Mr. Condon's
HONORS CHEMISTRY


Answers!



Here's the study guide for Honor's Chemistry - This looks very much like your final!!!



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Parents Weekend - Just something to think about - click on the link below:

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Homework Monday April 4 - Study polyatomic ion flashcards. You will be quizzed in your next class!!!




Lab Report Due April 1st (not a joke)



Weekend Homework
van der Waals in the news!!! Read me - you'll be quizzed!!!! Follow the link
http://www.sci-news.com/othersciences/physicalchemistry/wave-like-nature-van-der-waals-forces-03717.html


Coordinate, Metallic and van der Waals powerpoint

Periodic Table(s)





Study Guide Winter Exam ANSWERS




Study guide Winter Exam



Homework February 19, 2016



isomers of heptane.jpg

Homework February 18, 2016




Homework February 16, 2016




Homework February 12. 2016 - Due Monday!!!




Test Review Material


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Videos:

Valence electrons and Lewis Dot Structures
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yADrWdNTWEc
Ionic versus Covalent
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKA4CZwbZWU
Writing Chemical formulas for Ionic Compounds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URc75hoKGLY
Naming covalent compounds:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DejkvR4pvRw
Naming Ionic compounds with transition metals
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq0A-AHdB74

Vocabulary Terms:




Naming Molecules Powerpoint




Homework Jan 26 -



Homework Jan 25

Ionic Compounds Dot Structure Worksheet


Homework Jan 17 -

Lewis Dot Structure Worksheet

Homework Jan 16


Read Chapter section 7.1 pages 187 - 193




The universe is big and full of “stuff.” There is stuff we can see, stuff that we need, and a lot of stuff we don’t even know about. The stuff that fills our universe takes the shape of couches, iPhones, puddles, glitter, your mom, and everything in between. Stuff may look, feel, or taste different, but it is all made from the same fundamental building blocks, in chemistry, we call these building blocks matter. Chemistry is the study of matter’s structure and the way it behaves. This course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview to traditional concepts in chemistry (specified in the “Core Competencies” section of the syllabus), while also developing proficiency in the process scientific inquiry and experimentation. In addition to chemistry content knowledge, this course also aims to develop writing and thinking skills you will need to be successful as you prepare for more advanced coursework in and outside of the sciences. Over the course of this year, we will focus on producing polished scientific writing in addition to exploring metacognitive techniques.

COURSE DOCUMENTS

Syllabus


Binder Organization