Ppt on carbon and its compounds worksheet

Unit 6: The Mole 6.02 X 10 23 Mr. Blake Review: Atomic Masses  Elements occur in nature as mixtures of isotopes.  Carbon =98.89% 12 C (6 p+, 6 n) 1.11%

1.Which of the following substances has more molecules/compounds present? Be sure to show all calculations and work. 242.38g Heptanitrogen pentoxide 85.56g Aluminum arsenate 154.28g hydrogen perioxide 2.How much would 1000 atoms of magnesium weigh in grams? 3.Determine the % composition of barium perchlorate. Assignments to Check/Review % Composition Worksheet answers Chemistry WS II: % Comp & Empirical Formulas Practice/


Objectives: 1. I can classify matter into substances and mixtures. 2. I can identify and distinguish between physical and chemical properties. 3. I can.

chemical and physical changes. Homework: Identify properties/changes of matter worksheet Bell Ringer: Classify Matter 1. Classify each of the following examples as: element, compound, hetero mix, or homo mix a. corn starch (C 27 H 48 O 20 ) b. calcium carbonate solution/ matter of different temperatures. Unit for Energy: Joules (J) or calories (cal) Energy is NOT matter because it does not have mass or volume. How does heat energy flow between objects of different temperatures? Heat Energy Flow Energy/


HW # 50- Complete Compounds in Bacteria and Mammals worksheet. Revise your Essay. Warm up -What is a compound? How is it different from an element? Week.

HW # 50- Complete Compounds in Bacteria and Mammals worksheet. Revise your Essay. Warm up -What is a compound? How is it different from an element? Week 16, Day One Warm up Response -Element- pure substance with only 1 type of atom (gold, iron, oxygen) -Compound- a group of atoms consisting of different elements (H 2 O, CO 2 ) -Molecule- electrically neutral compound Homework Response/Check D Compounds Worksheet (using your/


Today is Wednesday, October 28 th, 2015 Pre-Class: Find the worksheet that has that problem we skipped (#6) – it’s called Covalent Bonding Worksheet (lots.

the name of this compound? HF – Hydrofluoric acid. Review Question 27 BONUS NON-CHEMISTRY QUESTION You may wager any/all of your points. Category: Literature Who wrote the Sherlock Holmes series? (Note: You can receive credit with only a last name) – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Review Question 28 Is the bond between carbon and oxygen a polar covalent bond? Carbon Electronegativity: 2.5 Oxygen/


Objectives: 1. I can classify matter into substances and mixtures. 2. I can identify and distinguish between physical and chemical properties. 3. I can.

chemical and physical changes. Homework: Identify properties/changes of matter worksheet Bell Ringer: Classify Matter 1. Classify each of the following examples as: element, compound, hetero mix, or homo mix a. corn starch (C 27 H 48 O 20 ) b. calcium carbonate solution/ matter of different temperatures. Unit for Energy: Joules (J) or calories (cal) Energy is NOT matter because it does not have mass or volume. How does heat energy flow between objects of different temperatures? Heat Energy Flow Energy/


Chemistry 30 Unit C Organic Chemistry Chapter 9 and 10.

CH 2 – CH 2 - CH – CH 2 - CH 3 I CH 3 Alkanes Worksheet Alkanes worksheet Alkanes Worksheet Structural Isomers Consider the following two molecules: CH 3 - CH 2 - CH 2 - CH 3 and CH 3 - CH - CH 3 I CH 3 This is butane This is methylpropane Both have/. However, it is possible for the two ends of a carbon chain to become attached to form a ring structure called a cyclic compound (hydrocarbon). These ring structures contain between 3 and 30 carbons when found in nature. The most common are 5 and 6 membered /


Gold silver helium oxygen mercury hydrogen sodium nitrogen niobium neodymium chlori ne carbon.

valence electrons. This family includes a non- metal (carbon), metalloids, and metals. The element carbon is called the “basis of life.” There is an entire branch of chemistry devoted to carbon compounds called ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Carbon Family Elements in group 14 Contains elements important to life and computers. Carbon is the basis for an entire branch of chemistry. Silicon and Germanium are important semiconductors. Periodic Table Packet page The/


Organic Chemistry. What is it? Study of compounds involving carbonCarbon has the ability to make chains and rings with itself –Thousands of compounds.

