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September 17 – Wednesday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Cyanate = OCN-

We took a polyatomic ion quiz today. If you were absent you need to make it up. Start studying your polyatomic ions. You will have two quizzes a week for the rest of the semester.

I continued on with your notes. We went over topics such as the mole and molar mass. The PowerPoint notes are included in the post on Tuesday 9/16. The notes do not included any illustrations that were done on the whiteboard.

You should be able to complete: 1. Your Ch. 4 Study Guide Pages 19-23, skip 24. 2. Your Atomic Structure Worksheet, front and back. 3. #1-3 on your Ch. 4,11 Homework.

September 16 – Tuesday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Chromate = CrO42-

I continued on with your  notes. We went over topics such as the average atomic mass and the mole. The PowerPoint notes are included in this post. The notes do not included any illustrations that were done on the whiteboard.

2-Average Atomic Mass

3-Mole

I passed out your Chapter 4,11 Homework. The worksheet is included in this post. The worksheet is due on the day of your test which is October 1.

3-Ch 4 & 11 Homework

You should be able to complete: 1. The first 2 pages of your Ch. 4 Study Guide. 2. The first side of your Atomic Structure Worksheet and #1-10 on the back. 3. #1-2 on your Ch. 4,11 Homework.

September 15 – Monday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Chlorite = ClO2-

We took a polyatomic ion quiz today. If you were absent you need to make it up. Start studying your polyatomic ions. You will have two quizzes a week for the rest of the semester.

I continued on with your  notes. We went over topics such as the isotopes and ions. The PowerPoint notes are included in the post on Friday 9/12. The notes do not included any illustrations that were done on the whiteboard.

I passed out your Chapter 4 Study Guide and the Atomic Structure Worksheet. The worksheets are included in this post. The worksheet is due on the day of your test which is October 1.

1-Ch. 4 Study Guide

2-Atomic Structure Worksheet

You should be able to complete: 1. The first 2 pages of your Ch. 4 Study Guide and 2. The first side of your Atomic Structure Worksheet.

September 12 – Friday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Bromide Ion = Br-

We started notes on a new unit. The new unit consists of Chapters 4 and 11. We went over the topic of atoms. The PowerPoint notes are included in this post. The notes do not included any illustrations that were done on the whiteboard.

1-Ch 4 Atomic Structure

I passed backed all your Unit 1 papers and went over your test. If you were absent you could see it on Aeries.

September 11 – Thursday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Chlorate = ClO3-

You turned in 3 homework assignments. 1)Ch. 1,2,3, Homework, 2)Sig Fig Worksheet, and 3)Conversion Practice  If you were absent, you need to turn it in.

We took your Unit 1 test on Chapter 1,2,3. If you were absent, you need to make it up. It is a “zero” until you make it up.

September 10 – Wednesday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Carbonate = CO32-

We took a polyatomic ion quiz today. If you were absent you need to make it up. Start studying your polyatomic ions. You will have two quizzes a week for the rest of the semester.

We had a test review and I answered any questions you had on your homework.

Your test is tomorrow, 9/11 and you also have 3 homework assignments due. 1)Ch. 1,2,3, Homework, 2)Sig Fig Worksheet, and 3)Conversion Practice

September 9 – Tuesday

Polyatomic ion of the day: Bromate = BrO2-

We took a polyatomic ion quiz today. If you were absent you need to make it up. Start studying your polyatomic ions. You will have two quizzes a week for the rest of the semester.

I went over your test topics. Test topics are included in this post. Your test is Thursday, 9/11. You also have 3 homework assignments due. 1)Ch. 1,2,3, Homework, 2)Sig Fig Worksheet, and 3)Conversion Practice

CH 1,2,3 Test Topics

You did a Sig Fig Human Scavenger Hunt. The handout is included in this post. If you were absent, you need to turn it in.

5-Sig Fig Activity

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