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In - 1/04/12, Warm-Up Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your favorite part?. Through - Classwork Analytical writing in chemistry assignment Introduction to ionic and covalent bonds Homework :

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**In- 1/04/12, Warm-Up**Write a 5 sentence paragraph describing your break. What did you do? Did you go any place? Who did you see over break? What was your favorite part? Through- Classwork Analytical writing in chemistry assignment Introduction to ionic and covalent bonds Homework: None**In- 1/05/12, Warm-Up**Some words we are going to be talking about over the next few weeks are below. Write down anything that you know about any of the words. Writing that you don’t know anything about any of the words is not acceptable. Please make sure to write in complete sentences. -ionic - covalent -valence electron - bond -electronegativity -polarity -intermolecular force -noble gas - octet rule Through- Classwork Ionic bonds and how they form notes Ionic bonds worksheet Homework: Finish ionic bond worksheet**In- 1/06/12, Warm-Up**• Answer the following questions. • Will metals gain or lose electrons to attain noble gas configuration? • 2. What is the formula for arsenic when it loses electrons and attains noble gas configuration? • 3. Write out the electron dot notation for phosphorus. What do the dots represent? • 4. Does the combination of potassium and helium form an ionic bond or not? Explain. Through- Classwork Electronegativity and how it applies to bonding Classifying bonds worksheet Homework: None**In- 1/09/12, Warm-Up**In complete sentences, explain how you can use electronegativity to figure out what type of bond is present. Through- Classwork Introduction to covalent bonding and Lewis Dot Structures Lewis dot structures worksheet Homework: Finish Lewis dot structures worksheet**In- 1/10/12, Warm-Up**• Draw the Lewis dot structures for the following molecules: • CH4 • 2. H2O • 3. N2H4 • 4. NH4+ Through- Classwork Lab write up requirements Lewis dot structures practice Homework: Finish Lewis dot structures practice Bonding review due next Friday Test next Friday**In- 1/11/12, Warm-Up**• Draw Lewis dot structures for the following molecules. • O3 • 2. NO3- • 3. PO43- Through- Classwork Building molecules lab Molecular shape Polar and non-polar molecules The lab is due in your lab notebook next Tuesday Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday Test next Friday**In- 1/17/12, Warm-Up**• Answer the following questions in complete sentences. • Compare and contrast ionic bonds and covalent bonds. • 2. Explain the difference between a polar bond and a polar molecule. • 3. Explain the process for finding out the molecular geometry for a molecule. Through- Classwork Computer lab intermolecular forces activity Homework: Review packet due Friday Test Friday**In- 1/18/12, Warm-Up**• Answer the following questions in complete sentences. • Explain what an intermolecular force is. • 2. Name the three types of intermolecular forces and describe where you would find each type of force. • 3. How is boiling point related to intermolecular forces? • 4. Rank the following in order from weakest to strongest: ionic bond, hydrogen bond, london dispersion force, dipole-dipole force. Through- Classwork Check out lab drawers Intermolecular forces lab Homework: Test Friday Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 1/23/12, Warm-Up**Write a five sentence paragraph about how your semester is going so far. Through- Classwork Activity 3: How Much Gas Is Produced? Homework Lab Write up due tomorrow**In- 1/24/12, Warm-Up**In a five sentence paragraph, write about the activity you did yesterday in class. What concepts was it reviewing? What new information did you get out of it? Through- Classwork Mole to Mole calculations Homework: Finish mole to mole calculations**In- 1/25/12, Warm-Up**CH4 + 2O2→ CO2 + 2H2O 1. How many moles of water can be produced if you start with 5.2 moles of CH4? 