Department of Education Specific Course Outcomes
For Course resources: www.mcgrawhill.ca/links/atlchemistry
Introduction and Review of Previous Chemistry Concepts
African Heritage Month: Celebrating African Heritage in the Sciences
Student Safety Contract
Los Alamos National Laboratory's Chemistry Division Periodic Table
Studying Matter and its Changes
Balancing Equations 2
Using a Bunsen Burner
Lab Investigation Flow Chart
Chemistry 11 Lab Evaluation Rubric
Chemistry 11 Lab Report Guideline
Stoichiometry: Chapters 1,2, 3, 4
Chemistry 11 Study Guide for Chapter 1
After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
1. Identify chemical substances and chemical changes in everyday life.
2. Classify properties of matter and changes of matter. (Changes of state)
3. Communicate your understanding of the following terms: chemistry, matter, properties, physical property, chemical property, physical changes, chemical changes, pure substance, element, compound.
4. Define and describe the relationships among atomic number, mass number, and atomic mass.
5. Describe elements in the periodic table in terms of energy levels and electron arrangements.
6. Communicate your understanding of the following terms: atom, atomic mass unit, atomic number, mass number, atomic symbol, ion, periodic table, periodic law, energy levels, periodic trends, valence electrons
7. Write names and formulas for binary and ternary ionic and molecular compounds and acids.
8. Balance chemical equations
9. Classify chemical equations
10. Communicate your understanding of the following terms: systematic name, binary compounds, binary molecular compounds, binary ionic compound, zero sum rule, hydrocarbons (alkanes).
Study Guide: Equations, the Mole and Stoichiometry
Percent Water in a Hydrate excellent site to review class and lab work we have done.
2 point bonus for the Lab quiz : Formula of a Hydrate: Due before the quiz. Determine the percent water of hydration in the compound nickel(II) sulfate hexahydrate.
Experimental Determination of A Hydrate
Excellent websites: Chem Team Stoichiometry, More info.
Chemical Bonding. Chapters 5 and 6, McGraw-Hill Ryerson. Chapter 8, Nelson Chemistry
Chemical Bonding Study Guide. Chapter 5.
Chemical Bonding Chapter 6 Study Guide, Self-evaluation checklist. After studying (doing homework, reading the text for understanding, practicing all types of problems, and going for extra help if I need it) this unit, I will be able to:
1. Draw Lewis dot structures and structural diagrams for simple molecules.
2. Define coordinate covalent bond and draw Lewis dot structures showing coordinate covalent bonding.
3. Determine the shapes of molecules by applying VSEPR theory to electron dot diagrams.
4. Define allotrope.
5. Use the allotropes of carbon as examples to show and define network solids.
6. Define intermolecular forces.
7. Define and illustrate hydrogen bonds and van der Waals forces and how they form.
8. Define London dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, and explain how they form.
9. Compare and contrast intra molecular and intermolecular forces in terms of strength and species involved.
10. Describe how to account for the properties of molecular compounds.
Bonus for Early June test: Pg. 227, #24. Due the day BEFORE the test.
Chemical Bonding Web Site
web sites for review
A great site for tutorials and animations for all topics.
The Halifax Explosion Web Quest in Power Point
Bonding Tutorial Animation
Visualizing Electron Orbitals
Current Topic: Organic Chemistry
Organic Chem intro.pdf
Chapters 9,10,11 in McGraw-Hill Ryerson and Chapter 9 in Nelson
Study Guide and Tasks for Part 1 of this unit
Exam Review Guide