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HP Chemistry DAQA Spring Semester 18-19
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D: 1/28/19 Spring Semester Week 1

A: new seating charts; new hall passes; start Stoichiometry PPT; Hamburger Stoichiometry; pass out lab for Friday (pre-lab due Thursday); debrief bonding test

pHET lab – library tomorrow

Q: What is stoichiometry?


HW: definitions on pHet lab paper for tomorrow;

Hamburger Stoichiometry parts 1 & 2 due Wednesday

Bozeman stoichiometry video -excellent!

D: 9/29/19     Week One
A: pHet simulation lab - library

D: 1/30/19 Week One

A: debrief bonding test; go over hamburger stoichiometry parts 1&2; continue PPT

Q: What mass of silver is produced by the reaction of 100 g of copper with silver nitrate solution? (Write out the reaction). What kind of chemical reaction is this?


HW p. 311 SR 1-5 and pHet WS due tomorrow; pre-lab due tomorrow too!

D: 1/31/19 Week One

A: go over HW; how to set up a filter and funnel video; check pre-lab; cont. PPT

Q: page 321 # 16 a, b, and c


HW Hamburger #3-5 and p. 315 PP 1&2, p. 318 SR 1-4 (due next Wednesday)

Lab due: 1st: 2/12/19 ,2nd: 2/13/19, 5th: 2/14/19

 How to Filter and Decant (Flinn Scientific)

D: 2/1/19   Week One
A: A Mole Ratio (day one)

D: 2/4/19 Week Two

A: A mole ratio lab day 2

Discuss results and calculations

Spring semester project information and due dates

Topic choice and partner choice due: 3/4/19

Final poster board due: Monday 4/22/19

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D: 2/5/19 Week Two

A: debrief DAQA’s from last week; finish notes; work on HW;

Lab due: 1st: 2/12/19 ,2nd: 2/13/19, 5th: 2/14/19; Turn in early if possible! Test next Wednesday

Q: Methanol, CH3OH, is the simplest of the alcohols. It is synthesized by the reaction of H2 (g) and CO (g). Write out the balanced equation for this reaction and answer the following questions:

1. If 500 mol CO and 750 mol H2 are present, which is the limiting reactant?

2. How many moles of the excess reactant remain unchanged?

3. How many moles of CH3OH are formed?


A: Stoichiometry test next week

D: 2/6/19 Week Two

A: go over HW; pass out practice problems

Q: Huge quantities of sulfur dioxide are produced from zinc sulfide by means of the following reaction.

2ZnS (s) + 3O2 (g) à 2ZnO (s) + 2SO2 (g)

If the typical yield is 86.78%, what mass of SO2 should be expected if 4897 g of ZnS are used?


Please bring clean empty soda cans!

D: 2/7/19 Week Two

Stoichiometry Test next Wednesday!

Balloon race lab assessment tomorrow!

A: practice problems at tables

Q: page 321 # 27

A: Lab due: 1st: 2/12/19 ,2nd: 2/13/19, 5th: 2/14/19

Turn in early if possible!

Please bring clean empty soda cans!

D: 2/8/19 Week Three

A: Balloon Race assessment today!

Lab due: 1st: 2/12/19 ,2nd: 2/13/19, 5th: 2/14/19

Please bring clean empty soda cans!

D: 2/11/18 Week Three

A: no school

D: 2/12/19 Week Three

A: practice problems

Q: page 325 # 13


Please bring clean empty soda cans!

Stoichiometry test tomorrow!

17 MC, 2 short answer (5 points total), 5 problems ( 30 points); Total: 52 points + 1 EC problem (worth 12 points!)

D: 2/13/19 Week Three

Test Chapter 9 (stoichiometry)

D: 2/14/19                                  Week Three

Happy Valentines Day!

A: imaginary walk; energy demos; start energy unit; pass out labs (dates will be announced-pre labs for each are due the day before we do them); HW due Wednesday: p. 544 (PP 1-3, SR 1-6)

Q: List and define two units in which energy is measured and how to convert between them.


Please bring clean empty soda cans!


Ba(OH)2 · 8H2O (s) + NH4SCN (s) -->

H2O (l) + NH3 (g) + Ba(SCN)2 (aq)  [endothermic]

KMnO4 (s) + C3H5(OH)5 (l)--> CO2 (g) + H2O (g) + K2CO3 (s) + Mn2O3 (s)  [exothermic]

Extra credit: balance equations and calculate enthalpies of reaction

D: 2/15/19 Week Three

A: Messing with mass lab

D: 2/18/19 Week Four

A: No school; President’s Day

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D: 2/19/19 Week Four

A: go over last week’s DAQAs; notes; sample problems; Messing with Mass lab due Friday 2/22/19

Q: p.552 #14; HW: watch videos on entropy and free energy


EC for demos due next Monday – balance equations and calculate Hrxn for each reaction.

