P4 AP CHEMISTRY


Daily Lessons and Assignments

January 21 - Friday

Book Check-in / Check-out

        • Check-in AP Chemistry 1 books (bring them tomorrow)

AP Classroom

  • I am working to resolve the AP Classroom issues

Assignment #1: Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

Due Tuesday

        • 1.4 Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

            • Pg 40 #2,3

            • Pg 42 #2,3,4

Quiz Prep: 1.1-1.4 Review

        • This will not be collected but these are the same as the problems on the quiz!

            • 1.1 Pg 9 #2,3

            • 1.2 Pg 22 #4,5,6

            • 1.3 Pg 34 #4,8

            • 1.4 Pg 43,44 #3,4,(skip #6)

Tomorrow: Quiz - Reaction Kinetics #1

        • Be sure to prep for this

        • Quiz #1 includes 1.1-1.4

PreLab: Reaction Rates

Due Thursday

Coming up...

Tuesday: Quiz 1.1-1.5, Pre-Lab: Magic Potions - Disappearing Ink

Wednesday: 1.5 Integrated Rate Law Lecture

Thursday: Lab - Magic Potions

Friday: 1.5 Integrated Rate Laws Continued and Prac. Probs




January 21 - Friday

Book Check-in / Check-out

        • Check-in AP Chemistry 1 books (bring them tomorrow)

AP Classroom

  • I am working to resolve the AP Classroom issues

Assignment #1: Lab Data Analysis

Due Monday

  1. Complete #1,2,3,4 and Data Analysis of "Part A" for the Lab

  2. Complete all of Part B

  3. Complete Post-Lab Questions

Coming up...

Monday: Integrated Rate Laws Lecture 1.5

Assignment for Monday - Due Tuesday?

        • 1.4 Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

            • Pg 40 #2,3

            • Pg 42 #2,3,4




January 20 - Thursday

Assignment #1: Lab Data Analysis

Due Monday

  1. Complete #1,2,3,4 and Data Analysis of "Part A" for the Lab

  2. Complete all of Part B

  3. Complete Post-Lab Questions




January 19 - Wednesday

Book Check-in

        • Check-in AP Chemistry 1 books (bring them tomorrow)

        • Check out AP Chemistry 2 books (hopefully tomorrow, if not, later this week)

AP Classroom

  • Due to the issues we had yesterday, we are going to try to revert back to the old P4 classroom.

  • Log in to AP Classroom and join the class below for this semester (ONLY IF YOU WERE ABLE TO CHANGE CLASSES YESTERDAY!)

    • Period 4 AP Chemistry class code: ZQMMPP

Lecture: Reaction Rates

Assignment #1: Determining Rate Laws

Due Friday

        • 1.4 Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

            • Pg 40 #2,3

            • Pg 42 #2,3,4

Coming up...

Thursday: Finish 1.4 practice problems, Lab Calculations, PreLab for Guided Inquiry Part 2

Friday: Lab - Kinetics of Crystal Violet (continued)



January 18 - Tuesday

Welcome to 2nd Semester AP Chemistry!

        • Bring Book, Lab Notebook, Periodic Table, and Calculator - every day

REMIND

        • Click the link in "Chemistry Resources".

Book Checkout

        • Check-in AP Chemistry 1 books (bring them tomorrow)

        • Check out AP Chemistry 2 books (hopefully tomorrow, if not, later this week)

2nd Semester Overview

AP Chemistry test day - May 2, 2021 @ 12:00 pm

          • 15 weeks of AP Chemistry class until the Exam!

          • ~73 class periods until the Exam!

AP Chemistry Course at a Glance

          • Unit 5: Kinetics and Reaction Rates

          • Unit 6: Thermodynamics

          • Unit 7: Equilibrium

          • Unit 8: Acids and Bases

          • Unit 9: Applications of Thermodynamics

Lab Stations and Key Checkout

        • Find your lab partners and choose a station (You may already have one). I will (re)assign you a locker and key.

AP Classroom

  • Log in to AP Classroom and join the class for this semester

    • Period 4 AP Chemistry class code: MEDA3V

Semester 1 Feedback

Lecture: Reaction Rates




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Fall Semester Archive - 2020/21



January 17 - Monday

No School - PIR day

What are we Learning?

How to derive the rate constant "k" for the rate law equation by using experimental data.

Why are we learning this?

To build our understanding of the rate law equation and how changes in conditions (temp, conc, etc) affect the rate of a reaction

How will I know I have learned this?

When you can determine "k" from changes in concentration and reactant order


January 14 - Friday

Finals for Periods 4,5,6

          • Good luck with your Finals!

Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

Day 1 - Need to complete "Introductory Activity" and all of "Guided Inquiry Part A"



January 13 - Thursday

Finals for Periods 1,2,3

          • (No AP Chem these periods)

          • Good luck with your Finals!

Pre-Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

Due Tuesday


January 12 - Wednesday

STEM Society

          • Today at 2:09pm in room 223.

          • Make stress balls to get you through Finals!

          • Everyone is welcome even if you've never been to a STEM Society meeting or event in the past.

Lab Locker Clean-out and Key Check-in

          • **Are you changing class periods next semester? You need to clean out your locker.**

          • All personal items must be removed from locker

          • All lab equipment must be washed, dried and set on the middle lab station to be inventoried

          • All lab lockers must be wiped clean with a wet paper towel

          • When finished, remain at your spot for an inspection. No key? It is $5 to cut a new one!

              • All lab lockers will be inspected and checked off by Beals before you may return to your seat.

Lab Cleanup

          • Period 2: Clean the shelf above your lab station with a damp paper towel and pink disinfectant spray (You may have to move the computers or other equipment. Please return all computers and equipment to their spot after cleaning.around to clean all areas).

          • Period 3: Clean all black countertops in room with pink spray and damp paper towel. Be sure to clean center island as well.

          • Period 4: Scrub all faucets, sinks, and drains with the pink spray and paper towels.

          • Period 5: Inspect and clean all AP Chemistry Equipment at your station. Clean them off with a damp paper towel.

          • Period 6: Wipe down the outside of all lab lockers with a damp paper towel and pink spray.

Lecture: Kinetics

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

  • 1.3 Collision Theory (continued from yesterday)

Assignment #1: Read/Notes Distribution of Collisions

Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 25-26 Read/Notes: Distribution of Collisions

Assignment #2: 1.3 Collision Theory

Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 29-30 Practice Problem 1.3.1 Collision Theory

  • Pg 31-32 Activity: Tracking a Collision

Coming up...

Thursday/Friday: Finals

Friday: Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading Lab

Monday: PIR Day

Tuesday: Welcome back! Lab Stations, Survey, Seating arrangement, etc (Jan 25), Lab group write procedure for Guided Inquiry, Determining Rate Laws Lecture

Wednesday: Lecture 1.4 Determining Rate Laws cont, Prac Probs

Thursday: Lab - Kinetics of Crystal Violet (continued from last week)

Friday: Post-Lab - Kinetics, 1.4or1.5



January 11 - Tuesday

Debrief:

  • How did last week go?

  • Why didn't most of you score your FRQ?

  • What questions do you have about the content, grades, this week, next semester?

  • How is your understanding of Kinetics going?

Due Today:

  1. Chapter 1.1 Practice Problems

  2. Chapter 1.2 Practice Problems

  3. Pre-Lab

  4. Lab Notebook

Lecture: Kinetics

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

  • 1.2 Factors Affecting Reaction Rates (quick lecture review of your reading)

  • 1.2 Collision Theory



January 10 - Monday

**All of the following are due on Tuesday**

I am posting them so you can work through each of the assignments and start on the next as you complete them.

Chapter 1.1: Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 2 QC all

  • Pg 3-4 QC 1-7

  • Pg 6 #1-3

  • Pg 8 #1,2

  • Pg 9 #1,2

  • Pg 11 #2all

  • Pg 12 #3all, 4all

  • Pg 13-14 #5all

Chapter 1.2: Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read/Notes

Due Tuesday

  • 1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read / Notes Pg 15-19

Chapter 1.2: Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 20-21 Activity (all)

  • Pg 22 #1, 2, 4all, 6all, 7

Pre-Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

Due Tuesday

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday

Coming up...

