# مكتبة الباوربوينت للثانوية العامة ( رياضيات - كيمياء - فيزياء - أحياء )عربي - لغات

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## مكتبة الباوربوينت للثانوية العامة ( رياضيات - كيمياء - فيزياء - أحياء )عربي - لغات

*مكتبة الباوربوينت للثانوية العامة ( رياضيات - كيمياء - فيزياء - أحياء )عربي - لغات*

Crossword puzzle and periodic table activity.

Crossword puzzle and periodic table activity.

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*Atomic model*

*Historical overview of the atom from Democritus to Bohr.*

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*Alkali Metals Lab*

*Combining alkali metals with water – what could be more fun than explosions?*

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*Periodic Trends*

*Examining how ionization energy and electron affinity change with an element's position on the periodic table.*

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*Ionic Bonding*

Lewis dot diagrams and chemical bonding between metals and nonmetals.

Lewis dot diagrams and chemical bonding between metals and nonmetals.

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Covalent Bonding

Chemical bonding between two nonmetals (a continuation of yesterday's worksheet).

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Physical Properties Lab

Comparing the physical properties of two solids. (This is a good time to teach students how to light and use Bunsen burners.)

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Covalent Bonding

Chemical bonding between two nonmetals (a continuation of yesterday's worksheet).

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Physical Properties Lab

Comparing the physical properties of two solids. (This is a good time to teach students how to light and use Bunsen burners.)

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Electronegativity

Using electronegativity to predict bond strength and solubility. The

second half of today's class is spent learning element names and

symbols.

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Electronegativity

Using electronegativity to predict bond strength and solubility. The

second half of today's class is spent learning element names and

symbols.

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Naming

Rules for naming ionic and covalent compounds.

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Naming

Rules for naming ionic and covalent compounds.

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Continuing yesterday's work. Rules for naming acids, bases, and hydrates.

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Continuing yesterday's work. Rules for naming acids, bases, and hydrates.

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Naming Review

It is difficult to name all types of compounds. Today's assignment is a

good way for students to gauge their understanding of this topic.

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Naming Review

It is difficult to name all types of compounds. Today's assignment is a

good way for students to gauge their understanding of this topic.

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Types of chemical reactions

Reaction types include synthesis, decomposition, single displacement,

and double displacement. Part 1 is set up as a lab but is better as a

demonstration. Students should do part 2 themselves - it's fun.

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Types of chemical reactions

Reaction types include synthesis, decomposition, single displacement,

and double displacement. Part 1 is set up as a lab but is better as a

demonstration. Students should do part 2 themselves - it's fun.

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The Activity Series

Predicting chemical reactions using the activity series. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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The Activity Series

Predicting chemical reactions using the activity series. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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Review

Review of unit 1: matter and chemical bonding.

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Review

Review of unit 1: matter and chemical bonding.

*Unit 2: Quantities in Chemical Reactions*

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Proportions

Proportions and percentage composition – lab and calculations.

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Proportions

Proportions and percentage composition – lab and calculations.

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Significant Digits

Significant digits and isotopic abundance.

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Significant Digits

Significant digits and isotopic abundance.

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The Mole

Introducing the mole concept. Today's lesson is brief, which leaves time to return and discuss the tests from Unit 1.

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The Mole

Introducing the mole concept. Today's lesson is brief, which leaves time to return and discuss the tests from Unit 1.

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Molar Mass

Molar mass and simplest formula calculations (see yesterday's lesson for files).

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Molecular Formula

Empirical (i.e. simplest) and molecular formula calculations.

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Molar Mass

Molar mass and simplest formula calculations (see yesterday's lesson for files).

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Molecular Formula

Empirical (i.e. simplest) and molecular formula calculations.

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Hydrates Lab

Applying the molecular calculations from yesterday to determine the number of moles in a hydrate.

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Hydrates Lab

Applying the molecular calculations from yesterday to determine the number of moles in a hydrate.

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Balancing Equations

Balancing chemical equations and balancing nuclear equations.

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Balancing Equations

Balancing chemical equations and balancing nuclear equations.

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Calcium Lab

The reaction of calcium with water.

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Calcium Lab

The reaction of calcium with water.

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Factor Label Method

Introducing the factor label method, which will be used for all subsequent lessons in this unit.

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Factor Label Method

Introducing the factor label method, which will be used for all subsequent lessons in this unit.

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Stoichiometry

Introducing stoichiometry - used to calculate the relative quantities of two chemicals in a reaction.

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Stoichiometry

Introducing stoichiometry - used to calculate the relative quantities of two chemicals in a reaction.

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Continuing the calculations from yesterday.

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Limiting Reagents

Limiting reagents adds another layer of complexity to stoichiometry.

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Continuing the calculations from yesterday.

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Limiting Reagents

Limiting reagents adds another layer of complexity to stoichiometry.

