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Chemistry 12 2018-19

Important Information

Course Outline (Hamilton)
Ministry of Education June 2017 *Draft* Chemistry 12 curriculum

We are currently working on Unit 4A – Acids-Base Equilibrium.

The Unit 4a – Acid/Base Equilibria Test will be on Tuesday, Mar 5.
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria Test was on Monday, Jan 21.

 
 

Feb 19
4.9 – Kb values – page 130 #35abc,36
4.13 – Hydrolysis – page 148 #69a,c,d,g, 70ab, 71
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
The Unit 4a – Acid/Base Equilibria Test will be on Tuesday, Mar 5.
 
 

Feb 13
4.14 – Ka and Weak Acid Solutions
Page 152
#74,75,76,77,79
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
 
 

Feb 11
Mixtures of Strong Acids and Strong Bases
Page 142-144
Choose 4 of #58-64, and choose 1 of #65-68
There will be a quiz on Wed ([H3O+], [OH-], pH, pOH, & strengths of acids/indicators)
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
 
 

Feb 7
pH and pOH
Page 135-141
#48,50-54,56
There will be a quiz on Wed ([H3O+], [OH-], pH, pOH, & strengths of acids/indicators)
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
 
 

Feb 5
pH and pOH
Page 139 & 141
#49,55
The class Retest Day will be on Monday, Feb 25.
 
 

Feb 1
Ionization of Water: The Acidity/Basicity of Water
Page 127 #28-34
 
 

Jan 30
Relative Strengths of Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Base day 2.
Page 133
#38-45
There will be a quiz next day on everything up to last class.
 
 

Jan 28
Relative Strengths of Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Bases.
pages 122,125,128,133
#20-27, 39ab
 
 

Jan 23
Brønsted-Lowry Acids and Bases.
Sections 4.3-4.5
pages 115,117,119,121
#10-19
 
 

Jan 21
Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria Test today.
Complete the intro worksheet on Acids & Bases.
 
 

Jan 17
Review Worksheet
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria Test will be on Monday, Jan 21.
 
 

Jan 15
Hard Water worksheet
begin Review Worksheet
Quiz 3 will be on Thursday
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria Test will be on Monday, Jan 21.
 
 

Jan 11
Quiz 2 today
Hebden pages 108: #81-86
Quiz 3 will be on Thursday
The Unit 3 – Solution Equilibria Test will be on Monday, Jan 21.
 
 

Jan 9
More Ksp & Will it Precipitate practice
Hebden pages 92-98: #41,50,51,58,64
There will be a quiz next class.
 
 

Jan 7
More Ksp & Will it Precipitate practice
Hebden pages 95-98: #43,46,49,54,56,59,60,61
 
 

Dec 20
More Ksp & Will it Precipitate?
Hebden pages 95-98: #40,42,44,45,47,48,52,53
 
 

Dec 18
Determining Molar Solubility, Given Ksp
Hebden pages 91-95: #40,42,44,45,47,48,52,53
 
 

Dec 14
Selectively Precipitating Ions
Hebden: #26,27,28,29,30,31,38
 
 

Dec 12
Lab – Qualitative Analysis: Precipitation or not lab
There will be a quiz next class.
 
 

Dec 10
Formula equations, total ionic equations, and net ionic equations
Complete the pre-lab worksheet
Also complete parts of the dilutions and mixing worksheet:
#1a,2abc,4a
There will be a lab next class
There will be a quiz in two classes
 
 

Dec 6
Soluble or Not soluble and even More Dissolving & Mixing
Page 81 #18e, 20e,f,21,22
 
 

Dec 4
More Dissolving & Mixing
Page 77-81 #10,11,14,15,17,18a,b,19,20a,b
 
 

Nov 30
Unit 2 – Solution Equilibria
Dissolving, Saturation, & Solubility
pages 73-78 #1-7,12,15a-d
 
 

Nov 28
Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium Test. No homework.
 
 

Nov 26
Prepare for the Unit 2 test next class.
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium Test will be on Wednesday, Nov 28.
 