carbons and hydrogens CH 3 COCH 2 CH 2 OH Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 3 H 8 Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 5 H 8 O 2 Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 4 H 6 Homework Organic Worksheet #1 Alkanes Straight chain organic compounds containing only C, H, and sometimes halogens All carbons/ two puckered conformations Chair and boat conformations Chair Conformation Named because it looks like a chair /


Lab Table 1: Section 6-1 and 6-2 Problem Set Complete Section 6.1 and Section 6.2 Practice Problems. Complete Section 6.2 Section Review Worksheet You.

a list of 5 molecular compounds. 3. Select 1 compound from your list of 10. Write a 5- sentence paragraph about this compound. Make sure you tell the reader what the compound is and what it is used for! Lab Table 2: Chapter 6, Section 3 – Naming Ions On the worksheet in Lab Station 1 – /the following molecular compounds: CCl 4 N 2 O 4 NCl 3 NI 3 P 4 O 10 Cl 2 O SO 2 N 2 O 5 I 4 O 9 Write formulae for: a. carbon dioxide; b. carbon monoxide c. diatomic oxygen; d. diatomic nitrogen Lab Table 5 and 6: Flame/


Today is Friday (!), March 13 th, 2015 Pre-Class: Can you name these compounds? H 2 O CO 2 NaCl HCl Today you will need your periodic tables that show.

Carbon dioxide And what’s the name of this compound? CO – Hint: It’s toxic but odorless and colorless. – Double Hint: You probably own a detector for it. – Triple Hint: It’s not smoke. – Carbon monoxide. What’s up with that? Why isn’t itcarbon oxide?” – Hint: Location on the table? – Double Hint: Metal or nonmetal? Extra Practice For extra practice, turn your Nomenclature Practice Sheet worksheets face down and try/


Unit 3 – Chemical Reactions Part 2. Chemical changes involve breaking old bonds and forming new chemical bonds During a chemical reaction, the atoms are.

with chlorine gas Ex 3. carbon reacts with sulfur to produce carbon disulfide. Note: You will only be told the product when it is a molecular compound. In the case of ionic compounds you will have to determine /Worksheet #10 Involves the replacement of an element in one compound by another element in another compound. AB + CD → AD + CB Switch the first element in each compound. Remember that opposite charges attract, i.e. you need a positive and a negatively charge element/polyatomic ion to form a compound/


Percent Composition, Empirical and Molecular Formulas.

in 1 mole x 100 by mass molar mass of compound Let’s try some 1. What is the percent composition by mass of carbon in carbon dioxide (CO2)? C = 12.011 x 1 atom /and molecular formulas for naphthalene. Pulling it all together 3. Succinic acid is a substance produced by lichens. Chemical analysis indicates it is composed of 40.68% carbon, 5.08% hydrogen, and 54.24% oxygen and has a molar mass of 118.1 g/mol. Determine the empirical and molecular formulas for succinic acid. STOP Work on completing worksheet/


TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS Unit 6 AP CHEMISTRY. AIM: Precipitate Reactions DO NOW: 1. Take out the worksheet on predicting the reactions (from before.

is burned in excess oxygen Gaseous diborane B2H6 is burned in excess oxygen Complex Ion Reactions Complex ion- the combination of a central metal ion and its ligands Ligand- group bonded to a metal ion Coordination compound- a neutral compound containing complex ions [Co(NH3)6]Cl3 (NH3 is the ligand, [Co(NH3)6]3+ is the complex ion) Complex Ion Reactions Example Concentrated/


Martha Muir Mill Springs Academy Alpharetta, GA. This lesson will guide students through a simulation of some of the steps and challenges in isolating.

should work through the lab before the students attempt it to become familiar with the procedure and results. Pre-Activity Assessment Students will complete the worksheet that guides the reading the first five pages of the/and check to see whether gas bubbles are produced. The evolution of carbon dioxide gas positively identifies natron. The remaining solid must be the caustic soda. Put the names of these two compounds in the appropriate boxes on the identification chart. Drain and rinse those tubes and/


Chapter 2 Elements & Compounds. 2.1 Models of Matter: The Particle Theory 2000 years ago a philosopher named Democritus suggested that matter was made.

