Week of November 13-17,2017

Monday- Intro to Unit 4: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium-Notes; How to read a potential energy diagram

Tuesday- Kinetics and Reaction Rates Classwork

Energy diagram practice

Wednesday- Unit 4 Reaction Rates and Equilibrium Test Review and Sugar an unusual explosion-article review and questions

 

Thursday- Unit 4 Review

Reaction Rates and Kinetics video

Friday- Unit 4 Assessment; optional Stoichiometry re-test (Remediation packets must be completed in order to qualify to re-test)

Week of October 30-November 3, 2017

Monday 10/30/17- Calculating Empirical and Molecular formulas; Review % Composition

Empirical and Molecular formulas video

Tuesday 10/31/17- Review for Moles Test; Complete Study Guide for Moles Test

Wednesday 11/1/17- Moles Test (scientific calculator is needed)

Thursday 11/2/17- Chemistry current events article and article questions

Friday 11/3/17- Chemical compounds foldable-due Monday 11/6/17 

Chemical Compound Foldable-Instructions

Tab 1/Page 1- Ionic Compounds (Binary & Ternary)

  • Define ionic, binary and ternary compounds
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming ionic compounds (binary & ternary)
  • List 3 metals and 3 nonmetals. Include their charges.
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of ionic compounds

Tab 2/Page2- Ionic Compounds with Transition metals

  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming ionic compounds with transition metals
  • Include why roman numerals are used
  • List 3 transition metals and 3 nonmetals. Include their charges (with roman numerals).
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of ionic compounds with transition metals

Tab 3/Page 3- Covalent compounds

  • Define covalent compounds
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming covalent compounds
  • List the prefixes (1-10) used for naming covalent compounds
  • List 6 nonmentals. Show their Lexis dot structures.
  • Write the chemical formulas and names for the above compounds.
  • 3 images of covalent compounds

Tab 4/Page 4- Acidic Compounds

  • Define acidic compounds and oxyacids
  • List the steps (at least 3 steps for each) for naming covalent compounds
  • Write 3 acids without oxygen and 3 acids with oxygen. Show the charges. Include the formulas and names
  • 3 images of acidic compounds