IT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELP

USE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED. Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday X Block (rm E-5) Everyday both lunches (rm E-9) Tues/Thurs: 2:45-3:45 peer tutoring (Library) ONLINE BOOK: Go to: http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enter D3CBA0C88F

Monday 3-12-18 Learning target: Students will review classroom procedures OA: Board Question Explanation Topics Dimensional Analysis Pass out paperwork Pick up textbook Homework: None Reminders Parent Signature due 3-19 Unit 1 Exam 3-21 Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28

Tuesday 3-13-18 Learning Target: Students will be able use dimensional analysis to convert units of measurements. Opening Activity: How many seconds are in 1 year? Topics: Review Dimensional Analysis Homework: Dimensional Analysis practice problems Reminders Mole Quiz 3-19 Parent Signature due 3-19 Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Wednesday 3-14-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to calculate masses of very small objects. Opening Activity: How many seconds are in 3.5 years? Use Dimensional Analysis Steps. Topics: Bean Lab Review how to use the balance? Homework: Finish the Bean Lab Reminders Mole Quiz 3-19 Parent Signature due 3-19 Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Thursday 3-15-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions. Opening Activity: Calculate the relative mass of each coin as compared to the lightest. Topics: Bean Lab debrief Relative Mass Notes Counting Atoms Avogadro’s number Mole Molar Mass Homework: Unit 5 Worksheet 2 Reminders Mole Quiz 3-19 Parent Signature due 3-19 Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Friday 12-1-17 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions. Opening Activity: What is the mass of 0.015 moles of Ca(OH)2? Topics: Review Counting Atoms Review Avogadro’s number Review Mole Review Molar Mass Homework: Molar Conversion Practice problems Reminders Mole Quiz 12-4 Parent Signature due 12-4 Unit 5 Exam 12-11

Monday 3-19-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: How many Fe atoms are in a 12.0 g sample of Fe2O3? Topics: Hand in Parent Signature Review Molar Conversions WS 2 and Practice problems Mole Quiz Percent composition Empirical Formulas Molecular Formulas Homework: Unit 5 worksheet 3 Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Tuesday 3-20-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: What is the percent by mass of Ca in calcium chloride, CaCl2? Topics: Collect Journal Review Percent composition Review Empirical Formulas Review Molecular Formulas Molecular and Empirical Formula Practice Problems Homework: Molecular and Empirical Formula Practice Problems Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Wednesday 3-21-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: Oxalic acid is a compound used in paints. A sample of oxalic acid was found to contain 1.94 g of carbon, 0.160 g of hydrogen and 5.16 g of oxygen. The molar mass of oxalic acid is 90.0 g/mole. Determine the empirical formula and the molecular formula of this compound. Topics: Unit 5 Review Worksheet Homework: Unit 5 Review Worksheet Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Thursday 3-22-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: What mass of argon gas contains the same number of atoms as 24.3 g of magnesium? Topics: Empirical Formula Lab Homework: Unit 5 Review Worksheet Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Friday 3-23-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas. Opening Activity: What is the empirical formula for C9H18? Support with particle drawings for molecular and empirical formulas. Topics: Collect Journal Lab debrief Homework: Unit 5 Study Guide Worksheet Reminders Unit 5 Exam 3-27

Monday 3-27-18 Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 5. Opening Activity: How many atoms are in 25.0 g of bromine? Topics: Unit 5 Exam Homework: none Reminders: none

Tuesday 3-27-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 3-29

Wednesday3-28-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 3-29

Thursday3-29-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 Stoichiometry PHET Lab Reminders Unit 8 Exam 12-22

Friday 3-30-18

Monday 4-9-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 Percent Yield Notes Homework Unit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 1-3 Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 8 Exam 4-18

Tuesday 4-10-18 SAT

Wednesday 4-11-18 Work Keys

Thursday 4-12-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 percent yield. Topics Discuss Homework Do Stoichiometry and Percent yield Lab Homework Unit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 4-8 Reminders Journal Due Friday Unit 8 Exam 4-18

Friday 4-13-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 Hand in Journal Discuss Homework Stoichiometry and Percent Yield Lab debrief Limiting Reactant Notes Homework Unit 8 Worksheet 3 Reminders Unit 8 Exam 4-18

Monday4-16-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. OA In this lab, sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3, a.k.a. baking soda) will be mixed with acetic acid (HC2H3O2, a.k.a. vinegar) to generate sodium acetate (NaC2H3O2) and gaseous carbon dioxide and liquid water.

