Spring Break Homework!

Oh yes, there is some… All you have to do is to buy the Review Book now, so that you actually have it when you need it in…

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Philippe Petit – Tight Rope Walker (I mean more chem)

LeChatlier’s Principle  states: A chemical system in dynamic equilibrium will stay at equilibrium, and if a chemical stress is applied, the system will shift to counter act this…

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Solutions Lab Conclusion

Water & Solutions Table G shows us 10 different compounds, all dissolved into 100 mL of water, at all possible temperatures from zero to one hundred centigrade.  Using…

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The End of the 3rd Quarter Wed Apr 10

The end of the quarter, the last chance to boost your report card grade is WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 at 3:00 PM. The back work that is over due…

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Solutions Practice for Celebration

A dozen good questions and answers that you tried in class. Try them again, it’s good for you, like exercise or walking your dog.  Do it tonight, and…

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How You Doin’? (What’s your chem average?)

Home Access is for you to check your grades, to make sure you don’t forget something you owe for a grade, and to make sure I don’t cheat…

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Carbon Dioxide in Seltzer Lab Conclusion

In an attempt to make this a better learning experience, here is the best conclusion I could come up with. Make yours the same. Molarity is the measurement…

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Solutions Chemistry

Done with water, now it’s time to mix stuff into it. Solutions are homogeneous mixtures, and in our class they will be MOSTLY mixed into water, making them…

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Water Lab Conclusion

From Rubric: Write a few paragraphs about water, water molecules, water properties, solubility of solutes in water, heat capacity constant, etc.  Show off how much chemistry you know…

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Water, water, water!

It’s probably going to be hydrogen bonding (of course). Watch this…

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