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1/30/2012 Standards: 3My Website - www.MrWiggerSci.com/chem

Objectives:

1. be able to recognize 6.02 x 1023 = mole = Avogadro's Number

2. be able to convert from representative particles<----> moles

DO NOW:

1. Write 1 paragraph (5-10 sentences) on a separate sheet of paper, not on

your whiteboard. (5 pts) MISC (turn in to basket when completed)

REFLECTION Subject: What do you plan to do different this semester

than you did last semester? This should be something(s) that will allow

you to improve your grade and/or perform well on the CST test.

HOMEWORK:

1. Ch 11.1, PP's p. 311 1-3 AND

App A, p. 876, Ch 11.1 1-4 (5 pts) Std 3

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STAMPS: Journal - none

1. SN Ch 11.1 p. 137-140 (5 pts) Std 3

Notebook - To Keep

All of MISC

Stamp sec - 3 prints

Print a new Notebook Total Sheet

1 mol = 6.02 x 1023

1 mol Na atoms = 6.02 x 1023 Na atoms

1 mol NaCl = 6.02 x 1023 NaCl molecules

1 doz = 12

1 doz eggs = 12 eggs

1 gross = 144

1 gross eggs = 144 eggs

Representative Particles:

molecules - example NaCl

atoms - example Ti or N or Al

A mole is just a number: 6.02 x 1023

·If 1 mol Al atoms = 6.02 x 1023 Al atoms, How many atoms are in 3.5 mol of Al ?

If you have 4.6 mol B,

how many B atoms?

1/31/2012 Standards: 3 (Stoichiometry)

Objectives:

Via Video at home

a. be able to convert from moles <----> representative particles

b. be able to divide or multiply powers of 10 and change to Scientific Notation

(pen method)

Video In Class

Students will have opportunity to change their lives for the better!

DO NOW:

1. Answer questions on handout "Gifted Hands..." as you are watching the video.

(5 pts) Std MISC

HOMEWORK:

1. Mole <---> representative particle Conversion Practice - Tutorial 1st 5

questions only (3 pts) Std 3

2. Ch 11.1, PP's, p. 312 4 (a-d) (2 pts) Std 3

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STAMPS: Journal 1/30

1. Stamp: Ch 11.1, PP's p. 311 1-3 (5 pts total for both) Std 3

App A, p. 876, Ch 11.1 1-4

1. Given 5.5 mole CoCl2 how many formula units are there?

2. Given 4.4 x 1025 atoms Cl, how many moles are there?

Give this lesson on video!

Show Gifted Hands w Cuba Gooding, Jr. What makes learning fun and enjoyable? How do you make you mark in the world. When you are dead - how many will come to your funeral and why? I'll tell you - those who you have had a positive influence on. How will you be remembered. Pray like there is no tomorrow and live as if you will survive to be 100 yrs old (Ben Franklin)

RESPONDERS TODAY

2/1/2012 Standards: 3(stoichiometry)

Objectives:

● be able to calculate molar massfor elements (atoms) and use it to calculate

mole <----> grams for elements (atoms)

DO NOW:

1. How many grams are in 1 mole of: Pd Mg Ne Y

2. Given 2.3 mol Pd, find # grams

3. Given 8.8 g of Mg, find # moles Mg

HOMEWORK:

1. Ch 11.2, PP's p. 316 11 (a-d), 12 (a-d)

2. App A, p. 876, Ch 11.2 5-10 (5 pts) Std 3

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STAMPS: Journal 1/30 & 1/31

1. Mole <----> representative particle Conversion Practice - Tutorial (Wksht)

(3 pts) Std 3

2. Ch 11.1, PP's, p. 312 4 (a-d) (2 pts) Std 3

ANNOUNCEMENT:

See tonight’s homework page to get answers to yesterday’s worksheet.

Follow-up to yesterday's video

Gifted Hands - The Ben Carson Story

Carson is labeled stupid,

but mom says he can do anything he wants.

Mom cuts TV two programs/week

Mom makes he & bro. read and write reports on

2 books weekly

get involved in learning and

living!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Molar mass = mass of one mole

Molar mass of an element (one mole of its atoms)

Find its mass on periodic chart.

Molar mass of a compound (one mole of its molecules)

Find mass of all of its individual atoms and add them up

Molar mass = mass of one mole

Molar mass of an element (one mole of its atoms)

Find its mass on periodic chart.