Mass of NaHCO3 = 4.2 g Mass of Erlenmeyer Flask = 108.9 g Mass of Erlenmeyer Flask & Product = 112.1 g

1. Write the balanced chemical equation for this reaction. 2. Calculate the theoretical yield of NaC2H3O2 using a stoichiometric BCA chart. 3. Calculate the actual yield of NaC2H3O2. 4. Calculate the percent yield of NaC2H3O2 recovered in this lab. Topics Discuss Homework Homework Unit 8 Worksheet 4 Reminders Unit 8 Exam 4-18

Tuesday 4-17-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 Percent Yield Limiting Reactant Quiz Discuss Homework Homework Unit 8 Review and Study Guide Reminders Unit 8 Exam 4-18

Wednesday 4-18-18 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 8. 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

Thursday 4-19-18 Learning Target: Students will discover the kinetic molecular theory. Opening Activity: Draw a particle diagram for a solid, liquid and gas. Topics: Kinetic Molecular Theory Thermometer Straw Gas lab Homework: Unit 2 Worksheet 1 Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27

Friday 4-20-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure, volume, and temperature at the particle level. Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: pressure, temperature, volume and STP. Topics: Discuss Homework Pressure, volume, temperature, and # of particles Gas lab Homework: Gas Post-Lab questions Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27

Monday 4-23-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain the the relationships between the gas variables graphically and conceptually. Opening Activity: Explain the relationships between pressures, temperature, and volume (include graphs). Topics: Gas Lab debrief Homework: Write a paragraph describing the relationships between all of the gas variables (include graphs). Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 4-24-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: A thermometer is placed in a beaker of cold water. Explain what is going on at the molecular level as the reading on the thermometer falls from 25˚C to 15˚C. Use a diagram to aid your explanation. Topics: Discuss Homework Finish Lab Debrief PVTn problems Homework: Unit 2 Worksheet 3 Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27 Journal due Friday

Wednesday 4-25-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: Sam’s bike tire contains 15 units of air particles and has a volume of 160mL. Under these conditions the pressure reads 13 psi. The tire develops a leak. Now it contains 10 units of air and has contracted to a volume of 150mL). What would the tire pressure be now? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final. Topics: Discuss Homework PVTn problems Homework: PVnT Practice Problems Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27 Journal due Friday

Thursday 4-26-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems. Opening Activity: A container of carbon dioxide has a volume of 260. cm3 at a temperature of 22°C. If the pressure remains constant, what is the volume at 44°C? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final. Topics: Discuss Homework PVTn problems Homework: Unit 2 Review Reminders Unit 2 Exam 4-27 Journal due Friday

Friday 4-27-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Unit 2 concepts. Opening Activity: A sample of gas occupies 825 ml at 26ºC and 942 mmHg. Find the volume of the gas at STP. Draw particle diagrams for initial and final. Topics: Hand in Journal Unit 2 Exam Homework: none Reminders Journal due Friday

Monday 4-30-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems. 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 Review Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio) Guided practice BCA charts Homework Finish BCA Charts Reminders Unit 9 Exam 5-9

Tuesday 5-1-18 Learning target: Students will be able to create PVTn charts and apply Dalton’s partial pressure to gases. 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 Exam 5-9

Wednesday5-2-18 Learning target: Students will be able to discover molar volume experimentally. OA A 450 mL sample of gas has a temperature of 15˚C and a pressure of 4.20 atm. What temperature would be needed for the same amount of gas to fit into a 350 mL flask at standard pressure? Make an IFE chart. Topics Ideal Gas Law Lab Data Collection Homework Ideal Gas Law calculations Reminders Unit 9 Exam 5-9

