and from 2012-2013 packet

HOMEWORK: review topics you did not understand

Tuesday:       Review MC portion of practice test, Review FR portion of practice test and from 2012-2013 packet

HOMEWORK: review topics you did not understand

Wednesday:  Take Aqueous Equilibria Test

HOMEWORK: review topics you did not understand

Thursday:     Review Quiz over multiple choice packet

HOMEWORK: review topics you did not understand

Friday:          Review Quiz over one of the packet free response

HOMEWORK: Relax and know that there is little you can do at this point!

 

May 4-8

Monday:       AP Chemistry test, 8 AM. I will have a continental breakfast for you starting at 7:20.

Tuesday – Friday: LAB: Separation and Qualitative Determination of Cations and Anions

Do you know your cations and anions lab

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, May 12 (seniors) and Thursday, May 14 (juniors). Bring in 100% cotton t-shirt, zippered bag, and $1 by Monday, May 11.; take SLO

 

May 11 – 15

Monday        First half of period: LAB: Separation and Qual. Determination of Cations and Anions, Take SLO

Second half of period: Tie up shirts and soak for tie dye  Student Tie Dye Instructions

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, May 12 (seniors) and Thursday, May 14 (juniors).

Tuesday        First half of period: LAB: Separation and Qual. Determination of Cations and Anions

Second half of period: Tie up shirts and soak for tie dye

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, May 12 (seniors) and Thursday, May 14 (juniors).

Wednesday:  Tie Dye (lab will only be available after school)

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, May 12 (seniors) and Thursday, May 14 (juniors).

Thursday:     Dye shirts for tie dye (lab is not available today)

HOMEWORK: Study for final exam (non-AP test takers only)

Friday:          Final exam for non-AP test takers. Multiple Choice portion: 33 questions.

HOMEWORK: Study for final exam

 

 

May 18 – 22

Monday:       Final exam for non-AP test takers. Free Response portion: 4 multi-part questions.

HOMEWORK: Study for exam

Tuesday:       nothing going on. All exams will be given.

HOMEWORK: Study for exam

Wednesday:  7th period exam…nothing going on. All exams will be given.

Thursday:     2, 4, 6 period exams

Friday:          1, 3, 5 period exams

 

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APPLICATIONS OF AQUEOUS EQUILIBRIA
Chapter 15

Topics to Know
Common Ion Effect, Buffers, Buffered Solutions, Titrations, Titration Curves, Indicators, Ksp

Concepts to Know
Recall the definition of a buffer
Understand and how a buffer works
Be able to identify and calculate the pH of a buffer solution
Understand the techniques and procedures associated with titrations
Be able to sketch titration curves and be able to suggest a suitable indicator for a particular titration
Understand the hydrolysis of salts and the effect this has on pH
Understand the meaning of the term ‘equivalence point’
Understand how indicators work

To Do
Read Chapter 15, pages 681-739
Ch. 15 Problem set (due April 17): 23, 25, 33, 35, 37, 39, 45, 51, 55, 65, 77, 81, 91, 97

Videos to Watch
The Common Ion Effect: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUtSIDu8-6M&list=PLZbtLo_n3SRZqrj_Ewct-BbvWK2PeSwhk
Calculating the pH of strong acids and strong bases: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= bGtOLRnGNy8&list=PLA612E669DD96FAE4
Calculate the pH of a weak acid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYa_xpzxToE&list= PLA612E669DD96FAE4
Calculate the pH of a weak base: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdlJ1x4Gfl0&list= PLA612E669DD96FAE4
Titration Curve: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6N6HOekQck&list=PLZbtLo_n3SRZqrj_Ewct-BbvWK2PeSwhk
The Solubility Equilibria of Salts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RJQvLwNU5g&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZqrj_Ewct-BbvWK2PeSwhk

Schedule of Topics – REVISED x2
April 13-17
Monday: Equations Quiz; Common Ion Effect, Buffered Solutions

Notes:  Aqueous Equilibria notes

PowerPoint for all notes: Aqueous EQ – web

HOMEWORK: Buffered Solutions  Buffered Solns

Tuesday: Buffering Capacity, Titration Curves
HOMEWORK: Acid and Base Titration Acid and Base Titration

Wednesday: Titration Curves, Indicators, Ksp
HOMEWORK: Titration and Ksp  Titration and Ksp

Thursday: LAB: Preparation of a Buffered Solution  Buffered Solution lab
HOMEWORK: Lab due Wednesday, April 30

Friday:  Catch up notes day

HOMEWORK:  whatever we have not gotten to.

April 20-21

Monday: , Catch up notes day
HOMEWORK: Acid and Base Titration Acid and Base Titration

Tuesday: Catch up notes day, work on lab
HOMEWORK: ration and Ksp  Titration and Ksp

Wednesday:  SLO

HOMEWORK:  Aqueous Equilibria Free Response  Aqueous EQ Free Response

Tuesday: Homework Check over problem set, Review for test, work on lab  Aqueous Equilibria Review
HOMEWORK: Study for test

Friday: Applications of Aqueous Equilibrium Test
HOMEWORK: Start going through your index cards and Free Response packet.

