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AP Chemistry :

AP Exam: May            :  8:00 am to noon at St Peter & Paul Church in Rocklin  [Arrive by 7:15 am].  Registration opens on                                                                   , and you must register on line at the Online AP Exam registration Portal. Tests are $      /exam.  You can also pay on the web-store with a $5 service charge added.  See Mr. White if you are eligible for a fee waiver.  There are limited scholarships through the parents club, see Mr. White in person ASAP.  Please let Mrs. Luci know when you have registered for the AP Chemistry Exam.







Unit 1 - Review of Basic Chemistry (Text Chapters: 1, 2, 3, 4) - Descriptive Chem, Stoichiometry, Periodic Table

   
  1/6: Seating Chart & quick class structure & LAST YEAR'S GRADES AND AP EXAM RESULTS/Join Google 
                Classroom and answer question/ Review Ionic compounds &  Ionic Nomenclature/polyatomic 
                ions list/Stoichiometry Lab - Day 1/Check out textbooks/HW: 1.  Read and sign course orientation and 
                Flinn Safety Contract  2. Skim Chapter 1 & The Chapter Goals Revisited on page 20-21 , complete problems:
                 4, 13, 18, 25,  41 on pgs. 43a-43f

 1/7: Stamp HW/Equations on board to balance and ID type/units, sig. figs. and sig figs in math, SN/Reaction    
             types(Descriptive Chemistry)/Writing and Balancing Equations - Basic Stoichiometry (mole-mole &
                 mass -mass)/Stoichiometry Lab - Day 2/pass out lab books
                HW: 1. Finish Stoichiometry Lab.  2. Skim Chapter 2: 3. Do the percent comp handout   4. Review graphing 
                handout  5.  Help page I use in regular chem for Redox reactions

 1/8: St HW  & Turn in stoichiometry Lab- complete sig. fig and measurement worksheet while I am   
              stamping/Concentration review handout/ Pass out  Solubility rules for Common Ionic Compounds in Water 
                Handout & work on solubility and ppt reaction assignment/Pass out instructions on how to solve solution 
                stoichiometry problems (This is review from regular chem and Honors chem.) It has a practice problem to do.
              HW: 1.  FINISH Solubility  & ppt reactions assignment  2. Read Section 3-3 on Chemical Equilibria, and section
             3-9 on Classifying reactions in aqueous solutions,  section 4-4, Chemical Analysis & 
               section 4-8 Spectrophotometry

1/9: Work on Concentration review handout Luci Version Problem #2/Review Solubility & ppt Rxn HW /
                Beer's Law Lab with graph/Nomenclature practice sheet/HW: 1. Stoichiometry Practice & Review 
                [Complete #'s:  9, 11 -13 ]  2.  Finish Beer's Law Lab

 1/10:  Review HW on board/Use new Lab Book: QRSXY unknown ppt lab (Data 
                collection & Calcs. & turn in)/Finish nomenclature sheet from yesterday and compare with partner.
                HW: 1. Review your Percent Comp & EF assignment  2. Read EF of Copper Chloride Lab 
                and prep  lab book  according to lab format - Include: Introduction, for Procedure - Just say see handout, 
                make a Data Table.

 1/13Quiz #1/EF of copper chloride Lab/HW: 1. EF lab Calcs  - Use your data to solve for the EF of the copper chloride 
                solution 2.  Prep Iron Redox titration Lab
                    [Read lab, complete Introduction section and make the data table, not the Sample Calc table]

 1/14:  10 minutes to compare and discuss EF of copper chloride Lab , then collect/Discuss the Iron Redox titration 
                lab & the endpoint/Set-up and condition buret, do one trial today/Finish nomenclature worksheet/
                HW: 1. AP Multiple Choice Rev. 1-14 (pgs. 95m - 95o),  2.  AP Free Response Rev (short only)  Pg. 95p. 