atoms in one molecule of Aspirin How many atoms, of each element, are required to construct the molecule? 9 Carbon, 8 Hydrogen and 4 Oxygen atoms are required to construct one molecule of Aspirin. An Example C 9 H 8 O 4 or Aspirin/by drawing the metal first and it’s hooks, then attach the nonmetal element to it –Using these examples and info. in your notes and text, do the following questions –3 & 4 p. 65 Assignment Do “Naming Ionic Compoundsworksheet (it’s in the shared file and notes are provided on the/


Chapter 9 Cell Processes. I.Chemistry of Life A. The Nature of Matter -Everything in your environment is made up of matter – anything that has mass and.

compound – occur when ions of opposite charges attract to one another to form electrically neutral compounds 4. Mixture – combination of substances in which individual substances retain their own properties B. Organic Compounds 1. Organic Compoundscompounds that always contain hydrogen and carbon and/worksheet B. Active Transport -Active Transport – when an input of energy is required to move materials through a cell membrane 1. Endocytocis – the process of taking a substance into a cell by surrounding it/


Today is Tuesday, September 29 th, 2015 Pre-Class: – Aldopentose is what kind of molecule? Carbohydrate Lipid Protein Nucleic Acid Also, take a worksheet.

, please do know what a phosphodiester bond links. End of Nucleic Acids Take a look at your “Name That Carbon Compound!” worksheets. – Finish it! Exclusion Brainstorming Another round of “which one of these things is not like the other…” Talk to your partners! Use the whiteboards and your notebooks. – Avoid doodling. Exclusion Brainstorming Example 1: – Sucrose, fructose, glucose, galactose Answer: Sucrose – not a monosaccharide. Example/


DO NOW Hand in your outlines and get with your partner to begin lab.

the chemistry of life. To explain a dehydration synthesis reaction and how it is used to construct polymers. CARBON Lets draw a molecule of carbon! What is so special about it? Carbon has 4 valence electrons and therefore can form 4 covalent bonds, allowing branching in 4 directions! Any molecule containing carbon= ORGANIC COMPOUND HYDROCARBONS Compounds composed of only hydrogen and carbon. The structure effects the properties of the molecule Hydrocarbons are/


Warm up10-22-15 1.Name the following compounds: CaCl 2 S 2 F 5 2. Write the chemical formula for these compounds Potassium sulfide Diphosphorus tetrachloride.

N 4.Fe 3 N 2 Nomenclature: Ionic Compounds Polyatomic Ions (NH 4 ) + Ammonium(NH 3 ) Ammonia (OH) - Hydroxide (CO 3 ) -2 Carbonate (NO 3 ) - Nitrate(NO 2 ) /electrons Show the number of bond in the covalent compound (In ionic bonds, it was decided with charges) G. N. Lewis 1875/worksheet, try these elements on your own: a)H b)P c)Ca d)Ar e)Cl f)Al Bond Formation A bond can result from an overlap of atomic orbitals on neighboring atoms. Cl HH + Note that each atom has a single, unpaired electron. H Cl Bond and/


C: 4 January 2012  Grab a calculator and find your new seat.  Objective: You will be able to:  convert between number of atoms/molecules, moles and.

and paperclip them together, with your tracking sheet on top.  Leave this pile on your desk for stamps.  Then, after the quiz, put it/completely from the original compounds and then relink them to form the new compound.  Unlink all paperclips and return to bag when/does a combustion reaction require? 1. Heat 2. Oxygen 3. Carbon dioxide 4. Love 5. Gasoline Which type of reaction? 1/ Homework  Week 19 Homework: tomorrow  “Unlock the Code” worksheet (optional)  Start the Midterm Review packet (optional) A: /


Quiz: Feb 3, 2005 Write the names and formulas for the ionic compounds formed by these ions: 1.calcium and oxide 2.magnesium and sulfide 3.Al 3+ and P.

3 2- Cl 1- OH 1- S 2- I 1- PO 4 3- I 1- K+O H O H Be Balancing formulas from Worksheet Questions 1.Na 1+ 2.K 1+ 3.Mg 2+ 4.Be 2+ 5.Sr 2+ 6.Cu 1+ 7.Zn 2+ 8.Ca /chloride CH 4 methane, is an exception because it is an ORGANIC compound. Naming Organic Compounds Organic compounds have one or more carbons, surrounded with hydrogens. They may have double or triple bonds, and may include oxygen, or other atoms. They are named by counting the “carbon backbone” and applying a prefix “Functional Groups” provide the rest/


On Target? Do this on your Warm Up worksheet! PLEASE put today’s date (2/8/16) in the top box on your warm-up! What does the word “relative” in the phrases.