2. If you end up with 16 moles of carbon dioxide, how many moles of oxygen would you have to start with? 3. If you start with .675 moles of oxygen how many moles of CH4 would be present to start? Through- Classwork Gram to mole conversions Moles and Mass lab Homework: Gram to mole conversions**In- 1/27/12, Warm-Up**• C3H8 + 5O2→ 4H2O + 3CO2 • Calculate the number of grams of water produced if you start with 4.5 moles of oxygen. • 2. If 16.9 grams of carbon dioxide are produced, calculate the number of moles of C3H8 that you started with. • 3. How many grams of carbon dioxide can be produced from 108 grams of oxygen? Through- Classwork Grams to grams calculations Finish Lab Worksheet 8B `due in class Homework: None**In- 1/30/12, Warm-Up**1. If 2.47 x 1023 molecules of potassium chloride are produced from the reaction between chlorine and potassium, how many grams of potassium did you start with? 2. Fifty-six grams of aluminium metal reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce hydrogen gas. How many liters of hydrogen gas are produced? Through- Classwork Finish Worksheet 8B S’mores lab Homework: Stoichiometery packet due next Monday Test next Monday Feb 5th**In- 1/31/12, Warm-Up**Based on the s’mores lab yesterday, describe what you did in the activity. Use at least 2 vocabulary words in your description. Through- Classwork Finish smores lab Limiting reactant practice problems. Practice lab calculations Homework: Stoichiometry packet due Monday Test Monday**In- 2/1/12, Warm-Up**If you start with 56.7 grams of silver and 24.8 grams of chlorine to produce silver chloride, how much silver chloride can be produced? Through- Classwork Lead Iodide lab Homework: Stoichiometry packet due Monday Test Monday Lab due Tuesday**In- 2/6/12, Warm-Up**We are finishing up with the stoichiometry unit. What are you understanding well? What do you need more practice on? What do you need to do between now and Monday to make sure you are ready for the test? Through- Classwork Work day You may use this time to get help on the lab calculations or the stoichiometry packet. Homework: Stoichiometry packet due Tuesday Stoichiometry test Monday Lab due Tuesday Test Tuesday**In- 2/8/12, Warm-Up**Write a five sentence paragraph about how you believe you learn best. Why do you think you learn best this way? Through- Classwork Project introduction Multiple intelligences survey Multiple intelligences mini project Homework: None**In- 2/10/12, Warm-Up**We are going to be starting our gas laws unit. In complete sentences write down anything you know relating to the states of matter. Through- Classwork Introduction to gas laws Boyles Law Lab Work on projects if time Homework: None**In- 2/13/12, Warm-Up**Through- Classwork Boyles and charles law worksheet Homework: None**In- 2/14/12, Warm-Up**I heard there was some confusion about how to do the problems when the substitute was here yesterday. Please write down what was confusing to you or what you were not understanding. When you are finished, please turn in your warm up today. I do not want your whole notebook. Through- Classwork Project reminder Talk about the test/classes for next year Go over Boyles/Charles law problems New Boyles Charles law problems due in class Homework: Finish assignment from when sub was here Mini project due tomorrow**In- 2/15/12, Warm-Up**• Solve the following problems. • A container has a pressure of 35.4 torr and a volume of 150 mL. The pressure inside the container changes to 311.4 torr. What is the new volume? • 2. The temperature outside is 10.5oC causing a bicycle tire to deflate to a volume of 5.6 mL. The temperature of the air warms up to a temperature of 15.3oC. What is the new volume. Through- Classwork Presentation of skits Combined gas law examples and problems Gas Law Lab Homework: None**In- 2/22/12, Warm-Up**• 89.7 L of a gas is collected over water at a temperature of 37oC at a pressure of 623.1 mmHg. The next day, the volume of the gas is measured to be 73.2 L at a pressure of 654.2 mmHg. What is the new temperature? • 2. Explain what a water correction is and why it is necessary. Through- Classwork Molar volume of a gas lab Homework: Worksheet 10B Gas Laws Test next Friday**In- 2/23/12, Warm-Up**1. A gas is found to have a volume of 25.6 mL at a temperature of 57.8 oC. What is the temperature of the gas if the volume shrinks to 26.8 mL? 2. The volume of a gas is measured to be 600.2 mL at an unknown pressure. The next day, the volume of the gas has expanded to 678.1 mL at a pressure of 2.56 atm. What was the pressure on the first day? Through- Classwork Introduce Ideal gas law and Daltons Law Gas laws packet due Friday. These do not leave the classroom. Homework: Gas Laws test next Friday Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 2/24/12, Warm-Up**• 2.5 moles of a gas is found to have a volume of 65.2 L at a pressure of 6.1 atm. What is the temperature of the gas? • 2. A gas is collected over water at a temperature of 20.2oC. 56.7 mL of the gas is collected. The atmospheric pressure is 625.46 mmHg. What