P5 AP CHEMISTRY

Daily Lessons and Assignments

May 28 - Friday

Thank you for an amazing year!

I am proud of each one of you and I wish you all the best in the future! Remember to work hard but also to take plenty of time to enjoy life! Don't be a stranger - stop in and say hi or shoot me an email or send me a message through social.

The Chemistry of ...

This week

  • Friday: Cake and Party



May 27 - Thursday

The Chemistry of ...

This week

  • Thursday: Giant Bubbles, Tie Dye?

  • Friday: Cake and Party



May 26 - Wednesday

Final Exam

  • You may use the following: AP Periodic Table, AP Equations and Constants, Calculator, Pencil, Blank scratch paper.

  • Complete the exam on AP Classroom.

  • Turn in your scratch paper upfront.

The Chemistry of ...

This week

  • Wednesday: Final / Movie?, Make Dye and Bubble Soln.

  • Thursday: Coffee Tasting, Giant Bubbles, Tie Dye?

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Ice Cream



May 25 - Tuesday

Final Exam

  • Wednesday, May 26th

The Chemistry of ...

This week

  • Wednesday: Final / Movie?, Make Dye and Bubble Soln.

  • Thursday: Coffee Tasting, Giant Bubbles, Tie Dye?

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Ice Cream



May 24 - Monday

Final Exam

  • Wednesday, May 26th

The Chemistry of ...

This week

  • Monday: Ice Cream, S'Mores

  • Tuesday: Ice Cream (from freezer), Mazevo Coffee / Roasting Coffee?

  • Wednesday: Final / Movie?, Make Dye and Bubble Soln.

  • Thursday: Coffee Tasting, Giant Bubbles, Tie Dye?

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Ice Cream



May 14 - Friday

Final Exam

  • Thursday, May 27th

The Chemistry of ...

  • Friday: The Chemistry of Ice Cream DQ

Next week

  • Monday: Ice Cream

  • Tuesday: Mazevo Coffee

  • Wednesday: ??

  • Thursday: Final

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Ice Cream



May 13 - Thursday

Lab Notebooks Due Today

Final Exam

  • Thursday, May 27th

The Chemistry of ...

  • Thursday: Bake Artisan Loaves, Belgian Waffles

  • Friday: DQ?

Next week

  • Monday: Ice Cream

  • Tuesday: Mazevo Coffee

  • Wednesday: ??

  • Thursday: Final

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Bread

Cheese

Ice Cream

  • For planning purposes, chose ice cream recipes so I can purchase needed supplies. All supplies must be purchased by this Friday.

  • Try these two recipes and compare



May 12 - Wednesday

Lab Notebooks Due Tomorrow

Final Exam

  • Thursday, May 27th?

The Chemistry of ...

  • Monday: Artisan Dough, Pizza Dough

  • Tuesday: Cook Artisan Bread, make Mozzarella Cheese

  • Wednesday: Bake Margherita Pizza, make Belgian Waffle batter

  • Thursday: Bake Artisan Loaves, Belgian Waffles

  • Friday: DQ?

Next week

  • Monday: Ice Cream

  • Tuesday: Mazevo Coffee

  • Wednesday: ??

  • Thursday: Final

  • Friday: Cake and Party

The Chemistry of ...

Bread

Cheese

Ice Cream

  • For planning purposes, chose ice cream recipes so I can purchase needed supplies. All supplies must be purchased by this Friday.

  • Try these two recipes and compare



May 11 - Tuesday

The Chemistry of ...

  • Monday: Artisan Dough, Pizza Dough

  • Tuesday: Cook Artisan Bread, make Mozzarella Cheese

  • Wednesday: Bake Margherita Pizza, make Belgian Waffle batter

  • Thursday: Bake Artisan Loaves, Belgian Waffles

  • Friday: DQ?

The Chemistry of ...

Bread

Cheese

Ice Cream

  • For planning purposes, chose ice cream recipes so I can purchase needed supplies. All supplies must be purchased by this Friday.

  • Try these two recipes and compare


May 10 - Monday

AP Chemistry Exam - Debriefiliscious!

  • How did it go?!

The Chemistry of ...

  • The Chemistry of (blank) After The Exam - "TCO-ATE"

  • Calendar of events.

  • Each person picks at least one "TCO" and plans it.

        • Supplies

        • Activity

        • Date(s)

Bread

Ice Cream



April 30 - Friday

**Last day of AP Chemistry class before the Exam! How are you feeling about it?**

Due Today

  • 7.3 Balancing Redox Reactions

Lab Notebooks

  • Lab Notebooks will be due the next week that we meet.

Lecture: Redox Reactions

Assignment:

  • Pick at least one from each section. Do them. Get more smarter. Enjoy life more.





April 29 - Thursday

Due Today

  • 7.1 Oxidation-Reduction

Lab: Acid-Base Titration

Lecture: Redox Reactions

Assignment #1: Balancing Redox Reactions

  • 7.2 Balancing Half Reactions Pg 452 #1, 2ab, 3ab, 4ab

  • 7.2 Balancing Redox Pg 454 #5bcd

Assignment #2

  • Read/Notes 7.4 The Electrochemical Cell

  • Pg 470-477 (Only the following sections)

      • Standard Electrochemical Cell

      • The Salt Bridge

      • Predicting Standard Cell Potentials (Voltages)

      • Cell Equilibrium

      • Nernst Equation (concepts and final equation only - just need to know what it is used for)

  • Do NOT worry about the calculations. This section is showing how Redox is applied to Electrochemistry. We will focus on the


April 28 - Wednesday

Due Today

  • 6.3 Acid-Base Titrations

Lab: Acid-Base Titration

Assignment #1: 7.1 Oxidation-Reduction

  • Read Pg 430-436

  • Pg 433 #1-8

  • Pg 434 #1,2,3

  • Pg 435 #1,2,3

  • Pg 436 #2,3,4,5

Coming up...

