Course Resources
  Course Units
  1. Lab Technique & Moles
  2. Chemical Formulas
  3. Stoichiometry
  4. Gases and Kinetics
  5. Energy of Reactions
  6. Equilibrium
  7. Acids and Bases
  8. Redox
  9. Atomic Structure & PT
  10. Bonding
  11. Analytical Organic
  12. Organic Reactions
  13. Environmental Chemistry
  14. Biochemistry



Guiding Questions:

  • What does it mean to be "free of chemicals"?
  • Why are some thing liquids at room temperature and other things gases or solids?
  • How are shapes of molecules determined?
  • How do Splenda and other artificial sweeteners work?
  • How do bees tell the difference between a worker and the queen?

What you should learn:

  1. Chemical formulas can be predicted from the periodic table and allow chemists to classify and predict properties of compounds
  2. The general trend in the universe to strive for lower energy explains and allows for prediction of chemical properties of elements
  3. Elements combine in whole number ratios and these molar ratios can be used to determine chemical formulas
  4. The shape of a molecule can be used to predict the properties of that molecule.
  5. The shape of a molecule is determined by the electron arrangement of the atoms that make up the molecule


Unit Objectives (use tabs at bottom to switch between units)

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