NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

NOTE - Unit 2 is completed. Please visit the Chemistry - Unit 3 page for current assignments

Past Documents and Power Point Presentations for Chemistry - Unit 2


(As you see from the top, Unit 2 is completed, please check Unit 3 web page).



Sequence of sections from the text book and related homework for UNIT-2

Sceintific Calculator: http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Sci_Calculator/Sci_Calculator.html

*Remember - Students are responsible for ALL classwork, homework, labs, notes, quizes, and tests. Regardless if a student is absent, late, at the nurse, on a fieldtrip, or for any other reason... students are still responsible for all work during the time/days that they missed class. Homework is due at the BEGINNING of class. I am usually available before school, during lunch, and after school (except Mondays and Tuesdays) if a student needs to take a quiz, take a test, do a lab, or ask questions.


(In Class Assignment for A-Day Fri 3/26 and B-Day Thur 3/25)
-Take test - NOTE: The test only has 24 questions and is a bit easier than the practice test.


(Homework due A-Day Fri 3/26 and B-Day Thur 3/25)
-Practice Test Due (see below)
Correction - #17 should have started with 8 albums NOT 13, the answer should be 10.69 = 11 CDs

(In Class Assignment for A-Day Wed 3/24 and B-Day Tue 3/23)
-Review Last Quiz
-Practice Test during class



(In Class assignment for B-Day Fri 3/19) )
-Dimensional Analysis Practice Problems - http://home.comcast.net/~cochranjim/PDFS/DAP5.pdf
(NOTE: You many want to read over the tutorials - see below at 3/15)


(Homework due A-Day Wed 3/24 and B-Day Tue 3/23)
Sec 7.1 pg 174 # 3-4
Sec 7.1 pg 175 # 5-6
Sec 7.1 pg 179 # 7-8
Sec 7.1 pg 181 # 9-10
These are all of the practice problems within the section. All of the answers are in the back of the book Reference page # 17
BUT, you must show your work in order to EARN CREDIT for this assignment


(In class assignment for A-Day Mon 3/21 and B-Day Thur 3/18)
-Molar Mass of elements using the periodic table
-Review of homework "More Dimensional Analysis"


(Homework due A-Day Mon 3/21 and B-Day Thur 3/18)
Worksheet titled "More dimensional Analysis" -


(In class assignment for A-Day Wed 3/17 and B-Day Tue 3/16)
1- Start working on homework worksheet "More dimensional Analysis"
2- Quiz on dimensional analysis, vaporization, kinetic molecular theory of gas pressure....


(Homework due A-Day Wed 3/17 and B-Day Tue 3/16)
Five examples of unit conversions that you would use during your life time.


(In class assignment for A-Day Mon 3/15 and B-Day Friday 3/12)
Review of Dimensional Analysis worksheet
Tutorial for Dimensional Anaylsis - http://chemistry.alanearhart.org/Tutorials/DimAnal/
Tutorial for Dimensional Anaylsis - http://www.alysion.org/dimensional/fun.htm
Tutorial for Dimensional Anaylsis -http://www.chymist.com/Dimensional%20Analysis.pdf
Tutorial for Dimensional Anaylsis & Math Skills - http://www.chemtutor.com/numbr.htm#da
Practice Problems for Dimensional Analysis - http://pirate.shu.edu/~rawncarr/metric/practiceDA1.htm
(for more practice problems, just do an internet search)


(Homework due A-Day Mon 3/15 and B-Day Thur 3/11 & Fri 3/12)
Worksheet on Dimensional Analysis (Extra Credit Possible)


(In Class Assignment for A-Day Wed 3/10 andB-Day Tue 3/9)
Lab on Gas pressure vs. temperature using Vernier Lab Pro


(Homework due A-Day Wed 3/10 andB-Day Tue 3/9)
Textbook Sec 10.4 pg 286 # 17-19


(In Class Assignment for A-Day Monday 3/8 andB-Day Friday 3/5)
Lab on Gas pressure vs. volume using Vernier Lab Pro


(Homework due A-Day Monday 3/8 andB-Day Friday 3/5)
Worksheet on graphing vapor pressure (I do not have this document in a computerized form, you need to see me to get a copy).