Thursday 5-3-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar volume and the Ideal Gas law. 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 Exam 5-9

Friday 5-4-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to solve Gas Law Stoichiometry problems. 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 mole Topics Discuss Unit 9 Worksheet 2 Ideal Gas Law practice problems Homework Ideal Gas Law practice problems Reminders Unit 9 Exam 5-9

Monday 5-7-18 Learning Target: Students will be able to solve Gas Law Stoichiometry problems. 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 Discuss Ideal Gas Law practice problems Homework Gas Law Stoichiometry Practice Problems Reminders Unit 9 Exam 5-9 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 5-8-18 Learning target: Students will review Unit 9. OADetermine the partial pressure of the hydrogen gas, PH2 Determine the volume of the H2 gas at standard temperature and pressure. IFE Chart Determine the mass of the magnesium ribbon; convert this to moles of Mg. BCA ChartFrom your answers to b and c, determine the volume of a mole of H2 gas. molar volume = volume of gas / moles of H2 Topics Discuss Homework Homework Unit 9 Review Reminders Journal due Friday Unit 9 Exam 5-9

Wednesday 5-9-18 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 9. OA Compare and contrast molar volume and ideal gas law problems. Topics Discuss Study Guide Unit 9 Exam Homework None Reminders Journal due Friday

Thursday 5-10-18 Learning target: Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of the states of matter through illustrations and descriptions. OA Draw a particle diagram representing a solid, liquid and gas. Topics State of Matter Inquiry Activity Homework Finish State of Matter Inquiry Activity Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23 Journal due Friday

Friday 5-11-18 Learning target: Students will be able to compare ionic and covalent bonds. OA Compare and contrast solids, liquids and gases. Topics Collect Journal Review Ionic and Covalent Bonds pages 1-2 Review Lewis Dot Structures Homework Page 5 practice problems Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Monday5-14-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply intermolecular forces to molecular molecules. OA Draw the Lewis dot Structure for N2H2, NO2-1 & CHO3. Topics Intermolecular Forces pages 6-8 Homework Page 9 practice problems Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Tuesday 5-15-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain heating and cooling curves for water. OA Compare and contrast dispersion, dipole-dipole and hydrogen bonds. Topics Discuss Heating and Cooling Curves pages 10-12 Homework Page 11-13 practice problems Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Wednesday 5-16-18 Learning target: Students will discover energy changes which accompany phase changes. OA Draw and label the cooling curve for water. Topics Icy Hot Lab Homework Phase change Lab Analysis Questions Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Thursday 5-17-18 Learning target: Students will be able to analyze and explain phase diagrams. OA Draw and label the heating curve for water. Topics Unit 12 Practice Problems Homework Unit 12 Practice Problems Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Friday 5-18-18 Learning target: Students will be able to analyze and explain temperature and heat. OA Compare and contrast endothermic and exothermic. Topics Discuss Heat and Temperature pages 13-16 Start Specific Heat Lab Homework Unit 3 WS 3 Practice Problems Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23

Monday 5-21-18 Learning target: Students will discover the specific heats of three metals. OA When 1507 J of heat are added to a certain mass of water, the temperature rises by 115oC. What is the mass of the water? Topics Specific Heat Lab Homework Read, highlight and problem solve pages 13-17 Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23 Journal due Friday

Tuesday 5-22-18 Learning target: Students will review unit 12 concepts. OA A substance has a mass of 315 g, absorbs 5,820 J of heat and its temperature increase by 62°C. What is the substances specific heat? Topics Specific Heat Lab debrief Unit 12 Review Homework Unit 12 Review Reminders Unit 12 Exam 5-23 Journal due Friday

Wednesday 5-23-18 Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 12 concepts. OA Why does temperature remain constant during a phase change? ? Topics Unit 12 Exam Homework none Reminders Journal due Friday