Please bring in clean empty soda cans!

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Bozeman science – Temperature 4:29

Bozeman science – Heat exchange 5:03

Bozeman science – Conservation of energy 4:08

Bozeman science  Energy Changing processes 8:18

Bozeman science – Endothermic and exothermic reactions 4:34

Bozeman science Calorimetry 6:00

Bozeman science – Enthalpy of reaction 8:02 (includes Hess’s Law)

Brightstorm science: (lots of good videos);

D: 2/20/19 Week Four

A: go over HW; check pre-lab; HW: p. 550 (PP 1; SR 1-7) & p. 554 #36 due next Monday; pass out practice problems

Q: p. 552 #15a


EC for demos due next Monday!

Balance equations and calculate ΔHrxn

Messing with Mass lab due Friday

Please bring in clean empty soda cans!

D: 2/21/19 Week Four

A: Soda can calorimeter lab

D: 2/22/19 Week Four

A: go over “A Mole Ratio!” lab; notes; Messing with Mass lab due today; pass out review problems

Q: p. 553 #23 and #24


Soda can calorimeter lab due

2nd: 2/26/19, 5th: 2/27/19, 1st: 2/28/19 Reminder: EC for demos due Monday!

Chemistry:  CrashCourse – a whole bunch of excellent videos

Crash Course Chemistry #20 -13 min Entropy: Embrace the Chaos! 

Bozeman science Entropy 7:04

Bozeman science Spontaneous processes 7:42

Bozeman science Using Gibbs Free Energy 7:56

Bozeman science Driving Nonspontaneous processes 5:51

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VIdeo links for gases:

“boiling water at room temperature”

Balloons and marshmallows

Graham’s Law:

Avogadro's Law: Avogadro's Law (14:47 min)

Boyle's Law: Boyle's Law (5:41 min)

Charles' Law: Charles' Law (6:41 min)

Combined Gas Law: Combined Gas Law           (6:48 min)

Ideal Gas Law: Ideal Gas Law Introduction         (6:18 min) 

How to rearrange the ideal gas law to form any of the other laws: Be Lazy! Don't Memorize the Gas Laws! (7:10 min)

Where the ideal gas law constant, R, comes from: Ideal Gas Law: Where did R come from? (3:31 min)

IsaacsTEACH on Solutions, Colloids, Suspensions

TheChemistrySolution's Video on Henry's Law

TheChemistrySolution's Video on Partial Pressure of Gases and Mole Fractions

Another Video on Henry's Law

If these links don't seem to work directly, then cut and paste the URL into a browser and they should work fine!


Brightstorm videos Net ionic equation 9:36

Bozeman science

Molecular, ionic, and net ionic equations  9:38

Bozeman science  

Solubility (goes into Ksp) 7:05

Solubility Rules (Mnemonic Tricks) 2:40

Brightstorm chemistry

Freezing point depression 3:52


Brightstorm videos

Boiling Point Elevation 4:35


Isaacs TEACH has a few GREAT videos about kinetics in my opinion. – potential energy diagrams 6:54 – rate of reaction and rate laws 11:14 (continue watching through the accelerated class section!) – factors that affect reaction rate 10:38 (continue watching through the accelerated class section!) – reaction mechanisms (and rate limiting step) 4:31
Crash Course Chemistry: Kinetics: Chemistry's Demolition Derby - 9:57 This also introduces/reviews some equilibrium concepts!

Bozeman Science The Rate Law 8:43 (Don’t worry about finding slope of curves – beyond what you need to know) – watch this one before the one on the Rate Constant The rate of Reactions 6:24 (you do NOT need to know anything about Beers Law!) Enthalpy of Reaction 8:02 Review of Chapter 16 material (calorimetry, Hess’s law)

Brightstorm videos The Rate Constant 6:52 (a bit more in depth starting about halfway through the video) If you’re going to skip a video, this one would be it! – reaction rates factors 3:04 Reaction rate problems 9:38 Excellent! Look at primarily the second problem (which is quite involved)
  Chemical Equilibrium PPT

The PPT contains a few slides with links to videos; please access the videos directly from the PPT.