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Monday
3-21-16
OA Compare and contrast ionic
and molecular compounds.
Topics
Assign Seats
Discuss classroom procedures
and rules
Fill out information sheet
Whiteboard nomenclature rules
and practice problems
Discuss rules andcompare
answers in circle discussion
Homework
Nomenclature practice Problems
Reminders
Balancing Quiz 3-28
Signatures due 3-28
Supplies and book cover are due 3-28
Tuesday
3-22-16
OA Name or write the
formula for the following?
  • AlPO4
  • MgS
  • NiS
  • NI3
  • Dinitrogen pentoxide
  • Antimony (V) sulfide
  • Ammonium chromate
  • Cesium sulfite
Topics
Discuss Homework
Balancing notes and practice
Homework
Unit 7 Worksheet 1
Reminders
Balancing Quiz 3-28
Signatures due 3-28
Supplies and book cover are due 3-28
Wednesday
3-23-16
OA balance the following
chemical reactions
OA balance the following
chemical reactions
C3H8 + O2 ––> CO2 + H2O
Sr(OH)2 + FeCl3 ––> SrCl2 + Fe(OH)3
C6H6 + O2 –> CO2 + H2O
H2SO4 + Ba(OH)2 ––>H2O + BaSO4
Topics
Discuss Homework
Guided Practice Unit 7
Worksheet 2
Homework
Unit 7 Worksheet 2
Reminders
Balancing Quiz 3-28
Signatures due 3-28
Supplies and book cover
are due 3-28
Thursday
3-24-16
OA balance the following chemical reactions
C2H6 + Cl2 ––> CCl4 + HCl
Ca(OH)2 + FeCl3 ––> CaCl2 + Fe(OH)3
NH3 + O2 –> NO2 + H2O
HNO3 + Ba(OH)2 ––> H2O + Ba(NO3)2
Topics
Discuss Homework
Guided practice PHET Balancing Activity
Homework
Unit 7 Worksheet 3
Reminders
Balancing Quiz 3-28
Signatures due 3-28
Supplies and bookcover are due 3-28
Friday
3-25-16
No school
Monday
3-28-16
OA balance and draw particle diagrams for the the following
chemical reactions
  • Iron burns in air to forma
black solid, iron (III) oxide.
  • Magnesium hydroxide reacts
with nitric acid (HNO3) to
form waterand magnesium
nitrate.
Topics
Discuss HW
Balancing Quiz
Discuss Types of Reactions and
Energy
Homework
Unit 7 Worksheet 2 & 3 naming
reaction types
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Journal due Friday
Tuesday
3-29-16
OA balance and name the
following chemical reactions
  • Aluminum burns in air
to form a grey solid,
aluminum oxide.
  • Magnesium hydroxide
reacts with hydrochloric acid (HCl) to form water and magnesium chloride.
  • Zinc reacts with
copper (II) nitrate to
form zinc nitrate and copper.
Topics
Discuss HW
Balanced Equations and
Particle Drawings Activity
Whiteboard particle
drawings and balanced equations
Homework
Finish Balanced Equations
and Particle Drawings
Activity
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Journal due Friday
Wednesday
3-30-16
OA balance and name the following chemical reactions
  • Iron reacts with a solution of hydrogen sulfate
to form iron (II) sulfate and hydrogen gas.
  • The combustion of ethane gas, C2H6, produces
carbon dioxide gas and water vapor.
Topic
Discuss Homework
Discuss LOL energy charts
Homework
Unit 7 Worksheet 4
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Journal due Friday
Thursday
3-31-16
OA balance and name
the following chemical reactions
H2SO4 + Ba(OH)2 ––> H2O + BaSO4
C2H2 + O2 ––> CO2 + H2O
Topic
Discuss Homework
Guided Practice Unit 7 Worksheet
4b
Homework
Unit 7 Review
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Journal due Friday


Friday
4-1-16
OA Describe the following reactions
as synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement or combustion.