 

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ACIDS AND BASES
Chapter 14

Topics to Know

Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowery definitions, Conjugate acid and base pairs, strong and weak acids, Ka. Kb. Kw, pH, pOH, [H+], [OH ], percent dissociation, polyprotic acids, acid-base reactions.
Concepts to Know
• Know and apply Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry Definitions of acids and bases and apply on specific examples.
• Recognize acids and bases in reactions and identify the conjugate partner of each.
• Recognize common monoprotic and polyprotic acids and bases and write balanced equations for their ionization in water.
• Understand and explain on the molecular bases what makes some acids strong while others weak; all acids and oxyacids.
• Define acid/conjugate base pairs in a reaction as well as write formulas for conjugate acids and conjugate bases of specific compounds or ions.
• Know and apply definitions of amphiprotic and amphoteric.
• Understand the concept of water autoionization, what the hydronium ion (H3O+) represents. Use the water ionization constant, Kw.
• Identify if a compound or ion is a strong or weak acid or base.
• Write equilibrum constant expressions for weak acids and weak bases.
• Understand that weak acids can be molecules (like acetic acid), cations (NH4+) or hydrated metal cations [Fe(H2O)6]3+ or anions (HCO3-).
• Understand the relationship between Ka for a weak acid and Kb for its conjugate base.
• Write hydrolysis reactions for any acid, base (strong or weak) or to show that a specific ion or compound is an acid and/or base.
• Write equations for acid-base reactions and decide whether they are product favored or reactant-favored.
• Predict if a solution of a compound/salt/ion is acidic or basic.
• Calculate the [H+], [OH-], pH and pOH of any solution containing a weak or strong acid or base (including salts).
• Calculate Ka or Kb of any species (usually the conjugate acid or conjugate base) using Kw.
• Use pH, %ionization and concentration of a compound or ion to calculate pH, pOH, Ka, and/or Kb of this species.
• Calculate the pH of a mixture of weak acid (or weak base) and its conjugate base (or conjugate acid).
• Calculate the [H+], [OH-], pH and pOH after know volumes of known concentrations (therefore known moles) of strong acids and strong bases are mixed, strong acids and weak bases are mixed or weak acids and strong bases are mixed.
• Calculate the pH of a solution of a polyprotic acid or base.

To Do

Read Chapter 14, pages 623-672
Ch. 14 Problem set (due April 3): 28, 29, 33, 43, 47, 53, 61, 63, 65, 77, 79, 85, 95, 103

Videos to Watch

Acids and Bases Intro, Part One: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KasfDV04Xsg&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Acids and Bases Intro, Part Two: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2_OjEiRPFQ&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Weak Acid ICE tables: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2_OjEiRPFQ&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Percent Dissociation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqs9GEIsytg&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Weak Bases ICE tables: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaZ73HvwAHM&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Polyprotic Acids: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hlyXMMYORc&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV
Properties of Salts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQHEW0IFJxM&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZWaitNwCawMq7pnf1FHswV

Schedule of Topics

March 20
Friday: Acids and Bases Basics

Notes:  Acids and Bases Notes

Powerpoint of all notes:  Acids and Bases – Web

HOMEWORK: Acid and Base Free Response I  Acid and Base FR I

March 24-27

Tuesday: Ka. Kb. Kw, pH, pOH, [H+], [OH ], percent dissociation
HOMEWORK: pH, pOH, [H+], [OH ], weak acids and bases  pH Ka Handout

Wednesday: LAB: Determination of Ka of Weak Acids  Determination of Ka
HOMEWORK: Lab due Thursday, April 2

Thursday: More on Ka and Kb, percent dissociation, polyprotic acids
HOMEWORK: Acid and Base Free Response II  Acid and Base FR II

Friday: Homework Check over Problem set,

HOMEWORK: Acid and Base Multiple Choice

March 30 – April 3

Monday: Review for test  Acids and Bases Review

HOMEWORK: Study for test

Tuesday:  Acids and Bases Test
HOMEWORK: Look over equations packet

Wednesday: Equations Review
HOMEWORK: Study equations quiz

Thursday: Equations Review
HOMEWORK: Study for equations quiz

Friday: Equation Quiz
HOMEWORK: Look over chapter 15, Applications of Aqueous Solutions

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KINETICS

Topics to Know

Collision theory, factors affecting the rate of a reaction, Maxwell Boltzman Distribution plot, energy profile plot, average reaction rate, differential rate law, integrated rate law, reaction mechanisms, catalysts.

Concepts to Know

  • Be able to recall AND understand Collision Theory
  • Be able to recall AND understand how temperature, concentration, surface area and catalysts affect a rate of reaction
  • Understand AND be able to interpret a Maxwell-Boltzman distribution plot
  • Understand AND be able to interpret an energy profile plot
  • Be able to deduce orders, rate equations and rate constants (including units) from initial rate data
  • Understand the link between the rate determining (slow step) in a reaction mechanism and the rate equation
  • Understand AND be able to interpret graphical data relating to rates

 

To Do

Read Chapter 12, pages 527-566

Ch. 12 Problem set (due March 19):  11, 25, 27, 29, 31, 32, 33, 51

 

Videos to Watch

Kinetics Basics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZ6uDU8sKLM&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Differential Rate Law I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sddo8qAScxM&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Differential Rate Law II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sddo8qAScxM&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Integrated Rate Law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeS4DOFP9Zo&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Reaction Mechanisms:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWbBciv3xBg&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Model for Kinetics:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVsWEqzQMgs&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

Catalysis and Potential Energy:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yKDPAA7MA4&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRZyER3WMJ_y8-w3bBGeT4jt

 

Schedule of Topics

March 11-13

Wednesday:         Chemical Reaction Rates, Differential Rate Law

The Kinetics notes packet: Kinetics Notes 2015

Powerpoint of lectures: Kinetics – web

HOMEWORK:  Kinetics Free Response I   Kinetics FR I

Thursday:         Practice (Kinetics Free Response II  Kinetics FR II), Integrated Rate Law

HOMEWORK: Kinetics Free Response III

Kinetics FR III - Front

Kinetics FR III - Back

Friday:       Professional Talk with graduate chemist

March 16-20

Monday:    Reaction Mechanisms, Catalysis

HOMEWORK: Kinetics Free Response IV  Kinetics FR IV

Tuesday:        LAB: Kinetics: Experimental Determination of Rate LawThe Iodine Clock Reaction – AP

HOMEWORK:  Lab is due Wednesday, March 25

Wednesday:            LAB: Kinetics: Experimental Determination of Rate Law

HOMEWORK:  Lab is due Wednesday, March 25

Thursday:         Homework check over problem set, Review for test  Kinetics Review

