### 1: Stoichiometry

#### 1.1: The Mole and Molar Mass

1.1.1: define atomic mass and perform atomic mass calculations

1.1.1.c: calculate average atomic mass

1.1.2: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting data

1.1.3: explain how a major scientific milestone, the mole, changed chemistry

1.1.3.a: identify the unit for counting atoms, ions, or molecules as the mole

1.1.4: define molar mass and perform mole-mass inter-conversions for pure substances

1.1.4.a: define and calculate the molar mass of an element and compound

1.1.4.b: solve a variety of problems by performing calculations relating the number of moles to the mass, volume (at STP), and representative particles of various substances

1.1.5: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting data

1.1.7: define molar mass and perform mole-mass inter-conversions for pure substances

1.1.7.c: calculate molecular formula from percent composition data and molar mass

1.1.8: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting data

1.1.9: estimate quantities

#### 1.2: Calculations and Chemical Equations

1.2.1: identify mole ratios of reactants and products from balanced chemical equations

1.2.1.a: identify the mole ratios of reactants and products in a chemical reaction as the coefficients in a balanced equation

1.2.1.b: state the Law of Conservation of Mass

1.2.1.c: demonstrate an understanding that only mass and atoms are always conserved in a balanced chemical equation

1.2.1.d: perform calculations involving mole-to-mole stoichiometric problems

1.2.2: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting data

1.2.6: perform stoichiometric calculations related to chemical equations

1.2.6.a: perform mole to mass, mass to mole, and mass to mass stoichiometric calculations

1.2.6.b: perform calculations involving theoretical, actual, and percent yield

1.2.6.c: perform calculations involving limiting reactant in chemical reactions

1.2.8: predict how the yield of a particular process can be maximized

1.2.9: use instruments effectively and accurately for collecting data

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

#### 1.3: Applications of Stoichiometry

1.3.1: identify various stoichiometric applications

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

1.3.4: analyse society's influence on science and technology

### 2: From Structure to Properties

#### 2.3: Bonding

2.3.1: illustrate and explain the formation of ionic, covalent, and metallic bonds

2.3.1.a: define valence electrons, electronegativity, ionic, metallic bond, nonpolar covalent and polar covalent bond, coordinate covalent bond

2.3.1.b: identify the possible bond type, ionic or covalent, from a chemical formula

2.3.1.c: demonstrate ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding using the position of the considered elements in the periodic table

2.3.1.d: predict the ionic charge for ions in the main group elements from their group number and using the octet rule

2.3.1.g: explain the octet rule in relation to ionic and covalent formation

2.3.1.h: explain the importance of electron transfer in ionic bond formation

2.3.1.k: use electron dot diagrams to illustrate the formation of ions, ionic bonds, and covalent bonds

2.3.1.m: define, explain, and illustrate the coordinate covalent bond within a Lewis structure

#### 2.5: Intermolecular Forces

2.5.2: describe how the different types of bonds account for the properties of ionic and molecular compounds and metallic substances

2.5.2.a: explain the general properties of ionic and covalent compounds such as brittleness, melting and boiling points, and the ability to conduct electricity

#### 2.6: Solution Properties and Solubility

2.6.4: identify and explain sources of error and uncertainty

2.6.4.a: perform a lab involving solubility curves

2.6.4.b: plot the solubility and average temperature data

2.6.4.c: calculate solubility and perform calculations involving solubility

2.6.5: use the solubility generalizations to predict the formation of precipitates

2.6.5.a: conduct a precipitate lab and include recording, observing and collecting data, writing ionic and net ionic equations, and analysing results

### 3: Organic Chemistry

#### 3.2: Influences of Organic Compounds on Society

3.2.4: distinguish between scientific questions and technological problems

#### 3.6: Isomers in Organic Chemistry

3.6.2: write and balance chemical reactions to predict the reactions of selected organic compounds

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

3.6.2.a.vi: cracking/reforming reactions

#### 3.7: Polymerization

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

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

#### 3.8: Organic Experimentation

3.8.1: design an experiment identifying and controlling major variables

#### 3.9: Risks and Benefits of Organic Compounds: STSE Perspectives

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

Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020

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