Asignacin 2.02 consists of two parts: you will watch a video as you complete a video
response chart, and you will write a paragraph, in English.
View the grading rubric at the end of this document before beginning your work. This is
2.08 Presentaciones- Asignacin
Answer the following in complete Spanish sentences.
1. Quines estn en el muelle (deck)?
Margarita es en el muelle. Susana y Pablo estn en el crucero tambin.
2. En qu parte del mundo (world) estn los amigos?
Ellos van con n
Evaluate different catalysts to determine which is the best
Illustrate the difference between using a heterogeneous and homogeneous
Demonstrate how varying the quantities of a catalyst can affect the reaction
Journal: Prove It!
The illustration shows the mixing of two colorless aqueous solutions (lead nitrate and potassium
iodide) in a sealed flask to form a yellow precipitate (lead iodide) and a colorless solution
What is meant by the ph
For those of you who do not know, background radiation is found within the
environment. It is the main source of radiation exposure for most people. A humans
exposure to radiation is dangerous. Exposure to high levels of radiation can cause
cancer and a c
Explain how this activity demonstrates exponential decay:
Exponential decay is the proportionality constant between the rate of radioactive
nuclear decay and the number of radioactive nuclei remaining. In this experiment,
the decayed M & Ms were removed a
Explore various web sites and research resources to answer the following questions:
1. How is radon formed?
Radon is a radioactive gas that is formed by the radioactive decay of uranium.
2. Where is radon found on Earth?
Lab: Reaction Rate
Understand the relationship between temperature, surface area, and
concentration, and how those qualities influence the rate of reaction
Explain reaction rates on a molecular level
The rate of reaction (reaction
Position on Nuclear Power
Dear Local Newspaper,
I believe that there are advantages to having nuclear power plants, but the
consequences of them outweigh the advantages. Nuclear power plants contaminate
the area they are located in. With that area being c
Practice: Conservation of Mass-Energy
1. In 1 kilogram of pure water, the mass of hydrogen atoms is approximately 112 grams, or 0.112
kilograms. What is the energy equivalent of this mass in joules?
E = 0.122 kg x (299,792,458)^2 m2/s2
E = 1.01 x 10^16 J
Lab: Electron Configuration
Observe the energy emitted from different electron energy levels when energy is
applied to a gas-discharge lamp.
Obtain a basic knowledge of why gas-discharge lamps produce different colors of
Chemical and Physical Change
Recognize the differences between chemical and physical changes.
Determine if a change is physical or chemical.
Weve all seen those movies where the
mad scientist is tinkering with some
Measurement and Density
Your Name: _
Purpose of this Lab
What is the goal of this lab? What question are you trying to answer, or what problem are you
trying to explain?
To learn to convert measurements relevant to lab procedures. I am
Exploratory Activity: Chromatography
1. What observations did you notice after placing a few drops of water on the paper with the first
It started to run out to the edge of the filter turning from black to yellow, then red, blue, and
Journal: Electron Orbitals (Clouds)
Student name: Connor Brown-Ciolli
1. Think about the pencil-dropping activity that you did in the introduction. What did the
target finally look like? (2 points)
A series of circles with little points inside them.
Journal: Super Heavy Elements
Directions: After doing some research, answer the following questions.
1. What is a heavy element?
An element with an atomic number greater than 92
2. What is a super heavy element?
Element with an atomic number greater than