HOMEWORK:  Complete Review packet , study for test

OPTIONAL HOMEWORK: Kinetics Free Response V

Kinetics FR V-FrontKinetics FR V-Back

Monday:        Kinetics test

HOMEWORK:  next chapter – Acids and Bases

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THERMODYNAMICS

Topics to Know

Enthalpy, Entropy, spontaneous reaction, Second law of Thermodynamics, Third Law of Thermodynamics, Free Energy 

Concepts to Know

  • Understand and be able to apply the concept of entropy both in descriptive and calculation contexts.
  • Understand and be able to apply the concept of Gibbs free energy both in descriptive and calculation contexts.
  • Know the relationship of change in free energy to equilibrium constants and electrode Potentials

 

To Do

Read Chapter 16, pages 748-781

Ch. 16 Problem set (due March 11):  24, 25, 29, 33, 37, 39, 45, 51, 57, 62

Videos to Watch

Thermodynamics I, Enthalpy and Entropy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRg2s2X8ed4&list =PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Thermodynamics II, Enthalpy and Entropy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= XUzn15CKvEs&list=PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Thermodynamics III, Enthalpy and Entropy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= HdGu1WPP9mY&list=PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Thermodynamics IV, Enthalpy and Entropy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= k4EMwiByd80&list=PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Thermodynamics 2, Thermodynamic Calculations I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= p898BLj6SXI&list=PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Thermodynamics 2, Thermodynamic Calculations II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= S0U6aMRw81M&list=PLP24P3yfORxDvl6raS5_8u409SQGFif5K

Schedule of Topics

March 2-6

Monday:          Entropy

Powerpoint: Thermodynamics – web

Notes: Thermodynamics Notes 

HOMEWORK:  Thermodynamics Free Response I   Thermodynamics FR I

Tuesday:    Gibbs Free Energy

HOMEWORK: Entropy, Enthalpy, and Free Energy        Entropy and Free Energy

Wednesday:        Putting it all together

HOMEWORK:  Thermodynamics Free Response II  Thermodynamics FR II

Thursday:             LAB: Thermodynamics – Enthalpy of Reaction and Hess’ Law  Thermodynamics – enthalpy and Hess Lab

HOMEWORK:  Lab is due Friday, March 13

Friday:          LAB: Thermodynamics – Enthalpy of Reaction and Hess’ Law

HOMEWORK:  Lab is due Friday, March 13

March 9-10

Monday:          Homework check over problem set, Review for test

HOMEWORK:  Complete review packet, study for test.

OPTIONAL: Thermodynamics Free Response III Thermodynamics FR III

Equations Packet:  Equation Packet – Brim-Meriwether

Tuesday:        Thermodynamics test

HOMEWORK:  next chapter – Kinetics; start reviewing equations

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 THERMOCHEMISTRY

Topics to Know

Potential energy, kinetic energy, Enthalpy, energy and work, First law of Thermodynamics, state function, balancing thermochemical equations, Hess’s Law

Concepts to Know

  • Differentiate between potential energy and kinetic energy.
  • Explain what is meant by a system and its surroundings.
  • State the 1st Law of Thermodynamics.
  • Apply the 1st Law of Thermodynamics quantitatively.
  • Explain what is meant by a state function.
  • Describe enthalpy and balance thermochemical equations.
  • Calculate enthalpy changes in physical and chemical processes.
  • Use Hess’s Law to calculate heat of reaction for multi-step reactions.
  • Write out heat of formation equations and use heat of formation to calculate heat of reaction.

 

To Do

Read Chapter 6, pages 228-265

Ch. 6 Problem set (due February 28):  21, 26, 29, 35, 38, 51, 57, 59, 61, 67, 71

Videos to Watch

Energy, Work, and Heat:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-imKJkXuF8w&list=PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Calorimetry, Enthalpy, Energy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGc_bPHQH1I&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Heat Capacity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXO7NO24ulQ&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Thermochemical Stoichiometry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo3mj_U5RL4&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Hess’s Law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMJedVhIJ1w&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Heat of Formation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZmOw3rhhAc&list= PLZbtLo_n3SRYyKKMV-s-pLugpw6MATG3o

Schedule of Topics

February 12-13

Thursday:        Energy, Work, and Heat

HOMEWORK: Energy, Work, and Heat  Energy Work Heat

Friday:           Enthalpy

HOMEWORK: Enthalpy  Enthalpy

February 17-20

Tuesday:              SNOW DAY

Wednesday:         Bond Energies

HOMEWORK: work on problem set, read through lab

Thursday:    The Hand Warmer Challenge: Where does the heat come from?  Hand Warmer lab

HOMEWORK: Lab due Friday, February 27

Friday:        The Hand Warmer Challenge: Where does the heat come from?

HOMEWORK: Lab due Friday, February 27

February 23-24

Monday:            Homework check of problem set

HOMEWORK: Thermochemistry Practice  Thermochem Practice

Tuesday:         Review for test

HOMEWORK: Study for test  Thermochemistry Review

Wednesday:         Test over chapter 6

HOMEWORK: Look at chapter 16, Thermodynamics

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PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS

Topics to Know

Types of Solutions, Solubility Factors, Concentration Expressions, Raoult’s Law:  Vapor Pressure, Non-Ideal solutions, Colloids 

Concepts to Know

  • Understand the properties of solutions.
  • Be able to perform calculations relating to molarity, mole fraction, mass percent, and molality.
  • Describe the factors that affect solubility.
  • Understand the process of solution formation.
  • Understand and be able to perform calculations relating to the Beer-Lambert law.
  • Understand the concept of vapor pressure.
  • Be able to relate changes (both quantitative and qualitative) in vapor pressure to addition of non-volatile solutes to solvents (Raoult’s Law).
  • Understand and recall Raoult’s Law in terms of ideal solutions of two volatile components AND deviations from ideal behavior.
  • Be able to recall and use equations relating to quantitative treatments of Boiling Point Elevation, Freezing Point Depression, Osmotic Pressure and the van’t Hoff factor.
  • Be familiar with colloids and how they differ from solutions.

