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-Read Sections 10.1-10.3 (p. 289-293). – Handwrite Chapter 10 vocab definitions [28 terms].

– Cover your textbook and complete your permission slip.

HW #2 (Wednesday, January 30):

– Read Sections 10.4-10.5 (p. 293-300). – Answer questions on p. 300, #1-4.

– Print and complete Calorimetry: Crystallization of Wax Pre-Lab — due Friday, February 1.

HW #3 (Thursday, January 31):

– Review Sections 10.4-10.5 (p. 293-300).
– Print and complete Calorimetry: Crystallization of Wax Pre-Lab — due Friday, February 1.

HW #4 (Friday, February 1):

– Complete Calorimetry: Crystallization of Wax Lab Report — due Tuesday, February 5. Click for Lab Report Guidelines.

HW #5 (Monday, February 4):

– Print and complete Calorimetry: Crystallization of Wax Pre-Lab — due Friday, February 1.
– Print a copy of the Thermochemistry WS and bring to class.

HW #6 (Tues/Wed, February 5/6):

– Read Sections 10.6-10.7 (p. 301-305). – Answer questions on p. 305, #1-4.

– Work on Thermochemistry WS.

Thursday, February 7 [No School]
Lunar New Year Holiday

Friday, February 8 [No School]
Teacher Professional Development

HW #7 (Monday, February 11):

– Review today’s notes and utilize Thermochemistry Reference Sheet.
– Complete Thermochemistry WS #1 — due Thursday, February 14.
– Complete Thermochemistry Online Question Set — due Thursday, February 14.
– Study for Thermochemistry Test on Friday, February 15.

HW #8 (Tuesday, February 12):

– Review today’s notes and utilize Thermochemistry Reference Sheet.
– Complete Thermochemistry WS #1 — due Thursday, February 14.
– Complete Thermochemistry Online Question Set — due Thursday, February 14.
– Study for Thermochemistry Test on Friday, February 15.

HW #9 (Wednesday, February 13):

– Review today’s notes and utilize Thermochemistry Reference Sheet.
– Complete Thermochemistry WS #1 — due Thursday, February 14.
– Complete Thermochemistry Online Question Set — due Thursday, February 14.
– Study for Thermochemistry Test on Friday, February 15.

HW #10 (Thursday, February 14):

– Study for Thermochemistry Test on Friday, February 15.

HW #11 (Friday, February 15):

– Handwrite Chapter 14 vocab definitions [21 terms].

Monday, February 18 [No School]
Presidents Day Holiday

HW #12 (Tuesday, February 19):

– Read Sections 14.1-14.3 (p. 441-448).
– Answer questions on p. 449, #1-6.

HW #13 (Wednesday, February 20):

– Read Sections 14.2-14.4 (p. 444-451), especially Examples 14.1/14.2.
– Answer questions on p. 464, #22.

HW #14 (Thursday, February 21):

– Print and complete Heating and Cooling Curves Pre-lab.
– Bring your notebook on Monday, February 25, for Chapter 14 Notebook Quiz.

HW #15 (Friday, February 22):

– Complete Heating and Cooling Curves Lab Report — due Tuesday, February 26.
– Bring your notebook for Chapter 14 Notebook Quiz.

HW #16 (Monday, February 25):

– Complete Heating and Cooling Curves Lab Report — due Tuesday, February 26. – Per table: Bring one 1 gallon (3.8 liters) clear glass or plastic jar with a wide mouth (a pickle jar works well) and a matchbook.

– Print Cloud Chamber Activity and bring to class tomorrow.

HW #17 (Tuesday, February 26):

– Copy and briefly describe Figures 15.2, 15.4, and 15.6.

HW #18 (Wednesday, February 27):

– Read Sections 15.1-15.3 (p. 467-473) about solutions.
– Answer questions on p. 473, #1-4.

HW #19 (Thursday, February 28):

– Read Chapter 15.4-15.5 (p. 474-481) about solution concentrations. – Answer Parts a and b only for p. 499, #12-13 and p. 500, #21-22.

– Per table: Bring 2 boxes of granulated sugar and 1 dropper bottle of food coloring tomorrow to class.

HW #20 (Friday, February 29):

– Re-read Chapter 15.4-15.5 (p. 474-481) about solution concentrations.
– Answer p. 499, #14-16 and p. 500, #23-25.

HW #21 (Monday, March 3):

– Read Chapter 15.4-15.6 (p. 474-484) about solution concentrations.
– Answer questions on p. 485, #1-5.

HW #22 (Tuesday, March 4 / Wednesday, March 5):

– Read Sections 15.6-15-8 (p. 479-486).
– Answer questions on p. 500, #31a-d, 33, 34.

HW #23 (Thursday, March 6):

– Re-read Sections 15.7-15.8 (p. 485-490). – Answer questions on p. 500-501, #35-39.

– Bring ice cream materials tomorrow.

HW #24 (Friday, March 7):

– Read Sections 15.10 (p. 495-496). – Copy Figure 15.10 on p. 496 and use to explain how colligative properties are affected by solute concentration. – Answer the ice cream activity questions: 1. Explain how this experiment demonstrates colligative properties. 2. Explain this experiment in terms of heat transfer. 3. What would happen to the freezing point of the ice as you add more salt? Explain why. 4. Explain why rock salt is twice as effective in lowering the freezing point than sugar.

– Study for Solutions (Chapter 15) Quiz on Friday, March 14.

HW #1 (Monday, March 10):

– Calculate the boiling points and freezing points of each of the following: 3m sugar water, 3m lithium nitrate (aq), 3m lead (II) chlorate (aq), and 3m ammonium phosphate (aq).
– Study for Solutions (Chapter 15) Quiz on Friday, March 14.

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