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ChemistryintheCommunity

1st Quarter Introduction to Matter


Unit 0: Getting to Know Chemistry on the Community
Section A: The Central Science
What is Chemistry?
(Pg. 3)
Concept Check-1
(Pg. 4)
A.1: What In The World Is
Chemistry (Pg. 5)
A.2 Making Decisions: Why
Study Chemistry (Pg. 6)

Course Introduction (defining Chemistry)


Course Introduction (defining Chemistry)
Course Introduction (defining Chemistry)
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Section B: Living With Communities


ChemQUANDARY:
Visions of Community
(Pg.7)
Section C Inquiry and
Investigation: How do
Chemists investigate?
(Pg. 8)
C.1: Investigating Safety
(Pg. 8-9)
C.2 Developing Skills:
Safety in Lab and Life
(Pg. 10)
C.3 Investigating Matter:
Density Solids Liquids
(Pg. 11-14)
Section D Leaning and
Applying Chemistry: How is
ChemCom designed to

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CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.1: Apply established rules for significant digits, both in reading a scientific instrument and in calculating a derived
quantity from measurement.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.3: Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and
accuracy of each particular instrument.
CAa.1: Apply established rules for significant digits, both in reading a scientific instrument and in calculating a derived
quantity from measurement.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.

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help you learn and apply
chemistry
(Pg. 15)
Concept Check 2
(Pg.15)
D.1: Learning Opportunities
in ChemCom Unit (Pg. 16)
D.2 Developing Skills:
Exploring Structure of a
ChemCom Unit
(Pg. 17-18)
Putting It All Together:
Welcome to Chemistry
(Pg.19-23)

CAa.3: Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and
accuracy of each particular instrument.
CAa.1: Apply established rules for significant digits, both in reading a scientific instrument and in calculating a derived
quantity from measurement.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.3: Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and
accuracy of each particular instrument.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Unit 1: Materials Formulating Matter


Student Voices for Change:
Greener Than
Greenbacks?
(Pgs. 22-23)

CAa.1: Apply established rules for significant digits, both in reading a scientific instrument and in calculating a derived
quantity from measurement.
CAa.2: Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a
scientific investigation.
CAa.3: Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and
accuracy of each particular instrument. Recommend Use as Quarter 1 Assessment

Section A: Building Blocks of Chemistry


Concept Check 1
(Pg. 25)
A.1 Investigating Matter:
Exploring Properties of
Matter
(Pg. 25-30)
A.2: Properties Make the
Difference
(Pg. 31)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.

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A.3 Developing Skills:
Physical and Chemical
Properties (Pgs. 32-33)
A.4 Properties Matter:
Designing the Penny
(Pg. 34)

Concept Check 2
(Pg. 35)
A.5: The Particle View of
Matter
(Pgs. 35-36)
A.6: Symbols, Formulas
and Equations
(Pgs. 36-37)
A.7 Developing Skills:
Chemical Symbols and
Formulas
(Pg. 38)
A.8 Modeling Matter:
Pictures in the Mind
(Pg. 38-40)
A.9: The Elements
(Pg. 41-42)
A.10 Investigating Matter:
Metal or Non Metal
(Pgs.42-44)
A.11 Making Decisions: Its
Only Money
(Pg. 45-46)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity). (Pre-requisite)
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAd.1: Explain the role of bonding in achieving chemical stability. (Pre-requisite)
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).

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Section A Summary
(Pgs. 47-49)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

Section B: Periodic Trends


Concept Check 3
(Pg. 50)
B.1 Making Decisions:
Early Periodic Tables
(Pg. 51)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).

B.2: Early Periodic Tables


(Pg. 52)

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.

B.3: Electrical Nature of


Matter
(Pg. 53)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.

B.4: Modern Periodic


Table
(Pgs. 54-55)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.

B.5 Developing Skills:


Counting Subatomic
Particles
(Pgs. 56-57)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.

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B.6 Developing Skills:
Periodic Variations in
Properties
(Pgs.57-60)
B.7: Organization of the
Periodic Table
(Pg. 61)
B.8 Developing Skills:
Predicting Properties
(Pgs. 62-63)
B.9 Investigating Matter:
Periodic Trends and
Concepts
(Pgs. 63-64)
Concept Check 4
(Pg. 65)
B.10: Ions and Ionic
Compounds
(Pgs. 65-67)
B.11 Modeling Matter
Ionic Compounds
(Pgs. 67-70)
B.12 Investigating Matter:
Relative and Reactivities
of Metals (Pgs. 71-72)
B.13: Medal Reactivity
(Pg. 73)
ChemQuandry: Discovery
of Metals
(Pgs. 74-75)
B.14 Developing Skills:

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers. (If time permits)
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity). (If time permits)
CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.CAd.4: Classify
compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on whether their outer
electrons are transferred or shared.CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary
ionic compounds, and represent that ratio in a chemical formula.CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and
recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and double replacement) as being balanced or not
balanced. (Pre-requisite)
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).

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Trends in Metal Reactivity
(Pgs. 75-76)
B.15 Making Decisions:
Characteristics of
Currency
(Pg. 76)

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).

