C11.1.02: Use the Kinetic Molecular Theory to explain properties of gases.
C11.1.04: Explain the process of melting, solidification, sublimation, and deposition in terms of the Kinetic Molecular Theory.
C11.1.05: Use the Kinetic Molecular Theory to explain the processes of evaporation and condensation.
C11.2.08: Solve quantitative problems involving the relationships among the pressure, temperature, and volume of a gas using dimensional analysis.
C11.3.05: Write and classify balanced chemical equations from written descriptions of reactions.
C11.3.06: Predict the products of chemical reactions, given the reactants and type of reaction.
C11.3.08: Calculate the molar mass of various substances.
C11.3.10: Solve problems requiring interconversions between moles, mass, volume, and number of particles.
C11.3.12: Interpret a balanced equation in terms of moles, mass, and volumes of gases.
C11.3.13: Solve stoichiometric problems involving moles, mass, and volume, given the reactants and products in a balanced chemical reaction.
C11.3.14: Identify the limiting reactant and calculate the mass of a product, given the reaction equation and reactant data.
C11.3.15: Perform a lab involving mass-mass or mass-volume relations, identifying the limiting reactant and calculating the mole ratio.
C11.3.16: Discuss the importance of stoichiometry in industry and describe specific applications.
C11.4.06: Construct, from experimental data, a solubility curve of a pure substance in water.
C11.4.08: Use a graph of solubility data to solve problems.
C11.4.11: Perform a lab to demonstrate freezing-point depression and boiling-point elevation.
C11.4.12: Explain freezing-point depression and boiling-point elevation at the molecular level.
C11.4.14: Solve problems involving calculation for concentration, moles, mass, and volume.
C11.5.22: Describe the process of polymerization and identify important natural and synthetic polymers.
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019