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Limiting Reagents Lab

Using the concepts from yesterday's lesson to predict the limiting reagent in a reaction.

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Limiting Reagents Lab

Using the concepts from yesterday's lesson to predict the limiting reagent in a reaction.

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Completing yesterday's lab and the calculations from the first "Limiting Reagents" class.

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Percentage Yield

Comparing theoretical and actual yields to determine percentage yield. Builds on stoichiometry and limiting reagents.

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Completing yesterday's lab and the calculations from the first "Limiting Reagents" class.

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Percentage Yield

Comparing theoretical and actual yields to determine percentage yield. Builds on stoichiometry and limiting reagents.

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Continuing the percentage yield calculations from yesterday.

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Review

Review of unit 2: quantities in chemical reactions.

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Continuing the percentage yield calculations from yesterday.

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Review

Review of unit 2: quantities in chemical reactions.

*Unit 3: Solutions and Solubility*

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Solubility

Introduction to solubility, including a discussion of intermolecular forces.

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Solubility

Introduction to solubility, including a discussion of intermolecular forces.

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Concentration

Concentration = quantity of solute ÷ quantity of solution. This lesson

focuses on concentration calculations (V/V, W/W, W/V, ppm, ppb, mol/L).

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Concentration

Concentration = quantity of solute ÷ quantity of solution. This lesson

focuses on concentration calculations (V/V, W/W, W/V, ppm, ppb, mol/L).

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Molar Solutions

Making molar solutions from solids – procedure and calculations. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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Molar Solutions

Making molar solutions from solids – procedure and calculations. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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Making molar solutions from liquids – similar to molar solutions from

solids except pipettes are used to measure moles (via volume). (Note:

brief lab activity.)

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Making molar solutions from liquids – similar to molar solutions from

solids except pipettes are used to measure moles (via volume). (Note:

brief lab activity.)

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Net Ionic Equations

Writing net ionic equations by breaking salts into ions: e.g. MgCl2(aq) really means Mg2+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq).

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Net Ionic Equations

Writing net ionic equations by breaking salts into ions: e.g. MgCl2(aq) really means Mg2+(aq) + 2Cl–(aq).

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Solubility Rules

Today's lab involves a series of double displacement reactions that

yield precipitates. Results are summarized as a series of solubility

rules.

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Solubility Rules

Today's lab involves a series of double displacement reactions that

yield precipitates. Results are summarized as a series of solubility

rules.

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Finishing the questions from yesterday's lesson.

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Solubility Curves

Students investigate the solubility of a chemical at different

temperatures. Class data is plotted to create a "solubility curve".

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Finishing the questions from yesterday's lesson.

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Solubility Curves

Students investigate the solubility of a chemical at different

temperatures. Class data is plotted to create a "solubility curve".

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Water Treatment

Water treatment crossword puzzle.

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Water Treatment

Water treatment crossword puzzle.

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Solutions Stoichiometry

Extending the stoichiometry calculations from Unit 2 to include solutions.

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Solutions Stoichiometry

Extending the stoichiometry calculations from Unit 2 to include solutions.

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Conductivity Lab

Students investigate why some solutions conduct electricity but others do not.

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Conductivity Lab

Students investigate why some solutions conduct electricity but others do not.

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Acids & Bases

Looking at acid/base properties, pH, the Arrhenius definition of acids

and bases, and the Bronsted-Lowry concept. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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Acids & Bases

Looking at acid/base properties, pH, the Arrhenius definition of acids

and bases, and the Bronsted-Lowry concept. (Note: brief lab activity.)

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Neutralization

Writing and balancing neutralization reactions.

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Neutralization

Writing and balancing neutralization reactions.

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Titration

Titration: the quantitative analysis of neutralization reactions. Note:

teachers should spend time before the lab showing students how to set up

and use equipment.

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Titration

Titration: the quantitative analysis of neutralization reactions. Note:

teachers should spend time before the lab showing students how to set up

and use equipment.

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Finishing yesterday's work. Students compete in a competition to see who is "best with a burette".

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Review

Review of unit 3: solutions and solubility.

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Finishing yesterday's work. Students compete in a competition to see who is "best with a burette".

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Review

Review of unit 3: solutions and solubility.

*Unit 4: Gases & Atmospheric Chemistry*

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KMT

Introduction to gases, starting with a discussion of the Kinetic Molecular Theory. Students complete questions 1-10.

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KMT

Introduction to gases, starting with a discussion of the Kinetic Molecular Theory. Students complete questions 1-10.

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Pressure

Finishing yesterday's lesson, including demonstrations. The last

demonstration is more dramatic with a balloon rabbit. This lesson is

short to give time to return tests from Unit 3.

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Boyle's Law

Students investigate the mathematical relationship between pressure and volume (i.e. Boyle's Law).

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Pressure

Finishing yesterday's lesson, including demonstrations. The last

demonstration is more dramatic with a balloon rabbit. This lesson is

short to give time to return tests from Unit 3.