Section B Summary
(Pgs. 77-79)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

Chemistry at Work:
Pyrotechnic
Chemistry(Pgs. 80-81)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section C: Minerals and Moles


Concept Check 5
(Pg. 83)
C.1 Making Decisions:
Metal Resources,
Production, Use
(Pg. 83-85)
C.2: Sources and Uses of
Metals

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.

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C.3 Investigating Matter:
Extracting Zinc
(Pgs.89-90)
C.4: Composition of
Materials
(Pg. 91)
C.5 Developing Skills:
Applications of Percent
Compositions
(Pgs. 92-93)
C.6: Introduction to the
Mole Concept
(Pg.93-97)
C.7 Developing Skills:
Molar Masses
(Pg. 98)
Concept Check 6
(Pg. 98)
C.8: Moles and Percent
Composition
(Pg. 99)
C.9 Developing Skills:
Percent Composition
(Pgs. 100-101)
C.10: Mining and Refining
(Pg. 101-104)
C.11 Modeling Matter:
Electrons and Redox
Processes
(Pgs. 105-107)
C.12 Investigating Matter:
Copper Plating
(Pgs.107-108)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass. (Pre-requisite)

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass. (Pre-requisite)

CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).

CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).

CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

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C.13: Electroplating
(Pg. 108-109)
C.14: The Life Cycle of a
Material
(Pg. 110)
C.15 Making Decisions: The
Life Cycle of a Coin (Pg.
111)

Section C Summary
(Pg. 112-115)

CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.
CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.

CAa.7: Evaluate a technological design or product on the basis of designated criteria.


CAa.7: Evaluate a technological design or product on the basis of designated criteria.
CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.
CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.
CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

Section D: Conservation and Chemical Equations


Concept Check 7
(Pg.116)
D.1: Examining Chemical
Reactions
(Pgs. 117-118)
D.2 Modeling Matter:
Representing Reactions
(Pg. 118-121)

CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.(Pre-requisite)
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions)..
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

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D.3: Keeping Track of
Atoms
(Pgs. 121-123)
D.4 Developing Skills:
Accounting for Atoms
(Pgs. 124-126)
D.5: Natures
Conservation Balanced
Chemical Equations
(Pgs. 126-128)
D. 6 Developing Skills:
Writing Chemical
Evaluations
(Pgs.129-131)

CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

Concept Check 8
(Pg. 131)

CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.

D.7 Investigating Matter:


Striking It Rich
(Pgs. 132-133)

CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations. (Pre-requisite)
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).

D.8 Combining Atoms:


Alloys
(Pgs. 134-136)
Chem Quandary: Five
Cents of Worth
(Pgs. 134-135)
D.9: Conservation in the
Community (Pgs. 136-138)
D.10 Making Decisions:
Rethinking, Reusing,
Reducing, Recycling
(Pg. 139)

CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.

CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.

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Section D Summary
(Pg. 140-142)

CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.5: Predict the ratio by which the representative elements combine to form binary ionic compounds, and represent that
ratio in a chemical formula.
CAd.6: Distinguish between chemical changes (including the formation of gas or reactivity with acids) and physical changes
(including changes in size, shape, color, and/or phase).
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAd.13: Describe the recycling of metal, glass, plastic and paper products, and outline its benefits.

Putting It All Together:


Making a Case for
Currency
(Pg. 143-145)

CAa.7: Evaluate a technological design or product on the basis of designated criteria.

2nd Quarter - Gases


Unit 2: Air: Designing Scientific Investigations
Air: Designing Scientific
Investigations (Pgs. 146-150)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section A: Properties of Gases


Concept Check 1
(Pg. 152)

CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.

A.1 Investigating Matter:


Properties of Gasses

CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.

(Pg. 152-155)

(Pg. 158)

CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.

A.3 Developing Skills:


Applications of Pressure

CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.

A.2: Pressure
(Pgs. 156-157)
Concept Check 2

(Pg. 159)

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A.4: Atmospheric
Pressure
(Pgs. 160-161)
A. 5: Pressure-Volume
Behavior of Gases
(Pgs. 161-164)
A. 6 Developing Skills:
Predicting Gas Behavior
(Pgs. 164-165)
A. 7: Designing Scientific
Investigations Getting
Started
(Pgs. 165-166)
A. 8 Developing Skills:
Designing an Experiment
to Investigate
Temperature Volume
Relationships
(Pgs. 167-168)
A. 9 Investigating Matter:
Exploring Volume
Behavior of Gases
(Pg. 168-169)
A.10: Temperature Volume Behavior of
Gases
(Pgs. 170-172)
A.11 Developing Skills:
Using Gas Relationships
(Pgs. 172-173)
Concept Check 3
(Pg. 173)
A.12: TemperaturePressure Behavior of

CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.

CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.

CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.

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Gases
(Pg. 174)
A.13 Developing Skills:
Using Gas Relationships
(Pgs. 174-175)
A.14 Making Decisions:
Asking Questions
Gathering Evidence
(Pgs. 175-176)

Section A Summary
(Pgs. 177-179)

CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).

Section B: Physical Behavior or Gases


Concept Check 4
(Pg. 180)

B.1: Atoms and Molecules


in Motion
(Pg. 181-183)
B.2 Modeling Matter:
Understanding Kinetic
Molecular Theory
(Pg. 184-185)
B.3: Scientific Theories,
Models, Laws
(Pgs. 185-186)
B.4: The Ideal Gas Law

CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).