Thursday: 7.2 Balancing Redox Equations, 7.4 Electrochemical Cell

Friday: 7.4 Electrochemical Cell, 7.5 Electrolytic Cell





April 27 - Tuesday

AP Exam Review

  • Keep reviewing and studying for the exam!

Assignment #1: 6.3 Acid-Base Titrations

  • Calculating Solution ConcentrationPg 373 #1

  • Calculating Solution Concentration Pg 374 #2,3

  • Calculating Solution Volume Pg 375 #1,2

  • Calculating Molar Mass Pg 377 #1,2

  • Calculating Percent PurityPg 379 #1

Prelab: Acid-Base Titration

Assignment #2: 6.4 A Closer Look at Titrations

  • This is a reading assignment. Do not worry about any of the math and calculations, they are not required. But, we need to understand the role of pH indicators in titrations and how titration data (graphs) differ for strong acid/base and weak acid/bases.

        • Read Pg 385-407

          • The first half is about titration and acids, the second half is about titrations and bases. Focus on the first half and skim the second half - titration of a base is the same as titrating an acids but the graphs/data are in reverse.



April 26 - Monday

AP Exam Review

  • Schedule time to review

      • Edvantage Science Textbook

      • AP Classroom

      • Other things I can help provide? (5 Steps to a 5?)

Due Today

  • 6.2 Chemistry of Buffers

Lecture: Chapter 6: Applications of Acid-Base Reactions

Assignment #1: 6.3 Acid Base Titrations

  • Calculating Solution ConcentrationPg 373 #1

  • Calculating Solution Concentration Pg 374 #2,3

  • Calculating Solution Volume Pg 375 #1,2

  • Calculating Molar Mass Pg 377 #1,2

  • Calculating Percent PurityPg 379 #1

Assignment #2: Prelab - Acid Base Titration

  • Lab is Wednesday

  • Lab sheet posted tomorrow




April 16 - Friday

Due Today

  • 5.5 Ka and Kb (second half of section)

Lecture: Chapter 6: Applications of Acid-Base Reactions

Assignment #1: 6.2 Chemistry of Buffers

  • Read/Notes

        • Pg 357 The Capacity of a Buffer

        • Pg 357 Preparation of a Buffer

        • Pg 358 More on Buffer Preparation

        • Pg 359 The Maintenance of Blood pH

        • Pg 361 Activity: Over-The-Counter Buffer Chemistry

            • Read all parts of the Activity so you understand how what we are learning applies to 'everyday life'. It is not necessary to answer the questions but you should be able to quickly think about the answers as you read the questions)

Assignment #2: 6.2 Chemistry of Buffers

  • Due Tomorrow

        • Pg 359 #1,2

        • Pg 360 #1,2

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April 15 - Thursday

Due Today

  • 5.4 pH and pOH (second half of section)

  • 5.5 Ka and Kb (first half of section)

Lecture: Acids and Bases

Assignment #1: 5.5 Ka and Kb

  • Due Tomorrow

  • Read/Notes pg 319-324

    • Pg 321 #1

    • Pg 322 #1

    • Pg 323 #3

Assignment #2: AP Exam Prep

AP Classroom

    • Complete Progress Checks

        • Free-Response Questions (FRQ) - Have been updated to allow you to score your own!

        • Multiple Choice Questions (MC) - Will allow you to see the answers (and score) when finished!

    • Daily Videos

        • Videos for each sub-topic to help you review!

Traffic Light Study Guides

  • Examine these for each chapter (they are available with the online book if you lost yours)

  • Study the sections that are not "green"



April 14 - Wednesday

AP Exam Prep

Due Today

  • 5.3 Ionization of Water

  • 5.4 pH and pOH

Lecture: Acids and Bases

Assignment #1: 5.4 pH and pOH

  • Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 305 #1

  • Pg 310 #16 (Watch video if you get stuck. On exam? I am not sure...)

Assignment #2: 5.5 Ka and Kb

  • Due Tomorrow

  • Read/Notes pg 312-317

  • Pg 315 #2,3

  • Pg 316 #1

  • Pg 317 #1



April 13 - Tuesday

AP Exam Prep

Due Today

  • 5.1 Identifying Acids and Bases

  • 5.2 The Strength of Acids and Bases

Traffic Light Study Guide - Chapter 5

Lecture: Acids and Bases

Assignment #1: 5.3 Ionization of Water

  • Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 291 #1,3

  • Pg 292 #1,2

Assignment #2: 5.4 pH and pOH

  • Due Tomorrow

  • Pg 299 #1,3

  • Pg 302 #1,2

  • ...



April 2 - Friday

No School




April 1 - Thursday

Happy April Fools Day!

  • All foolin' aside, we have 11 class periods left before the AP exam.

Lecture: Acids and Bases

  • 5.1 Identifying Acids and Bases

  • 5.2 The Strength of Acids and Bases

The Stoichiometry of S'Mores!

  • Eat S'Mores!

