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  1. Unit C7 Further Chemistry

  2. Unit C7

  3. LESSON 1

  4. Unit C7

  5. The Alkanes Lesson Objectives: Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes.

  6. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Starter Periodic Table Bingo!!!

  7. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. To call bingo you need at least 3 symbols!

  8. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. To call bingo you need at least 5 symbols!

  9. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B –Investigate the properties of alkanes.

  10. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes.

  11. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. CnH2n+2

  12. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. DEMO – The properties of Alkanes

  13. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Watch the demonstration and complete the table...

  14. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Have you got all of this detail?

  15. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Ethane ?

  16. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Ethane

  17. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Butane ?

  18. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Butane

  19. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Methane ?

  20. Grade A*– Create ball and stick representation of the structural formula of alkanes. Grade A – Assess the differences between chemical and physical properties of alkanes. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alkanes. Methane

  21. LESSON 2

  22. Unit C7

  23. What do these images have in common?

  24. Alcohols Lesson Objectives: Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols.

  25. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. CnH2n+1OH

  26. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Q1+Q2 – Grade C Q3+Q4 – Grade B Q5 – Grade A Q6 – Grade A* (Extension: Q7)

  27. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Have you got all of this detail?

  28. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Have you got all of this detail?

  29. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Ethanol ?

  30. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Ethanol

  31. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Propanol ?

  32. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Propanol

  33. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Pentanol ?

  34. Grade A*– Generate a practical to compare alcohols with water and alkanes. Grade A – Explain what is meant by the term functional group. Grade B – Investigate the properties of alcohols. Pentanol

  35. LESSON 3

  36. Unit C7

  37. Can you rate these smells 1-5? 1 – good 5 - bad

  38. What causes these smells?

  39. Which compounds cause the worst smells?

  40. Carboxylic Acids!

  41. Reactions of Carboxylic Acids Lesson Objectives: Grade A*– Generate a practical to show that carboxylic acids in solution show the characteristic reactions of acids. Grade A – Explain the practical importance of carboxylic acids. Grade B – Summarise the term carboxylic acid.

  42. Grade A*– Generate a practical to show that carboxylic acids in solution show the characteristic reactions of acids. Grade A – Explain the practical importance of carboxylic acids. Grade B – Summarise the term carboxylic acid. Carboxylic Acid Characteristic Properties: acid + metal salt + hydrogen acid + soluble hydroxide salt + water acid + metal carbonate salt + carbon dioxide + water

  43. Grade A*– Generate a practical to show that carboxylic acids in solution show the characteristic reactions of acids. Grade A – Explain the practical importance of carboxylic acids. Grade B – Summarise the term carboxylic acid. • Practical equipment available to you: • ethanoic acid • (1 x 30 ml per group only!) • sodium hydroxide • magnesium strips • copper (II) carbonate

  44. Grade A*– Generate a practical to show that carboxylic acids in solution show the characteristic reactions of acids. Grade A – Explain the practical importance of carboxylic acids. Grade B – Summarise the term carboxylic acid.

  45. LESSON 4

  46. Unit C7

  47. Peer assess your neighbours progress!!!

  48. QUESTION TIME One way of removing the smell of vomit is to use sodium hydrogen carbonate powder. Can you explain why the smell might disappear after this reaction?

  49. Properties of Carboxylic Acids Lesson Objectives: Grade A*– Create balanced equations describing the reactions of carboxylic acids. Grade A – Conclude how vinegar is a dilute solution of ethanoic acid. Grade B – Explain the importance of the –COOH functional group in relation to its properties.

  50. Grade A*– Create balanced equations describing the reactions of carboxylic acids. Grade A – Conclude how vinegar is a dilute solution of ethanoic acid. Grade B – Explain the importance of the –COOH functional group in relation to its properties. Carboxylic acids have the functional group -COOH