Examples

(give your answer without decimals, round):

Rb #37

Bi #83

N #7

Mg #12

1

Answer?

Molar mass = mass of one mole

Molar mass of a compound (one mole of its molecules)

Find mass of all of its individual atoms and add them up

Examples

(give your answer without decimals, round):

KMnO4

O2

Al2O3

FeO

2

Answer?

3

The given for your problem

is _______ . What is the find?

A

mol

B

representative

particle

3 mol FeO

4 mol Al2O3

2 Ca

8 Ge

Example 1:

GivenFind

2.3 g Be How many mol Be does this represent?

1 mole Be = 9.0 g Be

(from mass in

Periodic Chart)

Solution:

WHAT?

2.3 g Be1 mol Be

x =

1 9 g Be

Example 2:

GivenFind

0.36 mol Na How many grams Na does this represent?

1 mole Na = 23 g Na

(from mass in

Periodic Chart)

Solution:

WHAT?

0.36 mol Na23 g Na

x =

1 1 mol Na

ans = 8.3 g Na

RESPONDERS TODAY

2/2/2012 Standards: 3 (stoichiometry)

Objectives:

● be able to calculate molar massand use it to calculate

molecules <----> mole <----> grams for compounds (molecules)

● students will understand how to use 4-beam balance and use it in tomorrow's

lab

DO NOW:

1. Given 6.2 mol N2 how many grams does this represent?

2. 174 g N2 how many moles does this represent?

HOMEWORK:

1. Ch 11.2 PP's, p. 318 13 (a-e) & 14 (a-e) and

App. A, p. 876 11-14 (5 pts) Std 3

2. PrintMole Lab Sheet for Friday's lab (tomorrow) (1 pts) Std 3

3. Answersto Wed HW problems. Check these out to see how you did,

link on tonight’s HW page.

4. Watch videos on 4-beam balance (Columbia College & mine) in lesson plan)

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STAMPS: Journal 2/1

1. Ch 11.2, PP's p. 316 11 (a-d), 12 (a-d)

App A, p. 876, Ch 11.2 5-10 (5 pts) Std 3

How to read a 4-beam balance

(Columbia College)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCw9x-dpUIA&feature=related

Review part 1 - conversions of

RP's <---> mol <---> grams

http://www.youtube.com/owigger#p/a/u/0/c7y_lQ_ytsE

Review part 2 - conversions of

RP's <---> mol <---> grams

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUD4wU1EXyw

g <------> mol <------> particles

See page 319 in textbook

64 grams C

5

The given for your problem

is _______ . What is the find?

Only consider one step.

4 mol Al2O3

28 grams Cl2

2 Ca

A

mass (grams)

3 mol FeO

4 mol Al2O3

2 Ca

5 x 1024 Ge

28 grams Cl2

64 grams C

B

moles

C

representative particles

D

representative particles

or mass (grams)

5 x 1024 Ge

3 mol FeO

mol

6

If I give you ________ and ask

you to find _________, what do

you have to calculate first?

mass

RP

1 st

mol --> mass

mass --> mol

RP --> mol

mol --> RP

2 nd

RP --> mass

mass --> RP

A

representative particle

B

mol

C

mass (grams)

mass

RP

7

What do we do next?

A

calculate moles

B

calculate grams

C

calculate representative

particles

D

Don't calculate anything,

you are done!

2/3/2012 Standards: 3COPY FROM WEBSITE

Objectives:

● Mole Lab - take all measurements in class as quickly as possible &

turn in on Monday with all questions answered and chart completed.

DO NOW:

1. Read your lab sheet SILENTLY

HOMEWORK:

1. PrintAtoms <---> Moles <---> Grams Tutorial summarizes conversions

involving moles, includes both atoms and molecules in calculations (see print

icon) (1 pt) Std 3

2. Mole lab - complete all calculations and answer all questions, due Monday

(15 pts) Std 3

3. NOTEBOOKS WILL BE COLLECTED STARTING WEDNESDAY 2/8===========================================================

STAMPS:

Molar Mass Lab sheet (data page only)

BASKET:

Ch 11.2 PP's, p. 318 13 (a-e) & 14 (a-e) and App. A, p. 876 11-14

(5 pts) Std 3

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