Chemistry Honors – Class 33
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- Period A – Wednesday, November 6th
- Periods C, D – Thursday, November 7th
Lab – Recap and Review
- how did your results compare to the expected?
- what role did the distilled water play?
- what sources of uncertainty could have interfered with the results?
Ch. 7 Practice Time
- Textbook practice for the skills
- Chapter 7 (69, 71, 72, 75, 77, 79, 80, 83, 84, 85, 92)
Test Objectives – students will be able to:
- write the formulas of acids, ionic compounds and molecular compounds given their names
- write the names of acids, molecular compounds and ionic compounds given their formulas
- balance a chemical reaction given the reactants and products
- identify the oxidation state of an element in a compound given the formula
- identify the substances being oxidized and reduced in a chemical reaction
- identify the type of chemical reaction given the reactants and products in a chemical reaction
- double displacement (precipitation)
- combustion of hydrocarbon
- single displacement
- identify the solubility of an ionic substance using the rules that govern solubility
- write an ionic dissociation equation for an ionic substance that dissolves in water
- predict the result of a double displacement reaction and an acid-base reaction
- write full molecular, full ionic and net ionic equations for precipitation reactions
- finish the in-class assigned work to hand in at the exam