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Q1: week 9 – 10/24 – 10/28

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10/24 – Monday “A” Day  

Main focus: 

1. To calculate the Joules of energy absorbed by a block dropped in hot water.
2. To Calculate the Joules of energy released by water if a cold metal block is placed in the hot water.
3. To review the basic principle of calorimetry.
1.  Classwork Calorimetry Problem – 
Calorimetry Metal Block problems 1
a) In what direction was energy moving?
b) How does temperature change with this flow of thermal energy?
c) How does the energy measures from the metal block and water compare?
d) Why is there such a large difference in temperature change between the metal and the water if the energy lost and gained are the same?
e) What does a large or small specific heat quantify? 

10/24 –  Monday  “A” Day Homework:  
1.  Please complete the Calorimetry Form 2 below based on today’s worksheet.  You may need a piece of paper to work some of these math questions AND then submit.

1: Calorimetry Form 2:  

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10/25 – Tuesday “B” Day – Lab   

Main focus: 

1.  To Calculate the kilojoules per gram of Cheetos.
2.  To Calculate the kilocalories per gram of Cheetos.
3.  To calculate the Calories per gram of Cheetos.   
Period  8:
1.  We will review Monday’s  form with the key
Calorimetry Form 2 Key.pdf
2.  We view a demonstration of the transfer of energy of a hero’ s Engine.
3.  We will solve another Bock in water Calorimetry problem.
Calorimetry Metal Block problems 1
Period  9:
1.  We will work on the calculations of the Lab.


Lab 5 – Calorimetry of a Cheese Curl .pdf
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Today’s Lesson:   Based on this presentation

10/25 –  Tuesday  “B” Day Homework: 
1.  Please complete the following Form based on your Lab 5 Calculations and today’s lesson..
1: Calorimetry Form 3:  

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10/26 – Wednesday – A Day – 

Main focus: 

1. To define temperature as a value that is proportional to the average kinetic energy.
2. To Review the temperature Scales of Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin .
3.  To Calculate the energy needed to change the temperature of water,
1.  We will review the calorimetry 3 form with the key
Calorimetry Form 3 – Google Form Key.pdf
2.  Temperature and Temperature scales lesson


Temperature Scales worksheet.pdf
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Today’s Lesson:   Based on this presentation – Slides 32 – 37

Today’s Lesson:   Lecture 1.12 – Temperature

 10/26 –  Wednesday – “A” Day homework: –
1.  Please the form below. You have 3 graded submissions to the form
1: Temperature Form :  

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10/27 – Thursday “B” Day – Lab

Main focus:   
1.  To complete the Calorimetry Lab 5- write the conclusion.
2. To calculate the energy needed to melt/freeze using the heat of fusion thermal equation.
3.  To Calculate the energy needed to vaporize or condense using the heat of vaporization thermal equation.
Period  8:
1.  Review of the homework form – most incorrect questions.
2.  Complete Lab 5 – Calorimetry of a Cheeto – conclusion writing.
3.  Heat of Fusion and Heat of Vaporization Lesson with worksheet below:
HF and Hv problems .pdf
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HF and Hv problems Key.pdf
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Period  9:

1.  Complete percent error and write conclusion for Lab 5


Lab 6 – Heat of Fusion of Ice

Heat of Fusion of Ice.pdf
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Today’s Lesson:   Lecture 1.15B – Heat of Fusion and Heat of Vaporization


10/20 –  Thursday – “A” Day homework: 
1.  Complete the front side of the worksheet ONLY that we started in class today and review with the key.  You will have an in class RAT on this tomorrow.
HF and Hv problems .pdf
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HF and Hv problems Key.pdf
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Do not forget about Table B and Table T!!! 
Use the video posted above if you are having issues. (chemistry issues!!)
Also concepts of Exothermic, endothermic, heat flow, and Temperature will be on the RAT. 


 You could Review with our last 5 forms that are still open and you could redo them to practice. Click in the links below view the forms.
Temperature Form _______________________________________________________________________________________


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10/28 – Friday “A” Day 

Main focus:   
1. To review an Calorimetry problem with an ice cube to solve for the heat of Fusion.
2. Collect data for the Heat of Fusion Lab 
Period  9:
1.  Review Last question on the Hf and Hv worksheet – Ice cube calorimetry problem 
2. Collect data from the heat of fusion lab – Lab 6  
Heat of Fusion of Ice.pdf
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a) measure 100 ml (which is 100 grams of room temperature water) 
b) measure the initial temperature of water with the temperature probe
c) MASS OUT THE ICE CUBE QUICKLY AND then place it in your calorimeter.
d) identify the lowest temperature (this is when the ice cube has just melted)  
e) Calculate the heat of fusion.  

10/28 –  Friday – “B” Day homework: –
No Homework this weekend!