Assignment #1 - 5.1 Identifying Acids and Bases

  • 5.1 pg 265 #2 (all)

  • 5.1 pg 268 #1ab,3a

  • 5.1 Quick Check pg 268 #2,3

Assignment #2 - 5.2 The Strength of Acids and Bases

  • Read/Notes pg 276-284 (skip pg 282-283)

  • 5.2 Quick Check pg 275 #1,2,3,4

  • 5.2 Quick Check pg 278 #1

  • 5.2 Quick Check pg 281 #2



March 31 - Wednesday

TLSG - Chapter 4 Solubility Equilibrium

Assignment #1: Due Tomorrow

  • 4.3 Pg 244 #2,3

  • 4.3 Pg 247 #1b, 3

Assignment #2: Due Tomorrow

  • 4.4 Pg 252 #1

  • 4.4 Pg 254 #1a,3

  • 4.4 Pg 257 #1

  • (Optional but recommended) Pg 258 4.4 Activity: Experimentally Determining the Ksp of Copper(II) Iodate

Assignment #3: AP Exam Prep

  • Unit 1: Atomic Structure and Properties

      • Complete the Unit 1 Progress Check FRQ in AP Classroom

      • Once submitted, check your answers with the Scoring Guide

  • Unit 2: Molecular and Ionic Compound Structure and Properties

      • Complete the Unit 2 Progress Check FRQ in AP Classroom

      • Once submitted, check your answers with the Scoring Guide

  • Unit 3: Intermolecular Forces and Properties

      • Complete the Unit 3 Progress Check FRQ in AP Classroom

      • Once submitted, check your answers with the Scoring Guide

  • Unit 4: Chemical Reactions

      • Complete the Unit 3 Progress Check FRQ in AP Classroom

      • Once submitted, check your answers with the Scoring Guide



March 30 - Tuesday

Due Today

  • 4.1 The Concept of Solubility

  • 4.2 Qualitative Analysis - Identifying Unknown Ions

TLSG - Chapter 4 Solubility Equilibrium

Lectures: Solubility Equilibrium


March 29 - Monday

Due Today

  • 3.3 Pressure Equilibrium, Free Energy

  • Chapter 3 - Thermodynamics Review

  • Read / Notes 4.1 The Concept of Solubility

TLSG - Chapter 4 Solubility Equilibrium

Lectures: Solubility Equilibrium

Assignment #1: 4.1 - Due Tomorrow

  • 4.1 Pg 222 #3

  • 4.1 Pg 223 #3

Assignment #2: 4.2 - Due Tomorrow

  • Read: Identifying Precipitates - pg 234

  • Read: Hard Water - pg 235

  • Pg 233 #3

  • Pg 236 4.2 Activity: Using Titration to Calculate the Unknown [Cl-] in a sample of Seawater



March 19 - Friday

Due Today

  • 3.1 Entropy

  • 3.2 Gibbs Free Energy

Read / Notes - Thermodynamics

  • 3.3 Pg 204 Pressure, Equilibrium, Free Energy

      • Note: You only need the equations in the darkened boxes, not the derivatives of these equations.

Assignment #1 - Due Monday, March 29

  • 3.3 Pressure Equilibrium, Free Energy

        • 3.3 Pg 207 #1,2

        • 3.3 Pg 209 #1,2

Assignment #2 - Due Monday, March 29

  • Chapter 3 - Thermodynamics Review

        • Pg 211 #2,4,8

Assignment #3 - Due Monday, Marcy 29

  • Read / Notes 4.1 The Concept of Solubility



March 18 - Thursday

Due Today

  • Chapter 2 - Equilibrium Review

Read / Notes - Thermodynamics

  • Read and take notes - 25 minutes

        • 3.1 Entropy Pg 182-185

        • Do the Quick Check's as needed

Assignment #1 - Due Tomorrow

  • 3.1 Entropy Pg 186 #1,2a

  • (Suggested not mandatory) 3.1 Pg 188 #4,7,8

Lecture: Thermodynamics

Assignment #2 - Due Tomorrow

  • 3.2 Gibbs Free Energy Pg 197 #1,2



March 17 - Wednesday

Due Today

  • 2.5 The Equilibrium Constant

  • 2.6 Equilibrium Problems (ICE Tables)

  • Questions?

Reviewing for the AP Exam

(16 class periods remain before the exam!) It is time to start reviewing for the Exam. Due to the scheduling and the 2 hour blocks, we will have almost no days to review in class - we will be coving new material through the Friday prior to the exam.

How to prepare:

  1. AP Classroom Topic Videos

        • I've assigned Units 1-3. These are optional.

  2. AP Classroom Progress Checks

        • I've assigned Units 1-3 Free Response Questions. These are optional.

Assignment #1: Unit Review - Ch2 Chemical Equilibrium

Due tomorrow. Check your answers as you go. Ask questions.

  • 2.1 pg 107 #10

  • 2.2 pg 118 #9,10,11

  • 2.3 pg 132 #1,2,3,5,21

  • 2.4 pg 147 #2(d,e),3(d),6

  • 2.5 pg 159 #4,6,7

  • 2.6 pg 174 #4a,7,11,23

Reviewing for the AP Exam

It is time to start reviewing for the Exam. Due to the scheduling and the 2 hour blocks, we will have almost no days to review in class - we will be coving new material through the Friday prior to the exam.

How to prepare:

  1. AP Classroom Topic Videos

        • I've assigned Units 1-3. These are optional.

  2. AP Classroom Progress Checks

        • I've assigned Units 1-3 Free Response Questions. These are optional.





March 16 - Tuesday

Due Today

  • Read/Notes pg 143 (all)

  • 2.4 Review Pg 147-148 #1ab,2abc,3abc,4,5,8

Lecture: Chemical Equilibrium

Assignment #1 - Due Tomorrow

  • 2.5 The Equilibrium Constant

        • Pg 151 #1,2,3

        • Pg 156 #1,2,3

        • Pg 157 #1,2,3

Assignment #2 - Due Tomorrow

  • 2.6 Equilibrium Problems (ICE Tables)

        • Pg 165 #2,3

        • Pg 168 #1,3

        • Pg 170 #1,2

        • Pg 172 #1-4



March 15 - Monday

Welcome back from Spring Break!

