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Unit 6: Solids, Liquids, and Gases



Day
Wednesday, February 14
1
Focus Question(s):
  • What is  gas pressure and how is it measured?
  • What is the relationship between pressure and volume?

Activities:
  • Free Energy Calc'ns: p. 28, #8-10
  • Any questions on Thermo?
  • Test Comments
  • Introduce Unit 6; discuss gas behavior
  • Discuss Chapter 13.1 Reading (pp. 1-2)/Demonstrations
  • Gas Math: pp. 3-4, #4-8 as Twosomes
  • Lab SLG1: Pressure and Volume
    Collect data and complete Google doc


Homework:   
  • Prep for Unit 5 Test



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Day
Friday, February 16
Day 1.5 of Unit 6

Last day of Unit 5
Focus Question(s):
  • How can gases be described?
  • What did we learn in Unit 5?

Activities:
  • Collect Lab Notebooks
  • Twosomes: The Nature of a Gas (pp. 3-4)
  • Unit 5 Test


Homework:   



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Day
Wednesday, February 21
2
Focus Question(s):
  • How can the volume-temperature relationship be used to predict the final state of a gas if given the initial state?
  • How can the pressure-volume relationship be used to predict the final state of a gas if given the initial state?

Activities:
  • Discuss Chapter 13.2-4 Reading Guide (pp. 5-6)
  • Discuss Gas Law Concepts (selected Qs, pp. 9-12)
  • Gas Law Calculations (selected Qs, pp. 13-17)
  • ChemThink: Kinetic Molecular Model (pp. 21-22)


Homework:   



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Day
Friday, February 23
3
Focus Question(s):
  • How can the P-V-T relationship be used to predict the final state of a gas if given the initial state?
  • How can the P, V, T, and n be related using a single state equation?
  • How is Dalton's Law used in a lab context?

Activities:
  • Review Gas Laws
  • Discuss 13.5-6 Reading Guide (pp. 7-8)
  • Gas Law Calculations (selected Qs, pp. 15+)
  • Lab SLG3: Molar Volume of a Gas
  • If time allows:Gas Stoichiometry (selected Qs, pp. 25-28)


Homework:   



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Day
Tuesday, February 27
4
Focus Question(s):
  • How can gas laws and stoichiometry be combined to analyze a chemical reaction involving gaseous species?
  • How can the kinetic molecular theory be used to explain the behavior of gases?

Activities:
  • Gas Stoichiometry(selected Qs, pp. 25-28)
  • Discuss Kinetic Molecular Theory
    Chapter 13.7-9 Reading Guide (p. 19)
    Kinetic Theory of Gases (pp. 23-24)
  • Lab SLG4: Flick the Bic and Mass the Gas


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Day
Thursday, March 1
5
Focus Question(s):
  • How can gas laws and stoichiometry be combined to analyze a chemical reaction involving gaseous species?
  • What is the molar mass of the gas in a liquid lighter?

Activities:
  • Gas Stoichiometry(selected Qs, pp. 25-28)
  • Science Reasoning: Heating Curve (pp. 33-34)
  • Discuss Chapter 14.1-2 Reading Guide (pp. 29-30)
  • "Steam" Demo
  • Gas Quiz


Homework:   



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Day
Tuesday, March 6
6
Focus Question(s):
  • What is occuring at the particle level during a phase change?

Activities:
  • Discuss Chapter 14.3-4 Reading Guide (pp. 35-36)
  • Intermolecular Forces (pp. 37-41, selected Qs)
  • Lab SLG6: Properties of Liquids


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Day
Thursday, March 8
7
Focus Question(s):
  • What holds a sample of matter together?
  • What effect does intermolecular forces have upon the properties of matter?

Activities:
  • Intermolecular Forces (pp. 37-41, selected Qs)
  • Discuss Chapter 14.5-6 Reading Guide (pp. 43-44)
  • Lab SLG8: Brass Pennies


Homework:   


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Day
Monday, March 12
8
Focus Question(s):
  • What holds a sample of matter together?
  • What effect does intermolecular forces have upon the properties of matter?

Activities:
  • Start Unit 7: Acids, Bases, and Solutions
  • Unit 6 Test


Homework:   
  • To be Announced



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Day
Wednesday, March 14
9
Focus Question(s):
  • How do we quantitatively describe the concentration of a solution?
  • What did we learn this unit?

Activities:
Shortened Blocks/Late Arrival

  • Continue Unit 7: Acids, Bases, and Solutions


Homework:   




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