AP Chem Fall syllabus 2016 - final.docx

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AP CHEMISTRY SYLLABUS Fall Semester 2014 Sr. Cecilia Sehr O.P., Ed.D. Week Topic Aug 18 Intro to AP Chemistry; Course Expectations; Summary Of Chapter 1; Begin Chapter 2 Lab #1: Determination of the Empirical Formula of Silver Oxide Objectives: To introduce the course, explain the course objectives, review scientific method, sig figures, and dimensional analysis. Aug 25 Review Chapter 2: Test on Chapters 1 and 2 (Chemical Foundations; Atoms, Molecules, and Ions) Lab #10: Grape Juice Chromatography Objectives: To review Dalton’s Atomic Theory, the Periodic Table, naming compounds, and test mastery of these concepts by an examination. Sept.1 Begin Chapter 3: Review stoichiometry; empirical Formulas; limiting reagents; percentage yield Lab: S’more Stoichiometry Lab # 3: Gravimetric Analysis of a Carbonate Objectives:To review stoichiometry,empirical formulas limiting reagents, and percentage yield. Sept. 8 Problems solving in Chapter 3: Lab# 5: Finding the Mole Ratio in a Chemical Reaction Test on Chapter 3 (Stoichiometry): Begin Chapter 4: Solutions, Molarity and precipitation Objectives: To explain the stoichiometry of precipitation reactions and test mastery of stoichiometry
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Sept. 15 Acid-base reactions; titrations; redox reactions
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