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What to expect from this class.

Class Objectives: The primary objective of this class is to help students obtain that knowledge and those skills that give them the kind of foundation they need for career success.  Students will be graded based on their ability to produce products demonstrating their ability to function as young chemists.  Most of these skills are those that most employers value and that will help them to be successful in the technical college classroom.  Among these grades will be those for skills, tests, classroom behaviors, and those communication products that reflect their ability to perform as young chemists.

 

Homework:  One of the most often heard complaints heard from employers is that employees cannot use and apply the knowledge that they obtained as students.  To help my students overcome this shortcoming they are expected to study and apply assigned portions of the text almost every day.  A list of those assignments is listed below.  Students will be given a short quiz every day to determine how well they have taught themselves knowledge and skills from the text.  Students are taught study skills in class.   It is assumed that those students who do poorly on those quizzes lack good study skills and those students will be asked to come in for remedial help outside of normal school hours.  Students with certain learning disabilities will be given alternative assignments as needed.  

 

Labs:  Safety is the primary concern in a chemistry lab.  Students who fail to behave in a safe manner, or who fail to come to lab prepared to be safe, will not be allowed to do lab work.  Students will do labs in a manner that will build skills that will be valuable in a technical career.  Students will be assigned to do preparatory work before labs.  Students who come to class having not done the preparatory work will not be allowed to work in the lab.  All students and parents or guardians must sign a safety contract before a student can work in the lab.  When possible, a make-up lab will be scheduled for after school hours.  Students will learn to write lab reports in a style that is valued in college and the workplace.

 

MSDS information on chemical safety can be found primarily at:

Material Safety Data Sheets from J.T.Baker (the Mallinckrodt Baker Company, Inc.)

Click on the above link to find chemical safety information.  Once at the Material Safety Data Sheets web page, type in the name or formula of the chemical you want and then click the search button.  You may get an MSDS sheet for that chemical or you may get a list of chemicals that contain the name or formula that your typed.  If you get a list, read the descriptions of each and choose the one that seems closest to the form of the chemical you will be using in the lab.
 
  

Click here to find an MSDS for magnesium nitride for the "Making Ionic Compounds" lab.

Textbook resources can be found by clicking here.

An online glossary of words and phrases found in the textbook can be found bu clicking here.

Click here to download a list of gas laws.

Click here to download periodic table

Click here to download a periodic table with oxidation numbers

Homework Assignments for: Chemistry for the Technologies (Chem Tech), Fall 2004

Text: World of Chemistry, by Zumdahl, Zumdahl, and DeCoste (published by McDougal Littell, Copyright 2002)

 

This list is a planning document for the convenience of students. The instructor reserves the right to add items to this schedule, to remove items from this schedule, and to make any other changes in this schedule at any time. Students should check this list every day to be sure that they are working on the correct assignments.

Special Instructions for All Work: 

1) Students must have and bring to class EVERY DAY:

     a) one (1) 2-inch, ring binder with slip cover on front and containing

            > twelve (12) properly labeled erasable dividers

            > ruled notebook paper

            > white notebook paper

            > class handouts

            > one copy of class rules and procedures (in front of ring binder)

            > one copy of lab safety rules (in front of lab sections of ring binder)

     b) one (1) scientific calculator that will perform multiple root functions and exponential 

         functions,

     c) one (1) composition book with sewn binding (labeled on the front: "Lab Notebook",

         student's name, class period, and the name of this class) 

     d) pencils, and

     e) blue or black, permanent-ink pens.

2) All work must be done in pencil except lab and research work, which must be done in blue or black pen.

3) Homework will be turned in on the due date.  When homework is returned to the student, it will be placed in the correct unit section of the student's ring binder. Notes and handouts from each of 9 units of study will go into separate properly labeled sections of the student's ring binder.  All answers to questions must be clear and in complete text or mathematical sentences.  All problem-solving exercises must show all steps ("all work") in the solution process, including all units and species.

