Chapter 12
1.What kind of intermolecular forces are present in each of the following substances.
a.BCl3
b.HCOH
c.CS2
d.NCl3
2.If 1.10 g of steam at 100.0 C condenses into 38.5 g of water, initially at
Math 3
Law of Cosines
I.
Recall that in order to solve an oblique triangle (find all missing angles and sides)
we must be given one of the following cases:
A. Law of Sines Cases
1. two angles and any
Chemical Changes
Objectives:
Watch and take notes of chemical reactions.
Create your own experiments to identify specific chemicals in household products.
Use the learned methods from the smallscale
Math 3
Law of Sines & Law of Cosines
I.
Overview
A. An oblique triangle is a triangle containing NO RIGHT ANGLE.
B. In order to solve an oblique triangle (find all missing angles and sides),
we must b
Math 3
Inverse Trigonometric Functions (Part II)
In our review of functions and their inverses, we were reminded that f f 1 ( x) x for all x in the domain of
f 1 ( x) and f 1 f ( x) x for all x in the
Hannah Spieller
Solubility Rules Prelab
Objective:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Watch and take not of precipitation reactions.
Formulate basic solubility guidelines based on the data gathered from the experiment.
Desc
Hannah Spieller
Reactions of Aqueous Ionic Compounds Prelab
Objectives:
1. Observe several chemical reactions by putting two ionic compound solutions together.
2. Use a matrix to organize the data you
Hannah Spieller
Chemical Changes
Objectives:
Watch and take notes of chemical reactions.
Create your own experiments to identify specific chemicals in household products.
Use the learned methods from
Hannah Spieller
Isotopes and Atomic Mass Prelab
Objectives:

Figure out and calculate the average weight of each isotope of the imaginary element vegium.
Figure out the relative abundance of each veg