Chemistry 12

In Chemistry 12, the course continues where chemistry 11 left off and ventures into a more theoretical look of chemistry. The quantitative skills learned from chemistry 11 is heavily needed as all of the units in gr.12 chemistry require such skills. It is imperative that you know how to 1) name compounds/molecules 2) properly read the periodic table and its characteristics 3) conduct molar conversions 4) use stoichiometry when necessary.  In addition to the 4 skills above, students now are required to relate the various units together to ensure a strong understanding in chemistry.  One misconception is for students to memorize the question types, and memorize the steps in calculating for the answer. This could work but will not fully provide a strong understanding of the concepts.  DO NOT MEMORIZE – CONCEPTUALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT IS GOING ON AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL!

There are 6 units in chemistry 12.  Although the units appear to be very different in nature, concepts between units can be related.

The units found in gr.12 chemistry are as follows:

  1. Aqueous solutions with redox reactions
  2. Atomic structure (usually taught first) – conceptual and theoretical look into the atom
  3. Kinetics – what makes a reaction go fast? How do we calculate it?
  4. Equilibrium – what happens when a reaction goes into completion? what is equilibrium and what can we get from it?
  5. Acids & Bases – what makes a chemical an acid/base? How do we calculate pH?
  6. Electrochemistry – relates redox reaction into electrochemistry.

A typical rubric is as follows:

30% for Final Exam

70% for in class work

  • 40% / 70% is on quizzes and tests
  • 15% / 70% is on assignments/projects
  • 15% / 70% is on lab work/homework – at least 1 formal lab report

Notes:

Aqueous Solutions – Notes 1 – Notes 1 Basic definition for solutions

Aqueous solutions – notes 2 – Neutralization definition and reaction

Aqueous solutions – notes 3 – qualitative – Qualitative analysis notes

Aqueous solutions notes 4 – redox – Redox reaction notes

Aqueous solutions oxidizing reagents notes – Oxidizing reagents notes

Aqueous solutions – balancing redox reaction notes – Balancing redox reaction notes

 Handout steps in balancing redox notes  – Balancing hand out notes

Worksheets:

Worksheet 1: Dissolving solid in solution: Intro Worksheet 

Worksheet 2: Dissolving solid in solution #2: 2aqueousrxns Worksheet

Worksheet 3: Predicting precipitates 3: 3predictingpptWS

Worksheet 4: Making Precipitates 4: 4makingpptWS

Worksheet 5: Writing ionic equations and net ionic equations: 5writingneteqnsWS

Worksheet 6: Identifying an unknown qualitative analysis: 6identifyingunknownWS

Worksheet 7: Calculating neutralization reacions: 7bneutralstoichrxn

Worksheet 8: Determining oxidation numbers: 8oxidationnumbers

Worksheet 9: Assigning oxidation numbers and balancing: 9oxidationrxn

Worksheet 10: Balancing with oxidation numbers and half reaction method: 10balancinghalfrxn

Worksheet 11: Balacing in acidic and basic solutions: 11balancinghalfrxn

Additional Worksheets:

Balance each redox reaction in acid solution using the half reaction method

Balancing Redox Reactions Worksheet key

Balancing Redox Reactions Worksheet

Balancing Redox Reactions

recognizing redox rxn

Review:

unit-1 – Unit 1 Checklist

unit-review – Unit Review

test-key – Test review key

Labs & Demos:

  1. Solubility rules – Identifying precipitates
  2. 1labobserve-the-oxidation-states-of-manganese
  3. Identifying unknown solutions (Lead up to the Big lab)
  4. Titrations
  5. Test tube mystery lab activity (Big lab)
  6. Research on practical uses of Redox reactions
  7. Oxidation of sucrose in Gummy bears
  8. Blue bottle (oxidation change of glucose)
  9. Potassium permanganate and glycerin (will produce fire)
  10. Fun with Glowsticks! – Oxidation states of luminol

 

 

Notes:

Atomic Structure Notes 1: notes1

Atomic Structure Notes 2: notes2

1electron-configurations – Electron Configuration Notes

Atomic Structure Notes 3: notes3

Periodic Trends In class notes: Periodic trends notes

Quantum Mechanical Model Notes Summary: Quantum Mechanical model Summary

Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT: Unit 1 student notes

Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT 2: studentnotes2

Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT 3: studentnotes3

Worksheets:

Research Assignment on Line Spectra Application:  1Applications of the line spectra research assignment

Quantum Mechanics assignment 1: atomic-structure-unit-quantum-mechanics 1

Historical Timeline assignment on the development of the quantum model: 2historical context of quantum model

Electron Configuration Worksheet: 3electron config worksheet

Ionization energy worksheet – 4Ionization Energy Worksheet

Ionization energy worksheet KEY – 4ionization-energy-exercise-key

Electron Configuration worksheet – 5 Electron Configuration Worksheet 

Building spectroscope add on assignment – Building spectroscope extra assignment

Unit Checklist – Checklist atomic structure

Additional electron configuration worksheet – Electron configuration worksheet

Nature of Light Worksheet – Nature of Light waves and frequency worksheet 

Unit Concept Map – unit-1-atomic-structure-concept map

Review:

Unit Review – Unit review

Notes:

 

Worksheets:

Review:

Notes:

Worksheets:

Unit workbook: Unit Workbook

Review:

Unit Review: equilibrium-review

Unit Review with aqueous: unit-2-review

Notes:

Worksheets:

Review:

  • Unit Acids and Bases: Review

Notes:

  • Notes 1 – Intro to electrochem looking at spontaneous vs non spontaneous reactions: notes1
  • Notes 2 – Voltaic cells: notes 2
  • Notes 3 – Electrolytic cells: notes 3
  • Notes 4 Electrolytic cells in brine solution – notes 4

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Review:

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