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ChemistryintheCommunity
(Pgs. 186-188)
B.5 Developing Skills:
Using the Ideal Gas Law
(Pg. 189)
Concept Check 5
(Pg. 190)
B.6: Non-Ideal Gas
Behavior
(Pg. 190)
B.7: Temperature Heat
and Phase Changes
(Pgs. 191-192)
B.8 Investigating Matter:
Phase Changes (Pgs.
193-195)
B.9 Making Decisions:
Using KMT to Refine Your
Air-Quality Investigation
(Pg. 195)

Section B Summary
(Pgs. 196-199)

CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.


CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAa.4: Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and
dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.
CAc.5: Compare the properties of the four states of mattersolid, liquid, gas, and plasmain terms of the arrangement and
movement of particles.
CAc.6: Explain the processes of phase change in terms of temperature, heat transfer, and particle arrangement.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.2: Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charless law,
Boyles law, and the combined gas law).
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.

Chemistry at Work: Historic


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Preservation (Pg. 200-201)

Section C: Interactions of Matter Energy


Concept Check 6
(Pg. 203)

CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.

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ChemistryintheCommunity
C.1 Gases in Our
Atmosphere
(Pgs. 203-204)
ChemQuandary: Traveling
the Atmosphere (Pg. 203)
C.2 Developing Skills:
Graphing Atmospheric
Data (Pgs. 204-206)
C.3 Structure of the
Earths Atmosphere
(Pgs. 206-207)
C.4 Modeling Matter:
Mixtures of Gases
(Pgs. 208-210)
Concept Check 7
(Pg. 210)
C.5: Collision Theory
(Pgs. 211-213)
C.6 Reactions of Gases
(Pgs. 213-214)
C.7 Developing Skills:
Stoichiometry in
Reactions (Pg. 214-215)
C.8 Investigating Matter:
Generating Analyzing
CO2 (Pgs. 216-220)
Concept Check 8
(Pg. 220)
C.9: The Electromagnetic
Spectrum and Solar
Radiation (Pg. 220-223)
ChemQuandary: Always
Harmful? (Pg. 223-225)
C.10: Earths Energy
Balance (Pgs. 225-227)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

(Questions #1 -5 only, Pages 204-205)


CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
(Question # 2 only)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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ChemistryintheCommunity
C.11 Developing Skills:
Solar Radiation (Pg. 227228)
C.12 Making Decisions:
Making Claims Providing
Evidence
(Pg. 228-229)
Section C Summary
(Pg. 230-233)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAe.1: Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the
Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic molecular theory as a model.
CAe.3: Distinguish between an ideal gas and a real gas.

Section D: Human Impact on Air Quality


Concept Check 9
(Pg. 234)
D.1: Sources of Air
Pollutants (Pgs. 235-237)
D.2 Investigating Matter:
Detecting Pollutants in
the Air (Pg. 238-240)
D.3: Monitoring and
Identifying Pollutants
(Pgs. 241-242)
D.4 Developing Skills:
Drawing Conclusions
(Pgs. 243-244)
Concept Check 10
(Pg. 245)
D.5: Smog: Hazardous to
Your Health (Pg. 245-247)
D.6 Developing Skills:
Vehicles and Smog (Pg.
247)
ChemQuandary:
Controlling Air Pollution
(Pg. 248)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


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D.7: Acids, Bases, pH
Scale
(Pg.248-251)
D.8: Acid Rain (Pg. 251)
D.9 Investigating Matter:
Effects of Acid Rain (Pgs.
252-254)
D.10 Consequences and
Control of Acid Rain
(Pgs. 254-256)
ChemQuandary: The Rain
in Maine (Pg. 257)
D.11 Making Decisions:
Improving Air Quality(Pg.

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper). (Recommendation

include in Unit 4 Section B)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

257)

Section D Summary
(Pg. 258-260)
Putting It All Together:
Investigating Air-Quality
Claims (Pg. 261-263)

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper). (Questions #12-16

Only - Recommendation include in Unit 4 Section B))

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

3rd Quarter Petroleum & Water


Unit 3: Petroleum: Breaking And Making Bonds
Petroleum Braking and
Making Bonds (Pgs. 264267)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section A: Petroleum-What is It?


Concept Check 1 (Pg. 269)
A.1 Investigating Matter:
Properties of Petroleum

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 269-270)

A.2: Petroleum: Source of


Energy/Hydrocarbons

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg.271-272)

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A.3: Origin and
Distribution of Petroleum Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
(Pgs. 273-275)
A.4 Developing Skills: Your
Carbon Footprint (Pgs. 276- Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
277)

A.5 Investigating Matter:


Separation by Distillation
(Pgs. 277-279)
A.6: Petroleum Refining
(Pgs. 280-281)
Concept Check 2
(Pg. 281)
A.7: Examining
Petroleums Molecules
(Pgs. 282)
A.8 Developing Skills:
Hydrocarbon Boiling
Point (Pg. 282-283)
A.9 Modeling Matter:
Modeling Alkanes
(Pgs. 283-286)
A.10 Developing Skills:
Trends in Alkane Boiling
Points (Pg. 286-287)
Concept Check 3
(Pg. 288)
A.11: Intermolecular
Forces (Pgs. 288-289)
A.12 Modeling Matter:
Alkane Isomers
(Pgs.289-290)
A.13 Developing Skills:
Boiling Points Alkane
Isomers
(Pgs. 291-292)

CAf.6: Use a variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization, and filtration).

