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Checklist 4 11/2-11/8

1. If you haven't already done so, do all of the things in Checklist 3.

2. Read Sections 5.1-5.5, 5.7, and 6.3.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_5.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_6.pdf

3. Consider listening and watching the audio versions for Sections 5.1-5.5, 5.7, and 6.3.

Section 5.1: Classification of Matter

Section 5.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds

Section 5.3: Ionic Compounds

Section 5.4: Molecular Compounds

Section 5.5: Drawing Lewis Structures

Section 5.7: Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures

Section 6.3: Acids

4. Watch the online lectures for Sections 5.1-5.5, 5.7, and 6.3.

Section 5.1: Classification of Matter (12:47)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 5.2: Compounds and Chemical Bonds (15:56)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 5.3: Ionic Compounds (13:36)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 5.4: Molecular Compounds (22:38)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 5.5: Drawing Lewis Structures (41:56)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 5.7: Molecular Geometry from Lewis Structures (24:05)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 6.3: Acids (34:22)

PowerPoint Presentation

5. Watch the video on acid rain and look at the PowerPoint presentation for it.

Bishop_Lecture_Acid_Rain.html

PowerPoint Presentation

6. Be sure you can answer the acid rain questions on the PDF linked below.

Possible Exam 2 questions for acid rain

7. Do the WebAssign 3 assignment.

https://webassign.net/

9. Download the PDF for this week's lab worksheet by clicking on the link below. If you have access to a printer, print the worksheet, follow its instructions, write your answers on the worksheet, use Adobe Scan to take photos of your pages, combine them into one PDF, name your file in a way that identifies you, your class, and the lab, scan it, and upload it to Canvas using the steps described in the second link below. If you do not have a printer, just answer the questions on a separate piece of paper and upload it to Canvas via Adobe Scan. Name your PDF BishopChem10Lewis.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Lewis_Structures_Molecular_Geometry.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan_Canvas.pdf

9. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 5 and 6 (from hydronium ion through completion reaction) glossary terms.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_5.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_6.pdf

10. Test yourself on the Chapter 5 and 6 (from hydronium ion through completion reaction) Glossary terms at

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_5_Atoms_Canvas.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_6_Atoms_Canvas.html

11. Convince yourself that you can work the Chapter 5 problems (except 44-54, 62, 108, 111, 112, and 115-128, which you will not be tested on) and the Chapter 6 problems (except 4-9, 20-52, and 65-144, which you will not be tested on).

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_5.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_6.pdf

12. Continue making your study sheets for the next exam.

 

Checklist 5 11/9-11/15

Our second exam on on Sections 4.2, 4.3, 5.1-5.5, 5.7, 6.3, and acid rain will be November 14 from 9:00 am to noon. The exam is open book and open notes. You should have time to look up some information to help you to do the exam, but it's really unlikely that you'll have time to look up everything, so be sure to do some serious studying this week. Many of the exam questions will come from the black numbered problems at the end of chapters for Sections 4.2, 4.3, 5.1-5.5, 5.7, and 6.3 (or problems that are very similar). Remember that if you are using the PDF form of my text, there are objective references in the margin next to the problems. When you click on one of them, you'll be taken back to the page in the text where the information necessary to answer the question is found. The Exam Information page at the fourth link below will show you which problems are possible for Exam 2. You can see the lecture on acid rain by clicking on the first link below. The second link takes you to the PowerPoint presentation for the lecture. The third link take you to the possible acid rain definitions and questions. I recommend that you prepare answers to the acid rain questions before the exam.

You will start the exam from the Quizzes section of Canvas. You will monitored by Proctorio. When you complete the exam, you will upload your exam back to Canvas as a PDF created with Adobe Scan. I will send you detailed instructions before the exam. The fifth link below gives you instructions for uploading your file to Canvas. If you have trouble with this (or just want to be sure I get it), you can send it to me as an email attachment using the instructions in the sixth link. Name your PDF BishopChem10Exam2.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

Bishop_Lecture_Acid_Rain.html

PowerPoint Presentation

Possible Exam 2 questions for acid rain not in the text

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Chemistry_10_exam_information.htm

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan_Canvas.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan.pdf

1. Read Sections 7.1-7.4.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_7.pdf

2. Consider listening and watching the audio version for Sections 7.1-7.4.

Section 7.1: Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations

Section 7.2: Liquid Water and Water Solutions

Section 7.3:  Precipitation Reactions

Section 7.4: Chemical Changes and Energy

3. Watch the online lectures for Sections 7.1-7.4.

Section 7.1 - Chemical Reactions and Chemical Equations (21:01)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 7.2 - Water and Water Solutions (18:58)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 7.3 - Precipitation Reactions (30:24)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 7.4 - Chemical Changes and Energy (16.01)