1/15: St. HW/Finish Iron Redox Titration Lab [mini lesson - how to determine oxidation number]/ Discuss last 
                nights HW and Mass spectroscopy mini lecture with percent abundance/HW 1. Lab Calcs  2. AP questions
                 1-16 (pgs. 137 i -137 l

1/16: Theoretical calcs for bonus & Collect Iron Redox Lab/Prep Formula of a hydrate Lab   & EF Magnesium oxide 
                Lab /HW: 1. Pg. 179 b - 179 c(# 16, 20, 31)  2. Review text Chapters 1-4.   3. Start Nomenclature packet

1/17:    Replacement Sig. FIg. Quiz/EF Magnesium oxide Lab/Redox Rxns/HW: 1.  All calcs. for EF Lab

1/21:  Collect EF of Magnesium oxide lab/Data collection for Formula of a hydrate lab/  HW: Finish Formula of
                 a hydrate lab

1/22:  Collect formula of a hydrate Lab/Make known solutions for finding percent copper in bullet casing lab/
         HW: AP Questions: 1.  1-14 [pgs. 179 o - 179 q]  & Nomenclature Packet

 1/23:  Review HW and Nomenclature packet/Complete Bullet Casing Lab/HW: Test preparations 

 1/24:  Unit 1 Test [Chapters 1-4 & Nomenclature]/HW: 1. Skim & take notes Chapter 5, pay special attention to 
                formulas and new material  2. Finish Bullet Casing Lab


Unit 2 - Thermochemistry, Gases & Gas Laws(Text Chapters: 5, 10)

    1/27: New seats and partners/ Lecture on Thermochemistry /HW: 1.  Do you remember 
                  these? System & Surrounding/q = mCp delta T/phase change and energy transfer   
                   2. Complete the Review & Check problems on pgs. 184, 189, 192.  


    1/28:  Stamp & Rev. HW/PV work lecture with demoHW: 1. Pg. 217-217a: 7, 11, 13, 19

    1/29:   All types of stoichiometry/Delta U = q  +  W handout and discuss demo in terms of q, W, U and 
                system vs surroundings/ Practice problems of PV work


    1/30:   State Functions  handout and enthalpy problems/HW: 1. Pg. 217-217a: 25, 27, 29  2. CYU problem pg. 204  
                    3. Do problem 2 & 3 from State Functions sheet   4. Prep Cp metal lab

    1/31:  Do Cp of unknown metal lab and complete calcs and submit - Specific Heat of Metals Chart/
                    Calorimetry Introduction & practice problem /HW: 1. Finish CP metal lab  2.  Prep for Calorimetry Lab by:  
                              Reading the lab
                              Complete the Introduction section
        
    2/3: Collect Cp metal lab/Finish Calorimetry notes/ Balancing simple, acidic and basic redox reactions/Answer Pre-lab ?
                 #1 a & b/HW:  1Read and think about pre-lab questions 2-5, as you will answer these with your partner tomorrow.  
                 2. AP MC ?'s: 3-4, Pg. 217 k - 217 l 

    2/4:  Stamp & Rev. HW/ Hess's Law & delta H of Formations/Finish answering pre-lab
                 questions & make an appropriate data table from handout/HW: 1. Finish AP MC ?'s pg. 217K -217 l
                 2. Read section 5-8 pg. 213

    2/5: Calorimetry Lab - Complete 4 reactions then do Math for those reactions/HW: 1. FRQ  Pg. 217 m  Short Format                 

    2/6: Review Homework/ Finsh Calorimetry Lab - Day 2 - Finish rest of rxns /  HW: 1. Work on Lab calc. 2. AP FRQ 
                 Pg. 217 m - 217 n  Long Format

    2/7:    Rev HW/ Any Calorimetry Lab Questions/Gases, combined gas law and Ideal Gas Law with gas stoich, gas density/
                    HW: 1.  Demo video : Volume & Temperature  2. Finish Calorimetry Lab  3.  Review & Check section 10-2 pg 381  
                    4.  Read Proving Ideal Gas Law Constant Lab - we will just use handout to collect data.     