Recommendation include in Unit 4 Section D

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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

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ChemQuandary: Fuels and
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Climate (Pg. 292)
A.14 Making Decisions:
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Who Has the Oil?
(Pg.292-293)

Section A Summary
(Pgs. 294-296)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section B: Petroleum A Building Source


Concept Check 4
(Pg. 297)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

B.1 Making Decisions: Life


Cycle of Polymer
(Pgs. 298-299)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and proteins.

B.2: Chemical Bonding


(Pgs. 299-303)

CAc.2: Infer the practical applications of organic and inorganic substances on the basis of their chemical and physical
properties.
CAd.1: Explain the role of bonding in achieving chemical stability.
CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.

B.3 Developing Skills:


Predicting and
Representing Chemical
Bonds
(Pgs. 303-304)
Concept Check 5
(Pg. 305)
B.4: Creating New
Options: Petrochemicals

CAd.1: Explain the role of bonding in achieving chemical stability.


CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAd.1: Explain the role of bonding in achieving chemical stability.
CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 305-307)

B.5 Modeling Matter:


Polymer Structure and
Properties (Pgs. 307-310)
B.6: Beyond Alkanes
(Pgs. 310-310)

B.7 Modeling Matter:


Builder Molecules

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 311-313)

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Concept Check 6
(Pg. 314)
B.8: Carbon Rings as
Builder Molecules

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 314-315)

B.9: Builder Molecules


Containing Oxygen

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 316-317)

B.10: Investigating Matter:


Condensation

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 317-321)

B.11: Condensation
Polymers
(Pgs. 321-322)
B.12 Making Decisions:
Builder Molecules in
Transportation
(Pgs. 322-323)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section B Summary
(Pgs. 324-327)

CAb.3: Explain the trends of the periodic table based on the elements valence electrons and atomic numbers.
CAc.2: Infer the practical applications of organic and inorganic substances on the basis of their chemical and physical
properties.
CAd.1: Explain the role of bonding in achieving chemical stability.
CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.

Chemistry at Work:
Environmental Chemistry
(Pg. 328-329)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section C: Petroleum An Energy Source


Concept Check 7
(Pg. 330)
C.1 Investigating Matter:
Comparing Fuels
(Pgs. 331-332)
C.2: Energy from Fossil
Fuels
(Pgs. 333-336)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

CAf.7: Explain how the law of conservation of energy applies to the transformation of various forms of energy.

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ChemistryintheCommunity
C.3 Developing Skills:
Energy in Chemical
Reactions
(Pgs. 336-337)
C. 4 Investigating Matter:
Combustion (Pg. 337-341)
Concept Check 8 (Pg. 341)
C.5: Using Heats of
Combustion (Pgs. 341-342)
C.6 Developing Skills:
Heats of Combustion

CAf.7: Explain how the law of conservation of energy applies to the transformation of various forms of energy.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 342-343)

C.7 Modeling Matter:


Incomplete Combustion

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 343-344)

C.8: The Carbon Cycle


(Pgs. 345-346)

C.9 Developing Skills:


Trends in Atmospheric
CO2 Levels (Pgs. 346-347)
C.10: Greenhouse Gases
and Global Change

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 348-351)

C.11: Response to Global


Climate Change

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 351-352)

C.12: Making Decisions


Fuel for Transportation

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg.353)

Section C Summary
(Pgs. 354-357)

CAf.7: Explain how the law of conservation of energy applies to the transformation of various forms of energy.

Section D: Alternatives to Petroleum


Concept Check 9
(Pgs. 358)

D.1 Energy: Past and


Present (Pgs. 359-360)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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ChemistryintheCommunity
D.2 Developing Skills: Fuel
Sources Over the Years

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 360-361)

D.3: Energy Efficiency


(Pgs. 361-362)

D.4 Developing Skills:


Energy Conversion
Efficiency (Pgs. 362-364)
Concept Check 10
(Pgs. 364)

D.5: Altering Fuels


(Pgs. 364-367)

D.6 Making Decisions:


Oxygenated Fuels

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 368-369)

D.7: Alternative Fuels and


Energy Sources

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 369-371)

D.8 Investigating Matter:


Synthesizing and Evaluating
Biodiesel Fuel (Pgs. 371- 373)

D.9 Making Decisions:


Biodiesel as a Petroleum
Substitute (Pgs. 374-375)
Concept Check 11
(Pgs. 375)

D.10: Alternative Fuel


Vehicles (Pgs. 375-381)
D.11: Alternative Sources
for Builder Molecules

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg.381)

D.12 Making Decisions:


Evaluating Alternative
Fuel Options (Pg. 382)
Section D Summary
(Pg. 383-385)

Putting It All Together:


Getting Mobile (Pg.386-387)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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UNIT 4: Water Exploring Solutions
Water Exploring Solutions
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
(Pgs. 388-392)

Section A: Sources, Uses, Properties of Water


Concept Check 1
(Pg. 393)
A.1: Town in Crisis
(Pg. 394)
ChemQuandary: Water,
Water Everywhere (Pg. 394)
A.2 Making Decision: Uses
of Water (Pg. 395)
A.3 Investigating Matter:
Properties of Water
(Pg. 396-398)
A.4: Physical Properties of
Water
(Pgs. 399-402)
A.5: Mixtures and
Solutions
(Pg. 402)
A.6 Modeling Matter:
Representing Mixtures
(Pg. 403)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility. (Pre-requisite)
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents). (Pre-requisite)
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.

