Chemistry Honors

Chemistry Honors

This is a full semester course designed to further the investigations in the structure of atoms, their chemical relationships, and the conservation of energy in these relationships. The NC Standard Course of Study standards for Chemistry will be followed in order to prepare all students to become career and college ready. This course will also provide students with appropriate laboratory experiences to supplement these investigations. Honors Chemistry requires additional mathematical experience and a greater commitment from the student. Mathematics is the foundation of all of the physical sciences including Chemistry, therefore, it is strongly recommended that students have completed Algebra I/Math I and have completed/concurrently registered for Geometry/Math II. In addition, all Honors Chemistry students will be required to take the NC Final Exam for Chemistry.

Chemistry Honors Syllabus & Safety Agreement 2017-2018


Unit 1: Introduction to Chemistry
Introduction to the Chemistry Class
Notebook Setup
What is Chemistry?
The Math of Chemistry
Physical Properties of Matter

Unit 2: Atomic Concepts
History of the Model of the Atom
Atomic Properties
Electron Configuration

Lab: Physical & Chemical Change Make-Up videos:
Station 1
Station 2
Station 3
Station 4
Station 5

Unit 3: Nuclear Chemistry
Nuclear Decay & Halflife
Fission & Fusion

Unit 4: The Periodic Table
Introduction to the Periodic Table
Periodic Table Groups
Periodic Trends

Unit 5: Chemical Bonding
Ionic & Metallic Bonding
Covalent Bonding
Molecular Properties

Ionic Naming Flashcards
Chemical Bonding Review Guide


Unit 6: Chemical Quantities
Chemical Quantities
Moles


Unit 7: Chemical Reactions
Chemical Equations
Stoichiometry

Test 4 Review Guide Answers


Unit 8: The Gas Laws
Kinetic Molecular Theory & The Ideal Gas Law
The Combined Gas Law
Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures

Unit 9: Thermochemistry
Thermochemistry
Heat in Changes of State

Unit 10: Solutions
Solutions & Solubility
Concentration

Unit 11: Acids & Bases
Acids, Bases, & pH
Acid-Base Reactions

Test 6 Review Guide Answers

Unit 12: Kinetics & Equilibrium
Reaction Rates
Reversible Reactions
LeChatlier's Principle

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