Experiment 1: Design an Experiment
The following experiment is meant to be designed by you with the beans provided in the
kit! You will design and execute an experiment to test several factors that influence seed
germination. Whatever your experimental de
First Aid in a Chemical Laboratory
Accidents do not often happen in well-equipped chemistry laboratories if students understand safe laboratory
procedures and ar
Unit 9 Review Guide
Matching Place each letter of the indicated parts of the equation with the term. (1 pt. each)
bN(O3)2 + 2 NaI 2 Na(N03) + PbIz
g ,y 1. reactants P 4. andorp|us
5. yields or produces
l. A certain blue light has a frequency of 6.91 X 10 HZ. What is the wavelength of the light?
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2. What is the energy of a quantum of light from question 1?
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In Class Review Problems-Level 2 Chemistry
Lesson 1The Metric System
1. Convert the following numbers to either standard or scientific notation:
a. 3.2x10'5 b. 1560000
2. Convert the following:
a. 34mL to L b. 3.4x109n
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1. A container holds 500 mL of C02 at 20C and 742 torr. What will be the volume of the C02 if the
pressure is increased to 795 torr?
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Unit 5 Review Questions In-class KEY
How did Mendeleev organize the Periodic Table?
He organized the Periodic Table by atomic mass.
What are the three Periodic Table trends discussed in class? Describe the
1. Atomic radius- increases down, d
Lewis Dot Structures Name: K E":
Lewis Dot Structures for Atoms and Ions:
Draw Lewis Dot Diagrams for the following atoms and ions. Be sure to use proper notation.
1. Cs 2. Na+ 3. P 4. Si
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Density 8: Specific Heat Practice Name: M E!
Level 1 Chemistry Period:
1. The mass of an empty graduated cylinder is determined to be 68.4g. When filled with llmL of
a liquid, the combined masses ofthe graduated cylinder and the liquid are 78.1g.
Complex Calculations with Sig Figs Name: KEV
Level 1 Chemistry Period:
Perform the following calculations. Be sure to show all work and record your answer with the proper
number of signicant figures.
1. An empty graduated cylinder has a mass of15.31g. Whe
Physical 8: Chemical Changes Name: HEN
Physical & Chemical Properties Period: 3
Part A: Chemical and Physical Properties
1. Place each of the following properties in the appropriate column on the chart below. Next to each
property in your chart, label i
The Quantum Atom Name: K E f
Level 1 Homework Period:
1. List the names and symbols of the four quantum numbers used to describe an electron.
cfw_annoys quantum a in ' ems Quantum a: me)
mutate use. .2? is? 4* (26>
2. If n=3, What a
Factor Label Problems
Name: 55 X Date: Period:
1 meter = 39.37 in 1 mile = 1.609 km 12 inches = 1 ft
1 kg = 2.20 lbs 1 mile = 5280 ft 1 meter = 3.28 ft
linch = 2.54 cm 1 quart = 0.946 L 16 ounces = 1 lb
Directions: Complete the following conv
Unit 3 Review Guide
0 Identify the following atomic modelsbelow and match the major characteristics about the model.
Models: Bohr _ Rutherford Quantum Model Democritus Dalton Thomson
Characteristics: Discovery of Nucleus Discovery o
r Unit 4 Review Guide J
0 Identify the number of valence electrons of the MainGroup Elements using Roman Numerals
- Color the following sublevel blocks ~ 5, p, d, f
0 Identify the metals, nonmetals, and metalloids using sy
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Unit 9 Review
Mark true or false for the following.
F 1) According to the collision theory, atoms, ions, or molecules can collide .ngle in order to react.
n0 . . . .
F 2) A reversrble reaction wrll always go to completlon.
To see if
area will increase
causing reaction to
happen in shorter
time because more
Conceptual Inventory: PhET States of Matter
Key concepts addressed in Section 11.1
An example of how it is represented in the
Intramolecular forces give rise to covalent bonding.
Intramolecular forces are within molecul
Titration is a type of experiment conducted using a solution that contains a known concentration of one
solution and an unknown concentration of another. In this experiment a known concentration of a strong
base is added to an unknown concentration of aci
AP QUICK REVIEW
STP = 0 C and 1 atm at STP 1mole = 22.4 L K = C + 273
Molarity and Volume:
M1V1 = M2V2
USE FOR DILUTION PROBLEMS
KEY SOLUBILITY RULES
1. Salts of ammonium (NH4+) and Group I are always solubl
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AP Course Descriptions are updated regularly. Please visit AP Central
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The College Boar
An Activity Series
Date: Oct 6 2011
Purpose: the purpose of this experiment is to determine the activity series for metals and
halogens. Part 1 is to determine the activity series for five different metals u
College Prep Chemistry
Unit Two Matter & Energy
1) Classify matter as substance or mixture
2) Classify matter as element, compound, homogeneous mixture, or heterogenous mixtur
Radiation & Radioactivity
Radiation is a general term for any type
of energy that radiates outward in all directions.
Electromagnetic radiation is one type of energy
that moves at the speed of light. There are m
College Prep Chemistry
Matter & Energy
Anything that we can see, touch or sense is made up of matter. The computer screen, the keyboard in front of you, the
air that you breathe, the water that you d