1: Thermochemistry

1.1: Thermochemistry STSE

1.1.3: distinguish between questions that can be answered using thermochemistry and those that cannot, and between problems that can be solved by technology and those that cannot.

Electromagnetic Induction

1.3: Enthalpy Changes (1)

1.3.1: define endothermic reaction, exothermic reaction, specific heat capacity, enthalpy, bond energy, heat of reaction, and molar enthalpy.

Calorimetry Lab
Chemical Changes
Energy Conversion in a System

1.3.3: differentiate between endothermic and exothermic changes.

Chemical Changes

1.3.4: calculate specific heat capacity.

Calorimetry Lab
Energy Conversion in a System

1.3.5: use specific heat capacity in calculations.

Calorimetry Lab
Energy Conversion in a System

1.3.6: perform heat transfer problems.

Calorimetry Lab

1.5: Enthalpy Changes (3)

1.5.4: calculate and compare the energy involved in changes of state.

1.5.4.a: calculate the heat gained or lost from a system using the formulas q = mc delta T and q = n delta H.

Calorimetry Lab

1.6: Thermochemistry Experimentation

1.6.4: determine experimentally the changes in energy of various chemical reactions

Chemical Changes

1.6.5: analyse the knowledge and skills acquired in their study of thermochemistry to identify areas of further study related to science and technology

1.6.5.a: compare physical, chemical, and nuclear changes in terms of the species and the magnitude of energy changes involved

Chemical Changes
Nuclear Decay

2: From Solutions to Kinetics to Equilibrium

2.1: Kinetics and Rate of Reaction

2.1.1: identify and discuss the properties and situations in which the rate of reaction is a factor

2.1.1.a: identify the factors that affect rate of reaction and how these can be controlled

Collision Theory

2.1.1.b: perform an experiment to determine the factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction

Collision Theory

2.2: Collision Theory, Reaction Mechanisms and Catalysts (1)

2.2.1: describe collision theory and its connection to factors involved in altering reaction rates

2.2.1.a: explain how various factors can affect the rate of a reaction

Collision Theory

2.3: Collision Theory, Reaction Mechanisms and Catalysts (2)

2.3.1: describe a reaction mechanism and catalystâ??s role in a chemical reaction

2.3.1.c: define reaction mechanism as a series of elementary reactions

Chemical Equations
Equilibrium and Concentration

2.3.1.d: identify the following components of a reaction mechanism: rate-determining step, reaction intermediates, and catalysts

Collision Theory

2.3.1.e: write the overall reaction equation from a reaction mechanism

Chemical Equations
Equilibrium and Concentration

2.3.2: Demonstrate an understanding of rate laws with respect to the progress of the reaction

Collision Theory

2.3.3: Write the rate laws given the reaction mechanism or experimental data

Collision Theory

2.3.4: Identify the reaction order

Collision Theory

2.4: Chemical Equilibrium (1)

2.4.1: compile and organize data, using appropriate formats and data treatments to facilitate interpretation of the data

Temperature and Sex Determination - Metric

2.4.2: define the concept of equilibrium as it pertains to solutions

Equilibrium and Concentration
Equilibrium and Pressure

2.5: Chemical Equilibrium (2)

2.5.1: develop and implement appropriate sampling procedures for equilibrium expressions

2.5.1.a: write equilibrium constant expressions

Equilibrium and Concentration
Equilibrium and Pressure

2.5.1.b: predict the favourability of reactant or products in a reversible reaction, on the basis of the magnitude of the equilibrium constant

Equilibrium and Concentration
Equilibrium and Pressure

2.5.3: Calculation of Equilibrium Constant using the partial pressures of gases (Kp)

Equilibrium and Pressure

2.6: Chemical Equilibrium (3)

2.6.2: explain the roles of evidence, theories, and paradigms in Le Châtelierâ??s Principle

Equilibrium and Concentration
Equilibrium and Pressure

2.7: Chemical Equilibrium (4)

2.7.2: analyse and describe examples where technologies were developed based on scientific understanding

Electromagnetic Induction

3: Acids and Bases

3.1: Properties and Definitions of Acids and Bases (1)

3.1.2: describe various acid-base definitions up to the Brønsted-Lowry definition

Titration

3.2: Properties and Definitions of Acids and Bases (2)