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Boyle's Law

Students investigate the mathematical relationship between pressure and volume (i.e. Boyle's Law).

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Charles's Law

Finishing the Boyles' Law questions from last class. The second half of today's lesson is spent on Charles's Law.

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Charles's Law

Finishing the Boyles' Law questions from last class. The second half of today's lesson is spent on Charles's Law.

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Combined Gas Law

Combining Boyle's Law and Charles's Law to get the "combined gas law".

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Combined Gas Law

Combining Boyle's Law and Charles's Law to get the "combined gas law".

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Weighing Gases Lab

How do you weigh a gas? In today's lab, students find out.

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Weighing Gases Lab

How do you weigh a gas? In today's lab, students find out.

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Partial Pressures

Dalton's law of partial pressures: the total pressure of a mixture of

gases is equal to the sum of the pressure of individual gases.

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Partial Pressures

Dalton's law of partial pressures: the total pressure of a mixture of

gases is equal to the sum of the pressure of individual gases.

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Molar Volume Lab

In today's lab, students determining the "molar volume" of hydrogen gas.

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Molar Volume Lab

In today's lab, students determining the "molar volume" of hydrogen gas.

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Ideal Gas Law

The ideal gas law (PV=nRT), like the other gas laws, is used to

calculate one unknown variable when all other variables are known.

(Note: brief lab activity.)

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Ideal Gas Law

The ideal gas law (PV=nRT), like the other gas laws, is used to

calculate one unknown variable when all other variables are known.

(Note: brief lab activity.)

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Gas Stoichiometry

Extending the stoichiometry calculations from Unit 2 to include gases.

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Gas Stoichiometry

Extending the stoichiometry calculations from Unit 2 to include gases.

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Review

Review of unit 4: gases & atmospheric chemistry.

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Review

Review of unit 4: gases & atmospheric chemistry.

*Unit 5: Hydrocarbons and Energy*

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Foods Lab

Introduction to organic chemistry.

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Foods Lab

Introduction to organic chemistry.

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Hydrocarbon Models

Students build models and draw diagrams of hydrocarbons: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and aromatics.

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Hydrocarbon Models

Students build models and draw diagrams of hydrocarbons: alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, and aromatics.

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Combustion

Students investigate the products of complete and incomplete combustion.

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Combustion

Students investigate the products of complete and incomplete combustion.

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Hydrocarbon Naming

Organic nomenclature follows a different set of rules than inorganic

nomenclature. Students learn these rules and try several examples.

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Hydrocarbon Naming

Organic nomenclature follows a different set of rules than inorganic

nomenclature. Students learn these rules and try several examples.

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This period is spent entirely on practice problems. Students apply the rules they learned yesterday.

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This period is spent entirely on practice problems. Students apply the rules they learned yesterday.

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Chemsketch

Students learn to use ChemSketch - a program for drawing organic molecules. A computer lab with ChemSketch installed is needed.

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Isomers & Polymers

Students build models of isomers (compounds with the same chemical

formula but different structures) and polymers (long chains of

carbon-containing monomers).

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Chemsketch

Students learn to use ChemSketch - a program for drawing organic molecules. A computer lab with ChemSketch installed is needed.

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Isomers & Polymers

Students build models of isomers (compounds with the same chemical

formula but different structures) and polymers (long chains of

carbon-containing monomers).

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Alkanes and alkenes Lab

Comparing the chemical properties of alkanes and alkenes to illustrate

the reactivity of a double bond. This is a lab, but it may be better as a

demonstration.

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Alkanes and alkenes Lab

Comparing the chemical properties of alkanes and alkenes to illustrate

the reactivity of a double bond. This is a lab, but it may be better as a

demonstration.

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Thermochemistry

Concepts related to thermochemistry are introduced, including calorimetry, heat capacity, molar heat of reaction, etc.

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Thermochemistry

Concepts related to thermochemistry are introduced, including calorimetry, heat capacity, molar heat of reaction, etc.

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Candle Lab

Students determine the molar heat of combustion for paraffin wax, applying the concepts learned in yesterday's lesson.

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Candle Lab

Students determine the molar heat of combustion for paraffin wax, applying the concepts learned in yesterday's lesson.

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Bond Energies

Using bond energies to predict the energy change when atoms rearrange themselves in chemical reactions.

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Bond Energies

Using bond energies to predict the energy change when atoms rearrange themselves in chemical reactions.

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Review

Review of unit 5: hydrocarbons and energy.

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Review

Review of unit 5: hydrocarbons and energy.

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Exam Review

Review of the course, mainly focusing on calculations.

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Exam Review

Review of the course, mainly focusing on calculations.

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*Atomic Structure*

An overview of the model of the atom, stopping at Bohr and introducing EM radiation.

An overview of the model of the atom, stopping at Bohr and introducing EM radiation.

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