Chem 1P - Unit 5

Instructional Segment 5 (IS-5)

Chapters 11, 12 (SPRING BREAK)

THEN CHAPTER 13, and 14.

Unit 5 Study Material

Climate Change

Ch. 11 - Stoichiometry

Ch.12 - States of Matter

Ch. 13 - Gases

Ch. 14 - Mixtures and Solutions


Areas that you can study and tasks that you can do/make and include in your e-portfolio for credit increases.

A. Develop a model of energy flow in Earth’s climate.

    • Create a digital or physical poster that demonstrates Energy Flow

B. They revisit combustion reactions from IS1 to focus on emissions from fossil fuel energy sources.

    • Identify 4 fossil fuel energy sources and explain how combustion reactions work. Poster Board with specific details and provide your resources/citations

C. Show how you can apply models of the structures of molecules to explain how different molecules trap heat in the atmosphere.

    • Create a google slides presentation with different types of models..that explain this OR
    • Create a physical paper model of HOW heat is trapped in the atmosphere, take a pic and upload to your E-Portfolio

D. Evaluate different chemical engineering solutions that can reduce the impacts of climate change.

    • Identify a potential problem, explore why it is a problem, think about different engineering solutions that exist to reduce the impacts of climate change and explain pro's and con's.
    • Draw a cartoon, Write an essay or do a google slide presentation or poster to explain the solutions that you have identified.

***All of the above are ideas to help you increase your grade if you are counting on your portfolio to help you in Chemistry. You can attach/insert your work to your own website. If you do any of these

take the 10 question quiz

Take a screenshot of your answers by 2/26/18 and upload to Pre-Quiz ClimateChange in Google Classroom

Chemistry of climate change

  • Students develop models of energy flow in Earth’s climate.
  • They revisit combustion reactions from IS1 to focus on emissions from fossil fuel energy sources.
  • They apply models of the structures of molecules to explain how different molecules trap heat in the atmosphere.
  • Students evaluate different chemical engineering solutions that can reduce the impacts of climate change.

What is Climate Change?

Definition:

CLIMATE CHANGE is a noun

a long-term change in the earth's climate, especially a change due to an increase in the average atmospheric temperature:Melting glaciers imply that life in the Arctic is affected by climate change.

Energy Flow in Earth's Climate

Combustion Fossil Energy

Trapping Heat Molecular Structures

Engineering Solutions

Chapter 11 Reading Assignment: Pages 166-191

Questions #1-33 Due No Later than Monday April 2

Stoichiometry - Chapter 11

Mr. Mendez - STUDY RESOURCE Slides on Schoology and Here.

Get Information From Mr. Mendez Here - We reviewed this in class - These slides have great examples for Ch. 11 - Stoichiometry and how to work out problems.

Classroom_Presentation_Toolkit_Stoichiometry

Whales Leap For Food

Source: ABC - San Diego California -April 9, 2019

Chapter 12 Reading Assignment: Pages

Questions #4,5, 6, 14,15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 28, 29, 30.––––Due Tuesday April 9th

States of matter- Chapter 12



CH.12 STATES OF MATTER SLIDES .pdf
Ch.12StudyGuideStatesofMatter.pdf

Ch. 12 Study Guide

Due: Tuesday 4/23 UPON RETURN FROM SPRING BREAK -

Phase DiagramsHandout12.4.pdf

Phase Diagrams

Due: Thursday 4/11/19

SECTION 1: GASES

GASES EXPAND, DIFFUSE, EXERT PRESSURE, AND CAN BE COMPRESSED BECAUSE THEY ARE IN A LOW-DENSITY STATE CONSISTING OF TINY CONSTANTLY MOVING PARTICLES.

April 15th - April 22Nd

spring break!!! HAVE FUN but study...remember go to ixl and practice your math!!!

Section 2: forces of attraction explained

BIG IDEA: Intermolecular forces -Including

dispersion forces,

dipole-dipole forces,

and hydrogen bonds

ALL of these determine a substances STATE at a given temperature

Classroom_Presentation_Toolkit_Forces_of_Attraction.pdf

How do the arrangements of particles in liquids and solids differ?


Section 3: liquids AND SOLIDS

What are the factors that affect viscosity?


Classroom_Presentation_Toolkit_Liquids_and_Solids.pdf

How are the unit cell and crystal lattice related?


SECTION 4: PHASE CHANGES

BIG IDEA: MATTER CHANGES PHASE WHEN ENERGY IS ADDED OR REMOVED

Classroom_Presentation_Toolkit_Phase_Changes.pdf

Chapter 13 Reading Assignment: Pages

Questions #––––Due Friday

gases- Chapter 13














Mr. Mendez - Slides on Schoology and Here.

Chapter 14 Reading Assignment: Pages 474-507

Questions #2-38 Even #'s; 39,40,41,42,43 and 48, 49, 50 (total 27 Questions––––Assigned 5/8/19 ------------------------------Due Next FRIDAY May 17, 2019

Mixtures and solutions- Chapter 14








Mr. Mendez - Slides Here.

UNIT-MIXTURES & SOLUTIONS elements_compounds_mixtures MENDEZ.pptx