Feeling the Heat of Metal
Sudeep Reddy(42251) P2 Snyder
Objective: To observe the process of thermal equilibrium and how heat energy flows from hot to
cold areas and find the initial temperature of the brass BBs.
Mmetal x Cmetal x Tmetal =
Lets Get POPPIN!
Sydney Nguyen, Sudeep Reddy, Pranay Bopanna
Snyder 2nd Period
Mass of 20 kernels + weigh boat
Mass of weigh boat
Mass of popcorn
Volume of popcorn
Volume of popcorn in liters
Catalog No. AP5607
Publication No. 5607
Flame Test Kit
Student Laboratory Kit
Just as a fingerprint is unique to each person, the color of light emitted by metals heated in a flame is unique to each metal.
In this laboratory activity, the cha
CHEMISTRY I - Notes
The _ unit of matter.
Smallest particle of an element that retains the _ _ _ _.
actual mass (kg)
amu (_ _ _):
a unit used to express very small masses
based on the
Chemistry I - Lab
Isotopes of Pennium
Unless youre a coin collector, you probably think all US pennies are pretty much the same. To
the casual observer, all the pennies in circulation do seem to be identical in size, thickness, and
composition. But just a
ACT-CORE Spectrum TubesStudent Page
Background: Spectrum tubes contain one or more elements in the gaseous state. Energy is supplied'to the
atoms in the tube, creating an electric eld with ions and electrons moving about. When the electron
We use to represent covalent bonds
Formulas in which:
1) Element symbols represent the nuclei and core electrons.
2) Dot pairs (a dash) between two symbols represent covalent bonds
(shared e- pairs)
3) Dot pairs around the outside of a sy
CHEMISTRY I Review Sheet
1) What is a chemical bond?
2) Why do atoms bond?
3) Which electrons are involved in bonding?
4) What does the octet rule state?
5) What are the 3 types of bonds, and how do they differ with regard to electrons?
CHEMISTRY I - HOMEWORK
1) Define chemical bond?
2) What does the Octet Rule state?
*Explain the difference between each bond type (with regard to the bonded electrons)
4) Non-Polar Covalent:
5) Polar Covalent:
* List the prope
Unit 5: Quantum Theory and EM Spectrum
You must know the relative ordering of the various regions of the electromagnetic spectrum:
What is the wavelength
*Test covers ALL information in note packet (Atomic Structure).
*Test covers activities and homework assignments completed for this unit.
1) What contribution did John Dalton make to atomic theory?
CHEMISTRY I - LAB
Wear goggles and apron. (jk)
Objective: To identify various categories found within the periodic table.
Materials: Map pencils, markers, crayons
1) Using a marker, draw in the stair step.
2) Using pages
AP* Chemistry Big idea 1 , Investigation 1
Analysis of Food Dyes in Beverages
Assume an investigative role and design a valid procedure using spectroscopy and graphical analysis
to determine the concentration of FD&C food dyes in sports dri
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Secondary School Examination
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT I, 2012
General Instructions :
The Marking Scheme provides general guidelines to reduce subjecti
Empirical Formula of Copper Carbonate Lab
Snyder AP Chemistry
The empirical formulas of many ionic compounds are obvious if the charges on the ions are known. This
is not the case with copper carbonate however. Its empirical formula can be det
snyder (ams7383) Summer Homework snyder (2015C204)
This print-out should have 25 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page find all choices
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AP Biology: Period 7
Honor Statement: All of the work contained within this lab report is my own work. I did not copy
anyone elses work. I did not ask my classmates for help on this lab report. I did not work with a
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Osmosis Lab III Post Lab
Potato cores were place in colored solutions of unknown concentration. The possible concentrations of the sucrose
solutions are 0.10M, 0.40M, 0.50M, 0.70M, and 0.90M. The mass of the potato was determined before and after
Covalent Naming Worksheet
1) Name the following covalent compounds:
a) Sir. 9 K\Mr\ imiluwt
b) N283 Dmitrgm Trkmw
c) HBr H dlasgn Mono bromizlq
d) Brz (6(th bFQmWZ.
2) Write the formulas for the following covalent compounds:
Solutions and Aciols & Bases Practice Test
1. Vocabuiary matching section Define each ofthese words l it
cl. Tyndall Effect
T he r
m o c h e m ist r
N u c lea r
C h e m ist r y
P r a ct ic e T est
m p let io n
p l et e th e c h a r t f o r al p h
i at i o n
an d g a m m a r a d i a t i o n
\ sym b ol
I En e r g y
1M a s s
w i l l b e m n 0
Parts of an Atom
World is empty space through which atoms move
Law of conservation of mass
FORMATION OF IONIC COMPOUNDS
Ionic compounds are composed of cations
(metals) and anions (nonmetals).
Although they are composed of ions, ionic
compounds are electrically neutral. The positive
charge equals the negative.
The positive charge and the
Bubblology is the study of bubbles or anything related to bubbles. Usually used when referring to the watching, making,
or sometimes, chemistry of bubbles, but is not an accredited field of science.
Intermolecular forces notes:
1. Define the term intermolecular force.
2. For the following intermolecular forces, London/dispersion forces, dipole-dipole forces, and hydrogen
bonding, include the following:
i. a short description of the force
ii. The type
Atoms and elements practice-use your periodic table to fill in the following tables.
Practice: Fill in the table.
1.67493 x 10 -27
1.67262 x 10 -27
9.10939 x 10 -31
1. Fill in the table: