Mar 27 Love0 Daily Objectives By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Given the concept of an ionic equation, you will be able to balance the equation, write a complete ionic equation, and a net ionic equation correctly. Given the concept of solutions calculations, you will be able to solve for the molarity, molality, and percent concentration correctly.

Mar 27 Love0 Agenda By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Submit Ionic Equation worksheet Continue working on Solutions Problem set; due Tuesday

Mar 26 Love0 Daily objectives By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Given the concept of an ionic equation, you will be able to balance the equation, write a complete ionic equation, and a net ionic equation correctly. Given the concept of solutions calculations, you will be able to solve for the molarity, molality, and percent concentration correctly.

Mar 26 Love0 Agenda By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Ionic equation tutorial (Instagram live at 10:00 am) Do Balancing Ionic equation w.s.; due Friday Begin Solutions problem set; due Tuesday March 31 There will be no lessons provided during our scheduled Spring Break (April 4-12)

Mar 25 Love0 Daily Objective By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Given the concept of an ionic equation, you will be able to balance the equation, write a complete ionic equation, and a net ionic equation correctly.

Mar 25 Love0 Agenda By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Submit Dilution problem set Review solution supplementary notes; focus on how to balance ionic equations Begin Balancing Ionic equation w.s.; due Friday Instagram live session on Thursday at 10 am to review how to balance an ionic equation

Mar 24 Love0 Daily Objectives By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry To show why the polar nature of water makes it an effective solvent. To characterize strong electrolytes, weak electrolytes, and non-electrolytes.

Mar 24 Love0 Agenda By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Remediation notes: Solution chemistry Read 127-137 Dilution problem set due tomorrow

Mar 23 Love0 Daily Objective By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry To apply the dilutions formula to calculations using known molarities and volumes

Mar 23 Love0 Agenda By Scott Mapplebeck Honors Chemistry Continue Dilutions Problem set: do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5; due Wednesday