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Chemistry II (AP) 520
Unit 1 Aqueous reactions & solution stoichiometry
How do the properties of solutions differ from those of pure substances?
Why are net ionic equations the best way of indicating a reaction?
How can titration data be used to analyze solutions?
What determines whether an acid or base is strong or weak?
net ionic equations
identifying strong and weak acids and bases
1. classify various substances as strong, weak or nonelectrolytes
2. write and balance dissociation equations for all electrolytes
3. determine the solubility of ionic compounds using solubility guideline
4. use solubility guideline to determine the reactants needed to produce a specific product in an precipitation reaction
5. write net ionic equations to describe reactions
6. calculate molarity of a solution given mass of solute and volume.
7. determine mass of solute in a given volume from molarity
8. apply stoichiometry to solution reactions
9. correctly and safely complete a titration in the lab
10. analyze titration data to determine the unknown concentration of a solution
11. correctly name acids
12. categorize an acid or base as strong or weak
Demo: electrical conductivity apparatus with weak, strong and nonelectrolytes
Determine the per cent hypochlorite in a commercial bleach
Practice writing exchange reactions and net ionic equations
Calculations involving molarity problems
Practice naming and categorizing acids and bases
ability to analyze and interprete data
Chemistry the Central Science by Brown, et al
Laboratory Experiments for Advanced Placement Chemistry by Vonderbrink available from Flinn Scientific