(In Class Assignment for A-Day Wed 3/3 andB-Day Thur 3/4)
1- Review homework for sec 10.2 including vapor pressure and the difference between boiling and evaporation
2- Review phase changes worksheet from last class


(Homework due A-Day Wed 3/3 andB-Day Thur 3/4)
Textbook Sec 10.2 pg 279 #8-13

(In Class Assignment for A-Day Mon 3/1 andB-Day Fri 2/26)
Review of Phase changes -


(Homework due A-Day Mon 3/1 andB-Day Fri 2/26)
Textbook Sec 10.1 pg 271 #1-2
Textbook Sec 10.1 pg 272 #3-7

(In Class Assignment for A-Day Wed 2/24 andB-Day Thur 2/25)
--Gas Pressure and Kinetic Molecular Theory (KMT)


(Homework due A-Day Wed 2/24 andB-Day Thur 2/25)
(to be determined in class on 2/22 and 2/23)
--Glogster is also due & any late work for half credit.


(In Class Assignment for A-Day Mon 2/22 andB-Day Tue2/23)
-Take Test on Intermolecular Forces


(Homework due A-Day Mon 2/22 andB-Day Tue2/23)
-Practice Test for Intermolecular Forces


PRACTICE TEST - For Intermolecular Forces --------------------------------------------------------ANSWER KEY

Note: #58 on practice test ANSWER KEY should be a Hydrogen Bond, not Dipole-Dipole Interaction - Thank you Mr. Shipley.

test on monday & tuesday



(Homework due A-Day Wed 2/24 andB-Day Fri 2/19)
Finish Glogster Project - Due Friday 2/29 for B-Day students and Wednesday 2/24 for A-Day students


(In class assignment for A-Day Wed 2/17 and B-Day Fri 2/12)
Glogster - http://pearsongreatpath.edu.glogster.com/
http://pearsongreatpath.edu.glogster.com/pearson-home-page/
external image x-zip.png Glogster Instructions and Rubric.docx


(Homework due A-Day Wed 2/17 andB-Day Fri 2/12)
Textbook pg 470 # 51-55


(In class assignment for A-Day Mon 2/8 and B-Day Thur 2/11)
1) EXCELLENT - Atomic Workbench - http://workbench.concord.org/database/activities/227.html
NOTE: you can skip section 7, 8 & 9, but you need to do section 10 and "creat a report" (print) on page 10.


(Homework due A-Day Mon 2/8 and B-Day Thur 2/11)
1- Van der Waals worksheet


(In class assignment for A-Day Fri 2/5 and B-Day Tue 2/9)
1 - Finish PowerPoint from Wed 2/3 or Thur 2/4
2 - Quiz on Intermolecular forces


(Homework due A-Day Fri 2/5 and B-Day Tue 2/9)
MiniPoster- Students are to create a mini poster about the intermolecular forces (Van der Waals Forces).
The poster must include the following:
1) Diagram (example) for each IM Force (Dipole-Dipole Interaction, Hydrogen Bonding, and London Dispersion)
2) Written discription of each of the three IM forces
3) Rate the IM forces from weakest to strongest
4) The poster needs to be informative - a student should be able to learn about these forces by reading it.
5) It should be neat / readable, but you do NOT need to be an artist.
NOTE: You are going to be doing this poster assignment twice: once on paper and once using GLOGSTER (computer).