Lab Notebooks Returned Today

Due Today: (Graded in Class)

        1. Ch2.2: Le Chatelier's Principle

        2. Ch2.3 Equilibria Responds to Vol and Temp

Review: Le Chatelier's Principle

Review: Equilibrium Graphs

AP Prep: Course at a Glance

AP Prep: Traffic Light Study Guide

Lecture: Chemical Equilibrium

Assignment - Due Tomorrow

        • Read/Notes pg 143 (all)

        • 2.4 Review Pg 147-148 #1ab,2abc,3abc,4,5,8



February 26 - Friday

Return Assignments

Lab Notebooks Due Today

        • Labs included in this checkup:

              • Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

              • Potions - Magic Appearing Ink

Lecture: Chemical Equilibrium

Assignment #1 - Due Monday

Ch2.2: Le Chatelier's Principle

              • Pg114-115 2.2 Activity (complete this with your lab partner)

              • Pg116-119 #1,2,5,6,8,12

Assignment #2 - Due Monday

Ch2.3 Equilibria Responds to Vol and Temp

              • Pg120 Warm Up #1,2,3,4

              • Pg121 QC #1,2,3

              • Pg122-123 Prac Probs #1,2,3

              • Pg125 Prac Probs #1,2

              • Pg126 Prac Probs #1,2

              • Pg129 Prac Probs #1,2

              • Pg130 QC #1,2




February 25 - Thursday

Return Assignments

Lab Notebooks are Due tomorrow

        • Labs included in this checkup:

              • Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading

              • Potions - Magic Appearing Ink

Assignment #1 - Due Today

        • 2.1 A Mathematical Model of Dynamic Equilibrium - Pg102-103 Activity

              • You may complete "Activity 2.1" in your book (if you own it) and write on your assignment that you are turning in that you've completed in your book. You will need the 2.1 Activity for another activity in 2.2.

              • Complete the "Activity 2.1" assignment with your lab partner

              • Online Dice Roller

Assignment #2 - Due Tomorrow

        1. Read/Notes Ch2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

        2. 2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

              • Pg 98 Warmup #1,2,3

              • Pg 99 #1,2,3

              • Pg 100 QC #1,2,3,4

              • Pg 101 QC #1-4

Lecture: Chemical Equilibrium



February 24 - Wednesday

Return Kinetics Quiz #2

        • If you want to retake, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form and schedule a time to retake before Wednesday evening.

Lab (30 minutes to finish): Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading


Assignments below are moved to tomorrow - they are not homework...

Assignment #1 - Due Today

        • 2.1 A Mathematical Model of Dynamic Equilibrium - Pg102-103 Activity

              • You may complete "Activity 2.1" in your book (if you own it) and write on your assignment that you are turning in that you've completed in your book. You will need the 2.1 Activity for another activity in 2.2.

              • Complete the "Activity 2.1" assignment with your lab partner

              • Online Dice Roller

Assignment #2 - Due Tomorrow

        1. Read/Notes Ch2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

        2. 2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

              • Pg 98 Warmup #1,2,3

              • Pg 99 #1,2,3

              • Pg 100 QC #1,2,3,4

              • Pg 101 QC #1-4

Lecture: Chemical Equilibrium



February 23 - Tuesday

Team Quiz - Kinetics

        • Work with your lab partners. Each person will turn in their own paper showing their work.

        • Log into EdvantageScience.com and find Book 2 - Chapter 1. Click the quiz.

Return Kinetics Quiz #2

        • If you want to retake, complete the pink Assessment Retake Form and schedule a time to retake before Wednesday evening.

Lab (continued): Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading


Assignments below have been moved to tomorrow - you do not need to do them as homework...

Assignment #1 - Due Tomorrow

        • 2.1 A Mathematical Model of Dynamic Equilibrium - Pg102-103 Activity

              • You may complete "Activity 2.1" in your book (if you own it) and write on your assignment that you are turning in that you've completed in your book. You will need the 2.1 Activity for another activity in 2.2.

              • Complete the "Activity 2.1" assignment with your lab partner

              • Online Dice Roller

Assignment #2 - Due Tomorrow

        1. Read/Notes Ch2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

        2. 2.1 Introduction to Dynamic Equilibrium

              • Pg 98 Warmup #1,2,3

              • Pg 99 #1,2,3

              • Pg 100 QC #1,2,3,4

              • Pg 101 QC #1-4



February 22 - Monday

Lab: Rate Laws - Kinetics of Crystal Violet Fading



February 12 - Friday

Due Today

        • 1.7 Reaction Mechanisms - Deducing Rate Law from a Mechanism

        • 1.5-1.7 Quiz Review Questions

Demo: Elephant Toothpaste

        • Include this in your "Demonstrations" Section in your lab notebook

The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide in the presence of iodide ion occurs in two steps:

H2O2 (aq) + I- (aq) = H2O (l) + OI- (aq)

H2O2 (aq) + OI- (aq) = H2O (l) + O2 (g) + I- (aq)

        1. Show how the steps combine to give the overall reaction

        2. Write the balanced chemical equation (with catalyst).

        3. This reaction has ΔHrxn=−200 kJ. Write the thermochemical equation and the ΔH notation equation.

        4. Draw the PE diagram for the uncatalyzed reaction. Draw another line showing the catalyzed reaction.

        5. Include the ΔH in your PE diagram.

        6. Include the Ea for the catalyzed and uncatalyzed reaction curves (no values needed, just an arrow showing where they can be found on the PE diagram)

        7. Draw a (simple) reaction rate graph for this reaction. Show the reaction curve for the uncatalyzed reaction. Draw a line showing the Ea. Show the reaction curve for the catalyzed reaction. Draw a line showing Ea(catalyzed).

