Honors Chemistry Agendas

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By Honors Chemistry
  • Notes: Electrolysis
  • Read pages 816-826
  • Submit Redox problem set
  • 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; due Thursday

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  • Extra credit assignment due in class
  • Concept Review: Galvanic cells
  • Notes: Cells (batteries)
  • Read 800-804, 808-816
  • Redox problem set due Tuesday
  • 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; due Thursday

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  • Concept check: Redox reactions
  • Concept check: Galvanic cells
  • Notes: Work
  • Redox Problem set; due Friday (practice problems #1-4 page 307, #1 & 2 page 310, and Additional problems #1-6)

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  • Review exam outline
  • Nuclear Chemistry exam on Monday
  • Placement test next Thursday: 40 questions; comprehensive review from the beginning of the school year; see Edmodo for topics
  • Begin Electrochemistry (Chapter 17)
  • Notes: Review of Redox
  • Notes: Galvanic cells
  • Read pages 791-800

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

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  • Heat of Vaporization problem set due tomorrow
  • Notes: Hess’ Law
  • Read 242-246
  • Hess’ Law Problem set due on Tuesday; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-4

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  • Notes: Calorimetry
  • Read pages 235-242
  • Be prepared to describe how a bomb calorimeter works
  • Submit Specific heat problem set
  • Begin Heat of Fusion and vaporization problem set; due Friday
  • Demo: Heat capacity of metals
  • Demo: Heat capacity of solids

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  • Complete Chromatography lab; lab due Tuesday
  • Ksp problem set; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5; due Monday
  • Solutions exam on Wednesday; outline in Edmodo
  • Tutoring today after school

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  • Molarity problem set: do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-4; due next Wednesday (April 3rd)
  • Submit Dilutions problem set
  • Net ionic equation worksheet due Monday

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  • Record objective and submit journal
  • Discuss Video on Titanic
  • Read: Chemical Impact on page 443 on the topic “What Sank the Titanic”
  • Review FRQ from test and re-submit
  • Notes: Metals

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  • Titration lab quiz
  • Acid and Base exam Thursday: 50 m.c.
  • Acid and Base exam on Friday: 4 short answer and 6 problems
  • Correct problem sets
  • Bonding review; bonding concept check
  • Begin solutions

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By Honors Chemistry
  • Review exam outline
  • Discuss exam format
  • Submit Titration lab
  • Titration lab quiz on tomorrow; know the outcomes of the lab as well as any new vocabulary terms
  • Free time to study for test/complete lab

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By Honors Chemistry
  • Lab quiz
  • Submit Equilibrium lab
  • 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

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  • Pop quiz on yesterday’s reading
  • Quiz tomorrow on Reaction rates; 13 multiple choice questions
  • Debrief demos from Monday and Tuesday
  • Make corrections to placement test and submit by tomorrow
  • Discuss Reading (Chapter 13 section 7)
  • Concept check Chapter 13

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By Honors Chemistry
  • Warm-up: Concept check section 12.7
  • Do Reaction rate w.s.; due Monday
  • Demo: Equilibrium phenomena
  • Notes: Equilibrium
  • Concept check: How does a change in concentration affect equilibrium?
  • Read 579-582