    2/11: Collect Calorimetry Lab/Dalton's partial pressure and mole fraction/Proving the Ideal Gas Law Lab- Each pair do one good
                 trial and then share calcs for table 2./HW: 1. Lab Calcs Table 2 & 3 and graph, Proving Gas Law Table 2  
                    2. Example 10.10 pg. 389  
                   3. Rev & check section 10.5 pg. 390
                   

    2/12:  Rev HW and collect Lab/5 minutes Gas Properties simulation/ Prep:Inquiry Lab with gas pressure - procedure in a 
                    team of 4 people /HW: 1. Pgs. 403a- 403 c: 5, 11, 15, 17, 23, 31, 37 
                   

    2/13:  Do Inquiry Lab with gas pressure and turn in/HW: 1.  AP MC [Skip # 7, 8] for chapter 10: pg. 403 k-m  2.  AP Free 
                    Response for Chapter 10: pg. 403 n

    2/14:  Gas Stoichiometry & Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases with math /HW:  Rev. & check Pg. 395-396, pg. 399, 401

    2/18: St & Review HW/ Finish AP MC # 7, 8/ HW: 1. Study Groups - Focus on Pg 215-216 & 402-403

    2/19:  Problems: 71, 79, 81, 93, 95 on pgs. 217e-217g & Problems: 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 55 on pgs. 403 c-403 d
                 [Check answers in back of book]/HW: Study for test
 
    2/20:  Unit 2 Test / HW: 1. Skim Chapter 6 & take notes  2. Watch Photoelectric effect   video  


Unit 3 - Quantum Mechanics, Periodicity, Bonding & VSEPR, SLAq & IMF
             (Text Chapters: 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 -7, 13)

    2/21: New Seats/ Lecture on EM Radiation, atomic line spectrum and Balmer Equation with two activities/Balmer Equation                                worksheet/HW:  1. Review & Check pg. 232 -233      2.  Read section 6-5 on pages 235-237.


   2/24:   Particle - Wave Duality/Quantum Numbers and shapes of orbitals/Classwork & HW: 1. Pgs. 247-247 f: #3, 11, 23, 27, 47,
                     51, 83   2.  Finish worksheet from class: Must complete unabbreviated electron configuration, abbreviated electron 
                    configuration and the orbital box diagrams.

    2/25:  Review HW with partner & take questions/Exceptions for electron configuration/ Graphing Periodic Trends Activity/ 
                    HW: Skim the rest of  Chapter 7: pgs 263- 281, Do Rev. & Check sections: pgs.  266-267, 276, 279.

    
    2/26:  Review HW with partner and Key/Complete Chapter 7 AP M/C & FRQ's - Key on board/ 
                   / HW: More Electron Configuration and Orbital Box Diagrams

   2/27:   HW questions/PES Powerpoint  /Lecture: Chapter 8: Covalent Bonds, Lewis Structures, carbon based
                     organic compounds & formal charges (sec. 8.3)/ HW:  1. Do Rev. & Checks Pg. 295-296 

   2/28:  Put HW  and other Lewis structures on the board/Lecture: Chapter 8: Isoelectronic species, Formal charge, resonance, 
                Octet exceptions /HW: Rev. & Check sections on pg. 298, 302 & 307

    3/2:  Lecture: chapter 8: VSEPR and molecule shapes [Shapes handout]/In class do Review and Check problems 
                  on Pg. 314/ HW:complete problems on pgs. 337- 337c: 5 a, 13 b, 19
    
    3/3:  EN and FC in determining correct resonance structure/Rev & check 8-7, pg. 319/Bond and molecular polarity 
                and dipole momentHW: Review Chapter 8:Rev & Check 8-8, pg. 325, Pg. 337-337c: 27, 35, 41

    3/4: Review HW/ Discuss Bond Order and Bond lengths and do problems  45  & 49 on page 337c / 
                        Chapter 9: Hybridization - Valence Bond Theory / HW: 1. Re-watch Valence Bond Theory video and 
                        complete Check your understanding pg. 349  2. Fast track book: pg 68-69 Nomenclature & questions 
                        pages 70-73....then check answers

   3/5:  Molecular Orbital Theory/Review HW & do CYU pg. 351 & 354, 359, then Review/HW: 1. Review & check pg. 365 
                  2. Fast Track Chapters 2 & 3 (ALL)