Quiz #2: Reaction Kinetics

        • Quiz #2 includes 1.5-1.7

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



February 11 - Thursday

Due Today

        • 1.6 Half Lives

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

        • Lecture Slides Reaction Kinetics

            • 1.7 Reaction Mechanisms - Deducing Rate Law from a Mechanism

Read/Notes: 1.7 Heterogeneous and Homogenous Catalysts

        • Read pg 84-85 "Heterogeneous Catalysts" and "Homogeneous Catalysts"

Assignment #1:

            • 1.7 Pg 83 #1; Pg 87 #1; Pg 88 #2

Assignment #2:

      • Review for Kinetics Quiz #2 - Due Tomorrow

            • 1.5 Pg 60 #2,3,4,8,10

            • 1.6 Pg 70 #1,2; Pg 77 #9

            • 1.7 Pg 94 #11 (optional Pg 91 #5)

Assignment #3:

      • (Not a real assignment, just prep for the quiz)

            • Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide for 1.5-1.7. Study the sections you don't feel are 'green'.

            • This will not be turned in, you will keep it with your other TLSG so you have them to prep for the Final Exam.

Coming up...

Friday: Quiz #2; Pre-Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet [Need a review of Beers Law?].

-Monday (when we come back together): Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet



February 10 - Wednesday

Due Today

        • 1.5 Half Lives

Quiz Review

        • Hand back quizzes. Review your quiz. Ask questions.

        • Redo? Complete the pink Assessment Retake Form and schedule a time after school to take the quiz.

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

Assignment #2: Potential Energy Diagrams

        • Due Tomorrow

            • 1.6 Pg 74 #1-9

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

Coming up...

Thursday: 1.7 Lecture and Practice Problems; Quiz #2 Review Problems

Friday: Quiz #2; Pre-Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet [Need a review of Beers Law?].

-Monday (when we come back together): Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet


February 9 - Tuesday

Due Today

        • 1.1-1.4 Quiz Review

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

Quiz: Reaction Kinetics #1

        • Quiz #1 includes 1.1-1.4

Assignment #1: Half Lives

        • Due Tomorrow

            • Pg 56 #1

            • Pg 58 #1

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

Assignment #2: Potential Energy Diagrams

        • I will post this if we make it this far...



February 8 - Monday

AP Test Date Changes?

Due Today

        • 1.5 Integrated Rate Laws

            • Complete pg 53 #2 on board.

Chapter 1 Kinetics TLSG

        • Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide for 1.1-1.5

Quick Review

Assignment: Quiz 1.1-1.4 Review

        • Due Tomorrow

            • 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)

Quiz: Reaction Kinetics #1 (Tomorrow)

        • Tomorrow - prepare/study

        • Quiz #1 includes 1.1-1.4

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

Coming up...

Tuesday: Quiz #1; Lecture 1.5 (Half Lives); Lecture 1.6; Practice Problems

Wednesday: Quiz: Hand-back; Lecture 1.7; Practice Problems; Quiz #2 Review

Thursday: Quiz #2; Pre-Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet [Need a review of Beers Law?].

Friday: Quiz hand-back; Lab: Kinetics of Crystal Violet



January 29 - Friday

Due Today

        • 1.3 Collision Theory

Assignment #1: Determining Rate Laws

Due Today

        • 1.4 Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

            • Pg 40 #1,2,3

            • Pg 42 #2

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

        • Lecture Slides Reaction Kinetics

            • 1.5 Integrated Rate Laws (Half-life was not included today)

Assignment #2: Integrated Rate Laws

Due Monday

        • 1.5 Integrated Rate Laws

            • Pg 48 #1,2

            • Pg 49 #2

            • Pg 53-54 Practice Problem 1.5.3 (all)


January 28 - Thursday

Due Today

        • 1.1 Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions

        • 1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reaction

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

        • Lecture Slides Reaction Kinetics

            • 1.3 Collision Theory

            • 1.4 Determining Rate Laws from Experimental Data

Assignment #1: Collision Theory

Due tomorrow

        • 1.3 Collision Theory

            • Pg 29-31 Practice Problem 1.3.1 - Collision Theory

            • Pg 31-32 1.3 Activity: Tracking a Collision



January 27 - Wednesday

Books

        • Check-in and check-out

Lecture: Reaction Kinetics

        • Lecture Slides Reaction Kinetics

            • 1.1 Measuring the Rate of Chemical Reactions

            • 1.2 Factors Affecting Rates of Reaction

Assignment #1

Due Tomorrow

      • 1.1 Reaction Rates

          • p11 Review Questions #2,4,5

Assignment #2

Due Tomorrow

      • 1.2 Factors Affecting Reaction Rates

          • p15 Warmup

              • This question is modeled after a 2012 AP Chemistry FRQ.

              • (You may complete this in your book if you purchased it. I will check them tomorrow)

          • p20-21 1.2 Activity: Graphic Depiction of Factors Affecting Reaction Rates

              • (You may complete this in your book if you purchased it. I will check them tomorrow)

          • p22 #1,2,7

              • (Must be completed on a piece of paper to turn in.)



January 26 - Tuesday

Lab: Reaction Rates

Lecture: Reaction Rates



January 25 - Monday

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 books that were not purchased

        • Check out AP Chemistry 2 books ($27 to purchase)

2nd Semester Overview

AP Chemistry test day - May 7, 2021 @ 8:00am - NO SCHOOL ON THIS DAY!?!

          • 7 weeks of AP Chemistry class until the Exam!

          • 33 class periods until the Exam!

AP Chemistry Course at a Glance

          • Unit 5: Kinetics and Reaction Rates

          • 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. I will assign you a locker and key.

To be completed today:

Semester 1 - Final Post-Review

        • Feedback?

        • Examine each final exam

              • Find the questions you missed (or guessed on and got correct).

              • Write down the Unit number and question number for any problems that you don't understand or need help with.

              • Provide feedback on each unit (What did we cover well? What do we need to review? What does Mr. Beals need to fix/change/improve on for next year?)

Pre-Lab: Reaction Rates

Lecture: Reaction Rates

(**We will start if time allows, otherwise we will start tomorrow)




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Fall Semester Archive - 2020/21

January 11 - 15: Monday-Friday

Thank you for a great semester! See you next semester!