*Monday: Pre-Lab

Tuesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Kinetics Lecture, Lab Notebooks Due

Wednesday: Kinetics continued...

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab? Or Kinetics Quiz



January 7 - Friday

**All of the following are due on Tuesday**

I am posting them so you can work through each of the assignments and start on the next as you complete them.

Chapter 1.1: Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 2 QC all

  • Pg 3-4 QC 1-7

  • Pg 6 #1-3

  • Pg 8 #1,2

  • Pg 9 #1,2

  • Pg 11 #2all

  • Pg 12 #3all, 4all

  • Pg 13-14 #5all

Chapter 1.2: Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read/Notes

Due Tuesday

  • 1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read / Notes Pg 15-19

Chapter 1.2: Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 20-21 Activity (all)

  • Pg 22 #1, 2, 4all, 6all, 7

Pre-Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

Due Tuesday

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday

Coming up...

*Thursday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Work on Post-Labs and Conclusions

*Friday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Pre-Lab

Tuesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Kinetics Lecture, Lab Notebooks Due

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab? Or Kinetics Quiz



January 6 - Thursday

Unit 4 FRQ

  • Each person must log in to AP Classroom but you may work with your lab partner.

  • Each person will answer the questions in AP Classroom. If it is easier to write out your work/answer and upload a screenshot feel free to do so.

  • Submit when finished.

  • When finished you should be able to score your FRQ (if I set it up correctly...which is actually quite unlikely...but if it doesn't work we will score it when I return).

Unit 4 Post-Test Analysis

  • Visit your test and analyze each problem. Determine how/why the correct answer is the correct answer.

**All of the following are due on Tuesday**

I am posting them so you can work through each of the assignments and start on the next as you complete them.

Chapter 1.1: Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 2 QC all

  • Pg 3-4 QC 1-7

  • Pg 6 #1-3

  • Pg 8 #1,2

  • Pg 9 #1,2

  • Pg 11 #2all

  • Pg 12 #3all, 4all

  • Pg 13-14 #5all

Chapter 1.2: Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read/Notes

Due Tuesday

  • 1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reactions - Read / Notes Pg 15-19

Chapter 1.2: Practice Problems

Due Tuesday

  • Pg 20-21 Activity (all)

  • Pg 22 #1, 2, 4all, 6all, 7

Pre-Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

Due Tuesday

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday

Coming up...

*Thursday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Work on Post-Labs and Conclusions

*Friday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Pre-Lab?

Tuesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Kinetics Lecture, Lab Notebooks Due

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab? Or Kinetics Quiz






January 5 - Wednesday

Lecture: Kinetics

Coming up...

Wednesday: Lecture Kinetics

*Thursday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Work on Post-Labs and Conclusions

*Friday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Pre-Lab?

Tuesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Kinetics Lecture, Lab Notebooks Due

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab? Or Kinetics Quiz



January 4 - Tuesday

8-Minute Passing Period

  • Sorry, nobody is allowed to leave the room during class time.

  • If you need to use the restroom and you know you are going to be late, stop in and let me know.

AP Unit 4 Exam - Chemical Reactions

The Exam must be finished today.

  1. Rules

      • You may use:

            • Green AP Periodic Table

            • Orange AP Formulas and Equations Sheet

            • Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet

            • Scratch Paper

            • Calculator.

      • Cell phones must be silenced and in your backpack

  2. Instructions

      • Log in to AP Classroom. Click "Unit 4 Exam". Complete the Exam.



January 3 - Monday

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

  • Exam is Tuesday, January 4

AP Classroom - what to study? Recall that we broke this Unit into two chapters. All of the following will be included on the exam.

  • Course at a Glance - Unit 4

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 7 material)

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions Quiz

            • Stoichiometry Quiz

            • Net Ionic Equations Quiz

        • Videos: 4.2, 4.5, 4.6, 4.8

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 6 material)

        • ***These were all assigned for the Chapter 6 Quiz. The "Quizzes" have been re-assigned so you can use them to study. The videos have not been reassigned because they are already available to you in your AP Classroom study materials.

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction for Reactions

            • Physical and Chemical Changes

            • Stoichiometry

            • Types of Chemical Reactions

            • Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions

        • Videos: 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7, 4.9

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday, January 11th

  • Complete all Post Labs and Conclusions

Coming up...

Monday (January 3): Study for Unit 4 Exam

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam,

Wednesday: Lecture Kinetics

*Thursday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Work on Post-Labs and Conclusions

*Friday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Pre-Lab?

Tuesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Kinetics Lecture, Lab Notebooks Due

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab? Or Kinetics Quiz



December 22 - Wednesday

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

  • Exam is Tuesday, January 4

AP Classroom - what to study? Recall that we broke this Unit into two chapters. All of the following will be included on the exam.

  • Course at a Glance - Unit 4

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 7 material)

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions Quiz

            • Stoichiometry Quiz

            • Net Ionic Equations Quiz

        • Videos: 4.2, 4.5, 4.6, 4.8

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 6 material)

        • ***These were all assigned for the Chapter 6 Quiz. The "Quizzes" have been re-assigned so you can use them to study. The videos have not been reassigned because they are already available to you in your AP Classroom study materials.

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction for Reactions

            • Physical and Chemical Changes

            • Stoichiometry

            • Types of Chemical Reactions

            • Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions

        • Videos: 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7, 4.9

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday, January 4th

  • Complete all Post Labs and Conclusions

Lab: ChemisTree Ornaments

        • ChemisTree Ornament Lab

        • Rules:

                • Must have googles, aprons, and cloth masks in the lab area. (Aprons and googles not needed in the lecture of the room.

                • All tracing and cutting must be done in the lecture of the room.

                • Acid bath and Copper(II) Nitrate are at stations in the lab area. Keep the stations clean. Wipe up when done.

Coming up...

Monday (January 3): Book 2 Chapter 1: Kinetics Lecture

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam, Lab Notebooks Due, TLSG Kinetics

Wednesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Lecture: Kinetics (continued)

*Thursday/Friday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

Tuesday: Kinetics Review

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab?


December 21 - Tuesday

Continue from yesterday? Post-Quiz Review: Chapter 7 Solutions

Do you want to continue where we left off?

Due: Free Pass

Fill it out and turn it in. We have ~850 points in the grade book.

Net Ionic Equations Lecture

TLSG: Book 2 Chapter 1 - Kinetics

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

  • Exam is Tuesday, January 4

AP Classroom - what to study? Recall that we broke this Unit into two chapters. All of the following will be included on the exam.

  • Course at a Glance - Unit 4

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 7 material)

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction to Acid-Base Reactions Quiz

            • Stoichiometry Quiz

            • Net Ionic Equations Quiz

        • Videos: 4.2, 4.5, 4.6, 4.8

  • Unit 4 Exam (Chapter 6 material)

        • ***These were all assigned for the Chapter 6 Quiz. The "Quizzes" have been re-assigned so you can use them to study. The videos have not been reassigned because they are already available to you in your AP Classroom study materials.

        • Quizzes:

            • Introduction for Reactions

            • Physical and Chemical Changes

            • Stoichiometry

            • Types of Chemical Reactions

            • Oxidation-Reduction (Redox) Reactions

        • Videos: 4.1, 4.3, 4.4, 4.7, 4.9

Lab Notebooks

Due Tuesday, January 4th

  • Complete all Post Labs and Conclusions

ChemisTree Ornament Lab

  • We will complete the lab tomorrow. If you would like to take a piece of taped-up steel home to cut out your design, grab one from the lab area and bring it with you tomorrow.

Optional: Survey for Elizabeth Hackler for College Writing Class

Coming up...

Tuesday: TLSG Kinetics, Read/Notes (coming soon), Unit 4 Exam Review

Wednesday: Ornament Lab

Monday (January 3): Book 2 Chapter 1: Kinetics Lecture

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam, Lab Notebooks Due, TLSG Kinetics

Wednesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Lecture: Kinetics (continued)

*Thursday/Friday: Unit 4 FRQ, Kinetics Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

Tuesday: Kinetics Review

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab?