To Do 

Read Chapter 11, pages 484-517

Ch. 11 Problem set (due February 6):  25, 31, 37, 43, 45, 48, 55, 58, 61, 64, 66, 74, 75

Videos to Watch 

Defining Solutions:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hFmEQd3ozsY&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627

Calculating Concentrations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZKIeFiOP34&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627

Molality, Mass Percent, Mole Fraction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71dlylG3deo&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627

Solution Stoichiometry review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IMD0sJ3Tew&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627

Dissociation into Ions:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZKIeFiOP34&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627

Colligative Properties: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZKIeFiOP34&list=PL9BA622AA8D49F627 

Schedule of Topics 

January 29-30

Thursday:    Types of Solutions, Solubility factors, Concentration Expressions    Solutions notes

Powerpoint of all lectures:  Solutions – web

HOMEWORK:  Properties of Solutions I  SOLUTIONS I

Friday:        Colligative Properties

HOMEWORK:  Properties of Solutions II  SOLUTIONS II

February 2-6

Monday:             Colligative Properties, Colloids

HOMEWORK:  Properties of Solutions III  PROPERTIES OF SOLUTIONS III

Tuesday:          LAB:  Analysis of Food Dyes in Beverages  Dyein to Know Ya lab

HOMEWORK: Lab due Thursday, February 12

Wednesday:          LAB:  Analysis of Food Dyes in Beverages

HOMEWORK: Lab due Thursday, February 12

Thursday:        LAB:  Analysis of Commercial Bleach  Analysis of Commercial Bleach

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, February 17

Friday:    Homework check over bookwork, practice

HOMEWORK:  Solution Free Response  SOLUTIONS FREE RESPONSE

February 9-11

Monday:        LAB:  Analysis of Commercial Bleach  Analysis of Commercial Bleach

HOMEWORK: Lab due Tuesday, February 17

Tuesday:             Review for test Solutions Review

HOMEWORK: Study for test

Wednesday:          Test

HOMEWORK: Labs due Thursday, Feb. 12 and Tuesday, February 17

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LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS

Topics to Know

Dipole-Dipole forces, Hydrogen bonding, London Dispersion Forces, surface tension, capillary action, viscosity, crystalline solid, amorphous solid, lattice, metallic bonding, network covalent solid, molecular solid, ionic solid, vapor pressure, enthalpy of vaporization or fusion, phase diagram

Concepts to Know

  • Describe characteristic properties of gases, liquids, and solids with respect to the kinetic molecular theory of matter.
  • Understand the essential difference between intra and inter bonding.
  • Understand the occurrence, relative strength and nature of dipole-dipole interactions, London dispersion forces and hydrogen bonds.
  • Understand how solid structure influences properties.
  • Understand the nature of liquids.
  • Understand the concept of vapor pressure.
  • Describe a phase diagram and a heating curve.

To Do

Read Chapter 10, pages 424-473

Ch. 10 Problem set (due January 28): 29, 33, 35, 40, 61, 71, 81, 84, 87, 91, 92

Videos to Watch

Phases of Matter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkAyG_the-k

Crystalline Solids: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7UEIIft30g

Vapor Pressure and Phase Diagrams:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slREpVwWBtY

Schedule of Topics

January 16

Friday:    IMFs, liquids  Notes for the unit:Liquid – Solid notes

PowerPoint for all concepts:  Liquids and Solids – Web

HOMEWORK:  Liquids and Solids Free Response I  LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS FREE RESPONSE I

January 21-23

Wednesday:        Solids

HOMEWORK: Liquids and Solids Free Response II  LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS FREE RESPONSE II

Thursday:            Vapor pressure, changing phases, phase diagram

HOMEWORK:  Liquids and Solids Free Response III  LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS FREE RESPONSE III

Friday:         Practice – Multiple Choice for Liquids and Solids  Liquids & Solids (AP MC)

HOMEWORK: Multiple Choice for Liquids and Solids

January 26-28

Monday:         Homework check over problem set, practice

HOMEWORK: Liquids and Solids Free Response IV  LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS FREE RESPONSE IV

Tuesday:    Review for test

HOMEWORK: Study for test

Wednesday:         TEST over chapter 10

HOMEWORK:  Review Solutions

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PROPERTIES OF GASES

Topics to Know

Pressure, Boyle’s Law, Charle’s Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law, Avogadro’s Law, Combined Gas Law, Ideal Gas Law, Dalton’s law of Partial Pressures, standard conditions, gas stoichiometry, KMT, velocity of gases, effusion, diffusion, Graham’s Law of Effusion, real gases versus ideal gases, van der Waals equation.

Concepts to Know

  • Be able to convert between different units of pressure.
  • Be able to convert between different units of temperature.
  • Recall and be able to use Boyle’s law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use Charles’ law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use Gay-Lussac’s law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use Avogadro’s law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use the Combined Gas Law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use the Ideal gas law in calculations.
  • Recall and be able to use Dalton’s law of partial pressures in calculations.
  • Recall the conditions that are used as standard in calculations.
  • Be able to use molar gas volume in calculations.
  • Understand the Kinetic Molecular theory as applied to gases.
  • Understand the concept of the root-mean-square-velocity of gases.
  • Understand the terms effusion and diffusion and be able to perform calculations relating to those concepts.
  • Be able to discuss how real gases deviate in behavior from ideal gases.
  • Understand the van der Waals equation (modified ideal gas law) in calculations.

