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Chemistry B (T2, P2,3)

Instructor
Kevin Olin
Term
2017-2018 School Year
Department
Science
Description
Course Description - This course is an introductory course of chemistry. The focus of  the course is to prepare you for further studies in the field of chemistry and other areas of science.  The major components of this class will be on manipulation and computation of data, problem solving, chemistry theory and laboratory practices.  Many concepts in chemistry are abstract and may be difficult to grasp.  It is only with a great deal of reading and practice that you will be successful.  Some of the areas to be considered:   measurement, matter, atomic structure, electron configuration, periodic law, bonding of elements, composition, stoichiometry, gas laws, oxidation and reduction reactions,  ionization, solutions, history of chemistry and chemical nomenclature. Laboratory activities and demonstrations will aid in solidifying the concepts in lecture and provide you with basic laboratory practices. 

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Section Review Questions page 179 1-5
 
 

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Start chemical bonding today!
 
Assignment:  Section 6-1 Review page 167  (All questions)
 
Handed out study guide 6 today.

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Start density/significant figure lab.  Data collection will continue through Friday.  If you were absent, you will have to schedule a time to work in the lab.

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Finish up the study guide packet for Monday.  Test is scheduled for Tuesday.
Basketball players in 3rd period will need to work out a testing time earlier in the day.
 
 

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Section Review 5-3 p156 items 1-3
Chapter Review p.160  items 22-31
 

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Section Review 5-2 items 1,2,6
Work on Packet

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Section Review 5-1 items 1-5

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Chapter Exam - Quantum Mechanics Model of the Atom (Part II)
 

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Section Review page 116 1-5
Chapter Review page 120 26-30
 
Quiz Tuesday over electron configuration notation, orbital notation and noble gas notation.

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EMR Quiz today!  Three problems worth 5 points each!  
 
Assignment: Section Review page 104

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Section Review pg 97 1-6, Chapter Review pg 121 42, 44, 47, 50
NOTE:  Test on EMR (4.1) will be on Monday!!!!!!!

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EMR problems!   Textbook page 119 10-14 and Study Guide Section 1 pg.4 8, 9

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Have the Study Guide Packet completed by today!  We will be going over it in class.
Chapter Test is scheduled for Thursday November 2nd!  

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Today we continued the mole concept.  Here is the homework that is due on Monday!
 
Practice Problems
p.81 Problems B 1-4, Problems C 1-3
p.82 Problems D 1-3
p.83 Problems E 1-3
Section Review p.83 1-6
 
Quiz coming up next week!
 
Have a great weekend!

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Continue to work on Study Guide.  If you are absent, be sure to get the notes!

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Start working on the Study Guide Packet - "Atoms the Building Blocks of Matter"

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Measurements and Calculations Chapter Exam!
Be sure to have your packet done!

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Section Review 3 pg.55 1, 7-10 and Mixed Review pg. 60 47-51

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Quiz - Exponents, Conversions, Density and of course significant figures and set up counts! 

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Continue working on the ChemFile 5 sheet on conversions.  Complete the following problems on the sheet:
2b, 4c, 4d, 5a, 6a, 6b, 7
 
Remember....1m = 1 x 109nm and 1m = 1 x 106 micrometers (sorry can't add the mu symbol)

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Blue Modern Problem Set (attached) 
 
Complete problem 14 on a clean sheet of paper.  Please follow the set up shown in class.  It is NOT about getting the right answer.  It is about communicating your problem solving to others.  It is best to draw a picture first, labeling all of the variables (known and unknown) prior to starting.
 
Also...on a separate sheet of paper...complete Problems 1-6.  This will be collected.

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SI Conversion Packet ChemFile 5
Items1, 2a, 3, 4a, 5b, 5c, 5d

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Read Section 2-1 and complete Section Review Questions 2-1 p. 29 1-4
Section Review 2-3 p. 55 1-6
Chapter Review p. 58 29, 30, 38-45
Complete all Significant Figure/Scientific Notation Problems in Chapter Packet.
 

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Chapter Test - Matter and Change

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Chapter One Study Guide Packet Due (15 point Homework Assignment)

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Quiz - This quiz will be similar to the previous quiz on significant figures and operations using significant figures.  It will also have a couple involving scientific notation.
 
Note:  This quiz is a drop one or keep quiz.  Once it is scored you may select to keep it or have it replace your previous score.  Consider it an early Christmas present!

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Complete the ChemFile 4 packet on scientific notation and significant figures.

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Complete #6 on the Scientific Notation/Significant Figure packet.

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Quiz over Significant Figures and Operations with Significant Figures

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Complete page 3 (multiplication and division using significant figures) in class.
Handout 8A - Rules for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using significant figures.
Additional Significant Figure Practice Sheet - Due Monday 

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Complete the first two pages of the Significant Figure Worksheet Packet. (Assigning Significant Figures and Addition and Subtraction of Significant Figures.)

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Complete the problems at the bottom of the handout on "Operations with Significant Figures"

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 Read Section One (pg 3-5) and complete the section review questions 1-4 on page 5.  Write out question and answer or include the question in your response.

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 Element Quiz #2  (25 points)

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 Element Quiz #1  (25 points)  This quiz is over the handout of elements that you were given on Wednesday.  There will be an additional quiz on Tuesday September 5th.

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 Homework Assignment:  (5 points)  Turn in the signed class information sheet.