Concept Check 2
(Pg. 404)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).

A.7: Water Supply and


Demand (Pgs.404-405)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


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A.8 Making Decisions:
Water Use Analysis

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 406-408)

A.9: Where I the Worlds


Water? (Pg. 409)
A.10 Making Decisions:
Riverwood Water Use

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 410-411)

Section A Summary
(Pg. 412-414)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.2: Explain how the process of covalent bonding provides chemical stability through the sharing of electrons.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).

Section B: Looking at Water and Contaminants


Concept Check 3
(Pg. 415)
B.1 Investigating Matter:
What Substances
Dissolve in Water
(Pgs. 416-418)
B.2: Dissolving Ionic
Compounds in Water
(419-421)
B.3: Dissolving Molecular
Compounds in Water
(Pgs. 422-423)
Concept Check 4
(Pg. 424)

CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).

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B.4 Modeling Matter: The
Dissolving Process
(Pgs. 424-426)
B.5: Solution
Concentration
(Pg. 427)
B.6 Developing Skills
Describing Solution
Concentration
(Pgs. 428-429)
Concept Check 5
(Pg. 430)

CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.

CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass. (Only the Percent by Mass
Problems)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

B.7 Investigating Matter:


Measuring Solution
Concentration (Pgs. 430-434)

B.8: Factors That Affect


Solubility and Solubility
Curves
(Pgs. 435-436)
B.9 Developing Skills:
Solubility and Solubility
Curves (Pgs. 436-437)
B.10: Factors That Affect
Solubility of Gases in
Water (Pg. 438)
B.11 Modeling Matter:
Solubility and
Concentration
(Pgs. 439-441)
B.12: Temperature,
Dissolved Oxygen, and
Life (Pgs. 441-443)
B.13 Making Decisions: The
Riverwood Water Mystery:
Considering Dissolved
Oxygen (Pg. 443)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.5: Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures.

CAf.5: Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures.


CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.5: Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures.

CAf.5: Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures.

CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.

CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.

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Section B Summary
(Pgs.444-446)

CAc.3: Illustrate the difference between atom, molecule and ionic compound.
CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAd.3: Illustrate the fact that ions attract ions of opposite charge from all directions and form crystal lattices.
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAf.3: Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of percent mass.
CAf.5: Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures.

Section C: Reactions in Solution


Concept Check 6
(Pg. 447)
C.1 Investigating Matter:
Combining Solutions
(Pg. 448)
C.2: Precipitation
Reactions
(Pgs. 449-450)
C.3 Developing Skills:
Writing Net Ionic Equations

CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 451)

C.4 Investigating Matter:

Water Testing (Pg. 452-454)


C.5: Acids and Bases in
Solution (Pg.454-455)
C.6 Developing Skills:
Acids and Bases
(Pg. 456)
Concept Check 7
(Pg. 457)

CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred. (If time permits)
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAf.4: Represent common acids and bases by their names and formulas.
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.

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C.7: Solution
Concentration and pH
(Pgs. 457-458)
C.8 Developing Skills:
Interpreting the pH Scale
(Pg.459)
C.9 Making Decisions:
Sources of Acidic and

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Basic Contamination (Pg.460)

C.10: Strengths of Acids


and Bases
(Pgs. 460-461)
C.11 Modeling Matter:
Strong Versus
Concentrated
(Pg. 462)
Concept Check 8
(Pg. 462)
C.12: Buffers (Pg. 463)
C.13 Investigating Matter:
Acids, Bases, Buffers

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 464-467)

C.14 Making Decisions:


Analyzing Water Quality

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 468-470)

Section C Summary
(Pgs. 471-473)

Chemistry At Work Water:


Quality Chemistry

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAd.4: Classify compounds as crystalline (containing ionic bonds) or molecular (containing covalent bonds) based on
whether their outer electrons are transferred or shared.
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAd.9: Apply a procedure to balance equations and recognize simple chemical equations (including single replacement and
double replacement) as being balanced or not balanced.
CAf.1: Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on
solubility.
CAf.4: Represent common acids and bases by their names and formulas.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs.474-476)

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Section D: Water Purification and Treatment
Concept Check 9
(Pg. 477)

CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including
neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.