3.2.1: explain how acid-base theory evolved as new evidence and laws and theories were tested and revised, or replaced

3.2.1.a: define a Brønsted-Lowry acid and a Brønsted-Lowry base

Titration

3.2.2: explain the roles of evidence, theories, and paradigms in acid-base theories

3.2.2.a: trace the development of acid-base theories from the original Arrhenius definition to the modern revised Arrhenius concept up to the Brønsted-Lowry theory

Titration
pH Analysis
pH Analysis: Quad Color Indicator

3.5: Using the Equilibrium Concept with Acids and Bases (1)

3.5.1: compare strong and weak acids and bases using the concept of equilibrium

3.5.1.b: perform calculations to determine any of the above from empirical data

Titration

3.5.1.c: define % dissociation, Ka and Kb qualitatively and relate their values to acid and base strength

Titration

3.5.1.d: identify the values of pH and pOH associated with acidic and basic solutions

pH Analysis
pH Analysis: Quad Color Indicator

3.6: Using the Equilibrium Concept with Acids and Bases (2)

3.6.1: compare strong and weak acids and bases using the concept of equilibrium

3.6.1.b: perform calculations to determine any of the above from empirical data

Titration

3.6.1.c: perform calculations of equilibrium concentrations given initial concentration and K value for which the quadratic equation may be used

Equilibrium and Concentration

3.6.1.d: perform calculations of equilibrium concentrations given [H+] or pH and the K value

Titration

3.7: Using the Equilibrium Concept with Acids and Bases (3)

3.7.1: calculate the pH of an acid or base given its concentration, and vice versa

3.7.1.b: calculate pH given the concentration of a weak acid or weak base along with the corresponding dissociation constant

Titration

3.8: Acid/Base Titrations (1)

3.8.3: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting titration data

Titration

3.8.4: interpret patterns and trends in data, and infer or calculate relationships among variables from titration labs

Titration

3.8.6: evaluate and select appropriate instruments for collecting evidence and appropriate processes for titrations

Titration

3.8.7: select and use appropriate numeric, symbolic, graphical, and linguistic modes of representation to communicate ideas, titrations, and results

Titration

3.9: Acid/Base Titrations (2)

3.9.1: explain how acid-base indicators function

3.9.1.a: differentiate between the terms endpoint and equivalence point

Titration

3.9.1.b: choose appropriate indicators for acid-base titrations

Titration

3.9.2: analyse and describe examples where acid-base understanding was enhanced as a result of using titration curves

3.9.2.a: qualitatively sketch and interpret titration curves

Titration

3.10: Acid/Base Titrations (3)

3.10.1: identify a line/curve of best fit on a scatter plot and interpolate and extrapolate based on the line of best fit

3.10.1.a: interpret, interpolate and extrapolate data from a titration curve

Titration

3.10.1.b: graph sample data collected from a titration experiment or data provided by their teacher

Titration

3.10.2: state a prediction and hypothesis based on available evidence and background information

Temperature and Sex Determination - Metric

4: Organic Chemistry

4.8: Applications of Organic Chemistry (2)

4.8.2: evaluate the design of a technology and the way it functions, on the basis of a variety of criteria that they have identified themselves

Trebuchet

4.9: Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations

4.9.1: write and balance chemical equations to predict the reactions of selected organic compounds .

4.9.1.a: draw structural diagrams of all organic reactants and products involved in:

4.9.1.a.iv: complete combustion

Chemical Equations

4.10: Polymerization

4.10.1: describe processes of polymerization and identify some important natural and synthetic polymers

4.10.1.a: define and outline the structures of monomers, polymers, and polymerization

Dehydration Synthesis

4.10.1.b: identify addition and condensation polymerization reactions

Dehydration Synthesis

4.11: Organic Experimentation

4.11.1: design an experiment identifying and controlling major variables

Effect of Environment on New Life Form
Pendulum Clock
Real-Time Histogram

4.12: Risks and Benefits of Organic Compounds: STSE Perspectives (1)

4.12.1: communicate questions ideas, and intentions, and receive, interpret, understand, support, and respond to the ideas of others

Sight vs. Sound Reactions

4.12.2: describe and evaluate the design of technological solutions and the way they function using scientific principles

Trebuchet

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