AP Chemistry Ch 5 Thermodynamics I: Thermochemistry:
Enthalpies of Formation: Hmk D
Date due: _
What is meant by the term standard conditions with reference to enthalpy changes?
What is meant by the term enthalpy of formation?
What is me
AP Chemistry Lab: Ch 4 Reactions in Aqueous Solution
Determining the Concentration of a Solution: Beers Law
The primary objective of this experiment is to determine the concentration of an unknown
copper (II) sulfate solution. A spectrom
AP Chemistry Ch 10 Gases Lab:
Determining the Molar Volume of a Gas
After reading the Background and E
AP Chemistry Ch 3 Stoichiometry: DETERMINATION OF THE EMPIRICAL FORMULA OF IRON OXIDE
LAB GROUP MEMBERS: _
Objective: To determine the empirical formula of Iron oxide
Compounds are substances that consist of more tha
PhET Simulation: Beers Law Lab
Students will be able to:
Describe the relationship between solution concentration and the intensity of light that
Explain how wavelength, solution color, and abso
AP Chemistry Ch 4: Reactions in Aqueous Solution
Molarity and Titration Lab
Oxalate compounds have importance in many chemical and biological reactions. They are used in the
photographic sciences, and are the main component of k
AP CHEM Designing a Hand Warmer Lab
Maxwell Keller, Robert Jankowiak, Jason Kubanik
Objective: The objective of this Lab was to effectively design a hand warmer that is
inexpensive, non-toxic, and safe for the environment. Each group was given a set of
Net Ionic Equation and Precipitate Lab
For each compound, write the two ions that make it up (Ex: K2Cr2O4 = K+ CrO42-)
In each square, write the two new compounds that will form.
Cross out any squares where you KNOW both produc
Cam Watt, Cole Ellsworth, Louis Estrella
Vector Lab Write-up
Problem: Determine the resultant distance from the top of the flagpole outside the district office
to the doorknob of the outside door #13 by the nurses office.
Theory: In order to determine the
Cam Watt, Cole Haine Ellsworth, Louis Estrella
Calculate the displacement ratio for a cart and block when the cart moves due to the sliding of
the block on it.
Frictional force is a force that is pr
Cam Watt, Louis J. Estrella, Cole Haine Ellsworth, Lucas D. Robinson
Circular Motion Lab
The central purpose of the lab was to determine the mass of an object swung in a circular path
at a constant velocity and to determine the mass of an object
Cam Watt, Cole Haine Ellsworth, Louis Estrella
Determine where to place two targets. The projectile must travel through one target during its
flight, and the projectile must land on the second target.
Theory: (motion in
UNIT FIVE: Archaeology Text Questions
1. What is the fossil record?
A fossil record is made up of all of the fossils ever discovered as well as those still buried
beneath the earth.
2. Where does the fossil record begin?
The fossil record
UNIT SEVEN: Forensic Science Lab Questions
Visit Eye of the Donkey and play the game
1. What does the PCR do?
PCR is a method by which a few fragments of DNA can be duplicated into millions in a
couple of hours.
2. Why is PCR helpful to fore
UNIT SIX: Forensic Science Text Questions
1. What is liver mortis? How might this reveal information about the time of death?
Liver mortis refers to the settling of blood in the lowest parts of the body. It occurs
about 8 to 12 hours afte
UNIT SIX: Forensic Science Lab Questions
Click on the link to listen to the podcast interview of Dr. Bill Bass, founder of the Body
1. When Dr. Bass works cases, either cold cases or ongoing investigation, what is his
UNIT SEVEN: Criminology Text Questions
1. What are the two models of the criminal justice system that Packer
identified? Describe each model.
The two models of the criminal justice system that Packer identified are
the crime control model
UNIT SEVEN: Criminology Lab Questions
Visit A Death in Saint Augustine
1. What is the question at the center of the situation discussed in the video?
The question is if Michelle OConnell committed suicide?
2. Why is Jeremy Banks' profession
UNIT EIGHT: Criminology Text Questions
1. What are detention and correctional facilities? How are they different?
Detention facilities handle individuals who have been arrested and are
going through processing or awaiting trial. Correctio
UNIT TWO: Forensic Science Text Questions
Please complete the following questions. It is important that you use full sentences
and present the questions and answers when you submit your work. Submit the work
as a file attachment. This means you complete a
UNIT SIX: Criminology Text Questions
1. Identify and discuss two different goals that the criminal justice system
One of the goals for the criminal justice system is to prevent crime from
happening. The second goal is to limit the fr
UNIT ONE: Forensic Science Lab Questions
The answers to the lab questions are worth 10 points.
The Secret in the Cellar
1. Describe the case that the forensic anthropologists and others discover. Why
do they suspect tha
UNIT THREE: Forensic Science Text Questions
1. What are the four types of evidence in a criminal investigation?
Physical evidence, Documentary evidence, Demonstrative evidence and Testimony
2. What are individual characteristics
UNIT FIVE: Forensic Science Lab Questions
Toorale Man Murder Mystery
1. How was the Toorale Man found?
The toorale man was found by Badger Bates, he was walking in the Toorale National Park
when he came across a skull.
2. What did archaeolog
UNIT ONE: Forensic Science Text Questions
The answers to the Review & Critical Thinking questions are worth 10 points.
1. What is forensic science?
Forensic science or forensics is the application of science to the c
UNIT FIVE: Forensic Science Text Questions
1. What is the NIBIN?
NIBIN stands for National Integrated Ballistic Identification Network and it provides law
enforcement agencies around the worlds with access to the images and information.
UNIT SIX: Criminology Lab Questions
Visit The Real CSI and watch the video to answer the following questions.
1. What happened in the investigation of the Madrid bombings with the
The fingerprint from the Madrid bombing
UNIT FIVE: Criminology Lab Questions
1. Why is cybercrime a problem today?
Cybercrime is a problem because there are more people doing it and not just
that, businesses hire hackers to bring down enemies, and more people a
UNIT FIVE: Criminology Text Questions
1. What are the two types of white-collar crimes?
The first type of crime is occupational crime which is those crimes committed by
an individual for personal gain and profit during the course of their