Up worksheet! PLEASE put today’s date (2/8/16) in the top box on your warm-up! What does the word “relative” in the phrases “relative hardness,” “relative melting point,” and /Chemical Formulas! Substance Chemical Formula Aspirin C 9 H 8 O 4 Calcium Carbonate CaCO 3 Calcium Chloride CaCl 2 Calcium Acetate C 4 H 6 CaO 4/Categories of Compounds On your whiteboard: Categorize (group by similarities) all tested compounds and make a chart that includes: 1.Name of category 2.List of compounds that belong in it 3./


Assignment *WE ARE ONLY ATTACHING THE STUFF IN WHITE TODAY* Page Number Empirical and Molecular Formulas Notes67-70 Calculating Percent Composition Example71.

9 & 10) on page 79 Molecular Formula To determine the molecular formula for a compound, the molar mass of the compound must be determined through experimentation and compared with the mass represented by the empirical formula. A molecular formula can be represented / a substance produced by lichens. Chemical analysis indicates it is composed of 40.68% carbon, 5.08% hydrogen, and 54.24% oxygen and has a molar mass of 118 g/mol. Determine the empirical and molecular formulas for succinic acid. Step 1: Assume/


WRITE THIS ON THE BACK OF YOUR WORKSHEET Directions: Name these compounds. List if they are either ionic or covalent. 1. PBr 3 2. Na 2 SO 4 3. CF 4 Directions:

BACK OF YOUR WORKSHEET Directions: Name these compounds. List if they are either ionic or covalent. 1. PBr 3 2. Na 2 SO 4 3. CF 4 Directions: Write the formula for the following compounds. 1. carbon monoxide 2. sulfur dichloride 3. diboron dihydride Naming Compounds as Ionic or Covalent Ionic and Covalent Bonding If a compound is made from a metal and a nonmetal, its bonding will be/


Air & Oxygen. RAG Sheet & WordBank Red Amber Green (No idea) (Some clue) (Know it)

to catalyst – Oxygen produced is collected over water as it is only slightly soluble Properties of oxygen (MP) Oxygen is neutral No change in colour of red litmus or blue litmus paper Oxygen relights a glowing split Practical worksheet Properties of oxygen (MP) Burning carbon in oxygen Another name for burning is combustion Rxn: Carbon + oxygen  carbon dioxide C + O 2  CO 2 Limewater turns/


Aim: How to determine the mass of a mole of an element and of a compound  DO Now: 1.With a partner, complete the worksheet from Friday. 2.If you have.

Aim: How to determine the mass of a mole of an element and of a compound  DO Now: 1.With a partner, complete the worksheet from Friday. 2.If you have finished define or explain the following: 1.Converting from number of particles to number of moles/mass of an element expressed in grams  Ex: The molar mass for carbon is 12.0 g. In other words, 1 moles of carbon has a mass of 12.0 g.  The mass of a mole (1 mole) of any substance is called its molar mass.  Molar mass is the atomic mass of an element /


Counting Atoms and Balancing Chemical Equations

and oxygen bond they make the compound water. When salt and water are combined, a mixture is created. Compounds in mixtures retain their individual properties. The ocean is a mixture. Elements, compounds, and mixtures Elements are pure substances. When the subatomic particles of an element are separated from its atom, it/"H"? ___________ How many "Hs" do you have? _____ Warm Up Things to do: Take out Worksheet from Yesterday #1-5 What are you learning today? Wednesday, October 20 Go Rangers!! pap Objective: /


Section 1 Introduction to Chemical Bonding Section 2 Covalent Bonding and Molecular Compounds Section 3 Ionic Bonding and Ionic Compounds Section 4 Metallic.

found in molecules containing carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen. A double bond/worksheet: ..word documents for powerpointschapter 6ch.6 worksheet lewis structures.docx..word documents for powerpointschapter 6ch.6 worksheet lewis structures.docx  Compare a chemical formula for a molecular compounds with one for an ionic compound.  Discuss the arrangements of ions in crystals.  Define lattice energy and explain its significance.  List and compare the distinctive properties of ionic and molecular compounds/


Periodic Table of Elements Periodic Table Song. Elements Science has come along way since Aristotle’s theory of Air, Water, Fire, and Earth. Scientists.

