Q4: week 3 – 5/1 – 5/5
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5/1 – Monday – “A” Day
Neutralization Lesson –
5/1 – Monday’s Homework: –
1. No homework tonight.
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a) To identify all chemical species that are electrolytes
b) To solve titration problems
1. Hand back Acid Base exit ticket 2 and review.
2. To identify all chemical species that are electrolytes
3. To solve for titration problem. Backside of neutralization worksheet
4. Continue with Lab 24 – Indicators of household chemicals
Titration problems Lesson –
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a) To solve neutralization problems
1. Hand Back Acid Base Exit Ticket.
2. Review the Acid Base Presentation with questions – Exit Ticket 4
3. Neutralization problems
Acid Base Notes – Presentation:
1. Complete the Form below:
End of Wednesday!
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5/4- Thursday “B” Day – LAB
a) To complete Lab 24
I know many of you will be taking the AP SEM test today. Good Luck.
You will need to view the video that will posted later this afternoon that will review the last test and the conclusion questions.
1. We will complete Lab 24. We will do one more Acid/Base Indicator test with sugar water.
LAB 24 honors – Table M – Household chemicals.pdf
1. Please make one more submission to Acid Base Form 1.
I will take the average of the 2 grade as a test grade.
2. Please view the video posted below that will help you complete the Lab 24. This lab is due tomorrow.
Finishing Lab 24 – Today’s Lesson –
1. Please complete the form from the link below. It will be the final test of the Acid/Base Unit.
You may want to view the CRASH COURSE IN ACID BASE video below:
Please have your reference table, calculator, and reference table ready when you begin the form!
Weekend Form Link: 20 questions (MC) timed form (40 min):
Crash Course in Regents Chemistry: