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Lesson 
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Objectives 
Homework 
42  Wed., Jan. 18  finish Aqueous Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry Drill 33. Molarity, mass and volume (Review) 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 15 Chapter 4: Part 2 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 4 
Students will calculate the concentration of solutions and use stoichiometry to determine the amounts of various substances in a chemical reaction.  Homework 34 AP FreeResponse 15 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 4 due: Tue., Jan. 24, Read Chapter 4 
43  Fri., Jan. 20  Review HW 33 and AP FreeResponse 14 start Properties of Solutions Drill 34. Freezing and Boiling Points 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 16 Chapter 13: Part 1 
Students will examine how dissolving occurs and the intermolecular forces involved, how this relates to entropy, and the condition of saturated solutions.  Homework 35 AP FreeResponse 16 
44  Tue., Jan. 24  Review HW 34 and AP FreeResponse 15 Chapters 5/19/4 Quiz continue Properties of Solutions

Chapters 5/19/4 Quiz AP FreeResponse 17 Chapter 13: Part 2 AP Classroom Unit 6 
Students will determine the solubility of a solute in a particular solvent and investigate the factors that affect solubility.  Homework 36 AP FreeResponse 17 AP Classroom Unit 6 MC 
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Thur., Jan. 26  Review HW 35 and AP FreeResponse 16 continue Properties of Solutions 
AP FreeResponse 18 Chapter 13: Part 3 
Students will express concentration using several common methods, investigate colligative properties, and the properties of colloids.  Homework 37 AP FreeResponse 18

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Mon., Jan. 30  Review HW 36 and AP FreeResponse 17 finish Properties of Solutions Drill 40. Raoult's Law 10 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 19 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 13 
Students will write net ionic equations. Students will determine the vapor pressures of mixtures containing a single volatile component.  Homework 38 AP FreeResponse 19 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 13 due: Read Chapter 13 Prepare Lab 10 
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Wed., Feb. 1  Review HW 37 and AP FreeResponse 18 Lab 10: Beer's Law 
AP FreeResponse 20 
Students will create a 1 M stock solution and perform a serial dilution. Students will use a spectrophotometer and determine the concentration of an unknown solution.  Homework 39 AP FreeResponse 20 Lab 10 
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Fri., Feb. 3  Review HW 38 and AP FreeResponse 19 start Chemical Equilibrium 
AP FreeResponse 21 
Students will utilize ICE tables to solve problems with initial, change and equilibrium concentrations.  Homework 40 AP FreeResponse 21

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Tue., Feb. 7  Review HW 39 and AP FreeResponse 20 continue Chemical Equilibrium Drill 41. Calculating K 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
Chapter 15: Part 2 AP Classroom Unit 2 
Students will determine the solubility of two salts and compare their data with that of the text graph.  Prepare Lab 11 AP Classroom Unit 2 MC 
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Thur., Feb. 9  Review HW 40 and AP FreeResponse 21 Lab 11: Solubility 
AP FreeResponse 22

Students will examine the concept of equilibrium and write equilibrium expressions for homogeneous reactions.  Lab 11 Homework 41 AP FreeResponse 22 
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Tue., Feb. 14  finish Chemical Equilibrium Drill 43 Q vs. K 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 Drill 44 LeChatelier Effect 15 correct, miss 0 or 1 
Chapter 15: Part 3 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 15 
Students will write equilibrium expressions for heterogeneous reactions and calculate the value of K_{eq}. Students will use Le Chatelier's principle to determine the effect on an equilibrium.  Homework 42 AP FreeResponse 23 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 15 due: Thur., Feb. 23, 11:25 AM, 
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Thur., Feb. 16  Unit 04 Test (Chapters 5, 19, 4, 13)  Unit 04 Test  Students will demonstrate knowledge of Unit 04 content through written assessment.  none 
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Tue., Feb. 21  Review HW 41 and AP FreeResponse 22 finish Chemical Thermodynamics 19.7 Drill 45 Kp and Kc 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 24 Chapter 19: Part 3

Students will consider the relationship between free energy and the equilibrium constant. Students will convert Kc to Kp.  Homework 43 AP FreeResponse 24 Read Chapter 15 and 19.7 Study for quiz 
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Thur., Feb. 23  Review HW 42 and AP Free Response 23 Chapter 15 Quiz start AcidBase Equilibria