To Do

Read Chapter 5, pages 178-216

Ch. 5 Problem set (due January 14): 33, 35, 39, 42, 44, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 58, 61, 66, 69, 72, 86

Videos to Watch

Pressure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-us3XbO-MPs

Barometers:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ad2fEADrf2g

Gas Laws:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSiEFv0LN3w

Ideal gas Law: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGKa1ppFHz0

Molar mass of a gas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfnNjmVV0hw

Dalton’s Law of partial Pressurehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MghR6h1bTM

Gas Stoichiometry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCchFZstm_w

Effusion, Diffusion, and Real Gaseshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjabKbRtbv8

Kinetic-Molecular Theory, Root Mean Square velocity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3sCz3cV0jQ

Schedule of Topics

January 6-9

Tuesday:    Syllabus, Second semester schedule, pressure, Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law, and Avogadro’s Law.  The PowerPoint for the three days of notes:  Properties of gases – web

HOMEWORK:  Gas Laws Practice, GAS LAWS PRACTICE I; Problem set due January 16

Wednesday:        Ideal Gas law, Gas Stoichiometry, Calculating Density

HOMEWORK: Gas Laws Practice II GAS LAW PRACTICE II

Thursday:             Dalton’s law of partial Pressures, Kinetic Molecular Theory, Graham’s Law of Effusion and Diffusion, Real vs. Ideal Gases.

HOMEWORK:  Gas Laws Practice III  Gas Laws Practice III

Friday:          Practice Free Response for Gas laws

HOMEWORK: Gas Laws Free Response I  Gas Laws Free response I

January 12-16

Monday:          LAB:  Determination of the Molar Mass of Volatile Liquids  MM of a Volatile Liquid

HOMEWORK: Lab due Wednesday, January 21

Tuesday:    LAB:  Determination of the Molar Mass of Volatile Liquids

HOMEWORK: Lab due Wednesday, January 21

Wednesday:        Homework check over problem set, practice

HOMEWORK: Gas Laws Free Response II,  2006 #3 and 2003 #2

Thursday:              Review for test  Gases – Review

HOMEWORK: Study for test

Friday:             Begin Liguids and Solids content

January 20

Tuesday:          TEST over chapter 5

HOMEWORK: Review liquids and solids, lab due Wednesday

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CHEMICAL BONDING

Concepts to know

  • Understand that when forming chemical bonds atoms are attempting to form more stable electronic configurations.
  • Understand the concept of electronegativity.
  • Understand that differences in electronegativity in covalent molecules causes dipoles and some ionic character in covalent compounds
  • Understand that ionic bonding and covalent bonding are at two ends of a sliding scale of bond type.
  • Understand that polarization caused by small highly charged cations leads to ionic compounds exhibiting some covalent character
  • Understand the concept of ionic bonding and the nature of the ionic bond.
  • Understand the concept of covalent bonding and nature of the covalent bond.
  • Be able to draw Lewis structures.
  • Understand the concept of resonance related to Lewis structures.
  • Understand the concept of formal charge related to Lewis structures.
  • Be able to predict the shape of, and bond angles in, simple molecules and ions using VSEPR theory.
  • Understand the concept of the coordinate covalent bond related to Lewis structures.
  • Be able to predict the shapes of simple molecules and ions using Lewis structures
  • Understand when molecules exhibit polarity
  • Describe the formation of sigma and pi bonds and determine sigma and pi bonds in any given molecule.
  • Describe covalent bond formation in terms of overlap of atomic orbitals.
  • Understand and be able to identify different types of orbital hybridization.

To Do

Read Chapter 8, pages 329-381 and Chapter 9, pages 390-403

Ch. 8 Problem set (due December 9): 20, 22, 25, 27, 32, 39, 67a-e, 74, 84, 87a-e, 90, 92, 96, 100, 114

Ch. 9 Problem set (due December 9): 15, 18, 20, 21 (#67 only), 27a-f, 33

Videos to Watch

Electronegativity and Types of Bonds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKGkCbH2wxY Or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGyITZmkloA&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Polar or Dipole Moments: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY6LPts8MsU&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Lattice Energy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMSEMSsI550 OR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_nf7JmB9iI&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Bond Energy calculations: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ih11AH0lEZY&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

LE Bonding model and Lewis structures: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ks0vnq17H8s

Lewis diagrams: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vDwEJs4YWs&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajwr2rZ3m4s&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX3tRAEAhVY&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Lewis structures of polyatomic ions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgM5OY9U9PI&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Exceptions, resonance, and formal charge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2umwd9Z_IVs OR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIjFEYNN3qg&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

Formal charge: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVEvkiCh1mQ&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbFBU2htDPk&list=PL4A2CC0BDAD15594F

VSEPR: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh5dx9zlX3I

Orbital hybridization:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z24942I0h-8

Sigma and Pi bonds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcSPPKESpwc

Schedule of Topics

November 19-21

Wednesday        Types of Bonds, Electronegativity and bond type, dipole moments, energy effects in ionic compounds

Notes for the entire chapter

Powerpoint for the notes:  Chemical Bonding One – web

HOMEWORK:  Chemical Bonding handout due Friday  Chemical bonding practice

Thursday            Covalent bonding, LE bonding model, Lewis structures, exceptions

HOMEWORK: LE and Lewis Structures handout  LE and LEWIS STRUCTURES

Friday         Resonance structures, formal charge, VSEPR

HOMEWORK: Resonance and Octet Exceptions due tomorrow  Resonance and Octet Exceptions

December 1-5

Monday         VSEPR, molecular polarity  VESPR Table

HOMEWORK: VSEPR I due tomorrow  VSEPR I

Tuesday     Practice – VESPR II, Chemical Bonding I Free Response I  VSEPR II  CHEMICAL BONDING I FREE RESPONSE

HOMEWORK: finish Free Response, due Friday, December 5

Wednesday        LAB: What’s in the Bottle

Lab handout What’s in the Bottle

Powerpoint for lab – last slide is of the potential unknowns  What’s in the Bottle – Web

HOMEWORK: Lab due December 12

Thursday           LAB:  What’s in the Bottle

HOMEWORK: Lab due December 12

Friday          Hybridization

Powerpoint for lecture: Chemical Bonding II – web

HOMEWORK:  VSEPR and Hybridization  VSEPR and hybridization

December 8-12

Monday      Practice  Chemical Bonding II Free response A

HOMEWORK:  Chemical Bonding II Free Response B  Chemical Bonding II Free Response B

Tuesday      Homework check over problem set, practice

HOMEWORK: Chemical Bonding I Free Response II due tomorrow CHEMICAL BONDING I FREE RESPONSE

Wednesday          Review for test  Chem Bonding Review 2014, Chem Bonding I Review – table

HOMEWORK: Study for test

Thursday     Test over Chapter 8, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

HOMEWORK: Study for Final AP Final Exam Review

Friday           Free Response 2000, #1 and 2 given for homework to practice.

