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CHEMISTRY (Period 5)

Instructor
Danielle Ramirez
Term
Fall 2017
Department
Science Department
Description
Chemistry is a laboratory-based college-preparatory course. Laboratory experiments provide the empirical basis for understanding and confirming concepts. This course emphasizes discussions, activities, and laboratory exercises, which promote the understanding of the behavior of matter at the macroscopic and the molecular-atomic levels. Chemical principles are introduced so that students will be able to explain the composition and chemical behavior of their world. Chemistry AB lays the foundation for further studies in Chemistry and also serves as an Advanced Placement Chemistry readiness course. Chemistry AB meets the Grades 9–12 District physical science requirement. Students must complete one physical and one life science requirement.
 
This course meets one year of the University of California ‘d’ entrance requirement for laboratory science

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Due:

Ch 14 Portfolio is to be collected with the following:
 
Copy the key terms onto the Vocabulary Foldable:
  • Intermolecular forces
  • Intramolecular forces
  • hydrogen bonding
  • dipole-dipole forces
  • dispersion forces
  • Molar Heat of Fusion
  • Molar Heat of Evaporation
  • Heating/Cooling Curve
  • Solids:
    • Crystalline
    • Ionic
    • Molecular
    • Atomic
  • Electron Sea Model (Metallic)
  • Alloy
Place the following inside the sheet protectors:
  1. Read and outline the World of Chemistry Textbook Chapter 14.1,14.3.
  2. Within the Chapter find the orange "Active Reading Questions" Copy the 
    question and write down an answer (make-up one rather than leaving it 
    blank).
  3. Work on the following problems:1,3,5,7,9,18,19,22,23,35,39,40

Due:

CH 12 Portfolio is to be collected with the following:
 
Copy the key terms onto the Vocabulary Foldable:
  • Bond
  • Bond Energy
  • Ionic Bonding
  • Covalent Bonding
  • Polar Covalent Bond
  • Electronegativity
  • Dipole
  • Lewis Structure
  • Duet Rule
  • Octet Rule
  • Bonding Pair
  • Lone Pair
  • Single bond
  • Double bond
  • Triple bond
  • Resonance
  • Molecular Structure
  • Linear Structure
  • Trigonal Planar Structure
  • Tetrahedral Structure
  • Trigonal Pyramid
  • VSEPR model
Place the following in the sheet protectors:
  1. Read and outline the World of Chemistry Textbook Chapter 12.
  2. Within the Chapter find the orange "Active Reading Questions" Copy the 
    question and write down an answer (make-up one rather than leaving it 
    blank).
  3. Work on the following problems:7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 16, 19, 27, 32, 33, 34, 35, 44, 46 

Due:

Portfolio for Modern Atomic Theory is to be collected with the following:
 
 
Place the following in the sheet protectors:
  1. Vocabulary: Copy and define the key terms
    • Electromagnetic radiation
    • Wavelength
    • Frequency
    • Photons
    • Quantized
    • Direct
    • Indirect
    • Orbital
    • Principle Energy Level
    • Sublevels
    • Pauli Exclusion Principle
    • Electron configuration
    • Valence Electrons
    • Core electrons
    • Atomic Size
    • Ionization energy
    • Coulombs Law
  2. Read and outline the World of Chemistry Textbook Chapter 11.
  3. Within the Chapter find the orange "Active Reading Questions" Copy the 
    question and write down an answer (make-up one rather than leaving it 
    blank).
  4. Work on the following problems:5, 10, 14, 20, 22, 23, 27, 28, 30, 33, 42, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54
In the front pocket include mini-lab (Spectra Lines of Hydrogen) & Exp. Lab (Star Spectrum)

Due:

Ch 3 Portfolio is to be collected with the following: 
 
 Vocabulary Chapter 3
  • Law of constant composition
  • atoms
  • compound
  • chemical formula
  • nucleus
  • electron 
  • proton
  • neutron
  • atomic number
  • atomic mass
  • isotope
  • ion
  • cation
  • anion
  • ionic compounds
Place the following in the sheet protectors:
  1. Create a Vocabulary Foldable or study page that can be easily read during class instruction.
  2. Read and outline World of Chemistry Textbook Chapter 3. 
  3. Within the Chapter find the orange "Active Reading Questions" Copy the 
    question and write down an answer (Explain what you know or ask clarifying questions rather than leaving it blank).
  4. Practice the following Chapter Assessment problems: 6,11,13,15,16,17,21,16,18bcd,29bcd,31,39,43,46a,47ab,52
In front pocket place your CER: Atomic Structure
In back pocket place any other documents.
 

Due:

Graphing Densities from the class experiment.
 
Use the class data in the link below to create a graph to represent the densities.
 
 

Due:

Graph data from the Searching for Regularities experiment.
 
Complete one of the two options:
  1. Create a scatter plot chart in Google Sheets. Draw lines to represent the densities of the metals. If not able to complete in sheet, then save as an image and insert into Google docs to draw the lines. Calculate the densities and determine the identity of the metal from the Table.
  2. Create a scatter plot graph on paper and draw lines that represent the densities of the metals. Calculate the densities and determine the identity of the metal from the Table.

Due:

  1. Subscribe to your class section to receive homework notices to an e-mail account.
  2. Obtain a 2 pocket portfolio with fasteners.
  3. Read ALL of the attached documents.
  4. Fill out the Safety contract, you and your parent/guardian should print name and sign.
  5. Print out the Chemistry Notebook Guidelines and keep in your portfolio (front pocket).
  6. Go to the Google docs link https://goo.gl/forms/qIegEsntWkmDl0jJ3 and fill out the policies sign-off sheet and submit by the end of the second week.
 

Due:

Ch 2 Portfolio is to be collected with the following: 
 
Vocabulary:
  • Matter
  • Atoms
  • Compounds
  • Molecule
  • Elements
  • Solid
  • Liquid
  • Gas
  • Physical Properties
  • Chemical Properties
  • Physical Change
  • Chemical Change
  • Mixture
  • Alloy
  • Pure Substance
  • Homogeneous Mixture
  • Solution
  • Heterogeneous Mixture
  • Distillation
  • Filtration
Place the following in the sheet protectors:
  1. Copy the key terms onto the Vocabulary Foldable
  2. Read and outline the World of Chemistry Textbook Chapter 2.
  3. Within the Chapter find the orange "Active Reading Questions" Copy the 
    question and write down an answer (make-up one rather than leaving it 
    blank).
  4. Work on the following problems: 3, 5, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 29  
  5. Unit Booklet: Matter
In front pocket place your CER: Classification of Matter
In back pocket place any other documents.