December 20 - Monday

Post-Quiz Review: Chapter 7 Solutions

Post Review

      • Working individually, not as a team, each person will be assigned a number (or numbers) from this version of the quiz.

      • You have 5 minutes to write out your answer to the question you were assigned. You will show the class how to answer the question by explaining the steps needed to solve the problem.

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

Due Tuesday (of next week)

  • Exam is next Tuesday.

  • Start studying by watching the videos and doing the practice problems in AP Classroom.

Lab Notebooks

Due Next Tuesday

  • Complete all Post Labs and Conclusions

Due Tomorrow: Free Pass

Fill it out and turn it in. We have ~850 points in the grade book. Calculate which will be the best

Coming up...

Tuesday: TLSG Kinetics, Read/Notes (coming soon), Unit 4 Exam Review

Wednesday: Ornament Lab

Monday (January 3): Book 2 Chapter 1: Kinetics Lecture

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam, Lab Notebooks Due, TLSG Kinetics

Wednesday: Book 1 Check In, Book 2 Check Out, Lecture: Kinetics (continued)

*Thursday/Friday: Kinetics Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

*Monday: Kinetics Read/Notes, Practice Problems, Pre-Lab

Tuesday: Kinetics Review

Wednesday: Kinetics Quiz

Thursday/Friday Finals: Kinetics Lab?



December 17 - Friday

Due: 7.4 Titrations Practice Problems

**Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet Error*

  • Fix Acetate to: C2H3O- or CH3COO-

Quiz: Chapter 7 Solutions

Rules

      • Take the quiz with your lab partner

      • You may use your AP colored sheets, calculator, scratch paper

      • One person signs into Edvantage Science. Both receive the same grade.

      • You get two attempts only. Both attempts will be averaged together.

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

Due Tuesday

  • Exam is next Tuesday. Start studying by watching the videos and doing the practice problems in AP Classroom.

Lab: Hot Ice

  • If you did not finish yesterday, complete the lab and wash/clean all glassware.

  • Lab: Hot Ice

Coming up...

Monday: Unit 4 Exam Review / Study, Take home ornament

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam

Wednesday: Ornament Lab

Monday (after break): Unit 4 Exam Post-Review, Book 2!




December 15 - Wednesday

-Due Today: 7.3 Dissociation and Concentration Equations

-Due Today: 7.3 Electrical Conductivity of Solutions

Pre-Lab: Hot Ice

Due Tomorrow

7.4 Titrations

Due Friday

  • Read/Notes Pg 463-465

Assignment: 7.4 Titrations

Due Friday

  • Pg 464 #1,2,4

  • Pg 466 #1,4

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

Due Tuesday

  • Exam is next Tuesday. Start studying by watching the videos and doing the practice problems in AP Classroom.


Coming up...

Thursday: Lab: Hot Ice, Finish 7.4 Titrations on your own

Friday: Ch 7 Quiz, Unit 4 Review AP Classroom

Monday: Unit 4 Exam Review / Study, Take home ornament

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam

Wednesday: Ornament Lab

Monday (after break): Unit 4 Exam Post-Review, Book 2!



December 14 - Tuesday

Assignment #1: 7.3 Dissociation and Concentration Equations

Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 455 #1-3

  • Pg 456 QC1 #1-4

  • Pg 456 QC2 #1-4

  • Pg 457 #1,2 (3,4 optional)

Assignment #2: 7.3 Electrical Conductivity of Solutions

  • Read/Notes Pg 458-459

Assignment #3: 7.3 Electrical Conductivity of Solutions

Due Tomorrow

Unit 4 Exam: Practice and Study

The exam is scheduled for next Tuesday. Start studying by watching the videos and doing the practice problems in AP Classroom.

Coming up...

Wednesday: 7.4 Titrations, Pre-Lab: Hot Ice

Thursday: Lab: Hot Ice

Friday: Ch 7 Quiz

Monday: Unit 4 Exam Review / Study, Take home ornament

Tuesday: Unit 4 Exam

Wednesday: Ornament Lab

Monday (after break): Unit 4 Exam Post-Review, Book 2!



December 13 - Monday

Happy Holidays!

  • Were you absent on Friday? Pick up your "Pass" today!

  • "Pass" due on Tuesday, December 21

AP Chemistry Book #2

We will begin using AP Chemistry Book 2 on December 20

Due Today: 7.2 Like Dissolves Like

  • Practice Problems from Friday

Chapter 7.3: Dissociation Equations and Concentration Equations

Assignment: 7.3 Dissociation and Concentration Equations

Due Wednesday

  • Pg 455 #1-3

  • Pg 456 QC1 #1-4

  • Pg 456 QC2 #1-4

  • Pg 457 #1,2 (3,4 optional)


Coming up...

Tuesday: 7.3 Electrical Conductivity, 7.4 Titrations

Monday: 7.3 Dissociation Equations




December 10 - Friday

Happy Holidays!

  • "Pass" due on Tuesday, December 21

AP Chemistry Book #2

We will begin using AP Chemistry Book 2 on December 20

Return all Graded Work

Check to see if there are errors on assignments or in the grade book

Due: 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Assignment #1: 7.2 Like Dissolves Like

  • Read/Notes 7.2 Pg 444-450

Assignment #2: 7.2 Like Dissolves Like

Due Monday

  • Pg 444 Warm Up

  • Pg 445 QC #1-4

  • Pg 447 QC #1-4

  • Pg 448 QC #1-4

  • Pg 451 #1-4 (#5 compare with Mr. Beals answer)


Coming up...

Friday: 7.2 Read/Notes

Monday: 7.3 Dissociation Equations




December 9 - Thursday

AP Chemistry Book #2

We will begin using AP Chemistry Book 2 on December 20

Return all Graded Work

Check to see if there are errors on assignments or in the grade book

Chapter 7: Solution Chemistry

Lecture 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Assignment #1: 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

  • Read/Notes Pg 438-439 "Determining Whether or Not a Solute will Dissolve in Water

        • **Solubility Table pg 439** - know how to use this!

  • Read/Notes Pg 440 "Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions"

Assignment #2: 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 438 #2,3,4

  • Pg 439 QC #1,2,3

  • Pg 440 #1-10

  • Pg 441 7.1 Activity #1-4

Coming up...

Friday: 7.2 Read/Notes

Monday: 7.3 Dissociation Equations



December 8 - Wednesday

STEM Society Meeting Today!

  • Trivia Crack / Jeopardy

  • Come join the fun in room 223 at 2:09pm today! Everyone is welcome!

Post-Quiz Review: Ch 6 Chemical Equations

What are your questions

Chapter 7: Solution Chemistry

Traffic Light Study Guide

Lecture 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Post-Lab: Redox Titration - Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Don't forget to complete the Analysis and Post-Lab (Post Lab questions are on Clarifications

Coming up...

Wednesday: Post-Quiz Review, Intro to Solutions Ch 7 TLSG / Lecture

Thursday: Lecture / Read / Notes / Practice 7.1,7.2 Solution Chemistry

Friday: 7.3 Dissociation Equations



December 7 - Tuesday

Lab: Redox Titration - Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Due Monday

Coming up...

Wednesday: Post-Quiz Review, Intro to Solutions Ch 7 TLSG / Lecture

Thursday: Lecture / Read / Notes / Practice 7.1,7.2 Solution Chemistry

Friday: 7.3 Dissociation Equations



December 6 - Monday

Lab: Redox Titration - Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Due Monday

Coming up...

Tuesday: Lab - Concentration of H2O2 continued

Wednesday: Post-Quiz Review, Intro to Solutions Ch 7 TLSG / Lecture



December 3 - Friday

Quiz: Chapter 6 - Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Rules

      • Take the quiz with your lab partner

      • You may use your AP colored sheets, calculator, scratch paper

      • One person signs into Edvantage Science. Both receive the same grade.

      • You get two attempts only. Both attempts will be averaged together.

Pre-Lab: Redox Titration - Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Due Monday

Coming up...

