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Honors chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Bell Ringers


Bell ringer

Bell Ringer

  • Pick Up Your Copy of the Syllabus and briefly scan it. You will need to be ready to discuss 3 Questions OR Comments you have written down. At this time your Bell Ringer will be written on scratch paper or in the margin of your syllabus. You will not be turning them in for a grade but are expected to share our 3 items as part of class discussion.


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Bell Ringer

Today is the District Pretest. You will need to pick up an LXR sheet and begin filling in the following information IN PENCIL

Name:

Period:

Class: Honors Chemistry

Test: District Chemistry Pretest

Instructor: Mrs. Senger

Identification Number: Write and Bubble

C1 Bubble your period # Example: 2, 3, or 4

C2 is my teacher code: 6L


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Bell Ringer

Our First Learning Log Entry! Have your composition note book open to first page to begin Table of Contents

Name 1

Period #

Honors Chemistry

Page Content

1 Table of Contents

BR 9/9

Classification

of Matter

3 Section 1.1


Honors chemistry

Copy the Flow Chart Below into your 9/9 Bell Ringer Entry. Answer: What classification of matter is table salt (NaCl)?

Classification of Matter


Measurements lab day

Measurements Lab Day!

Have your Composition Notebook out for Labs (NOT the same as Learning Log)

Begin your log for the Table of Contents

  • Name 1

  • Period #

  • Honors Chemistry

  • Lab Book

  • Page Content

  • 1 Table of Contents

  • Measurements

    • Lab


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Bell Ringer

Have your Lab Notebooks out for a quick check to make sure you are ready to continue with data collection.


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Bell Ringer

Compare and Contrast (similarities and differences) homogenous mixtures and heterogeneous mixtures.


Discuss the difference between sugar water s ilicon dioxide water using the 2 types of mixtures

Discuss the difference between sugar water & silicon dioxidewater using the 2 types of mixtures.


Honors chemistry

Classify each of the properties below as either a Chemical or Physical Property and discuss the your logic in identifying which property they belong to.

Properties of Matter


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Bell Ringer

What regions (location) of the periodic table would you find the following examples? Describe their properties and how you would know where to find them. (a) gold (b) copper wire (c) Al foil

Substitute Here…Did not use this slide


Learning log exit question

Learning Log Exit Question

Before you leave today, write one question you could ask about the content we studied today. The question should be either short answer or in the form of a mathematical problem that can be solved and explained.

Write them on a sheet of paper to be handed in as you leave the classroom.


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Bell Ringer

Pick up your Exit Question from yesterday.

Trade your question with the partner at your table. If your partner is absent then find another person that is solo to switch with.

Solve their question in your learning log for today’s Bell Ringer


Chapter 1 quiz

Chapter 1 Quiz

  • Chapter 1 Learning Logs are due…Place in the basket for grading

  • Pick up your remotes and have out scratch paper/calculators if you feel you need them


Separation of a mixture lab day

Separation of a Mixture Lab Day!

Have your Composition Notebook out for Labs

Make the entry in the Table of Contents

  • Name 1

  • Period #

  • Honors Chemistry

  • Lab Book

  • Page Content

  • 1 Table of Contents

  • Measurements

    • Lab

  • 3 Separation of a

  • Mixture


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Bell Ringer

You will be continuing your lab on Separation of Mixtures. BEFORE you can begin, your lab must be checked to ensure that it has the following parts:

Questioning:

Predicting:

Procedure:

Safety:


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Bell Ringer

This is your final day of the Separation of Mixtures Lab. Be seated and ready for attendance before finishing your lab write ups. Remember that your final sections should have the following parts:

Data & Observations:

Calculations & Results:

Discussion of Results:

Additional Questions:


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Bell Ringer

Pick up the Anticipatory Guide (T/F Sheet) on the side wall. Note that you are ONLY filling out the T/F column one. Before we begin this chapter we want a measure of what you know. You are NOT graded on this column. It is only to measure growth. AFTER the chapter, we will finish this sheet. Please do not work ahead. You have 5 minutes to go with your gut and guess True or False. Do not look up answers.


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Bell Ringer

How are a pure substance and homogenous mixture the same and different?


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Bell Ringer

Divide your sheet of paper into quarters with one line hot dog and one line hamburger. Lab each box 1-4. It doesn’t matter which one is which. In each box you will describe the experiment and how it changed the view of the structure of the atom.

Box 1-Cathode Ray Experiment

Box 2-How Cathode Rays changed our view

Box 3-Rutherford’s Experiment

Box 4-How Rutherford’s changed our view


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Bell Ringer

Describe the relationship between an isotope and atomic mass.


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Bell Ringer

Describe the relationship between the Mole, Avogadro’s Number and Molar Mass.


