- 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)

- Warm-up from yesterday
- Nuclear chemistry phenomena
- Submit Nuclear Chemistry worksheet

- Warm-up from yesterday
- Nuclear chemistry phenomena
- Submit Nuclear Chemistry worksheet

- 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

- Notes: Nuclear Fission and Fusion
- Notes: Biological effects of Radiation
- Read 859-866
- Chemistry Placement exam on Thursday May 23rd

- Submit Nuclear equation w.s.
- Concept review
- Nuclear Chemistry w.s.; due Friday

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

- 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

- AP Chemistry exam
- Half life problem set: do all problems; due Monday

Half life problem set: do all problems; due Monday

- Set Final Placement test date: Thursday May 23rd
- Video: MRI
- Notes: Nuclear reactions and half-lives
- Read 846-856

- Begin Nuclear chemistry
- Notes: Nuclear decay
- Read pages 841-846

- Hess’ Law lab due today
- Thermochemistry exam; 50 multiple choice

- Hess’ Law lab debrief; lab due tomorrow
- Review exam outline and exam format
- Study time!

- Complete Thermochemistry and Hess’s law lab; lab due Thursday
- Thermochemistry unit exam Friday; exam outline in Edmodo

- Thermochemistry and Hess’s law lab; see Edmodo for lab guide
- Submit Hess’ law problem set

- Review exam outline
- Plickers
- Thermochemistry problem set due tomorrow

- Submit Heat of Vaporization problem set
- Notes: Fossil fuels
- Read 252-263
- Supplement: Gibbs Free energy notes

- 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

- Notes: Standard Enthalpies of Formation
- Read pages 246-252
- Continue Heat of Fusion and vaporization problem set; due Friday

- 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

- Concept review
- Complete notes from yesterday
- Notes: Internal Energy

- AP Chemistry prompt: 10 point FRQ
- AP Chemistry prompt: 4 point FRQ
- Grade and submit FRQs

- Given concepts from the AP Chemistry exam, you will be able to answer free response question 80% correctly.
- See course description for AP Chemistry

Given the concept of specific heat capacity, you will be able to solve problems correctly.

- Specific Heat problem set: due all problems (#s 1-12); due Tuesday April 23
- Use textbook pages to guide you

- Solutions exam: 36 m.c., 4 problems, 6 short answer
- Read pages 229-235

- Submit Chromatography lab
- Solutions exam tomorrow
- Notes: Chapter Six Thermodynamics
- Review Work equation on pages 233 & 234

- Submit Ksp problem set
- Review exam outline
- Solutions exam Wednesday
- Chromatography lab due tomorrow
- Plickers

- 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

- Chromatography lab
- Ksp problem set due tomorrow

- Submit Concentration of Solutions problem set
- Ksp problem set; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5; due Friday

- Notes: Colloids
- Notes: Colligative properties
- Solution problem set due tomorrow

- Submit Ionic equation sheet
- Notes: How to solve Solution problems
- Read pages 485-492
- Continue work on solution problem set; due Wednesday

- 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

- Complete notes from yesterday
- Complete Dilution problem set; Additional problems #s 1-5; due Friday
- How to balance ionic equations

- Remediation notes: Solution chemistry
- Read 127-137
- Dilution problem set due Friday

- Complete notes from yesterday
- Dilutions Problem set: do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5; due Friday

- Complete notes from Friday
- Begin Chapter 11 notes: properties of solutions and colligative properties

- Complete notes from yesterday
- Concept review
- Concept: colligative properties
- Notes: Vapor pressure
- Read pages 459-471

- 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

- Titanic case study
- Read: Chemical Impact on page 443 on the topic “What Sank the Titanic”

- Notes: Types of Solids
- Read p. 430-444

Acid Base exam (short answer and problems)

Acid Base exam (multiple choice section; short answer and problems Monday)

- Notes: Liquids
- Read 425-430
- Plickers

- 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

- 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

- Lab debrief; lab due tomorrow
- Notes: Buffers
- Review Titration problem set
- Return assignments
- Tutoring today after school 3:15-4:15

- Complete Part III of the lab
- Lab due on Monday
- Submit Titration problem set
- Tutoring on Monday after school for next Friday’s exam

- Questions on prelab questions?
- Complete Part II of the lab
- Work on titration problem set (time permitting); due tomorrow

Mock AP Chemistry Exam (SAT day)

- Complete Part I of the lab
- Complete prelab questions
- Work on titration problem set (time permitting)

- Concept check (unit)
- Submit and Review
*K**a*and*K**b*problem set - Titration Problem set; due Thursday
- SAT Subject test scores

- Notes: Titrations
- Acid Base equilibria problem set due Monday
- Titration problem set; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-6; due Thursday

- Problem set questions
- Acid Base equilibrium problem set due tomorrow
- Notes: Titrations
- Read 696-705

Acid and Base problem set; do all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-5; due on Friday

- Submit pH problem set
- Notes: Salts, Acid base properties of salts, bond strengths, oxides, and Lewis acids and bases
- Review pages 66 & 67
- Read pages 644-655

- Questions from pH problem set?; due tomorrow
- Notes: Naming acids and bases
- Concept check: complete acid base nomenclature w.s.; due today

- Notes: Strengths of Acids
- Notes: pH
- pH practice problems
- Concept check: pH problems
- Do pH problem set; all practice problems and Additional problems #s 1-3; due Tuesday

- Review concepts from yesterday
- Warm-up: Acid base definitions from Chemistry (CP)
- Notes: Acid definitions
- Notes: Strengths of Acids

- 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

- Complete Equilibrium lab debrief; due tomorrow
- Lab quiz tomorrow; topics?

Chemical Kinetics and Equilibrium unit exam: 50 m.s., 3 FRQ

- Complete Equilibrium lab; lab due Tuesday
- Post lab quiz on Wednesday
- Chemical Kinetics and Equilibrium exam tomorrow
- Tutoring after school today 3:30-4:30

- Exam preview; exam outline posted in Edmodo; exam Friday
- Continue lab
- Submit problem set

- Le Chatelier’s Principle lab; day 1
- Equilibrium problem set due tomorrow
- Unit exam next Friday (Feb. 15 →♥)

Given the concept of the equilibrium constant, you will be able to show how the equilibrium constant is used to predict the direction in which a system will move to reach equilibrium.

- Do Equilibrium Problem set (all practice problems and #s 1-5 of “Additional Problems”), showing all work; due Friday
- Unit exam next Friday (Feb. 15)

- Reaction rate quiz
- Submit Equilibrium w.s.
- Notes: Equilibrium constant
- Read pages 582-584 and 600-601

- 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

- Demos: Copper compounds
- LeChatelier’s Principle w.s.; due Thursday
- Read section 13.7

- Concept check: what are the factors that can affect a reaction rate?
- Demo: Concentration and reaction rate
- Notes: Equilibrium
- Reaction rate w.s. due today

- 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

- Placement test
- Begin Reaction rate w.s.; due Monday

- Discuss reading from yesterday: How can reactions rates be manipulated?
- Notes: Catalysis
- Read section 12.8
- Placement test tomorrow

- Final Exam review
- Placement test on Thursday; review topics; 5 point remediation
- Continue Notes
- Read section 12.7

- Discuss Final Exam
- Course outline
- Begin Notes for Chapter 12