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Matter: Properties, Composition, and the ● Discuss the octet rule and how it applies to

Changes it Undergoes ionic and covalent bonding

● Chemical, physical, intensive, and extensive ● Draw Lewis symbols of main group elements
properties and their ions
● Chemical and physical changes ● Draw Lewis structures of ionic and covalent
● Different classifications of matter compounds
● Accuracy vs precision ● Determine the formal charge based on the
● Apply the factor label method for solving Lewis structure
problems involving conversions between units
of measurements Draw resonance structures and their
● Law of Conservation of Mass, Law of Definite resonance hybrid
Composition, and Law of Multiple Proportions ● Determine the polarity of bonds in a Lewis
● Determine the number of electrons, protons, structure
and neutrons of a given isotope of an element ● Identify Lewis structures that are exceptions
● Determine the average mass of an element to the octet rule
based on its isotopes ● Determine bond order from Lewis structure
● Discuss the relationship of bond order, bond
length, and bond energy
II. Quantum Theory and Atomic Structure
● Wavelength, frequency, and energy
● Discuss the relevant discoveries to the V. Molecular Geometry and Bonding Theories
formulation of the quantum mechanics
● Bohr atomic model
Discuss the different types of electron
● Relate the energy levels in an atom to the
absorption or emission of light
● Identify the electron group geometry of a
covalent compound/polyatomic ion
III. Chemical Periodicity ● Identify the molecular group geometry of a
covalent compound/polyatomic ion
● Determine the polarity of a covalent
● Discuss the different quantum numbers and
compound/ polyatomic ion based on the
their physical significance
molecular geometry
● Determine the ground state electron
● Determine the hybridization of the orbitals in
configuration of an atom/ion
the central atom of a covalent compound
● Determine the set of quantum numbers
● Draw the molecular orbital diagrams for
representing the energy level occupied by an
homogeneous second period diatomic
● Determine whether an atom/ion is
● Write the molecular orbital configuration of a
paramagnetic or diamagnetic
homogeneous second period diatomic
● Discuss the different periodic properties:
atomic radius, ionization energy, electron
● Determine the bond order and magnetic
affinity, metallic property
property of a homogeneous second period
● Relate the electron configuration of elements
diatomic molecule/ion
to periodic properties

10.7, 10.8
IV. Chemical Bonding
● Discuss the different types of chemical