4) All work turned in will have the following information on the top, right of the first page:

a)       Student's last name, followed by a coma, and the student's first or common

         name

     b) The date written number of day of month, followed by the month, followed by

         the year

            Example: 25-Dec-03

     c) The name of the assignment

Example: Chapter 7 Homework

     d) The name of the teacher (Tedder, Mr. Tedder, or Mr. T)

1st Nine Weeks Begins

Day of week:

Class date:

Homework:

Note: The instructor reserves the right to add items to this schedule, to remove items from this schedule, and to make any other changes in this schedule at any time.

Thursday

12-Aug

Study assignment: CH 1, sections 1.1 and 1.2.

Written assignments:                                                                                                                                                          1) Write on notebook paper the definitions found in sections 1.1 and 1.2 for: a) chemistry, and b) CFC's.                        2) Write on notebook paper what the text says employers look for and how chemistry might help you get and keep a good job.                                                                                                                                                                                                 3) Write 3 examples of chemical changes found in the textbook and 3 examples of chemicals changes that are NOT found in the textbook.

Other homework assignments may be given in class.

Friday

13-Aug

Study assignment: CH 5, sections 5.4 and 5.5.  As you read page 125, look carefully at how the number 100 is written in the middle of the page.  The author has placed a decimal at the end of the number 100.  It is a decimal, NOT a period.  Without that decimal, the number 100 may or may not have 3 significant digits.  WITH the decimal, the number 100 DEFINITLY has 3 significant digits.

Written assignments:                                                                                                                                                 Answer questions 2 – 5 on page 129.

Other homework assignments may be given in class.

Come to class Monday dressed and prepared for lab. Students must be dressed properly or they will not be allowed to do the lab in class and will have to schedule time after school at the teacher's convenience. Students have until the end of the week to make up this lab. Failure to complete any lab will result in a failing grade.  Proper dress for a lab includes wearing long pants (jeans are preferred), closed toed shoes (sandals and athletic shoes are unacceptable), and removal of all jewelry on the hands and arms.  Read the safety contract again for other details.

Monday

16-Aug

Measurement lab today.

Results of measurement lab report are due Tuesday. 

Study assignment: CH 1, sections 1.5 and 1.6.

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Extra Credit Opportunity:  Research the life of Lise Meitner.  Explain why she left Germany and the harrowing details of her departure.  Determine what element was named for her and why some people feel they were they "finally giving her the recognition she deserved?"  Who was Mietner's partner and why did he get all the credit for her discoveries?  Explain how Lise Mietner's achievements have affected women's role in society?  Explain why Mietner would not take part in the building of nuclear weapons?  Check your results with the instructor, privately!  "Privately" means to do this outside of class time (before or after class if there is time, or before or after school). Once the instructor is satisfied that your findings are correct, you should prepare a presentation on Mietner.  Your extra credit grade will be based on this presentation.  You must check the results of your research with the teacher tomorrow and you must have your findings approved by Monday.  Your presentation must be ready next Tuesday.  This presentation will include a visual aide of your choosing and you will explain—not read—the results of your research.

Tuesday

17-Aug

Orientation at Dorman today.

Study assignment: CH 2, sections 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3.

Answer questions 1, 2, and 3 on page 29.  Look up unusual facts about the life of Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier and be prepared to explain one unusual fact to the class that no one else has presented.  This means that you must have a lot of unusual stuff about Lavosier (and trust me, there is a lot of unusual stuff).  You may have notes or computer printouts of any kind to which to refer, but you may not refer to those notes or printouts when teaching the class about your unusual facts.  Students will present this information on a chance basis and once the fact has been presented, that same fact cannot be presented again.   Students may look up their own facts by doing an internet search of "Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier" or "Antoine Lavoisier" or they may check the information on the class site: <http://build.tripod.lycos.com/trellix/sitebuilder/f_edit_page.html>. 

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Wednesday

18-Aug

Study assignment: CH 2, sections 2.1, 2.2, and 2.3.