Lewis Structure Worksheet Hydrogen The hydrogen square sits atop Family 1, but it is not a member of that family. Hydrogen is in a class of its own. It’s a gas at room temperature. It has one proton and one electron in its one and only / (aluminum). Carbon Family Atoms of this family have 4 valence electrons. This family includes a non-metal (carbon), metalloids, and metals. The element carbon is called the “basis of life.” There is an entire branch of chemistry devoted to carbon compounds called organic /


5-20-15 Get the notes packet from the front. Get out your “nomenclature” worksheet Not the right attitude!!!

worksheet Not the right attitude!!! Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall CARBON IS FOUND IN ALL LIVING ORGANISMS. CARBON ATOMS CAN BOND WITH HYDROGEN, OXYGEN, NITROGEN, SULFUR, AND PHOSPHORUS TO FORM ORGANIC COMPOUNDS. ORGANIC COMPOUNDS ARE THE BUILDING BLOCKS FOR ORGANISMS AND THE MAJOR SOURCE OF THEIR CHEMICAL ENERGY. CARBON COMPOUNDS = ORGANIC COMPOUNDS! ORGANIC COMPOUNDS CARBON-BASED COMPOUNDS INCLUDE: SIMPLE HYDROCARBONS (MADE OF H AND C) SMALL CARBON/ (IT IS ALSO CALLED A POLYPEPTIDE BECAUSE IT CONTAINS/


 Write formulas and names for ionic, polyatomic and covalent compounds using IUPAC nomenclature.  Write and classify balanced chemical equations from.

Worksheet* Example: Write the name for CO 2. Step 1: Name the first atom with prefixes. Step 2: Name the second element using prefixes and end in "-ide". Step 3: Write the name of the compound writing the substance found more to the left on the periodic table first. Naming Covalent Compounds There is only 1 carbon/ mass shown for each element on a periodic table is rarely a whole number. This is because it is actually an average mass of all isotopes of that element. How to Calculate Average Atomic Mass /


1st Day: Warm Up (IN) Warm ups are done individually and quietly in your desk. Warm up time is usually 5-7 minutes and is a time for you to get prepared.

the following compounds. Draw a picture if you need to but the charges must be equal. 1.Ba and PO 4 2. Al and OH 3. NH 4 and SO 4 4. Na and CO 3 Come up and show me your answer to get it checked off. This is to be done individually Out- Reflection Update score sheet Homework- Correct and resubmit double replacement reactions worksheet Through- Classwork/


Cell Unit Cell Structures and Processes. Cell Processes & Structure 9/17/2015  Learning Target:To understand how and why the cell is the basic unit of.

different modes of cell transport Success Criteria:Complete Osmosis Worksheet demonstrating your knowledge of tonicity and its effect on diffusion of water and cell viability Complete Transport practice to demonstrate knowledge of the way matter moves into and out of the cell. Complete the Cell Membrane Worksheet demonstrating knowledge of its structure and components DMA:Considering osmosis, what would it mean for parts of the cell membrane to be/


Worksheet from side counter FIND YOUR NEW SEAT.

to keep track of elements and compounds demonstrated in the demo  Work on part 1 of your worksheet ElementCompound  15 minutes to finish practice problems with your neighbor  Go to kahoot.it on your iPad/laptop  How do you find the number of valence electrons an element has by looking at the periodic table?  How many valence electrons in Carbon?  How many valence electrons in/


Chapter 2 Quiz material pp.39-50 Part 4 of 4 Organic Compounds.

2.21 Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Benjamin Cummings Organic compounds Contain carbon Most are covalently bonded Important Organic Compounds 1. Carbohydrates 2. Lipids 3. Proteins 4. Nucleic Acids 5. ATP Important Organic Compounds Slide 2.26 1.Carbohydrates Help fuel your body and keep it functioning properly. Contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen Include sugars and starches Classified according to size Monosaccharides – simple sugars Disaccharides – two simple/


Organic Chemistry. What is it? Study of compounds involving carbonCarbon has the ability to make chains and rings with itself –Thousands of compounds.

carbons and hydrogens CH 3 COCH 2 CH 2 OH Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 3 H 8 Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 5 H 8 O 2 Example – Draw the structural, graphical, and skeletal formula for C 4 H 6 Homework Organic Worksheet #1 Alkanes Straight chain organic compounds containing only C, H, and sometimes halogens All carbons/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Table of Contents Chapter 1 The Science of Chemistry Section 1 What.

