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AP/IB Chemistry (Period 3)

Instructor
Garrett Lim
Term
Fall 2019
Department
Science
Description

Welcome to AP Chemistry. This class is designed to meet the requirements of the AP curricula. Each student in this class is expected to take the AP test in May. All the information presented will be helpful to deepen your understanding of the related concepts. Please continually check this website AND your email for updated information, due dates and homework. I am very excited about this class and I look forward to an amazing year of discovering the wonders of chemistry! Get ready for a challenging yet fun year!

Lab times:

3nd period: Mondays, 4:00-6:15PM

6th period: Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 2:45-3:30PM

Course Description

AP Test: Thursday, May 7th, 2020 AM

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Due:

Final Exam!

Due:

Finish AP Multiple Choice Practice below.

1.             A                          21.             C                          41.             C

2.             B                          22.             B                         42.             B

3.             B                          23.             C                          43.             B

4.             D                          24.             A                          44.             D

5.             C                          25.             A                          45.             C

6.             D                          26.             D                          46.             B

7.             A                          27.             A                          47.             A

8.             A                          28.             D                          48.             D

9.             B                          29.             D                          49.             C

10.             B                          30.             C                          50.             D

11.             D                          31.             A                          51.             C

12.             D                          32.             C                          52.             C

13.             B                          33.             C                          53.             B

14.             C                          34.             A                          54.             B

15.             B                          35.             C                          55.             D

16.             A                          36.             A                         

17.             A                          37.             B                         

18.             B                          38.             C                         

19.             C                          39.             D                          

20.             C                          40.             A                         

Due:

Crystal Violet Lab and lab notebook due

Due:

Ch. 11 Test!
 

Due:

Do AP Practice below AND

p.553 #41-48
 
#45b should be rate = k[O3]^2/[O2]

Due:

Have this lab ready for the lab period!

Due:

p. 553 #37-40
 
Answers: 
 
38: 85 kJ/mol
40: 270 kJ/mol

Due:

p. 553 #25-30
 
Answers: 
26: 1.87 g azomethane remains; 0.063 g nitrogen formed
28: 150 min
30: 4.3 mg

Due:

Rate and Order Lab due.  

Due:

worksheet below PLUS

p. 553 #15-20, 31-34

Answers:

16: k=0.00557 / min
18: t=57 h
20: t=0.0490 min
32: 2nd; k=9220 L/mol*h
34: rate=k[HOF]; 0.025/min
 

Due:

p. 553 #7-10, 13, 14 AND the worksheet I gave you in class. 
 
Answers:
8: increases by a factor of 9; decreased by a factor of 1/4
10: a: Rate=k[NO]2[Br2]
      b: rate will triple
      c: rate will decrease by a factor of 1/4
 
14: a: Rate = k[CO][NO2]
      b: 1.9 L/mol·h
      c: 2.1 x 10–7 mol/L·h
 
Worksheet
1c: 25L^2/mol^2s
1d: 2.8E-5 mol/Ls
1e: 5.0E-5 mol/Ls = rate of consumption
1f: 1.0E-4 mol/Ls = rate on formation

2c: 6.32 L^2/mol^2s
2d: 0.159 mol/Ls

3e: 4.0E-5/min
 
 

Due:

Get this lab ready!

Due:

p. 553 #1-6

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Ch. 10 Quiz!

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AP Practice
 
AND Kinetics Cramsheet
 
AND Beer's Law Lab Quiz

Due:

Print out the notes below!!!

Print out the example problems below and bring them to class!  Choose your version.  There is the shrunken save-the-earth version and there's the magnified save-your-eyes version.

Due:

p. 505 #25-28, 54, 55, 62 (Use Appendix G to find the vapor pressure of water)
  
Some answers: 
 
26: 17.6 mmHg
28: 444 mmHg
54: a: Na2SO4; b: Na2SO4
62: a: Na2SO4; b: Na2SO4; c: HOCH2CH2OH

Due:

Get ready for Beer's Law Lab (no...not THAT beer...).
 
Paraphrase the procedure in your lab notebook.

