- Welcome to Chemistry 10. On this web page you can find important documents needed for this class. Please refer to the class syllabus for key information.
How do you know what amounts of starting materials you need to produce the desired amount of product?
Prerequisite Skills - Describe the particals of matter; interpret chemical formulas; balance and interpret chemical equations; and express mathematical ratios; solve mathematical proportions; convert among units of measured quantities.
The Mole - Define as a specific number of particles of matter.
Molar Mass - Determine the molar mass of a substance from its chemical formula; convert between the chemical quantities of mass and moles of a substance.
Chemical Equations - Predict the quantities of materials needed and/or produced in chemical reactions from balanced chemical equations.
- The following are other essential and supplementary documents.
UNIT QUIZ (Frigon) : April 3
ENERGY IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Overview of Lessons
- Chemical Energy - fundamental theory of energy in chemical reactions
- Calorimetry - measuring the energy in chemical reactions
- CUMULATIVE EXAM DATE: May 15Note: This exam will include topics from throughout the trimester, with emphasis on chemical energy.
Topics will include
- The chemistry of carbon
- Natural sources of carbon compounds
- Carbon compounds as a major source of energy
- Introduction to the structure, naming, and function of organic compounds
This is an independent lab research project. The schedule of the project is as follows and a link to the Project Assignment Guide is provided below.
: Individual planning/design of an investigation
: Group planning/design of an investigation to be conducted
: Conduct investigation
Lab Report Due Date: Jun 6
Please print and submit a paper copy of your lab report by the due date.
Please access the link below for the Project Assignment Guide. The assignment will be discussed in class.
Project assigned: 4/5/13
Project debate: 4/24 and 4/26/13
Project essay: 5/10/13 (submissions after this date will be considered late)
- The following is the list of acceptable topics with a web link to a reasonable starting source of information. Topics will be selected with a partner during the class introduction to the project.