Chapter 15 Quiz AP FreeResponse 25 Chapter 16: Part 1 AP Classroom Unit 3 
Students will calculate equilibrium concentrations, compare the value of Q and K, determine how changing temperature, pressure, amount of reactant or product and adding a catalyst affects equilibrium.  Homework 44 AP FreeResponse 25 AP Classroom Unit 3 MC 
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Mon., Feb. 27  Review HW 43 and AP FreeResponse 24 continue AcidBase Equilibria Drill 46 pH, pOH, [H^{+}], [OH^{}] 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 26 Chapter 16: Part 2 
Students will determine what an acid and a base are, using two definitions, and identify the conjugate acid and base. Students will determine the pH and pOH of acidic or basic solutions.  Homework 45 AP FreeResponse 26

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Wed., Mar. 1  Review HW 44 and AP FreeResponse 25 finish AcidBase Equilibria Drill 47 pH of Solutions of Weak Acids 5 correct, miss 0, 1 or 2 
AP FreeResponse 27 Chapter 16: Part 3 Lab 12: Complex Ion Equilibrium pdf AP Classroom Unit 4 
Students will use their knowledge of equilibria expressions to write Ka and Kb expressions. Students will use the weak acid approximation and the quadratic equation to determine the pH of a weak acid solution. 
Homework 46 AP FreeResponse 27 Prepare Lab 12 AP Classroom Unit 4 MC 
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Fri., Mar. 3  Textbook Check Review HW 45 and AP FreeResponse 26 Lab 12: Complex Ion Equilibrium

AP FreeResponse 28 
Students will conduct an experiment to determine the effect of stress on a complex ion equilibrium.  Homework 47 AP FreeResponse 28 Lab 12 
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Tue., Mar. 7  Review HW 46 and AP FreeResponse 27 start Aqueous Equilibria Drill 48 Composition of Buffer Solutions 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 29 Chapter 17: Part 1 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 16 
Students will use the HendersonHasselbach equation to determine the pH of a buffer solution or the ratio of base to acid. 
Homework 48 AP FreeResponse 29 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 16 due: Tue., Mar. 14, Read Chapter 16 
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Thur., Mar. 9  Review HW 47 and AP FreeResponse 28 continue Aqueous Equilibria

AP FreeResponse 30 
Students will determine the acid / base properties of salt solutions and use the Lewis Acid / Base definition.  Homework 49 AP FreeResponse 30 
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Tue., Mar. 14  Review HW 48 and AP FreeResponse 29 Chapter 16 Quiz 
AP FreeResponse 31 AP Classroom Unit 7 
Students will demonstrate knowledge of Chapter 16 content through written assessment.  Homework 50 AP FreeResponse 31 Prepare Lab 13 AP Classroom Unit 7 MC 
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Thur., Mar. 16  Review HW 49 and AP FreeResponse 30 Lab 13: Acid Titration 
AP FreeResponse 32 
Students will prepare a solution of sodium hydroxide for use in their titration. Students will determine the amount of acid in a sample of soda.  Homework 51 AP FreeResponse 32 Lab 13

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Mon., Mar. 20  Unit 05 Test (Chapters 15 and 16)

Unit 05 Test  Students will demonstrate knowledge of Unit 05 content through written assessment.  none 
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Wed., Mar. 22 End of 3rd Qtr. 
Review HW 50 and AP FreeResponse 31 finish Aqueous Equilibria 
AP FreeResponse 33 Chapter 17: Part 2 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 17 
Students will determine the Molarity of an unknown acid using a volume of base with a known concentration. Students will use solubility product constants to determine the solubilty of salts.  Homework 52 AP FreeResponse 33 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 17 due: Wed., Apr 5, Read Chapter 17 
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Mon., Apr. 3  Review HW 51 and AP FreeResponse 32 start Chemical Kinetics Drill 49 Determining Rate Law and k 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 Drill 50 Using the Rate Equation 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 34 Chapter 14: Part 1 
Students will calculate rate constants, rates and determine the order of reactants.  Homework 53 AP FreeResponse 34 Prepare Lab 14 
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Wed., Apr. 5  Review HW 52 and AP FreeResponse 33 AP Quiz #1 continue Chemical Kinetics Drill 51 First Order Processes 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 35 Chapter 14: Part 2 AP Quiz #1 AP Classroom Unit 8 
Students will express reaction rates and understand the variables that affect reaction rates.  Homework 54 AP FreeResponse 35 AP Classroom Unit 8 MC 
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Fri., Apr. 7  Review HW 53 and AP FreeResponse 34 Lab 14: Kinetics of Water Flow 
AP FreeResponse 36 
Students will determine the reactant order and rate constant for the process of water flowing through a buret.  Homework 55 AP FreeResponse 36 Lab 14