C2H4 + 3 O2 –> 2 CO2 + 2 H2O
N2 + 3 Cl2 à 2 NCl3
2 Mg + CO2 à C + 2 MgO
2 Al2O3 à 4 Al + 3 O2
Topics
Discuss Homework
Do Reaction Type Lab
Homework
Finish Lab
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Journal due
Monday
4-11-16
OA The combustion of ethane
gas, C2H6, produces carbon
dioxide gas and water vapor.
This reaction is exothermic. Include the energy term in
your equation.

Sketch the energy bar graph
that represents the Eth
and Ech and energy transfers at various stages in the reaction.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Guided practice unit 7 Study guide
Homework
Study for Unit 7 exam
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-13
Tuesday
4-12-16
Testing
Wednesday
4-13-16
OA Compare and contrast exothermic and endothermic.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Unit 7 Study Guide
Homework
Unit 7 Study Guide
Reminders
Unit 7 Exam 4-14
Thursday
4-14-16
OA Is the reaction exothermic or endothermic? Explain.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Unit 7 Exam
Homework
None
Reminders
None
Friday
4-15-16
OA Explain the following terms molar mass and Avogadro’s number.
Topics
Discuss Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio)
Guided practice BCA charts
Homework
Finish BCA Charts
Reminders
Unit 8 BCA Quiz 4-19
Monday
4-18-16
OA Lead(II) sulfide, PbS, reacts with oxygen gas to produce lead(II) oxide and sulfur
dioxide. If 0.500 moles of O2 were consumed using this chemical reaction, how many grams of
lead(II) oxide would be produced?
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio)
Guided practice Unit 8 Worksheet 1
Homework
Finish Unit 8 Worksheet 1
Reminders
Unit 8 BCA Quiz 4-19
Journal due Friday
Tuesday
4-19-16
OA Potassium chlorate, KClO3, decomposes when heated to produce potassium chloride and oxygen gas. If 2.50 grams of KClO3 were heated in a test tube, how many grams of oxygen gas should be given off?
Topics
Discuss Homework
Unit 8 BCA Quiz
Stoichiometry PHET Lab
Homework
None
Reminders
Journal due Friday
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz 4-26
Wednesday
4-20-16
OA What mass of SO2 was used up in the reaction with an excess of oxygen gas if 14.2 g of sulfur trioxide is formed? 2 SO2 + O2 à 2 SO3
Topics
Do Copper Silver Nitrate Lab Part 1
Percent Yield Notes
Homework
Unit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 1-3
Reminders
Journal Due Friday
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz 4-26
Thursday
4-21-16
OA The reaction between 15.8 g of NH3 and excess oxygen gas produces 21.8 g of NO gas and some water. Determine the per cent yield.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Do Copper Silver Nitrate Lab Part 2
Copper Silver Nitrate lab calculations
Homework
Unit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 4-8
Reminders
Journal Due Friday
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz 4-26
Friday
4-22-16
OA For the chemical reaction shown below, calculate the theoretical yield of zinc sulfide, in grams, that can be made from 0.503 g of S8. If the experimental yield is 0.606 g of zinc sulfide, what is the percent yield? 8 Zn + S8 8 ZnS
Topics
Discuss Homework
Collect Journal
Finish Copper Silver Nitrate lab calculations
Limiting Reactant Notes
Homework
Unit 8 Worksheet 3
Reminders
Journal Due
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz 4-26
Monday
4-25-16
OA If 21.4 g of aluminum is reacted with 91.3 g of iron (III) oxide; the products will be aluminum oxide and iron metal. What mass of iron will be produced?
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss Copper Silver Nitrate Lab
Homework
Unit 8 Worksheet 4
Reminders
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz 4-26
Tuesday
4-26-16
OA For the combustion of sucrose: C12H22O11 + 12O2 ---> 12CO2 + 11H2O
there are 10.0 g of sucrose and 10.0 g of oxygen reacting. Which is the limiting reactant?
