Final post for spring 2017.
Physics grades are all in. See me if you have any questions.
Chemistry review guides were distributed in class on Thursday, the 18th (available all semester from the link on the website). I’ll answer questions or go over anything you’d like in class.
Expect grades to be final sometime Tuesday afternoon.
Please stay in touch. I expect to be right here. If you’re a senior, I’d enjoy connecting on social media once you graduate.
Good luck & best wishes!
I’ll provide a printed copy of the study guide after the test. We will work on it in class & remediate the test on Friday as need.
GPS: Students will understand the effects motion of atoms and molecules in chemical and physical processes
EQ: What happens to acids & bases in solution?
Gas Law Survey
Organic Chemistry Survey
Notes & demonstrations on both topics
Books will be turned in on Wednesday! Bring it to class!
GPS: SC 7: acids and bases
EQ: What is an indicator?
Lab: What’s the pH of some household items?
Test on Waves & Optics
I’ll alternate going over & discussing things with class with allowing you to work on your own. Your book is due Wednesday. Please bring it to class that day!!
GPS:SC 7: acids and bases
EQ: What are the products of all neutralization reactions?
Continue notes on Acids/Bases.
Speed of Sound lab?
Review Guide & worksheet completion
GPS: SC7: Relate molality to colligative properties
EQ: What is an acid/base?
Check & go over class/homework from yesterday.
Introduction to acids & bases & pH.
GPS: SC7: Prepare and properly label solutions of specified molar concentration
EQ: How is the concentration of a solution measured?
Molarity worksheet, continue notes & review.
B: Warm-up Wave Concepts Review
E: Wiggler lab, online labs?
GPS: SC7: Express concentrations as molarities.
EQ: How can you dilute concentrated solution to a known concentration?
online lab: https://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/concentration
Do the molarity worksheet
B: Warm-up Wave Problems Review
Continue WS from yesterday
GPS: SC7: Observe factors that effect the rate at which a solute dissolves in a specific solvent.
EQ: How can the amount of solute in a solution be expressed?
Notes: demonstration, Check & go over homework WS 1-7