(In class assignment for A-Day Wed 2/3 and B-Day Thur 2/4)
Intermolecular Forces: Hydrogen bonding, Dipole-Dipole, and Londer Disperson Forces



(Homework due A-Day Wed 2/3 and B-Day Thur 2/4)
1- Textbook Sec 16.3 pg 466 #21 - 26


(In class assignment for A-Day Mon 2/1 and B-Day Fri 1/29)
Determining if a molecule is polar based upon its geometry
--Activity working with atomic models


(Homework due A-Day Mon 2/1 and B-Day Fri 1/29)
1- Textbook Sec 16.3 pg 462 # 19 & 20
2- Electronegativity and Polar Covalent Bonds WS


(In class assignment for A-Day Wed 1/27 and B-Day Thur 1/28)
1- Electronegativity and Polar Covalent Bonds (Sec 16.3)


(Homework due A-Day Wed 1/27 and B-Day Thur 1/28)
1- Worksheet - Naming ionic & covalent compounds - REVIEW
2- Finish Lab questions - Conductivity


(In class assignment for A-Day Mon 1/25 and B-Day Tue 1/26)
1- Student self assessment and grade tracking
2- REVIEW worksheet for naming ionic and covalent compounds
3- Lab - Conductivity of ionic and covalent compounds



Review for Midterm will be on Wed Jan 13th for A-Day or Thur Jan 14th for B-Day
------ Students must come to class prepared with at least ten questions for the review (this will be worth 4 points)


Test on atomic bonding will be on Mon Jan 11th for A-Day or Tue Jan 12th for B-Day
(Homework Due - Practice tests are worth six points are are due on Jan 11th for A-Day or Jan 12th for B-Day


EXTRA CREDIT - 10 points toward Lab grade and 10 points toward Homework grade :-)

(Extra credit will not be accepted after Jan 11th for A-Day or Jan 12th for B-Day



Practice Test for the next test - this will be the week after you return from winter break. (ANSWER KEY is now posted)


Correction - #105 should be N2 not N3 -------------------------------This second document is the ANSWER KEY
(Omit #s 74, 86, and 95)

--EXTRA PRACTICE FOR NAMING COMPOUNDS -



(Homework due A-Day Fri 1/9 and B-Day Thur 1/8)
1- Textbook Sec 16.1 pg
2- Extra Credit --(See Above)
3- Practice Test (the following class) --(See Above)
NOTE: We will be skipping 16.2. Also note that 16.3 will be the last section before the test.


(Homework due A-Day Mon 12/21 and B-Day Tue 12/22)
1- Textbooks Sec 15.3 pg 429 #15-19
2- Lewis structures Worksheet


(In class assignment for A-Day Fri 12/18 and B-Day Thur 12/17)
Metallic Bonding Animation -http://www.dur.ac.uk/p.m.johnson/electric_circuits/01_metallic_bonding.htm
Metallic Bonding Animation -http://www.launc.tased.edu.au/online/sciences/PhysSci/pschem/metals/Metals.htm
Bending metal - http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/EarthSC202Notes/minerals.htm
Metallic Bonding Video- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijw8OBt4btM


(Homework due A-Day Fri 12/18 and B-Day Thur 12/17)
1- Texbtook sec 15.2 pg 425 # 9-14
2- Worksheet


(In Class Activities for A-Day Wed 12/16 and B-Day Tue 12/15)

TUTORIALS
Overview Tutorial (reading) - http://www.visionlearning.com/library/module_viewer.php?mid=55
Overview Tutorial (reading) - http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/5-bonds.htm
VIDEOS
Video on ionic and covalent bonding - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqjcCvzWwww
Single, double and triple bonds- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wpDicW_MQQ&feature=related
Examples of ionic and covalent - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjge1WdCFPs&feature=related
Electronegativity - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kj3o0XvhVqQ&feature=related
Review of atoms (kiddie) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmgE0w6E6ZI&feature=related
Bonding SONG - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNBzyM6TcK8
Ionic, covalent, metallic (teacher) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGA8sRwqIFg&feature=related
QUIZ GAMES
Who wants to be a millionaire - http://www.quia.com/rr/180365.html
Java Quiz (ionic vs covalent)- http://www.studystack.com/fillin-10327



(Homework due for B-Day Tue 12/15) A-Day Wed 12/16
1- Textbook sec 15.1 pg 418 #1-6
2- Finish worksheet

