Grade 11 University Chemistry Homework Calendar

Quantities in Chemical Reactions

Learning Goals     Periodic Table    Activity Series/Solubility Rules    Electronegativity Table

 

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 Mar 1

 

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Completing Reactions Assignment
Reactions Lab
Observations

Measurements in Chemistry

 
  • Measurements
  • Measurement Extra Practice
     
    • This is optional - something to try when you have time!
       
    • Set Up an account on ExploreLearning.com :
      • Enroll in a class (blue button top right corner) - using the following class code:  W8TZK7ZG5P
      • Register - Create a User Name consisting of Firstname-Lastname
        (use a
        dash with NO space between your first name and last name)

         
    • Complete the following GIZMO
      • complete the first 4 questions on the quiz at the end of the GIZMO
  • Homework
    • Complete the Measurement Activity on Google Classroom

     

  • Assessment
    • Complete the Completing Reactions Assignment on Google Classroom
    • Complete the Reactions Lab Observations on Google Classroom

 Mar 2

 

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Reactions Concepts Test
Reactions Lab Analysis

Conversions in Measurements and Scientific Notation

 
  • Scientific Notation
    • Watch this video to review scientific notation and how to calculate with scientific notation on your calculator (Yes you will now know how to use the EE or EXP button on your calculator properly!)
    • If you forgot scientific notation, watch this video where I go through scientific notation in more detail
    • complete these practice questions (answers) to ensure you can complete scientific notation conversions and calculations
       
  • Conversions
  • Homework
    • Complete the Conversions Worksheet on Google Classroom

     

  • Assessment
    • Complete the Reactions Concepts Test on Google Classroom
    • Complete the Reactions Lab Analysis on Google Classroom

 

 Mar 3

 

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Math in Chemistry

  • Accuracy and Precision
    • Watch the following video to complete the bottom of WB 72 "Accuracy and Precision" (note)
       
  • Significant Digits Note
    • significant digits note WB 73-75
       
    • Understanding Significant Digits
      • Watch the following video to complete the Intro to Significant Digits note on WB 73 (answers)
         
    • Rounding Rules
      • Watch the following video that goes through rounding rules (note) WB 74
        (remember these are the same rules you already use - the only difference if you are rounding a number that is exactly halway between odd/even then even # rule)
         
    • Calculating with Significant Digits
      • Watch the following video and then complete WB 75 Calculating with Significant Digits (note)
  • Homework
    • WB 74a Significant Digits worksheet (answers)
    • WB 74b Are you really ready? worksheet (answers)
    • Complete the Significant Digit worksheet on Google Classroom
    • Complete the Are you really ready? worksheet on Google Classroom
    • Complete the Math in Chemistry Quiz on Google Classroom
       
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Mar 4

 

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Intro to the Mole    6.3 The Mole
  • Introduction to the Mole
    • Watch this video to get an idea what the mole is
       
    • Use this Powerpoint to complete How to Count Particles WB 78a
       
    • Review the Intro to the Mole  video (note)

      • complete Introduction to the Mole WB 78b (answers)
        (you do NOT need to print it - answer on lined paper - this is to get you used to cancelling units)
         
  • Counting with Moles
    • Watch the following videos to understand how to count in moles and complete the following worksheet:

      • Mole Calculations - Mole to Entity video (note)
      • Mole Calculations - Entity to Mole video (note)
  • Homework
    • Complete the following worksheets: (these are NEW worksheets - you do NOT need to print - you can answer on lined paper )

       

Mar 5

 

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Molar Mass    6.4 Molar Mass
  • Molar Mass
    • Watch this video (Tyler Dewitt) that explains what molar mass is
       
    • Watch this video (Mr. Kure) that reviews what molar mass is and explains how to calculate it (note)
    • Complete WB 79 (answers)

 

Mar 8

 

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Mass to Moles to Particles

   6.5 Mass and Number of Entities
  • Mass, Moles, and Particles
    • Practice Assignment "What's in the Beaker?" Worksheet (answers) (video)
      This is a practice for next week's assignment. Make sure that you are comfortable with determining the number of entities from a mass measurement. Do at least the first four examples.  I will tell you what page to submit towards the end of class today.
       

    •  use the following masses:

      • MgCl2 (Full Beaker 163.7g, Empty Beaker 143.1g)

      •  C12H22O11  (Full Beaker 197.7g, Empty Beaker 116.5g)

      • NaHCO3   (Full Beaker 207.6g, Empty Beaker 143.4g)

      • CuSO4-5H2O  (IGNORE THIS - you will NOT be asked to do hydrates)

      • SiO2  (Full Beaker 182.1g, Empty Beaker 143.4g)

      • Propane  (Full Container 1410.1g, Empty 1392.8g)

  • Homework
  • Assessment
    • Submit your What's in the Beaker? Work to Google Classroom
    • Complete the Mass and Entities Quiz on Google Classroom
       

 

 

Mar 9

 

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What's in the vial? Assignment

 Stoichiometry - Quantities in Chemical Reactions

    7.1 Mole Ratios in Chemical Equations
   7.2 M
ass Relationships in Chemical Equations
  • Molar Ratio

    • watch the following video to that introduces how mole ratios are used to determine the amount of reactant or product in a reaction

    •  complete WB 92 (answers

    • Look over Tutorial 2 on TB 319 and then complete TB 319 #2-3 (answers)
       

  • Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions

    • Watch the following video that explains how mass is converted to and from the mole when using molar ratios 

    •  complete WB 93 (answers

    • Look over Tutorial 1 on TB 323 and then complete TB 325 #6 (answers)
       

    • Look over these posters to review solving these types of problems:

      • poster 1 - an overview of solving problems with mass

      • poster 2 - an overview of problem solving for example 2 on WB 93

      • poster 3 - a summary of example 2 on WB 93

     

Mar 10

 

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Stoichiometry - Quantities in Chemical Reactions - Percent Yield

    7.1 Mole Ratios in Chemical Equations
   7.2 M
ass Relationships in Chemical Equations
  • Percent Yield

    • Watch the following video that explains what percentage yield is and how it is affected by various factors 

    • Look over Tutorial 1 on TB 337 and then complete TB 337 #1 (answers)

    • complete the Percent Yield note on WB 100

    • Use section 7.5 to write brief notes on the four factors that can affect the yield of a chemical reaction

     

  • Homework
    • complete the following to practice Percent Yield calculations
      (you do not need to print out these sheets - just do them on lined paper)

    • complete the following problems to practice Stoichiometry calculations:

    • Start Working on the Unit 3 Review WB 103 (omit #4,5,6) (answers)
       

  • Assessment
    • complete the Stoichiometry Quiz on Google Classroom

     

 Mar 11

 

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  Stoichiometry - Limiting Reactant

  • Limiting Reactant Introduction:

    • Watch the this video that explains what a limiting reactant is (watch up to 4:17)

    • complete WB 95 using this note  
       

  • Limiting Reactant Calculations:

    • Watch the remainder of this video (after 4:17) that explains how to calculate with limiting reactant  (this is based on Tutorial 1 on TB 331 and Sample Problem 1 on TB 333)

    • complete WB 96 using this note  
       

  • Look over this posters to review limiting reactant problems:

    • poster 4 - an overview of limiting reactant problems with mass

     

  • Homework
    • complete the following to practice limiting reactant calculations
      (you do not need to print out these sheets - just do them on lined paper)

  • Web Links:

  • Assessment
    • complete the Limiting Reactant Quiz  on Google Classroom

     

 Mar 12

 

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Stoichiometry Lab

  • Amount of Reactant in Excess Calculations:

     

  • Stoichiometry Lab

    • complete the Stoichiometry Lab Observations and Lab Procedure Flowchart
     
  • Homework
  • Assessment
    • complete the Stoichiometry Lab Prelab  on Google Classroom

 Mar 15

 

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Stoichiometry Lab Analysis
Stoichiometry - Review
Intro to Solutions

  8.2  Solutions and their Characteristics
 
  • Homework
    • Try some of the following Test Review Questions
  • Assessment
    • complete the Stoichiometry Lab Analysis  on Google Classroom

 Mar 16

 

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Stoichiometry Test

 

  • Assessment
    • complete the Concepts Test  on Google Classroom
    • complete the Stoichiometry Test  on Google Classroom
       
  • Homework
    • What happens when compounds dissolve?
      • Watch this video that explains what happens when ionic and molecular compounds dissolve in water
      • Watch this video that explains the dissociation process for ionic compounds 
      • Complete WB 108 using this SlideShow or using TB Section 8.3