   3/6: Lecture Chapter 11:  Intermolecular forces for polar and nonpolar molecules/HW:  1.  Review sec. 11-1 through sec. 11-5  
                 & complete problems 1, 5, 7 on page 435.     2. Chapter 9 AP M/C & FRQ's pg. 369i-369j
    
   3/9:  Properties of liquids & phase diagrams: Read section 12-7/ Phase Diagram Handout/Solutions, solution process & 
                  Colligative properties/Demo of solubility/HW: 1. Chapter 11 AP M/C & FRQ's pg 435g-435h  2. Chapter 12 AP 
                  pg. 467l   3. Nomenclature sheet

   3/10:  Finish Chapter 13 solutions with demos/Prewrite Chromatography Lab- Introduction, 2 bullets from background in lab 
                    and answer the 5 prelab questions, make four table tables for the inks (2 for water, and 2 for another solvent)/
                   HW: 1. Chapter 13 AP M/C & FRQ's   2.  Start 3/18 HW if you have time
                    

   3/11:  Nomenclature Key on board/Chromatography lab : Chromatography Lab with solvent #1 & solvent #2/                                                    HW:  Complete some Blue Problems from each chapter: Chapter 6: 51, 55, 61, 67,79;                                                                                     Chapter 7: 17, 27, 33, 35,  57; Chapter 8: 77, 87, 43, 45; Chapter 11: 49, 51;  Chapter 12: 33, 35;                                                         Chapter 13: 1, 13, 23, 27, 31, 33, 37, 43, 47, 51

    3/12: Chromatography measurements/Nomenclature Quiz/HW:1. Fast Track Chapter 4 (ALL) 
                    2.  Study for test

    3/16: Unit 3 test/ HW: 1. Read Chapter 14 through section 14.2  and do the Rev & Check pgs. 512 & 514.
                    2. Finish Chromatography Lab


    Unit 4 -  Kinetics & Equilibrium (Text Chapters: 14, 15,16, 17)

    3/17: Collect Chromatography Lab/New seats & partners/ Rate of rxn with some demos & video/
                  / HW: NO HW

    3/18:   Rates and constants/Zero Order, First Order and Second Order rate order and rate constant with practice/
                Read  Kinetics Lab:  Crystal Violet Rate Law Lab  / Lab prep Time - Complete Background/ 
                    HW: 1. Make Data Tables  2.  Fast Track Book- Chapter 5 (ALL)   3.  Pg. 553: 1, 5, 7

    3/19: Recap of Zero Order, First Order and Second Order/ Begin Kinetics Lab/ Graph data from phenolphthalein and
                  sodium hydroxide and complete post lab questions for your table 1/ Prep Crystal violet part of kinetics lab/
                    HW: 1. Pg. 553: 13, 17, 23      

    3/20:  Collision Theory & catalysts/ Crystal Violet Rate Law Lab /Work on graph and post lab questions/
                    HW:    1. Finish Kinetics Lab     2.  Fast Track Chapter 6 (ALL)

    3/23:  Collect Kinetics Lab/Rxn Mechanisms example 14.12 pg 542-543  - Do CYU 14.10 & 14.11/
                  HW:  1. CYU pg. 543  2. Read section 14.5 -14.6 pg. 535-549 
                      

    3/24: Finished Rxn Mechanisms notes/Complete Review & Check for section 14.5 pg 539, 
                    Review & Check section 14.6 pg. 549  /Problem work time  -Pg. 553 b-553 d: 37, 41, 43. 47/
                     HW: 1. AP MC & Free Response ?'s pg. 553 m -553  2. Fast track book - Chapter 8 (ALL)

    3/25:  Kinetic-Identify the order of the reaction worksheet [Write worksheet]/ Chemical Reactivity: Equilibria with demo,
               then Equilibrium constant,K & the Reaction Quotient, Q lecture to include Rev. & Check: 15-1, page 557
                  & CYU 15.1 pg. 561/HW: Rev. &  Check section 15-2 & 
                    Complete problem #1 on page 583a  & Rev. & Check section 15-5, pg. 574 & pg. 583: 7, 11, 17, 23

