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1 Mrs. JoAnne Pawlowski, B.S., M. Ed Sci, Ed. S Science Teacher, RDHS Chemistry Adjunct Professor, Syracuse University SUPA Forensic Science Chem 113

2  Introduction to Chemistry;  measurements, classification and properties  Atomic Structure;  Subatomic structures, ionization, nuclear reactions  Electron Configurations;  Light, Bohr models, electron configurations  Periodic Table and Periodic Laws;  Development of, element classification, octet rule, Periodic trends  Chemical Bonding, States of Matter and Intermolecular Forces;  Ionic/ covalent bonds, states of matter, intermolecular forces

3  Chemical Reactions and Equations;  Law of conservation of mass, types of reactions, oxid/redux reactions, the mole, stoichiometry, heat energy and reactions  Gases; gas laws  Solutions;  Concentration, acids and bases, neutralization  Chemical Equilibrium and Kinetics;  Dynamic balance, reaction rates

4  Students are required to study safety contract rules  Receive/earn a lab license  Practice safety in chemistry lab with glassware and chemicals  Textbook Chemistry, by Glencoe  Numerous resources on line

5  Extra help Tues and Thurs after school and at lunch  me anytime for updates or questions  Check out my wires site (JoAnne Pawlowski) for information on ‘Week at a Glance’  Upcoming assessments and lab due dates  Grades: 60% tests, 20% labs, 20% quiz

6 Mrs. JoAnne Pawlowski, B.S., M. Ed Sci, Ed. S Science Teacher, RDHS Chemistry Adjunct Professor, Syracuse University SUPA Forensic Science Chem 113

7  Historical figures/contributions  Legal precedents of Frye vs. United States and Daubert vs. Merrill Dow Pharmaceutical  (cases that define admissibility of evidence)  Crime scene and crime lab organization

8  Fingerprints, hair, fiber, DNA, blood spatter, glass, document examination, chromatography, index of refraction, anthropology, ballistics and firearms and more!

9  Bergen County Crime Lab BCI in Hackensack  FBI, Bergen County officers, medical examiner and…

10  Syracuse registration online  Syracuse will bill you directly  $440 for 4 credits  Students have access to media resources  Most schools will accept-portfolio-advocate  NO DIFFERENCE in student requirements at RDHS  Submit signed registration form to me ASAP

11  anytime  See School Wires site (new eboard)  Mrs. Pawlowski's wires site Mrs. Pawlowski's wires site  Extra Help; Tues and Thurs pm or lunch  Grades: 60% tests  25% labs  15% quizzes and other


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