Monthly Archives: April 2016

Polyprotic Acids and prep Lab 20G

  1.  I will be able to draw/interpret a titration curve for a polyprotic acid or base.
  2. Prep Lab 20G Parts 1-4.  Lab 20G Titration
  3. Do:  Part 1:  Make 100mL of oxalic acid (your primary standard).  Store your solution at your lab station.l
  4. Finish lab prep for parts 2-4 for next class.
  5. Reminder:  Goal Day on Tuesday – hand in any assignments for Term 3 so far by then!  If you have an I standing or want to retest, see me!


  1.  Hand in Classical Elements WS
  2. I will be able to explain how elements are named and classified.
  3. Continue research on your element superhero.
  4. Read sec 6.1 and 6.2 and you can begin CYU p.192 #1-12, 15-17.  It’s not due next class but will be due next week.

More Gas Laws

  1.  Any Q’s from the worksheet last class?
  2. Reminder:  Goal Day on Tuesday.  If you want to rewrite ch6 or ch7/8, make sure you have done your test corrections, identified areas you need to practice, come talk to me about it!
  3. I will be able to do calculations involving gases in a balanced equation.
  4. I will be able to apply Dalton’s law of partial pressure and Graham’s law of effusion.
  5. I will be able to explain why gases are non-ideal and how that affects the ideal gas law equation.
  6. Continue reading ch10 sections 5-9.  Good practice questions:  #41, 47, 53, 67
  7. Prep Lab 7C  Lab 7C Molar Volume of a Gas

Weak Acid-Strong Base Titrations

  1.  Fizz Quiz
  2. I will be able to explain differences between a strong acid-strong base titration and a weak acid-strong base titration.  See Block 1 notes here: Weak Acid Strong Base Titrations Block 1 notes
  3. continue reading through sections 16-18.  we will prep Lab 20G next class.
  4. Goal day – Tues May 3.  If you want to do a retest for the pH test or for the Ka test, see me asap to make sure you have done test corrections, identifies what you need to study, do extra practice questions so you are ready!

Titrations – the nitty gritty

  1.  I will be able to explain what happens during a titration.  I will be able to interpret a titration curve.
  2. See block 1 notes here:  Titration notes block 1
  3. Finish filling in the study guide section on weak acid-strong base titrations and draw the graph for the titration.
  4. Reminder:  Goal Day on May 3.  If you have any assignments or want to write a retest, see me asap to make arrangements.

Gas Laws

  1.  Review of properties of gases and gas laws.  Gas Law Practice Questions
  2. Do:  Gas Laws Worksheet  gas_laws_ws
  3. Do:  test corrections for ch7/8 test and hand in.
  4. Reminder:  Goal Day May 3.  If you have any assignments to hand in so far for Term 3, you have until Goal Day to hand them in.  If you want to do a retest for one of your tests so far this term, see me.

Ch5 Test

  1.  Ch5 Test today.
  2. Begin Element Superhero project.  Gather data.  Brainstorm ideas of how you can use that information in a creative manner.  This is a copy of the original project assignment in which I modified.  Elemental Superhero Project
  3. Classical Elements research Worksheet due next week (April 28)  Classical elements
  4. Element superhero project due May 4/6.

Intro to Gases

  1.  Chapter 10 Learning Outcomes:  ch10 Gases Learning Outcomes
  2. I will be able to explain and calculate the pressure of a gas, how it applies to weather, and how to measure pressure.  See block 3 notes here:  Gases Notes
  3. I will be able to calculate the P, V, T, or n of a gas using the various gas laws.
  4. Read ch10 sections 1-3.  Good questions for practice:  #1, 9, 15, 19