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LoughmanCP1Chemistry Welcome to CP1 Chemistry! I hope that you enjoy Chemistry this year! I am looking forward to a fun and exciting year of a new way of teaching! Chemistry can be a challenging course for most students but I am hoping to make this a fun and exciting class for your son or daughter! This class is a mix of lecture, labs and class activities so there are many opportunities for your child to shine here! The monthly calendar can be found here on the website and all assignments are located on this calendar. All review sheets for each test are also posted here and each student is expected to print a review sheet, complete it and hand it in on the day of the test for extra credit. Students have the ability to check their grades and any missing work at all times at www.schoology.com. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Chapter 4 - Outline Chapter 4 – Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry 1. Solutions Introduction and Definitions Intermolecular Forces in Solutions Molarity and Solution Stoichiometry 2. 3. Acids Bases Neutralization Reactions and Salts 4. 5. Precipitation Reactions Solubility Rules Weak or Nonelectrolyte Forming Reactions Gas Forming Reactions 6. Definitions Oxidation of Metals by Acids/Salts The Activity Series
AP Chemistry Ch 4 1E2a. The number of atoms, molecules, or formula units in a given mass of substance can be calculated. 1E2b. The subscripts in a chemical formula represent the number of atoms of each type in a molecule. 1E2c. The coefficients in a balanced chemical equation represent the relative numbers of particles that are consumed and created when the process occurs. 1E2d. The concept of conservation of atoms plays an important role in the interpretation and analysis of many chemical processes on the macroscopic scale. 1E2e. C4 – Aqeuous Reactions -Worksheets, Assignments and Other Information | Mary Ellen Aleksza SPECIAL NOTE: MP2 will only cover Sections 4.1, 4.2 and part of 4.4 (Activity Series). MP 4 will cover Acid-Bases and REDOX RXN Chapter 4 Reading Guide: Honors-Chapter4 reading outline 4.1 General Properties of Aqueous Solutions4.2 Precipitation Reactions4.3 Acid-Base Reactions (MP4)4.4 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (most in MP4)4.5 Concentratrions of Solutions (MP3)4.6 Solution Stoichiometry and Chemical Analysis (MP3) Chapter 4 Review PPT: chapter_04au [Read-Only] [Compatibility Mode] Chapter 4 Review Topics Solutions process , Identify strong electrolytes, Solubility Rules, Write net ionic equations, Neutralization reaction and net ionic, Oxidation Numbers, Activity Series, Redox Reaction and net ionic equations, Molarity and solution concentration, & Preparation of solutions Additional Information/notes: Double & Single Replacement Reactions: Crash Course Chemistry-Precip RXNs- Worksheets/Assignments: Labs/Projects:
AP September - Mrs. Swan Science Wednesday September 11 Chapter 3: Stoichiometry: Calculations with Chemical Formulas and Equations · Balancing chemical equations · Types of chemical reactions: synthesis, decomposition, displacement, combustion... · Percent composition Thursday September 12 Chapter 3: Stoichiometry, continued · The mole, molar mass and the GMA map · Empirical and molecular formulas · Review Lab Safety protocols and Lab Equipment · Review Lab Safety and Lab Equipment for a quiz tomorrow Friday September 13 Lab safety quiz Introductions · Print Experiment 2: Determination of the Percent Water in a Compound from the Vernier Website and bring next class period · Study for lab safety quiz LAB: Determination of the Percent Water in a Compound (Vernier Experiment 2) · Lab procedures, data and observations should be recorded in your lab book· Published procedures can be stapled into lab book· Everyone should have their own record of the lab · Lab work/initial write-up Fish Bowl Football Game Roy Anderson Field 6:30-8:30 pm
2015-2016 Honors Chem Weekly Assignments - Ami LeFevre Unit 3: Stoichiometry3.1) I can use chemical formulas to create balanced equations and calculate values from those chemical formulas.a) I can balance chemical equations and interpret their meaning. b) I can classify and write equations for combination, decomposition, & combustionc) I can calculate formula weight, molecular weight, and molar massd) I can calculate percent composition given a chemical formulae) I can convert between the mass, moles, and number of particles of a substance. f) I can calculate empirical and molecular formulas. 3.2) I can perform stoichiometric calculations.a) I can use a balanced equation to calculate amounts of reactants and products for a reaction.b) I can identify a limiting reactant and determine the theoretical yield of the reaction.c) I can calculate the percent yield of a reaction. I can identify a precipitation reaction and determine the products of a precipitation reaction. I can use basic solubility rules to determine the states of products.
Thermochemistry - Mr. Scramling's Classes and More Unit 5 is Chapter 6 our book. Chapter 5 is about Thermochemistry. We will look at how heat change is an important part of a chemical reaction. This chapter is also a preview for a later chapter on Thermodynamics. Table Code: KA - Khan Academy. BZ - Bozeman Chemistry. TT - Teacher Tools. Q - Quizlet. Animation - A short clip usually under two minutes long. PPT - This is an abbreviation for PowerPoint. Podcasts - Podcasts are audio lectures on a topic. General Information & Reference PowerPoints & Podcasts Worksheets & Activities Quizlets Animations Movies Tutorials: Bozeman Science Tutorials: Khan Academy