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Q2: week 6 – 12/18 – 12/22

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Main focus: 

1. To Identify the protons, neutrons, and electrons in atoms and Ions.

2. To identify that isotopes have the same number of protons but different number of neutrons,

Period  6:

1.  Review selected worksheets handed out from last week

Atomic Structure – Ions 2013..pdf
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Atomic Structure 2 – subatomic particles.pdf
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Atomic Structure 2 – subatomic particles Key.pdf
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2.  Start introducing the isotope.

Atomic Structure 3 – isotopes.pdf
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Atomic Structure 3 – isotopes key.pdf
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Atomic Structure Lecture 2:  Today’s lesson –

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12/18 –  Monday  Day Homework:  
 1.  Please complete the form below:

Subatomic particle Form:                 




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Main focus: 

1. To identify nuclides as isotopes.

2. To calculate the average isotopic mass of an element using the relative abundances of all its naturally occurring isotopes.

Period  6:   
1. Homework review of last nights form.
 2. Continue with isotopes – 
 – review of concept
– weighted mass problem

Atomic Structure 3 – isotopes.pdf
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Atomic Structure 3 – isotopes key.pdf
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Period  7: 
Readiness Assessment Test 24 – isotopes – In class

Atomic Structure Lecture 2:  Today’s lesson –

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1.  There is no homework tonight.


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Main focus: 

1. To Introduce the atomic model proposed by Niels Bohr.

2. To identify the electron shells that are the most stable and unstable.

3. To evaluate whether a electron absorbs or emits energy when it transitions from one shell to another.

4. To introduce the Bright line Spectrum 

Period  6:


1. Review of the in RAT 22 – 

2. Bohr Model of the Atom note-taking – 

Atom Structure 1 History of atomic models.pdf
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 – Began with electromagnetic spectrum demo with large spring

– wavelengths vs. frequency

– different energy of light


Quantum Numbers to Electron Configurations:

Bohr model Lecture :  Today’s lesson – did not quite get to this today..

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12/20 – Wednesday  Homework:  
 1.  There is no homework tonight.

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Main focus: 

1. To identify of energy is being absorbed or released during electrons transitions
2. To identify the Bohr model of the atom.
3. To identify the energy of electromagnetic radiation by length of wavelength or the amount of frequency.
4. To identify an atoms bright line spectrum from a mixture of elements.
5. To describe the  absorption and emission of energy in terms of electron transitions,
Period  6 & 7:

1.  Complete note-taking  on the Bohr Model with the worksheet yesterday.

2.  Bright Line Spectra demo:

3. Review of the Bohr’s model and use of Bright lIne spectrum – using slides and animations from presentation.
4. Gas Tubes – diffraction lens Demo 

Atom Structure 1 History of atomic models.pdf
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Bohr worksheet 1.pdf
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Bohr worksheet 1 key.pdf
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Bohr worksheet 2.pdf
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Bohr worksheet 2 KEY.pdf
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The Bright Line Spectrum of Hydrogen – This is what Neils Borh explained in his atomic model

Fireworks give off different colors of light? –

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1.  Please complete the form below based the Bohr model and the bright -line spectra of elements. You have 3 responses.


Bohr Model Form 1 – 23-24:                 




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Main focus:                                                                                                                                                                                    

Winter Holidays GIF - Winter Holidays Holiday GIFs

a) To bring in heavy presents for your tallest teacher.

b) To synthesize a cross – linked polymer

c) To observe the properties of the polymer and happy tall teacher (due to your thoughtfulness)  



 1.  Lab 13 – Synthesis of a cross – linked polymer.

Happy Holidays!




The Synthesis of a Cross Linked Polymer

               This lab might be a stretch for us right now but I hope it sticks to you.

        a) Dissolve 4 grams of polyvinyl chloride in 100 ml of distilled water. Make sure to keep the warm                   solution at or near 70 degrees Celsius.  If too warm it will denature and curl up.
        b) In a plastic cup please add 16 ml of sodium tetraborate with your choice of food coloring, glitter,               and/or fluorescent compound (if you want to have it glow in the dark).
        c)  Once the polyvinyl chloride is dissolved, POUR the hot polyvinyl solution into the plastic cup                     with the sodium tetraborate, food coloring etc and stir with wooden popsicle stick like a banshie!  
         d) Once the polymer cools enough we will test its physical properties and then dispose of it in a  ziplock baggie.

12/23 –  Holiday Homework: –

1. Please respond to the Holiday Form daily over break by writing the time left in your break with the countdown below everyday. 



1: Holiday Form:


                                                                         Happy New Year!