Chm.1.1: Analyze the structure of atoms and ions.
Chm.1.1.1: Analyze the structure of atoms, isotopes, and ions.
Chm.1.1.2: Analyze an atom in terms of the location of electrons.
Chm.1.1.3: Explain the emission of electromagnetic radiation in spectral form in terms of the Bohr model.
Chm.1.1.4: Explain the process of radioactive decay by the use of nuclear equations and half-life.
Chm.1.2: Understand the bonding that occurs in simple compounds in terms of bond type, strength, and properties.
Chm.1.2.4: Interpret the name and formula of compounds using IUPAC convention.
Chm.1.2.5: Compare the properties of ionic, covalent, metallic, and network compounds.
Chm.1.3: Understand the physical and chemical properties of atoms based on their position in the Periodic Table.
Chm.1.3.3: Infer the atomic size, reactivity, electronegativity, and ionization energy of an element from its position in the Periodic Table.
Chm.2.1: Understand the relationship among pressure, temperature, volume, and phase.
Chm.2.1.1: Explain the energetic nature of phase changes.
Chm.2.1.4: Infer simple calorimetric calculations based on the concepts of heat lost equals heat gained and specific heat.
Chm.2.1.5: Explain the relationships between pressure, temperature, volume, and quantity of gas both qualitative and quantitative.
Chm.2.2: Analyze chemical reactions in terms of quantities, product formation, and energy.
Chm.2.2.2: Analyze the evidence of chemical change.
Chm.2.2.3: Analyze the law of conservation of matter and how it applies to various types of chemical equations (synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion).
Chm.2.2.4: Analyze the stoichiometric relationships inherent in a chemical reaction.
Chm.3.1: Understand the factors affecting rate of reaction and chemical equilibrium.
Chm.3.1.1: Explain the factors that affect the rate of a reaction (temperature, concentration, particle size and presence of a catalyst).
Chm.3.1.2: Explain the conditions of a system at equilibrium.
Chm.3.1.3: Infer the shift in equilibrium when a stress is applied to a chemical system (Le Chatelier?s Principle).
Chm.3.2: Understand solutions and the solution process.
Chm.3.2.1: Classify substances using the hydronium and hydroxide ion concentrations.
Chm.3.2.2: Summarize the properties of acids and bases.
Chm.3.2.3: Infer the quantitative nature of a solution (molarity, dilution, and titration with a 1:1 molar ratio).
Chm.3.2.5: Interpret solubility diagrams.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017