C12.0.U1: Use appropriate strategies and skills to develop an understanding of chemical concepts.
C12.0.U2: Demonstrate an understanding of chemical concepts.
C12.0.S2: State a testable hypothesis or prediction based on background data or on observed events.
C12.0.S3: Design and implement an investigation to answer a specific scientific question.
C12.0.S4: Select and use scientific equipment appropriately and safely.
C12.0.S5: Collect, record, organize and display data using an appropriate format.
C12.0.S7: Interpret patterns and trends in data, and infer and explain relationships.
C12.0.R2: Evaluate information obtained to determine its usefulness for information needs.
C12.0.T1: Describe examples of the relationship between chemical principles and applications of chemistry.
C12.0.T3: Provide examples of how chemical principles are applied in products and processes, in scientific studies, and in daily life.
C12.0.A1: Demonstrate confidence in their ability to carry out investigations in chemistry.
C12.1.05: Perform a lab to demonstrate the stoichiometry of a neutralization reaction between a strong base and a strong acid.
C12.5.06: Calculate the concentration or volume of an acid or base from the concentration and volume of an acid or base required for neutralization.
C12.2.02: Recognize, through direct observation, that elements have unique line spectra.
C12.2.03: Describe applications and/or natural occurrences of line spectra.
C12.2.05: Write electron configurations forelements of the periodic table.
C12.2.06: Relate the electron configuration of an element to its valence electron(s) and its position on the periodic table.
C12.2.07: Identify and account for periodic trends among the properties of elements, and relate to electron configuration.
C12.3.01: Formulate an operational definition of reaction rate.
C12.3.02: Identify variables used to monitor reaction rates (i.e. change per unit time, Ã?x/Ã?t).
C12.3.03: Perform a lab to measure the average and instantaneous rate of a chemical reaction.
C12.3.04: Relate the rate of formation of a product to the rate of disappearance of a reactant given experimental rate data and reaction stoichiometry.
C12.3.05: Perform a lab to identify factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction.
C12.3.06: Use the collision theory to explain the rate of chemical reactions.
C12.3.08: Describe qualitatively the relationship between factors which affect the rate of chemical reactions and the relative rate of a reaction using the Collision Theory.
C12.3.09: Explain the concept of a reaction mechanism.
C12.3.10: Determine the rate law and order of a chemical reaction from experimental data.
C12.4.01: Relate the concept of equilibrium to physical and chemical systems.
C12.4.03: Use the value of the equilibrium constant to explain how far a system at equilibrium has gone towards completion.
C12.4.04: Solve problems involving equilibrium constants.
C12.4.05: Perform a lab to determine the equilibrium constant of an equilibrium system.
C12.4.06: Use Le Chatelierâ??s principle to predict and explain shifts in equilibrium.
C12.4.07: Perform a lab to demonstrate Le Chatelierâ??s principle.
C12.5.09: Use Ka or Kb to solve problems for pH, percent dissociation and concentration.
Correlation last revised: 9/24/2019