PowerPoint Presentation

4. Watch the following animations.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/water_Canvas.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/NaCl_Canvas.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/precipitation_Canvas.html

5. Do Assignment 4 on WebAssign.

https://webassign.net/

6. Convince yourself that you know the Chapters 7 glossary terms.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_7.pdf

7. Test yourself on the Chapter 7 Glossary terms at

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_7_Atoms_Canvas.html

8. For Saturday's exam, convince yourself that you can answer the Key Ideas 21-61, and problems 79-88, 96, 97, 99, 105(a,b), 106(a,b), 107(a,b), 108(a,b), 109, 110(a,b), 111(a,b), 112(a,b) in Chapter 4. You will only be asked to write electron configurations and orbital diagrams for the first 18 elements...hydrogen through argon.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_4.pdf

9. For Saturday's exam, convince yourself that you can work all of the problems in Chapter 5 (except 44-54, 62, 108, 111, 112, and 115-128 that I will not test you on), and the problems in Chapter 6 (except 4-9, 20-52, and 65-144, which you will not be tested on).

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_5.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_6.pdf

10. Be sure you can answer the acid rain questions on the PDF linked below.

Possible Exam 2 questions for acid rain

Bishop_Lecture_Acid_Rain.html

PowerPoint Presentation

11. Make your study sheets for the next exam.

12. Study like crazy for the second exam.

 

Checklist 6 11/16-11/22

1. Read Sections 8.1-8.3, 9.1, 9.3, and 9.4.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_8.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_9.pdf

2. You might also want to read two sections in the chemistry-first version of my text. They describe ozone, stratospheric chemistry, and CFCs. I'll talk about this next Saturday, and it's not in the atoms-first version of my text.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_7_eBook.pdf

3. Consider listening and watching the audio version for Sections 8.1-8.3, 9.1, 9.3, and 9.4.

Section 8.1: Strong and Weak Bases

Section 8.2: pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions

Section 8.3: Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions

Section 8.4: Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Bases

Section 9.1: An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Section 9.3: Types of Chemical Reactions

Section 9.4: Voltaic Cells

4. Watch the online lectures for Sections 8.1-8.3, 9.1, 9.3, and 9.4.

Section 8.1 - Strong and Weak Acids and Bases (24:34)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 8.2 - pH and Acidic and Basic Solutions (8:43)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 8.3 - Arrhenius Acid-Base Reactions (19:24)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 9.1 - An Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction Reactions (10:27)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 9.3 - Types of Chemical Reactions (14:53)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 9.4 - Voltaic Cells (24:17)

PowerPoint Presentation

5. Watch the video on Ozone and CFCs and look at the PowerPoint presentation for it.

Bishop_Lecture_Ozone_and_CFCs.html

PowerPoint Presentation

6. Complete Assignments 3, 4, and 5 and the Chapter 9 assignment on WebAssign.

https://webassign.net/

7. Download the PDF for this week's lab worksheet by clicking on the link below. If you have access to a printer, print the worksheet, follow its instructions, write your answers on the worksheet, use Adobe Scan to take photos of your pages, combine them into one PDF, name your file in a way that identifies you, your class, and the lab, scan it, and upload it to Canvas using the steps described in the second link below. If you do not have a printer, just answer the questions on a separate piece of paper and upload it to Canvas via Adobe Scan. Name your PDF BishopChem10SixBottles.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/5_Six Bottles_Chem_10.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan_Canvas.pdf

8. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 8 glossary terms from Arrhenius base through neutralization reaction and all of the Chapter 9 terms.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_8.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_9.pdf

9. Test yourself on the Chapter 8 and 9 Glossary terms at

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_8_Atoms_Canvas.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_9_Atoms_Canvas.html

10. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 8 Key Ideas and problems except 2, 3, 5-7, 11, 24-28, 44-82.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_8.pdf

11. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 9 Key Ideas and problems except 1-3, 12, 13, 36-54, 59, 60, 63-92, 95-105 .

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_9.pdf

12. Begin to make your study sheets for the next exam.

 

Checklist 7 11/16-11/22

1. Read Sections 16.1 and 16.2.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_16.pdf

3. Consider listening and watching the audio version for Sections 16.1 and 16.3.

Section 16.1: The Nucleus and Radioactivity

Section 16.3: Nuclear Energy

4. Watch the online lectures for Sections 16.1 and 16.2.

Section 16.1 - The Nucleus and Radioactivity (40:36)

PowerPoint Presentation

Section 16.3 - Nuclear Energy (19:16)