 

Nov 21
ICE problems Worksheet 3
– complete at least 6 of the problems. Skip #7 because it requires solving a quadratic equation.
There will be a third equilibrium quiz next class.
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium Test will be on Wednesday, Nov 28.
 
 

Nov 19
Lab 19A
There will be equilibrium quizzes on Wednesday and another on Monday, Nov 26.
The Unit 2 – Dynamic Equilibrium Test will be on Wednesday, Nov 28.
 
 

Nov 15
More ICE box problems
Hebden Page 71
#49,52,53,58,60
Answer Key for Worksheet from last day here.
There will be an equilibrium quiz on Wednesday and another on Monday, Nov 26.
 
 

Nov 13
Equilibrium Constants (Keq) and Q ratios day 3
Worksheet
Answer Key here.
 
 

Nov 8
Equilibrium Constants (Keq) and Q ratios day 2
Hebden Page 62 #36,37,38,40,44,45
 
 

Nov 6
Equilibrium Constants (Keq) and Q ratios

Complete three things:
1. Hebden Page 60 – #31a-h,32,34,35a-e
2. Keq and Shifts worksheet.
3. Complete the pre-lab worksheet
There will be a quiz on Thursday
 
 

November 2
Industrial Applications of Le Chatelier’s Principle
Hebden Page 56
#29,30
Read Lab 19A
Complete the pre-lab worksheet
There will be a quiz on Thursday
 
 

Oct 31
Day 2 of Le Chatelier’s Principle: The effects of a disturbance to an equilibrium
Hebden Page 54
#23-27
 
 

Oct 29
Le Chatelier’s Principle: The effects of a disturbance to an equilibrium
Hebden Page 54
#17-22
 
 

Oct 25
Predicting Spontaneity
Hebden Pages 48
#14-16
 
 

Oct 23
Open/Closed Systems and Dynamic Equilibrium
Hebden Pages 37,42
#1-5, 8-13
 
 

Oct 17
Students wrote the Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics Test.
No homework.
 
 

Oct 15
Prepare yourself for the unit test next class.
Reaction Rate Worksheet
Unit 1 Review package (Answer key here)
The Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics Test will be on Wednesday, Oct 17.
 
 

Oct 11
Mechanisms Worksheet
Reaction Rate Worksheet
Unit 1 Review package (Answer key here)
There will be a quiz on Monday,
The Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics Test will be on Wednesday, Oct 17.
 
 

Oct 9
Reaction Mechanisms Day 2 & Catalysts
Hebden #50,51,52,54,55-61
There will be a quiz in two classes: Monday, Oct. 15,
The Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics Test will be on Wednesday, Oct 17.
 
 

Oct 4
Students completed the write-up for Lab 17A – Enthalpy of dissolution & neutralization.
Reaction Mechanisms
Hebden #46,47,48,49,53
 
 

Oct 2
We did Lab 17A. The write-up will be completed next class.
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 28
Complete the forward and reverse reactions worksheet.
Be prepared for the lab next class.
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 26
Reaction Rates Depend on Activation Energy and Kinetic Energy
Read pages 19-25.
Complete questions 29,30,34,36,38-45.
There will be a quiz next class.
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 24
Energy Diagrams of Reactions: Enthalpy & Activation Energy
Read pages 13-16 and pages 20-21.
Complete questions 23-28, 33,35,37.
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 19
Collision Theory & Factors that Affect Reaction Rates
Hebden pages 7-12
#10-17,19-22
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 17
The Chem 11 Review Test was today.
Continue working on calculating & measuring reaction rates:
– Hebden #1-6
– Reaction Kinetics worksheet 1.
– Hebden #7-9
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 13
The Chem 11 Review Test will be on Monday, September 17.
Complete the mole and stoichiometry review worksheet.
Due in two classes: Hebden #1-6 and the Reaction Kinetics worksheet 1.
Bring the signed safety contract.
 
