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  2. Atomic Structure
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  7. Physical Properties
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Covalent Bonding

Objectives for Mastery

This unit consists of the following objectives for you to master. For links to notes and assignments related to each specific objective, click the objective or scroll down to find what you need.

Unit Outline

Naming Empirical and Molecular Formulas Lewis Structures and VSEPR Polarity Carbon Bonding Review


Naming

This objective includes ionic naming, acid naming, hydrate naming and covalent naming (not organic). The compounds will be mixed up so you will need to identify the appropriate naming rules based on the type of compound.

            

Empirical and Molecular Formulas

            

Lewis Structures and VSEPR

  • See video under naming above for introduction to covalent bonding
  • Notes: How to draw Lewis Structures
  • My Lecture: Intro to Lewis Structures (w/ this handout)
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  • My Lecture: Lewis Structures w/ions
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  • My Lecture: Lewis Structures including Resonance Structures (live, with this)
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  • My Lecture: Lewis Structures Refresher
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  • Notes: Molecular Geometry (VSEPR)
  • Molecular Modeling Inquiry
  • Molecular Shape Clicker
  • Molecular Modeling Lab

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Polarity

            

Carbon Bonding

If I include this objective this year, it will be the first time in honors chem. It is a result of a new Virginia Standards of Learning: The student will investigate and understand how basic chemical properties relate to organic chemistry and biochemistry. Key concepts include a) unique properties of carbon that allow multi-carbon compounds; and b) uses in pharmaceuticals and genetics, petrochemicals, plastics, and food.

            

Review

            
 
 


   
   
   
   
 
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