The Following review & homework assignments have been assigned.
May Homework – 2019
May 13-17, 2019
Complete your Student Notes: IV. 19-20 Buffers – Review the Following Unit 4 Notes Section 19/20 (Link Below)
TEST: Unit 4 Acids and Bases Tuesday May 28, 2019
May 10, 2019
Electrochemistry – start learning and reviewing electrochemistry
May 8, 2019
Week of May 6-10, 2019
UNIT 4 Test: Tuesday, May 28, 2019
- Sign up for the “Teaching Assignment” for Unit 5 – The Sign-up sheet is available in class
- Select a plant or an animal for the Acidosis presentation/Select a focus for your presentation (science/technology/societal impact)
Week of April 29 – May 3, 2019
Complete Homework Set #30 in Hebden (Titrations for SA and SB)
Select a target animal or plant for the acid deposition project
Sign up for a topic for the UNIT 5 Electrochemical Teaching Project Assignment
TEST: 1/2 Way through the Unit – Sections 1-20 (Focus on Hydrolysis)
Week of April 23-26, 2019
Test UNIT 4 – “The First Half Test”- theory of Acid-Base Chemistry
Test Date: Thursday, May 2, 2019
Study Tip #1: Complete the Hydrolysis Worksheet
Prepare a lab storyboard for Lab 13D Hydrolysis
Open Note Lab Quiz Thursday, April 25, 2019
Week of April 1-5, 2019
Unit 4 Acids and Bases – Part 3
Review the following definitions:
weak versus strong acids
dilute versus concentrated solutions
Review Hebden Homework Set #27 – It is very important to master these calculations
Before we begin, it is important that you remember what pH, pOH, [H+] and [OH-] mean.
pH: Potential of Hydrogen
pOH: Potential of Hydroxide
[H+]: Hydrogen Ions
[OH-]: Hydroxide Ions
If a solution has a pH of 4, what is the [H+]?
Since we know the pH, we can use the formula [H+] = 2nd log (pH)
Plug in the known information: [H+] = 2nd log (-4)
Solve the equation on a graphing calculator: [H+] = .0001 or 1 E-4
If a solution has a pOH of 9, what is the [H+]?
Since we know the pOH, we can use the formula pH + pOH = 14
Plug in the known information: pH + 9 = 14
Solve the equation: pH = 5
We can then use another equation to help solve for [H+]: [H+] = 2nd log (-pH)
Plug in the known information: [H+] = 2nd log (-5)
Solve the equation on a graphing calculator: [H+] = .00001 or 1 E-5
If a solution has [OH-] = 3 E-3, what is the pH?
Since we know the [OH-], we can use the formula pOH = -log [OH-]
Plug in the known information: pOH = -log [3 E-3]
Solve the equation on a graphing calculator: pOH = 2.5
We can then use another equation to help solve for pH: pH + pOH = 14
Plug in the known information: 2.5 + pH = 14
Solve the equation: pH = 11.5
Review as necessary
What is a Conjugate?
Conjugate Base: Created when an acid gains an OH- ionIn an acid-base reaction, the following equation is used:
Acid + Base = Conjugate Acid + Conjugate Base
March 6, 2019
Unit 4 Quiz #1 – Review Homework Sets #22, 23 and 24
(Be able to calculate the concentration of strong acids and bases)
March 14, 2019
Unit 4 Quiz #2 – Be able to calculate ka and Kb (acid and base ionization constants)
February 21, 2019
Complete the following 2 “Tickets out the Door” Exit Slips to confirm understanding of the topics being taught
February 19, 2019
Lab #2 Unit 4 See Page 191 in SMG Lab Text Bronsted Lowry Acids and Indicators
Week of January 28, 2019 – Feb. 1, 2019
Complete the following simulation exercise to better understand:
- The difference between a weak and a strong acid
- The difference between a dilute and a concentrated acid
Week of January 14-18, 2019
Complete Part III (Lab 12D) – determination of the chloride concentration in a sample of water
Complete a “Lab Storyboard” to highlight:
- how to collect precise and accurate data
- How to complete the necesaary caluclation for the Chloride Ion Concentration
Recall that AgCl (s) is less soluble than AgCrO4
Week of January 7-11, 2019
Learn how to quantitatively analyse a sample using the titration technique
Lab 12D – Page 181 (Part 3 Only)
Test/Quiz: Friday January 18, 2019 – Section 1-7 on Solubility
Dec. 21, 2018
Learn how to do quantitative analysis – with titrations
Term 2 Starts on Friday November 30, 2018
Dec. 17, 2018
Unit 3 Quiz #1 (Solubility) – HW Sets #14, #15, & #16; Total = x/15
December 10-14, 2018
“Frayer Model Vocabulary Development” – Total = X/12
Lab 10D – Precipitate Formation: Total = X/8
Lab 10E – Separation Analytics: Lab Report Total = X/10; Lab Conclusion = Total = X/15
December 3-6, 2018
Continue to work on the “Unit 3Quiz#1″ Vocabulary Quiz”
Make Picture notes of the following terms:
- Saturated solution
- Molar Solubility
- Ionic and Molecular Solutions
Note that the molar concentration (indicated by square brackets) of the solid compound is not included in the final solubility product expression. This is because the solid molar concentration is constant and therefore is assigned a value of “1”. The expression obtained for molar solubility shows a simple exponential relationship between the solubility product constant and molar solubility!
