Tuesday 4/3 - How Sublime Complete data collection for Part II Homework: Begin working on analysis and conclusion questions. Completed Lab due Thursday, April 5. Chapter 14 The Behavior of Gases
BIG IDEA: Kinetic Theory Essential Questions: 1) How do gases respond to changes in pressure, volume, and Temperature? 2) Why is the ideal gas law useful even though ideal gases do not exist?
Wednesday 4/4 - Properties of Gases a. Why are gases easier to compress than solids or liquids? b. What are the three factors that affect gas pressure? Warm up Notes: Gas Laws (Slides 1-10) Homework: READ 14.2.
Thursday 4/5 Gas Law Calculations c. How are the pressure, volume, and temperature of a gas related? NOTES: Gas Laws (Slides 11-14) Complete Practice Problems 9-16 & 22, even. Homework: Gas Laws w/s.
Friday 4/6 - Ideal Gases d. How can you calculate the amount of a contained gas when the pressure, volume, and temperature are specified? e. Under what conditions are real gases most likely to differ from ideal gases? Review: Go over Gas Law w/s NOTES: Ideal Gas Law. Homework: Gas Review Sheet, questions 3-6,8,10,12,14, 16 & 18.
Week 31 Monday 4/9 - Gas Laws Calculations ASSESSMENT- Gas Laws QUIZ Complete Practice Problems 26-29. Homework: Finish Practice Problems. READ 14.3. Tuesday 4/10 - Gases: Mixtures and Movements f. How is the ideal gas law used to calculate stoichiometric problems at non- STP conditions? NOTES: Gas Stoichiometry. Homework: Ideal Gas Law and Stoichiometry w/s.
Wednesday 4/11 - Gases: Mixtures and Movements g. How is the total pressure of a gas mixture related to the partial pressures of the component gases? Go over w/s NOTES: Gas Laws 2, Dalton's Law. Homework: READ pp 469-471. Complete Practice Problems 37, 38, and Lesson check #43.
Thursday 4/12 - Gases: Mixtures and Movements h. How does the molar mass of a gas affect the rate at which the gas diffuses or effuses? NOTES: Gas Laws 2, Grahams Law. Homework: READ pp 472-474. Complete Practice Problem 39 and Lesson check # 44, & 45.
Friday 4/13 - Gases: Mixtures and Movements Two More Gas Laws w/s. Homework: READ: "Scuba Diving". Answers must be in complete sentences. (NOTE: This is not an Extra Credit assignment)
Week 32 Monday 4/16 - Gases , Mixtures and Movement Correct w/s Gases Review w/s questions 1,2,7,9,11,13,15,17, & 19-25. Homework: Finish Gas Review w/s.
Tuesday 4/17 - Gases Mixtures and Movements Assessment: Quiz over Gas Laws 2. Homework: Read The Great Gas Plot You tube video
Wednesday 4/18 - Gas Mixtures and Movement Investigation: The Great Gas Plot Homework: Complete Analysis, Conclusion, and Going further 1&2 for Wednesday 4/25.
Thursday 4/19 - The Behavior of Gases Test Review Correct Quiz Homework: Study for Chapter 13 & 14 Test
Friday 4/20 - The Behavior of Gases ASSESSMENT - Test over Chapter 13 & 14 READ section 15.1 Homework: READ Chapter 15 for Wednesday. Complete 3-7 on page 493, 14, 15 & 17 on pg 501, & 20 - 23 on pg 507. Due Wednesday.
Week 33 Monday 4/23 - ELA Testing Classwork/Homework: Work on Analysis, Conclusion and Going Further 1&2 of The Great Gas Plot, Due Thursday. Work on Chapter 15 Assignment. Both Due Wednesday.
Tuesday 4/24 - ELA Testing Classwork/Homework: Work on Analysis, Conclusion and Going Further 1&2 of The Great Gas Plot, due Thursday. Work on Chapter 15 Assignment. Due Wednesday.
Chapter 15/16 Solutions Big Idea: The Mole and Quantifying Matter Essential Questions: 1) How do aqueous solutions form? 2) What properties are used to describe the nature of solutions? 3) In what ways can you quantify the concentration of a solution?
Wednesday 4/25- Homogeneous Aqueous Systems & Solutions a. What type of substances dissolve most readily in water? b. Why are all ionic compounds electrolytes? NOTES: Solutions, (Slides 1-5). Homework: READ 16.1
Thursday 4/26 - Solutions c. What factors affect how fast a substance dissolves? d How can you describe the equilibrium in a saturated solution? e. What factors affect the solubility of a substance? NOTES: Solutions (Slides 6-14). Homework: Nature of Solutions w/s.
Friday 4/27 - The Nature of Science Video
Friday 4/27 - Concentration f. How do you calculate the molarity of the solution? g. What effect does dilution have on the amount of solute? h. How do percent by volume and percent by mass differ? Go over w/s Complete Molarity w/s Homework: READ - 16.2 pp 524-528. Complete Practice Problems 10-13 and Lesson Check 19-21.