**Homework Assignment Postings for 2014-2015**

**Detailed homework assignments and due dates are posted here. If you need a specific document, use the menus above. You may also click on highlighted text. The most current assignments are posted at the top.**

**Assignment 20- Posted Monday, Feb. 23.**

- Some practice problems of solubility equilibria from your text. Page 766... #'s 19b, 20a, 21a, 22b, 23, 39 and 49.
- Test objectives are posted as usual on the unit summary page

**Test Date Posted. Test on Equilibrium is Tuesday, March 3. (Backed up to March 5)**

(Textbook reference is chapter 13, 14 and 16)

**Assignment 19- Posted Wednesday, Jan 28.**

- New unit-Chemical equilibrium (Zumdahl Chapter 13). You should look through it.
- I also recommend the Crash Course video on equilibrium that is linked on on the unit resource page.

**Test Date Posted. Test on Kinetics is Monday, Jan. 26**

(Textbook reference is chapter 12)

**Assignment 18- Due Thursday, Jan. 22**

- Read pages 562-565.
- Complete handout on energy diagrams from chem 30 website (handed out in class)
- Watch the assigned educanon video on Catalysts.

**Assignment 17- Due Thursday, Jan. 15**

- Complete problems 33-35 on page 580 on integrated rate laws (requires graphing with excel, or TI-graphing Calculator with knowledge of scatter plot and regression analysis).
- Watch the assigned educanon video on Elementary Reactions.

**Assignment 16- (first assignment of term 2) Due Wednesday, Jan. 7**

- Log in to educanon and watch the simple video on reaction rates. This is intended to help you review the very basics or reaction rates. You will also be required to watch the video on Rate Laws for Friday's class. You should also look over the Unit 4 web page and familiarize yourself with the resources posted.
**Also due Friday**, complete the problems from the textbook that were assigned Wednesday... page 580 #'s, 21, 23, 27 and 29.- Textbook reference for Kinetics- Chapter 12

**Assignment 15 Posted (final assessment info)**

- You have successfully conducted an experiment involving investigating factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction- specifically, the iodine clock reaction. Your final task is to produce your very best lab report for this experiment. This will be due at the end of class during finals week. See the lab report resources section for expectations and assistance. Click here for the updated lab report writing rubric.

**Test Date Posted. Test on Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics is Friday, Nov. 21**

(Textbook reference is chapter 6 and 17)

**Assignment 14 Posted Monday, Nov. 17 (due next class)**

- Complete the practice test prior to class on Wednesday so we can go over the problems and discuss as a review for the test.

**Assignment 13 Posted Sunday, Nov. 9 (due next class)**

- Log in to eduCanon and watch the assigned video- Enthalpy prior to class on Tuesday.

**Assignment 12 Posted Tuesday, Nov. 4 (for the record)**

- Complete the Google doc version of the lab report for the enthalpy of a cold pack lab. Submit one doc per lab team. Final reports due by Friday.

**Assignment 11 Posted Thursday, Oct. 30 (due next class)**

- Complete the problem sheet Thermochemical Equations I handed out last class.
- When your team has finished the Cold Pack Lab you need to share the Google doc lab report with me.

**Assignment 10 Posted Friday, Oct. 24 (due next class)**

- Log in to eduCanon and watch the assigned video- Enthalpy prior to class on Tuesday.

**Assignment 9 Posted Tuesday, Oct. 21 (due next class)**

- Complete the Heating Curve of Water Challenge Problem.
- Please bring your laptop to class on Thursday to wok on the calorimetry simulation lab.
- Need a refresher on calorimetry? Watch the crash course video available on the unit summary page.

**Assignment 8 Posted Friday, Oct. 17 (due next class)**

- Complete problems 27-35 on page 276. Refer to chapter 6 of your text and the Thermodynamics powerpoint on the Unit 6 summary page. NOTE: this assignment was started in class on Friday.

**Assignment 7 Posted Monday, Oct. 13 (due next class)**

- Get a jump start on the next unit-Thermodynamics and Thermochemistry. Go to the unit summary page and check out the notes and assignments. Also, blow the dust off of your textbook and start looking at chapter 6.

**Test Date Posted. Test on Gas Laws and Behavior of Gases is Tuesday, Oct. 7**

(Textbook reference is chapter 5)

**Assignment 6 Posted Tuesday, Sept. 23 (due Monday, Sept. 29)**

- Watch the Crash Course chemistry video #16. Link is on the unit summary page.
- Complete ideal gas law problem set (answer key is available on the unit summary page)

**Assignment 5 Posted Friday, Sept. 13 (due Tuesday, Sept. 16)**

- Complete the Gas Law problems worksheet handed out in class on Friday. (not available on website)
- View gas law video on eduCanon website by Tuesday. This is a good intro/review of gas laws.
- Silver Alloy lab report due (via shared Google docs) on or before Monday, Sept. 22

**Assignment 4 Posted Tuesday, Sept. 2 (due Thursday, Sept. 4)**

- Complete the Gravimetric Analysis Practice Problem Set 2
- Silver Alloy lab report due (via shared Google docs) on or before Monday, Sept. 22

**Test Date Posted. Test on gravimetric analysis concept, technique and problem types is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 8**

**Assignment 3 Posted Tuesday, Aug. 19 (due Thursday, Aug. 21)**

Log into the eduCanon website (as done in class) and watch the Gravimetric Analysis video. You will need to print out the sample problem to complete as you view the video. Instructions for signing up for eduCanon are available on this website... see the pull down menu at the top of this page.

**Assignment 2 Posted Tuesday, Aug. 19 (due on or before Monday, Aug. 25)**

Advanced Chem Review Assignment (part 2)

Chapter 3

- Balancing Equations Exercise 94
- Reaction stoichiometry Exercises 100 and 114

Chapter 4

- Aqueous solutions- strong electrolytes and molarity Exercises 26, 27a, 27 b, and 38
- Acid Base reactions Exercises 67a, 67b, and 74

**Assignment 1 Posted Thursday, Aug. 13 (due Tuesday, August 19)**

Complete the following problems from the textbook. Follow the guidelines in the homework policy.

Advanced Chem Review Assignment (part 1)

Chapter 1

- Significant figures and unit conversions Exercises 32, 36 and 40
- Density Exercises 60 and 64

Chapter 2

- Atoms, isotopes and ions Exercises 54 and 62
- Compound names and formulas Exercises 66, 70 and 72

Chapter 3

- Mole Calculations and molar mass Exercises 42, 44, 48, 60 and 62