Impacts on society
Work more to earn more to spend more
Want to life a higher lifestyles
As jealousy, reputation, envy can all lead
TURNER FENTON SECONDARY SCHOOL
INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE PROGRAMME
Table of Equivalents
To be used for interim reporting, grade prediction, and entering of final grades in July.
Please discard any previous versions of this scale that you may have.
/ Used to find the relative abundance of each isotope in an
\/ 1. Heater vaporizes sample (if needed)
/ 2. Electron beam knocks electrons from atoms. Therefore
atoms are charged (ionized)
/ 3. An electric field accelera
Atoms are extremely small so it becomes very difficult to make
measurements when only a few atoms or molecules are used.
If we wanted to take the mass of 1 atom, it would be appropriate to find
the mass of say, 1000 atoms and then divide by 1000,
Unit 2 Notes - Equilibrium
Unit 2- Equilibrium
It's important to know that many chemical reactions are reversible. That is:
Reactants form Products
Products form Reactants
With the C=O Bond
A carbonyl group is composed of a carbon atom double-bonded to an oxygen atom.
A compound that has a carbonyl group on the first carbon in a chain.
The functional group looks like this: H
Single-Bonded Functional Groups
The general formula for a family of simple organic compounds is R + functional group. The
letter R stands for any alkyl group.
Organic compounds are named according to their functional group. Generally, the suffix of
Impacts on health
Too much fat (due to fast food)
Population most affected would be Middle Class
The poor cant afford luxuries
The rich can buy things that dont harm them even if they do they
have to money fo
#3U-Unit 3 (Solutions and Solubility)
intermolecular forces: ionic (EN>1.7), dipole-dipole (0.5<EN <1.7), hydrogen
bonding (H + N, O or F) London forces (in all compounds)
terms to know
Alloy, electrolyte, dissociation, homogeneou
Its the Cats Meow-Colour-Changing Milk
This simple experiment focuses on molecular motion and surface tension.
Predict the outcome of an experiment
Identify and manipulate experimental variables.
1 plastic or
Activity Series of Metals
Purpose- To determine the most reactive and least reactive metals bases on how many
solutions it is able to react with. If it reacts with more solutions it is very reactive,
therefore reacting with less solutions would in
Testing Metal Ions
I believe the metal ion that is the most reactive and unstable will have the highest
energy level, so Potassium. I came to this conclusion because of the previous
experiment which showed that Potassium was the most reactive o
Reaction of Alkali Metals with Water
(soft, softer, or
Behaviour of metal
It melted, reacted
February 24th, 2016
Purpose of the experiment?
The purpose of the spectroscopy experiment was to identify what gas was present
when we looked through the spectroscope which was aimed at the unknown gas. The
Overview of Grade 11
Physical property- A property that can be observed without converting one type of matter into a
different type of matter.
Chemical property- A property that can be observed while converting one type of matter into a
Hydrate Lab Report
Summary of the data collected
Crucible and hydrate: 24.53g
Anhydrous salt: 1.36g
Crucible and anhydrous salt: 23.59g
Water lost: 0.89g
Calculations and questions
1. Calculate the number of moles of
Metal Reactivity Investigation
April lst, 2016
During this lab the main objective we will be completing is reacting various metals with a
number of different solutions. By doing so we will be able to identify the reactivity of the metals
Trends in the Periodic Table
Part 1 - Atomic Radius
2.a) Atoms with higher atomic numbers tend to be larger than atoms with smaller atomic
b) When you look from left to right the size of the atom is decreasing.
c) When you look from bottom to the
1. Use each model to predict whether the relative entropy change is SA > SB or SA < SB and
whether S > 0 or S < 0 for the chemical or physical process represented. Justify your answer
in each case.
a. (3 points)
b. (3 points)