Inquiry Into Chemistry

Paperback | December 15, 2006

byAudrey Chastko, Jeff Goldie, Frank Mustoe

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Current, relevant, and rigorous content supports student mastery of knowledge, skill, STS, and attitude outcomes for the new Alberta Education Chemistry 20-30 Program of Studies.Supporting you...100% curriculum fit to the new Alberta Education Chemistry 20- 30 Program of StudiesLinks to ICT outcomesTeacher Resources designed for both t...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:832 pages, 11 × 8.6 × 1.4 inPublished:December 15, 2006Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0070960518

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Inquiry into Chemistry 20/30

UNIT 1: THE DIVERSITY OF MATTER AND CHEMICAL BONDING

Unit 1 Preparation
Chapter 1: Chemical Bonding
1.1 Forming and Representing Compounds.
1.2 The Nature of Chemical Bonds
Chapter 1 Summary
Chapter 1 Review

Chapter 2: Diversity of Matter
2.1 Three-Dimensional Structures
2.2 Intermolecular Forces
2.3 Relating Structures and Properties
Chapter 2 Summary
Chapter 2 Review
Unit 1 Review

UNIT 2: FORMS OF MATTER: GASES

Unit 2 Preparation
Chapter 3: Properties of Gases
3.1 Gases and Kinetic Molecular Theory
3.2 Gases and Pressure
3.3 Gases and Temperature
Chapter 3 Summary
Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 4: Exploring Gas Laws
4.1 The Combined Gas Law
4.2 Ideal Gas Law
Chapter 4 Summary
Chapter 4 Review
Unit 2 Review

UNIT 3: MATTER AS SOLUTIONS, ACIDS, AND BASES

Unit 3 Preparation
Chapter 5: Solutions
5.1 Classifying Solutions
5.2 Solubility
5.3 The Concentration of Solutions
5.4 Preparing and Diluting Solutions
Chapter 5 Summary
Chapter 5 Review

Chapter 6: Acids and Bases
6.1 Theories of Acids and Bases
6.2 Strong and Weak Acids and Bases
6.3 Acids, Bases, and pH
Chapter 6 Summary
Chapter 6 Review
Unit 3 Review

UNIT 4: QUANTITATIVE RELATIONSHIPS IN CHEMICAL CHANGES

Unit 4 Preparation
Chapter 7: Stoichiometry
7.1 Reactions in Aqueous Solution
7.2 Stoichiometry and Quantitative Analysis
Chapter 7 Summary
Chapter 7 Review

Chapter 8: Applications of Stoichiometry
8.1 Limiting and Excess Reactants
8.2 Predicted and Experimental Yield
8.3 Acid-Base Titration
Chapter 8 Summary
Chapter 8 Review
Unit 4 Review

UNIT 5: THERMOCHEMICAL CHANGES

Unit 5 Preparation
Chapter 9: Energy and Chemical Reactions
9.1 Enthalpy and Thermochemical Equations
9.2 The Technology of Energy Measurement
Chapter 9 Summary
Chapter 9 Review

Chapter 10: Theories of Energy and Chemical Changes
10.1 Hess’s Law
10.2 Energy and Efficiency
10.3 Fuelling Society
Chapter 10 Summary
Chapter 10 Review

Chapter 11: Activation Energy and Catalysts
11.1 Reaction Pathways
11.2 Catalysts and Reaction Rates
Chapter 11 Summary.
Chapter 11 Review
Unit 5 Review

UNIT 6: ELECTROCHEMICAL CHANGES

Unit 6 Preparation
Chapter 12: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
12.1 Characterizing Oxidation Reduction
12.2 Redox Reactions Involving Ionic Compounds
12.3 Redox Reactions Involving Molecular Compounds
12.4 Quantitative Analysis of Redox Reactions
Chapter 12 Summary
Chapter 12 Review

Chapter 13: Cells and Batteries
13.1 Voltaic Cells
13.2 Applications of Voltaic Cells
13.3 Electrolytic Cells
13.4 Stoichiometry and Faraday’s Law
Chapter 13 Summary.
Chapter 13 Review
Unit 6 Review

UNIT 7: CHEMICAL CHANGES OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS

Unit 7 Preparation
Chapter 14: Structure and Physical Properties of Organic Compounds
14.1 Introducing Organic Compounds
14.2 Hydrocarbons14.3 Hydrocarbon Derivatives
14.4 Refining and Using Organic Compounds
Chapter 14 Summary
Chapter 14 Review

Chapter 15: Reactions of Organic Compounds
15.1 Types of Organic Reactions
15.2 Polymers and the Petrochemical Industry
Chapter 15 Summary
Chapter 15 Review
Unit 7 Review

UNIT 8: CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM FOCUSSING ON ACID-BASE SYSTEMS

Unit 8 Preparation
Chapter 16: Chemical Equilibrium
16.1 Chemical Equilibrium
16.2 Equilibrium Expression and Le Châtelier’s Principle
16.3 Equilibrium Calculations for Homogeneous Systems
16.4 Applications of Equilibrium Systems
Chapter 16 Summary
Chapter 16 Review

Chapter 17: Acid-Base Equilibrium System
17.1 Acid Deposition
17.2 Understanding Acids and Bases
17.3 Acid-Base Equilibriums
17.4 Titration Curves and Buffers
Chapter 17 Summary.
Chapter 17 Review
Unit 8 Review

Appendix A Answers to Practice Problems
Appendix B Supplemental Practice Problems
Appendix C Periodic Table and Alphabetical List of Elements
Appendix D Math and Chemistry
Appendix E Tips for Writing the Diploma Exam
Appendix F Designing and Reporting Scientific Investigations
Appendix G Chemistry Data Tables
Appendix H How to Titrate
Appendix I How to Prepare and Dilute a Standard Solution

Glossary/Index/Credits