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Chemistry In The Earth System

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  • Heat of Fusion Lab due tomorrow
  • Heat of Fusion Lab quiz tomorrow
  • Read about Investigative Phenomenon: Why are there so many volcanoes in California?
  • Begin CER; write question, make a claim, cite evidence to support claim (if possible)
  • Complete CCC (1) and SEP (2) page 65
  • Read pages 66-72 in textbook
  • Do SEP (3) page 67, CCC (4) page 69, SEP (5) page 70, and SEP (6) page 71; due tomorrow

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  • Heat of fusion lab due tomorrow
  • Heat of fusion lab quiz tomorrow; know: definitions from lab, what were unavoidable scientific errors and how we could redesign to be more efficient
  • Correct CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53
  • Do SEP (18) page 54
  • Correct SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon” page 63
  • Tutoring today after school

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  • Submit Thermochemistry problem set
  • Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab quiz
  • Heat of Fusion lab; lab due Wednesday; lab quiz on Wednesday; know: definitions from lab, what were unavoidable scientific errors and how we could redesign to be more efficient

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  • Energy Quiz; 14 m.c. questions
  • Complete Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab; lab debrief
  • Read pages 55-62
  • Discuss Investigative phenomenon
  • Do SEP (22) page 61, SEP (23) page 62, SEP (24) and “revisit the Anchoring Phenomenon page 63; due Tuesday

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  • Thermal Energy and Heat Transfer lab; lab due Friday; lab quiz Friday; know: safety hazard described in the manual, how to define calorimeter, formula used in the assessment section, lab outcome
  • Energy Quiz tomorrow

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  • Energy quiz Thursday; know:
  • Kinetic molecular theory
  • How molecules move in a solid, liquid, and gas
  • Know how energy flows through a system
  • Compare and contrast convection, conduction, and radiation
  • Why thermal equilibrium is hard to maintain
  • Complete notes from Friday
  • Correct CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53
  • Do SEP (18) page 54
  • Tutoring today after school from 3:35-4:35

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  • Warm-up #1: How does a lava lamp work?
  • Warm-up #2: How can a lava lamp be used as a model to explain convection?
  • What is convection? Convection simulation
  • Notes: Convection and radiation
  • Notes: Feedback systems
  • Read 48-53
  • Do CCC (13) page 48, CCC (15) page 50, and SEP (17) page 53; due tomorrow
  • Energy Quiz on Thursday

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  • Do Thermodynamics Problem set #3; due Tuesday; include work and units in all steps and box in final answer
  • Notes: Mechanisms of Heat Flow
  • Video: Lava Lamp
  • Notes: Conduction
  • Read pages 41-47; do CCC (8) page 41 and CCC (12) page 47; due tomorrow