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Honors Chemistry
Academic Year 2016-17

 
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Contents

Last update: Friday, June 2, 2017 8:09 AM

Please print of a copy of the currently assigned cornerstone activity handout only when instructed so by your teacher. Students are not encouraged to print off handouts until so instructed; this ensures that each student has the most current version of every handout.

Note that some handouts have accompanying report forms or data sheets. Your teacher will inform you what you need to print. Be sure to print off everything that is needed.

  1. Experimenting with a Candle
  2. Observing Chemical Change  
  3. Modeling Molecular Shapes
  4. The Element Dodecahedron
  5. Nomenclature — Ionic Compounds Puzzle
  6. Growing Crystals of Alum
  7. Measurement, Uncertainty, and Significant Figures
     
  8. Precipitation Reactions
     
  9. Preparing a Solution of Known Concentration
     
  10. Halloween Funny Putty
     
  11. Mass Relationships in a Chemical Reaction
  12. Flame Tests
     
  13. Atomic Trends
  14. Atomic Spectra
  15. ChemMatters Presentation Project
    ChemMatters Presentation Project Rubric
     
  16. Determination of the Water of Hydration for an Unknown Salt
  17. Types of Chemical Reactions
     
  18. Assay for Acetic Acid in Vinegar by Acid-base Titration
  19. Family Chemical Poster
  20. Reduction–Oxidation Reaction with Iron and Copper(II) Sulfate
  21. Synthesis of Alum from Scrap Aluminum
     
  22. Hess’ Law — [Written lab report (brief format) required.]
  23. Heat of Fusion for Ice
     
  24. Micro Rockets
  25. Determination of the Ideal Gas Constant, R
     
  26. The Molar Volume of Hydrogen Gas — [Written lab report (brief format) required.]
     
  27. The Le Châtelier Principle
     
  28. Preparing Glucose Solutions of Known Concentration Using Serial Dilution
     

 

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