Answer questions 1, 2, and 3 on page 29.  Look up unusual facts about the life of Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier and be prepared to explain one unusual fact to the class that no one else has presented.  This means that you must have a lot of unusual stuff about Lavosier (and trust me, there is a lot of unusual stuff).  You may have notes or computer printouts of any kind to which to refer, but you may not refer to those notes or printouts when teaching the class about your unusual facts.  Students will present this information on a chance basis and once the fact has been presented, that same fact cannot be presented again.   Students may look up their own facts by doing an internet search of "Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier" or "Antoine Lavoisier" or they may check the information on the class site: <http://build.tripod.lycos.com/trellix/sitebuilder/f_edit_page.html>. 

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Thursday

19-Aug

 Study assignment: CH 2, sections 2.4, and 2.5.

Before trying to answer the folliwng questions, practice using Example 2.2 on page 33 and 2.3 on page 38. Answer questions 1, and 2 on page 41.  In addition, describe 2 things that occur in your home, work, or neighborhood that are examples of physical changes, 2 things that are chemical changes, list 2 things in your home, work, or neighborhood that are mixtures, and 2 things that are pure substances.

Homework assignments may be given in class.

Friday

20-Aug

Study assignment: CH 2, section 2.6 and CH 3, section 3.1.

Answer question 3 on page 41.  In addition, list 2 things in your in your home, work, or neighborhood that are homogeneous mixtures, and 2 things that are heterogeneous mixtures.  Also, answer questions 1 and 2 on page 53.

Homework assignments may be given in class.

Monday

23-Aug

Study/Review chapters 1, 2 and 5.  Determine the subjects or problems in these chapters for which you need help.  Make a list of those subjects or problems and bring that list to class.  Be prepared to show your list in class and be prepared to ask for help on the items in your list in class.  

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Tuesday

24-Aug

Study/Review chapters 1, 2 and 5 for Unit 1 test. 

Other homework assignments may be given in class.

Wednesday

25-Aug

Study assignment: CH 3, sections 3.1 through 3.3.  Answer questions 1, 2, 4, and 5 on page 53.

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Thursday

26-Aug

Study assignment: CH 3, section 3.4.  Study carefully Example 3.1 on page 54.  For practice, attempt to solve problem a, and then check your answer with the solution at the bottom on the page.  Then do the same thing with problems  b, and c.  For homework, do the Self-Check Excersize 3.1 on page 55 and all of problem 16 on page 81.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder or come in early.

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Friday

27-Aug

Study assignment: CH 3, section 3.5 and 3.6.  For homework, answer questions problems 17, 19, 20, and 22 on page 82.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder or come in early on Monday.

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Monday

30-Aug

Study assignment: CH 3, section 3.7 and 3.8.  For homework, answer questions 1 through 5 on page 63, and questions 31, 33, and 39 on page 82.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder.

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Tuesday

31-Aug

Study assignment: CH 3, section 3.9 and 3.10.  For homework, answer questions 2 through 4 on page 78.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder.

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Wednesday

1-Sep

Study assignment: CH 3, section 3.11.  For homework, answer question 5 on page 78.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder.

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Thursday

2-Sep

Study assignment: CH 4, section 4.1.  For homework, do the "Name Game" on page 94 and bring your work to class (if you don't have 3 x 5 cards you can cut pieces of regular paper into 4 pieces).  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder.

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Friday

3-Sep

Study assignment: CH 4, section 4.2 and 4.3.  For homework, answer questions 1 through 5 on page 100.  Look up health and safety information on the 3 chemicals that we will use in this lab and write that information into your lab notebook.  You will not be allowed to do the lab if you have not completed the safety pre-lab or if you come to lab dressed in an unsafe manner.  If you need help, call Mr. Tedder.

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Monday

6-Sep

Labor day Holiday.

Tuesday

7-Sep

Spectroscopy lab today. 

Write spectroscopy lab results in lab notebook.  This includes copying the tables in the lab handout word for word and filling in all the data on table 1 from the lab.  Table 2 in the lab handout should be copied into your lab notebook as well, but you will not be able to fill in the data until we do those calculations tomorrow in class.  So, tables 1 and 2 will have a table number and a description above it, the cells in table 1 will be filled out, but the cells in table 2 will be empty until tomorrow. 