Monday: Lab - Concentration of H2O2

Tuesday: Lab - Concentration of H2O2 continued

Wednesday: Post-Quiz Review, Intro to Solutions Ch 7 TLSG / Lecture




December 2 - Thursday

Due Today: Stoichiometry Limiting/Excess, Percent Purity, Percent Yield Practice Problems

  • 6.6 Practice Problems

Pre-Lab: Redox Titration - Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide

Due Monday

Prep for Friday: Quiz - Chapter 6 Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Due Friday

  • Review your Traffic Light Study Guide

      • Topics: Balancing Equations, Classifying Reactions, Redox, Enthalpy (Endothermic, Exothermic), Stoichiometry

  • Start studying and prepping now!

Coming up...

Thursday: Pre-Lab: Concentration of H2O2, Chapter 6 quiz prep (on your own)

Friday: Chapter 6 Quiz

Monday: Lab - Concentration of H2O2



December 1 - Wednesday

Due Today: Stoichiometry of Gases and Solutions

  • Read/Notes Pg 413-417 6.5 Stoichiometry of Gases and Stoichiometry of Solutions

Due Today: Stoichiometry Practice Problems

  • 6.5 Practice Problems

Assignment: Stoichiometry Limiting/Excess, Percent Purity, Percent Yield Practice Problems

Due Thursday

  • 6.6 Pg 424 #1,2

  • 6.6 Pg 427 #1

  • 6.6 Pg 428#2,3

Friday: Quiz - Chapter 6 Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Due Friday

  • Review your Traffic Light Study Guide

      • Topics: Balancing Equations, Classifying Reactions, Redox, Enthalpy (Endothermic, Exothermic), Stoichiometry

  • Start studying and prepping now!

Due Monday: Pre-Lab - Percent

Coming up...

Thursday: Pre-Lab: Concentration of H2O2, Chapter 6 quiz prep (on your own)

Friday: Chapter 6 Quiz

Monday: Lab - Concentration of H2O2



November 30 - Tuesday

Stoichiometry Lecture - Continued

Assignment: Stoichiometry of Gases and Solutions

Due Wednesday

  • Read/Notes Pg 413-417 6.5 Stoichiometry of Gases and Stoichiometry of Solutions

Assignment: Stoichiometry Practice Problems

Due Wednesday

  • 6.5 Pg 410 #1

  • 6.5 Pg 412 #1,2

  • 6.5 Pg 413 QC

  • 6.5 Pg 415 #1,2

  • 6.5 Pg 416 QC #1,2,3

  • 6.5 Pg 417 #2

Assignment: Stoichiometry Limiting/Excess, Percent Purity, Percent Yield Practice Problems

Due Thursday (you will have time on Wednesday to work on this)

  • 6.6 Pg 424 #1,2

  • 6.6 Pg 427 #1

  • 6.6 Pg 428#2,3

Coming up...

Wed: Ch 6 Practice Problems

Thursday: Chapter 6 Review

Friday: Chapter 6 Quiz



November 29 - Monday

Stoichiometry Lecture

Assignment: Stoichiometry of Gases and Solutions

Due Wednesday

  • Read/Notes Pg 413-417 6.5 Stoichiometry of Gases and Stoichiometry of Solutions

Assignment: Stoichiometry Practice Problems

Due Wednesday

  • coming soon...

On Your Own: Post Lab - Acid/Base Titration

Coming up...

Tuesday: Prac Probs, Quiz Prep

Wed: Ch 6 Quiz?


November 24 - 28

Thanksgiving Break! Have a great Thanksgiving!!



November 22 - Monday

Lab - Acid/Base Titration

Due Today - Review: AP Classroom Review Videos

Coming up...

Tuesday: Post-Lab, Stoichiometry

Monday: Stoichiometry Lecture and Practice Probs.

Tuesday: Prac Probs, Quiz Prep

Wed: Ch 6 Quiz



November 19 - Friday

Due: 6.4 Energy Changes

  • Prac Problems

Assignment: Pre-Lab - Acid/Base Titration

Due Monday

Review: AP Classroom Review Videos

Due Monday

  • Watch the assigned Unit 4 videos on AP Classroom as a review

Coming up...

Friday: PreLab: Titration, 6.5 Stoichiometry Read/Notes

Monday: Lab: Titration



November 18 - Thursday

Lecture: 6.4 Redox Reactions

Continued from yesterday

Assignment 6.4 Energy Changes

Due Friday

  • Pg 402 Quick Check

  • Pg 403 Quick Check

  • Pg 405 #1,2,3

Assignment: AP Classroom Review Videos

Due Monday

  • Watch the assigned Unit 4 videos on AP Classroom as review

Coming up...

Friday: PreLab: Titration, 6.5 Stoichiometry Read/Notes

Monday: Lab: Titration



November 17 - Wednesday

Due Today: 6.3 Redox Reactions

  • Questions?

Lecture: 6.4 Redox Reactions

Assignment 6.4 Energy Changes

Due Friday

  • Pg 402 Quick Check

  • Pg 403 Quick Check

  • Pg 405 #1,2,3

Coming up...

Wednesday: Ch 6.4 Lecture - Energy, Prac Probs

Thursday: Ch 6.4 Lecture and Practice Problems

Friday: PreLab: Titration, 6.5 Stoichiometry Read/Notes

Monday: Lab: Titration



November 16 - Tuesday

Lecture: 6.3 Redox Reactions

Assignment: 6.3 Redox Reactions

Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 394 Practice Problems #1-10

  • Pg 394 QC #1,2,3

  • Pg 395 QC #1all,2all

  • Pg 396 #2-5

Assignment 6.4 Energy Changes

Due Friday

  • Pg 402 Quick Check

  • Pg 403 Quick Check

  • Pg 405 #1,2,3

Coming up...

Monday: Ch 6.3 Lecture

Tuesday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions, Prac Probs

Wednesday: Ch 6.4 Lecture - Energy, Prac Probs



November 15 - Monday

Due Today - Assignment: 6.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

  • Questions?

Due Today - Assignment: 6.2 Classifying Reactions and Predicting Products

  • Questions?

Lecture: 6.3 Redox Reactions

Assignment: 6.3 Redox Reactions

  • Pg 394 Practice Problems #1-10

  • Pg 394 QC #1,2,3

  • Pg 395 QC #1all,2all

  • Pg 396 #2-5

Coming up...

Monday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions, Prac Probs

Tuesday: Ch 6.4 Lecture - Energy, Prac Probs

Wednesday: Ch 6.4,6.5 Prac Probs?



November 12 - Friday

Assignment: 6.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 368-374

Assignment

    • Pg 369 QC #1,2,3

    • Pg 371 QC

    • Pg 373 #2abc

    • Pg 374 #1,2,3

Assignment: 6.2 Classifying Reactions and Predicting Products

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 378-385

    • Read every section carefully!

    • Pg 378 write table from Warm Up in notes

    • Pg 380 write table 6.2.1 in notes

    • Pg 381 do the sample problems as practice

    • Pg 383 recall how to use the Activity Series

    • Pg 385 do the sample problems as practice

Assignment

  • Pg 378 Warm Up (no need to balance, just classify)

  • Pg 382 #1-3

  • Pg 383 QC #1-4

  • Pg 385 #1-3

  • Pg 388 #3

        • (**Classify all rxns "a" through "t" but only balance those listed below. These are practice in applying the detailed rules for each rxn type, when done, check your answers carefully)

  • Pg 388 #3a,b,d,e,g,i,k,n,q,s,t

        • (**Write the products and balance these.)

  • Pg 389 #4a,b,d,e,j,m

Coming up...

Monday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions, Prac Probs

Tuesday: Ch 6.4 Lecture - Energy, Prac Probs

Wednesday: Ch 6.4,6.5 Prac Probs?



November 11 - Thursday

Continued...AP Unit 3 Exam MCQ and FRQ - Post-Test Debrief

  • Log in to AP Classroom

      • Access your MCQ exam. Click on the link to show your answers.

          • We will examine each question to explain the correct answers

      • Access your FRQ exam. Click the link to show your answers.

