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periodic table
  • This course enables students to deepen their understanding of chemistry through the
    study of organic chemistry, the structure and properties of matter, energy changes and
    rates of reaction, equilibrium in chemical systems, and electrochemistry.

  • Students will further develop their problem-solving and investigation skills as they investigate chemical processes, and will refine their ability to communicate scientific information.

  • Emphasis will be placed on the importance of chemistry in everyday life and on
    evaluating the impact of chemical technology on the environment.

Prerequisite: Chemistry, Grade 11, University Preparation (recommendation at least 70%)
 

Atomic Theory

Organic

Energy

Rates

Equilibrium

Acids and Bases

Titration Lab

Electrochemistry

Exam


Introduction

The grade 12 course will be covering new material at the same rate as grade 11 BUT you are expected to remember your grade 11 chemistry.  In preparation for the course, the grade 11 review must be completed.

Lesson Date

Topics

Class Notes

Textbook Reference

Textbook Solutions

Handout Solutions

Additional Internet Sites

Febuary
6
Course Outline

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Periodic Table - What do you know?

Grade 11 Checklist
Course Outline

TEXTBOOK SOLUTIONS

****The textbook solutions ***

Provided beside each handout link

OR
Some handouts will be associated with
MR. OHRLING'S Classroom Handout Solutions

Warm up



Dave Paddock YouTube channel for grade 11U and 12U Chem
Febuary
7-8
Grade 11 Review Questions Sign up for Quizlet

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Page 801, 806-813
Reference pages

Page 808 - D1
Q 1, 4, 8, 9-12

Page 810 - D2
Q 1-13

Page 811-812 - D3
Q 3-6, 10-11, 13-14, 17-18, 21, 23

Page 813 - D4
Q 1-9, 12-14

Grade 11 Review Solutions

 D1

D2

D3

D4

12U Websites for different Notes

Notes online 2

Notes online 3

Notes online 4

Wikibook - Chemistry


Atomic Theory and Molecular Structure

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Structure and Properties of Matter

  • The nature of the attractive forces that exist between particles in a substance determines the properties and limits the uses of that substance.
  • Technological devices that are based on the principles of atomic and molecular structures can have societal benefits and costs.

Lesson Date

Topics

Class Note

Textbook Reference

Worksheet

Additional Internet Sites

Videos

Febuary
9
Begin Unit 1 - Atomic Theory and Molecular Structure
Past research and Important Scientists
Expectations and part 1 1 The Chapter of Previous Theories
Crash Course Atomic Theory

Atoms and the Periodic Table - Brian Cox
YouTube Videos to check out
10 Empirical vs Theorectical

Origins of Quantuum Theory
Blackbody radiation

Photoelectric effect

Bohr Model
-hydrogen spectra, colour and energy, hints at quantum model
Big Note
3-Blackbody and photoelectric effect
Good Background information

Minute Physics - Origin of Quantum

Music - Quantum

Cartoons -

Minute Physics

Perimeter Institute
13 Blackbody radiation
Photoelectric effect


Bohr Model
-hydrogen spectra, colour and energy, hints at quantum model

4 - Bohr's Model

Mr Anderson Wave particle Duality

Cartoon Wave particle Duality

14 Bohr Model
-hydrogen spectra, colour and energy, hints at quantum model

Quantum Numbers
Wave Function

Bohr just wasn't enough




Experiment in the quantum world TED
15Quantum Numbers

Examples of using quantum numbers

3.5  Four Numbers to explain spectra and more
Another explanation

Lots of info and connections: quantum numbers and electron configurations
Quantum Theory documentary
16Energy Level Diagrams

Rules of Electron Configuration

Electron Configuration


Worksheet on quantum numbers  and electron configurations

17 Defending the Quantum Atom
Shape of the PT
Charges of ions
Magnetism

6 What we use quantum numbers to explain the periodic table and more

Electron Configurations practice


Specific questions about electron configurations

Periodic table Electron Configurations
21Practice questions on electron configuration including trends in Ionization Energy

Weird Electron Configurations

Waves and Orbitals

Magnetism
Section 3.6
-Hund's Rule
-aufbau principle
-Pauli Exclusion Principle

Section 3.7
-Louis deBroglie
-Schrodinger
-Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
-Electron probability density
-Limitations of Quantum Mechanics
7 Waves and Orbitals

8 Appications of Quantum

Quantum Mechanics Summary Video
-watch part one and two
Hydrogen Atom Orbitals and quantum theory
22Lewis Theory of Chemical Bonding

Review building Lewis Structures
My note
Section 1
1 summary

Crash Course - Bonding
23 Lewis Structures

Note

3 summary  Handout - VSEPR

24VSEPRVSEPR - common shapes
Rough Solutions to VSEPR handout

24-27Polar and Non polar molecules

Intermolecular Forces
Questions:
page 253 #1,3
page 255 #6
page 256 #8,10
page 256 #1,2