Term I ends on Nov. 27, 2018
Week 12/13: November 26-30, 2018
Unit 2 Test (Written) – Nov. 27, 2018
Nov. 27, 2018 – Learn about Vocabulary/Word Walls using FRAYER Templates
Complete Ticket to Leave #1 – Unit 3 – using your “Mole Map” to change units from grams to mole and moles to gram
Week 10: November 13-16, 2018
Review Chemistry 11: Mass to Moles and Moles to Mass
Review the Dilution Formula (M1V1=M2V2)
Remember to dilute (adjust ion concentration before dissociating)
Unit 2 Quiz #2 (Multiple Choice) Friday, Nov. 16, 2018
Practice Homework Assignment Written Questions on Keq
Week 9: November 5-9, 2018
Review how Dissolving Works – Unit 3 Solubility
Week 8: October 22-26, 2018
Unit #2 Quiz #1 Getting to Equilibrium –
Quiz on Friday , October 26, 2018
The quiz has been postponed until Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Prepare for the quiz by completing the assigned homework from The Chemistry 12 Homework sets: Homework Sets #7, #8 and #8
Complete the worksheet given in class on Equilibrium Worksheet 2.1
Hebdon Book orders have been placed, books will arrive by the end of this week.
Week 6: October 9-12, 2018 – Monday, October 8, 2018, Thanksgiving Day (School is not in Session). Thursday, October 11, 2018, Test UNIT 1
Week 5: October 1-5, 2018
Thursday, October 4, 2018: Unit 1 Kinetics Quiz #1 – Be able to list the 6 ways to monitor reaction rates; be able to write the 6 rate equations for each method; be able to select a species to monitor for a change in the sample equations.
Week 4: September 24-28, 2018
Hebden Homework Set 3
Week 3: September 17-20, 2018
- Lab: “Factors affecting reaction rates”
- Please complete Hebden Set #2 “Factors that affect Reaction Rates”
- Please continue to review for the “Review Test of Junior Chemistry Concepts”
- Key: Junior Chemistry Review Material
Week 1: September 4-7, 2018
Friday Sept. 8, 2018
Mark Hand-in #15
Week 2: September 10-14, 2018
Week 3: 17-21, 2018
February Homework – 2018
, February 6, 2018 Complete the Keq homework problem sets from Hebden Learn more about how to prepare for the Unit 3 Solubility teaching activity
January Homework – 2018
Unit 2 – Equilibrium
The lab is due on Friday, February 2, 2018, x/10(Submit the print-out of your results=x/5); Total=x/15
October Homework – 2017
October 16, 2017
Test Unit 1: Monday, October 16, 2017.
Study by completing the following Homework Sets 1-6
Homework sets are listed in our Unit 1 Note Package
October 12, 2017
Please prepare for the Unit 1 Reaction Kinetics test by completing and marking the following study sheets.
Iodine Clock Reaction – Lab Manual Part 1 only:
Lab 11B Iodine Clock Reaction Conclusion
Please review the CER (Claim Evidence Reasoning) framework for writing your lab report conclusion:
Claim: When the concentration of the reactants increased the rate of the reaction increased.
Evidence: The reciprocal of the reaction time (s-1) was used as a measure of the speed (rate) of the reaction.
The slope of the graph for the class date, which is the trend line of the graph of the concentration (Molarity) versus rate with reciprocal time in seconds (1/s) has a positive slope.
The rate of the reaction increased as the concentration increased. This means that the rate of the reaction increased when the concentration of the reacting solutions increased.
***To more effectively show that that rate increases with increasing concentration (Molarity) a graph of concentration versus reciprocal seconds was plotted and a best fit line was drawn. The rate/speed of the reaction was observed to increase with increased concentration.
The rate/speed of a reaction is proportional to the concentration of a particular reactant. This is due to the fact that chance collisions forming products are proportional to the concentration.
