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Chemistry 3rd Edition: Week 3


Checklist


Click on the checklist to open in your browser and print. Use it to mark your progress throughout the week.


Checklist for Week 3

Quiz


Take the following closed-book quiz. The answer key is in the Free Trial Parent Resources section.


Quiz 2

Lecture


Click on the lecture notes to open in your browser. You should print out these notes and have them ready when you watch the lecture. Since there are 20 or more pages per lecture, I recommend printing them with 6 panels per page. For PDF files, in the Print menu box, there is a Page Scaling or Page Set-Up option. If there is a Page Scaling option, choose Multiple Pages per Sheet and an option for the number of pages per sheet will appear. Choose 6 pages per panel. If there is a Page Set Up option choose 6 Pages per Side.

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Lecture Notes for Module 2 part 1

Module 2 Part 1

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Homework


Reading and homework problems for this week. On Your Own problems are found throughout the module with answers at the end of the chapter. Review Questions and Practice Problems are found at the end of the module with answers in the Solutions Manual. 100+ Series Chemistry Workbook (Chem Workbook) is a highly recommended optional text used for extra practice.


Remember to watch your units and sig figs carefully!


Read: pages 44-57

On Your Own Problems: 2.1-2.6

Review Questions: 1-5

Practice Problems: 1-5


Labs


Experiment 2.1

Your expectation in this lab is that the mass before the reaction will be the same as the mass after the reaction. Depending how how precise your scale is, you might find that your mass after the reaction is slightly less than the mass before. If this happens to you, you need to try and explain why. Hint: it has something to do with how hot the reaction gets. Make sure to be careful with the lye!

Tests


Optional: Take the Apologia Test on Module 1 in the test booklet.

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