    3/26:  Reaction Quotient, Q & Disturbing a chemical equilibrium -finish chapter 15/Students do pg. 583: 7, 11, 17, 23 on board
                    HW: AP M/C & Free response ?'s, pg 583 I - 583 l
    
    3/27:  Acids & Bases, Ionization Constant (Ka, Kb, Kw)/HW: 1. Rev & Checks: pg.598, 600, 603  2. Read section on 
                 "The Reaction of a Strong Acid with a Strong  Base" pg. 603-604  3. View link on pH Titration Curves 

    3/30:  Students do problem #65 c on page 629 d/Titration curves handout/Strong Acid &Strong Base titration with 
                Drop Counters - set up & condition and load buret with acid/ HW: 1. If 6.74 ml of 0.146 M HCl is added to 
                25.46 ml of unknown NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH solution.  2. If you combine 15.67 ml of the 
                same acid and 24.56 ml of 0.245 M NaOH, what is the pH of the resulting solution.
                     [Remember today's problem with our discussion.]
                   
    3/31:  Weak Acid + Strong Base, Strong Acid + Weak Base, Weak Acid + Weak Base Info/Acid Base Properties of ions 
                Table 16.3 pg. 599/Data collection Strong Acid/Strong Base Titration with calcs & sketch of Titration Curve - 
                 Review Regions of the Curve on board/pH = pKa  + Log [A-]/[HA]/ HW: 1. Complete Lab Calcs  
                 2. Read section on "The Reaction of a Weak Acid with a Strong Base" pg. 604    
                 3.  Titration curve video

    4/1:     Collect Strong Acid/Strong Base Lab/ Acid/Base equilibrium problems /Prep for Weak Acid & Strong Base 

                    Titration Lab/HW: 1. Rev & Check 16-6, 16-7     2. Weak Acid/Strong Base Lab Help: Prep lab in notebook: Write a complete

                     Introduction section and data table to include: Volume of acetic acid, Volume Initial NaOH, Volume Final NaOH, total # drops

                     of base added, and # of drops at equivalence pt.


   4/2:     Weak Acid &Strong Base Titration with full titration curve, solve  for pKa and Ka of acid - Turn in lab/ 
                    HW: 1. Review & Check section 16-8 & 16-9.  


   4/14:   Identify Titration curves/equilibrium expressions sheet with Ksp/Use  of Ka & Kb in equilibrium problems/ HW:
                 1. Finish 16-7 Rev & Check, Chapter problems: 87, 93, 119 
                 2.  Fast track book Chapter 7  & 10 (ALL)


  4/15: Titration Worksheet with partner/ /Review Problems: 87,93, 119/More practice if time - Ka & Kb problems/
                   Prep Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab/HW: 1.  Chapter 16 AP M/C and FRQ  2. Prep Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab

  4/16:   Weak base & strong Acid lab - finish and turn in/HW: 1. Read pH Indicator section pgs. 653-655 

  4/17: Lecture: Common Ion Effect & Buffers/HW:  1.  Rev. & Check Section 17-1 & 17-2 & 17-3  2. Read Buffer Lab & Prep
                    -Universal Indicator Color Chart  3.  read section 17-4 and complete Rev. & Check 17-4.
                 
  4/20: Complete Buffer Lab/ HW: 1.  Read section 17-5,  17-6 & 17-7, and complete Rev. & Checks  2. Buffer Lab Calcs 1- 4a (make buffer)

  4/21:  Buffer Lab Calcs for addition of acid and base/ Short Ksp lecture/Read & prep Bicarbonate Lab: Intro, prelab ?/HW: 1. Chapter 17: AP M/C 
                 2.  Fast Track Chapter 11(ALL) 3. Finish Buffer Lab


  4/22: Collect Buffer Lab/Make data table for standardization of the HCl/ Complete Standardization/Make one data table for 
                 two trials for an unknown 
                sample [volume of acid used, mass of vial and sample before, mass of vial and sample after]/
                HW: 1. Chapter 17: AP  FRQ's  2. Fast Track Chapter 12 & Chapter 13(ALL)
            
 4/23: Complete Carbonate Lab/Acid-base neutralization -Handout 2/HW: 1. Take home unit 4 test  
             2.  Finish Carbonate Lab and ID unknown