Collision theory predicts that when more particles (reactants) are involved in successful collisions the rate of the reaction will increase. The units of moles/litres/1/s shows that when solution concentration increases the reaction rate increases.
Sources of Error: At decreased concentration it was difficult to observe the exact time that the pigment had changed. Therefore, at lower concentrations the time reported for the reaction to go to completion was greater that it should have been. More than one timing device was used for the different lab groups. Because of this difference the time was not recorded in exactly the same manner. Different lab groups used larger test tubes. The optical quality of the larger test tubes might differ and therefore the reported time might differ.
September Homework – 2017
September 11-15, 2017
September 5-8, 2017
Do you have the following school supplies?
pencil and eraser
If no – time to go shopping.
June Homework – 2017
Wednesday June 7, 2017
Battery Presentation due X/16
To get full marks make sure to explain what the 1) anode is, for example what is it made of; 2) what the cathode is and what it is make of; 3) the electrolyte (how it works); and 4) the electron flow to make electricity.
Monday June 5, 2017
Please use the iPad app “Explain Everything” to explain how batteries work.
The sign-up sheet is available in class – sign-up begin on Friday May 25, 2017.
Thursday June 1, 2017
Please complete Lab 14D – Electrochemical Cells
Practice using the iPad app “Explain Everything”
May Homework – 2017
May 25, 2017
Please prepare to complete Lab 14D on Page 250 of the Chemistry 12 Lab book (Lab day: Thursday June 1, 2017)
Please learn how to use the app “Explain Everything”
Please use this app to explain some aspect of batteries (type of batteries, issues associated with battery charging, or new battery technologies)
May 18, 2017
May 16 and May 18, 2017
Review of Unit #4: Acid and base chemistry.
May 10 and May 12, 2017
Please complete the Unit #3 Solubility Quizzes and Checkpoints as part of the study and review school work for the Final Exam. Extra Copies are available in class in the Chemistry 12 Extra Copies Binder.
Monday May 8, 2017
Review #1: Please pick-up the two review hand-outs on Equilibrium and Solubility/complete the practice questions.
Learn more about the abstract nature of learning math and science – remember study early and study often
May 2, 2017
Complete and check off the homework sets for Unit 5 (Electron Transfer reactions). Homework sets #36, 37, 38, 39 and 40. Total = x/5
Hand-in Example #13 on a separate sheet of paper. Total= x/1
April Homework – 2017
April 21, 2017
Hebden Homework Set #37
Lear more about how to assign oxidation numbers:
April 11, 2017
Final Exam Date is Wednesday May 24, 2017 (Date for final exam is announced today on Tuesday April 11, 2017).
Unit 5 Electron Transfer reactions. Learn your Redox Vocabulary.
March Homework – 2017
Homework Hebden Sets #28-32
February Homework – 2017
February 27, 2017
Prepare for your 1/2 way Unit Test Acids/Bases. Problem Sets 28-32.
February 15, 2017
January Homework – 2017
Monday January 30, 2017
January 27, 2017
Hebdon Homework Sets #25
- Unit 4 Quiz #1 is on Tuesday January 31, 2017 (Part 1 of our notes).
- The successful student will be able to label acids and bases as well as their conjugates.
- The successful student will be able to identify the strong acids and calculate their pH
January 19, 2017
How are strong acids different from weak acids?
January 17, 2017
Be able to identify the conjugate acid and base pairs using the Bronsted-Lowry Definition of Acids and Bases: Homework sets #22, #23 and #24 are Due.
January 10, 2017
Unit 4 – Acids and Bases
Complete Work sheet 4.1
January 3, 2017
Welcome back and Happy New Year!
Lab 12D Part III – Chloride Ion Concentration – Open lab Quiz on Thursday January 5, 2017. Please be able to explain the process of titration using Lab 12D Part III as a specific case study. Be able to explain the role of the indicator.
December Homework – 2016
December 12, 2016
- Lab 12D Part III only the Chloride Ion Concentration in a sample of water. Please complete the lab using your formal lab report procedures
- KEY – Solubility Questions ESP
December 2. 2016
Lab 10E – note that this lab was submitted via Google Forms. If you were not able to submit your lab online please hand-in a paper copy of the lab using the traditional lab format.
November Homework – 2016
November 29, 2016
Unit 2 Quiz #2 – Test (written questions and one definition)
Please prepare for the test by completing the test bank questions. The test back questions have been issued in class. They are also posted online under the Final Exam Page.
Block 6 will write the Unit 2 Test on Thursday December 2, 2016.
The Grade 12 Grad Photo Shoot is scheduled to take place during Block 6 on Tuesday November 29, 2016.