D.1 Making Decisions:


Considering Contaminants
in Water Supplies (Pg.478)

D.2 Investigating Matter:


Foul Water
(Pgs. 479-482)
D.3: Natural Water
Purification (Pgs. 482-484)

D.4 Drinking-Water
Treatment
(Pgs. 484-485)
D.5 Developing Skills:
Water Purification (Pg. 486)
Concept Check 10
(Pg. 486)

D.6: Disinfection of Drinking


Water (Pgs. 487-487)

D.7 Developing Skills:


Benefits and Risks of
Disinfection (Pg. 488)
ChemQuandary: Bottled
Water vs Tap (Pg. 489)
D.8: Home Water
Treatment
(Pg. 490-493)
D.9 Making Decisions:
Searching for Solutions

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science polar and nonpolar
solvents).
CAf.6: Use a variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization, and filtration

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAf.2: Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including High School Core Science CAf.6: Use a
variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization, and filtration

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
CAf.6: Use a variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization, and filtration

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 493-494)

Section D Summary
(Pg. 495-497)

CAc.4: Classify matter as a pure substance (either an element or a compound) or as a mixture (either homogeneous or
heterogeneous) on the basis of its structure and/or composition.
CAc.7: Classify various solutions as acids or bases according to their physical properties, chemical properties (including

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neutralization and reaction with metals), generalized formulas, and pH (using pH meters or pH paper).
CAd.8: Summarize evidence (including the evolution of gas; the formation of a precipitate; and/or changes in temperature,
color, and/or odor) that a chemical reaction has occurred.
CAf.6: Use a variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization, and filtration

Putting It All Together: Fish


Kill Panel to Convene

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 498-501)

4th Quarter Forms of Energy


Unit 5: Industry Applying Chemical Reactions
Industry Applying
Chemical Reactions
(Pgs. 502-505)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section A: Providing Nutrients for Agriculture


Concept Check 1
(Pg. 506)

A.1 Investigating Matter:


Fertilizer Components

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 507-511)

A.2: Fertilizer and


Nitrogen Cycle

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 512-514)

A.3 Making Decision: Plant


Nutrients

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pg. 515)

A.4 Modeling Matter: The


Nitrogen Cycle

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 515-517)

Concept Check 2
(Pg. 517)

A.5 Fixing Nitrogen by


Oxidation-Reduction
(Pg. 517-519)
A.6 Developing Skills:
Determining Oxidation
States
(Pgs. 520-521)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).

CAb.5: Predict the charge that a representative element will acquire according to the arrangement of electrons in its outer
energy level.
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).

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A.7: Products of the
Chemical Industry (Pg. 522)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

A.8 Making Decisions:


Chemical Processing in
Your Life (Pg. 523)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section A Summary
(Pg. 524-526)

CAb.5: Predict the charge that a representative element will acquire according to the arrangement of electrons in its outer
energy level.
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).

Section B: Industrial Production of Ammonia


Concept Check 5
(Pg. 527)

B.1: Kinetics and


Equilibrium (Pgs. 528-531)
B.2 Investigating Matter: Le
Chateliers Principle

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

(Pgs. 532-534)

B.3 Developing Skills:


Chemical Systems at
Equilibrium (Pg.535)
B.4: Industrial Synthesis of
Ammonia (Pg. 536)
B.5: Nitrogens Other Face
(Pgs. 536-539)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

B.6 Developing Skills:


Explosive Nitrogen
Chemistry (Pg. 540)
Concept Check 4 (Pg. 540)
B.7: From Raw Materials to
Products (Pg. 541)

B.8: Ammonia and


Energy Use (Pg. 542)
B.9: Green Chemistry
(Pgs. 543-544)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

B.10 Making Decisions:


What Does Riverwood
Want?(Pg. 544)

Section B Summary
(Pg. 545-547)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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Section C: Generating Electrical Energy
Concept Check 5
(Pgs. 548)
C.1: Converting Chemical
Energy
(Pgs.549-551)
C.2 Investigating Matter:
Voltaic Cells
(Pgs. 551-552)
C.3: Voltaic Cells and Half
Reactions (Pg. 553)
Chem Quandary: Energy
Cells: Are They All Created
Equal (Pg. 553)
C.4 Developing Skills: Getting
Charged (Pgs. 554-555)

Concept Check 6
(Pg. 555)
C.5: Equilibrium in
Electrochemical Systems
(Pg. 555)
C.6 Modeling Matter:
Visualizing Changes
Within Voltaic Cells
(Pg.556)
C.7 Making Decisions: What
Do We Need (Pg. 557)

Section C Summary
(Pg.558-559)

CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity). (Only Question # 1)
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


CAc.1: Distinguish chemical properties of matter (including reactivity) from physical properties of matter (including boiling
point, freezing/melting point, density [with density calculations], solubility, viscosity, and conductivity).
CAd.10: Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents).
CAd.11: Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry as they apply to solutions.

Chemistry at Work:
Materials Scientist
(Pg. 560-561)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

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Section D: Industrial Production
Concept Check 7
(Pg.562)
D.1 Investigating Matter:
Building a Voltaic Pile (Pgs.
563-564)
D.2: Cell Potential
(Pgs. 564-565)
D.3 Developing Skills:
Determining Potential In
Electrochemical Cells
(Pgs. 566-567)
D.4: Primary Batteries
(Pg.567)
ChemQuandary: Battery
Sizes (Pg. 568)
D.5: Secondary Batteries
(Pg. 569-572)
Concept Check 8 (Pg.572)
D.6: Manufacturing and
Recycling Batteries
(Pgs. 572-574)
D.7 Modeling Matter: Life
Cycle of Battery (Pg. 574)
ChemQuandary: Commodity
or Specialty (Pg. 575)
D. 8: Moving Toward
Greener Methods and
Products (Pgs. 576-577)
D.9 Making Decisions: Asset
of Liability?
(Pgs. 577-579)
Section D Summary
(Pgs. 580-581)
Putting It All Together: A
Chemical Plant (Pgs. 582583)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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Unit 6: Atoms: Nuclear Interactions
Atoms: Nuclear
Interactions
(Pgs. 584-587)

