Sunday, December 6, 2015

THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE FINAL - Fall Semester

THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE FINAL
(10% of total grade)
-       Students can use the periodic table, 1-page resource (singled-space), a scientific calculator, and the ion sheet on the final exam.
-       There will be about 150 multiple choice questions.
-       Your final grade will be posted by Friday of the final week.

Bach's Chemistry
Chapter 1 –  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
a.     What is chemistry? 5 branches of chemistry.   Scientific law and the scientific method.  Law of conservation of mass, etc.
b.     Know all of terminologies for chapter one; Distinguish between pure and applied chemistry; and why study chemistry.

Suggested problems: #34-64 even pg 35-37and whole page 37


Chapter 2 – MATTER AND CHANGE
c.     All terminologies, different states and properties of matter.
d.     Distinguish between substance and mixture (figure 2.11)
e.     Identify chemical reaction, chemical and physical changes
Suggested problems: page58-59 # 33-69 odds

Chapter 3:  SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENT
a.     Learn all terminologies and SI units system.
b.     Conversion factor and Dimensional Analysis
c.     Converting between units both simple and multi-step problems
d.     Know rules for significant figures and scientific notation, etc
e.     Conversion between temperature and other units, calculate density.
Suggested problems: pages 87-96,  #38 to 70 evens

Chapter 4: ATOMIC STRUCTURE
a.     Know who discover protons, electrons, neutrons
b.     How to write atomic structure and its calculations:  Atomic #, Atomic mass, etc
c.     Isotopes of Element and calculating the atomic mass of an element
Suggested problems: pages 122-123 # 34 to 56 even.

Chapter 5:  ELECTRONS IN ATOMS
a.     Know the  development of Atomic models and all key terms
b.     Know to write electron configuration, Lewis dot structure and draw orbital diagrams.
c.     Know the physics and the quantum mechanical model; electromagnetic radiation; and calculate the frequency, wavelength, and energy.
Suggested problems: pages 149-150 # 23 to 47 odds and # 57-61 page 150.

Chapter 6:   THE PERIODIC TABLE
                        Everything about it; trends, patterns, location, names of groups/family.
                        Suggested problems: the first 30 problems of each chapter.

Chapter 7 and 8:  CHEMICAL BONDING
Everything you need to know about bonding from metallic to non-polar covalent bonding.   Suggested problems: the first 30 problems of each chapter.

Chapter 9: CHEMICAL NAMES AND FORMULAS
a.     Know the periodic table well
b.     Know how to write and name element, ions, compounds
c.     Must know how to write chemical formulas properly
d.     Know the laws of definite and multiple proportions
Suggested problems: practice concepts 1-20 and page 136-138 # 33 to 51 odds.

Chapter 10 – CHEMICAL QUANTITY
              a.     Know how to calculate molar mass.
                    b.     Find the % composition of an element in a compound.           
                    c.     Conversions between mass, moles, and molecules of the same compound.

Suggested problems – the first 30 questions in the chapter.



Bach's Honors Chemistry

THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE FINAL
(10% of total grade)
-       Students can use the periodic table, 1-page resource (singled-space), a scientific calculator, and the ion sheet on the final exam.
-       There will be about 150 multiple choice questions.
-       Your final grade will be posted by Friday of the final week.

Chapter 1 –  INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
a.     What is chemistry? What are 5 branches of chemistry?   Scientific law and the scientific method.  Law of conservation of mass. Physical states of matter, classifying matter, etc.
b.     Know all of terminologies for chapter one; Distinguish between pure and applied chemistry; and pros and cons of study chemistry.

Suggested problems: Review questions 1-15all on page 12.

Chapter 2:  STANDARDS FOR MEASUREMENT
a.     Learn all terminologies and SI units/Metric system.
b.     Conversion factor and Dimensional Analysis
c.     Converting between units both simple and multi-step problems
d.     Know rules for significant figures and scientific notation, etc
e.     Conversion between temperature and other units, calculate density.
Suggested problems: pages 42-44; Paired exercise 1 to 31odds.

Chapter 3: ELEMENTS AND COMPOUNDS
a.     Know the similarities and differences between the two; 7 diatomic molecules.
b.     Symbols and names of elements, its distribution, and the introduction of the Periodic table.
c.     Know the compounds and chemical formulas
Suggested problems: pages 62-63; # 1 to 23 odds.

Chapter 4:  PROPERTIES OF MATTER
a.     Know the properties of substances, physical and chemical change
b.     Know the conservation of mass and its energy involved
c.     Know the quantitative measurement of heat. Know how to calculate heat and heat capacity.
Suggested problems: pages 77; review questions 1-9all. Do putting it together on pg. 81-82.

Chapter 5:  EARLY ATOMIC THEORY AND STRUCTURE
a.     Know who discover what and the methods
b.     How to write atomic structure and its calculations:  Atomic #, Atomic mass, etc
c.     Isotopes of Element and calculating the atomic mass of an element
                        Suggested problems: page 100; pg 1-21 odds

Chapter 6: NOMENCLATURE OF INORGANIC COUMPOUNDS
             a. Know the common names and systematic names of different elements and compds.
             b. Know the ions and how to use the criss-cross method to write formulas
             c. Name binary compounds, acids and other compounds such as molecular and ionic
  Suggested problems: pages122-123;#2-26evens

Chapter 7: QUANTITATIVE COMPOSITION OF COMPOUNDS
              a.     Know the mole map; know how to calculate molar mass.
                    b.   Find the % composition of an element in a compound.           
                    c.   Conversions between mass, moles, and molecules of the same compound.
                    d.   Calculate the Empirical formulas and Molecular formula.
               Suggested problems: Pg 146-147; Paired exercise #1-25odds

 Chapter 8: CHEMICAL EQUATIONS
                   a. Know what is the Chemical equations; translate into words
                   b. Know how to write and balance different chemical equations
                   c. Know the 5 different types of Chemical Equations and predict the products.
               Suggested problems: Pg 172-173; Paired exercise #2-24evens

Chapter 9:  CALCULATIONS FROM CHEMICAL EQUATIONS
                   a. Know how to use the Stoichiometric Map (Mole map + the Mole Ratio)
                   b. Calculate mol-mol; mol-mass, mass-mass, mass-volume, etc...
                   c. Know how to calculate the limiting reagent 
                 Suggested problems: Pg 193; Review questions1-10all.

Beside that at the end of each chapter, there is a Chapter Review summary. 
It's a great resource to learn. Good luck and Best wishes on the Final.