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Chexnistry: SCI600 (Alchemy)

Instructor: Chris Sogn, Email: sosnck@csd.\Ycdnet.edu

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Learning Plan, Syllabus, Progtess Repofts


Notes

Assignments/Lab Work
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Washington Performance Expectations

m"chargeS,maSSeS'andlocationsoftheprotonS,neutronS,andelectronSlnaTI
atom of an element.

kcfuonsintheoutermostshel1ofanatom,predictthechemical
properties of the elernent

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a Periodic Table'
Given the number of protons,identify the elernenl using
Table, including the signifi cant
Explainthe arrangement of the elements on the Periodic
elentents in a given column or row'

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rmed(e.g.,sodiumatoms1oseanelectronandchlorineatomsgainan
andform bonds)'
ilectron,then the charged ions are attracted to each othet
uystal (e'g',NaCl)'
Explainthe meaning of a chemrcalformulafor anionic
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shares elictrons with two hydrogen atoms)'
atom
water is formed when one oxygen
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make large molecu'
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Demonstrate how
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porymels, sources of food and nutrition,"&ssily?e/s)'
these morecures (e.g.,orurrt *i animar tissue,
imporlance to humans (e.g., burning of fossil fuels,
Describeat least tkree chemicar reactions of particular
photosyntltesis, rusting of metals)'
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molecules are arranged before and after a reaction'
use a chemical equation to illustrate how the atoms in
of new
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among the processes of dissolving, melting, and


Give exampres of common sorutions. Explainthe differences
reacting.
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Predict the result of adding increased amounts of a substance

ffiachangeintemperature,surfaceaTea,oIpfeSSureontherateofagivenphysica1or
chemical change.*b

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and electrons)'
isotope s atomic structure (number of protons,netftrons,
of the sample' Explain how
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each process transforms elements
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Chemistry Assignments: Alchemy Jan 4- March 3,20L6


Jan

Lesson 2

HW: Lesson 4

HW: View Tutorial:

Do ques for lesson 4

Lesson 2 Lab
Review login/Hw 4
HW: Lesson 5

Density Probs/review
Quiz: Section 1
Element Puns
HW: p.20, 1-7/p.2!4-6

Copper Cycle Lab

Advisory Wed

Lesson 8:

(1-0min)

http://www.voutu be.c
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m/watch?v=FSvAeh

Jan 11
Lesson 6: Chem Names
and Symbols

Notes: cation, anion,


subscripts, etc.

HW: Lab report: Lessons

Turn in Quiz Corrections

718

Lesson 7: Begin
Copper Cycle Lab
Jan 18
'No School: Equalitt
,Day ,
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Lesson 9: Properties

of

Quiz Section 2

Lesson 10 due

Elements

HW: Read lesson 11:

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HW:

View tutorial: (13 min)


Periodic table:

Read Text Lesson 10

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1-5,11,12
Read Lesson 12:
1_8

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watch?r,:0RRVV4Diom
Ch 2 quiz review

HW: Section 2 Practice


Lesson 9/1 0: Periodic Table

Quiz

HW:
Read Text Lesson 9
2.5. (7 for ex credit)
20 day review

Jan 25

dW review

Notes: LSN 11; models of

View tutorial:

the atom.

Radiometric Decay

lN class: LSN 12 Wkst


HW: LSN 13 # 1-9

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HW LSN

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Review: Neutrons/isotopes,

ionic and covalent


Video: lonic and Covalent
Compounds:
https ://www.voulqi2e.eq rnl

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KOCt, (11min)

watch?v=7DisD7Hcd9U

HW:

LSN 16 # 1-6

LSN 17 # 1-11
Video: Chemical Party

(9min)
Feb 8

watei Tetting DiV

Lab: Flame Test

ln Class: LSN 14, 16


WKST

HW: LSN 18, 1-10

ln Class: Game:
Nuclear Quest (LSN 15)

Tutorials:

Flame Test
Research (lnclude as
your analysis)
what is light?
What is color?
How does light create
color variations?
Resources:

The Causes of
color: http://ha n dpri nt
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What causes the color
Gold? http://www.we
bexhibits.ore/ca usesof

uses

of

radioactivitv
What are lsotopes (start at

min)

http://www.voutu be.com/w
atch ?v=EboWeWmh5Pe
Valence Electrons (start at 12
min if you are familiar with
dot diagrams)

dhttp://www.voutube.com
/watch?v=vA DrWd NTW

Practice Quiz available

review

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for

Feb 15
No School: Pres day
No School: Pres day

Flarne Lab due


Review: alpha and beta decaY
Correct homervorks
Review:
Lessons I l-16
Lesson 18: valence and core

Section 3 quiz: LSN

1-16

Check in tirne

HW: Lesson l9: Noble Gas..

electrons.

20 day review

Feb 22

HW:
HW: Text: Lesson 20
p. 105 #1-7

Painting using the pigments

Naming compounds

E: Learning plan complete

Lesson 2L; #2,3,7,8

by Mon
U: Missing a combination of
3 labs and quizzes

Lab: Alchemy of Paint

(Lesson 23)

Chemistry: Go fish

Feb 29

Chemistry: Formulas poker

lonic compounds
E

lectro

co nf igu

ratio ns

Quiz review
HW:
Lesson 22; # 2-7
Feb'16-20
No School

S: learning plan complete

End of session