would the volume of the gas be at STP? Through- Classwork Finish gas laws packet- this is due in class today. Homework: Test next Friday Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 2/27/12, Warm-Up**You have a test coming up on Friday over the gas laws. Write about what you are understanding well and what you are having trouble with. How do you plan on getting help with the concepts you are not understanding well before Friday? Through- Classwork Go over lab calculations Finish gas laws packets- due in class Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday Test Friday**In- 2/28/12, Warm-Up**You probably already have signed up for classes for next year or you will be soon. What class for science are you planning on signing up for? Why did you make that choice? Do you have any ideas about what you might want to study once you get to college? How are the classes you are taking in high school going to help prepare you for college? Through- Classwork Ideal gas law review problems Homework: Gas Laws test Friday**In- 2/29/12, Warm-Up**1. In a 2.5 liter container, there are .0365 moles of hydrogen gas. The temperature is 298 K. What is the pressure of the gas inside the container? 2. A container of gas contains 55.6 grams at a pressure of 645 mmHg. The volume of the container is 245 mL. What is the temperature of the gas in degrees celsius? Through- Classwork Ideal Gas Law Lab due in class today- no write up Homework: Gas Laws Test Friday**In- 3/9/12, Warm-Up**In a five sentence paragraph, write about this past week. Which of the TCAP tests were the easiest for you? Which were the hardest for you? Why? What else did you do during the week? Through- Classwork Rocket competition Which group can launch a plastic rocket the farthest? Homework: None**In- 3/12/12, Warm-Up**• We are going to be studying solutions for the next couple of weeks. Look at the list of words below and write down whatever you know about those words. • Solute • 2. Solvent • 3. Molarity • 4. Soluble/Insoluble • 5. Polar/Nonpolar Through- Classwork Solutions Notes Homework: Solubility graph**In- 3/13/12,Warm-Up**Using your notes from yesterday, write a five sentence paragraph summarizing your notes. Underline 5 key terms. Through- Classwork Molarity calculations Homework: None**In- 3/14/12,Warm-Up**• If you have 25 grams of HCl and 48.5 liters, what molarity of HCl can you make? • 2. If the molarity of a solution of ZnCl2 is 6.4 M and you know that you started with 4.2 grams, how many liters are necessary? Through- Classwork Supersaturated lab Homework: None**In- 3/16/12,Warm-Up**• Explain what an unsaturated, saturated, and supersaturated solution are. • 2. Which of the three solutions is the most stable? Why do you think this is? • 3. Why is it that so much sodium thiosulfate should have dissolved in so little water in the lab on Wednesday? Through- Classwork Lab demo Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 3/19/12, Warm-Up**No warm up- get started on lab right away Through- Classwork Solutions, suspensions, colloids lab Homework: Finish solutions, suspensions, colloids lab Test Friday**In- 3/20/12, Warm-Up**• Explain the difference between a solution, suspension, and a colloid. • 2. Explain what the Tyndall effect is and how it was used yesterday in the lab. • 3. Give an example of something that is a solution, suspension, and a colloid. Through- Classwork Molarity calculations Colligative properties Molality calculations Homework: Test Friday Finish worksheets not finished in class**In- 3/21/12, Warm-Up**• Explain what a colligative property is. • 2. Name each of the colligative properties. • 3. Why do they put salt or Mag chloride on the roads in the winter time? Through- Classwork Chromatography lab Solutions review packet Homework: Test Friday Lab write up due Tuesday after spring break**In- 4/2/12, Warm-Up**Write a five sentence paragraph about what you did over spring break. Through- Classwork Acids and Bases Webquest Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 4/3/12, Warm-Up**Based on the assignment from yesterday, write down one thing you learned from each website that you found interesting. Then, write down whatever you think is the MOST IMPORTANT thing you learned from yesterday. Through- Classwork Introduce Bronsted Lowry acids and bases Conjugate acid base pairs explanation Conjugate acid base pairs worksheet Homework: None**In- 4/4/12, Warm-Up**Identify the conjugate acid/base pairs in the equation below. HC2H3O2 + H2O → C2H3O2-+ H3O+ Give the conjugate acid for the following