Introduction to Chemistry.
Study the different areas of chemistry.
Identify how chemistry affects various industries.
Review the steps of the scientific method.
Examine the measurement system that all scientists use.
Measure, convert, and calculate accurately to solve chemistry problems.
An Overview of Matter and Change
Examine the basic types of matter and the factors that may alter it.
Learn how to classify matter.
Review the chemical naming system of elements.
Describe the physical and chemical properties of different substances.
Analyze chemical and physical changes of matter.
You will further explore some of these concepts later in the course.
Atoms and Elements
Study the composition of atoms and elements.
Examine various historic models of the atom.
Write an electron configuration for an atom.
Compare atoms of different elements
Learn how an atom becomes an ion.
Review how elements are organized in the periodic table and analyze trends in the table.
Learn how different types of chemical bonding occur.
Examine how atoms become charged ions.
Compare ionic, metallic, and covalent bonds.
Model how atoms combine.
Describe the properties of different types of compounds.
Evaluate the strength of bonds.
Chemical Formulas and Reactions
Apply rules for naming and writing chemical formulas
Compare and interpret empirical and molecular formulas.
Predict the products of different types of reactions.
Convert one quantity of a substance, such as mass or volume, to another, such as moles or number of particles.
Calculate percent composition of a compound.
Analyze chemical equations in terms of moles, particles, mass, and volume.
Calculate the maximum amount of product that reaction can produce.
Final Review and Exam
Prepare for and take the final exam.
Organize your notes and answers to questions in your Science journal before you begin to review.
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