Week 8 Chapter 4 - Atomic Structure BIG IDEA: Electrons and the Structure of Atoms Essential Questions: 1. What components make up an atom? 2. How are atoms of one element different from atoms of another element?
Wednesday 10/4 - Distinguishing Among Atoms e. What makes one element different from one another? Go over w/s Warm up For each of the following models, indicate the scientist and his experiment associated with that model. Put them in chronological order: Nuclear model, Billiard ball model, planetary model, plum pudding model. NOTES: Atomic Structure NOTES: Average Atomic Mass, (Slides 1-5). Homework: READ 4.3, pages 100 - 104.
Thursday 10/5 - Distinguishing Among Atoms f. How do isotopes of an element differ? Sample Problems 4.2, & 4.3. Complete Practice Problems 20-25. Be sure to check your answers with those given on pg 875-876. Homework: Atomic Structure w/s, # 1-7
Friday 10/6 - Distinguishing Among Atoms g. How do you calculate the atomic mass of an element? NOTES: Average Atomic Mass, (Slides 6-9). Sample Problem 4.4 Complete Practice problems 27 & 28. Homework - Atomic Structure w/s, 8-10.
Week 9 Chapter 25 - Nuclear Chemistry BIG IDEA - The Nucleus and the Structure of Atoms Essential Questions: 1. What happens when an unstable nucleus decays? 2. How is the structure of atoms altered during fission and fusion? 3. How does nuclear chemistry affect your life?
Monday 10/9 - Planning Day No School
Tuesday 10/10 - Nuclear Reactions Go over Atomic Structure w/s a. How do nuclear reactions differ from chemical reactions? NOTES: The Nucleus. NOTES: Fission & Fusion Homework: Quiz over Atomic Structure Wednesday.
Wednesday 10/11 - Nuclear Transformations (PSAT Testing) NOTES: Fission & Fusion b. What happens in a nuclear chain reaction? c. How do fission reactions and fusion reactions differ? Homework: READ 25.3, pages 830-833.
Thursday 10/12 - Nuclear Radiation and Half-Life ASSESSMENT: Atomic Structure Quiz d. What are three types of nuclear radiation? e. What determines the type of nuclear decay a radioisotope undergoes? Notes: Radioactive Decay. Homework: Read Section 25.1
Friday 10/13 f. How much of a radioactive isotope remains after each half-life? g. What are two ways in which transmutation can occur? Notes: Half Life, Radioactive Decay. Sample Problem 25.1 Classwork: Practice Problems 10, 11, 12, 13. Due at the end of the period. Homework: Read Section 25.2.
Week 10 Monday 10/16 - Radioactive Decay INVESTIGATION: Understanding Half Life, Making an inversely proportional graph Homework: Finish analysis and conclusions
Tuesday 10/17 - Radiation in your Life Warm up How much of a 7.4-mg sample of uranium-235 will remain after 2.8 EE9 years? h. What are some practical uses of radioisotopes? NOTES: Nuclear Applications Correct Quiz Homework: Read 25.4
Wednesday 10/18 - Unit Review Review Chapters 4 & 25 for Test tomorrow. Homework: Study for Test over Chapters 4 & 25.
Chapter 5 - Electrons in Atoms BIG IDEA: Electrons and the Structure of Atoms Essential Questions: 1. How does the quantum mechanical model describe the arrangement of electrons in atoms? 2. What happens when electrons in atoms absorb or release energy?
Friday 10/20 - Revising the Atomic Model a. What did Bohr propose in his model of the atom? Vocabulary: energy level, quantum NOTES: Atomic Timeline Niels Bohr & Erwin Schroedinger(slides 11 - 14) NOTES: Electron Cloud Model (Slides 4-6)
Bohr Model Activity *Choose a number between 1 & 18. *Find your element by the atomic number you picked. *Draw a Bohr Model diagram for your element on your marker board. *Round off the mass listed on the table and subtract the atomic # to find the # of neutrons. *Abbreviate the # of ‘p’ and ‘n’ in the nucleus. *Have a partner check your drawing. *Repeat with a new element. Homework: Bohr Model Diagrams
Week 11 Monday 10/23 - Revising the Atomic Model Warm up Using your workbook, answer questions 2-5 on pages 60-61. Correct w/s. b. What does the Quantum Mechanical model determine about the electrons in an atom? c. How do the sublevels of principle energy levels differ from each other? Vocabulary: quantum mechanical model, atomic orbital. NOTES: Electron Cloud Model , (Slides 1-3). Quantum Numbers (6,9,13) Textbook page 120-123. Figure page 122, and table page 123. Homework: 5.1 Lesson Check #1-6 on page 123.