(In Class Assignment for B-Day Thur 12/10) - A-Day Mon 12/14
Students will be working with a computer tutorial to learn how to name molecular compounds and acids.
1- Work through the following tutorial - http://fsc.fernbank.edu/chemistry/nomen.html
Pay close attention to Binary Molecular Formulas & Acids
2- Work through the practice problems at the end of the tutorial - Practice
3- Worksheet -



(Homework due A-Day Fri 12/11 and B-Day Thur 12/10)
1- Textbook sec 6.6 pg 163 #43-44
2- Lab needs to be completed (Ionic Precipitates)


(In Class Activities for A-Day Wed 12/9 and B-Day Tue 12/8)
Lab activity - mixing ionic solutions to examine precipitate reactions - naming and writing chemical formulas of ionic compounds


(Homework due A-Day Wed 12/9 and B-Day Tue 12/8)
1- Textbook sec 6.5 pg 160 # 39-42


(In Class Activities for A-Day Mon12/7 and B-Day Fri 12/04)

Click on the following links and play each game (Please do them in order)
1- (play again until you get all 8 correct) - http://www.chemfiles.com/flash/polyions.html
2- (play again until you get a score of 10 or better) - http://www.learner.org/interactives/periodic/groups_interactive.html
3- (play at least 3 times) - http://www.quia.com/mc/1117655.html- Matching Polyatomic Ions
4- (play at least 4 times) - http://www.quia.com/mc/65800.html - Matching Ionic Compounds
5- (write down your answer, then turn over the card -- you need at least ten correct) - http://www.quia.com/jfc/65800.html
6- (See how you do on the quiz) - http://www.quia.com/quiz/2043071.html?AP_rand=1688375442 - (some info may be new)
7- (Who wants to be a Millionaire?) - http://www.quia.com/rr/196637.html (How high can you get?)

(We have not learned all of these things yet)
8- (Naming Ionic & Covalent) - http://www.studystack.com/fillin-10327
9- (DIFFICULT - go down to chapter 3 - naming) - http://science.widener.edu/svb/tutorial/

(Homework due A-Day Mon12/7 and B-Day Fri 12/04)
1- Textbook sec 6.4 pg 156 #32-36


(In Class Assignment A-Day Wed 12/2 and B-Day Thur 12/03)
1- Naming Ionic Compounds
2- Review Last test



(Homework due A-Day Wed 12/2 and B-Day Thur 12/03)
1- Textbook Sec 6.3 pg 148 #20-23
2- Worksheet-


(In Class Assignments for A-Day Mon 11/30 and B-Day Tue 12/01)
1- Stable Ions worksheet
2- PowerPoint Presentation -

Flashcards for ionic charge - http://www.flashcardexchange.com/flashcards/list/535274


(Homework due A-Day Mon 11/30 and B-Day Tue 12/01)
1- Ions and Subatomic Particles Worksheet
2- Textbook Sec 6.2 pg 142 # 12-15



(In Class Assignments A-Day Mon 11/23 and B-Day Tue 11/24)
1- Watch a powerpoint about ion (Chapter 6)
2- Start Homework - Ions and Subatomic Particles


(Homework due A-Day Mon 11/23 and B-Day Tue 11/24)
Complete the lab write up for the Hydrogen Lab (Must be written in your science notebook -- I will be collecting these)


(In Class assignment A-Day Fri 11/20 and B-Day Thur 11/19)
Lab - Hydrogen combustion - Introduction to chemical reactions (Bring your science notebook)
Video of Hindenburg diaster - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F54rqDh2mWA&search=hindenburg
Denisty - Periodic Trends - http://www.standnes.no/chemix/periodictable/density-chart-elements.htm
Denisty - Periodic Trends - http://www.periodictable.com/Properties/A/Density.3d.html
Denisty - Periodic Trends - http://www.lenntech.com/periodic-chart-elements/density.htm


(Homework due A-Day Fri 11/20 and B-Day Thur 11/19)
Textbook Sec 6.1 pg 137 # 3-9