08/27 Course purpose, class rules, roster, distribute books, prospectus, discuss course, class web page; Lab Safety Video and discussion;
HW: Get the Density lab, Accuracy and Precision sheet, Elemental Symbols, get notes for Ch. 2 (Math); Study Elements Table 1 for quiz; Read and sign the Class Prospectus and Lab Safety Contract;


8/28 Quiz: Elemental symbols; Pre-Test on Mathematical concepts (graded and reviewed in class);
Started Unit I (Ch. 2) - Math and Measurements; The Metric System; Base and derived units; Temperature scales (Celsius and Kelvin); Measurements - always estimating one additional place; Scientific Notation; Dimensional Analysis;

HW: We will be doing the Density Lab on Wed., so be sure to bring in your copy of the lab.
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8/29 Quiz: Elemental symbols; Significant figures and math involving sig. figs.; Lab: Density (of Solids and Liquids)
HW: get copy of Thickness of Aluminum Foil Lab for use on Thursday. Study the Elemental Symbols



08/30 Quiz: Elemental symbols; Accuracy and Precision;


08/31 Quiz; Lab: Aluminum Foil Thickness


09/04 Graphing; Proportions; Classification of Matter; Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes;


09/05 Lab: Observing a Chemical Reaction ; The Mole Concept;
HW: Study for Test;


09/06 Test: Ch. 2 - Math; Mole Concept; Molar Mass; Chemical Formulas;
HW: Get a copy of the lab "Understanding the Mole"


09/07 Lab: Understanding the Mole; Formative Exam (does not count for a grade);


09/10 Discussion of the Mole Lab; Early atomic structure - Rutherford (nucleus), Average atomic mass



09/11 Q:04a; Conversion of gram to mole to # to Liters


09/12 Q:04b; Atomic structure; # p+, no and e-; Candle Lab


09/13 Review gram to mole conversion; Electromagnetic spectrum


09/14 Return test for Ch. 2; Bohr model of the atom (E=hv); Photoelectric Effect (E2-E1); Intro to the Quantum Theory; Heisenberg, Schrodinger; Start Orbital Filling;


09/17 Lab: Spectroscopy;

09/18 Electron configuration;


09/19 Test: Ch. 1,3,4 Atomic Structure; Classification of Matter;


09/20 Quiz; Electron configuration; electron dot diagrams; isoelectronic;


09/21 Quiz; Electron configuration; electron dot diagrams; isoelectronic; iPad paper slide show using the camera feature for some topic in chemistry;

09/24 Review electron configuration; electron dot diagrams; gram to mole conversions; finish iPad slide show activity and show to the class.
HW: Study for upcoming test on electron configuration;

09/25 Review for test: Review game - Jeopardy; NOVA Elements Ch. 1,2,3 (Gold and Copper);

09/26 NOVA Elements - Ch. 4; Prepare videos on the iPad with each group having a different topic - from the history of the development of the Table to the specific trends.

09/27 Test: Ch. 5 - Electrons; Watch the Periodic Table fideos prepared by the class on 9/26

09/28
HW: HW158(1,3,4) - due 10/3/12 Beginning with these HW assignments, all work MUST be submitted through Gaggle.net as discussed in class; Your USERNAME is your First Initial, Last Name, Last 4 digits of your student ID (e.g., rsmith1234); Your PW is YYMMDD of your birthdate; Your will be prompted a Cyber Safety Course when you login for the first time.

10/01 Mahjong Chemistry (Oxidation Numbers & Polyatomic Ions); Chemical Bonding - Ionic vs Covalent using diff. in EN; HW162(10,11,13) - due 10/4/12 Beginning with these HW assignments, all work MUST be submitted through Gaggle.net as discussed in class; Your USERNAME is your First Initial, Last Name, Last 4 digits of your student ID (e.g., rsmith1234); Your PW is YYMMDD of your birthdate; Your will be prompted a Cyber Safety Course when you login for the first time.

10/02 Chemical Bonding
HW: HW169(20,21,22) - due 10/5/12

10/03 Test: Ch. 6 - Periodicity; Chemical Bonding


10/04 Ionic bonding

10/05 Covalent Bonding;

10/08 Molecular Model Lab; molecular structure, polarity; electron dot diagrams for molecules;


10/09 Intermolecular Forces (van der Walls), H-bonding; WS: Nomenclature

10/10 Acid Nomenclature, % Composition, Empirical Formulas, Molecular formulas; WS: Nomenclature


10/11 WS Nomenclature


10/12 WS: Nomenclature


10/15 WS Nomenclature; Discussed questions n ionic and covalent bonding; OSU Videos on Vonding (8.2,8.3,8.4); iPads for Chem Mahjong (Molecular vs Ionic);


10/16 Test: Chemical Bonding; Videos on Nomenclature (OSU - 2.8 Parts 1,2,3,4);


10/17 Review Nomenclature; Watch nomenclature videos we did not see on 10/16;


