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Grade 11 Chemistry:

Unit 0 – Basic mathematical operations used in chemistry

Unit 0.1 – How to determine Significant figures 

Unit 0.2 – Scientific Notation Basics

Unit 0.3 – Adding scientific notation

Unit 0.4 – Multiplying/dividing scientific notation

Unit 0.5 – Using dimensional analysis technique to cancel out units

Unit 1 – Atom basics

Unit 1.1 – Atom basics – protons, electrons and neutrons

Unit 1.2 – Discovery of the proton

Unit 1.3 – Reading the Periodic Table Basics 

Unit 1.4 – Drawing the Bohr Model 

Unit 1.5 – Acid and Bases Basics

Unit 1.6 – Acids and Bases pH Indicators 

Unit 2 – Gases and the Atmosphere

 

Unit 3 – Chemical reactions

Unit 3.1 – What are covalent and ionic bonds? 

Unit 3.2 – Naming covalent bonds

Unit 3.3 – Naming Ionic compounds

Unit 3.4 – Naming ionic compounds with stock system (Roman Numerals)

Unit 3.5 – Naming ionic compounds with polyatomic ions

Unit 3.6 – Law of Conservation of Mass – Why do we need to balance chemical reactions?

Unit 3.7 – Types of Reactions video 1 (5 types without acids and bases) Gr.10

Unit 3.7 – Types of Reactions video 2 (6 types) Gr.11

Unit 3.8 – Limiting Reactants & In Excess 

Unit 3.8a – Limiting Reactant & In Excess Example calculation

Gr.12 Chemistry

 

Unit 7 – Atomic Structure & Molecular orbitals

Unit 7.1 – The discovery of the proton – Rutherford

Unit 7.2 – Writing Electron configurations 

Unit 7.3 – Exploring Periodic trends (Electronegativity, atomic radii, and ionization energy)

Unit 7.4 – Atomic orbitals (What are they? s, p, d, f)

Unit 8 – Equilibrium

Unit 8.1 – Defining dynamic equilibrium

Unit 8.2 – Writing the Law of Mass Action expression (Keq/Kc)

Unit 8.3 – Calculating Keq with initial concentrations example 1

Unit 8.3 – Calculating Keq with initial concentrations example 2

Unit 8.3 – Calculating Keq with initial concentrations with algebra example 3

Unit 8.4 – Comparing Reaction quotient to Keq

Unit 8.4 – Graphical analysis with Reaction quotient (Q) to Keq 

Unit 8.5 – Ksp Solubility Product – What is it and examples

Unit 8.6 – Predicting if precipitates will form (Ksp)

Unit 8.7 – Common Ion Problems 

  Unit 9 – Aqueous Solutions

Unit 9.1 – Assigning oxidation numbers

Unit 9.2 – Identifying redox reactions and reducing and oxidizing agents.

Unit 9.3 – Balancing with oxidation number method

Unit 10 – Electrochemistry

Unit 11 – Acids and bases

Unit 12 – Kinetics

Unit 12.1 – What is Rate Law?

Unit 12.2 – Rate law sample questions

Unit 12.3 – Potential energy curve

Unit 12.4 – Reaction Mechanism and Rate determining step