Lab Notebooks

        • Due Tuesday

Finals Week



December 18 - Friday

Gas Laws Free Response Questions (FRQ) Practice

        • Check your answers compared to the Scoring Guide and see how you did!

Let's Celebrate!

        • Snack time!

        • Be sure to wash your hands and spread out while we are eating.

Lab: ChemisTree Ornaments


December 17 - Thursday

Lab: Rocket Lab

        • Lab: Micro Mole Rockets

        • You didn't get to do this lab last year because of The COVID. So...we are doing it tomorrow!

Gas Laws Free Response Questions (FRQ) Practice

        • Check your answers compared to the Scoring Guide and see how you did!

Tomorrow

        • Don't forget to bring your treats tomorrow!

        • Lab: Ornaments!



December 16 - Wednesday

Assignments

        • Finish the Chapter 8 Assignments from yesterday.

Pre-Lab: Rocket Lab

        • Lab: Micro Mole Rockets

        • You didn't get to do this lab last year because of The COVID. So...we are doing it tomorrow!

Gas Laws Free Response Questions (FRQ) Practice

        • Go to AP Classroom and Complete the FRQ Practice Questions

        • You may work with your lab partner but everybody will answer in their own AP Classroom account.




December 15 - Tuesday

Lecture: Gas Laws

Assignments

Due Tomorrow

        1. 8.1 The Gaseous State

            • Read/Notes p448-453

            • Pg 451 #1,2

            • Pg 453 #1,2

        2. 8.2 Gas Laws

            • Pg 459 #2

            • Pg 462 #1,2

            • Pg 465 #1,2

        3. 8.3 Vapor and Partial Pressures

            • Pg 481 #1,2

            • Pg 483 #1,2

        4. 8.4 Kinetic Molecular Theory and Real Gas Behavior

            • Read/Notes only the following sections:

                • Kinetic Molecular Theory p490

                • Molecular Size p491

                • Continuous Motion of Gas Particles p491

                • Kinetic Energy of Gas Particles p491

                • Elasticity of Gas Particles p492

                • Effects of Volume and Intermolecular Forces on Real Gases p498

            • Pg 492 Quick Check a,b,c,d



December 14 - Monday

Post Lab: Gas Laws - CheMystery

Lecture: Gas Laws

Post Labs and Conclusions

        • Lab Notebooks will be due Wednesday, January 6



December 4 - Friday

Intermolecular Forces

Based on the last test, I've added some info on IMF's to make sure we all understand them well.

Introduction to Gases and Gas Laws

Lab: Gas Laws - CheMystery

Coming up...

Monday: Teeth Experiment, Gas Laws...




December 3 - Thursday

Due Today

          1. 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

          2. 7.2 Like Dissolves Like

          3. 7.3 Dissociation Equations and Solution Chemistry

          4. 7.4 Introduction to Titration

Team Activity: Titration

        • 7.4 Activity: Titrating CH3COOH with NaOH pg 443

          • Complete this with your lab partner(s)

Team Quiz: Solution Chemistry

        • Visit the Edvantage website. Click on Ch 7: Solutions - Quiz.

        • Complete the quiz with your lab partner(s)

        • You may use your 3 colored AP Sheets, a calculator, and scratch paper.

Introduction to Gases and Gas Laws

Coming up...

Friday: Gas Laws Simulation Continued, Lab: Chemystery - How to use gas laws?




December 2 - Wednesday

Lab: Hot Ice!

Assignments - Due Tomorrow

Assignment #1

        • 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

          • p414 #1,3

          • p415 #2,3,4

          • p416 #2,4,6,8,10

          • p417 #1,2,3,4

Assignment #2

        • 7.2 Like Dissolves Like

          • You may want to complete these as you read p420-426

          • p421 Quick Check #1,2,3,4

          • p423 Quick Check #1,2,3,4

          • p424 Quick Check #1,2,4

Assignment #3

        • 7.3 Dissociation Equations and Solution Chemistry

          • Read/Notes pg 434-435 Electrical Conductivity of Solutions

          • p431 #2,4

          • p432 Quick Check (for Calculating Concentration) #2,4

          • p433 #1,3

          • p435 #1,2,3

Assignment #4

        • 7.4 Introduction to Titration

          • Read/Notes pg 439-442

          • p440 #1,2

          • p442 #1,3

Coming up...

Tomorrow: 7.4 Activity pg 443 Titration, Quiz: Chapter 7, Gas Laws Intro Activity



December 1 - Tuesday

Chapter 7: Traffic Light Study Guide

        • 60 seconds to fill it out. Save it. Use it for review

Lecture: Dissociation Equations and Solution Chemistry

Lab: Hot Ice!



November 30 - Monday

Lecture: Solution Chemistry

        • 7.1 The Nature of Solutions

Read/Notes:

        • Pg 414-415 Determining Whether or Not a Solute will Dissolve in Water

        • Pg 416 Saturated and Unsaturated Solutions

        • Pg 420-426 Like Dissolves Like

PreLab: Hot Ice!



November 25-30

Thanksgiving Break!


November 24 - Tuesday

Unit Test: Periodic Law

Two tests.

          1. 6.1-6.4

          2. 6.5-6.6

        • You may use your AP Orange, Green and Blue sheets

        • You may write on the tests.

Lab: Exploring Gallium



November 23 - Monday

Intermolecular Forces - Quick Review

Using a white board, complete the following:

            • Draw a Dipole-Dipole Force. Explain it.

            • Draw a Hydrogen Bond. Explain it.

            • Draw a London Dispersion Force (LDF). Explain it.

            • Draw an Ion-Dipole Force. Explain it.

Due: Assignments 6.4, 6.5, 6.6

          • Turn in on the front table.

Unit Test: Tomorrow

          • Test is in two parts

          • You will get a quick peek of each as I will show you the questions on the front board.

