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Course Comprehensive 
Drill and Practice 

Matter and Measurement 

Atoms and Elements  Atomic Structure  Electron Configurations and Chemical Periodicity 
Unit #1
 Elements and Atoms 

Basic Principles

Introduction 
Scientific Method 
Units of Measurements 
Confusing Words in 
     Chemistry 
Significant Figures 
Key Concepts 
Mixtures 
Separating Mixtures 



Important Discoveries in Chemistry

Introduction 
Five Important 
     Fundamental Theories in 
     Chemistry 
Discovery of the Electron 
Radioactivity 
Discovery of the Nucleus 
Modern View of the Atom 
Isotopes 



Historical Overview of the Atom
  • Democritis
  • John Dalton
  • J.J. Thomson
  • Ernest Rutherford
  • Neils Bohr


Matter and Its Changes
  • Solids, Liquids, and Gases
  • Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
  • Compounds, Elements, and Mixtures
  • Physical and Chemical Changes


Atomic Structure Notes

Electron Configuration and Peroiodicity
  • Electronic Structure of Atoms
  • Periodicity
  • Periodicity
     Periodic Table Trends   - Families and periods
  - Electron configuration
  - Periodic table trends :
  • atom size
  • ion  size
  • electron affinity
  • electronegativity
  • ionization energy 
    Periodic Table Families

Representative Elements

Introduction 
Properties 
Alkali Metals 
Alkali Earth Metals 
Aluminum 

Transition Metals

Introduction 
Properties of Transition Metals 
Some Transition Metals 

Metalloids

Introduction 
Properties of Metalloids 
Some Metalloids 

Representative Nonmetals

Introduction 
The Nitrogen Family 
The Oxygen Family 
The Halogens 
Noble Gases

Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapters 4, 5

Course Comprehensive Homework Problems
 

Worksheet #1

Worksheet #2

Worksheet #3

Worksheet #4

Review Sheet #1

Wisconsin University Concept Tests

Atomic Mass Lab

Flame Test Lab
 
 


 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Molecules and Compounds 

Unit #2 
Compounds and Molecules

Part I
Nomenclature and Chemical Reactions

Molecules, Ions, and the Periodic Table

Introduction 
Molecules 
Ways of Showing the Composition of Compounds 
Ions 
The Periodic Table 

Naming Compounds

Introduction 
Binary Ionic Compounds - Type I 
Binary Ionic Compounds - Type II 
Polyatomic Ions 
Binary Covalent Compounds 
Acids 
Conclusion 

Inorganic Chemical Nomenclature

  • Naming Binary Compounds
  • Naming of Acids 
  • Naming of Acids with Oxygen
Rules for Naming and Formula Writing

Naming and Writing Formulas Part I

Naming and Writing Formulas Part II

Naming and Writing Formulas Part III

Chemical Composition

  • Molecular weight, percentage composition, Emperical formula
  • Molecular formula from Emperical formula
  • Molecular Masses and Percentage Composition 
Bonding
  •  Lewis Dot Notation 
  •  Ionic Bonds 
  •  Covalent Bonds 
  •  Polar Covalent Bonds 
  •  Lewis Dot Notation Revisited 
  •  Resonance 
  • Ionic and Covalent Bonding 
States of Matter 
  • solid 
  • liquid 
  • gas
  • aqueous 
Chemical Reactions 
  • signs of a reaction
  • types of reactions 
  • predicting products of a reaction
Writing Balanced Chemical Equations 
Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapters 5, 7

Formulas/Name (DP)

Name/Formula (DP)

Worksheet #5

Nomenclature Worksheets:
#1a
#1b
#1c 
#1d
#1e
#1f 
#1g

#2a

Element: Moles and Mass (DP)

Worksheet #6

Balancing Chemical Reactions (DP)

Worksheet #7

Worksheet #8

Worksheet #9

Worksheet #10

Worksheet #11

Worksheet #12

Chemical Formula Lab

Compound Formula Lab

Reaction Types/Reactive Metals Lab
 
 
 

Test : Unit II 2001


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Stoichiometry 

Unit #3  Stoichiometry & the Mole

The Mole And Its Uses

Introduction 
Atomic Mass(Weight) 
The Mole 
Molecular Mass 
Percent Composition 

Determining What Is Reacting

Introduction 
Finding the Formula of a Compound 
Chemical Equations 
Balancing Equations 
Determining How Much Is Produced 
Limiting Reagents 

Required Math Skill:


The Mole Concept

Anaytical Chemistry 


Laboratory Procedures

  • Preparing a Formal Lab Writeup 
Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapters 6, 8

Worksheet #13

Molarity, Mass, Volume(DP)#1

Molarity, Mass, Volume(DP)#2

Mass Relationship in Chemical Reaction(DP)

Worksheet #14

Worksheet #15

Limiting Stoichiometry(DP)

Worksheet #16

Worksheet #17

Combustion Analysis(DP)

Percent Yield Calculations(DP)

Combining Limiting Reagent and Percent Yield(DP)

Worksheet #18

Empirical Formula Lab

Mole Lab


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Principles of Reactivity: Energy and Chemical Reactions 

Unit #4
Energy and   Chemical Reactions

Lecture Notes #10

Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions 

Enthalpy  Q=mc^T  ,   Q=n^H 

Lecture Notes #11

Lecture Notes #12

Lecture Notes #13

Using Bond Energies

Using Heats of Formation

Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapter 27
 

Heat and Temp. Changes for Water(DP)

Heat Transfer - Water(DP)

Heat Transfer - Water with Another Subsatance(DP)

Worksheet #19

Worksheet #20

Worksheet #21

Hess' Law (DP)

Worksheet #22

Worksheet #23

Wisconsin University Concept Test

Thermochemical Lab


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Solutions and their Behavior. 

Unit #5
Solutions

Water, Solutions, and Electrolytes

Importance of Water in Chemical Reactions 
Nonpolar Substances 
Electricity and Solutions 
Composition of Solutions 

Precpipitation Reactions

Introduction 
What is A Precipitation Rection? 
Selective Precipitation 

Lecture Notes #6
Lecture Notes #7
Lecture Notes #8
Lecture Notes #9

Solutions - Ions 

Solubitlity 

Concentration  C = n / V 

Solution Stoichiometry
 

Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapter 14

Worksheet #24

Worksheet #17

Solutions Test


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Gases 

Unit #6
Gas Laws

Gas Part I
Gas Part II
Gas Part III

Lecture Notes #23

Lecture Notes #24

Ideal Gas and Van der Waals

Part II Gas Notes

Gas - The Basics

First Discoveries of Gas 
Units of Pressure 

Boyle's and Charles' Laws

Boyle's Law 
Practice Problems 
Charles's Law 

Practice Problems
Avogadro's Law and the Ideal Gas Law

Avogadro's Law 
Practice Problems 
Ideal Law 

Practice Problems

Practice Problems
More Gas Laws

Gas Stoichiometry 
Dalton's Law of Partial Pessure 
Mole Fraction 
Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gas 

Diffusion and Effusion

Diffusion 
Effusion 
Real Gases

Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapter 

Worksheet #25

Boyle's Law(DP)

Charles' Law(DP)

Avogadro's Law(DP)

Combined Gas Law (DP)

Worksheet #26

Complete Gas Law(DP)

Gas Law Labs
 

Gas Problems


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Unit #7
Structure of a Compound 

Intermolecular Bonds and Forces 

Electronegativity Differences - Bond Types 

Text Readings: 
Addison Wesley Chapters 13,14
 
 

Worksheet #27



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