Tuesday 10/24 - Electron Arrangement in Atoms Warm up Using your workbook, answer questions 7-11 and 14 on pages 61 & 62. Go over hw problem #6. d. What are the three rules for writing the electron configuration of elements? Vocabulary: electron configuration, aufbau principle, Pauli exclusion principle, spin, Hund's rule NOTES: Electron Configuration (Slides 1-6). Electron Configuration Song Sample Problem 5.1. Complete Practice Problems 9-11. Can you do #12, the Challenge? (Hint: Remember the Song). Homework: Finish Practice Problems
Wednesday 10/25 - Electron Arrangement in Atoms d. What are the three rules for writing the electron configuration of elements? Vocabulary: electron configuration, aufbau principle, Pauli exclusion principle, spin, Hund's rule Warm up Using your workbook, answer questions 1-6 on page 62 & 63. Go over hw #12 Go over conclusion to half life lab Correct Test Homework: 5.2 Lesson Check # 13 - 19 on pg 128.
Thursday 10/26 - Atomic Emission Spectra and the Quantum Mechanical Model a. Describe the electromagnetic spectrum in terms of frequency, wavelength, and energy. Vocabulary: amplitude, wavelength, frequency, hertz, electromagnetic radiation, spectrum Warm up - Write the orbital notation and Electron Configuration for N, Se, & Br. Correct hw. NOTES: Waves and Particles (slides 1-5) Homework: Study for quiz over orbital notation and electron configuration tomorrow.
Friday 10/27 - Electron Arrangement in Atoms ASSESSMENT: Orbital Notation and Electron Configuration Atomic Emission Spectra and the Quantum Mechanical Model a. Describe the electromagnetic spectrum in terms of frequency, wavelength, and energy. Vocabulary: amplitude, wavelength, frequency, hertz, electromagnetic radiation, spectrum Workbook: Complete #4-12 on page 66. Homework: READ - 5.3 pages 129-132.
Monday 10/30 - Electomagnetic Spectrum a. Describe the electromagnetic spectrum in terms of frequency, wavelength, and energy. NOTES - The Bohr Model, Waves and Particles cont. (slides 5-7) Sample Practice Problem 5.2, TB pg 133 Homework - Guided Practice Problem WB pages 67-68. Complete Practice Problem 21, TB page 133, (Be sure to check your answers in the back of the book before turning in.) Tuesday 10/31 - Quantum Theory WARM UP: What is the frequency of radiation which has a wavelength of 4.00EE-5 m? In what region of the electromagnetic spectrum is this radiation?
INVESTIGATION: Flame Tests Copy the purpose and complete the data table. Complete "Analyze and Conclude" on page 134. Homework - In Workbook, complete Self-Check Activity 1-7 on page 69, Review Key Equations #1 and Review Vocabulary 1-5 on page 70.
Wednesday 11/1 -Electrons in Atoms Warm Up What is the wavelength of radiation which has a frequency of 7.49 EE 12 Hz? In what region of the electromagnetic spectrum is this radiation? Go over WB pages 69 & 70. Test Review - TB page 140. Homework: Study for Chapter 5 test, pages 116 - 133. Be prepared to turn in workbook pages for Chapter 5 tomorrow. Questions 2-5 on pages 60-61 Questions 7-11 and 14 on pages 61 & 62 Questions 1-6 on page 62 & 63 Questions 4-12 on page 66 Guided Practice Problem WB pages 67-68 Self-Check Activity 1-7 on page 69, Review Key Equations #1 and Review Vocabulary 1-5 on page 70.
Thursday 11/2 - Electrons in Atoms ASSESSMENT - Chapter 5 Test Homework: READ TB 6.1 page 148-153.
Friday 11/3 - Electrons in Atoms Correct Quiz Correct Test