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4 DUE TODAY: ENTRY TICKET: • What is a net ionic equation? What are spectator ions? • LEARNING TARGET: • Write ionoc and net ionic equations • IN CLASS: • Complete net ionic equations from lab; due at end of class • TO DO: • Read and be sure you are ready to carry out Copper Cycle Lab STANDARD: • C.IM.1: Chemical reactions • C.IM.1a: Types of reactions |
5 | 6 DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment #7 ENTRY TICKET: • Is copper more active than any metals? Which ones? How do you know? • LEARNING TARGET: • Write chemical equations for the reactions in the copper cycle lab. IN CLASS: • Copper Cycle Lab TO DO: • Copper Cycle Analysis Qustions and Equations STANDARD: • C.IM.1: Chemical reactions • C.IM.1a: Types of reaction |
7 DUE TODAY: copper cycle lab ENTRY TICKET: • What is the formula for aluminum nitrate? • LEARNING TARGET: •Write balanced chemical equations for complete combustion reactions. IN CLASS: • Combustion Reactions - the flaming snowball. TO DO: • Equation Assignment 8 Combustion STANDARD: • C.IM.1: Chemical reactions • C.IM.1a: Types of reaction |
8 End of 3rd 9 weeks -Early Dismissal DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 8 ENTRY TICKET: • What must be true of a compound participating in a double or single replacement reaction? • LEARNING TARGET: • Write equations for single and doble replacement reactions. • IN CLASS: • Quiz - double replacement and single replacement reactions • TO DO: • Equation Assignment 9 STANDARD: • C.IM.1: Chemical reactions • C.IM.1a: Types of reaction |
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13 | 14 DUE TODAY: Equation Assignment 9 ENTRY TICKET: • The number of particles in 1 mole is ___________ • The mass of 1 mole of carbon is _________ LEARNING TARGET: • Count particles of a substance by weighing them. • IN CLASS: • Counting by Weighing Activity - a review of moles • TO DO: • Complete the analysis questions STANDARD: • C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry • C.IM. 3a Molecular calculations |
15 DUE TODAY: ENTRY TICKET: • Write the equality and then 2 conversion factors for the number of milliliters in a liter. • Write the equality and then 2 conversion factors for Avogadro's number. LEARNING TARGET: • Explain how very tiny particles can be counted by weighing them. • IN CLASS: • Finish Counting by Weighing activity. • TO DO: • Analy STANDARD: • C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry • C.IM. 3a Molecular calculations |
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27 DUE TODAY: ENTRY TICKET: • • LEARNING TARGET: • • IN CLASS: • Iron-Copper Tango Lab • TO DO: • STANDARD: • C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry • C.IM. 3a Molecular calculations |
28 DUE TODAY: ENTRY TICKET: • • LEARNING TARGET: • • IN CLASS: • • TO DO: • STANDARD: • C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry • C.IM. 3a Molecular calculations |
29 DUE TODAY: ENTRY TICKET: • • LEARNING TARGET: • • IN CLASS: • • TO DO: • STANDARD: • C.IM. 3 Stoichiometry • C.IM. 3a Molecular calculations |
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