It can be found at the AP Central site:  http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/members/exam/exam_information/157008.html

HOMEWORK: Study for Final;  Free Response 2000, #1 and 2 only.

December 15-19

Monday          Review for final – homework check over exam review problems

HOMEWORK: Study for Final

Powerpoint for the review:  FINAL EXAM REVIEW – Web

Tuesday          Review for Final

HOMEWORK: Study for Final

Wednesday     Final Exam seventh period

HOMEWORK:  Multiple Choice Review, Part One, due Wednesday, January 7

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ATOMIC STRUCTURE AND PERIODICITY, Chapter 7

Topics to know

Electromagnetic radiation, nature of matter, the Bohr Model, the Quantum Mechanical Model of the atom, orbital energies and shapes, electron spin, the history of the periodic table,  electron configuration and orbital diagrams, periodic trends: ionization energy, electron affinity, electronegativity, atomic radii, ionic radii, family trends.

Objectives for Unit

1.     Understand the Bohr model of the atom.

2.     Understand how line emission spectra are formed.

3.     Appreciate that the electron can be considered to have wave like properties as well as particle type properties.

4.     Understand and use equations that relate the Energy, frequency, speed and wavelength of waves.

5.     Understand the concept of electrons in shells and the use of quantum numbers.

6.     Understand the use of the terms s, p, d and f and their use in orbital notation.

7.     Recall and understand the rules for filling orbitals and determining electronic configuration, including the Pauli Exclusion Principle, Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity and notable exceptions. (No need to memorize the exceptions – but be able to explain them.)

8.     Be able to construct the electronic configuration of the elements using the s, p and d and f notation as well as the shorthand configuration using the noble gases

9.     Be able to construct the electronic configuration of simple ions (including d block ions).

10.   Recall the shapes of the s, p and d orbitals.

11.   Recall that orbitals are electron probability maps.

12.   Be able to describe electronic configurations using the electrons in orbital diagram (box) notation.

13.   Recall the meanings of the terms paramagnetic, diamagnetic and isoelectronic.

To Do

Read Chapter 7, pages 274-319

Ch. 7 Problem set (due November 10): 31, 33, 37, 41, 44, 45, 49, 51, 57, 58, 67, 69, 73, 80, 85, 87, 89, 93, 95, 99

Videos to Watch

Planck’s Constant: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTnpb9YPrQs

Photoelectric Effect: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qKrOF-gJZ4

Atomic Emission Spectra: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEg8be6zQgA

Bohr Model: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7OKPaKr5QM  OR http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45KGS1Ro-sc

The Wave Mechanical Model of the Atom:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1bpG1lEjJfY

Paramagnetism and diamagnetism: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dVWtvG9ztMQ

Quantum numbers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oK6K68ADKDA&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLD16C5E9C8EA3D621

Writing Quantum numbers for electrons: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4fklbnHTYY&list=PLD16C5E9C8EA3D621

Electron Configuration and Orbital Diagrams: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xHRV48oC80&list=PLD16C5E9C8EA3D621

Periodic Trends: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3qbooMh6Fc

 

Schedule of Topics

October 31

Friday          Electromagnetic Radiation through Bohr Atomic Structure-Periodicity Notes

HOMEWORK:  Atomic Structure Practice handout  Atomic Structure Practice

November 3-7

Monday     Quantum Mechanical Model through Pauli, Hund, and Quantum Numbers

HOMEWORK: Atomic Structure Practice II handout  Atomic Structure Practice II

Tuesday         Determining Quantum Numbers, Electron Configuration, and Orbital Diagrams for atoms and ions.

HOMEWORK: Quantum Numbers, Electron Configuration, and Orbital Diagrams for Atoms and Ions  QNumbers EConfig Orbital

Wednesday    Periodic trends lab  Trending – Periodicity lab

HOMEWORK:  Lab due November 13

Thursday    Periodic trends lab

HOMEWORK:  Lab due November 13

Friday             Periodic Trends

HOMEWORK: Atomic Structure and Periodicity Free Response  Free response 1980 1987 1997

 PowerPoint for the notes: Atomic Structure and Periodicity – web

November 10-14

Monday           Homework Check – chapter 7, Practice

HOMEWORK: Periodic Trends Free Response II (Ap Free Response – 2005 7cd and 2006 8abcd; download from AP Central website.)

Tuesday          Review for test

HOMEWORK:  Review and study for test

Wednesday     Test

HOMEWORK: Review bonding

Thursday        Organic Nomenclature

HOMEWORK: Work on packet

Friday        Organic Nomenclature

HOMEWORK: Work on packet

November 17-18

Monday           Organic Nomenclature

HOMEWORK: Work on packet

Tuesday          Organic Quiz

HOMEWORK:  Review chapters 8-9

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ELECTROCHEMISTRY, Chapter 17

Concepts to know

1.  Recall the definition of oxidation and reduction in terms of electrons.

2.  Understand and recall the definition of standard electrode potential.

3.  Understand and recall how to construct a cell diagram (line notation) and draw a diagram (picture) of the apparatus needed.

