BY: SHAMEER REHMAN
Ms. Ranisavljev | SCH3U1 | 2017-09-27
Atomic Radius for group I
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Name | Course Title | Date
Description: If you have an enquiring mind, excellent communication skills and a
methodical approach to work, a career as a forensic scientist may be for you
As a forensic scientis
Reactivity of group I and II
BY: SHAMEER REHMAN
Ms. Ranisavljev | SCH3U1 | 2017-10-02
To verify the periodic law.
Q UALITATIVE A NALYSIS O F
By: Shameer Rehman
Qualitative Analysis Of Anions
To develop a method for identifying ions in the presence of other ions.
Negative ions in solution tested
453.7 K 0.534
1560 K 1.85 g/cm3
2365 K 2.37 g/cm3
3825 K 2.25 g/cm3
301.54 K 1.93
FLAME TEST LAB
Using Electrons to Identify Lab
Abdula Maher, Sufiyan Shaikh, Hamza Motala
FLAME TEST LAB
PbCl2 Lead (II) Chloride
KCl - Potassium Chloride
Purple, followed by strand
Degree of Saturation Lab
Abdula Maher, Ubaid Rehman, Uzair Khan
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
To prepare and determine each type of solution and study some of their properties.
1. We had an unsaturated solution in part 1.
CHEMICAL ENGINEER|ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
Chemical engineers design processes and equipment for large-scale
manufacturing, plan and test methods of manufacturing products and
NAME: Timoleon Tsatsa
DATE: March 26, 2017
TEACHER: Ms. Ranisavljev
TITLE OF EXPIRIMENT: Properties of Ionic Substances
Purpose: To determine the properties of ionic substances
Grade 10 Civics Test Review
Unit 1 Text Chapter 1-2
-Introduction to Citizenship
What does being Canadian Mean? -Mind Map
What does being a Canadian Citizen mean to you?
-Types of Government
Democracyrule by the people for the people? What are the charact
Grade 10 Civics Exam Review
Three Levels, Three Branches. Whos responsible for what?
How does one get elected? Become Prime Minister? Premier? Who are they?
What are ridings? How many are there? How are they decided?
What is the government resp
Test # 1 Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
Study Guide Atomic Theory & The Periodic Table
1. Define Black Box.
2. Define Indirect observations.
3. Be able to explain the experiments and indirect observations used by Thomson,
Rutherford & Bohr in their
In the iconic teenage film The Breakfast Club, five students are
forcefully placed in Saturday detention, each for their own reason. The five
students are commonly stereotyped in the following way: the princess
(Claire), the brain (Brian), the jock (Andre
Construction of the Periodic Table
To construct a periodic table.
Two pieces of blank paper (taped end-to-end), seven different colors (yellow, red,
blue, green, orange, purple, brown), scissors, glue or tape, and a simple black and
The lecture done by the University Of Toronto representative was very informative and
surprising. What surprised me the most was the fact that the way were writing in high school is
completly diffrent in university. In high school we le
Nomenclature of Binary Compounds
Please write the name of the following chemicals
Please write formulas for the following compounds
Topics in the course with
associated pages in the textbook
Potential Energy Diagram
Endo vs Exothermic Rxn
Standard Heats of Formation and
Iron (II) Chlorite
Iron (III) Hypochlorite
Lead (II) Perchlorate
Heat Practice Questions
1. Calculate the heat required to raise the temperature of
a) 0.75 kg of water from 5.0 oC to 90.0 oC. (266.7 kJ)
b) 300.0 g of glass (c=0.84 J/g oC) from 20.0 oC to 580.0 oC (141 kJ)
c) 500.0 kg of aluminum from 40.0 oC to 21.0 oC
A Study of Reaction Rates Lab
Pre-Lab Exercise: (To be handed in before the start of the lab)
1. Calculate the concentration of the aqueous KIO3 in the stock solution used in the experiment
(solution A) given that the solution contains 4.3 g of KIO3 per l
Laboratory and Safety Review
Once you have completed the following questions,
complete the multiple choice quiz on Moodle.
1. Create a floor plan of the room to include all the laboratory equipment
and the following safety equipment
Review of Grade 11 Chemistry Answers
1. Name the following compounds
Cobalt (II) Oxide
Mg3N2 Magnesium Nitride
ZnBr2 Zinc Bromide
Tin (II) Chloride
Chromium (II) Fluoride