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Wednesday

8-Sep

Study assignment: CH 4, Study Section 4.4.

Do self-check excersizes on pages 102 and 103.

Answer question #2 on page 106.

Write all spectroscopy lab results (with numbers determined in class) in lab
notebook.

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Thursday

9-Sep

Study assignment: CH 4, Section 4.5.  Answer question #4 on page 106.

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Friday

10-Sep

Study assignment: CH 4, Section 4.6.  Do self-check exercises on page 106 and answer question #5 on page 106.  you should begin reviewing materials in chapter 3 and 4 and note and handouts givne in Unit 2.  We will have a test on this material next week!

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Monday

13-Sep

Questions 6, 8, 11, 21, and 24 on pages 108 and 109.

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Tuesday

14-Sep

Complete handouts of balancing formulas.

Study for test on WednesOther homework assignments given in class.

Wednesday

15-Sep

Study for test on chapters 3 and 4. 

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Thursday

16-Sep

Study sections 5.1 - 5.3. Answer questions 1, 2 and 3 on page 120, and 5, 10b, 10c, 10e, and 18.

 

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Friday

17-Sep

Student holiday – teacher workday – parent conference day.

Monday

20-Sep

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Tuesday

21-Sep

Study section 5.6, practice using the examples and self-check exercises and then do #40 on page 150 for HW. Do Worksheet on scientific notation, units of measurement, and significant figures.  

 

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Wednesday

22-Sep

Study section 5.6 again, practice using the examples and self-check exercises and then do #39g and 39h on page 150 for HW. Finsih any unsolved problems on the worksheet on scientific notation, units of measurement, and significant figures.  Do balancing compounds worksheet #1.

 

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Thursday

23-Sep

Study section 5.8.  

 

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Friday

24-Sep

Study sections 6.1 and 6.2.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice.  Do problems 1 & 2 on page 164 and problem 5 on page 188 for HW.

 

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Monday

27-Sep

Study sections 6.3.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice.  Do problems 3 and 4 on page 164.  Also, answer question 8 showing all the work done to produce the answer in the form or dimensional analysis, and do problem 13.

 

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Tuesday

28-Sep

Study sections 6.4.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice. Answer the following focus questions on page 170: 1a, and 1b, showing all your work; 2a, 2b, in the manner prescribed in the book (and in class); 3 (for 1a and 1b), showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis; 4, and 5a, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis. 

 

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Wednesday

29-Sep

Study sections 6.5.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice. Answer questions 17 and 18 on page 188.  Do the following problems on page 188: 19a, and 19b, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis. 

 

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Thursday

30-Sep

Study sections 6.6.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice. Do the following problems on page 189: 27a, and 27b, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis. 

 

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Friday

1-Oct

 

Study section 6.7 through the bottom of page 178.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice. Answer questions 2 on page 185.  Do the following problem on page 190: #38, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis. 

 

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Monday

4-Oct

Study remainder of section 6.7 .  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice.  Do the following problems on page 190: #35 and 36, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis. 

 

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Tuesday

5-Oct

Study of section 6.8.  Doall example problems and self check exercises as practice.  Do the following problem on page 190: #47, showing all your work in the form of dimensional analysis.   Finish the prelab sheet, enter data on table from lab (if you have it - it must be finished on the day after you complete the lab and you have until Friday to finish it).

 

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Wednesday

6-Oct

Study of Cahpter 4 (Review).  Do the following problems on page 108 and 109: 12.f, 19.b, 21.d, 24.f, and 27.b.    Finish the prelab sheet, enter data on table from lab (if you have it - it must be finished on the day after you complete the lab and you have until Friday to finish it).

 

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Thursday

7-Oct

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Friday

8-Oct

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Monday

11-Oct

Study of Chapter 6 (Review).  Do the following problems on page 187-189: 14.b, 14.g, 15.d, 15.g, 19.f, 28.a, 28.b, and 33.b .  Finish test practice worksheet.  Study for tomorow's test.