Topics
Journal Due
Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz
Discuss Homework
Homework
Unit 8 Review
Reminders
Unit 8 Exam 4-28-16
Wednesday
4-27-16
OA A student placed a piece of nickel in silver nitrate solution. Silver metal precipitated and aqueous nickel (II) nitrate was produced. The student collected the following data:
Mass of beaker 106.28 g
Mass of beaker with silver 107.46 g
Mass of nickel before 5.00 g
Mass of nickel after 4.65 g
a. Write a balanced equation for the reaction
b. From the mass of Ni reacted, determine the theoretical yield of silver
c. Determine the actual yield of silver
d. Determine the percent yield of silver.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Guided Practice Study Guide
Homework
Unit 8 Study Guide
Reminders
Unit 8 Exam 4-28-16
Thursday
4-28-16
OA Calculate the number of NaBr formula units formed when 50 NBr3 molecules and 57 NaOH formula units react? 2NBr3 + 3NaOH ---> N2 + 3NaBr + 3HOBr
Topics
Discuss Study Guide
Unit 8 Exam
Homework
None
Reminders
None
Friday
4-29-16
OA Describe the relationships between the following variables: Pressure & Volume, Temperature & Volume, Temperature & Pressure
Topics
Review Gas Law variables and their relationships
Discuss Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressures
Ideal Gas Law pre-lab
Homework
Unit 9 Worksheet 1
Reminders
Unit 9 Ideal Gas Law Lab Quiz 5-5
Monday
5-2-16
OA A 350 mL sample of gas has a temperature of 30˚C and a pressure of 1.20 atm. What temperature would be needed for the same amount of gas to fit into a 250 mL flask at standard pressure? Make an IFE chart.
Topics
Ideal Gas Law Lab Data Collection
Homework
Ideal Gas Law calculations
Reminders
Unit 9 Ideal Gas Law Lab Quiz 5-5
Journal due 5-6
Tuesday
5-3-16
OA A closed flask of air (0.250L) contains 5.0 “puffs” of particles. The pressure probe on the flask reads 93 kPa. A student uses a syringe to add an additional 3.0 “puffs” of air through the stopper. Find the new pressure inside the flask. Make an IFE chart.
Topics
Molar Volume (STP) and Ideal Gas Law (not STP) notes
Ideal Gas Law Lab debrief
Homework
Unit 9 Worksheet 2
Reminders
Unit 9 Ideal Gas Law Lab Quiz 5-5
Journal due 5-6
Wednesday
5-4-16
OA When potassium chlorate, KClO3 is decomposed, oxygen gas and potassium chloride are produced. What volume of oxygen gas at STP is produced when 4.72 g of KClO3 decomposes? Molar volume = 22.4 L@STP/1 mol
Topics
Discuss Unit 9 Worksheet 2
Ideal Gas Law practice problems
Homework
Ideal Gas Law practice problems
Reminders
Unit 9 Ideal Gas Law Lab Quiz 5-5
Journal due 5-6
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Thursday
5-5-16
OA New concept cars in the Detroit Auto Show feature engines that burn hydrogen gas in air to produce water vapor. Suppose that fuel tank contains 150. L of H2 gas at 20.0 atm pressure at 25 ˚C. If all of this gas is burned, what mass of water vapor is produced?
PV = nRT R = 0.0821 L· atm/mole·K Topics
Unit 9 Ideal Gas Law Lab Quiz
Discuss Ideal Gas Law practice problems
Homework
Gas Law Stoichiometry
Reminders
Journal due 5-6
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Friday
5-6-16
OA In the lab you find four bags; each contains 5.00 g of a different gas at STP. The gases are O2, CH4, CO2, and Ne. Rank the bags in order of increasing volume. Explain your reasoning
Topics
Collect journal
Solution notes
Homework
Unit 9 Worksheet 3
Reminders
Journal due
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Monday
5-9-16
OA If 175 g of CuSO4 is dissolved in enough water to make 1.50 L of solution, what is the molarity of the solution?
