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CH10 – Hydrate Lab

Dates P4 – Thursday, February 1st P5 – Thursday, February 1st P7 – Friday, February 2nd Lab Day – Notes demonstration – lighting bunsen burner demonstration – handling crucible and … Continue reading

2018-01-31

Hydrate Lab Assistance

Data Items A: mass of dry crucible B: mass of crucible with hydrated crystal C: mass of crucible with anhydrous crystal (first heating) D: mass of crucible with anhydrous crystal … Continue reading

2017-02-08

Hydrate Lab Assistance

Data Items A: mass of dry crucible and cover B: mass of crucible and cover with hydrated crystal C: mass of crucible and cover with anhydrous crystal (first heating) D: … Continue reading

2014-01-21

Live Blogging – Hydrate Chem Lab

Observations on a lab day period in AP Chemistry (transcribed here after the lab period was complete) 11:55 am – second bell rings – all students on time 11:58 am … Continue reading

2011-09-09

AP Chemistry – Lab 02: Formula of a Hydrate

Background Many salts that have been crystallized from a water solution appear to be perfectly dry, yet when heated they yield large quantities of water. The crystals change form, even … Continue reading

2011-09-08 · 1 Comment

CP14 – Lab Day!

Date Thursday, February 8th Lab Day Notes Lighting Bunsen Burner Disposal of waste Safety of Burner Location of Materials Homework Lab Calculations in LNB <what happens when I search “Hydrate … Continue reading

2018-02-08

CP13 – Lab Prep

Date Tuesday, February 6th Homework Review Ch. 7 PAIRED (17, 18, 19) share work on the board New Idea – Hydrates Some compounds have water attached example: CuSO4 * 5H2O … Continue reading

2018-02-06

CP14 – Hydrate Mania!

Date Friday, February 10th Recap percent composition examples what is a hydrate? Lab Prep Lab equipment overview Lab Instructons [LINK] Homework Prep the lab in the LNB Review instructions for … Continue reading

2017-02-09

CH09 – Mole Ratio

Dates P4 – Monday, January 29th P5 – Tuesday, January 30th P7 – Tuesday, January 30th Homework Review Ch. 3 (53 – 61 odd) Determine the mass of carbon in … Continue reading

2018-01-28

CP16 – Vacation Time!

Date Friday, February 17th Test Day See Class 15 for test details Reminder: focus on process and showing support Know that you are prepared… Tests are celebrations of knowledge = … Continue reading

2017-02-15

CP15 – Hydration

Date Tuesday, Febraury 14th Long Block – Part 1: Hydrate Lab is your LNB prepared? bunsen burner instruction what is data? what are calculations? location of materials disposal of materials … Continue reading

2017-02-13

CH14 – Test Prep

Dates P1 – Friday, Febraury 10th P3 – Monday, February 13th P5 – Monday, February 13th Class Business hydrate lab work (in LNB) due Class 16 CQ will check completion … Continue reading

2017-02-09

Chemistry Honors: Class 20

Dates Period A: Monday, February 22nd Period B: Monday, February 22nd Period F: Tuesday, February 23rd Recap – Hydrate Lab what did you notice? how about the report? thoughts? questions … Continue reading

2016-02-21

Chemistry Honors: Spirit Week 2016

Cool looking crystals! Dates Classes 17, 18, 19 Monday, February 8th – Friday, February 12th Each Class Meets 3 Times Only one lab this week (not two) Day 1: Hydrate … Continue reading

2016-02-08

Chemistry Honors: Class 16

Dates Period A: Friday, February 5th Period B: Friday, February 5th Period F: Monday, February 8th Quiz Limiting Reactants One problem scenario Que facil! New Material – Lab Prep we … Continue reading

2016-02-04

Chemistry Honors – Class 19 / Class 20

Lab Dates Periods A, C, D – Wednesday, February 9th Lab Work Dates Period A – Thursday, February 13th Periods C, D – Friday, February 14th Lab Notes the goal … Continue reading

2014-02-10

Honors Chemistry – Week 4

Honors Chemistry Plan (Quinton / Letteer) Class 1: Monday (C, D, F) Review Unit Conversion Mole Calculations and Unit Conversions No HW Class 2: Tuesday (C, D), Wednesday (F) Mole … Continue reading

2012-09-18

Chemistry Honors – Classes 21 / 22

Background Many salts that have been crystallized from a water solution appear to be perfectly dry, yet when heated they yield large quantities of water. The crystals change form, even … Continue reading

2014-10-05

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