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AP Chemistry – Class 12

Date Thursday, September 17th Exam 02 unit objectives posted in Schoology folder test will take one hour provided with AP Periodic Table and AP Formulas (copies in Schoology) must use … Continue reading


AP Chemistry – Class 10 & Class 11

Dates Monday, September 14th Tuesday, September 15th Tutorials Movies to help you review basic concepts in chemistry [LINK] Using the Virtual Lab Walk-through of how to use the Virtual Lab … Continue reading


AP Chemistry – Class 09

Date Friday, September 11th In-Class Practice Ch. 4 (24, 25, 27, 39, 40, 51, 56, 67, 74, 83) = already assigned Ch. 4 (106, 107, 112, 113) Homework (Monday) Ch. … Continue reading


AP Chemistry – Class 08

Date Wednesday, September 9th Reactions in Solution dissolving precipitation acid-base redox (activity series p. 136) molarity In-Class Practice Ch. 4 (24, 25, 27, 39, 40, 51, 56, 67, 74, 83) … Continue reading


Does Solubility Depend on Temperature?

Introduction Solubility is defined as the quantity of solute that can completely dissolve in a given amount of solvent. This can be expressed in a variety of ways (and units). … Continue reading


Chemistry Honors – Finishing the Semester

Introduction For the final unit of study in this course, we will learn about the properties of aqueous solutions (Chapter 11 in the textbook). The final exam for the semester … Continue reading


Chemistry Honors – Class 35

Dates Period B: Wednesday, November 6th Periods D, G: Thursday, November 7th Lab Recap (& corrections) crystal filtration failure – not the fault of the student use provided data for … Continue reading


Chemistry Honors – Class 32

Dates Period B: Thursday, October 30th Periods D, G: Friday, October 31st New Material – Solutions (terms and ideas) Dissolving – not a chemical process Crystal Lattice vs formula – … Continue reading


AP Chemistry – Lab 01 – PPT Reactions

Today (September 1st) is the day for our first lab and I am eager to get started on the road to experimentation in this course. Here are some notes for … Continue reading