Tuesday

- to be able to solve Redox problems

Wednesday

- To show how to predict the order of electrolysis of the components of a mixture.
- To discuss the manufacture of aluminum, the chlor-alkali process, and other industrial applications of electrolysis.

Thursday

- To quantify how to calculate the relationship between cell potential and cell concentration.

Friday

- To quantify how to calculate the relationship between cell potential and cell concentration.

Tuesday

- submit Redox problem set

Wednesday

- Notes: Electrolysis
- Read pages 816-826

Thursday

- Do Electrochemistry problem set; do practice problems page 316 #s 1 & 2, page 317 #s 5 & 6, page 320 #s 1 & 2, and Additional problems #s 1-4, 11, & 12; this is not for submission

Friday

- Complete Electrochemistry problem set; do practice problems page 316 #s 1 & 2, page 317 #s 5 & 6, page 320 #s 1 & 2, and Additional problems #s 1-4, 11, & 12; this is not for submission

Monday

- To distinguish between a galvanic cell and an electrolytic cell.
- To define cell potentials.

Tuesday

- To define cell potentials.

Wednesday

- To define cell potentials.

Thursday

- See course expectations

Friday

- To define cell potentials.
- To discuss the composition and operation of commonly used batteries.
- To explain the electrochemical nature of corrosion and describe some means for preventing it.

Monday

- Concept check: Redox reactions
- Concept check: Galvanic cells
- Notes: Work

Tuesday

- Redox Problem set; due Tuesday May 26 (practice problems #1-4 page 307, #1 & 2 page 310, and Additional problems #1-6)

Wednesday

- Redox Problem set; due Tuesday May 26 (practice problems #1-4 page 307, #1 & 2 page 310, and Additional problems #1-6)

Thursday

- Zoom check-in during regular distance learning class time (10 am).
- Last chance for late work to be submitted for credit is tomorrow by 3

Friday

- Concept Review: Galvanic cells
- Notes: Cells (batteries)
- Read 800-804, 808-816

Monday

- To complete and balance a nuclear equation

Tuesday

- To explore the energetics of nuclear fission and nuclear fusion.
- To describe how a nuclear reactor works.
- To show how radiation damages human tissue.

Wednesday

- See nuclear chemistry exam outline

Thursday

- https://apstudents.collegeboard.org/ap/pdf/ap-chemistry-course-and-exam-description.pdf

Friday

- To review oxidation and reduction.
- To define the components of an electrochemical cell.

Monday

- Review changes for this year’s AP Chemistry exam: https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students/taking-ap-exams
- Compete Nuclear Equations w.s.

Tuesday

- Notes: Nuclear Fission and Fusion
- Notes: Biological effects of Radiation
- Read 859-866

Wednesday

- Correct Nuclear equation w.s.
- Review Nuclear chemistry unit Outline
- Begin Electrochemistry unit

Thursday

- AP Chemistry exam

Friday

- Notes: Review of Redox
- Notes: Galvanic cells
- Read pages 791-800

Monday

- To define and show how to calculate the half-life of a radioactive nuclide.
- To show how one element may be changed into another using particle bombardment.

Tuesday

- To define and show how to calculate the half-life of a radioactive nuclide.

Wednesday

- To define and show how to calculate the half-life of a radioactive nuclide.

Thursday

- Calculate the half-life of a radioactive nuclide.
- To discuss radioactivity detection devices.
- To show how to calculate nuclear bonding energies.

Friday

- To complete and balance a nuclear equation

Monday

- Video: MRI
- Notes: Nuclear reactions and half-lives
- Read 846-856

Tuesday

- Half life problem set: do all problems; due Friday May 8

Wednesday

- Half life problem set: do all problems; due Friday May 8
- Half life tutoring video posted link posted in Edmodo

Thursday

- Video: Colliders
- Notes: Half lives (supplement from CP Chemistry)
- Notes: Energy and Mass; Binding energy
- Half life problems due tomorrow
- Balancing Nuclear Chemistry equations due Tuesday

Friday

- Concept Review: Nuclear equations
- Half life problem set: do all problems; due today

Monday

- To show how to solve problems using Hessâ€™ Law for a reaction.

Tuesday

- To discuss fossil fuels and the effects of their use on climate.
- To discuss energy alternatives.
- To compare the available energy of various fuels.

Wednesday

- See Hess’ Law lab objectives

Thursday

- See Thermochemistry exam review

Friday

- To relate the stability of a nucleus to the number of protons and neutrons.
- To classify the types of radioactive decay.