January 9-13, 2016
Please answer Journal with a minimum of five (5) sentences.
(USE A DIFFERENT COLOR FONT FOR ANSWERS.)
Which animal do you think you think you resemble most closely? Consider quiet, retiring animals like
Discussion and Conclusion
In this lab, the purpose is to go through a series of given procedures to practice skills
developed of calculating stoichiometry math problems given to find Theoretical
theory, actual the
1. Calculate theoretical mass of NaCI based on a known mass of NaHCO 3.
2. Experimentally determine the actual mass of NaCI produced.
3. Calculate the percent yield for your experiment.
NaHCO3(s) + HCI (aq) -> NaCI(s) + CO2(g)
Turn in Cornell Notes
Darwin Theory of Evolution by Natural
Peppermoth Lab online in journal
Homefun: Cornell notes Evidence for
Darwin & Evolution
Purpose: What are the four classes of biomolecules found in all living things and what do they all
have in common?
Materials: Biomolecule Background Information Sheets, biomolecule models
1. This lab is a rotation la
Directions: For each chapter, you need to complete the analysis below.
A. Summary of key events (5)
B. Theme Analysis
Choose one theme for each chapter and discuss how it is explored in the chapter. Refer to
Themes, Motifs and Symbols han
o States of Matter
Solid, liquid, gas, plasma
A substance in gaseous state, normally solid or liquid at room temp.
Electrons/ions only dont bond
o Phase changes
Melting, freezing, evaporation. Vaporization
Welcome to class! 3/9 and 3/10
Turn in cornell notes/classification lab
Notes on Characteristics of Kingdoms
Identify the relatedness of organisms activity
Homefun: Study for Quiz Friday!
3 Domain and 6 Kingdoms of Life
1. ARCHAE Major Charac
Gasses differ from liquids and solids because they are compressible, and thereby converting
them to liquids
Pressure, P- the force exerted per unit area
o P= F(force)/A(area)
o P= d(density)g(gravity)h(height)
o SI unit for pressure: Pascal,
Chem Notes Chapter 4
A strong electrolyte dissolves to produce ions, a strong electrolyte is an electrolyte that
exists in solutions completely as ions
Soluble- compounds that dissolve readily
Insoluble- compounds that dissolve very little
Chem. Notes Chapter 2: Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
Postulates of Daltons Atomic Theory:
o All matter is composed of indivisible atoms. An atom is an extremely small
particle of matter that retains its identity during chemical reaction
Element- is a type
Chemnotes Chapter 3
Percentage Composition- the mass percentage of each element in the compound
Empirical Formula- the formula of a substance written with the smallest integer
Stoichiometry- the calculation of the quantities o
Measurement- the comparison of a physical quantity with a fixed standard of
Precision- the closeness of the set of values obtained from repeated measurement of the
Accuracy- the closeness of a single measurement to its t