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Section A: The Nature of Atoms


Concept Check 1
(Pgs. 588-589)
A.1 Investigating Matter:
Exploring Ionizing Radiation
(Pg. 589)
A.2: The Great Discovery
(pg. 590-593)
ChemQuandary: Scientific
Discoveries (Pg. 594)

A.3: Nuclear Radiation


(Pgs. 594-596)
A.4: The Gold Foil
Experiment
(Pgs. 597-598)
A.5: Architecture of
Atoms
(Pgs. 599-600)
A.6 Developing Skills:
Interpreting Isotopic
Notation
(Pg. 601)
A.7 Modeling Matter:
Isotopic Pennies
(Pgs. 601-602)
Concept Check 2
(Pg. 602)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards


Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. .(Pre-requisite)
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.
CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.

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A.8: Isotopes in Nature
(Pg. 602)
A.9 Developing Skills: Molar
Mass and Isotopic
Abundance
(Pgs. 603-604)
A.10 Making Decisions: Fact
of Fiction
(Pg.605)

Section Summary
(Pgs. 606-608)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

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CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.4: Use the atomic number and the mass number to calculate the number of protons, neutrons, and/or electrons for a
given isotope of an element.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Section B: Nuclear Radiation


Concept Check 3
(Pg.609)
B.1: Exposure to Ionizing
Radiation
(Pgs. 610-611)
ChemQuandary: Radiation
Exposure Standards
(Pg. 612)
B.2 Making Decisions: Your
Yearly Ionizing Radiation
Dose (Pgs. 613-614)
B.3: Ionizing Radiation
How Much is Safe?
(Pgs. 615-617)
B.4 Investigating Matter:
Alpha, Beta, Gamma
Radiation (Pgs. 617-621)
B.5: Natural Radioactive
Decay
(Pgs. 621-624)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. (Pre-requisite)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. (Pre-requisite)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. (Pre-requisite)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. (Pre-requisite)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

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B.6 Developing Skills:
Nuclear Balancing Act
(Pg. 624-625)
Concept Check 4
(Pg. 625)
B.7: Radon
(Pgs. 626-627)
B.8: Nuclear Radiation
Detectors (Pgs. 628-629)
B.9 Investigating Matter:
Cloud Chambers
(Pgs. 630-631)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

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B.10 Making Decisions:


Ensuring Public Safety
(Pg. 632)

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Section B Summary
(Pgs. 633-635)

CAb.1: Compare the subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, electrons) of an atom with regard to mass, location, and charge,
and explain how these particles affect the properties of an atom (including identity, mass, volume, and reactivity).
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Chemistry At Work: Nuclear


CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
Chemistry
plants) can have.
(Pg.636-637)

Section C: Using Radioactivity


Concept Check 5
(Pg.638)
C.1: Half-Life A
Radioactive Clock
(Pg.638-640)
C.2 Modeling Matter:
Understanding Half-Life
(Pgs. 640-641)
C.3 Developing Skills:
Applications of Half-Life
(Pgs. 642-643)
ChemQuandary: Carbon-14
Dating (Pg. 644)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes. (Question #3 only)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.

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C.4: Radio Isotopes in
Medicine
(Pg.644-647)
ChemQuandary: Using
Radioisotopes in Medicine
(Pg. 646)
C.5: Nuclear Medicine
Technologies
(Pgs. 647-649)
Concept Check 6
(Pg. 649)
C.6: Artificial Radioactivity
(Pgs. 649-650)
ChemQundary:
Transmutation of Elements
(Pg. 650)
C.7 Developing Skills: Nuclear
Bombardment Reactions
(Pg. 651)
C.8: Extending the Periodic
Table (Pgs. 652-653)

C.9 Making Decision:


Opinions About
Radioactivity
(Pg. 654)
Section C Summary
(Pgs. 655-657)

CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

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CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.2: Illustrate the fact that the atoms of elements exist as stable or unstable isotopes.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Section D: Nuclear Energy Benefits


Concept Check 7
(Pg. 658)
D.1: Unleashing Nuclear
Forces
Pgs. (659-662)
D.2 Modeling Matter: Chain
Reactions
(Pgs.662-663)

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have. (Question #1 only)
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have. (Pre-requisite)
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have. (Pre-requisite)

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D.3: Nuclear Power Plants
(Pg.663-666)
D.4: Nuclear Fusion
(Pgs. 667-668)
Concept Check 8
(Pg.669)
D.5 Making Decisions: The
Safest Journey (Pg. 670)
ChemQuandary: Risk Free
Travel? (Pgs. 670-671)

D.6 Radioactive Waste


(Pgs.671-675)
D.7 Developing Skills:
Disposing of High- and
Low-Level Wastes (Pg.
675)
D.8 Making Decisions:
Discussing Nuclear
Energy
(Pg. 676)
Section D Summary
(Pgs. 677-679)
Putting It All Together:
Communicating Scientific
and Technological
Information
(Pg. 680-681)

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

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CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.
CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

CAb.6: Explain the consequences that the use of nuclear applications (including medical technologies and nuclear power
plants) can have.