I hope this will not cause any inconvience. The date of the Grad Photo Shoot had to be changed to better accommodate planning for the Graduation Ceremonies.
November 14, 2016
Unit 2 Quiz #2 – Haber Process and Keq calculations (Types 1-4).
Study Package and note pages 10-16.
Nov. 7, 2017
Equilibrium Mini Lab (X/5)
Please complete the following lab – Lab is due on Monday Nov. 14, 2016.
September 26, 2016
Lab 11B Iodine Clock Reaction Conclusion
Please review the CER (Claim Evidence Reasoning) framework for writing your lab report conclusion:
Claim: When the concentration of the reactants increased the rate of the reaction increased.
Evidence: The reciprocal of the reaction time was used as a measure of the speed of the reaction. The slope, which is the trend line of the graph of the concentration (Molarity) versus reciprocal time in seconds (1/s) has a positive slope. The rate of the reaction increased as the concentration increased.
Reasoning: The trend line of the graph of the concentration (Molarity) versus time (s) is decreasing and non-linear. In order to show that that rate increases with increasing concentration (Molarity) a graph of concentration versus reciprocal seconds was plotted and a best fit line was drawn. The rate/speed of the reaction was observed to increase with increased concentration.
The rate/speed of a reaction is proportional to the concentration of a particular reactant. This is due to chance collisions forming products being proportional to the concentration. Collision theory predicts that when more particles (reactants) are involved in successful collisions the rate of the reaction will increase. The units of moles/litres/1/s shows that when solution concentration increases the reaction rate increases.
Sources of Error: At decreased concentration it was difficult to observe the exact time that the pigment had changed. Therefore at lower concentrations the time reported for the reaction to go to completion was greater that it should have been. More than one timing device was used between the different lab groups. Because of this difference the time was not recorded in exactly the same manner. Different lab groups used larger test tubes. The optical quality of the larger test tubes might differ and therefore the reported time might differ.
September 16, 2016
Lab – Iodine Clock Reaction -(Part 1)
September – school supplies
- You will need a non-graphing scientific calculator.
- binder to hold class notes and handouts
- Hebden Chemistry 12 – Student workbook
June Homework – 2016
June 13, 2016
- Lab 13D Hydrolysis is Due
- Acid Precipitation – single page information poster is due
June 7, 2016
Library Research Day
- Complete the Hydrolysis Lab – finish all of the lab questions (the lab is due on Monday June 13, 2016).
- Complete the Acid Deposition Assignment – due Monday June 13, 2016.
Select a question that relates to how acid deposition (acid rain) effects the environment in Canada. Please use a specific biotic or abiotic item as a case study to highlight how acid deposition is affecting the well-being of this item.
For example: 1) how is soil health effected by acid rain? In BC agricultural soils are classified using a scale.
2) how are crayfish in Algonquin Park effected by acid rain?
3) how does industrial development contribute to acid rain?
Your presentation can be done using: 1) Explain Everything; or 2) a 11 x 17 inch poster.
- Select an inquiry question that helps our class better understand the challenges posed by the acidification of the environment. Sign-up sheets available in class.
May Homework – 2016
- May 30/31, 2016
- Complete the review packages (Unit 5, 2 and 3) to help you to prepare for the final exam.
- Complete the assigned questions for indicators and buffers.
- May 12, 2016
- Key: Complete and correct the hydrolysis worksheet
- Review how to calculate the Ka and Kb for weak bases:
- May 6, 2016
- Please review the following notes for the week of May 2-6, 2016
- Basic pH and pOH information
- Notes from class.
- May 2, 2016
- Please study for the Unit 4 quiz #2 (sections 1-9).
- The quiz will be written on Monday May 2, 2016/Tuesday May 10, 2016
- Prepare a formula sheet for the quiz: pH; pOH; etc.
- April Homework – 2016
April 15, 2016
Final Exam: Monday May 30, 2016
Please note the date of the Chemistry 12 Final Exam. The Exam is comprehensive and will cover all of the class material up to the date of the exam. Please use the links on the Final Exam Page to start to review material for the exam.
April 11, 2016
- Complete Homework Set #24
- Study for Quiz #1 of Unit 4 – definitions of acids, classification of acids, predicting products and ranking acid strengths
- Quiz #1 (Unit 4) Friday April 15, 2016
April 1, 2016
- Complete homework sets #22 and #23
- Label conjugate base pairs
March 2, 2016
March 1, 2016
- Homework Check: Hebden sets #16, #17 and #18
- Complete and mark the Quiz Review Questions “Extra Solubility Questions”
- STUDY for the Unit 3 Quiz on Solubility calculations. The quiz is on Monday March 7, 2016.