 

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Tuesday

12-Oct

 

Finish lab calcualtions and enter data into lab notebook.

 

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Wednesday

13-Oct

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Thursday

14-Oct

Study of Sections 71.-7.2. Question 1 and 2 on page 207 .  Finsh lab data and post lab sheet..

 

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Friday

15-Oct

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2nd Nine Weeks Begins

Day of week:

Class date:

Homework:

Note: The instructor reserves the right to add items to this schedule, to remove items from this schedule, and to make any other changes in this schedule at any time.

Friday

15-Oct

Study assignment: CH 1, sections 1.1 and 1.2.

Written assignments:                                                                                                                                                          1) Write on notebook paper the definitions found in sections 1.1 and 1.2 for: a) chemistry, and b) CFC's.                        2) Write on notebook paper what the text says employers look for and how chemistry might help you get and keep a good job.                                                                                                                                                                                                 3) Write 3 examples of chemical changes found in the textbook and 3 examples of chemicals changes that are NOT found in the textbook.

Other homework assignments may be given in class.

Monday

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.1 and 82.  Questions 1-3 on page 223.

 

Tuesday

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.3.  Questions 14 on page 246

Wednesday

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.4.  Questions 22 on page 246.

Thursday

20-Oct

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.5.  Problem 29 on page 246.

Friday

21-Oct

Student Holiday / Teacher work day.

Monday

25-Oct

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.6.  Problem 32 on page 246.

Tuesday

26-Oct

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.7.  Questions  36a, 37a, 38a, and 39a on page 248.

Wednesday

27-Oct

Study assignment: CH 8, sections 8.8.  Questions     on page      .

Thursday

28-Oct

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.1.  Questions 3 on page 281-282.

Friday

29-Oct

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.2.  Questions 1-5 on page 258.

Monday

1-Nov

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.3.  Study the examples and do the self-check exercises for personal practice.  Questions 13e, 14b, and 15a on page 282.  It is doubtful that you will be able to do these problems unless you have studied the examples and done the self-check exercises.  Also, this can seem complex, so start on this TONIGHT... and continue working on this tomorrow! 

Tuesday

2-Nov

School holiday - ELECTION DAY.  Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.3.  Study the examples and do the self-check exercises for personal practice.  Questions 13e, 14b, and 15a on page 282 and 283.  It is doubtful that you will be able to do these problems unless you have studied the examples and done the self-check exercises. 

Wednesday

3-Nov

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.4.  Questions 25on page 283.

Thursday

4-Nov

Note: We are skipping section 9.5.

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.6.  Questions 29 and 30 on page 284.  When you do #30, you can only use the number of atoms that are pictured in the illustration.  You are not God, so don't create atoms... and you are not a nuclear scientist so you don't destroy atoms either!

Friday

5-Nov

Study assignment: CH 9, sections 9.7.  Study the examples and do the self-check exercises for personal practice.  Questions 34a and 34b on page 284.  It is doubtful that you will be able to do these problems unless you have studied the examples and done the self-check exercises.  Also, this can seem complex, so STARTon this TODAY... and continue working on this tomorrow and even on Sunday!  If you wait until Sunday to taskle this you are setting yourself up for failure. 

Monday

8-Nov

Study assignment: CH 9, section 9.8.  Questions 2 and 4 on page 279.  Problem #43 on page 285.

Tuesday

9-Nov

Study assignment: CH    , sections    .  Questions     on page      .

Wednesday

10-Nov

Review and study Unit 4 notes and handouts and chapters 8 and 9 in your text for a test tomorrow (Thursday)!

Study assignment: CH    , sections    .  Questions     on page      .

Thursday

11-Nov

Test Today!

Study assignment: CH    , sections    .  Questions     on page      .

Friday

12-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.1.  Write words and definitions for all highlighted words in section.

Monday

15-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.2 and 10.3.  Questions 9 and 14 on page 318.

Tuesday

16-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.4 and 10.5.  Problem 3 on page 300.