          • We will examine each question to explain the correct answers

TLSG Chapter 6 - Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Classifying Reactions - Checking for Understanding

  • The following questions are part of today's assignment. Quickly classify the reactions and we will check your answers - this will underscore the point of needing to read carefully.

        • Pg 388 #3 (**Classify all rxns "a" through "t")

Assignment: 6.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 368-374

Assignment

    • Pg 369 QC #1,2,3

    • Pg 371 QC

    • Pg 373 #2abc

    • Pg 374 #1,2,3

Assignment: 6.2 Classifying Reactions and Predicting Products

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 378-385

    • Read every section carefully!

    • Pg 378 write table from Warm Up in notes

    • Pg 380 write table 6.2.1 in notes

    • Pg 381 do the sample problems as practice

    • Pg 383 recall how to use the Activity Series

    • Pg 385 do the sample problems as practice

Assignment

  • Pg 378 Warm Up (no need to balance, just classify)

  • Pg 382 #1-3

  • Pg 383 QC #1-4

  • Pg 385 #1-3

  • Pg 388 #3

        • (**Classify all rxns "a" through "t" but only balance those listed below. These are practice in applying the detailed rules for each rxn type, when done, check your answers carefully)

  • Pg 388 #3a,b,d,e,g,i,k,n,q,s,t

        • (**Write the products and balance these.)

  • Pg 389 #4a,b,d,e,j,m

Coming up...

Friday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions



November 10 - Wednesday

STEM Society Meeting TODAY

  • Make Super Bouncy Balls by mixing liquids?!

  • Meet in room 223 (this room) at 2:09 pm. Everyone is welcome!

AP Unit 3 Exam MCQ and FRQ - Post-Test Debrief

**Quick note** I am able to see who attempted the practice quizzes and who accessed the videos. If your grade is lower than you had hoped, is it possible that you did not use the resources provided to you? If so, why not?

  • Log in to AP Classroom

      • Access your MCQ exam. Click on the link to show your answers.

          • We will examine each question to explain the correct answers

      • Access your FRQ exam. Click the link to show your answers.

          • We will examine each question to explain the correct answers

TLSG Chapter 6 - Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

Assignment: 6.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 368-374

Assignment

    • Pg 369 QC #1,2,3

    • Pg 371 QC

    • Pg 373 #2abc

    • Pg 374 #1,2,3

Assignment: 6.2 Classifying Reactions and Predicting Products

Due Monday

  • Read/Notes pg 378-385

    • Read every section carefully!

    • Pg 378 write table from Warm Up in notes

    • Pg 380 write table 6.2.1 in notes

    • Pg 381 do the sample problems as practice

    • Pg 383 recall how to use the Activity Series

    • Pg 385 do the sample problems as practice

Assignment

  • Pg 378 Warm Up (no need to balance, just classify)

  • Pg 382 #1-3

  • Pg 383 QC #1-4

  • Pg 385 #1-3

  • Pg 388 #3

        • (**Classify all rxns "a" through "t" but only balance those listed below. These are practice in applying the detailed rules for each rxn type, when done, check your answers carefully)

  • Pg 388 #3a,b,d,e,g,i,k,n,q,s,t

        • (**Write the products and balance these.)

  • Pg 389 #4a,b,d,e,j,m

Coming up...

Thursday: Exam debrief continued

Friday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions



November 9 - Tuesday

STEM Society Meeting Tomorrow

  • Meet in room 223 (this room) at 2:09 pm. Everyone is welcome!

Hand Back Papers

  • Do not recycle your graded work until you confirm that it has been entered correctly in the grade book.

AP Unit 3 FRQ

  • Write your name and lab partner's name on a piece of paper, complete the FRQ on your own paper.

  • Circle (or clearly label) your final answer(s).

  • Turn in at the front when finished.

Assignment: 6.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

Due Thursday

  • Read/Notes pg 368-374

  • Pg 369 QC #1,2,3

  • Pg 371 QC

  • Pg 373 #2abc

  • Pg 374 #1,2,3

Coming up...

Wednesday: Post Test Debrief

Thursday: Chapter 6.1 - Balancing Chemical Equations, 6.2 - Classifying Chemical Equations and Predicting Products

Friday: Ch 6.3 Lecture - Redox Reactions



November 8 - Monday

AP Unit 3 Exam - Intermolecular Forces and Properties

The Exam must be finished today.

  1. Rules

      • You may use:

            • Green AP Periodic Table

            • Orange AP Formulas and Equations Sheet

            • Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet

            • Scratch Paper

            • Calculator.

      • Cell phones must be silenced and in your backpack

  2. Instructions

      • Log in to AP Classroom. Click "Unit 3 Progress Check MCQ" (Multiple Choice Questions). Complete the Exam.



November 3-5: Wednesday-Friday

AP Unit 3 Exam Info

  • Study the following:

    1. Examine the Unit 3 Course at a Glance (your blue sheet) to see what the unit covers.

    2. AP Classroom

        • Watch the videos while examining your notes (add to them as needed)

        • Complete the practice problems for each section

    3. Examine the Unit 3 Guide - it includes all the topics and a summary of each. This is a great starting point for studying.

    4. More practice problems? Let me know before Thursday - I can find more in AP Classroom and "assign" them so you can see them.

Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Finish theData Analysis, Questions and Post-Lab


Coming up...

Monday: AP Unit 3 Exam (Move to Monday?)



November 2 - Tuesday

AP Exam

  • Last day to sign up is Friday!

  • See your counselor to sign up.

  • Need help paying? Visit with me or your counselor.

Let's Make a Deal?!

  • I want you to be successful! So, should we move the AP Unit 3 Exam to Monday, November 8th?

        • Here's the deal:

            • If you promise to use every moment in class on Wed, Thurs, Fri to watch the assigned videos, do the assigned practice problems and seek out other problems to achieve mastery, I will move the exam to Monday. Deal? Or no deal?

AP Unit 3 Exam Info

  • How to study:

    1. Examine the Unit 3 Course at a Glance (your blue sheet) to see what the unit covers.

    2. AP Classroom

        • Watch the videos while examining your notes (add to them as needed)

        • Complete the practice problems for each section

    3. Examine the Unit 3 Guide - it includes all the topics and a summary of each. This is a great starting point for studying.

    4. More practice problems? Let me know before Thursday - I can find more in AP Classroom and "assign" them so you can see them.

Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Day 2 - Guided Inquiry


Coming up...

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam (Move to Monday?)



November 1 - Monday

Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due Monday

AP Exam

  • Last day to sign up is Friday!

  • See your counselor to sign up.

  • Need help paying? Visit with me or your counselor.

Coming up...

Monday-Tuesday: Lab: Chromatography

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam



November 1 - Monday

Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due Monday

AP Exam

  • Last day to sign up is Friday!

  • See your counselor to sign up.

  • Need help paying? Visit with me or your counselor.

Coming up...

Monday-Tuesday: Lab: Chromatography

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam



October 29 - Friday

The Chemistry of Halloween!!

  • Happy Halloween!

Pre-Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due Monday

Coming up...

Monday-Tuesday: Lab: Chromatography

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam



October 28 - Thursday

Late Work vs Make-up Work

  • Absent work - must write "Absent" and the day you were absent on the top of the paper and turn it into the make-up bin.

  • Recall, late work will not be accepted - you are falling behind if you aren't completing things on time.

      • Sometimes things happen, I get that. If you have permission from me to turn something in after the due date, you need to write "Late" at the top of the paper.

Quiz: Chapter 5 - Gases

  • Take the quiz with your lab partner

  • Rules

      • You may use your AP colored sheets, calculator, scratch paper

      • One person signs in. Both receive the same grade.

      • You get two attempts only. Both attempts will be averaged together.

Pre-Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due Monday

Coming up...

Friday: The Chemistry of Halloween

Monday-Tuesday: Lab: Chromatography

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam



October 27 - Wednesday

Due Today: Read/Notes: 5.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory

  • Read/notes all sections of 5.4 except for:

      • Pg 355 Root Mean Square Velocity

      • Pg 359 Graham's Law Practice Problems

Due Today: Kinetic Molecular Theory

Kinetic Molecular Theory - 5.4 (on a separate paper)

  • 5.4 Pg 352 Warm Up

  • 5.4 Average Kinetic Energy Pg 364-365 #1,5all

  • 5.4 Quick Check Pg 363 #1-3

Elephant Toothpaste Demo

  • Need Goggles, Aprons.