Thursday 5-24-18 Learning target: Students will discover concentrations of solutions. OA Draw a particle diagram representing a concentrated and diluted solution. Topics Solution Inquiry Activity Homework Finish Solution Inquiry Activity Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Journal due Friday

Friday 5-25-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply solubility graphically and mathematically. OA Compare and contrast concentrated and diluted. Topics Hand in Journal Solubility pages 1-3 Homework Solubility Practice Problems pages 3-4 Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7

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Tuesday 5-29-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply solubility graphically and mathematically. OA Compare and contrast saturated, unsaturated and supersaturated. Topics Solubility Lab Homework Solubility Lab Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7

Wednesday 5-30-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molarity conceptually and mathematically. OA How does temperature affect solubility? Topics Molarity and Dilutions pages 5-6 Homework Molarity Practice Problems pages 7-8 Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7

Thursday 5-31-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molarity conceptually and mathematically. OA Explain molarity? Topics Molarity/Dilution Practice Problems worksheet Homework Molarity Practice Problems worksheet Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Final Exam Review due 6-10

Friday 6-1-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply dilutions conceptually and mathematically. OA Explain dilution? Topics Pass out final Exam review Molarity/Dilution Practice Problems worksheet Homework Dilution Practice Problems worksheet Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Final Exam Review due 6-10

Monday 6-4-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base reactions. OA How can you recognize an acid and base? Topics Acid Base pages 9-10 Homework Final Exam Review Acid Base Practice Problems Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Journal due 6-8 Final Exam Review due 6-10

Tuesday 6-5-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base titrations. OA Find the pH and pOH with a H+ concentration of 8.80 x 10-9 Topics Titration pages 15-16 Homework Titration Practice Problems pages 15-16 Final Exam Review due 6-2 Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Journal due 6-8 Final Exam Review due 6-10

Wednesday 6-6-18 Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base titrations in the lab. OA If 60.5 mL of 0.450 M HCl are needed to titrate 40.5 mL of NaOH, what is the molarity of the KOH? (Start with a balanced equation) Topics Titration Lab Chapter 14 Review Homework Finish Titration Lab Unit 14 Review Final Exam Review due 6-12 Reminders Unit 14 Exam 6-7 Journal due 6-8 Final Exam Review due 6-10

Thursday 6-7-18 Learning target: Students will review unit 14 concepts. OA What are the steps to doing a titration? Topics Unit 14 Test Homework Final Exam Review due 6-12 Reminders Journal due 6-8 Final Exam Review due 6-10

WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRYTHIS WEBSITE WILL BE YOUR BEST FRIENDIT STATES WHAT WAS DONE IN CLASS EACH DAY, WHAT THE HOMEWORK IS, WHEN A TEST IS COMING UP AND HOW TO RECEIVE EXTRA HELPUSE IT AND BECOME BETTER INFORMED.Everyday Before school 6:45 a.m.-7:25 a.m.Tuesday X Block (rm E-5)Everyday both lunches (rm E-9)Tues/Thurs: 2:45-3:45 peer tutoring (Library)ONLINE BOOK: Go to:http://www.glencoe.com/ose/ and enterD3CBA0C88FMonday3-12-18Learning target: Students will review classroom proceduresOA: Board Question ExplanationTopicsDimensional AnalysisPass out paperworkPick up textbookHomework:NoneRemindersParent Signature due 3-19Unit 1 Exam 3-21Cedar Point Permission Slip due 3-28Tuesday3-13-18Learning Target: Students will be able use dimensional analysis to convert units of measurements.Opening Activity: How many seconds are in 1 year?Topics:Review Dimensional AnalysisHomework:Dimensional Analysis practice problemsRemindersMole Quiz 3-19Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 5 Exam 3-27Wednesday3-14-18Learning Target: Students will be able tocalculate masses of very small objects.Opening Activity: How many seconds are in 3.5 years?Use Dimensional Analysis Steps.Topics:Bean LabReview how to use the balance?Homework:Finish the Bean LabRemindersMole Quiz 3-19Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 5 Exam 3-27Thursday3-15-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions.Opening Activity: Calculate the relative mass of each coin as compared to the lightest.Topics:Bean Lab debriefRelative Mass NotesCounting AtomsAvogadro’s numberMoleMolar MassHomework:Unit 5 Worksheet 2RemindersMole Quiz 3-19Parent Signature due 3-19Unit 5 Exam 3-27Friday12-1-17Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar conversions.Opening Activity: What is the mass of 0.015 moles of Ca(OH)2?Topics:Review Counting AtomsReview Avogadro’s numberReview MoleReview Molar MassHomework:Molar Conversion Practice problemsRemindersMole Quiz 12-4Parent Signature due 12-4Unit 5 Exam 12-11Monday3-19-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: How many Fe atoms are in a 12.0 g sample of Fe2O3?Topics:Hand in Parent SignatureReview Molar Conversions WS 2 and Practice problemsMole QuizPercent compositionEmpirical FormulasMolecular FormulasHomework:Unit 5 worksheet 3RemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 3-27Tuesday3-20-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: What is the percent by mass of Ca in calcium chloride, CaCl2?Topics:Collect JournalReview Percent compositionReview Empirical FormulasReview Molecular FormulasMolecular and Empirical Formula Practice ProblemsHomework:Molecular and Empirical Formula Practice ProblemsRemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 3-27Wednesday3-21-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain percent composition, empirical formulas and molecular formulas.Opening Activity: Oxalic acid is a compound used in paints. A sample of oxalic acid was found to contain 1.94 g of carbon, 0.160 g of hydrogen and 5.16 g of oxygen. The molar mass of oxalic acid is 90.0 g/mole. Determine the empirical formula and the molecular formula of this compound.Topics:Unit 5 Review WorksheetHomework:Unit 5 Review WorksheetRemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 3-27Thursday3-22-18Opening Activity: What mass of argon gas contains the same number of atoms as 24.3 g of magnesium?Topics:Empirical Formula LabHomework:Unit 5 Review WorksheetRemindersJournal due FridayUnit 5 Exam 3-27Friday3-23-18Opening Activity: What is the empirical formula for C9H18? Support with particle drawings for molecular and empirical formulas.Topics:Collect JournalLab debriefHomework:Unit 5 Study Guide WorksheetRemindersUnit 5 Exam 3-27Monday3-27-18Learning Target: Students will be assessed on Unit 5.Opening Activity: How many atoms are in 25.0 g of bromine?Topics:Unit 5 ExamHomework:noneReminders:noneTuesday3-27-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.OA Explain the following terms molar mass and Avogadro’s number.TopicsDiscuss Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio)Guided practice BCA chartsHomeworkFinish BCA ChartsRemindersUnit 8 BCA Quiz 3-29Wednesday3-28-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.OA Lead(II) sulfide, PbS, reacts with oxygen gas to produce lead(II) oxide and sulfurdioxide. If 0.500 moles of O2 were consumed using this chemical reaction, how many grams of lead(II) oxide would be produced?TopicsDiscuss HomeworkDiscuss Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio)Guided practice Unit 8 Worksheet 1HomeworkFinish Unit 8 Worksheet 1RemindersUnit 8 BCA Quiz 3-29Thursday3-29-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.