Questions:
page 260 #1-5
page 264 #9
page 266 #1,3,4
4 Summary

and

5 Summary
textbook solutions

28 Valence Bond Theory
Hybridization


My note
Section 2

2 summary

CrashCourse - orbitals Video

Balloons Video

Video
Mar
1
Valence Bond Theory
Hybridization

Read over section 4.6

Structure of solids - Not an exciting topic but .....lots of info
Properties of types of solids 6 Structure of Solids


2Discussion Day
chapter 3 and 4 various topics





3 Review
- Chapter 3 & 4 reviews
- Unit review

textbook solutions


6Review
- Chapter 3 & 4 reviews
- Unit review





7 Unit 1 Test





Organic Chemistry

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Organic Chemistry

  • Organic compounds have predictable chemical and physical properties determined by
    their respective structures.
  • Organic chemical reactions and their applications have significant implications for society, human health, and the environment

Lesson Date

Topics

Class Note

Textbook Reference

Worksheet

Worksheet Solutions

Additional Internet Sites

Videos

March
8
UNIT 1
Define Organic Chemistry
Carbon...
Hydrocarbons: Alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alkyl
Naming - chain, branched, ring
Powerpoint Notes
Class Exercises 1 Functional Groups


2 hydrocarbons
Naming Package Naming Package Solutions More Info on Nomenclature

Powerpoint Notes

9 More Rules

Isomers

Working on Naming package




Online Tutorials
10 Drawing structure - structural, condensed, line, formula

Practice time, Naming and Drawing and Building Molecules


Additional Worksheet
with answers
Naming Package Solutions

13-17MARCH BREAK
20 Naming part 2 - Halide, Nitro, Amine

4 Orgohalides

8 Amines Amides





21 Quiz part 1

cis vs trans

Part 3: Ether, Aldehyde, Ketone, Alcohol

5 Alcohol ethers

6 Aldehydes ketones

Naming Package Solutions

22 Quiz Part 2

Physical Properties of Hydrocarbons:
pg 22

Halides and Amines
pg 33, pg 72

Phys Prop of Ether, Aldehyde, Ketone, Alcohols:
 pg 42,46,51
Properties of Organic Compounds

Naming Package Solutions

hydrocarbons: anes vs enes

Trends that affect boiling points


23 Quiz part 3

Part 4: ester, carboxylic acids, 

7 Acids Ester

8 Amines Amides

Naming Package Solutions

24Part 4:amides, aromatics

-Phy props:ester, carboxylic acids, amides, aromatics
page 60,66
page 76
page 19-22



Naming Package Solutions

27Quiz part 4

Discussion on comparing physical properties of organic compounds

page 10, #1,2
page 42, #4,5
page 48, #2,7
page 56, #7
page 57, #4
page 63, #4
page 67, #13
page 78, #10, 2a-c
page 79, #7




28Complete naming package review questions

Physical Properties
Hydrocarbons: pg 22
Halides pg 33
Amines pg 72
Ether pg 42
Aldehyde, Ketone pg 46 Alcohols pg 51
ester pg 60
carboxylic acids pg 66
amides pg 76
aromatics pg 19-22

page 10, #1,2
page 42, #4,5
page 48, #2,7
page 56, #7
page 57, #4
page 63, #4
page 67, #13
page 78, #10, 2a-c
page 79, #7




29Organic Nomenclature Test

Complete practice problems physical properties






30LITERACY TEST
MARCH
31
Math - stoichiometry, empirical, yield

Work period on Orgo Math

Sample Problems of Gr 11 chem with a grade 12 difficulty
Math of Organic Reactions
Solutions to sample problems and a practice
Worksheet
Solutions to worksheet
MR. OHRLING'S Classroom Handout Solutions

Click on "Organic reactions", scroll down to page 49




APRIL
3
Math of Orgo Concerns

Chemical Properties - Reactions
Expectations

-Combustion
-Substitution
-Addition Reactions
hydrogenation, halogenation, hydration, halohydrogenation

Markovnikov's Rule

Elimination Reactions - dehydration

Oxidation and Reduction
Intro-repeating section 1.3
3 reactions of hydrocarbons


It could be worse
4 Condensation reactions
- Esterification
- Ethers
- Amide

Hydrolysis

Amine/Amino Ammonification

Other Reactions
-dilute NaoH substitution
-carboxylic acid reactions

Overhead
Organic Reactions part 1

Overhead
Organic Reactions part 2

Handout on Organic reactions Practice Sheet 1 Rxn's Solutions to Rxn's worksheet
page 1
page 2
page 3
page 4