4.  Recall the conditions that standard electrode potentials are measured under.

5.  Understand the nature and purpose of a salt bridge.

6.  Be able to predict the likelihood or otherwise of chemical reactions using standard electrode potentials and understand how those predictions may not prove to be accurate.

7.  Understand and use the Nernst equation.

8.  Understand the relationship between Gibbs free energy, equilibrium constant and Ecell, and be able to perform related calculations.

9.  Understand electrolysis and be able to perform quantitative calculations relating to it.

To Do

Read Chapter 17, pages 790-828

Ch. 17 Problem set (due October 29): 25, 27, 29, 31, 36, 37, 45, 51, 52, 55, 57, 65, 69, 71, 77, 79

Videos to Watch

Galvanic Cells: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/chemistry/oxidation-reduction/v/galvanic-cells

Galvanic Cells: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NkV1VRNYpM

Good short electrochemical cell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0VUsoeT9aM

Standard Reduction Potential: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjBDp8kqqbI

Gibbs Free Energy, Electrical Work, and Cell Potential: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPMhVBCmFpY

Nernst and Concentration Dependency: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuE9XDgxTkE

 

 

Schedule of Topics

October 9-10

Thursday:  Solutions Free Response

HOMEWORK:  finish free response

Friday:  Look at the solutions to the Free Response

HOMEWORK:  NONE!

October 13-17

Monday:  No school!

Tuesday:  Galvanic Cells, standard reduction potentials, line notation

HOMEWORK:  Electrochemical Cell Practice  Electrochemical Cell Practice

Here are the notes for the chapter: Electrochemistry Notes

Standard Reduction Potential Chart – text: Text Std Reduction Pot Chart  and AP Central: AP Std Reduction Pot Chart

Wednesday: Cell potential, Electrical work, and free energy

HOMEWORK: Electrochemistry Free Response and Practice  Electro FR and Practice

Thursday: Effect of concentration, Nerst Equation, Applications of galvanic cells

HOMEWORK: Nernst and Concentration  Nernst and Concentration

Friday: Electrolysis, Electrolytic cells, applications

HOMEWORK: Electrolysis Practice  Electrolysis Free Response

Also do the pre-lab for the lab Monday: Galvanic Cell – pre lab

October 20-24

Monday: Galvanic Cell lab

HOMEWORK: Lab due October 28

Lab Directions:Galvanic Cell lab directions

Lab Data and Results sheet: Galvanic Cell lab data table

Tuesday: Galvanic Cell lab

HOMEWORK: Lab due October 28

Wednesday: Practice – AP Free Response 2000, #2 and 2004, #6

HOMEWORK: Electrochemistry Practice

Thursday: Electrolysis Lab  Electrolytic Cell lab

HOMEWORK: Electrolysis lab due November 3

Friday: Electrolysis Lab

HOMEWORK: Electrolysis lab due November 3

October 27-29

Monday: Homework Check over Ch. 17 problem set

HOMEWORK: Electrochemistry Free Response 2005, #8d

Tuesday: Review for Electrochemistry Test  Electrochem review

HOMEWORK:  Study for test!

Wednesday: Electrochemistry Test

HOMEWORK: Gavlanic Cell Lab due tomorrow

Monday, November 3: Electrolytic Cell lab due

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Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry

Topics to Know

Water the common solvent, Strong and weak electrolytes, Composition of solutions, Solution Stoichiometry, Types of Chemical Reactions: Precipitation, net ionic, acid-base, oxidation-reduction

To Do

Read Chapter 4, pages 126-177

Ch. 4 Problem set (due October 6):    22, 24, 25, 28, 30, 38, 40, 47, 50, 60, 62, 63, 65, 68, 72, 74abc,76, 77

Videos to Watch

Practicing Precipitation and acid-base stoichiometry:

Writing Net ionic equations:

Writing Redox Reactions:

Schedule of Topics

September 23-26

Tuesday:                Water the common solvent, Strong and weak electrolytes, Composition of solutions (molarity, volume, ion, dilution calculations)

The unit notes:  Soln – Ch. 4 – notes

     HOMEWORK: Solution Calculations handout due Friday; problem set due October 6

Solutions Calculations handout: Soln Calculations

Wednesday:          Types of Chemical Reactions: Precipitation, net ionic

     HOMEWORK: Solubility and Net Ionic Equation Practice due Friday   Solubility and net ionic practice

     Here are the notes and practice I gave out to first year chemistry students on net-ionic equations: Net ionic notes – gifted

Thursday:              Work on Solution Calculations handout and Solutions Multiple Choice handout due Friday

Solutions Multiple Choice: Solutions Multiple Choice

Friday:                  Solution stoichiometry

     HOMEWORK: Solution Stoichiometry handout due Monday  Solution Stoichiometry

September 29 – October 3

Monday   Acid-base reactions, Neutralization reactions, titrations,

     HOMEWORK: Acid Base Reactions handout due Tuesday  Acid Base Reactions

Tuesday                Oxidation Reduction reactions

     HOMEWORK: Redox I handout due Friday,   Redox I    Prelab due Wednesday

Prelab sheet:  Test Tube Mystery prelab

Notes given to first year chemistry students on redox equations: Redox notes-gifted

Wednesday          Lab: Test Tube Mystery

      HOMEWORK: Lab due Thursday, October 9

Here are the lab sheets: Test Tube Mystery lab – student

Thursday             Lab: Test Tube Mystery

     HOMEWORK: Lab due Thursday, October 9

Friday                  Practice Redox

      HOMEWORK    Redox II handout due Monday   Redox II

October 6-8

Monday            HW CK: Ch. 4 problem set, Practice

     HOMEWORK: handout due Tuesday  Types of Rxn and Soln Stoich Multiple Choice

Tuesday         Review for test  Ch 4 Review

     HOMEWORK: study for test

Wednesday       Test

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CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM

Topics to know

Chemical Equilibrium; equilibrium constant, K; equilibrium positions; Equilibrium Expressions involving pressure; ICE calculations; Reaction Quotient, Q; Le Chatelier’s Principle.

