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Day 12 - Thursday, May 7

Welcome to Day 12 of eLearning. There are two goals today:
  • Learn how to use an ICE Table to complete a difficult Equilibrium problem. This is a strategy that we will use again a couple of lessons later.
  • Become acquainted with LeChatelier's Principle - the focus of our next lesson.

NOTICE: Packet pages are available online. They can be printed as needed. You would not have any of the pages below since we started this unit after the quarantine started.

Here's What to Do:

  1. Mr. H's Video - Equilibrium on ICE    (12 min)

    This is probably the coolest topic you will get in Chemistry class - ICE Tables. Join Mr. H as he demonstrates how to solve an equilibrium problem - honors style. After setting the stage for what is going on, Mr. H goes hrough a couple of examples of how to use an ICE Table to solve an equilibrium problem. This is a must watch video for completion of the WebAssign (next up on the Lesson Plan).


    Additional Practice and Solutions:  Q#1-3 || Q#4-5

  2. WebAssign - ICE Tables    (10 min - 25 min)

    Using the help offered in the above video, complete this 3-question WebAssign.

    The Short Cut Isn't Shorter
    You might think that skipping an ICE Table is a short cut to solving problems like these. It isn't! The 1-2 minutes you save by skipping the ICE Table will be long lost when you're on your fourth try and getting frustrated. Make an ICE Table and get the problems correct the first time.

  3. Shifty LeChatelier Simulation    (15 min - 25 min)

    Visit Google Classroom and complete this short simulation. It uses the same Red-Grey simulation but takes a different twist on things. Use the Google Sheet to complete the Google doc. When done, hand in on Google Classroom. And I promise - it's the last Red-Green simulation of the unit.

  4. Chapter 17.7 Reading Guide on WebAssign    (20 min - 35 min)

    Read Chapter 17.7 of your textbook and complete the WebAssign Reading Guide on LeChatelier's Principle.

*** Take attendance by 1 pm. Check your email for an attendance form from the Attendance office.

Coming Next Class: LeChatelier's Principle ... find out what all this Shift is about.

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