bases: NH3 HPO42- Give the conjugate base for the following acids: HCl H2SO4 Through- Classwork pH rainbow demonstration Indicator discussion pH of common household substances lab You will be creating your own lab today. Homework: Lab Write up due Tuesday**In- 4/6/12, Warm-Up**Thinking about the lab on Wednesday, explain why you chose to use the indicator you did to test each substance. Did your method seem effective? Is there anything you would do differently next time to improve your results? Did any of the results surprise you? Through- Classwork Questions on HW pH, pOH, [OH], [H] worksheet due in class today Homework: None**In- 4/9/12, Warm-Up**Given that the [OH-] of a solution is 1.5 x 10-9, calculate the pH, pOH, [H+], and decide if it is an acid or a base. Through- Classwork Introduction to titration Molarity calculations worksheet Start computer assignment Homework: Lab write up due Tuesday**In- 4/10/12, Warm-Up**• In your own words, explain what a titration is and what it is used for. • 2. During a titration, you add 12.5 mL of .2 M HCl to an unknown concentration of NaOH. You start out with 10.0 mL of the base solution. What is the concentration of the base? Through- Classwork Introduce how to use burets Practice titration lab Homework: Acids bases test Tuesday**In- 4/11/12, Warm-Up**• When doing a titration, what do you clean your buret with? • 2. In which substance, acid or base, does the indicator go? • 3. What pieces of data do you need to make sure you write down when doing a titration? Through- Classwork Titration lab calculations Titration lab introduction Titration lab Homework: Test Tuesday on Acids/Bases**In- 4/13/12 Warm-Up**No Warm Up- Get started on lab Through- Classwork Finish Titration lab- Part B If you finish early, start on buffer worksheet Homework: Acid Base Test Tuesday**In- 4/16/12, Warm-Up**• Test review questions • Calculate the pH, [H], pOH, and decide if the substance is acidic or basic given that the [OH] = 4.2x10-6 M. • 2. Explain in your own words what a titration is used for. Be sure to include any important information you can think of having to do with titration. • 3. Define acid, base, conjugate acid, and conjugate base. • 4. Given the compound NH3, write what the conjugate acid would be and the conjugate base. Through- Classwork Buffers worksheet Homework: Test tomorrow**In- 4/18/12, Warm-Up**We are going to be starting our thermochemistry unit. Today, we are going to be talking about conduction, convection, and radiation. In a five sentence paragraph, write down anything that you know about this topic. You can also write about heat and temperature or energy. Through- Classwork What is heat lab No lab write up- due in class Checking up questions and chem to go questions due on a separate sheet of paper. Homework: Finish checking up/chem to go questions**In- 4/20/12, Warm-Up**• Explain what conduction, convection, and radiation are. • 2. Using the model of cooking peas, explain how the three types of heat transfer are used to help cook the peas. • 3. What is/are the unit(s) that is/are used to measure energy? Through- Classwork Heat calculations introduction and worksheet Homework: None**In- 4/25/11, Warm-Up**In a five sentence paragraph, summarize what you have learned so far in the thermochemistry chapter. Underline 5 key words. Through- Classwork Entropy and Free Energy notes Free energy worksheet Homework: Finish Free Energy worksheet Test next Friday Specific heat lab write ups due Thursday**In- 4/28/11, Warm-Up**• Answer the questions in complete sentences. • What is entropy? • 2. Does the universe tend to be more ordered or disordered? • 3. What is the equation used to find free energy? • 4. Describe the two situations where a reaction will definitely be spontaneous. • 5. What is the determining factor in reactions that might be spontaneous? Through- Classwork Entropy worksheet Iodine clock lab: reaction rates Homework: Test next Friday**In- 4/29/11, Warm-Up**Think about the lab you did yesterday. What were two factors that seemed to make a difference in the speed of your reaction? Explain why you think this is. Through- Classwork Reaction rates notes and worksheet Homework: Test next Friday**In- 5/2/11, Warm Up**Write a five sentence paragraph about reaction rates. Be sure to include the five factors that speed up a reaction in your paragraph. Through- Classwork Dueling aquariums demo Introduction to equilibrium Equilibrium worksheet Homework: Test Friday Finish equilibrium wkst

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