Feb. 15, 2016
- Prepare the Lab Template (Title, Purpose, Materials, Procedure, Data Tables, Results and Conclusion) for Lab 10E Qualitative Analysis
- Complete and Mark Hand-In #15 – Key
- Complete Hebden Homework sets #14, and #15
February 2, 2016
Please complete the Mini-Equilibrium Lab (you may use your lab to help you to answer questions on the Open-Note Lab Quiz).
Please complete Unit 2 Worksheets for Unit 2 (#2 and #3).
The Unit 2 Test is on Tuesday February 9, 2016.
January 18, 2016
- Complete Hebden Homework Sets #7 and #8
- Learn more about the Haber-Bosch Process to produce Ammonia ****
- Jan. 11, 2016
- Unit 1 – Test (2 parts – Multiple choice and Written)
- KEY – Practice Test for Unit 1 (Please mark and check your answers)
- Complete/review the first 6 problem sets (Recall it works best not to cram; instead review PS #1 tonight and PS #2 on Wednesday…).
- Complete the 3 worksheets for Unit 1 (these are available in the Chem. 12 binder if you have misplaced yours).
- Make a study group and study with them (the best way in increase your mark!).
- Research shows the following about study groups:
- Study Group participants:
- earn higher average final course grades than if they simply studied alone
- are more actively involved in the course
- have a better understanding of course material
- acquire effective learning strategies
- earn higher grades in the course than students in the same course who do not attend the study group sessions.
- Have better smiles; look way cooler; and are all round awesome folks!
December – 2015
- Complete Hebden Homework Sets 1, 2 and 3
- Unit 1 Quiz 1 has been set for Monday January 11, 2015
- Learn more about kinetic energy and molecules
- November – 2015
- November 17, 2015
- KEY -UNIT 5 PRACTICE TEST
- Prepare a presentation on battery power (sign-up available in class). Explain how the battery works, special features of the battery, and why the battery is unique (historical significance/technological significance). Outline the strengths and faults associated with the battery.
- Study for the Unit 5 Redox test. The test covers all of the topics up to and including corrosion.http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-20420557/embed
Tuesday November 10, 2015
- Please review your notes on balancing red0x equations and finding oxidation numbers. The balancing quiz is on Friday November 13, 2015. The quiz will have 2 balancing and 2 find the O.N. questions.
- Please read and prepare a lab report template for Lab 14D “Electrochemical Cells” in Essential Experiments for Chemistry Page 250-255. The lab will take place on Tuesday November 17, 2015.
Monday November 2, 2015
- Lab 14C – Titration Lab with KMnO4 – Please continue to work on Lab 14C (bring along to class any questions that you are still not sure about).
- Lab 14C is due on Wednesday November 4, 2015
- Grade 11 Titration Review Quiz is on Wednesday November 4, 2015.
- October 27, 2015
- Complete the First Review of ElectroChem. (titration question included) Download
- October 20, 2015
- Complete Lab 14A “Oxidation-Reduction Reactions of Elements and their Ions” Page 230 in Essential Experiments for Chemistry. Make sure that you answer all of the questions in the “Analysis of Results” Section as well as all of the “Follow-up” Questions. Write a conclusion that states whether halogens are generally oxidizing agents (chemicals that make oxidization happen) or reducing agents. Make sure that you make a comment on the periodic trent you observed. This means that are the halogens at the top of the family better at oxidizing verses those near the bottom of the family. Consider what you learned in Chemistry 11 wrt to trends in reactivity to help you to respond to this question.
- Lab 14A is due on Tues. Oct. 27th, 2015.
- Study for a quiz on titrations – what is a titration (Lab technique) and how do you use titration data to calculate the concentration of an unknown sample.
- Titration quiz is on Thursday October 29th, 2015.
- October 1, 2015
- Complete homework sets #36 and #37
- Be able to identify the parts of the standard redox chart
- Study for the Unit 5 quiz on redox terms and be able to identify the part of an electron transfer reaction
Thursday September 24, 2015
- Please learn the following vocabulary: Oxidization, reduction, oxidizing agent and reducing agent.
Test: Review Test of Chemistry 11 Concepts Monday September 28, 29, 2015
Monday September 21, 2015
- Key: Please complete and mark the Chem. 11 Course Review Package
- Please review how solutions are prepared and how solution concentration is calcuated.
Wednesday September 16, 2015
- Please complete the solubility worksheet and review how to count and work with significant figures.
Monday September 14, 2015
- Review how to name binary acids and oxy acids
Thursday September 10, 2015
- Chemistry 11 Review Package – Please Complete
- Review Molarity Calculations
- June 10/11, 2015
- The most effective way to prepare for the quiz is to complete the assigned work.