5classifying reactions, predicting products,
synthesizing organic compounds
Summary Sheet
Types of Rxn and examples
9 Synthesizing Organic CompoundsPractice Sheet 2 reactionsSimplified Solutions

6 WORK PERIOD





10+11
Polymers - polymerization Know 1 + 2

monomers...
addition vs condensation
Questions for polymers





Polymers - Examples in the natural world

34567





11+12 review and prepare
pg 95 - self quiz
pg 96 - 1-10
pg 150 -Unit 1 self quiz
pg 152 - 6-13



More Orgo  Math Problems Solutions with teacher

April
12 / 13
Unit 2 Test







Energy

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Energy Changes and Rates of Reaction

  • Energy changes and rates of chemical reactions can be described quantitatively.
  • Efficiency of chemical reactions can be improved by applying optimal conditions.
  • Technologies that transform energy can have societal and environmental costs and
    benefits.

Lesson Date

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Class notes

Textbook Reference

Worksheet

Worksheet Solutions

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Videos

April
18
Intrduction to Thermochemistry
Begin Chapter 5 terms
-thermal energy, temperature
-exo,endothermic

Measuring Energy Change - measuring temperature change
-calorimetry
-specific heat capacity
Intro NoteSection 5.1
Read page 296
Question 1 p296

Read page 298-301
Define bolded terms

Questions 1,2, 4 page 300

Specific Heat Worksheet

Crash Course Video Energy
19 Concerns about calorimetry

Handback Orgo reactions test

Enthalpy - all the energy of the system

1 calorie = 4.18J 

Questions  8-11




20 Molar Enthalpy and Calorimetry Molar Enthalpy Section 5.2 Worksheet
Solutions Crash Course Enthalpy
21 Molar Enthalpy and Calorimetry

Ways of calculating and representing Enthalpy Change

Energy term, Enthalpy term, Molar enthalpy, potential energy diagrams
Representing Energy in chemical reactions Section 5.3 Textbook summary
 pg  319
Worksheet
Solutions
24Hess's Law
 - when you can't perform a reaction in a lab, use reaction you know to determine enthalpy change
Powerpoint4

Examples
Worksheet and solutions
Examples and solutions for Hess's Law
25 Molar Enthalpy of Formation
Application of Hess's Law

If you know the amount of energy all your ingredients have than you can determine the amount of energy leftover or required
5 - good one -Hess Law connection to Hf

5b examples of Hf
5 summary of section



26 Continue with Multistep problems in energy
5c -multistep problems

Review sheet: Energy, Enthalpy, Calorimetry with solutions at the end


27Complete Calorimetry Activities
6CALORIMETRY LAB


28 Discussion of lab report
Catch up day


Solutions for Chapter 5 Energy and Change Worksheet


May
1
Topics on chapter 5 test
Review Period






2 Chapter 5 Test






Rates - Independent Study

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Textbook Reference

 - 36 pages total

Worksheet

Solutions

Additional Internet Sites

Videos

May
3
6.1 The Rate of a Chemical Reaction, calculating, mole ratio, graphs, 5 factors
1-Rates + 2-Factors that affect rates



4+8


Read 6.2, 6.4 Collision theory and activation energy and 6.5

-explain how the five factors affect the rate of a chemical reaction

-Collision theory
Activation Energy

6.5

collision theory 6.4-Collision and Activation Energy
QUESTION SHEET


9
6.3 determning the rate law, using the rate law

Practice calculating rate laws

6.3-Rate Law Rate Law Questions Solutions

10
Application of Rate Law
-Calculating rate is difficult but calculating time change is easy
-Graphs of reaction orders
-Half life an example of a first order reaction

Graphing Rate Optional - Rate Law Worksheet
Tin & Iodine Lab Data excel format
11
Mg and HCl lab activity

IODINE CLOCK REACTION
Rate Lab - Mg and HClExplanation of Iodine clock reactionExcel Worksheet for Mg lab


12 Explain reaction mechanisms
-elementary processes
-slowest step and rate law

6.4-Mechanisms Chemical Kinetics: Rate Laws

Rate Laws of Reactions Worksheet




15Review topics
Review Lab expectations
Handback Energy Test






16
Chapter 6 Test - 






Equilibrium - Ke, Ksp

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Chemical Systems and Equilibrium

  • Chemical systems are dynamic and respond to changing conditions in predictable ways.
  • Applications of chemical systems at equilibrium have significant implications for nature and industry.