10/18 Test: Nomenclature; The Strange Case of Mole Airlines Flight 1023 - practice in calculating empirical and molecular formulas;


10/19 Ch. 10 - Chemical Reactions; Five Types of Chemical Reactions; Indications of a chemical reaction; Net ionic reactions (spectator ions); Rules for Net ionic reactions; Strong and weak acids and bases;


10/22 Practice problems involving balancing chemical equations and predicting products; Red Book (57,58,59,60,61) and Black Book (37&38, 45&46)


10/23 Semester Exam


10/24 Practice problems involving balancing chemical equations and predicting products; Red Book (57,58,59,60,61) and Black Book (37&38, 45&46)


10/25 Word Problems; Predicting Products; WS61 (Red); WS45&46 (Black)


10/26 Finish Word Problems and Predicting Products;


10/30 Begin Stoichiometry - Unit 9 - Ch.12;


10/31 Test: Ch.10- Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations; Stoichiometry


11/01 Stoichiometry; %Yield; Limiting Reagents; OSU Videos 3.6 (Stoichiometry), 3.7 (Limiting Reagents, %Yield)


11/02 Stoichiometry - Practice Problems on all aspects of Stoichiometry

11/05 Stoichiometry - Practice Problems on all aspects of Stoichiometry

11/06 No School; Teacher Workday; Election Day

11/07 Test: Ch. 12 - Stoichiometry;

11/08 Kinetic Molecular Theory and The Gas Laws; Work with the iPads to create presentations for class using educreations of iMovie; Groups: Boyle's Law; Charles' Law; Gay-Lussac Law; Combined Gas Law; Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures; Graham's Law of Effusion; KMT-Kinetic Molecular Theory; Measuring Pressure (manometers and barometers); Characteristics (properties of gases);

11/09 Kinetic Molecular Theory and The Gas Laws

11/12 No School

11/13 KMT and The Gas Laws; Ideal, Boyle's, Charles', Combined Gas Law

11/14 KMT and The Gas Laws; Dalton's Law, Graham's Law

11/15 Practice Gas Law problems (worksheets);

11/16 Practice Gas Law problems (worksheets);

11/19 Lab: Molar Mass of Butane

11/20 Formative Exam #2

11/21 Thanksgiving break begins

11/26 Test Ch. 14 - Gas Laws;

11/27 States of Matter (solids, liquids gases); Phase diagrams, Heating-Cooling Curves, Specific Heat (q = m c (T2-T1);

11/28 Phase diagrams, Heating-Cooling Curves, Specific Heat (q = m c (T2-T1);

11/29 Solutions; Saturated, Unsaturated, Supersaturated; Solubility Curves; Electrolytes;

11/30 Lab: Heat of Fusion (Inquiry);

12/03 Finish Lab: Heat of Fusion; Molarity, molality, mole fraction; molarity by dilution; Colligative Properties

12/04 Molality, mole fraction; strong and weak electrolytes; colligative Properties; VP lowering, Boiling Point Elevation; Freezing Point Depression;

12/05 Osmotic Pressure; Practice Problems (Molarity, molality, etc.);

12/06 Work on Practice problems; Colloids, Suspensions;

12/07 Test: States of Matter & Solutions;

12/10 Equilibrium (constants); Keq, Ka, Kb, Kw, Ksp;

12/11 WS Equilibrium; Red book #79, 80, 83;

12/12 Independent Research Projects due;

12/13 What are Acids and Bases?; WS84, 85 (conjugate acids and bases; Solving for pH and pOH using concept of strong electrolytes; Calculating pH; (WS86); Determination of pH for acidic and basic solutions (strong and weak) (WS87);

12/14 WS87 - Weak acids and bases - calculation of pH; Work Problems involving equilibrium; WS from the black book; Acid, Base and Salt Worksheet (1-39);

12/17 Titrations (naMaVa= nbMbVb);

12/18 WS Acids, Bases and Salts (1-39)

12/19 Lab: Acid-Base Titration

12/20 Test: Acids, Bases, Salts and Equilibrium;

12/21 - 01/01 - Christmas Break

01/02 Energy/Thermodynamics; Exothermic and endothermic reactions; Gibb's Free Energy; Reaction spontaneity; Factors that affect reaction rates; Catalysis; Collision Theory; Activation Energy; Activated Complex; Reaction rate order;

01/03 WS76,77,78;Potential Energy diagram, entropy, Gibb's Free Energy

01/04 Nuclear chemistry - WS; Redox Reactions

01/07 Redox reactions; WS 94,95 Electrochemistry

01/08WS Redox reactions; Electrochemistry

01/09 Aspirin Lab - Day 1; Synthesis; Students work on EOC Review

01/10 Aspirin Lab - Day 2; Filtration; Students work on EOC Review

01/11 Aspirin Lab - Day 3; Det'n of melting point; Students work on EOC Review

01/14 Final Exams Begin

01/15 Per 2 - Chemistry Final Exam

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01/18