Topics
Hand in Journal
Discuss Unit 9 Worksheet 3
Quantitative treatment of chemical potential energy notes
Homework
Unit 9 Worksheet 4
Reminders
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Tuesday
5-10-16
OA How much heat should be transferred when 18.2 g of hydrogen bromide is formed during the reaction of hydrogen gas with liquid bromine? Add the energy term to the correct side of the equation. H2 + Br2 à 2 HBr ∆Hº = + 72.80 kJ
Topics
Discuss Unit 9 Worksheet 4
Calorimeter Lab
Homework
Unit 9 Review
Reminders
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Wednesday
5-11-16
OA Ammonia gas combines with excess oxygen gas to produce nitric oxide and water. How many grams of ammonia gas would have to react in order to release 164 kJ of energy? Is the reaction endothermic or exothermic?
4 NH3 + 5 O2 à 4 NO + 6 H2O ∆H = – 1170 kJ
Topics
Discuss Calorimeter Lab
Discuss Unit 9 Review
Homework
Unit 9 Study Guide
Reminders
Unit 9 Exam 5-12
Thursday
5-12-16
OA What mass (in grams) of NH4Cl is needed to prepare 250 mL of a 0.35 M ammonium chloride solution?
Topics
Discuss Study Guide
Unit 9 Exam
Homework
None
Reminders
None
Friday
5-13-16
OA Explain the role of energy in chemical reactions.
Topics
Heat (Q) vs. Radiation (R)
Infrared security camera
Electromagnetic spectrum
Solid radiation vs. Atomic gas radiation
Spectroscopy: Element Identification and Emission Spectra
Homework
Finish Lab
Unit 10 Worksheet 1
Reminders
Unit 10 Exam 5-20
Monday
5-16-16
OA Why does the light from a fluorescent bulb appear white?
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss Unit 10 Worksheet 2
Model Research
Homework
Models of the atom research: drawing and description
  1. John Dalton
  2. Niels Bohr
  3. Sir James Chadwick
  4. Robert Millikan
  5. Henry Moseley
  6. Ernest Rutherford
  7. J.J. Thomson
  8. Edwin Schrodinger
Reminders
Unit 10 Exam 5-20
Journal due 5-20
Tuesday
5-17-16
OA The figure at right shows a spectrograph of isotopes of the element Germanium. Match the letters of the lines in the spectrum with the correct description below.
least abundant
least massive
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss Models
Atomic Theory Vocabulary
Homework
Atomic Theory Practice Problems Worksheet
Reminders
Unit 10 Exam 5-20
Journal due 5-20
Wednesday
5-18-16
OA In Rutherford’s gold foil experiment most of the alpha particles passed straight through the foil, but some were deflected at wide angles. Briefly state in complete sentences how these experimental observations could not have been explained by Thomson’s model of the atom. A sketch of a Thomson atom will aid your explanation.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Unit 10 Worksheet3
Homework
Unit 10 Review
Reminders
Unit 10 Exam 5-20
Journal due 5-20
Thursday
5-19-16
OA Pictured below is the mass spectrogram of a transition metal.
a. What are the molar masses of the isotopes?
b. Based on the experimentally obtained values of molar mass and percent abundance, calculate the average molar mass of the element. Show your work below.
c. What are the symbols, including superscripts and subscripts, of the isotopes of this element?
Topics
Discuss Homework
Unit 10 Study Guide
Homework
Unit 10 Study Guide
Reminders
Unit 10 Exam 5-20
Journal due 5-20
Friday
5-20-16
OA Pictured below is
Topics
Discuss Homework
Collect Journal
Unit 10 Exam
Homework
None
Reminders
Journal due

Monday
5-23-16
OA Explain the following terms: energy levels, sublevels, orbitals, and orbital diagrams.
Topics
Discuss Energy levels, sub levels, orbitals and orbital diagrams.
Discuss Aufbau principle, Pauli Exclusion Principle and Hund’s rule.
Homework
Read, highlight and problem solve pages 1-8.
Reminders
Unit 10b Exam 5-27
Tuesday
5-24-16
OA Draw orbital diagrams for the following elements: Argon, Calcium and Platinum
Topics
Discuss homework
Discuss electron configurations and noble gas configurations and the periodic table.
Homework
Read, highlight and problem solve pages 9-10.
