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 Day Tuesday, October 16 1 Focus Question(s): What is the average atomic mass and how is it determined?How do we count the number of atoms in a sample of matter? Activities: Complete Lab DCC4 Demo Inertia, Mass, Force, Atomic Mass Spectroscopy Discuss Atomic Mass Spectroscopy (Packet, p. 1) Discuss Atomic Mass - It's Relative (Packet, p. 2) Counting Atoms (Packet, p. 5) Homework:    WebAssign: Unit ReviewPrepare for the Unit 2 Test Help: Average Atomic Mass (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt)Average Atomic Mass (Tutorial - Dallas ISD)Introduction to the Mole (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt)

 Day Thursday, October 18 1.5 Focus Question(s): What did we learn in Unit 2? How can molar mass and Avogadro's number be used as conversion factors to relate mass, moles, and number of particles? Activities: Continue Unit 3 Activities (~35 minutes): Discuss Chapter 8.1-3 Reading Guide (Packet, pp. 3-4) The Mole and Atomic Mass (p. 6) Molar Mass of Compounds (p. 9) Mole Conversions (Selected Qs from pp. 11-12) Test on Unit 2 (~50 minutes) Homework:    WebAssign: Mole Conversions 1 WebAssign: Chapter 8:5-6 Reading Guide Help: Introduction to the Mole (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt) Mass to Mole to Particle Conversions (ChemTeam)Gram to Mole Conversions (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt)

 Day Monday, October 22 2 Focus Question(s): How can molar mass and Avogadro's number be used as conversion factors to relate mass, moles, and number of particles?How can one detemine the mass % of the various elements in a compound? Activities: Discuss Chapter 8:5-6 Reading Guide (pp. 7-8)Mole Conversions (pp. 11-12, selected problems) Lab QCC1: The Mole Challenge (if time allows) Molar Mass and % Composition (pp. 13-14: 1-2 compounds) Lab QCC3 - Magnesium Oxide Analysis Homework:    WebAssign:  Chapter 8.7-8.9 Rdg Guide WebAssign: Mole Conversions 2 Help: Mass to Mole to Particle Conversions (ChemTeam)Gram to Mole Conversions (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt)Percent Compositioni by Mass (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt) Mass % Composition (About Chemistry)

 Day Wednesday, October 24 3 & 4 (double period) Focus Question(s): How can one detemine the mass % of the various elements in a compound?How can experimental methods be used to determine the emperical and molecular formulas of a compound? Activities: Complete Lab QCC3 - Magnesium Oxide AnalysisStart Lab QCC2 - Chew On This!Molar Mass and Percent Compos'n (pp. 13-14, #1c-#3c, #4)Discuss Chapter 8.7-8.9 Rdg Guide (pp. 15-16)Lab QCC2 - Chew On This! Final Measurement Start Mass Composition ... (pp. 17-18, Q#1, Q#2)Complete Write up Lab QCC2 - Chew On This! Break between Blocks 1 and 2 Review Emperical Formulas (pp. 15-16)Mass Composition and Emperical and Molecular Formulas (pp. 17-18, Q1)Project: Crash of Avogadro Airlines Flight 1023 (pp. 19-20);Use Google Sheets for Calculations Homework:    WebAssign:  Percent CompositionLab Notebooks are due (Rutherford Sim'n, Labs DCC2, DCC3, DCC4, QCC2, and QCC3) Help: Percent Compositioni by Mass (YouTube - Tyler DeWitt) Mass % Composition (About Chemistry)Emperical Formula (ChemTeam) Emperical Formula (Purdue University)Emperical Formula (Khan academy video)

 Day Friday, October 26 5 Focus Question(s): How can experimental methods be used to determind the emperical and molecular formulas of a compound?In what way does a balance chemical equation relate the amounts (#particles, moles, mass) of reactants to the amount of products? Activities: Review Emperical Formulas (pp. 15-16)Mass Composition and Emperical and Molecular Formulas (pp. 17-18, Q1, Q2, Q3, Q5)Google Sheets - Crash of Avogadro Airlines ... As time allows: Introduction to Stoichiometry (pp. 21-22) Homework:    WebAssign: Emperical/Molecular FormulaeWebAssign: Chapter 9.1-9.3 Rdg Guide (pp. 23-24) Work on Crash of Avogadro Airlines Flight 1023 (pp. 19-20) Help: Emperical Formula (ChemTeam) Emperical Formula (Purdue University)Emperical Formula (Khan Academy video)