PowerPoint Presentation

5. Complete the Chapter 16 Assignments on WebAssign.

https://webassign.net/

6. Download the PDF for this week's lab worksheet by clicking on the link below. If you have access to a printer, print the worksheet, follow its instructions, write your answers on the worksheet, use Adobe Scan to take photos of your pages, combine them into one PDF, name your file in a way that identifies you, your class, and the lab, scan it, and upload it to Canvas using the steps described in the fifth link below. If you do not have a printer, just answer the questions on a separate piece of paper and upload it to Canvas via Adobe Scan. Name your PDF BishopChem10Potato.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Potato_Battery_Data_Sheet.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Potato_Battery_Experiment.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Potato_Battery_Experiment2.html

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Potato_Battery_Experiment3.html

PowerPoint

7. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 16 glossary terms.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_atoms_16.pdf

8. Test yourself on the Chapter 16 Glossary terms at

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Glossary_16_Atoms_Canvas.html

9. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 8 Key Ideas and problems except 2, 3, 5-7, 11, 24-28, 44-82.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_16.pdf

10. Convince yourself that you know the Chapter 9 Key Ideas and problems except 1-3, 12, 13, 36-54, 59, 60, 63-92, 95-105 .

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Study_Guide_atoms_9.pdf

11. Continue making your study sheets for the next exam.

 

Checklist 8 11/23-12/5

    Exam 3 covers ozone and CFCs and the glossary terms and black-numbered key ideas and chapter problems for

    Sections 7.1-7.3: The exam will not include problems 8-10, 37-42, 54-63, and 72-109 in Chapter 7. All glossary terms are possible for the exam.

    Sections 8.1-8.3: The exam will not include problems 2, 3, 5-7, 11, 24-28, 44-82 in Chapter 8. Know the glossary terms from Arrhenius base through neutralization reaction.

    Sections 9.1, 9.3, & 9.4: The exam will not include problems 1-3, 12, 13, 36-54, 59, 60, 63-92, 95-105 in Chapter 9. Know all of the glossary terms for Chapter 9.

    Possible Exam 2 questions for ozone and CFCs not in the text

It will be December 5 from 9:00 am to noon. The exam is open book and open notes. You should have time to look up some information to help you to do the exam, but it's really unlikely that you'll have time to look up everything, so be sure to do some serious studying this week. Many of the exam questions will come from the black numbered problems at the end of chapters for Sections 7.1-7.3, 8.1-8.3, 9.1, 9.3, 9.4, 16.1, and 16.3 (or problems that are very similar). Remember that if you are using the PDF form of my text, there are objective references in the margin next to the problems. When you click on one of them, you'll be taken back to the page in the text where the information necessary to answer the question is found. The Exam Information page at the fourth link below will show you which problems are possible for Exam 3. You can see the lecture on Ozone and CFCs by clicking on the first link below. The second link takes you to the PowerPoint presentation for the lecture. The third link take you to the possible Ozone and CFC definitions and questions. I recommend that you prepare answers to the acid rain questions before the exam.

You will start the exam from the Quizzes section of Canvas. You will monitored by Proctorio. When you complete the exam, you will upload your exam back to Canvas as a PDF created with Adobe Scan. I will send you detailed instructions before the exam. The fifth link below gives you instructions for uploading your file to Canvas. If you have trouble with this (or just want to be sure I get it), you can send it to me as an email attachment using the instructions in the sixth link. Name your PDF BishopChem10Exam3.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

Bishop_Lecture_Ozone_and_CFCs.html

PowerPoint Presentation

Possible Exam 2 questions for ozone and CFCs not in the text

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Chemistry_10_exam_information.htm

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan_Canvas.pdf

https://preparatorychemistry.com/How_to_use_Adobe_Scan.pdf

A little before the exam starts, I will send an email with a PDF of the exam attached. If you can print it, please do so and answer the questions on the printed exam. If you cannot print it, just write your answers on separate sheets of paper. The exam is open book and open notes, but I ask you to do the exam on your own. You should have time to look up some information to help you to do the exam, but it's really unlikely that you'll have time to look up everything, so be sure to do some serious studying this week. Remember that if you are using the PDF form of my text, there are objective references in the margin next to the problems. When you click on one of them, you'll be taken back to the page in the text where the information necessary to answer the question is found. You will return your exam to my Using Adobe Scan. Name your PDF like BishopChem10Exam3.pdf with your last name in the place of mine.

1. If you haven't already done so, you might also want to read two sections in the chemistry-first version of my text. They describe ozone, stratospheric chemistry, and CFCs. This is not in the atoms-first version of my text.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Bishop_Book_7_eBook.pdf

2. If you haven't already done so, watch the video on Ozone and CFCs and look at the PowerPoint presentation for it.

Bishop_Lecture_Ozone_and_CFCs.html

PowerPoint Presentation

Possible Exam 2 questions for ozone and CFCs not in the text

3. Convince yourself that you can answer the possible exam questions relating to ozone and CFCs in the following document.

https://preparatorychemistry.com/Chemistry_10_Exam_3_Topics.pdf