- Prepare for the Indicator and Acid Base Titration Quiz.
- Work through the indicator review sheet and complete the assigned homework in Hebden.
- Friday June 5, 2015
- Write the Final Exam – Exam is worth 25 % of your final Grade
- Complete the Indicator Worksheet/Hebden Homework Sets.
- Unit 4 Test #2 – Sections 16-18 (Indicators, Acid and Base Titrations) – June 10th and June 11, 2015.
- Monday June 1, 2015
- Complete the Indicator Worksheet
- Complete Hebden Homework Set #30
- Textbook Check: 1) Please return Nelson Chemistry 12; 2) Please check that you have your assigned Lab textbook and Hebden Workbook.
- May Homework:
Monday May 25, 2015
The Chemistry behind the magic:
Excellent review of why the indicators “colour change range” is equal to the pH:
Wednesday May 20, 2015
- Complete the hydrolysis worksheet.
- Complete the Unit 5 Redox review
- Complete Hebden Homework Set #30
Friday May 8, 2015
- Please Complete Hebden set #29
- Please complete the first Unit 5 (ReDox) review (key posted below-questions available in class).
- KEY REDOX REVIEW
Tuesday May 5, 2015
- Complete Hebden Homework sets #27 and #28
- Thursday April 23, 2015
- Complete the Worksheet on Ka and Kb (key available in class)
- Complete Homework sets 25 and 26
- Monday April 20, 2015
- Learn about Kw and Keq for water: **** ChemGuy is backMonday April, 13, 2015
- Please note the date for the Chemistry 12 Final – June 4/5, 2015. The final exam is worth 25% of your mark. Please use the review resources under the Final Exam Tab to begin studying.
- KEY Worksheet 4.1 Common Acids and Bases
- April 8, 2015
- Learn more about Hydrofluoric Acid (one of the strongest acids):Wed. April 1, 2015
- Please for your open-note Lab Quiz on how to preform titrations (the quiz is next class and is worth 8 marks).
- March Homework:
- March 23, 2015
- Complete the Extra Solubility Problems (ESP)
- Mark the ESP Problems using the following KEY
- Study for the Final Solubility Test (Thur. March 26/Fri. March 27).
- March 3, 2015
- Study for the solubility homework Quiz by completing all of the assigned homework sets up to and including Hebden sets #18
- Complete the Lab Write up for Part III only, determination of the chloride ion concentration in a sample of pool water.
- Feb. 19, 2015
- Please prepare for a Unit III Solubility Quiz on Vocabulary. The following quizlet will help you to get started on your studying.
- Feb. 17, 2017
- Please complete Hebden Homework Set #17
- Please complete Lab 10E on Page 136
- Feb. 4, 2015
- Complete Homework sets from Hebden 9-14
- Complete Tutorial #7- check solutions using the key provided in class.
- Memorize solubility and molar solubility
- Study for the Unit 2 – Equilibrium Test (Feb. 11 and Feb. 12)
- January Homework:
- January 23, 2015
- January 19, 2015
Click to Run
- January 15, 2015
- Unit II – Quiz #1 – Please complete the assigned Hebden Homework questions (Set #6-8)
- January 5, 2015
- Study for the Unit 1, Reaction Kinetics Exam (Jan. 8/9, 2015).
- December Homework:
- December 4, 2014
- Review Ionic Bond Basics – Important
- Difference between ionic and covalent bonds
- Review Nature of Reactants _*****
- December 1, 2014
- Complete Hebden Homework Sets #1 and #2
- Memorize the 6 ways to monitor how fast reactants are being used up and products being produced. You must be able to list the units that are being used to monitor the rate of reaction.
- November Homework:
November 27, 2014
- Complete Hebden Homework Set #1.
- Be able to list 6 ways to monitor how fast a reaction takes place (use the Chart on Page 3 of the Unit 1 Kinetics Note). Be able to list what units are being used to monitor reaction rate.
- November 12/13, 2014
- Please use the class data gathered in class to complete Lab 14D (Page 250). Please bring any questions that you have about the lab to class.
