Announcements for Honors Chemistry




12/6/19

posted Dec 6, 2019, 7:35 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: No journal today due to test!

Class: Test #3

HW:  Molar Volume lab due Thurs. 12/12

12/5/19

posted Dec 5, 2019, 12:57 PM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Free day!  Write, write, write!  Turn in your 5 journal entries for this and last week.

Class: Go over Ideal Gas Law practice
Discuss Molar Volume of a Gas lab calculations
Quizizz to review for test (see Remind that I sent you)

HW: Test #3 TOMORROW
Molar Volume of a Gas lab due Thurs. 12/12

12/4/19

posted Dec 4, 2019, 12:53 PM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Questions from today’s lab:
1. Write the balanced equation for the reaction we’ll be doing.
2. How will you dislodge the bubbles stuck to the side of the eudiometer?
3. If the stoppered end of the eudiometer isn’t underwater, what should you do?

Class: Molar Volume of a Gas lab

HW: Ideal Gas Law practice due TOMORROW
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

12/3/19

posted Dec 3, 2019, 12:46 PM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Make a list of the important things you have to remember when solving a problem using the Ideal Gas law.

Class: Finish Ideal Gas Law notes (see slide 26 of 12/2 attachment)
Finish collecting data for R Determination demo
Ideal Gas Law practice
Discuss tomorrow's lab a bit

HW: Read introduction and procedure of Molar Volume lab for TOMORROW
Ideal Gas Law practice due Thurs. 12/5
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

12/2/19

posted Dec 2, 2019, 6:38 AM by Kelly Allen   [ updated Dec 2, 2019, 10:03 AM ]

Journal: Continue your journals on last week’s sheet. Tell me about your Thanksgiving break!
1.What was the best part?
2.What do you wish had been different?
 
Class:  Go over Dalton's Law question
Begin collecting data for R Determination demo
Ideal Gas Law notes (see slides 23-25 of 12/2 attachment)

HW: Test #3 Fri. 12/6

11/26/19

posted Nov 26, 2019, 6:20 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: No journal today due to meeting at the practice football field.

Class: Sweet potato launching!

HW: Boyle's Law lab due Mon. 12/2
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

11/25/19

posted Nov 25, 2019, 12:59 PM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Using what you know about gas laws, explain why cakes “rise” when we put them in the oven. If you don’t know totally, that’s okay. Come up with a reasonable hypothesis.

Class: Go over Boyle's, Charles', Gay-Lussac's, Combined Gas Law practice
Dalton's Law notes (see slides 19-22 of 11/21 attachment)

HW: Bring a sweet potato to class TOMORROW
Boyle's Law lab due Mon. 12/2
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

11/22/19

posted Nov 22, 2019, 11:42 AM by Kelly Allen

Journal: Free day!  Write, write, write!  Turn in your 5 journal entries for the week!

Class: Go over Boyle's Law practice
Charles' Law notes (see slides 11-14 of 11/21 attachment)
Charles' Law practice (even problems; back of Boyle's Law practice)
Gay-Lussac's and Combine Law notes (see slides 15-18 of 11/21 attachment)

HW: Boyle's, Charles', Gay-Lussac's, Combined, and Dalton's Law practice (1-5) due Mon. 11/25
Limiting Reactants/Percent Yield lab due Mon. 11/25
Bring a sweet potato to class Tues. 11/26
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

11/21/19

posted Nov 21, 2019, 12:01 PM by Kelly Allen

Journal: In the Boyle’s Law lab yesterday, what
1.were the variables?
2.factors stayed constant?

Class: Discuss Boyle's Law lab
Boyle's Law notes (see slides 6-10 of 11/21 attachment)

HW: Boyle's Law practice (1-8) due TOMORROW
Limiting Reactants/Percent Yield lab due Mon. 11/25
Bring a sweet potato to class Tues. 11/26
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

11/20/19

posted Nov 20, 2019, 11:03 AM by Kelly Allen   [ updated Nov 20, 2019, 11:06 AM ]

Journal: From your observations of the marshmallow in the vacuum chamber, what do you believe the relationship is between pressure and volume of a gas? Use evidence to support your statement.

Class: More notes on Gas Laws (see slide 5 of 11/19 attachment)
Boyle's Law lab 

HW: Limiting Reactants/Percent Yield lab due Mon. 11/25
Test #3 Fri. 12/6

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