 Day Tuesday, October 30 6 Focus Question(s): In what way does a balanced chemical equation relate the amounts (#particles, moles, mass) of reactants to the amount of products?What is the experimentally determined mole ratio of copper(II) to silver in the single replacement reaction of silver nitrate with copper? Activities: Think Sheet: Stoichiometry and Mole Island (selected Qs from pp. 25-26)Think Sheet: StoiCHEoMISTRY (pp. 27-28, selected Qs)Lab QCC4 - Copper and Silver NitrateCheck Chapter 9.1-9.3 Rdg Guide (pp. 23-24)Quiz on first half of Chapter 3 Homework:    WebAssign: Stoichiometry 1Complete Crash of Avogadro Airlines Flight 1023 Help: Maybe next year. Stop back then.

 Day Thursday, November 1 7 Focus Question(s): In what way does a balance chemical equation relate the amounts (#particles, moles, mass) of reactants to the amount of products? Activities: Shortened Periods - Late Arrival Think Sheet: StoiCHEoMISTRY (pp. 27-28, selected Qs)Final Measurements for Lab QCC4; data analysisCheck Chapter 9.1-9.3 Rdg Guide (pp. 23-24)Quiz on first half of Chapter 3 Homework:    Complete Crash of Avogadro Airlines Flight 1023WebAssign: Stoichiometry 2 Help: Maybe next year. Stop back then.

 Day Monday, November 5 8 Focus Question(s): How can one analyze a chemical reaction system when amounts of reactants are present in non-stoichiometric amounts? What considerations are important in the chemical industry when manufacturing a chemical product? Activities: Think Sheet: Stoichiometry - Limiting Reactants (pp. 31-34)Work Time/Free Time -30 minutes == View Quiz Key; ask Questions == Finish Lab QCC4 == Avogadro's Flight 1023 == Wednesday's WebAssign == Check Chapter 9.1-9.3 Rdg Guide (pp. 23-24) Conversion Factor Mania: p. 35, Q#15Limiting Reactant Problem: p. 35, Q316 Homework:    WebAssign: Chapter 9.4-9.5 Rdg GuideWebAssign: Stoichiometry 3 Help: Maybe next year. Stop back then.

 Day Wednesday, November 7 9 Focus Question(s): How can one analyze a chemical reaction system when amounts of reactants are present in non-stoichiometric amounts?What is percent yield and how is it determined? What considerations are important in the chemical industry when manufacturing a chemical product? Activities: Discuss Chapter 9.4-9.5 Rdg Guide (p. 29)"Excess Reactant" Problem: p. 36, Q#18Practice: p. 35+, Q#20, #17Percent Yield: pp. 37-38, Q#1, 2, 4, 5Industrial Stoichiometry (pp. 39-40)Demo: Dehydration of Sucrose Homework:    WebAssign: Stoichiometry 4WebAssign: Chapter 11.1-5 Reading Guide Start Preparing for Thursday's Test Help: Nothing at the moment. Check back next year.

 Day Friday, November 9 (Day 1 of Unit 4) Focus Question(s): How can one analyze a chemical reaction system when amounts of reactants are present in non-stoichiometric amounts?What is percent yield and how is it determined?What is a quantum model of the atom and what was the experimental evidence that led to its acceptance? Activities: Discuss Tuesday's TestReview/Complete % Yield Discussions (pp. 37-38) Discuss Unit 4: Atomic Structure Light and Energy; Packet, p. 3, Q#1-3 Discuss Wave-Particle Duality (TedED video); Image; Plank's Equation; line spectra; Packet, p. 3, Q#4-5 Bohr's Quantum Model of the Atom: Video; Packet, p. 4; Confetti Demo Homework: WebAssign: Stoichiometry 5Prepare for Unit 3 Test Help: Maybe next year. Stop back then.

 Day Tuesday, November 13 10 Focus Question(s): What did we learn this past unit? How can a line spectra of an element to identify an element? Activities: Lab AMM1 - Elemental Fingerprints Unit 3 Test Homework:    WebAssign: Unit 4 Topics Help: Maybe next year. Stop back then.

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