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This file includes valence electrons and Bohr model diagrams.


This file includes isotopes, Thomson's & Rutherford's experiments.



Textbook pages, Atomic Structure and Bonding


Atoms and electrons pages 102- 107

Atomic Structure (Thompson, Rutherford, electrons, protons, neutrons, isotopes, mass number,

atomic mass) pages 100 -118

Bohr model, modern atomic theory, pages 128 -133

Valence electrons 194

Electron Dot Structures (Lewis Dot Stuctures) page 195, 226-231


Covalent bonding 222 -231

Ions page 176, pages 194 -199

Ionic bonds & ionic compounds 201

Octet Rule - pages 195 & 226

Double & triple Covalent Bonds 230

Naming compounds 262 - 280

Naming ionic compounds and writing their formulas 271 - 275




Notes, units 4 (Mixtures, Elements, Compounds) & 5 (Moles)

Textbook pages for Units 4, 5


Chapter 2.2, p. 38-40 (Compounds and Mixtures)

Chapter 2.3, p. 42-47 (Elements and atoms)

Chapter 2.4, p. 48-50 (Law of Conservation of Mass, Chem. Reactions)

Chapter 4.1, p. 112 -119 (Atomic Mass & Atomic Number)

Chapter 10.1-10.2, p. 306 - 317 (Calculating Moles, Molar Mass)









Textbook pages that cover Units 3:


§States of Matter - Chapter 2.1, p. 36-37

§Temperature - Chapter 3.2, p. 78-79

§Kinetic Energy, Kinetic Molecular Theory, Chapter 13.1, p. 420-431

including evaporation, boiling, melting, freezing

§Temperature , Pressure- Chapter 14.1, p. 451-454

§ Condensation, Chapter 17, p.571 - p.572

§Heating Cure For Water, Chapter 17.3, see graph p. 572 & explanations p. 571 –572













Textbook pages that cover Units 2:


§Temperature - Chapter 3.2, p. 78-79

§Kinetic Energy, Kinetic Molecular Theory, Chapter 13.1, p. 420-431

including evaporation, boiling, melting, freezing

§Temperature , Pressure- Chapter 14.1, p. 451-454

§Gasses , Chapter 14.2-14.3, p. 456-461

§Diffusion, Chapter 14, p472


§States of Matter - Chapter 2.1, p. 36-37





Textbook pages that cover Units 1:


Pearson Chemistry- Chapter 3.2, p. 80-82, on page 82: density problems 30 - 35, answers in the back of

book

Textbook References:

Pearson Chemistry- Chapter 1.4, p. 22-31

Pearson Chemistry- Chapter 3.1-3.2, p. 60-77











§PhET Simulations: http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulations/category/chemistry/general