  • We will be measuring pressure differences (qualitatively) and foam production.

Pre-Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due **Monday**

Coming up...

Wednesday: E. Toothpaste, Pre-Lab

Thursday: Quiz - Ch 5 Gases (Averaged scores), AP Unit 3 Review - 3.1,3.2

Friday: The Chemistry of Halloween

Monday-Tuesday: Lab: Chromatography

Wed-Thurs: AP Unit 3 Review 3.3-3.13

Friday: AP Unit 3 Exam



October 26 - Tuesday

Due Today: Gases Partial Pressure

Due Today

Gases - Chapter 5.3

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure Pg 343 QC #1,2

  • 5.3 Dalton's Law Pg 345 #1,2

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor Pg 346 #1

  • 5.3 Calculating Partial Pressure Pg 348 #1,2 (add this to your other questions for 5.3)

Assignment: Read/Notes: 5.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory

Due Tomorrow

  • Read/notes all sections of 5.4 except for:

      • Pg 355 Root Mean Square Velocity

      • Pg 359 Graham's Law Practice Problems

Assignment: Kinetic Molecular Theory

Due Tomorrow

Kinetic Molecular Theory - 5.4 (on a separate paper)

  • 5.4 Pg 352 Warm Up

  • 5.4 Average Kinetic Energy Pg 364-365 #1,5all

  • 5.4 Quick Check Pg 363 #1-3

Pre-Lab: Chromatography and Intermolecular Forces

Due Thursday at the start of class

Coming up...

Wednesday: E. Toothpaste?

Thursday: Quiz - Ch 5 Gases, Lab - Separation of a Dye Mixture Using Chromatrography

Friday: The Chemistry of Halloween



October 25 - Monday

Lecture: 5.3 Gases Partial Pressure

Read/Notes: 5.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory

  • Read/notes all sections of 5.4 except for:

      • Pg 355 Root Mean Square Velocity

      • Pg 359 Graham's Law Practice Problems

Assignment: Gases Partial Pressure

Gases - Chapter 5.3

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure Pg 343 QC #1,2

  • 5.3 Dalton's Law Pg 345 #1,2

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor Pg 346 #1

  • 5.3 Calculating Partial Pressure Pg 348 #1,2 (add this to your other questions for 5.3)

Kinetic Molecular Theory - 5.4 (on a separate paper)

  • 5.4 Pg 352 Warm Up

  • 5.4 Average Kinetic Energy Pg 364-365 #1,5all

  • 5.4 Quick Check Pg 363 #1-3

Coming up...

Tuesday: 5.4 Continued, Pre-Lab

Wednesday: E. Toothpaste?



October 20 - Wednesday

Assignment: Gases and Gas Laws

Gases - Chapter 5.3 - Due Monday

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure Pg 343 QC #1,2

  • 5.3 Dalton's Law Pg 345 #1,2

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor Pg 346 #1

Coming up...

Thursday/Friday: No School - Teacher Conferences

Monday: 5.3 Partial Pressure Calculations, 5.3 Calculating Partial Pressures Pg 348 #1,2, 5.4 Kinetic Mol. Theory

Tuesday: E. Toothpaste, 5.4 Continued



October 19 - Tuesday

Due Today

Gases - Chapter 5.2

  • 5.2 Boyle's Law Pg 321 #1,2

  • 5.2 Charles's Law Pg 324 #1,2

  • 5.2 Gay-Lussac Law Pg 327 #1,2

  • 5.2 Combined Gas Law Pg 329 #1,2

  • 5.2 Ideal Gas Law Pg 332 #1,2,3

Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5

**Assignment below has been moved to Wednesday)

Assignment - Due Wednesday (at the end of the hour)

Gases - Chapter 5.3

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure Pg 343 QC #1,2

  • 5.3 Dalton's Law Pg 345 #1,2

  • 5.3 Partial Pressure of Water Vapor Pg 346 #2

  • 5.3 Calculating Partial Pressures Pg 348 #1,2

Coming up...

Tuesday: Lecture 5.3 Vapor Pressure and Boiling Point

Wednesday: E. Toothpaste? 5.3 Practice Problems, 5.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory and Real Gas Behavior



October 18 - Monday

AP Exam Signup Starts Today

  • Why take the AP Chemistry Exam?

  • More info at: https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/exam-dates-and-fees

  • Sign up from October 18th - November 5th

  • $40 non-refundable fee at signup. Exam total is $96

  • How to sign up?

        • Visit the counseling office and sign up to see your counselor - they are the only ones that can sign you up.

        • Need help with the $96? Your counselor can request "Angel Funds" to help cover the costs (or pay the entire fee) for you! Do not hesitate to use this resource!!

        • Paying with a check? Make it out to Billings Public Schools.

  • AP Chemistry Exam is May 2 in the afternoon


Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5

Assignment

Due Tomorrow

Gases - Chapter 5

  • 5.2 Boyle's Law Pg 321 #1,2

  • 5.2 Charles's Law Pg 324 #1,2

  • 5.2 Gay-Lussac Law Pg 327 #1,2

  • 5.2 Combined Gas Law Pg 329 #1,2

  • 5.2 Ideal Gas Law Pg 332 #1,2,3

Coming up...

Tuesday: Lecture 5.3 Vapor Pressure and Boiling Point

Wednesday: E. Toothpaste? 5.3 Practice Problems, 5.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory and Real Gas Behavior



October 15 - Friday

Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5



October 14 - Thursday

Vote for Homecoming Royalty

Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5

Coming up...

Friday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems



October 13 - Wednesday

Makeup: AP Unit 2 Exam

  • Must be made up by 8:00 am tomorrow

Lab Notebooks - Due Today

  • Lab notebooks are due Wednesday. Make sure it is up to date.

  • Complete all Post-Labs and Conclusions.

Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5

Coming up...

Wednesday: Lab Notebooks Due, Ch 5 gases lecture.

Thursday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems

Friday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems



October 13 - Wednesday

Makeup: AP Unit 2 Exam

  • Must be made up by 8:00 am tomorrow

Lab Notebooks - Due Tomorrow

  • Lab notebooks are due Wednesday. Make sure it is up to date.

  • Complete all Post-Labs and Conclusions.

Lecture: Gases - Chapter 5

Coming up...

Wednesday: Lab Notebooks Due, Ch 5 gases lecture.

Thursday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems

Friday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems



October 12 - Tuesday

Hand Back Papers

  • Do not recycle your graded work until you confirm that it has been entered correctly in the grade book.

AP Unit 2 FRQ

  • Complete the FRQ on your own paper with your lab partner.

  • We will discuss the answers.

Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Lab Notebooks - Due Tomorrow

  • Lab notebooks are due Wednesday. Make sure it is up to date.

  • Complete all Post-Labs and Conclusions.

Coming up...

Wednesday: Lab Notebooks Due, Ch 5 gases lecture.

Thursday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems

Friday: Gas Laws Lecture, Practice Problems



October 11 - Monday

AP Unit 2 Test - Makeup from Friday?

  • If you were absent Friday, you need to schedule a time today or tomorrow to come in and take the exam.

Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Lab Notebooks - Due Wednesday

  • Lab notebooks are due Wednesday. Make sure it is up to date.

  • Complete all Post-Labs and Conclusions.

Coming up...

Tuesday: Unit 2 FRQ (group assignment), Ch 5 Gases Lecture

Wednesday: Lab Notebooks Due, Ch 5 gases lecture.



October 8 - Friday

AP Unit 2 Test

The Exam must be finished today.

  1. Rules

      • You may use: Green AP Periodic Table, Orange AP Formulas and Equations Sheet, Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet, Calculator.

      • Cell phones must be silenced and in your backpack

  2. Instructions

      • Log in to AP Classroom. Click "Unit 2 Progress Check MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions). Complete the Test.

Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Post Labs and Conclusions

  • Lab notebooks are due after the Qualitative Analysis Lab. Make sure it is up to date.

Coming up...

Monday: Lab Day 2

Tuesday: Unit 2 FRQ (group assignment), Ch 5 Gases Lecture

Wednesday: Ch 5 gases lecture.



October 7 - Thursday

Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

AP Unit 2 Exam Prep

Exam is tomorrow

  • Unit 2 includes Chapter 4 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  • Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 2 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Thursdays will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  • Help? Check with me to see which days/times will work for after school to answer your questions.

  • Complete the following practice quizzes

        • Types of Chemical Bonds Quiz (Unit 2.1)

        • Intramolecular Force and Potential Energy Quiz (2.2)

        • Structure of Ionic Solids Quiz (Unit 2.3)

        • Structure of Metals and Alloys Quiz (Unit 2.4)

        • Lewis Diagrams Quiz (Unit 2.5)

        • Resonance and Formal Charge Quiz (Unit 2.6)

        • VSEPR and Bond Hybridization Quiz (Unit 2.7)

  • Watch the Videos


Coming up...

Friday: AP Unit 2 Exam

Monday: Lab day 2

Tuesday: Ch5 Lecture



October 6 - Wednesday

AP Unit 2 Exam Prep

Exam is scheduled for Thursday (but plans may change depending on which days I will be here)

  • Unit 2 includes Chapter 4 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  • Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 2 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Thursdays will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  • Help? Check with me to see which days/times will work for after school to answer your questions.

  • Complete the following practice quizzes

        • Types of Chemical Bonds Quiz (Unit 2.1)

        • Intramolecular Force and Potential Energy Quiz (2.2)

        • Structure of Ionic Solids Quiz (Unit 2.3)

        • Structure of Metals and Alloys Quiz (Unit 2.4)

        • Lewis Diagrams Quiz (Unit 2.5)

        • Resonance and Formal Charge Quiz (Unit 2.6)

        • VSEPR and Bond Hybridization Quiz (Unit 2.7)

  • Watch the Videos

Pre-Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Coming up...

Thursday: Lab

Friday: AP Unit 2 Exam

Monday: Lab day 2 or Start Ch 5.



October 5 - Tuesday

AP Unit 2 Exam Prep

Exam is scheduled for Thursday (but plans may change depending on which days I will be here)

  • Unit 2 includes Chapter 4 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  • Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 2 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Thursdays will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  • Help? Check with me to see which days/times will work for after school to answer your questions.

  • Complete the following practice quizzes

        • Types of Chemical Bonds Quiz (Unit 2.1)

        • Intramolecular Force and Potential Energy Quiz (2.2)

        • Structure of Ionic Solids Quiz (Unit 2.3)

        • Structure of Metals and Alloys Quiz (Unit 2.4)

        • Lewis Diagrams Quiz (Unit 2.5)

        • Resonance and Formal Charge Quiz (Unit 2.6)

        • VSEPR and Bond Hybridization Quiz (Unit 2.7)

  • Watch the Videos

Pre-Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Coming up...

Wednesday: Pre-Lab, Exam Prep, Ch 5 TLSG,

Thursday: AP Unit 2 Exam or Lab

Friday: AP Unit 2 Exam or Lab

Monday: Lab day 2 or Start Ch 5.



October 4 - Monday

Quiz - Chapter 4: Relationships and Patterns in Chemistry

You may use: MT Tech Periodic Table, AP Periodic Table (green), Common Formulas Sheet (orange), Calculator, Scratch Paper

  1. Go to the online textbook. Click on Chapter 4. Click "Relationships and Patterns in Chemistry".

      • Flagging a question: If you are unsure about your answer, click the flag and answer the question to the best of your ability. The flags show up on my screen so I can see if there are topics that people are unsure of.

      • Submitting: Don't forget to submit your answers when you finish.

      • Reviewing: You will have a chance to look at all your answers after you submit. Each question has a recommended section to review if you miss it - take time to review them.

  2. Retake?

      • You cannot retake the quiz outside of this room. The quiz time-stamps attempts so please do not work on it outside of the classroom.

      • If you have time, you are welcome to retake during class but it must be finished in class - you cannot continue a quiz outside of class time

      • Or schedule a time to retake the quiz.

      • All retakes must be complete by 3:30pm on Wednesday

AP Unit 2 Exam Prep

Exam is scheduled for Thursday (but plans may change depending on which days I will be here)

  • Unit 2 includes Chapter 4 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  • Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 2 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Thursdays will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  • Help? Check with me to see which days/times will work for after school to answer your questions.

Pre-Lab: Qualitative Analysis and Chemical Bonding

Coming up...

Monday: Ch4 Quiz, Elephant toothpaste?

Tuesday: AP Unit 2 Videos and Practice Problems (in AP Classroom - these are already assigned for you)

Wednesday: Ch 5 TLSG, Pre-Lab

Thursday: AP Unit 2 Exam




October 1 - Friday

Chapter 4: Relationships and Patterns in Chemistry

Periodic Table, Naming Molecules, Naming Acids, Lewis Structures, VSEPR AXE

        • Assignment: Chapter 4 - Reading, Notes, and Review

            • Read/Notes as needed for each section

            • Practice Problems

                • Each section needs to be on a separate piece of paper (ex. 4.1 on it's own sheet, 4.2 on a separate sheet)

                • Due Monday

        • Chapter 4 Quiz on Monday

        • AP Unit 2 Exam on Thursday


Coming up...

Monday: Ch4 Quiz, Elephant toothpaste?

Tuesday: AP Unit 2 Videos and Practice Problems (in AP Classroom - these are already assigned for you)

Wednesday: Ch 5 TLSG, Pre-Lab

Thursday: AP Unit 2 Exam



September 30 - Thursday

Chapter 4: Relationships and Patterns in Chemistry

Periodic Table, Naming Molecules, Naming Acids, Lewis Structures, VSEPR AXE

        • Assignment: Chapter 4 - Reading, Notes, and Review

            • Read/Notes as needed for each section

            • Practice Problems

                • Each section needs to be on a separate piece of paper (ex. 4.1 on it's own sheet, 4.2 on a separate sheet)

                • Due Monday

        • Chapter 4 Quiz on Monday

        • AP Unit 2 Exam on Tuesday


Coming up...

Thursday: Ch4 reviews/prac probs

Friday: Ch4 reviews/prac probs

Monday: Ch4 Quiz

Tuesday: AP Unit 2 Videos and Practice Problems (in AP Classroom)

Wednesday: AP Unit 2 Exam

Thursday: Ch 5 TLSG, Pre-Lab




Announcement about AP Exam:

* AP exam sign ups will begin Monday, October 18th, and run through Friday, November 5th. Exams are $96 this year, and require a $40 nonrefundable deposit at the time of signing up.


* Students can sign up and pay their fees (exact cash or check made out to BPS) through their school's counseling department.


* Students are required to have an active College Board account at the time of registration. They will need to login to their account and add the exam-only join code to secure their exam when they sign up. All of your students should have already joined your AP section through the College Board site, so they should have active accounts ready to go.


September 29 - Wednesday

Unit 1 Exam Remediation

  • This is a one-time deal

  • If you would like to retake the Unit 1 Exam, complete the entire "Pink Sheet". Bring it in and retake the exam in this room

  • All retakes must be completed by 3:30 pm this Friday.

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass - Day 3

Coming up...

Thursday: Ch4 reviews/prac probs

Friday: Ch4 quiz



September 28 - Tuesday

Unit 1 Exam Remediation

  • This is a one-time deal

  • If you would like to retake the Unit 1 Exam, complete the entire "Pink Sheet". Bring it in and retake the exam in this room

  • All retakes must be completed by 3:30 pm this Friday.

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass - Day 2


Coming up...

Wednesday: Read/Notes Ch4

Thursday: Ch4 reviews/prac probs

Friday: Ch4 quiz



September 27 - Monday

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass

Coming up...