Wednesday

17-Nov

 

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.6.  Questions 30a on page 319.

Thursday

18-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.7.  Questions  33 on page 319.

Friday

19-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.8 and 10.9.  Questions  36 - 40 on page 319.

Monday

22-Nov

Study assignment: CH10, sections 10.10.  Questions  4 on page 313. 

Tuesday

23-Nov

 Study assignment: CH 13, sections 13.1 and 13.20.  Questions  1, 2, and 3 and problem 7 on page 436. 

Wednesday

24-Nov

Monday

29-Nov

Study assignment: CH 13, sections 13.1 and 13.2.  Questions  1, 2, and 3 and problem 7 on page 436. 

Tuesday

30-Nov

Study assignment: CH 13, sections 13.3.  Questions  11, and 12 and problem 14 on page 436. 

Wednesday

1-Dec

Study Assignment: CH 13, section 13.4.  Problems 19 and 20 on page 436.

Thursday

2-Dec

Study Assignment: CH 13, section 13.5.  Question 21. Problem 23 on page 436.

Friday

3-Dec

Study Assignment: CH 13, section 13.6.  Question 31. Problems 33 and 34 on page 436.

Monday

6-Dec

Study Assignment: CH 13, section 13.7, 13.8, and 13.9.  Questions 37 through 43 on page 436.

Tuesday

7-Dec

Study Assignment: CH 13, section 13.10 and 13.11.  Questions 44, and problem 47 on page 436.  Helpful Hint:  Study the text the way that you have been taught.  Try solving the example problems on pages 430 through 433, using those examples to help you through the steps.  Then try to solve the self-check exercises on those pages and check your answers in the back of the book.  Try doing problem 46 first and see if you get the correct answer by checking your answer in the back of the book.

Wednesday

8-Dec

Using the problem solving steps outlined in class (I.D.S.I.S.), and the gas laws in Chapter 13 (you can download a reference sheet at the top if this page), do the following problems:

 

1- In this problem the temperature and the number of moles do not change.  If the starting pressure on a gas is 760 mm Hg and the starting volume is 2.50 L, what is the ending pressure if the ending volume is 1.50 L?

 

2- In this problem the pressure and the number of moles do not change.  If the starting volume of a gas is 15.0 L at 25-degree Celcuis, what is the ending volume if the ending temperature is 75-degrees Celcuis?

 

3- In this problem the pressure and the temperature do not change.  If 2 gases are mixed together to make 7.50 mL of gas mixture and these gases react in such a way as to increase the moles of gas from 2.35 moles to 4.70 moles, what is the volume of the reactant gas or gas mixture? 

 

4- If a gas is held under 2.00 atm, and 25-degrees Celcuis, in a container of 5.50 L, what are the number of moles in the gas?

 

5- A gas mixture contains 2.25 g He and 3.75 g of Argon.  The total pressure of the gas is 760 torr.  What is the partial pressure of each gas?

Thursday

9-Dec

Study the last section of Chapter 10 ad all of Chapter 13 for test tomorrow. 

Friday

10-Dec

 

Saturday

11-Dec

 

 Study for Final Exams!

Sunday

12-Dec

 Study for Final Exams!

Monday

13-Dec

 Study for Final Exams!

Tuesday

14-Dec

 Study for Final Exams!

Wednesday

15-Dec

 

Study for Final Exams!

 

Thursday

16-Dec

Finals Exams in 3rd and 4th Periods.

Friday

17-Dec

Finals Exams in 1st and 2nd Periods,

then Christmas Holidays!

See you in January!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To contact Mr. Tedder about any of these assignments you may use any of the following:

Click here to email Mr. Tedder at home.

To call Mr. Tedder on the phone at school dial 582-4347 and enter the extension number 1215.  You will be asked to leave a message on Mr. Tedder's voice mail and he will call you back if he is still in his room when you call.
 
To call Mr. Tedder on the phone at home, dial 578-9396.  You will be asked to leave a message on an answering machine and he will call you back.