is used. Ex. How many hours in 12,894 seconds? Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu FRUIT CONVERSION WORKSHEET Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Units of Measurement When working with numbers, be careful to distinguish between a quantity and its unit. Quantity describes something that has magnitude, size, or amount. Unit is a quantity/


Chemical Bonds  Atoms bond to become stable “happy” – octet rule  When atoms bond they form neutral compounds.  A binary compound is made of 2 elements.

bond they form neutral compounds.  A binary compound is made of 2 elements  Each binary compound has its own chemical formula  A binary chemical formula consists of 2 element symbols and may have subscripts. / working with a partner) Roll the Dice worksheet 2. Using the deck of element cards, make a stack of metals and nonmetals & then turn each stack face down/ The prefix becomes the subscript. Carbon TetrahydrideDisulfur Hexachloride ○ CH 4 S 2 Cl 6 1)Name the following covalent compounds: a)SiF 4 b)N 2/


Unit1: Matter Focus: Atoms, Elements, Compounds Day 24: 10/4/16 If you are re-quizzing, you need a clicker. If you are NOT re-quizzing, you need to get.

Carbon, Hydrogen What Is A 21. Compound? Def. A pure substance that is created by 2 or more different elements chemically reacting and /3 – Water is the Universal Solvent- It dissolves many substances Look at the pictures. Which is the element? Compound? Mixture? WHY?????? Discuss within your group/COMPOUNDS,AND MIXTURES. BE LOOKING OVER YOUR FOLDABLE, LABS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES. 2. “Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures fill- in-the-blank worksheet E.Q. – What are the differences between elements, compounds, and/


IONIC COMPOUNDS: ACIDS AND BASES Chapter 8 - CP. Properties of Acids and Bases – Journal 1 SILENTLY, Read and Highlight the 8.3 and 8.4 part of the Worksheet.

POLAR (negative side and positive side), what types of compounds will it DISSOLVE easily? CHARGED ++ - - http://www.northland.cc.mn.us/biology/Biology1111/animations/di ssolve.html Acids Acids: compounds that produce HYDRONIUM /.Taste Sour 2.React Strongly with Metals and Carbonates (in soil and rocks) 3.Burn skin 4.Conduct electricity in water / Drain cleaner, soap production Strength of Acids and Bases – Journal 3 1.Fill in the “Identifying Acids and Bases” Worksheet. 2.How can you tell how strong/


Introduction to Organic Chemistry Chem-160-Summer-2015

configuration of sulphur is 1s22s22p63s23p4. It has only two unpaired electrons. Its atomic size is larger than that of carbon. So it has a much lower tendency to catenate than carbon. 4/17/2017 Dr Seemal Jelani 21.3 Classification of Organic Compounds (SB p.14) Example 21-3A Identify the functional group(s) in the following compounds: (a) Answer Carbon-carbon double bond ( ) and chloro group (Cl) 4/17/


Go to Section: 2–1The Nature of Matter A.Atoms B.Elements and Isotopes 1.Isotopes 2.Radioactive Isotopes C.Chemical Compounds D.Chemical Bonds 1.Ionic.

solvent because it can dissolve ionic compounds and polar covalent compounds. Ionic and polar covalent compounds are hydrophillic (water loving) Water can not dissolve nonpolar covalent compounds. Nonpolar compounds are hydrophobic /and starches Fats and oilsNucleotidesAmino Acids Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen Carbon,hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus Carbon, hydrogen,oxygen, nitrogen, Go to Section: MethaneAcetyleneButadieneBenzeneIsooctane Section 2-3 Figure 2-11 Carbon Compounds/


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is Organic Chemistry?  The early definition related to compounds obtained only from living things.  Today, it is a major branch of chemistry that deals with compounds of carbon, called ORGANIC compounds*.  *Carbon compounds that are exceptions and considered INORGANIC are compounds like: Oxides carbon monoxide (CO (g) ) and carbon dioxide (CO 2(g) ), and Ionic compounds of carbon-based ions, such as carbonate CO 3 2-, cyanide CN -, and carbide ions, SiC (silicon carbide)  The major source/


Reflection. Agenda:  What You need to have ready  Root Word Sheet  The Four Macromolecules Worksheet  Vocabulary Worksheet  Bellwork – Root word 

Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen atoms arranged in rings #14 A Lipid is a fatty or waxy organic compound that is not soluble in polar solutions (i.e. water) Glucose moving from Straight Line model to Ring Formation to 3D representation The Four Macromolecules Monosaccharides MACRO- MOLECULE MONOMER(S)GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS MAJOR SUBGROUPS, CHARACTERISTICS OF EACH, EXAMPLES Carbohydrates C (carbon) H (Hydrogen) O (oxygen) Monosaccharide It/


Organic Chemistry ! ! !. Alkanes Simplest organic compounds - ane ending Hydrocarbons Compounds made of only hydrogen and carbon atoms Saturated vs. unsaturated.

bond Carbon and hydrogen bonds can form chains, branches, or ring structures Ex. Glucose, amino acid, octane Isomers Chemical compounds with the SAME molecular formula but DIFFERENT structure/arrangement Different compounds Many molecular formulas have several different structural arrangements. Few—assign prefixes Many—use systematic naming system Functional Groups Atom/groups of atoms hanging off a hydrocarbon chain or ring structure Gives chemical compound its unique/


Warm-UpAugust 15, 2013 1. Have name card on desk. 2. Have textbook, binder/notebook, calculator, and signed portion of letter on desk. 3. What is chemistry?

, water, fish, light, garbage, time, motion, the human brain, a feeling, carbon dioxide, air, yourself, an idea, tree, energy. 3. Classify as either a / change? 3. Distinguish mass and weight. 4. Distinguish law and theory. 5. Distinguish elements, molecules, compounds, pure substances, and mixtures. AgendaSeptember 9, 2013 - Go over worksheet homework - More practice with/acid were added to a Rolaids tablet to see whether it really consumes 41 times its actual weight of excess stomach acid. 2. Heat always /


1 Chapter 7 and 8 Chemical Reactions & Acids and Bases.

2  CO 2 + 2H 2 O Products are always carbon dioxide and water!!! Cellular respiration is a combustion reaction. 28 Products of Reactions Precipitate insoluble compound formed during a double replacement reaction. Hydrate chemical compound that has water molecules attached to it. Chemical Reactions Activity http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=t/ 2 S 2.Mg(OH) 2 3.NH 4 Cl 4.CaCO 3 5.Ba 3 N 2 6.K 3 PO 4 57 Balancing Equations Worksheet 3. SR 4. SR 5. D6. S 7. D8. S9. S10. SR 11. S 12. S 13. Combustion or D 14./


Naming Polyatomic Ions. Warm Up WORKSHEET #2 OUT! 1. Write the name for S 7 O 3 2. Write the name for NaCl. EQ: How do we write the names and symbols.

are some common polyatomic ions? Agenda Warm Up Agenda Naming Game - 15 Polyatomic Compounds - 20 Polyatomic Practice– 45 Exit Ticket – 10 QUIZ TOMORROW AND TEST THURSDAY WORKSHEET #3 is HW Sorting Activity for Nomenclature How can you identify a compound as a molecular compound? How can you identify a compound as an ionic compound? Molecular or Ionic? Live Poll! http://www.polleverywhere.com/my/polls What’s/


Cell Test Review Worksheet Grading Rubric Directions: Answer the following questions using your notes and chapters 3-5 in your textbook. The test will.

Mitochondria- Powerhouse of the cell (releases energy from glucose forming ATP) e. Chloroplasts- Captures energy from sunlight and converts it to glucose (energy storing molecule) 5 points 16. Answer the following questions using the diagram to the right a. What /. proteins d. Nucleic acid 4 points 29. What is special about carbon atoms that allow them to form so many different types of compounds? They can bond with up to 4 other atoms and can form a variety of molecules (chains, branched, rings) in a/


Drill: Carbon Monoxide Reading: (10 min) Read the Carbon Monoxide Reading and answer the following questions. 1)Why is carbon monoxide so deadly? 2)What.

Reading: (10 min) Read the Carbon Monoxide Reading and answer the following questions. 1)Why is carbon monoxide so deadly? 2)What about carbon dioxide? Does it have the same effect? Objective: Swbat: Determine molecular shapes in order to predict bond angle and polarity by constructing covalent structures. SAT Enrichment: … and … would form a stable compound. a.Sodium … Calcium b.Lithium … Potassium c.Nitrogen … Krypton d.Aluminum …. Cesium/


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