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Chapter: 8 Topic : 1- Toggle
Chapter 9 Topic: 1- Toggle
Chapter: 4 Topic: 1- Toggle
Chapter: 4 Topic: 2- Toggle
Chapter: 4 Topic: 3- Toggle
Chapter 4 Review- Toggle
Chapter 5 Topic: -1 Acids and Bases- Toggle
1. Know the difference between acids, bases and salts when you look at their:
a. Chemical formula (how can you recognize an acid versus a base and a salt?)
b. Name (how are acids, bases, and salts named?? Know some examples)
c. Properties (know the properties of acids, bases and salts).
2. Identify acids and bases using indicators.
Be able to use the indicator chart in your ‘bible’ to determine if something is an acid or a base when given results that would occur when you added an indicator.
Ie: phenolphthalein turns hot pink in a base
What about methyl orange, bromthymol blue, litmus paper and indigo carmine?
3. Explain the significance of the pH scale, with reference to common substances.
a. A low pH is for acids, a high pH is for bases, a pH of 7 is for neutral
b. Know examples of substances for each pH level
1. Recognize the names and formulas of common acids (ie: Hydrochloric acid, suphuric acid, nitric acid, acetic acid).
Chapter 5- Topic: 2 SALTS- Toggle
Recognize a salt when presented with its formula, name, or properties.
How can salts be made (there are 3 ways?)
Put a carbonate (ie: egg) in Acid
Put a metal in Acid (byproduct of hydrogen gas)
What type of solution (acid or base) is made when you put:
1. A metal in water? 2. A non-metal in water?
Chapter 5- Topic: 3 Organic Compounds- Toggle
- Define organic compounds and inorganic compounds
- What elements do organic compounds usually have?
- What elements do inorganic compounds usually not have?
- Recognize a compound as being organic or inorganic from:
- Its name
- Its chemical formula
- A diagram or model.
Chapter 5 Review- Toggle
Chapter; 6 Topic :1 TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS- Toggle
Be able to identify each of the following reactions.
1. Synthesis (combination)
3. Single Replacement
4. Double Replacement
5. Neutralization (acid/base)
2. Be able to predict the products of each type of reaction and then balance those equations.
Chapter; 6 Topic :2 RATE OF REACTION- Toggle
- Know what the rate of reaction is.
- Be able to give examples of slow and fast reaction rates.
- Explain how each of the following factors can speed up or slow down the rate of chemical reactions.
- Surface area of a solid
- Concentration of a liquid
Chapter 7 Topic 1 Atomic Theory and Radiation- Toggle
Chapter 7 Topic 2 Half Life- Toggle
7.3 Fission and Fusion- Toggle
Chapter 7 Review- Toggle
Chemistry Review- Toggle
1.1 Biomes- Toggle
1.1 B Climate and Graphs- Toggle
1.1 C Adaptations- Toggle
1.2 A Ecosystems- Toggle
1-2C Predator Prey- Toggle
Chapter 1 Review- Toggle
2.1 Energy Flow- Toggle
2-2 Nutrient Cycle- Toggle
2-3 Bioaccumulation- Toggle
3-1 Changes in Ecosystem and Succession- Toggle
3-2 How human influence ecosystem- Toggle
3.3 How Introduced species affect ecosystem- Toggle
Chapter 1 , 2, 3 review- Toggle
12-2 a Layers of the earth- Toggle
12.2 B How do the plates move- Toggle
12.2 C- Toggle