  4/24:   Collect unit 4 Test & Carbonate Lab/ Entropy, Enthalpy, Gibbs free energy/
         
                    HW: AP Practice Test -  M/C (90 Minutes) 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm  


Unit 5 -  Electrochemistry (Text Chapter  18, 19)

  4/27:[ Review Session: 6:30 am] Thermochemistry, Voltaic vs. Electrolytic cells, cell notation/
              HW: 1. Chapter 18: AP M/C & FRQ's  2.  Review how to balance all types of redox reactions
                        3. Read pages 737-741 (Tables of Standard Reduction Potentials),do Rev. & Check section 19-4 pg 743

   4/28:  Review all HW with partner/Review Redox reactions on board/Galvanic Cell Lab Prep & cell potential calculations/HW: Intro for lab:
                 5 bullets: difference between a galvanic and electrolytic cell, uncertainties, cell potential formula, picture of Galvanic cell, Ox, Red, 
                   balanced and cell potentials for all three combos, then make a data table and fill in all you found.

                    AP Practice Test -FRQ's (90 Minutes) 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

  4/29:   NW - SE rule/ Data collection for Galvanic Cell Lab/ Lecture Electrochemistry & thermodyamics with Nernst Equation/HW: 1.  pg. 761-761b:
                 3, 7, 13, 17, 21    2. Fast Track Chapter 9 (ALL)

   4/30:  [ Review Session: 6:30 am] / Watch video[Electrolysis of Potassium Iodide ] and discuss with 
                partner, review electrolysis section in book including Problem Solving Tip 19.3 /Review AP test scoring and couple m/c ? from 
                practice test/ HW: Chapter 19 study questions: 23, 33, 37  
 

   5/1:  Rew HW / HW: 1. Chapter 19 AP M/C & FRQ's   2. Review & Chapter 19 Study Questions: 41, 43 

    5/4:   Unit 5 Test /HW: Study for AP exam - recommend study group for those 
                taking the exam & review the Big 6 Handout and Fast track book

    5/5: Last minute review time - Focus on Big 6/HW: Go to bed early - sleep is your friend.
      


 Exam: May   , 2020

     5/9/19: AP Chemistry Exam ( 15 students) /AP Psychology: 8:00 am to noon at  St Peter & Paul Church in Rocklin
                           
                         Read  Hand Warmer Challenge Lab/Collect Fast Track books and Text Books
   

Unit 8- Chemistry history, labs and miscellaneous
            
    5/10/19:  AP US History & AP Physics 2 /Hand Warmer Challenge Lab Prep, ?'s, Data Collection - Day 1 /
                HW: Old Final Practice Problems
                             
    5/13/19: AP Physics C/Hard Warmer Lab Data Collection - Day 2/HW: 1. 2019 Final Exam Topics   
                2. Old Final Practice Problems

    5/14/18: AP Calc AB/BC & AP Art History/Finish up Hand Warmer Lab (Last day for data collection)/
                           HW: Review Practice Problems

    5/15/19: AP Lang/Finish Hand Warmer Lab Calculations/Final Exam prep: Acid/Base equilibrium problems
                     on board/HW: Nomenclature Practice

    5/16/19: AP Stats/Collect Hand Warmer Lab/Begin Madame Curie/Redox & Solution stoichiometry practice problem/
                 equilibrium expression equation writing/

   5/17/19: Finish Madame Curie - RadiumWhat is a Curie (Ci)/Kinetics practice problems/


   5/21/19:  Gas Pressure & Entropy practice problems/Galvanic Cell - Electrochemistry Practice Problems

   5/22/19:  Thermite Demo with redox stoichiometry problem/Study Group on Big 6 & Middle 4 

   5/23/19:  Final Exam:  FRQ & Nomenclature [100 pts.]  Grades are posted 5/26/19

    5/24/19: [Senior Picnic] - Final exam prep - review practice problems & Study time

    5/28/19: [Senior Celebration Rally] -Final Exam Prep & Study time

    5/30/19: Need all Fast track and Text books back to sign you outFinal Exam -M/C portion [100 pts.]
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