Unit 7: Food Matter and Energy for Life


Food Matter and Energy for
Life(Pgs. 682-685)

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Section A: Food as Energy


Concept Check 1
(Pg.686)
A.1: Food Groups
(Pg. 687)

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A.2 Making Decisions: Diet
and Food Groups (Pg.688)

A.3 Investigating Matter:


Energy Contained in a
Snack (Pgs. 689-691)
Concept Check 2
(Pg. 691-692)
A.4: Energy Flow-From Sun
to You (Pgs.691-693)
ChemQuandary: How Does
Your Garden Grow? (Pg.693)
A.5: Energy Release and
Storage (Pgs. 694-696)
A.6 Developing Skills: Energy
in Action (Pgs. 696-697)
A.7: Energy In-Energy Out
(Pg. 698)
A.8 Developing Skills: Gain
Some, Lose Some
(Pgs. 698-699)
A.9 Making Decisions: Energy
Intake and Expenditure
(Pg. 700)

Section A Summary
(Pgs.701-703)

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CAf.8: Calculate the energy value of a food from enthalpy of combustion data

CAf.8: Calculate the energy value of a food from enthalpy of combustion data (Question #1 only)

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CAf.8: Calculate the energy value of a food from enthalpy of combustion data (Question #1-6 only)

Section B: Carbohydrates and Fats


Concept Check 3
(Pg. 704)
B.1: Carbohydrates One
Way to Combine C, H, and
O Atoms
(Pgs.705-708)
B.2: Fats Another Way to
Combine C, H, and O
Atoms
(Pgs. 708-710)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein (Question #3 only)
CAd.7: Summarize characteristics of balanced chemical equations (including conservation of mass and changes in energy in
the form of heatthat is, exothermic or endothermic reactions).(Question #2 only)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

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B.3: Saturated and
Unsaturated Fats
(Pgs. 710-711)
B.4: Developing Skills:
Calories from Fats (Pg. 711)
B.5: Hydrogenation
(Pgs. 712-713)
B.6: Developing Skills: Fats in
the Diet (Pg. 714)
ChemQuandary: Fat-Free
Food? (Pg. 714)

Concept Check 4
(Pg. 715)
B.7: Limiting Reactants
(Pgs. 715-716)
B.8 Modeling Matter: LimitingReactant Analogies
(Pgs. 716-717)
B.9: Limiting Reactants in
Chemical Reactions
(Pg. 718)
B.10 Developing Skills: Using
Chemical Equations To Find
Limiting Reactants
(Pgs. 719-721)
B.11 Making Decisions:
Analyzing Fats and
Carbohydrates (Pg. 721)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

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CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein (Question #1 only)

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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section B Summary
(Pgs. 722-725)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

Chemistry At Work: Favor


Chemist (Pgs. 726-727)

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Section C: Proteins
Concept Check 5
(Pg. 728)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein (Question #1 & 3 only)

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C.1: Proteins-Function
and Structure
(Pgs. 729-730)
C.2 Modeling Matter:
Molecular Structure of
Proteins
(Pgs. 731-733)
C.3: Protein in Your Diet
(Pgs. 733-737)
C.4 Developing Skills: Daily
Protein Requirements
(Pg. 737)
Concept Check 6
(Pg. 738)
C.5 Investigating Matter:
Enzymes (Pg. 738-739)
C.6: How Enzymes Work
(Pgs. 740-742)
ChemQuandary: A Problem
to Chew On (Pg. 742)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein

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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

C.7 Investigating Matter:


Amylase Tests (Pgs.742-744)

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C.8 Making Decisions: Protein


Content (Pg. 745)

Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards

Section C Summary
(Pgs.746-747)

CAd.12: Describe the chemical composition of lipids (fats and oils), carbohydrates and protein (Question #1-8 only)

Section D: Vitamins Minerals Additives


Concept Check 7
(Pg. 748)
D.1: Vitamins (Pgs. 749-751)
D.2 Developing Skills:
Vitamins in the Diet
(Pgs. 752-753)
D.3 Investigating Matter:
Vitamin C Pgs. (754-757)

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Does Not Support the DoDEA Chemistry Application Standards
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D.4: Minerals: Essential
Within All Diets
(Pgs. 757-759)
D.5 Developing Skills:
Minerals in the Diet (Pgs.
760)
Concept Check 8
(Pg. 761)
D.6: Food Additives
(Pg. 761-763)
D.7 Investigating Matter:
Analyzing Food-Coloring
Additives (Pgs.764-766)
D.8: Regulating Additives
(Pgs. 766-767)
ChemQuandary: Nitrate
Additives (Pg. 768)
D.9: Artificial Sweeteners
(Pg. 768-769)
D.10 Developing Skills: Food
Additive Survey (Pgs. 770)
D.11 Making Decisions:
Analyzing Vitamins and
Minerals (Pgs. 770-771)
Section D Summary
(Pgs. 772-775)
Putting It All Together:
Guiding the PTSAs
Decision (Pgs. 776-777)

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