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## Q4: week 1 – 4/15 –Â  4/19

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Main focus:Â

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a)Â  To build a potential energy diagram from an ethanol combustion reaction
b)Â  To take notes on the different parts of the potential energy curve.Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â

PeriodÂ  6:

1.Â  Hand Back the Math DOG..

2.Â  Complete DemonstrationÂ

3.Â  Complete potential energy Diagram for the chemical reaction.

Potential Energy Curve NOTES.pdf

PeriodÂ  7:

1.Â  Lab 24 Intro –Â

LAB 24 – unknown carbonates stoichiometry II.pdf

a) run the reaction/setup boiling off the water

2.Â  Calculate the predicted amount of salt produced through stoichiometry

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1. View the Lecture below if you need to review today’s lesson or if you were absent.

2. Complete the Form below based on the today’s notes:

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1: Potential Energy Curve Lecture –Â

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2 : Potential Energy Form:Â

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Â Main focus:

a) To incorporate Table I into our potential energy diagrams.

b) To model thermodynamic problems based on reported â–³H values.

c)Â  To complete a stoichiometry lab that incorporates thermodynamic principles.Â

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PeriodÂ  6:

1.Â  Lab 24 completeÂ

LAB 24 – unknown carbonates stoichiometry II.pdf

a) mass out evaporated and dried salts

b) determine the identity of your salt by stoichiometry and the mass of salt produced

c) demonstrated temperature change for both chemicals A and B during the experiment

d) Sketch Potential energy curves for the physical change and the chemical change that occurred based on their known reactions.

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1. Complete the frontside of the worksheet that was handed out.

reactions and enthalpy – ditto 2.pdf

2.Â  You can use the following Video below to complete the frontside of the worksheet.

3. Make a single submission to the form below.Â  If you are having issues with the form please view the Potential Energy Curves and table IÂ  review (at 10:35) for the form video below!

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2: Potential Energy Curves and table IÂ  –Â

3: Potential Energy Curves and table IÂ  review for the form-Â

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3 : Potential Energy Diagram Form 2:Â

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Main focus:Â

a) To identify the Kj/mole of a reaction using Table I

b) To identify the factors that affect the RATE of a reaction

c)Â  To identify the 2 components of an effective collision –> collision theory.

PeriodÂ  6:
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1.Â  Table I worksheet review with handout given yesterday.

reactions and enthalpy – ditto 2.pdf

reactions and enthalpy – ditto 2 Key.pdf

Defined this relationship by reviewing the first slide of last nights homework form.

â–³H = âˆ‘PE products – âˆ‘PE reactants

PeriodÂ  7:

2.Â  Begin Collision Theory – demos and concepts!!!

Â  Â  Â  Â  a) Effective Collisions

Â  Â  Â  Â  b) Factors that affect the rate of reaction (SPEED!)

Rate Factors worksheet 07.pdf

Concentration Demo – Having a larger concentration means more reactants will collide with each more frequently increasing the rate of the reaction.

Temperature and the Rate of reaction in Light Sticks – Each reactants is colliding more often and has a greater force per collision.

Surface Area Demo – Exposing more reactant particles to each other to increase the frequency of collisions.

Today’s Lesson – Factors that affect the Rate of reaction

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4/17 –Â  Wednesday – “A” Day Homework:Â
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1. Please complete the form below. You have 3 submissions tonight. Make sure you use all of them. I gave everyone a hard copy of the questions BUT you must place your answers into the form to get credit!!

Kinetics Homework Form Questions.pdf

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1 : Kinetic Homework Form:Â

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a) To identify the factors that affect reaction rateÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  b)Â  Use table I to identify exothermic or endothermic reactionsÂ  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  c) Identify the parts of a PE Curve

PeriodÂ  6:Â  Â

1. Review the homework.

2.Â  We reviewed for OUR Test tomorrow on the the Kinetics and PE Diagram curve using the worksheet below:Â

Kinetics and PE Diagram worksheet.pdf

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4/18 –Â  Thursday – “B” Day homework:Â
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Â 1. Please STUDY FOR TOMORROWS TEST by completing the worksheet that we started in class and review with the key below or the video.

Kinetics and PE Diagram worksheet key.pdf

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Today’s Lesson and Review of the Kinetics and PE Diagram worksheet.

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4/21 – Friday –Â  “A” Day

a) To review the factors that affect rate of reaction.

b)Â  To take a Kinetics and PE diagram test.

PeriodÂ  6:Â  Â

1. Complete Lab 25 – Rate of reaction

PeriodÂ  7:Â

2. Take the Rate of reaction and PE Diagram DOG!