1. Zinc (I) and Copper
2. Calcium and
3. Magnesium and
4. Calcium oxide and
Water / Synthesis
5. Copper (II) Sulfate
6. Copper (II)
Scientific Method Activity-Thumb Wrestling Analysis
Name: Hector Salazar
collect and analyze multiple sources of data/scientific evidence.
identify the different elements of scientific inquiry.
During this a
Periodic Properties of the Elements
Analyze trends within groups and periods on the periodic table of elements.
Determine the identity of seven m
Periodic Table Project
You are the Marketing Manager of a small chemical company that specializes in
producing and selling certain elements or Groups of elements. To improve sales and
reach your financial goals, the President of the company has asked you
Separation of Mixtures Web Activity
Go to the following website, read the information of separation of mixtures,
perform the activity and record the correct separation apparatus as well as
separation technique for each mixture. Then take the quiz and reco
For the following compounds, state what type of compound it is and then name it.
- Binary Type I
- 1Magnisuim Oxide
- Calcium Phosphate
- Fluorine trioxide
- Sodium Hydroxide
1.) A: I believe that zinc is shiny, white, silver, and hard.
B: we did
C: Its rusting turning the zinc from white to black
2.) A: Its white, its thin, easily brakeable, looks like twigs of wood.
B: We Did
C: It started to dissolve.
1.) A: I
Be able to identify the number of valence electrons of an element.
1. How many valence electrons are in
Be able to
Chemistry Assessment 2nd Quarter
1. How do atoms achieve chemical stability?
A) transfer electrons
B) transfer protons
C) transfer neutrons
D) none of the above
Use the following choices to answer questions
Chemistry Assessment 1st Quarter
1) What element would have one more valence electrons than phosphorus
2) How many valence electrons are present in an Iodine ion