- November 6/7, 2014
- Read Lab 14D (Page 250) of the lab book and prepare the lab report
- Sign-up for the batteries, breathalyzer and corrosion presentation
- Learn More: Timeline of Battery History (Energizer)
- Learn More: Fuel Cell Timeline
- Study for the Unit 5 Quiz #3 Exam
- Complete the Hebden Homework up set #45
- October Homework:
- October 27/28, 2014
- Read Lab 14B – Redox Titrations
- Study for Unit 5 Quiz #2 – Balancing Redox Equations
- October 20/21, 2014
- Complete Example 13 a-e Balancing Re-dox Equations
- Select the technique you prefer (half equation method or oxidation number)
- Study for the Unit 5 Quiz #1 for reviewing the Hebden Homework Sets 36-39
- October 6/7, 2014
- Review how to name all compounds (practice sheets handed out in class Oct. 6/7)
- Complete Hebden Set #38 – Balancing Half Reactions
- Start studying for Chem. 11 Review Test – Oct. 16, 17, 2014
- Start studying for Unit 5 Quiz #1 – Oct. 21/22, 2014
- Watch the following Review Tutorials
- October 1/2, 2014
- Review how to name ionic compounds
- Hebden Set #36 Page 192-200
- Hebden Set #37 – Balancing half reactions using “Major Hydroxide”
September 29/30, 2014
- Review how to name acids – use the nemonic “ate” ic “ite” ous
- Review how to change from moles to Molarity: M=moles/L
- Review the density formula: D=mass/volume
- Review how to name covalent compounds
- Review how to work with significant figures
September 23/24, 2014
- Organize school supplies: binder with dividers, scientific calculator, eraser and pencil.
- Complete Chem. 11 Review Package – Review Package handed out in class September 23/24, 2014
- Student Workbooks for Sale – Purchase online ($22.00/free shipping) or in class.
- May 28, 2014
- Please review the Indicator Notes and complete the Hebden Homework.
- Please read and prepare Lab 13C “Acid and Base Titrations”- Lab Day is this Friday (May 30, 2014).
- Use the following dates to keep track of the upcoming quizzes and tests.
- Tues. June 3, 2014 – Unit 4 – Quiz #3 (Hydrolysis, Titrations and Indicators)
- Thurs. June 5, 2014 – Final Exam – (Buffers will not be on the exam).
- Mon. June 9, 2014 – Unit 4 Test (Acids, Bases and Salts)
- Wed. June 11, 2014 – Lab Day
- Fri. June 13, 2014 – Lab 13C Due
- Tues. June 17, 2014 – Last Day of Classes (5 Period Day).
- May 26, 2014
- Please review Titration notes. Pay particular attention to Hebden Notes on Page 170 and 171 of Hebden Chem. 12.
- May 23, 2014
- Please complete Titration Hebden Homework – Strong acids and bases.
- Please note that the Chem. 12 Final Exam has been changed from Mon. May 26, 2014 to Thursday June 5, 2014. A mini Practice Final will take place on May 26, 2014.
- May 22, 2014
- Review Strong Acid Titrations:
- Review Pka and Pkb Relationships:May 12, 2014
- Final Exam Study Tips: Review the following concepts on ReDox Chemistry
- Video Tutorial on electrolytic cells
- Animation on electron transfer reactions
- Bozeman Science/Excellent Summary: Lecture on chemical cells
- May 6, 2014
- Please complete Hebden Homework Set #27
- Please complete Worksheet 4-4 (Ka and Kb Calculations).
- April 25, 2014
- Please review the worked examples in your student notes: Example 14-18.
- Review Unit 1 and 2 (using the study material posted under final exam) to prepare for the Final Exam.
- April 17, 2014
- Upcoming Tests and Final Exam Practice Dates
- Fri. April 25, 2014 – Unit 4 Acids and Bases Quiz #1 (Sec. 1-8).
- Wed. April 30, 2014 – Mock Final Exam
- Mon. May 26, 2014 – Final Exam
- April 1, 2014
- Complete Hebden Homework Set #22
- Review the vocabulary associated with acid and base chemistry (hydrogen ion, hydronium ion, conjugate pair, protonated water).
- Read about soil pH and why is it important for plant growth
- Play the soil pH Game
- What is soil pH?
- Plants grow and survive by absorbing dissolved nutrients and micronutrients from the soil. When the soil solution is either too acidic or too basic some of the nutrients do not dissolve as readily as they should (the solubility is decreased).
- The nutrients that plants need for growth dissolve most readily when the pH of the soil is between 6.o and 7.5. If the soil solution falls below 6.0 nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are less available. If the pH is larger than 7.5 nutrients such as iron, manganese and phosphorus are less available.
- Spring Break runs from March 17th, 2014 until March 28th, 2014. Please use any study time to review Unit 3 Solubility.
- Tuesday March 11, 2014
- Complete Lab 12D and Study for the Solubility Quiz- (Sections 7 and 8)
- Sign up to write the CHEM 13 NEWS Chemistry Exam – this is an excellent way to prepare for the Chemistry 12 Final Exam. Deadline is Monday March 31, 2014
- Note that the Unit 3 Solubility Test has been scheduled for Monday April 7th, 2014. Use some of your Spring Break time to review for the test.
