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Unit 3

4/9:  Lewis structure lecture & Review VSEPR Handout/ Explain how VSEPR works with examples and use of the model kit/Begin
         VSEPR Chart/Bullet Casing Lab Questions/  HW:  1.  Read & take notes on Pg. 400-406 on polarity 
         2.  Finish bullet casing lab -  Lab Format Handout


4/10:  VSEPR  Model Kit  practice and complete VSEPR chart - through molecular shape and name - VSEPR Day Instructions/
          Polarity discussion/Submit Bullet Casing Lab to back Midterms
         HW:  1. Read and take notes on pg. 488-491 & on video:  intermolecular forces  2.  Complete problems 1-7 on pg. 514 / 

 4/11: Finish VSEPR Chart through molecular geometry - and discuss how to determine whether a molecule
         is polar /How does polarity determine IMF's - Demo's /HW: 1. Finish VSEPR Chart through column 4  
        2. Naming Compounds #2

4/12: [Min. day] Review VSEPR Chart/Finish Polarity/ HW:  
         1. Heat Physics and energy handout, q =mCpdelta T 
         2. Read and complete Background Information for Cp Lab  

4/23:   How to light a Bunsen Burner/Cp of unknown metal lab data collection & Sample Calculations guided by Luci/
            HW: 1. Finish Cp metal lab - 
             Use Cp Metal Chart to identify your unknown metal.    2. VSEPR practice [BCl3, NI3, CH3F, CH2O]

4/24:    Collect Cp metal lab/Rev HW - VSEPR, naming compounds #2/Calorimetry sheet/Phase change energy graph handout
                 with notes & use periodic table information /Phase change information and a video example / Read through
                 example phase change problem /
                HW: Do Phase change energy problem: Calculate the amount of  energy to change 45.67 grams of ice at - 32.9 degrees 
                Celsius to water at 0.0 degrees Celsius.


4/25: Review HW/Another Phase Change Energy problem/IMF's/Gas pressure demo - syringe in 1 liter bottle & Pressure units/
         Pre-write P vs. V Lab/HW:  1. How much energy does it take to change 150.0 grams of liquid water at 34.5 degrees 
        Celsius to steam at  123.4 degrees Celsius?  2. Read Pressure vs. Volume Lab


4/26:  Short Gas Pressure Lecture/Complete BI for lab then Data collection - Graph data points & discuss/Rev HW/Discuss the 
            shape of the data points for the P vs. V Lab/Manipulate the P vs. volume graph to make a straight line/HW Quiz/
            HW: 1. Finish P vs. V Lab    2.  Phase Change Problem: 
            How much energy is lost when 19.84 grams of steam at 121.4 Celsius is converted to ice at - 3.4 Celsius?
 4/29:  Collect P vs. V Lab/ Review  Phase Change HW/Discuss P vs. T lab & complete Pre-write/HW: Physics type math problems 
            and q formula problems

4/30:  Phase change Problem - How much energy does it take to change 29.41 grams of water at 21.6 degrees Celsius to steam at 257.9                 degrees Celsius /Pressure vs. temp Lab - data collection & graph /HW: 1.Heat HW #1    

5/1:  Pressure vs. Temp:  Plug 0 kPa in for the pressure in your equation of the line and solve for the temperature in Celsius & turn 
            in lab/ VSEPR practice/Review Heat HW #1 Key/temperature conversions & covalent nomenclature
            /HW: 1. Read Pressure vs. Moles lab   2. Phase Change #3

5/2:  Discuss Pressure vs. Moles of gas - everyone collect one set of data-moles of Carbon dioxide 
            and pressure of carbon dioxide calc - Mrs. Luci to show Pressure vs. moles of gas graph/ Derive combined gas law 
            /HW: 1. Finish graph for P vs. n  2. Combined Gas Law: 1 & 2

5/3:  Review HW/Finish Combined Gas Law derivation with moles/Finish Combined Gas Law worksheet & Review/ HW Quiz
            HW: Combined Gas Law 5 & 6

5/6:   [AP Gov & AP Envir.] Review Gas Laws HW/Gas Law Worksheet/Work on practice test/ HW:  Finish Practice test 

5/7:  [AP Spanish & AP Physics I]  PHet simulations of gas pressure/Review  practice test/HW: 1. Study Group 

5/8 [AP Lit & AP Euro Exam]   Unit 3 Test/HW:  1. Use reaction rate reading guide and complete while reading 
            pages 596-600 in textbook  
            2. Review sheet # 1 

 Recommended Reading: Chapter 6: 172-188
                                        Chapter 7: 224-227
                                         Chapter 9: 280-304