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Bell Ringer

Choose two of the problems below. Solve and show ALL work. If you are feeling amazing, try them all!

Convert 4.50 moles of Aluminum into grams.

Convert 23.2 grams of Lead to moles.

Advanced: How many atoms are there in 5.6 grams of carbon?


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Bell Ringer

How many significant digits are in the following numbers:

  • 0.0607

  • 405

  • 506.10

  • 3410

    If I multiplying 5,670 x 80,103…Don’t do the math!

    E) How many spots would you round it to?

    F) If you were adding 4.507 + 3.2, what would the answer be in sig figs?


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Bell Ringer

What is the mass in grams

of 1.4 x 109 atoms of iron, Fe?


Percentage of water lab day

Percentage of Water Lab Day!

Have your Composition Notebook out for Labs

Make the entry in the Table of Contents

  • Name 1

  • Period #

  • Honors Chemistry

  • Lab Book

  • Page Content

  • 1 Table of Contents

  • Measurements

    • Lab

  • 3-5 Separation of a

  • Mixture

  • 6-9 Percentage of

  • Water


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Bell Ringer

You will be continuing your lab on Percentage of Water. BEFORE you can begin, your lab must be checked to ensure that it has the following parts:

Questioning:

Predicting:

Procedure:

Safety:


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Bell Ringer

This is your final day of the Percentage of Water Lab. Be seated and ready for attendance before finishing your lab write ups. Remember that your final sections should have the following parts:

Data & Observations:

Calculations & Results:

Discussion of Results:

Additional Questions:


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Bell Ringer

Socrative Review Day

You will either need your cell phone (this will count against your plan so be aware that this is your choice depending on the cost of your plan) OR pick up one of the school Ipads.

Use the Web to go to Socrative on the web. Our classroom log in # is 102191.


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Bell Ringer

Exam 1-2

Please pick up your remote that is assigned to your name. You may use scratch paper in the test and a calculator (NO CELL PHONE). Please be ready for the exam to begin.


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Bell Ringer

Flash back…

In one sentence define the

Law of Conservation of Mass.


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Bell Ringer

If Sulfur has an atomic mass of 32 and an overall charge of -2, how many protons, neutrons and electrons does it have?


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Bell Ringer

I have 10.3 grams of Carbon.

How many atoms is that?

(Hint: you can’t go straight from grams to atoms)


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Bell Ringer

I have 3.4 x 1023 atoms of gold.

How many moles of gold do I have?


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Bell Ringer

Write the nuclear symbol for

Lithium that has a mass of 7.

Hint…

A

X

Z


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Bell Ringer

Pick up your assigned remotes to take an individual quiz on Chapter 3.

Be sure to pick up YOUR remote, have scratch paper if needed, and a calculator. NO CELL PHONES.

Learning Logs should be in the basket.


Percentage of water lab day1

Percentage of WaterLab Day!

Have your Composition Notebook out for Labs

Make the entry in the Table of Contents

  • Name 1

  • Period #

  • Honors Chemistry

  • Lab Book

  • Page Content

  • 1 Table of Contents

  • 3 Measurements

    • Lab

  • 5-8 Separation of a

  • Mixture

  • 9 % of Water Lab


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Bell Ringer

You will be continuing your lab on Percentage of Water. BEFORE you can begin, your lab must be checked to ensure that it has the following parts:

Questioning:

Predicting:

Procedure: (check for variables)

Safety:


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Bell Ringer

This is your final day of the Percentage of Water Lab. Be seated and ready for attendance before finishing your lab write ups. Remember that your final sections should have the following parts:

Data & Observations:

Calculations & Results: ALL THEM

Discussion of Results:

Additional Questions: COMPLETE SENTENCES


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Bell Ringer

Write the formula for the speed of light from chapter 4 using the Greek symbols. Make a note to self as to what each letter represents.


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Bell Ringer

What if faster…and why?

Visible light or X-Ray?

Microwave or Ultraviolet?

Radio wave or Infrared?


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Bell Ringer

What does n, l, m and + ½ or -½ mean?

Write one sentence for each describing in common words what it means. Four complete sentences please…be ready to share.


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Bell Ringer

What is the complete electron configuration for Nickel? Then rewrite the electron configuration using noble gas notation.


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Bell Ringer

Write the orbital notation for Strontium (Sr). See the filling diagram on page 116 for reference.


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Bell Ringer

What do line emission spectrum and human finger prints have in common?


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Bell Ringer

Pick up your assigned remotes to take an individual quiz on Chapter 4.

Be sure to pick up YOUR remote, have scratch paper if needed, and a calculator. NO CELL PHONES.

Learning Logs should be in the basket.


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