            • 6.1-6.4 (quick peek)

            • 6.5-6.6 (quick peek)

          • Note: You will need to memorize VSEPR! (see below for help)

Lab: Exploring Gallium

Assignment: Test Review

          • Find your Chapter 6: Traffic Light Study Guide

            • You filled this out at the beginning of the unit. As you start to study and prepare for the test, use this as your guide for prepping for the test.

**Memorize VSEPR - Memorize the shapes and names




November 13 - Friday

Lecture: 6.6 Symmetry and Polarity

VSEPR AXE Polarity: Determining Symmetry and Polarity slides

Intermolecular Forces

            • Watch video and take notes: Intermolecular Forces - Professor Dave Explains

              • Be sure you have good notes on the following:

                • Ion-Ion

                • Ion-Dipole

                • Dipole-Dipole

                • Hydrogen Bonds

                  • Include the following in your notes: Hydrogen bonds form between: H-N, H-O, H-F

                • Van der Waals (London Dispersion Bonds)

            • Read/Notes: Pg 379-386

Read/Notes: 6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

This is review from last year - take notes where needed

            • Read/Refresh: Pg 345-353

Read/Notes: 6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

Read/Notes pg 357-367

Video Lectures from Honors Chemistry

Read/Notes: 6.6 Formal Charges

Read/Notes "Formal Charge" pg 392-393

Assignments

All assignments and reading/notes are due Monday, November 23.

6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

            • Pg 348 Practice Problems #2

            • Pg 352 #3

            • Pg 356 #9

6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

            • Pg 359 Practice Problems #1,2

            • Pg 362 Quick Check #2

            • Pg 363 #1,2,3

            • Pg 366 #1,2

            • Pg 371 #8

6.6 Polarity and Intermolecular Forces

            • Pg 378 #1

            • Pg 382 #1,2

            • Pg 394 #1

Post - Lab: Percent Copper in Brass (Continued)




November 12 - Thursday

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass (Continued)


November 11 - Wednesday

Lab: Percent Copper in Brass



November 10 - Tuesday

Assignments Due from Yesterday

        • 6.1, 6.2, 6.3

Lab: Magic Pennies

Pre-Lab: Percent Copper in Brass

Coming up:

Wednesday

Read/Notes: 6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

        • This is review from last year - take notes where needed

Read/Notes: 6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

Assignments

6.4 Describing Chemical Bonding

        • Pg 348 Practice Problems #2

        • Pg 352 #3

        • Pg 356 #9

6.5 Lewis Structure Diagrams

        • Pg 359 #1,2

        • Pg 362 Quick Check #2

        • Pg 363 #1,2,3

        • Pg 366 #1,2

        • Pg 371 #8


November 9 - Monday

Lecture: 6.3 Spectroscopy

Read/Notes: 6.1 The Development of the Periodic Table

        • This is review from last year so read carefully and ask questions where needed

        • Complete the Quick Checks as you read to check for understanding

Read/Notes: 6.2 Periodic Trends

Assignments - Due tomorrow

6.1 Development of the Periodic Table

        • Pg 316 #9,10

6.2 Periodic Trends

        • Pg 326 #9

        • Pg 327 #10,14

6.3 Spectroscopy

        • pg 340 #1,2

        • Pg 341 #1,3

        • Pg 342 #3

        • Pg 343 #5





October 30 - Friday

Happy Halloween-eve

Due - Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Group Quiz: Chapter 5 - Matter

        • Go to the online book. Find Chapter 5. Click on the quiz (Looks like a piece of paper with a check mark).

Assignment: Chapter 6 - Periodic Table Traffic Light Study Guide

        • Pick up the Traffic Light Study Guide (TLSG) on the front table.

        • Fill it out as a "Pre-Test of your understanding" (you will fill it out again after we finish the unit)

        • Due Monday, November 9


October 29 - Thursday

Due: Lab Notebooks

      • Will be graded and returned the week we resume with AP Chem.

Due: 4.7 Stoichiometry Introduction

      • Questions?

      • This was reading/notes only (no assignment to turn in).

Due: 4.8 Stoichiometry - Limiting/Excess, Percent Yield, Impurities

      • Grade in class

Quiz: Stoichiometry

      • Go to AP Classroom (link at bottom of this page)

      • Click on Quiz: Stoichiometry Review

      • You may use your 3 colored AP Sheets

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!

Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Due Friday, October 30th.




October 28 - Wednesday

STEM Society Meeting TODAY!

      • 2:09pm in room 223 (this room)

      • Halloween themed science projects. Bring a friend! All are welcome!

Post-Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

          • Calorimetry Lab

          • Post Lab Questions:

              1. Calculate the Percent Error for each snack food (see "actual" Calories sheet)

              2. Explain / validate your percent error

          • No Conclusion needed for this lab! Yay!

Lab Notebooks

Due Tomorrow

4.7 Stoichiometry Introduction

Due Tomorrow. Mostly review from Chemistry 1. Read/Notes as needed (Bold indicates new concepts)

          • Pg 233-236: Review of Mole to Mole and Mass to Mole Stoichiometry

          • Pg 237-239: Gases - Converting Volume to Volume

          • Pg 239-242: Solutions - Using Molarity in Volume Conversions

4.8 Stoichiometry - Limiting/Excess, Percent Yield, Impurities

Due Tomorrow. Mostly review from Chemistry 1. Read/Notes as needed (Bold indicates new concepts)

          • Pg 246-249: Limiting and Excess Stoichiometry

          • Pg 249-250: Percent Purity - Impure Reactants

          • Pg 251-252: Percent Yield

Assignments

Due Tomorrow - Stoichiometry:

          • Pg 248 #1,2

          • Pg 251 #1

          • Pg 252 #1,2

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!

Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

Due Friday, October 30th.




October 27 - Tuesday

Assignment: Edvantage Ch4 Group Quiz

        • Work with your partner. Your score on this quiz will be entered in the grade book (as 10 points, not as a 50 point quiz).