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?TopicsDiscuss HomeworkUnit 8 BCA QuizStoichiometry PHET LabHomeworkStoichiometry PHET LabRemindersUnit 8 Exam 12-22Friday3-30-18Monday4-9-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.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 + O2à2 SO3TopicsPercent Yield NotesHomeworkUnit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 1-3RemindersJournal due FridayUnit 8 Exam 4-18Tuesday4-10-18SATWednesday4-11-18Work KeysThursday4-12-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.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 percent yield.TopicsDiscuss HomeworkDo Stoichiometry and Percent yield LabHomeworkUnit 8 Worksheet 2 Problems 4-8RemindersJournal Due FridayUnit 8 Exam 4-18Friday4-13-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.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 ZnSTopicsHand in JournalDiscuss HomeworkStoichiometry and Percent Yield Lab debriefLimiting Reactant NotesHomeworkUnit 8 Worksheet 3RemindersUnit 8 Exam 4-18Monday4-16-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.OA In this lab, sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3, a.k.a. baking soda) will be mixed with acetic acid (HC2H3O2, a.k.a. vinegar) to generate sodium acetate (NaC2H3O2) and gaseous carbon dioxide and liquid water.Mass of NaHCO3 = 4.2 gMass of Erlenmeyer Flask = 108.9 gMass of Erlenmeyer Flask & Product = 112.1 g1. Write the balanced chemical equation for this reaction.2. Calculate the theoretical yield of NaC2H3O2 using a stoichiometric BCA chart.3. Calculate the actual yield of NaC2H3O2.4. Calculate the percent yield of NaC2H3O2 recovered in this lab.TopicsDiscuss HomeworkHomeworkUnit 8 Worksheet 4RemindersUnit 8 Exam 4-18Tuesday4-17-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.OA For the combustion of sucrose:C12H22O11 + 12O2 ---> 12CO2 + 11H2Othere are 10.0 g of sucrose and 10.0 g of oxygen reacting. Which is the limiting reactant?TopicsPercent Yield Limiting Reactant QuizDiscuss HomeworkHomeworkUnit 8 Review and Study GuideRemindersUnit 8 Exam 4-18Wednesday4-18-18Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 8.OA Calculate the number of NaBr formula units formed when 50 NBr3 molecules and 57 NaOH formula units react?2NBr3 + 3NaOH ---> N2 + 3NaBr + 3HOBrTopicsDiscuss Study GuideUnit 8 ExamHomeworkNoneRemindersNoneThursday4-19-18Learning Target: Students will discover the kinetic molecular theory.Opening Activity: Draw a particle diagram for a solid, liquid and gas.Topics:Kinetic Molecular TheoryThermometerStrawGas labHomework:Unit 2 Worksheet 1RemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Friday4-20-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain pressure, volume, and temperature at the particle level.Opening Activity: Explain the following terms: pressure, temperature, volume and STP.Topics:Discuss HomeworkPressure, volume, temperature, and # of particlesGas labHomework:Gas Post-Lab questionsRemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Monday4-23-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain the the relationships between the gas variables graphically and conceptually.Opening Activity: Explain the relationships between pressures, temperature, and volume (include graphs).Topics:Gas Lab debriefHomework:Write a paragraph describing the relationships between all of the gas variables (include graphs).RemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Journal due FridayTuesday4-24-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: A thermometer is placed in a beaker of cold water. Explain what is going on at the molecular level as the reading on the thermometer falls from 25˚C to 15˚C.Use a diagram to aid your explanation.Topics:Discuss HomeworkFinish Lab DebriefPVTn problemsHomework:Unit 2 Worksheet 3RemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Journal due FridayWednesday4-25-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: Sam’s bike tire contains 15 units of air particles and has a volume of 160mL. Under these conditions the pressure reads 13 psi. The tire develops a leak. Now it contains 10 units of air and has contracted to a volume of 150mL). What would the tire pressure be now? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final.Topics:Discuss HomeworkPVTn problemsHomework:PVnT Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Journal due FridayThursday4-26-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and solve PVTn problems.Opening Activity: A container of carbon dioxide has a volume of 260. cm3 at a temperature of 22°C. If the pressure remains constant, what is the volume at 44°C? Draw particle diagrams for initial and final.Topics:Discuss HomeworkPVTn problemsHomework:Unit 2 ReviewRemindersUnit 2 Exam 4-27Journal due FridayFriday4-27-18Learning Target: Students will be able to explain and apply Unit 2 concepts.Opening Activity: A sample of gas occupies 825 ml at 26ºC and 942 mmHg. Find the volume of the gas at STP. Draw particle diagrams for initial and final.Topics:Hand in JournalUnit 2 ExamHomework:noneRemindersJournal due FridayMonday4-30-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply BCA charts to Stoichiometry problems.OA Lead(II) sulfide, PbS, reacts with oxygen gas to produce lead(II) oxide and sulfurdioxide. If 0.500 moles of O2 were consumed using this chemical reaction, how many grams of lead(II) oxide would be produced?TopicsReview Mole Relationships (mole to mole ratio)Guided practice BCA chartsHomeworkFinish BCA ChartsRemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Tuesday5-1-18Learning target: Students will be able to create PVTn charts and apply Dalton’s partial pressure to gases.OA Describe the relationships between the following variables: Pressure & Volume, Temperature & Volume, Temperature & PressureTopicsReview Gas Law variables and their relationshipsDiscuss Dalton’s Law of Partial PressuresIdeal Gas Law pre-labHomeworkUnit 9 Worksheet 1RemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Wednesday5-2-18Learning target: Students will be able to discover molar volume experimentally.OA A 450 mL sample of gas has a temperature of 15˚C and a pressure of 4.20 atm. What temperature would be needed for the same amount of gas to fit into a 350 mL flask at standard pressure? Make an IFE chart.TopicsIdeal Gas Law Lab Data CollectionHomeworkIdeal Gas Law calculationsRemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Thursday5-3-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molar volume and the Ideal Gas law.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.TopicsMolar Volume (STP) and Ideal Gas Law (not STP) notesIdeal Gas Law Lab debriefHomeworkUnit 9 Worksheet 2RemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Friday5-4-18Learning Target: Students will be able to solve Gas Law Stoichiometry problems.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 moleTopicsDiscuss Unit 9 Worksheet 2Ideal Gas Law practice problemsHomeworkIdeal Gas Law practice problemsRemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Monday5-7-18Learning Target: Students will be able to solve Gas Law Stoichiometry problems.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·KTopicsDiscuss Ideal Gas Law practice problemsHomeworkGas Law Stoichiometry Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 9 Exam 5-9Journal due FridayTuesday5-8-18Learning target: Students will review Unit 9.OADetermine the partial pressure of the hydrogen gas, PH2Determine the volume of the H2 gas at standard temperature and pressure. IFE ChartDetermine the mass of the magnesium ribbon; convert this to moles of Mg. BCA ChartFrom your answers to b and c, determine the volume of a mole of H2 gas. molar volume = volume of gas / moles of H2TopicsDiscuss HomeworkHomeworkUnit 9 ReviewRemindersJournal due FridayUnit 9 Exam 5-9Wednesday5-9-18Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 9.OA Compare and contrast molar volume and ideal gas law problems.TopicsDiscuss Study GuideUnit 9 ExamHomeworkNoneRemindersJournal due FridayThursday5-10-18Learning target: Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of the states of matter through illustrations and descriptions.OA Draw a particle diagram representing a solid, liquid and gas.TopicsState of Matter Inquiry ActivityHomeworkFinish State of Matter Inquiry ActivityRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Journal due FridayFriday5-11-18Learning target: Students will be able to compare ionic and covalent bonds.OA Compare and contrast solids, liquids and gases.TopicsCollect JournalReview Ionic and Covalent Bonds pages 1-2Review Lewis Dot StructuresHomeworkPage 5 practice problemsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Monday5-14-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply intermolecular forces to molecular molecules.OA Draw the Lewis dot Structure for N2H2, NO2-1 & CHO3.TopicsIntermolecular Forces pages 6-8HomeworkPage 9 practice problemsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Tuesday5-15-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain heating and cooling curves for water.OA Compare and contrast dispersion, dipole-dipole and hydrogen bonds.TopicsDiscuss Heating and Cooling Curves pages 10-12HomeworkPage 11-13 practice problemsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Wednesday5-16-18Learning