- Hand in ch14 Notes and ch14 Review Worksheet (marked and corrections done! Show what you have learned!)
- Ch14 Test
- What??? No homework this weekend? Enjoy Mole Day on October 23 from 6:02am to 6:02pm.
4. Do: Finish ch14 notes and do ch14 review worksheet
5. Tues Oct 17: Quiz on Reaction Mechanisms; Go over ch14 review WS
6. Thurs Oct 19: Ch14 Test; Ch14 Notes and Rev. WS due
4. I will be able to explain how a reaction mechanism works. Finish reading chapter 14 and taking notes. See class notes here: Reaction Mechanisms
5. Do: Worksheet
6. Quiz next class on Energy in Reactions. Quiz Tuesday on Reaction Mechanisms. Chapter 14 Test on Thurs. Oct 19
3. Any Q’s about the Mini project? Due next week. You can work individually or in pairs. Perhaps choose 2 themes: one that shows increases in rate and one that shows decreases in rate. Be creative!
4. Demo: Iodine Clock Reaction – we will do the challenge next class!
5. I will be able to explain energy changes in reactions and how they affect the rate of reaction. See block 6 notes here: How the Energy of the Reaction Affects the Reaction Rate block 6
6. Finish the 4 mc questions on your sheet. Read sec. 14.5 and 14.6. (AP Chem) Read section 1.5-1.8 for Chem12
4. Students brainstormed what they could measure and what they could change in the reaction of Mg with HCl. In groups of 2-3, choose ONE thing you could change and ONE method of measuring the effects of the change. Plan out your activity (which we will do next class).
If the ____________ is ______________, then the __________ will _________. We think this is because _____________.
Plan out what equipment you will need, how you will do the activity (procedure), what you will need to control (keep the same in each experiment), etc…
(example: If the amount of water added to plants is increased, then the height of the plant will be taller. We think this is because plants need water to survive. We will add 10mL, 20mL, 30mL and 40mL of water to plants over 2 months. We will measure their height each week with a ruler. We will use the same type of plant, soil, container, location, and temperature.)