        • Visit the Edvantage Online Textbook. Click on Chapter 4. Click on the quiz (paper with a check mark) "Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change.

Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

Chapter 5: Matter

            • We will not be covering "Chapter 5: Matter" in class because we covered it in detail last year. However, you DO NEED TO KNOW THE MATERIAL in this chapter!

        1. Assignment: Chapter 5 Matter Traffic Light Study Guide

            • This will be collected. Due Friday, October 30th.

            • Pre-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study Guide by filling in the circle to show your understanding of each topic.

            • Read Chapter 5: Matter pg 259-301

            • Post-read evaluation: Complete the Traffic Light Study by filling in the circle (with a different color) to show your understanding of each topic after reading.

Homework Assignment (from yesterday): "Chapter 4 Thermodynamics" Traffic Light - Review

        • This will not be collected. It is for you to organize your understanding of these difficult topics.

        • Remember, I can get you to a 3 on the AP Test (basically a "C" in this class) but you will have to work outside of class time to earn a 4 or 5!

        • Fill out the "Traffic Light" on the front table and find out where you need to review. Visit those sections in your book and do the practice problems.


October 26 - Monday

AP Test Signups

        • See information above. Must sign up by November 5th!

ESCAPE: Thermodynamics

Can you figure out how to Escape using AP Thermodynamics? If you Escape, you will earn extra credit!

Quizzes

        • Return quizzes

        • Review your quizzes, fill out a pink sheet if you are going to redo. Schedule a time to retake. Must be done by 4pm Wednesday.

Assignment: Edvantage Ch4 Group Quiz

        • Work with your partner. Your score on this quiz will be entered in the grade book (as 10 points, not as a 50 point quiz).

        • Visit the Edvantage Online Textbook. Click on Chapter 4. Click on the quiz (paper with a check mark) "Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change.

Homework Assignment: Chapter 4 Traffic Light - Review

        • Remember, I can get you to a 3 on the AP Test (basically a "C" in this class) but you will have to work outside of class time to earn a 4 or 5!

        • Fill out the "Traffic Light" on the front table and find out where you need to review. Visit those sections in your book and do the practice problems.


Wednesday



October 14 - Wednesday

Quizzes

        • 4.1-4.3: Chemical Reactions, Balancing Chemical Equations

        • 4.4-4.6: Enthalpy, Energy


October 13 - Tuesday

Due:

      • 4.6 Calorimetry Practice Problems

Lab: Calorimetry of Snack Foods

Assignment:

      1. Chapter 4.1-4.3 practice problems / quiz prep

        • All of the 4.1-4.3 problems can go on one sheet of paper.

          • 4.1 Balancing Chemical Equations pg164 #4(o),#5(g)

          • 4.2 Classifying Reactions pg177 #4 (choose 3 different problems as practice)

          • 4.3 Redox pg188 #7(c,d,h)

            • Be sure to include the following for #7c,d,h:

              • Balanced equation

              • Include state indicators

              • Classify each reaction into one of the six reaction types

              • If necessary, identify which species is oxidized and which species is reduced.

              • If necessary, identify the reducing agent and the oxidizing agent.

      2. Chapter 4.4-4.6 practice problems / quiz prep

        • All of the 4.4-4.6 problems can go on one sheet of paper.

          • 4.4 Endo and Exothermic pg196 #4acd,5,6

          • 4.5 Enthalpy pg211 #1,3,4,6,8,10,13,15abc,16a

          • 4.6 Calorimetry pg229 #2,4,5,8,13,14a


Coming up...

Wednesday - Quiz: Ch 4.1-4.3 and Quiz: Ch 4.4-4.6; Stoichiometry Practice Problems homework

Thursday/Friday - No School


October 12 - Monday

AP Test Sign Up

What were we learning?

Complete each of the following as a review:

4.1 Writing Balanced Chemical Equations

4.2 Classifying Chemical Reactions

4.3 Redox

4.4 Energy Changes

4.5 Enthalpy

4.6 Calorimetry

Lab: Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide - Redox Reactions Lab

Assignment:

4.6 Calorimetry

          • Due tomorrow

            • p220 #2,3

            • p222 #2

            • p224 #1,2

            • p227 #1,2,3ab

          • If you are looking for an overview of calorimetry, watch this CrashCourse video.

Coming up..

Tuesday - Calorimetry Lab: no Pre-lab needed; Chapter 4 practice problems / quiz prep

Wednesday - Quiz: Ch 4.1-4.3 and Quiz: Ch 4.4-4.6; Stoichiometry Practice Problems homework

Thursday/Friday - No School


October 2 - Friday

Due today:

4.5 Enthalpy #2

          • Turn in on the front table.



October 1 - Thursday

Due today:

4.6 Calorimetry

          • Turn in on the front table.

Read/Notes

Chapter 4.6 Calorimetry pg 216-228

          • Read carefully and take notes

          • Complete the assignment problems while you are reading.

Assignment:

4.6 Calorimetry

        • Due Tomorrow

          1. p216 Warm up

          2. p217 Quick Check

          3. pg 220 #2,3

          4. p222 #2

          5. p224 #1,2

          6. p227 #1,2


September 30 - Wednesday

Due today:

      • 4.4 Energy Changes

      • 4.5 Enthalpy #1

Lecture:

Assignments:

      1. 4.5 Enthalpy #2

          • Due tomorrow (if we get this far in lecture...)

          • pg 203-204 #1,2,3 - Law of Hess

          • pg 207 #1,2 - Heats of Formation

          • pg 210 #2 - Enthalpy Changes from Average Bond Energy Values

      2. Pre-Lab: Analysis of Hydrogen Peroxide - Redox Reactions Lab

          • Due Friday

          • Introduction to Titration: Watch the video and include information/notes in your Background Section