- Wed. March 5, 2014
- Please complete Lab 12D “Applications of Solubility Product Principles” Page 181 (Part III). The Lab is due: Wed. March 12, 2014
- Please study for the solubility quiz – Ksp Calculations – Wed. March 12, 2014
- Feb. 18, 2014
- Please review how solubility is used in chemical reactions
- Feb. 17, 2014
- Please complete Hebden Homework Set #15 and #16 – Homework Check at the Start of Class.
- Please complete your 3 vocabulary flash cards – Saturated, Solubility and Molar Solubility
- Please read Lab 10E (Page 136) Qualatative Analysis
- Feb. 6, 2014
- Start work on Hebden Homework Set #14
- Feb. 4, 2014 – Study for Equilibrium Quiz #2 (LCP and the 4 types of Keq calculations).
- Jan. 27, 2014
- Please complete the equilibrium mini-lab-Due Wed. Jan. 29, 2014
- Please complete Hebden Homework sets #9 and #10
- Study for the Unit 2 – Quiz on Friday Jan. 31, 2014
- Jan. 17, 2014
- Please complete Hebden Homework sets #7 and #8
- Learn the difference between enthalpy and entropy
- Complete Worksheet 2-1 (solutions on the back)
- Read Nelson Chemistry 12 Pages 234 – 238
- Jan. 7, 2014
- Please complete Homework sets 1-4
- Study for Quiz #1 (Unit 1); the quiz will cover the first 8 sections of Unit 1
- Tuesday December 10, 2013
- Read Nelson Chemistry 12 Pages 367-371 (Review the factors that affect Reaction Rates).
- Complete the Unit 5 (Redox) Practice Test
- Friday December 6, 2013
- Complete Unit 1 – Homework Set #1 – Hebden Pages 2-5.
- Complete the Unit 5 Practice Test
- Read Nelson Chemistry 12 – Pages 360-366 – Be able to list 6 ways to monitor Reaction Rates (for example, what species, what unit, positive or negative rate).
- Monday December 2, 2013
- Please complete Hebden Homework Sets #44-46
- Unit 5 – Quiz #3 is on Tuesday December 10, 2013
- Wednesday November 20, 2013
- Complete the notes on breathalyzers and batteries – Please refer to the notes in Hebden.
- Lab 14 D: x/10 (2 marks/cell drawing-3 in total; 1 mark/reduction potential-3 in total; 1 mark/conclusion).
- Friday November 15, 2013
- Complete the Redox Practice Test
- Redox Practice Test Solutions
- Wednesday November 13, 2013
- Complete Lab 14D – all parts. The class data has been posted in the lab.
- Unit 5 – Quiz #2 Sections 1-8, Tuesday Nov. 19, 2013
- Wednesday November 6, 2013
- Prepare Lab 14D – Electrochemical Cells From Essential Experiments in Chemistry
- Monday November 4, 2013
- Hebden Set #42-Due Friday November 8, 2013
- Prepare Lab 14D – Lab Template and Cells
- Thursday October 31, 2013
- Lab 14A – Handed in
- Lab 14B – Lab Quiz: Wednesday November 6, 2013
- Hebden Set #41
- Tuesday October 29, 2013
- Please review the procedure for how to work with a burette
- Complete lab 14B “Redox Titrations Involving Iodine”. Lab 14B is due on Monday Nov. 4, 2013.
- Wednesday October 9, 2013
- Hebden Problem Set 39 and 40 have been assigned.
- Today in class students did a mock test on balancing redox equations. Students prepared a concept map on the REDOX vocabulary.
- (Special thanks for the use of the concept map to the 2012-2013 Chem. 12 class students).
- Thursday October 3, 2013
- Hebden Problem Sets 36, 37 and 38 have been assigned.
- Please learn how to determine the oxidation number of chemical species. Please review the 12 rules for determining oxidation numbers.
- September Homework:
- Tuesday September 10, 2013
- Review how to perform dilution and concentration questions. Answer the questions on the review sheets.
- Thursday September 19, 2013
- Introduction to Redox chemistry. Please memorize the following terms: oxidation, reduction, oxidizing agent, reducing agent, half cell reaction and spontaneous reactions. Complete your final study session for the Chemistry 11 Review Test.
Week 7: October 22-26, 2018
Unit 2 Equilibrium – Quiz #1 “Getting to Equilibrium”
Fri. Oct. 26, 2018; Review Hebdon Homework Sets 7, 8 and 9