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Chemistry In The Earth System

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  • Correct CCC (32) page 96 and CCC (35) page 99
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Notes: Responses to Climate Change
  • Demo: Melting ice and sea level change
  • Revisit Investigative Phenomenon; do SEP (50) page 117
  • Revisit Anchoring Phenomenon (51) page 117
  • Plickers

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  • Correct SEP (22) page 84
  • Tutoring today after school: 3:10-4:10
  • Unit 6 exam is on Friday; exam outline is available in Edmodo
  • Do SEP (22) page 84; due Monday
  • Complete notes from yesterday
  • Notes: Consequences of Climate Change
  • Do CCC (32) page 96 and CCC (35) page 99; due tomorrow
  • Read pages 95-104

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  • Correct CCC (3) page 63
  • Ideal Gas Law Problem set questions? Due Tuesday
  • Continue notes: The Greenhouse Effect
  • Discuss the effect of water and ozone in the atmosphere (page 65)
  • Discuss the effect of CO2 and CH4 in the atmosphere and compare and contrast with H2O and O3; how is radiation affected by each?
  • Discuss SEP (8) page 68

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  • Submit Gas Law lab
  • Combined Gas Law problem set questions? Due tomorrow
  • Do SEP (46) and Revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 59
  • Investigative Phenomenon: What is causing an increase in floods?
  • Video: Flooding from Florence
  • Do CCC (1&2) page 61 vol. 2
  • Demo: Ammonia Fountain
  • Read pages 62-68

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By Chemistry In The Earth System
  • Debrief Gas Law lab; due tomorrow
  • Complete notes on Gas laws
  • Video: Can collapse
  • Questions on Gas law problem set? All practice problems and Additional Problems #s 1-4; Additional problems MUST be done on separate paper showing manipulated formula, units, and all steps for solving; Due Thursday
  • Gas quiz on Thursday; know: how the Kinetic Molecular Theory relates to gases, the properties of gases, the factors involved in the Ideal gas law, how diffusion spreads a gas, how is gas pressure measured?