Reminders
Unit 10b Exam 5-27
Wednesday
5-25-16
OA Write the electron configuration and noble gas configuration for the following elements: Iodine, Thorium and Tungsten
Topics
Discuss Homework
Electron Configuration Lab
Homework
Electron Configuration Practice Worksheet
Reminders
Unit 10b Exam 5-27
Thursday
5-26-16
OA Draw orbital diagrams for the following elements: Neon, Iron and Boron
Topics
Discuss Homework
Electron Configuration Lab
Unit 10b Review
Homework
Unit 10b Review
Reminders
Unit 10b Exam 5-27
Friday
5-27-16
OA Explain Aufbaus Principle, Pauli Exclusion Principle and Hund’s Rule.
Topics
Discuss Lab
Unit 10b Exam
Homework
none
Reminders
none

Monday
5-30-16
Memorial Day
Tuesday
5-31-16
OA Explain the following terms: metals, nonmetals and metalloids.
Topics
Mendeleev Periodic Table Activity
Metal, Nonmetals and Metalloids Activity
Homework
Metal, Nonmetals and Metalloids Activity
Reminders
Journal due Friday
Unit 11 Exam 6-6
Wednesday
6-1-16
OA How did Mosley organize his Periodic Table?
Topics
Modern Periodic table
Use the Periodic table to predict Chemical properties
Potassium vs. Sodium Demonstration
Homework
Getting to know the Periodic Table Activity
Reminders
Unit 11 Exam 6-6
Thursday
6-2-16
OA Predict the formulas:
a. sodium chloride: NaCl potassium bromide: _
b. magnesium chloride: MgCl2 calcium iodide: _
c. calcium sulfate: CaSO4 magnesium sulfate: _
d. barium hydroxide: Ba(OH)2 calcium hydroxide: _
Topics
Discuss Periodic Trends
Periodic Trend Activity
Homework
Periodic Trend Activity
Reminders
Unit 11 Exam 6-6
Friday
6-3-16
OA Explain the following terms: atomic radius, ionic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity.
Topics
Collect Journal
Discuss Periodic Trends Activity
Periodic Table Practice Problems
Homework
Period Table Practice Problems and Unit 11 review
Reminders
Unit 11 Exam 6-6

Monday
6-6-16
OA Explain why the following trends across a period and down a group occur: atomic radius, ionic radius, ionization energy, electronegativity.
Topics
Unit 11 Exam
Homework
None
Reminders
None
Tuesday
6-7-16
OA Compare and contrast ionic compounds and molecular compounds.
Topics
Discuss Ionic and Covalent Bonds
Discuss Intermolecular and Intramolecular forces
Homework
Intermolecular force activity
Reminders
Journal due 6-10
Final Exam Review due 6-14
Wednesday
6-8-16
OA Compare and contrast ionic compounds and covalent bonds.
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss Lewis Dot Structures
Homework
Pages 5
Reminders
Journal due 6-10
Final Exam Review due 6-14
Thursday
6-9-16
OA Draw the Lewis dot diagrams for the following: H2S , SO3, NH4 + . NO3 –
Topics
Discuss Homework
Discuss VSPER
Homework
Page 8
Reminders
Journal due 6-10
Final Exam Review due 6-14
Friday
6-10-16
OA For the following ions or molecules (where the central atom is underlined)
  • Draw Lewis Dot Diagram
  • Determine the hybridization, shape and bond angle
CH2F2
OF2
PO3-3
Topics
Collect Journal
Discuss Homework
Discuss polarity
Discuss intermolecular forces vs. intramolecular forces
Homework
Page 11 & 12
Reminders
Final Exam Review due 6-14

Monday
6-13-16
OA What is the strongest intermolecular force present between each of the following compounds?
HCl - HCl
CH4 – CH4
H2O - H2O
CO2 – CO2
CCl4 – CCl4
Topics
Discuss Homework
Take Practice Test
Homework
Unit 12 Review
Reminders
Final Exam Review due 6-14
Tuesday
6-14-16
OA Describe how to name molecular and ionic compounds.
Topics
Discuss Final Exam Review
Homework
Final Exam Review
Reminders
Final Exam 6-15 & 6-17