target: Students will discover energy changes which accompany phase changes.OA Draw and label the cooling curve for water.TopicsIcy Hot LabHomeworkPhase change Lab Analysis QuestionsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Thursday5-17-18Learning target: Students will be able to analyze and explain phase diagrams.OA Draw and label the heating curve for water.TopicsUnit 12 Practice ProblemsHomeworkUnit 12 Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Friday5-18-18Learning target: Students will be able to analyze and explain temperature and heat.OA Compare and contrast endothermic and exothermic.TopicsDiscuss Heat and Temperature pages 13-16Start Specific Heat LabHomeworkUnit 3 WS 3 Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Monday5-21-18Learning target: Students will discover the specific heats of three metals.OA When 1507 J of heat are added to a certain mass of water, the temperature rises by 115oC. What is the mass of the water?TopicsSpecific Heat LabHomeworkRead, highlight and problem solve pages 13-17RemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Journal due FridayTuesday5-22-18Learning target: Students will review unit 12 concepts.OA A substance has a mass of 315 g, absorbs 5,820 J of heat and its temperature increase by 62°C. What is the substances specific heat?TopicsSpecific Heat Lab debriefUnit 12 ReviewHomeworkUnit 12 ReviewRemindersUnit 12 Exam 5-23Journal due FridayWednesday5-23-18Learning target: Students will be assessed on Unit 12 concepts.OA Why does temperature remain constant during a phase change? ?TopicsUnit 12 ExamHomeworknoneRemindersJournal due FridayThursday5-24-18Learning target: Students will discover concentrations of solutions.OA Draw a particle diagram representing a concentrated and diluted solution.TopicsSolution Inquiry ActivityHomeworkFinish Solution Inquiry ActivityRemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Journal due FridayFriday5-25-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply solubility graphically and mathematically.OA Compare and contrast concentrated and diluted.TopicsHand in JournalSolubility pages 1-3HomeworkSolubility Practice Problems pages 3-4RemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Monday5-28-18Tuesday5-29-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply solubility graphically and mathematically.OA Compare and contrast saturated, unsaturated and supersaturated.TopicsSolubility LabHomeworkSolubility LabRemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Wednesday5-30-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molarity conceptually and mathematically.OA How does temperature affect solubility?TopicsMolarity and Dilutions pages 5-6HomeworkMolarity Practice Problems pages 7-8RemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Thursday5-31-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply molarity conceptually and mathematically.OA Explain molarity?TopicsMolarity/Dilution Practice Problems worksheetHomeworkMolarity Practice Problems worksheetRemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Final Exam Review due 6-10Friday6-1-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply dilutions conceptually and mathematically.OA Explain dilution?TopicsPass out final Exam reviewMolarity/Dilution Practice Problems worksheetHomeworkDilution Practice Problems worksheetRemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Final Exam Review due 6-10Monday6-4-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base reactions.OA How can you recognize an acid and base?TopicsAcid Base pages 9-10HomeworkFinal Exam ReviewAcid Base Practice ProblemsRemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Journal due 6-8Final Exam Review due 6-10Tuesday6-5-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base titrations.OA Find the pH and pOH with a H+ concentration of 8.80 x 10-9TopicsTitration pages 15-16HomeworkTitration Practice Problems pages 15-16Final Exam Review due 6-2RemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Journal due 6-8Final Exam Review due 6-10Wednesday6-6-18Learning target: Students will be able to explain and apply acid base titrations in the lab.OA If 60.5 mL of 0.450 M HCl are needed to titrate 40.5 mL of NaOH, what is the molarity of the KOH? (Start with a balanced equation)TopicsTitration LabChapter 14 ReviewHomeworkFinish Titration LabUnit 14 ReviewFinal Exam Review due 6-12RemindersUnit 14 Exam 6-7Journal due 6-8Final Exam Review due 6-10Thursday6-7-18Learning target: Students will review unit 14 concepts.OA What are the steps to doing a titration?TopicsUnit 14 TestHomeworkFinal Exam Review due 6-12RemindersJournal due 6-8Final Exam Review due 6-10