The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper.--Eden Philpotts.
This is a picture of an ionic compound. Since it is found in nature it has a mineral name:
halite. First correct formula and GFW e-mailed to Mr. K at school earns 50 extra
As always this syllabus represents the topics and order that we will attempt
to cover in the upcoming quarter. Actual progress may vary, however....study
anyway! We might get lucky and stay on schedule! :} Mr.K
Molarity, Normality, Molality.
|Solution Strength Lab
||Introduction to Organic
Organic chemistry I: counting, alkanes,
Organic chemistry II: aromatic hydrocarbons,
||Aldehydes, ketones. Combustion of hydrocarbons
Organic extra credit assignment.
Test 21.3: Naming and diagrams: alkanes through alcohols. Chain, chain, chain of carbons: Mini-Lab.
||Acidification of alcohol,
|Organic models practicum
Organic unit final (5 grades)
Theory and Molecular Geometry
Acids, Bases & disassociation of water.
|Cabbage Juice indicator Mini- Lab
||Finish Kw, pH, pOH
Chemical equilibrium: Keq.
|Test 25.3 pH, pOH, acids and bases.
lab (virtual labs to explore with)
Test 25.4: Chemical eqm
||Disassociation of weak acids, and weak bases. Ka, Kb.
||see notes page on side navigation bar
||Solubility product: Ksp
|Test 27.1: Ka & Kb.
Solubility of CuSO4 mini-lab.
Test 27.4: Ksp.
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