Chemistry For Mr.L

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Chemistry For Mr.L by Mind Map: Chemistry For Mr.L

1. Test Questions and Answers

1.1. Weeks 1-7

1.1.1. Week 1: Lab Safety

1.1.1.1. What should you do with a container that is chipped or cracked? A: You should tell the teacher and give the container to him. (Joshua Arulraj 4th block)

1.1.1.2. What is an Erlenmeyer flask used for? A: It is used to measure, mix, and store liquids (Grace Maloney 4th block)(SC3a).

1.1.2. Week 2: UNKNOWN

1.1.2.1. Nathan Smith, 3rd Block 1. Which of the following conducts electricity? a. rubber b. wood c. copper d. sodium 2. Which is more dense: Water or Ice?

1.1.2.2. Erika Sheng, 4th Block 1. Are chemical and physical properties microscopic or macroscopic? (SC1b) Both 2. What is the difference between intensive and extensive? (SC1b) Intensive do not depend on the size of the matter. Extensive do depend on the quantity of the matter. 3. What is a physical property? (SC1b) Are those that we can determine without changing the identity of the substance. Mohini Gharpure, 4th Block 1. List three clues to tell a chemical change occured. Color change, Gas, Heat (SC1b) 2. What is heat conductivity mean? Is it a physical or chemical property? Physical. It can transfer heat (SC1b) 3. What color flame does sodium have? Yellowish Orange (SC1b)

1.2. Weeks 8-12

1.3. All weeks

1.3.1. Week 1

1.3.1.1. What should you do with a container that is chipped or cracked? A: You should tell the teacher and give the container to him. (Joshua Arulraj 4th block)

1.3.1.2. What is an Erlenmeyer flask used for? A: It is used to measure, mix, and store liquids (Grace Maloney 4th block)(SC3a).

1.3.2. Week 2

1.3.2.1. Erika Sheng, 4th Block 1. Are chemical and physical properties microscopic or macroscopic? (SC1b) Both 2. What is the difference between intensive and extensive? (SC1b) Intensive do not depend on the size of the matter. Extensive do depend on the quantity of the matter. 3. What is a physical property? (SC1b) Are those that we can determine without changing the identity of the substance. Mohini Gharpure, 4th Block 1. List three clues to tell a chemical change occured. Color change, Gas, Heat (SC1b) 2. What is heat conductivity mean? Is it a physical or chemical property? Physical. It can transfer heat (SC1b) 3. What color flame does sodium have? Yellowish Orange (SC1b)

1.3.2.2. Nathan Smith, 3rd Block 1. Which of the following conducts electricity? a. rubber b. wood c. copper d. sodium 2. Which is more dense: Water or Ice?

1.3.3. Week 3

1.3.4. Week 4

1.3.5. Week 5

1.3.6. Week 6

1.3.7. Week 7

1.3.8. Week 8

2. Helpful Links

2.1. Alexis Lombardo -Good link for Lab Equipment, Names and Pictures ( http://www.smc.edu/AcademicPrograms/PhysicalSciences/Pages/Equipment.aspx ) -A game to help with finding protons, neutrons and electrons ( http://education.jlab.org/elementmath/ ) -A little more about fusing hydrogen to make Helium in the sun. ( http://www.scienceinschool.org/2006/issue3/fusion )

2.2. Kriti Lodh 4th Period-Lab Safety-Danger in School Labs http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=danger-in-school-labs Kriti Lodh 4th Period- Isotopes http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=radioactive-smoke Kriti Lodh 4th Period- Fission and Fusion http://www.diffen.com/difference/Nuclear_Fission_vs_Nuclear_Fusion

2.3. School Labs-Noemi http://sciencecareers.sciencemag.org/career_magazine/previous_issues/articles/2009_05_01/caredit.a0900054

3. Mnemonic Devices

3.1. A mnemonic device for safety rules: Safety always comes first After a lab, you clean up Focus on the lab and don’t play around Emergencies should be reported, but not always first Try to help those around you Yelling should be minimized for others benefit Report all cuts and burns Under no circumstance should you not have safety goggles Leave any broken glass mess for Mr. Lajeunesse Extra chemical should not be returned to original container Spills can be cleaned up by students. - Grace Maloney Block 4

3.2. Mnemonic device for using a fire extinguisher: Pull the pin Aim at the base of the fire Squeeze the lever Spray the fire - Cody Lee Block 4.

3.3. I cheated on the safety test... Boy, that really ended in a mess. My poor friend Mary; her shirt caught on fire The situation was extremely dire. Instead of telling her to get on the floor, I ran to get the fire blanket; my choice was poor. Now my friend Mary is burnt to a crisp... Poor, poor Mary. Our friendship was brisk. -Marissa Fallico Block 3

4. Student Generated Test Reviews

4.1. Week 11

4.1.1. Jasmine

4.2. Week 12

4.2.1. Know what an empirical formula is. (Mohini Gharpure) Be able to convert grams to mols. (Mohini Gharpure)