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Textbook Reference

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Solutions

Additional Internet Sites

Videos

May
17
7.1 Equilbrium Class Note

1-NOTE



Video - youtube

Dynamic Equilibrium

Crash Course

Animation

Mr Anderson Equilibrium
18 ICE Tables

The Equilibrium Expression

The Equilibrium constant
2-Note Section 7.2

Just textbook problems
1-7 in section
1-4 end of section



19 Le Chatelier's Principle and the Haber Process 3-Note


4-Note
Practice and solutions


23 Quantitative Equilibrium
Reaction Quotient
5-Note Work on textbook questions pages 465-472 #1,3,5,6,8,10 and
page 481 #1-8



24 Work Period on Equilibrium Problems from textbook and worksheet
Equilibrium Problems
Worksheet

More practice Equilibrium Worksheet
Equilibrium Problems
Answers

More practice
Worksheet Solutions

One example of tutorials on YouTube
Equilibrium #5-15

Or this one watch episodes 28-31
25 Solubility related to equilibrium - Saturated, Unsaturated, upersaturated

Ksp and Solubility

Predicting Precipitation

Better Note

6a-student note

Teacher Copy

6b-alt example
Textbook examples
pg 486, 489, 492, 493



26
Predicting Precipitation

Common Ion Effect

Solubility Work Time

Solubility Worksheet handed out today

Complete Solutions
Extra Solubility and Solubility Product Problems with Answers





Gibbs free energy / Entropy
[will not do]
7





Equilibrium - Kw, Ka, Kb

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Worksheet

Worksheet Solutions

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Videos

May
29
Introduce the Titration Lab and encourage to start research early

Acids vs Bases

Arrhenius Theory, Bronsted Lowry

Water Equlibrium
Kw = [H+][OH-]


Independent Lab Handout

The Laboratory Journal and Rubric

1 - Terms, Strong acids and bases


questions from textbook
#1,2,4,12,13,18


Table of Strong acids and Bases

Calculating pH of strong acids and bases

Theories of acids and bases

30 Introduce the Titration Lab and encourage to start research early

Calculating pH, pOH
Kw

"strong" acids and bases

2  Weak Acids





31Weak Acids and Bases

Equilibrium, percent ionization

Polyprotic Acids - treat like monoprotic acids
Worked out problems
Ka, Kb WorksheetKa Kb calc worksheet solutions

June
1
Weak Bases - Kb
Ka x Kb = Kw

Salt Solutions - ions
conjugate acid?
conjugate base?

Amphoteric or Amphiprotic - compare its Ka and Kb values

[Did not cover Metal ions, and oxides]
Class Note3 Salt Solutions Acid Base Equlibrium


2Awards Breakfast and Prom Recovery Day





5 Salts

Amphoteric ions

Titrations
-Strong acid and strong base
Comparing Strong to Weak4 Titrations




6Weak acid and strong base

Strong acid weak base






June
7
Buffers

Prepare for Test
-Review of Equilibrium
TEST TOPICS5 Buffers




Acid Deposition
[Did NOT cover]

6 Acid Deposition



June 12-Review of Equilibrium





June
13
Test






The Titration Lab

June
8-9
Preparation for Titration Lab
  • Stock solutions
  • Groups
  • Standardizing Stock solutions
 Video-Performing a Titration
June
14
Standardizing stock solutions
  • minimum 3 trials for each stock solution
  • phenalphthalein for KHP
  • bromothymol blue for HCl
Picking Indicators
15Begin Unknowns
  • phenolphthalein
  • check solubility
Back Titration
16
Finish Lab / Discuss strategy about lab calculations



Electrochemistry

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Electrochemistry

  • Oxidation and reduction are paired chemical reactions in which electrons are transferred from one substance to another in a predictable way.
  • The control and applications of oxidation and reduction reactions have significant implications for industry, health and safety, and the environment.

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Videos

June
13

9 - Redox Reactions

Oxidation - Reduction
1 Make these notes on first part of 9.1 Powerpoint Notes Tutorial Animations
14 Oxidation Numbers

Balancing Redox Reactions
2 solutions to balancing equations
oxidation number
a-c, d-f

try both ways (oxidation number and half reactions) for these ones
acidic or basic solutions
Redox Calculator

15 practice balancing
3
Multiple Tutorials on one page

Understanding the Battery

-Label a Galvanic Cell
-Connect table of Reduction potentials with the Activity Series
-Predicting Redox Reactions
-calculate voltage of battery
5
Battery Chemistry

Electrochem Crashcourse

16
ELECTROCHEMISTRY TEST










Consumer Cells and Batteries
(examples of redox reactions)
4
Animation

Corrosion 6


DID NOT COVER

10 - Electrochemistry applications

Electrolysis
1



Electrolytic Cells 2



Stoichiometry of Cell reactions 3




EXAM STUFF

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A large review of topics from mr kleiman - it has solutions part 1, part 2, part 3

Another version of review from a different teacher - scroll down to find it

The Ultimate Exam Review - no solutions available - compare with friends - ask teacher

Exam Topic Summary for 2017 remove electrochemistry

Practice Exam - looks really good