1. Go over the la activity from last class- what patterns do you see?
2. I will be able to identify and describe Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases. See class scribblings here:
Properties of Acids and Bases
3. Read up to section IV.5 and do up to Q #19.
1. I will be able to describe properties of acids and bases.
2. Lab activity
3. Begin reading Unit IV.1 – IV.3 and do Q#1-9
1. Hand in the ch17 WS questions, corrections/reflection for sections 1-3.
3. Science Fair “bootcamp” – What is an independent variable? dependent variable? What is the marking criteria? What should I look for in a good project? We will be helping to judge/give feedback to the Science 8/8H and 9/10H classes next week.
1. I will be able to apply the Law of Conservation to balance chemical reactions written as word equations. See class notes:
Law of Conservation2
2. Finish questions from Section 1-3 (see previous blog)
3. Read section VI.4 and do Q # 57-64 (all)
4. Check current marks. If you have missing assignments, you have until Goal Day to hand them in, otherwise, zero! If you want to write a retest that day, see me asap as I am running out of space!
1. Hand in Lab 20G.
2. 2012 Chem12AP Free Response Question #1 – Challenge. How many can you answer correctly in 15 minutes?
3. Intro to Ksp – Fill in the study guide. Read and take notes from sections 17.4-end.
1. Moles Test #2 on Sections V.4-V.6
2. Complete any assignments for Term 2 and hand in by Goal Day. Goal Day retests will be from 9-10am on Jan 29.
1. Mark and do corrections for Ch17 Review Worksheet. See answers here:
Ch17 Review WS Answers
2. Finish Lab 20G lab write-up. Due next class.
Extra practice on titrations from Titration WS #2–here are the answers:
Titration WS 2 Answers
3. Intro to Ksp. See study guide here:
Hebden-QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF SOLUBILITY EQUILIBRIUM Study Guide 2013
1. Any Q’s?
2. Activity: proving the Law of Conservation – true or not?
Activity – prove the Law of Conservation
3. I will be able to balance chemical reactions. See class notes here:
Law of Conservation
4. Read sec. VI.1- VI.3 and do Q # 1, 4, and 7-51 (odd numbers)
Moles Test #2 next class on section V.4-V.6. Bring a scientific calculator.
Test outline: Percent composition and Empirical and Molecular Formulas will comprise 50% of the test score. Molarity and dilutions will comprise the other 50% of the test score. The test will be all written. Show your work! Draw mole wheels!
1. Do: Solubility Worksheet
Answers to solubility worksheet:
Solubility Problems – Answer Key
Ksp Test on Monday
Goal Day – Jan 29 retests/tests from 10:30-11:30am
Hand in all assignments by Goal Day!!
1. I will be able to calculate the new molarity when a solution is diluted.
2. Finish reading section V.6
3. Do: Review Questions #95-102 (odd #s)
Moles Test #2 on sections V.4-V.6 on Friday Jan 23 and Mon Jan 26.
Just for fun video about the 5 Most Dangerous Chemicals in the World: