Please enter your questions by subject area into the following documents. Put initials next to your personal questions so I know what you contributed to making the exam.
I suggest doing your work on a personal google doc and adding it to the class document when you are done in case someone is immature and tries to delete your work.
Chemistry Period 2
Chemistry Period 4
Chemistry Period 5
If anyone deletes or messes with other peoples work they will get an automatic 0!!!!
The exam should review the following:
Balancing Chemical Equations
Nuclear Energy & Alternatives
Nuclear Energy: The Pro's, The Con's, and the science behind it. Ex. "Draw a diagram of how a nuclear energy plant works."
What's an isotope?
Flint Water Crisis
Solute Concentration: ppm, ppb
What are the # of grams in 1 L of water that has 13,000ppb lead, 5,000ppb, 5ppb, and 0 ppb. Graph the safe levels, levels of concern, toxic waste level, and flint.
Health affects of contaminants in drinking water and their "safe concentrations."
Molarity & Dilutions
Molarity of solutions and how to make Dilutions of a liquid. "You may want to make this an active question that they have to perform during class?"
Acids & Bases
What is an acid/a base?
What is the pH scale?
If you go from a pH of 8 to a pH of 4, what is the change in Hydrogen Ion concentration?
Electronegativity and Bonding
Be able to determine if a bond is a Covalent, Polar Covalent, or Ionic Bond using electronegativity values
Covalent, Polar Covalent, and Ionic Bonds?
How do Polar Covalent bonds cause Hydrogen Bonds.?
Did you find any patterns when creating your electronegativity graph?
How do you make one?
What are they used for?
What is the difference between using distilled water and water with dissolved salt?
What happens if you add an acid? (Think of the penny battery.)
Phases of a Substance
Ionic & Covalent Bonding
1. Famous Chemists that Influence the Industrial Revolution and Time Line
2. Periodic Table of Elements & Groupings of Elements (Influential Chemists that developed the periodic table and atomic theories.)
3. Drawing and structure of Atoms: Bohr Model, Planetary Model, Lewis Dot Structure
4. Properties of Water
5. SI Units and the Metric System
6. Conversions ex. kg-g, miles-km,.....
7. Calculating Molar Mass and the number of Atoms or Molecules using Avogadros #
8. Accuracy vs. Precision
10. Bonding and Types of Molecules or Compounds
11. How a battery works
12. Elephant Toothpaste: reaction of hydrogen peroxide and yeast
13. Oxidation and Reduction Reactions
14. Exothermic & Endothermic Reactions