3.1.C.A2: Energy Flow
3.1.C.A2.1: Describe how changes in energy affect the rate of chemical reactions.
3.1.C.B3: Molecular Basis of Life
3.1.C.B3.1: Describe the structure of the DNA and RNA molecules.
3.1.C.C2.1: Use molecular models to demonstrate gene mutation and recombination at the molecular level.
3.2.C.A1: Properties of Matter
3.2.C.A1.3: Explain the relationship of an element’s position on the periodic table to its atomic number, ionization energy, electro-negativity, atomic size, and classification of elements.
3.2.C.A2: Structure of Matter
3.2.C.A2.1: Compare the electron configurations for the first twenty elements of the periodic table.
3.2.C.A2.2: Relate the position of an element on the periodic table to its electron configuration and compare its reactivity to the reactivity of other elements in the table.
3.2.C.A2.5: Draw Lewis dot structures for simple molecules and ionic compounds.
3.2.C.A2.6: Predict the chemical formulas for simple ionic and molecular compounds.
3.2.C.A2.7: Use the mole concept to determine number of particles and molar mass for elements and compounds.
3.2.C.A3: Matter & Energy
3.2.C.A3.1: Describe the three normal states of matter in terms of energy, particle motion, and phase transitions.
3.2.C.A3.2: Identify the three main types of radioactive decay and compare their properties.
3.2.C.A3.3: Describe the process of radioactive decay by using nuclear equations and explain the concept of half-life for an isotope.
3.2.C.A4.2: Interpret and apply the laws of conservation of mass, constant composition (definite proportions), and multiple proportions.
3.2.C.A4.3: Balance chemical equations by applying the laws of conservation of mass.
3.2.C.A4.4: Classify chemical reactions as synthesis (combination), decomposition, single displacement (replacement), double displacement, and combustion.
3.2.C.A5: Unifying Themes
3.2.C.A5.1: Recognize discoveries from Dalton (atomic theory), Thomson (the electron), Rutherford (the nucleus), and Bohr (planetary model of atom), and understand how each discovery leads to modern theory.
3.2.C.A5.2: Describe Rutherford’s “gold foil” experiment that led to the discovery of the nuclear atom. Identify the major components (protons, neutrons, and electrons) of the nuclear atom and explain how they interact.
3.2.C.B3: Heat/Heat Transfer
3.2.C.B3.1: Describe the law of conservation of energy.
3.2.C.B3.2: Explain the difference between an endothermic process and an exothermic process.
Correlation last revised: 4/4/2018