To Do

Read Chapter 13, pages 579-611

Ch. 13 Problem set (due September 18): 17, 18, 20, 21, 24, 26, 27, 29ab, 33, 35, 38, 40, 41, 46, 48, 57, 58, 61, 63.

Videos to Watch

EQ position and constant:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bIjEc89bI0

EQ Pressure and Heterogeneous Equilibria:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6HEnMFQJGI

ICE Table – normal: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6nqtyOQ6e8&list=PL8C08CCD559540F12

ICE Table with small K: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnSTCBchSfs&list=PL8C08CCD559540F12

ICE table with quadratic equation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tT-2xk9ZG_A

Schedule of Topics

August 29

Friday:  chemical equilibrium, law of mass action, heterogeneous equilibria

   Here are the notes for the whole unit: EQnotes-AP

HOMEWORK: due Wednesday – K equation practiceI

September 3-5

Wednesday: Equilibrium expressions involving pressure; calculating K from Kp

   Here is the handout we did at the beginning of class Wednesday: K equation pressure practice

HOMEWORK: due Thursday – Equilibrium Exercise

Thursday: Reaction Quotient, Q

HOMEWORK: due Friday – Equilibrium Exercise II

Friday: Quiz over K, Kp, Q, Practice

   Here is the handout we did at the beginning of the period: Reaction Quotient practice

HOMEWORK: due Monday – 2000 Free response

September 8-12

Monday: ICE calculations

HOMEWORK: due Thursday – ICE EXERCISES I

Tuesday: Lab – Chemical Equilibrium: Finding a Constant, Kc

Fe and KSCN lab – web

HOMEWORK:  Lab due Wednesday, September 17

Wednesday: finish lab

HOMEWORK:  Lab due Wednesday, September 17

Thursday: Practice

HOMEWORK:  due Friday – ICE EXERCISES II

Friday: Le Chatelier’s Principle

HOMEWORK: due Wednesday – LeChatelier Practice I

September 15-19

Monday:  SLO  (This pretest date is subject to change based on the County calendar and when the SLO is made available.)

Tuesday: Lab – Can We Make the Colors of the Rainbow?

HOMEWORK:  lab due Wednesday, September 24

Wednesday: finish lab

HOMEWORK:  lab due Wednesday, September 24

Thursday: Homework Quiz over problem set; practice

HOMEWORK:  due Thursday – Le Chatelier Free Response

Friday: Review for test

Review packet: Chem Eq Review

September 22

Monday: Test over chapter 13

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Introduction, Matter, Atoms, Molecules, and Ions, and Stoichiometry

Topics to Know

Chapter 1: scientific method, units, measurements, significant figures, scientific notation, accuracy and precision, dimensional analysis, matter, classes (element, compound, mixture, solution), separation techniques.

Chapter 2: fundamental laws, atomic theory, atomic structure, ions, periodic table basics, nomenclature.

Chapter 3: mole, molar mass, percent composition, empirical and molecular formulas, balancing equations, stoichiometry, limiting reactant.

Videos to Watch

Significant Figures: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCJ76hz7jPM

Dimensional Analysis: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DsTg1CeWchc

Separation Techniques for Matter:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqLKPmGyXbE

Fundamental Laws: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiiyvzZBKT8

Atomic Theory: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXdWlnBlncM

Periodic Table Basics: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-Mor6RbR_s

Nomenclature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XUsOLaz3zY&list=PLDBEA95CB871EF1C4

and  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16agvZ8K2eM

The Mole: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEn0N4R2dqA

Problem Set to Do – Due Wednesday, August 27

Chapter 1: 20, 21, 24, 26, 28, 32, 33, 37, 43, 54, 63, 70, 73, 76, 82

Chapter 2: 17, 18, 22, 24, 25, 28, 44, 54, 61, 64, 65, 68, 78, 80, 82

Chapter 3: 22, 25, 28, 36, 39, 44, 54, 62, 68ab, 69, 82, 86, 91, 94, 102, 106

Schedule of Topics

August 11-15

Monday: Syllabus, Safety Contract, Communication form

   Gifted Syllabi – AP – Brim2014

Tuesday: Pretest

Wednesday: Metric units, measurements, significant figures, scientific notation

Powerpoint on first week info: Chapters 1-2.7-web

First year chemistry notes on metric measurements (Metric Notes), and significant figures and scientific notation (SciNote-SigFig Notes).

Thursday: Accuracy and precision, dimensional analysis.

First year chemistry notes on dimensional analysis (Dim-Ana-practice).

Friday: Atomic theory, atomic structure, periodic table basics.

First year chemistry notes on atomic theory and structure: Atom Theory notes

August 18-22

Monday: Nomenclature

First year chemistry notes on chemical nomenclature: Nomenclature notes

Tuesday: Quiz over first week topics; work on problem set due next Wednesday.

Wednesday: LAB: How much of a penny is zinc?

Penny Lab: Properties of a Penny Lab

HOMEWORK:  Lab due Wednesday

Thursday: Finish Penny lab; Mole, molar mass, percent composition, empirical formula, molecular formula practice

Handout: Mole thru molecular formula review

Friday: Mole, molar mass, percent composition, empirical formula, molecular formula

Notes on Empirical Formula through Percent Yield: Stoichio Notes

Powerpoint on Mole through Percent Yield: mole thru Stoichio

Free response 1991B and 1995: Stoichiometry1991B-1995B

August 25-29

Monday: Stoichiometry and limiting reactants, percent yield

Tuesday: LAB: Paper Chromatography

Paper Chromatography lab: Chromatography lab

Wednesday: Problem set due, quiz over homework

HOMEWORK:  Stoichiometry Practice  Stoichiometry Test Practice

Thursday: Review for test

Review packet: Ch 1-3 review

Friday: Start Equilibrium

Tuesday, September 2:  Test over chapters 1-3

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