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We will elaborate briefly upon the five different types of chemical reactions and continue converting word equations into skeleton equations and balance them. Furthermore, we will classify each chemical equation based on its type, i.e., synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double … Continue reading
Students in the 4th hour will be evaluated on January 24, 2013 at 9:00-10:30. Note: Bring your textbook to turn in, two #2 pencils, 3 X 5 card notes, and the Periodic Table of the Elements.
ALL STUDENTS NEED TO REVIEW THEIR NOTES, HANDOUTS, CHARTS, GRAPHS, AND CONCEPTS TO BE BETTER PREPARED FOR THEIR FINAL EXAMINATION FOR SEMESTER 1 NEXT WEEK. ON TUESDAY, THE 22ND OF JANUARY, STUDENTS NEED TO COME PREPARED TO ASK SPECIFIC-NOT GENERALIZED-QUESTIONS … Continue reading
Due to time constraints, we will answer Section 7.4 Science Notebook Reading Guide pages 91 through 93 and elaborate upon them through a class discussion of a teaching transparency on said subject as well as assign a study guide for … Continue reading
Chemistry Final Review 1) List the states of matter in terms of increasing density. 2) Explain the reason for this order based upon particle arrangement. 3) Describe differences between the three states of matter in terms of their properties and particle … Continue reading
Students will be evaluated upon their comprehension skills in terms of naming ionic and molecular chemical compounds that are based on their formulas. Furthermore, students are expected to write chemical formulas for the names of ionic and molecular compounds.
Students who feel that they still need further practice on naming compounds and writing formulas are recommended to practice on the given exercise worksheet as a reinforcement to be better prepared for Thursday’s evaluation on this topic. Tomorrow will practice … Continue reading
Students are to complete their Science Notebook Reading Guide on pages 99-101. Moreover, students are to do the study guide on Section 8.2 on naming molecular compounds and review writing ionic compound formulas on the back side of the same … Continue reading
Students will learn the process of naming and writing formulas for molecular compounds per our class discussion as they relate it to the process of naming and writing formulas for ionic compounds and recognize the several differences between the two processes.
Students will practice further on naming and writing formulas of ionic compounds as a homework assignment. Students need to use their periodic table as well as the table on page 221 in their textbooks to aid them in this crucial … Continue reading