 

Sept 11
Students reviewed the mole and stoichiometry.
Complete the entire worksheet except for the last 3 rows of the table (CO, neon, silver oxide)
 
 

Sept 7
Students continuing reviewing previous topics. Naming & balanced chemical equations.
Worksheet: #4,7-13,57-60,66a-e, 67a,e,f,g
 
 

Sept 5
Students reviewed formulas and naming of elements, ions, ionic compounds, and covalent compounds. Complete the worksheet for next class. There will be a Chem 11 review test in a couple weeks.

 
 

Topics to be covered this year:

Unit 0 – Review of Chem 11

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 0A – Write names of elements, ions, compounds, etc.
  • 0B – Write formulas
  • 0C – Determine types of chemical reactions, balance them, and predict products
  • 0D – Work with the mole and stoichiometry
  • 0E – Demonstrate an understanding of solution chemistry: concentrations and dilutions

 
 

Unit 1 – Reaction Kinetics

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 1A – Describe, measure, & calculate reaction rates
  • 1B – Describe collision theory and explain how factors will affect reaction rates
  • 1C – Relate enthalpy changes to activation energies and to endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • 1D – Describe how reaction rates are determined by kinetic energy and activation energy
  • 1E – Know that the rate determining step is related to the activation energy of an elementary step
  • 1F – Describe the reverse reaction when given a forward reaction, or vice versa
  • 1G – Predict an overall reaction, or an elementary step of a reaction mechanism
  • 1H – Compare and contrast activated complexes, reaction intermediates, and catalysts
  • 1I – Calculate ΔH values and apply Hess’s law.

 
 

Unit 2 – Equilibrium

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 2A – Describe Equilibrium systems and their rates
  • 2B – Use enthalpy and entropy to predict the results of reactions: no reactions, equilibrium, or spontaneous reaction
  • 2C – Predict the results of a stress placed on a system at equilibrium. Describe the shift using reaction rates or Le Chatelier’s Principle
  • 2D – Write Equilibrium Constant expressions and determine values of it or equilibrium concentrations
  • 2E – Compare Keq with Q (or Ktrial) to show the direction of a shift.
  • 2F – Use an ICE box to solve equilibrium problems

 
 

Unit 3 – Solution Equilibrium

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 3A – Describe and give examples of molecular and ionic dissolution
  • 3B – Determine solubility of salts (molar solubility or in mass per unit volume
  • 3C – Determine concentration of ions after mixing or diluting
  • 3D – Explain whether a compound is soluble or not and predict the results of mixing (precipitates?)
  • 3E – Write balanced chemical equations:
    • i. formula equations
    • ii. total ionic equations
    • iii. net ionic equations
  • 3F – Devise a strategy to identify and separate ions by selectively precipitating them one at a time
  • 3G – Solve Ksp problems involving concentrations and shifts to achieve equilibrium
  • 3H – Use concentrations to predict whether a mixture of two solutions will have a precipitate
  • 3I – Change apparent solubility by using stresses to shift the equilibrium left or right
  • 3J – Describe hard water and its impacts

 
 

Unit 4A – Acids, Bases, and Salts – B-L Acid/Base Equilibria

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 4A – Use Descriptive Definitions to describe acids, bases, and salts
  • 4B – Use the Arrhenius Definitions to describe acids, bases, and salts
  • 4C – Use the Brønsted-Lowry Definitions to describe acids, bases, and salts
  • 4D – Use the data pages (or lab indicator colours) to determine relative strengths of strong and weak acids and bases
  • 4E – Use Kw to describe the acidity and basicity of water or of solutions with strong acids or strong bases
  • 4F – Convert between [H3O+], pH, [OH-], and pOH
  • 4G – Solve Acid/Base concentration problems for strong acids and strong bases, or mixtures of them
  • 4H – Solve Acid/Base concentration problems for weak acids, weak bases, and salts (hydrolysis)

Unit 4B – Acids, Bases, and Salts – Applications

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 4E –
  • 4F –
  • 4G –
  • 4H –

 
 

Unit 5 – Electrochemistry

By the end of this unit, you will be able to…

  • 5A –
  • 5B –
  • 5C –
  • 5D –
  • 5E –
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