Tuesday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass day 2

Wednesday: Read/Notes Ch4

Thursday: Ch4 reviews/prac probs

Friday: Ch4 quiz



September 24 - Friday

AP Unit 1: Free Response Question

  • With your lab partner, answer the questions with complete ideas. You must show your depth of knowledge on each question.

AP Unit 2: Molecular and Ionic Structure and Properties

  • All of AP Unit 2 is covered in Chapter 4. Look at your Pink "Course at a Glance Sheet" to see what topics are included

  • We will only spend 1 week on this Unit.

Chapter 4 Traffic Light Study Guide

  • Due Today

  • Turn in on the front table

Pre-Lab: Percent Copper in Brass

Assignment...(coming soon)

Coming up...

Thursday: Pre-Lab: Finish Quiz if needed, Composition of Copper in Brass, TLSG.

Friday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)

Monday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass

Tuesday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass day 2



September 23 - Thursday

AP Unit 1 Test

Finish the test today if you did not finish yesterday

  1. Rules

      • You may use: Green AP Periodic Table, Orange AP Formulas and Equations Sheet, Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet.

      • Cell phones must be silenced and in your backpack

      • Scratch Paper - Record your answers on the scratch paper along with your work.

            • If you do not finish and you are unable to save your progress, this record will help you re-start tomorrow and complete the problems you have not finished.

  2. Instructions

      • Log in to AP Classroom. Click "Unit 1 Progress Check MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions). Complete the quiz.

Pre-Lab: Percent Copper in Brass

Coming up...

Thursday: Pre-Lab: Finish Quiz if needed, Composition of Copper in Brass, TLSG.

Friday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)

Monday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass

Tuesday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass day 2




September 22 - Wednesday

AP Unit 1 Test

  1. Rules

      • You may use: Green AP Periodic Table, Orange AP Formulas and Equations Sheet, Blue Polyatomic Ions Sheet.

      • Cell phones must be silenced and in your backpack

      • Scratch Paper - Record your answers on the scratch paper along with your work.

            • If you do not finish and you are unable to save your progress, this record will help you re-start tomorrow and complete the problems you have not finished.

  2. Instructions

      • Log in to AP Classroom. Click "Unit 1 Progress Check MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions). Complete the quiz.

Coming up...

Thursday: Pre-Lab: Finish Quiz if needed, Composition of Copper in Brass, TLSG.

Friday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)

Monday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass

Tuesday: Lab: Composition of Copper in Brass day 2




September 21 - Tuesday

Due Today

  1. 3.6 Molar Concentration - Molarity pg 221-227 - Read/Notes

              • pg 223 #2,4

              • Pg 224 #1,3

              • Pg 226 #1,5

  1. OPTIONAL: 3.6 Activity - Beers Law pg 227-228

Quiz - Chapter 3 The Mole

You may use: MT Tech Periodic Table, AP Periodic Table (green), Common Formulas Sheet (orange), Calculator

  1. Go to the online textbook. Click on Chapter 3. Click "Mole - The Central Unit in Chemistry".

      • Flagging a question: If you are unsure about your answer, click the flag and answer the question to the best of your ability. The flags show up on my screen so I can see if there are topics that people are unsure of.

      • Submitting: Don't forget to submit your answers when you finish.

      • Reviewing: You will have a chance to look at all your answers after you submit. Each question has a recommended section to review if you miss it - take time to review them.

  2. Retake?

      • You cannot retake the quiz outside of this room. The quiz time-stamps you attempts so please do not work on it outside of the classroom.

      • If you have time, you are welcome to retake during class but it must be finished in class - you cannot continue a quiz outside of class time

      • Or schedule a time to retake the quiz.

  • All quiz retakes must be completed before Friday at 3:30 pm

Assignment: AP Classroom

Due Tomorrow

  1. Sign into AP Classroom and join AP Chemistry

      • Enrollment code is at the bottom of this page in "Chemistry Resources"

            • The following students HAVE SIGNED UP. If your name is not on this list you are not signed up for AP Chemistry in AP Classroom.

                  • Syr G.

                  • Casey L.

                  • Jacob M.

                  • Nick M-H.

                  • Luke N.

Study: AP Unit 1 Test Wednesday

  1. Unit 1 includes Chapters 1,2,3 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  2. Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 1 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Wednesday will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  3. Help? I will be here every day after school and Wednesday morning at 7:10 am to answer your questions.

Coming up...

Tuesday: Mole Quiz, AP Classroom review for AP Unit Test (Resources available to you)

Wednesday: AP Unit 1 Test - Atomic Structure and Properties

Thursday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)

Friday:

Monday: Lab Notebooks Due



September 20 - Monday

Due Today

      1. 3.4 Molar Volume pg 202-209 - Read/Notes

              • Pg 210-211 #2,9,12,17

      1. 3.5 Composition Analysis - Determining Formulas pg 136-144 - Read/Notes

              • Pg 213 #1,2

              • Pg 214 #1 Quick Check

              • Pg 215 #1,3

              • Pg 217 #1,3

Assignments:

  1. 3.6 Molar Concentration - Molarity pg 221-227 - Read/Notes

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • Practice Problems - Due Tuesday

              • pg 223 #2,4

              • Pg 224 #1,3

              • Pg 226 #1,5

  1. OPTIONAL: 3.6 Activity - Beers Law pg 227-228

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • There might be Beer's Law questions on the AP Test Wednesday.

Study: Mole Quiz Tomorrow

  • Fill out your Chapter 2 Traffic Light Study Guide. Determine what you need to study.

  • Review Chapter 2 material.

  • Complete practice problems as needed.

Study: AP Unit 1 Test Wednesday

  1. Unit 1 includes Chapters 1,2,3 in our book. Check the "Course at a Glance" to see the topics (pink sheet I gave to you).

  2. Log in to AP Classroom

    • Unit 1 - Each section has AP Daily Videos and Topic Questions. They have been assigned but will not be graded. They were assigned to ensure that you have access to all of the resources. The Test on Wednesday will be on AP Classroom so the questions will be very similar to the Topic Questions that have been assigned. Spend your time where you need the most practice/help.

  3. Help? I will be here every day after school and Wednesday morning at 7:10 am to answer your questions.

Coming up...

Tuesday: Mole Quiz, AP Classroom review for AP Unit Test (Resources available to you)

Wednesday: AP Unit 1 Test - Atomic Structure and Properties

Thursday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)

Friday:

Monday: Lab Notebooks Due






September 17 - Friday

Quiz Retake for Chapter 2: Matter

  • No retakes or grade changes after 3:30pm Today (Friday)

Assignments: Complete the following. Help each other out if needed. Write down any questions you have so I can help you with them on Friday!

      1. 3.4 Molar Volume pg 202-209 - Read/Notes

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • Review Questions - Due Monday

              • Pg 210-211 #2,9,12,17

      1. 3.5 Composition Analysis - Determining Formulas pg 136-144 - Read/Notes

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • Practice Problems - Due Monday

              • Pg 213 #1,2

              • Pg 214 #1 Quick Check

              • Pg 215 #1,3

              • Pg 217 #1,3

      1. 3.6 Molar Concentration - Molarity pg 221-227 - Read/Notes

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • Practice Problems - Due Tuesday

              • pg 223 #2,4

              • Pg 224 #1,3

              • Pg 150 #1,5

4. 3.6 Activity - Beers Law pg 227-228

            • Complete the problems on a separate piece of paper that you can turn in. If you need help, look at the work/answers in my book.

          • Activity - Due Tuesday

Coming up...

Monday: 3.6

Tuesday: Mole Quiz, AP Classroom review for AP Unit Test (Resources available to you)

Wednesday: AP Unit 1 Test - Atomic Structure and Properties

Thursday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)


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September 16 - Thursday

Lab: Spectroscopy

Quiz Retake for Chapter 2: Matter

  • No retakes or grade changes after 3:30pm Tomorrow (Friday)

Coming up...

Friday: 3.4-3.6 Read/Notes, Practice Problems

Monday: Mole Quiz

Tuesday: Chapter 4 (Periodic Trends, Naming Molecules)



September 15 - Wednesday

Lab: Spectroscopy




September 14 - Tuesday

Lab: Spectroscopy