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Tue., Apr. 11  Review HW 54 and AP FreeResponse 35 continue Chemical Kinetics Drill 52 Arrhenius Equation 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 37 Chapter 14: Part 3

Students will calculate activation energy, examine mechanisms of reactions and express rate laws for each step.  Homework 56 AP FreeResponse 37

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Thur., Apr. 13  Review HW 55 and AP FreeResponse 36 AP Quiz #2 finish Chemical Kinetics

AP FreeResponse 38 Chapter 14: Part 4 AP Quiz #2 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 14 
Students will recognize how a catalyst affects a chemical reaction. 
Homework 57 AP FreeResponse 38 Mastering Chemistry Chapter 14 due: Wed., Apr. 19, Read Chapter 14 Prepare Lab 15 
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Mon., Apr. 17  Review HW 56 and AP FreeResponse 37 start Electrochemistry Drill 53 Balancing REDOX 5 correct, miss 0 or 1 
AP FreeResponse 39 Chapter 20: Part 1 
Students will follow the six step process for balancing REDOX reactions.  Homework 58 AP FreeResponse 39 
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Wed., Apr. 19  Review HW 57 and AP FreeResponse 38 Lab 15 Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide 
AP FreeResponse 40 AP Classroom Unit 5 
Students will conduct the catalyzed decomposition of hydrogen peroxide under various conditions.  Homework 59 AP FreeResponse 40 Lab 15 AP Classroom Unit 5 MC 
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Fri., Apr. 21  Review HW 58 and AP FreeResponse 39 Chapter 14 Quiz continue Electrochemistry 
Chapter 14 Quiz AP FreeResponse 41 Chapter 20: Part 2 
Students will review and balance redox reactions and examine characteristics of voltaic cells.  Homework 60 AP FreeResponse 41 
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Tue., Apr. 25  Review HW 59 and AP FreeResponse 40 continue Electrochemistry 
AP FreeResponse 42 Chapter 20: Part 3 AP Classroom Unit 9 
Students will determine the voltage between two cells of a electrochemical cell and use standard reduction potentials to determine the relative strengths of oxidizing and reducing agents.  Homework 61 AP FreeResponse 42 AP Classroom Unit 9 MC Prepare Lab 16 
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Thur., Apr. 27 2023 AP Chemistry Exam 
Review HW 60 and AP FreeResponse 41 finish Electrochemistry Lab 16: Wet Cell Battery Need a Calculator? 
Mastering Chemistry Chapter 20 
Students determine the potential difference between two electrodes in a 1 Molar solution.  Mastering Chemistry Chapter 20 due: Mon., May 1, Lab 16 
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Tue., May 2 
Problems 0106 
Adventure Progress Pages Chapter Outline Pages (Two) Answer Page 
Students will work through review problems in a game setting and prepare two chapters as part of a game expansion.  none 
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Thur., May 4  Problems 0712  none  
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Mon., May 8 (Summative Testing Short Classes) 

Determine what chemistry problem you will use in your chapter.  
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Wed., May 10  Problems 1318 Problems 1924 
Students will determine the standard reduction potentials for each halfcell and the potential for the entire cell.  Determine how your problem and chapter fit in with the class game expansion.  
78  Fri., May 12  Review HW 61 and AP FreeResponse 42 Problems 2530 Problems 3136 
Craft your two chapter stories, and original artwork.  
79  Tue., May 16  Review HW 62 and AP FreeResponse 43 Problems 3743 (end) 
Prepare for Unit 06 Test  
80  Thur., May 18  Unit 06 Test (Chapters 17, 14, 20)

Unit 06 Test  Students will demonstrate knowledge of Unit 06 content through written assessment.  none 
81  Mon., May 22  
82  Thur., May 25 Seniors out 

83  Tue., May 30  
84  June 1, 2, 5, 6, 7  Semester Exam Week 