Due:

p. 505 #19, 21, 22, 56, 58
 
Some answers:
 
22: S=7.6x10^-4 mol/kg = 1.5x10^-6 g/mL
56: a: 13.5%; b: .0459; c: 2.67m
58: a: .162; b: 30.0%; c. 9.97M
 

Due:

Ch. 9 Test

Due:

Print out Ch. 10 Fill-In Notes

Due:

Ch. 10 Cramsheet Due
 

Due:

p. 467 #24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34

and

IMF Practice

Due:

Do the worksheet attached (only do the odd #'d problems on the worksheet)

Here are the answers. Let me know if they jive with yours. Also, please report your answers to 2 sig figs. The sig figs are kinda weird with this worksheet. My bad...

Worksheet (do the even ones if you want extra practice):
1. -140kJ
2. -47kJ
3. -16kJ
4. 180kJ
5. -120kJ
6. -52kJ
7. 250 kJ
8. -250 kJ
9. 130kJ
10. 3.0kJ

Due:

p. 435 #1-8, 29-30, 32

Due:

Ch. 8 Test!

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Print out the following handout! It will help with the explanation of things =)

Due:

Cramsheet due as well!

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Lab Quiz today!  Finish AP Practice below!
 
Print out Fill-In Notes for Ch. 9!

Due:

Do the attached worksheet
 
Print out Fill-In Notes for Ch. 9!

Due:

p. 217 #55, 56, 57, 59, 60, 63, 64, 67, 81abd
 
Ans: #56a: -601.24kJ/molrxn, b: -1500kJ
#60a: -69.8 kJ/molrxn; b: 942 kJ evolved (negative tells you energy is released)
#64: 103.6 kJ/mol
 

Due:

Due:

p. 217 # 37, 39, 41, 49a, 50a, 51, 52
 
Ans: #50a: -43.6 kJ/molrxn
#52: -320. kJ

Due:

Happy Mole Day!

Due:

Bonding Test!

Due:

p. 217 #5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15

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Thermo Cramsheet Due!!!

This worksheet is all about q=mcdeltaT.

Print out the notes for the next chapter!

Due:

Bonding AP Practice Worksheets!
 
also, print out notes!

Due:

Lewis Structure Practice. Complete the Polarity and Hybridization columns for the problems you already did and do another 1/4 of the worksheet, completing all columns for those. 

Due:

Lewis Structure Practice. Each person in the group does 1/4 of it. (Only do the Lewis structure, steric number and shape columns)

Due:

Print out lab worksheet for the next lab!

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Ch. 6 Test!

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Cramsheet due!

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AP Practice, Finish Lab and print out notes if you haven't yet.

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Finish AP Practice MC Questions (Skip 9, 14 and 16)

p. 281: #63, 65, 69, 70, 71, 74
 
Also, print out Bonding notes!

Due:

p. 281 #23-28, 31abd, 32, 33-36

Due:

Finish PES Activity

Due:

p. 247: 3, 4, 7, 8, 17, 18, 21, 22, 48
p. 281: 3, 6, 17, 19, 56, 57, 58abcdf

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Gases Test

Due:

He+ Worksheet

Due:

Print out Fill-In Notes
 
Electrons/periodic table Cramsheet due today!

Due:

Print out Fill-In Notes

Due:

Selected answers:
 
1bi: 56 g/mol
1c: 2.6 atm
1d: 26.7 mol
 

Due:

Lab Challenge!!!

Due:

Nonideal Gas Law Worksheet and Gas Stoich Worksheet

Due:

Ideal Gas Law FR Worksheet and Ideal Gas Law MC Worksheet
 
Answers to the FR:

1a. 0.250mol; 1.50mol b. 0.143; 0.857 c. 3.00atm; 0.500atm     d. 3.50atm   2. 2.06atm 3. 0.00314mol 4. 64g/mol   5. 49.9L 6a. 8L b. 6.2L 7a. 762mmHg b. 2.2g

 

Due:

Lab Quiz!

Due:

TEST TODAY!!!

Optional practice below...
3h, 4e and 4g are things that we haven't studied yet
For 4f, dilute means equimolar pretty much

Due:

Gas Law Lab. Look it over and paraphrase the procedure in your lab notebook. You know the drill =)

Due:

Print out Gas Fill-In Notes
Complete the cramsheet!

Due:

Practice Worksheet due!

Due:

Molarity Practice due!

1: .254M Na2CO3; .254M CO32-; .508M Na+
2: .0159M dichromate; .0318M K+
4: .0210g sodium phosphate; .003069M Na+; .001023M phosphate
5: .989L
6: .0100M
7: .0750M
9a: [BaCl2]=[Ba2+]=.12M; [Cl-]=.24M
9b: all are .0125M
9c: [AlCl3]=[Al3+]=.146M; [Cl-]=.438M
9d: [K2Cr2O7]=[Cr2O72-]=.500M; [K+]=1.00M
10: 121mL
11: 60.g NaOH; 53g Cl2
12: 193mL 
13: 1.50x10^3mL; 0.900M = [Na+] = [NO3-]
14: 1.73g

Due:

Redox Practice Worksheet (predrxn_redoxprac2.pdf): 

Due:

Prelab Below!!!
 
You will need Experiment 8 for the Experiment 8 Prelab

Due:

Do the worksheet below!

Double Replacement Quiz!!!

Here are some extra practice problems from previous years:

2013: 4a
2005: 4d, h
2005B: 4a, d, g
2004: 4c, d, g
2004B: 4d, h

The problems can be found here:

http://apcentral.collegeboard.com/apc/public/exam/exam_information/221837.html

Due:

Redox Practice Worksheet

Due:

Complete Double Replacement Reaction Worksheet

Due:

Print out lab to be prepared for the precipitate lab.  DO NOT put this in your lab notebook.  

The first page is a prelab. Do it!

Due:

Finish the compound practice worksheet that is attached.

Due:

Ch. 2-3 Test!

Due:

Lab Quiz!
 
Combustion Analysis Questions
 
Answers:
2005: C7H6O2
2006: C4H5N2O
 
Also, print out Ch. 4 Notes if you haven't yet.

Print out study guide below. Trust me. It will help you!

Due:

Cramsheet 3 is due.
M-M-Mega Ion Quiz!!!
Study for the 9-station review!

Due:

Ion Bee!
Print out Ch. 4 Fill-In Notes

Cramsheet 3: the entire cram sheet will be due Monday.  I will not check the cramsheet on Friday.

Due:


Ion Quiz #3 on the third set of flashcards!
Finish Cramsheet #2
Print out and begin working on Cramsheet #3 (this one's LONG!!!)

Due:

Ion Quiz #2 on the second set of flashcards!
Print out and bring Stoichiometry Fill-In Notes

Do Cramsheet #2 from #1-14 and Book questions up through #37


Due:

Ion Quiz #1 on the first set of flashcards!
Print out Chapter 2 Fill-In Notes and bring to class.
Print out Ion Flashcards and AP ion sheet and study from these.
Hydrate Lab Pre-lab due at night lab and on Tuesday for Per. 6 
Print out and begin working on Cramsheet #2

Due:

Complete the prelab below and paraphrase the procedure in your lab book!

Also, complete the simulation below regarding your lab.
 
Animation is here

Due:

Chapter 1 Quiz (no calculator allowed!!!)
Error and Measurement Worksheet
Optional Donation ($10 suggested) due!  Please consider donating!

Due:

Finish Cramsheet
Optional Donation ($10 suggested) due Friday.  Please consider donating!
 
For your homework: 1km = 0.62137mile
 
Answers may vary for #27

Due:

Get syllabus and rules signed
Get safety contract signed
Safety Quiz!
Continue working on Cramsheet: book questions through AP MC Review 1-7

Due:

Get your textbook covered!
Print Ch. 1 fill-In notes and bring to class.
Print out and start working on cram sheet.  Finish 1-17 on the cramsheet.  


Due:

Finish Cramsheet
Optional Donation ($10 suggested) due Friday.  Please consider donating!
 
For your homework: 1km = 0.62137mile
 
Answers may vary for #27