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 Hess’ 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.

Monday

- Submit your attendance form via Google Classroom by 11 pm; this should be done each day
- Continue work on Hess’ Law problem set; due tomorrow by 3 pm

Tuesday

- Submit Hess’ Law problem set today by 3
- Notes: Fossil fuels
- Read 252-263
- Supplement: Gibbs Free energy notes

Wednesday

- Hess’ Law lab; follow instructions in the lesson folder in Edmodo
- Lab due Friday by 3 pm

Thursday

- review unit exam summary concepts; no unit exam scheduled at this time
- Zoom meeting at 10 am; session code and password are posted in Edmodo

Friday

- Hess’ Law lab due today by 3 pm
- Begin Nuclear chemistry
- Notes: Nuclear decay
- Read pages 841-846

- Log into Google Classroom to submit your attendance form (this must be done each day); for more information see previous post
- Complete specific heat problem set; see instructions for assignment format in Edmodo; due by 3 pm tomorrow
- Read and answer questions in the CR 4-20-20 PPT in lesson folder in Edmodo
- Read the slides from the 4-20-20 PPT in lesson folder in Edmodo

Starting Monday April 27th, all students (or their guardians) will be required to log into the student’s Google Classroom account for the classes to which they are assigned to complete a form for EACH DAY OF THE WEEK. This is required by the SCUSD to account for the student daily attendance. This should be completed by 11 pm each day and will be recorded the following day in Infinite Campus. This will be found in the Gradebook section, not under the traditional Attendance section. There will NOT BE AN ACADEMIC GRADE ASSIGNED for this task.

- Submit Ksp problem set today by 3 pm; submit via Edmodo
- Complete Chromatography lab; lab due Tuesday April 14th
- Exam outline available in Edmodo; please not that there is not a scheduled exam at this time; for review purposes only
- There will be no lessons next week due to our scheduled Spring Break! Enjoy!

During this trying time coping with our lives being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and the school closure, I want to reassure you that I will still be providing high quality lessons that West Campus students have grown accustomed to. I will be posting the lesson agendas and objectives daily on my website (wcscience.com) for students and parents to have access to. I will also be using our Edmodo platform for other lesson elements. Students will be able to upload their work to that platform, where I will provide constructive feedback on how they may improve their work. The situation being dynamic I will be waiving late penalties as long as the delays are reasonable. Students may complete work on lined paper if they are unable to print the hardcopy of the material and upload photos using their smartphones or computers. Further instructions will follow in the days ahead.

Please stay safe and healthy during our extended absence from school. Please log onto Edmodo daily to keep up with your work. If you need to contact me you may e-mail me at s_mapplebeck@yahoo.com. I will be active during weekdays between 8 am to 3 pm.

Sincerely,

Scott Mapplebeck

Science Instructor

West Campus High School

- Lab quiz tomorrow: know definitions, the generic form of the equilibrium constant, what were the changes that were made in each stage of the lab (chemicals that caused change and the result of that change)
- Warm-up: Properties of acids and bases
- Active Participation: provide 4 common examples of acids and bases; compare with partner to create a larger list to share
- Define conjugate acid and base
- Warm-up 2: write a generic acid base equation and balance it
- Read 623-625; 631-641