McGraw-Hill Ryerson Chemistry (Atlantic Edition): Atlantic Edition

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byFrank Mustoe, Michael Jansen, MICHAEL WEBB

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson Chemistry is a program developed specifically for Grades 11 and 12 combined chemistry courses.

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson Chemistry is a program developed specifically for Grades 11 and 12 combined chemistry courses.

Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.9 × 8.8 × 1.4 inPublished:September 30, 2005Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0070971064

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Table of Contents

Safety in Your Chemistry Laboratory and Classroom

Chapter 1 Studying Matter and Its Changes

1.1 Observing Matter
Chemistry Bulletin: Air Canada Flight 143
ThoughtLab: Mixtures, Pure Substances, and Changes
1.2 Building Blocks of Matter
1.3 Communicating About Matter
Investigation 1-A: Analyzing an Industrial Process
Chapter 1 Review

Unit 1 Stoichiometry

Chapter 2 The Mole

2.1 Isotopes and Average Atomic Mass
2.2 The Avogadro Constant and the Mole
ThoughtLab: The Magnitude of 6.02 ´ 1023
2.3 Molar Mass
Chemistry Bulletin: Chemical Amounts in Vitamin Supplements
2.4 Molar Volume
ThoughtLab: Molar Volumes of Gases
Chapter 2 Review

Chapter 3 Chemical Proportions in Compounds

3.1 Percentage Composition ThoughtLab: Percent by Mass and Percent by Number
3.2 The Empirical Formula of a Compound
Investigation 3-A: Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Hydroxide
3.3 The Molecular Formula of a Compound
Careers in Chemistry: Analytical Chemistry
3.4 Finding Empirical and Chemical Formulas by Experiment
Investigation 3-B: Determining the Chemical Formula of a Hydrate
Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 4 Quantities in Chemical Reactions

4.1 Introducing Stoichiometry
ExpressLab: Mole Relationships in a Chemical Reaction
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. Stephen Beauchamp
4.2 The Limiting Reactant
ThoughtLab: The Limiting Item
Investigation 4-A: Limiting and Excess Reactants
4.3 Percentage Yield
Investigation 4-B:: Determining the Percentage Yield of a Chemical Reaction
Careers in Chemistry: Chemical Engineer
Chemistry Bulletin: Nickel Mining at Voisey's Bay
Chapter 4 Review
Unit 1 Review

Unit 2 Structure and Properties

Chapter 5 Chemical Bonding

5.1 Elements and Compounds
ExpressLab: A Metal and a Compound
ThoughtLab: Ionic or Molecular
5.2 Bond Formation
Careers in Chemistry: Metallurgist
5.3 Bonds as a Continuum
Chapter 5 Review

Chapter 6 Structures and Properties of Substances

6.1 Covalent Bonds and Structures
Tools & Techniques: AIM Theory and Electron Density Maps
Investigation 6-A: Modelling Molecules
6.2 Intermolecular Forces
Investigation 6-B: Investigating the Properties of Water
ThoughtLab: Properties of Liquids
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. R. J. Le Roy
6.3 Structure Determines Properties
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. Geoffrey Ozin
Investigation 6-C: Properties of Substances
Chemistry Bulletin: Ionic Liquids: A Solution to the Problem of Solutions
Chapter 6 Review
Unit 2 Review

Unit 3 Solutions and Solubility

Chapter 7 Solutions and Their Concentrations

7.1 Types of Solutions
ThoughtLab: Matching Solutes and Solvents
7.2 Factors That Affect Rate of Dissolving and Solubility
Investigation 7-A: Plotting Solubility Curves
ExpressLab: The Effect of Temperature on Soda Water
Chemistry Bulletin: Solvents and Coffee: What's the Connection?
7.3 The Concentration of Solutions
Careers in Chemistry: Product Development Chemist
Investigation 7-B: Determining the Concentration of a Solution
7.4 Preparing Solutions
Investigation 7-C: Estimating Concentration of an Unknown Solution
Chapter 7 Review

Chapter 8 Solution Stoichiometry

8.1 Making Predictions About Solubility
Investigation 8-A: The Solubility of Ionic Compounds
8.2 Reactions in Aqueous Solutions
Investigation 8-B: Qualitative Analysis
8.3 Stoichiometry in Solution Chemistry
Chemistry Bulletin: Water Quality
Chapter 8 Review
Unit 3 Review

Unit 4 Organic Chemistry

Chapter 9 Hydrocarbons

9.1 Introducing Organic Compounds 9.2 Representing Hydrocarbons
Investigation 9-A: Modelling Organic Compounds
ExpressLab: Molecular Shapes
9.3 Classifying Hydrocarbons
Investigation 9-B: Comparing the Reactivity of Alkanes and Alkenes
Investigation 9-C: Structures and Properties of Aliphatic Compounds
9.4 Refining and Using Hydrocarbons
Tools & Techniques: Oil Refining in Newfoundland and Labrador
Canadians in Chemistry: Dusanka Filipovic
Chapter 9 Review

Chapter 10 Hydrocarbon Derivatives

10.1 Functional Groups
ThoughtLab: Comparing Intermolecular Forces
10.2 Single-Bonded Functional Groups
10.3 Functional Groups with the C == O Bond
Investigation 10-A: Preparing a Carboxylic Acid Derivative
Investigation 10-B: Comparing Physical Properties
Chapter 10 Review

Chapter 11 Organic Compounds on a Larger Scale

11.1 Polymer Chemistry
Investigation 11-A: Examining Polymers
Chemistry Bulletin: Degradable Plastics: Garbage That Takes Itself Out
11.2 Natural Polymers and Other Biomolecules
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. Raymond Lemieux
11.3 Organic Compounds and Everyday Life
ThoughtLab: Risk Benefit Analyses of Organic Products
ThoughtLab: Problem Solving with Organic Compounds
Careers in Chemistry: Polymer Chemist
Chapter 11 Review
Unit 4 Review

Unit 5 Kinetics and Equilibrium

Chapter 12 Rates of Chemical Reactions

12.1 Factors That Affect Reaction Rates
Investigation 12-A: Studying Reaction Rates
Tools & Techniques: Methods for Measuring Reaction Rates
12.2 Collision Theory and Reaction Mechanisms
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. Maud L. Menten
Chapter 12 Review

Chapter 13 Reversible Reactions and Chemical Equilibrium

13.1 Recognizing Equilibrium
ExpressLab: Modelling Equilibrium
13.2 The Equilibrium Constant
Investigation 13-A: Measuring an Equilibrium Constant
13.3 Predicting the Direction of a Reaction
Investigation 13-B: Perturbing Equilibrium
Chemistry Bulletin: Le Châtelier's Principle: Beyond Chemistry
Careers in Chemistry: Anesthesiology: A Career in Pain Management
Chapter 13 Review
Unit 5 Review

Unit 6 Acids and Bases

Chapter 14 Properties of Acids and Bases

14.1 Defining Acids and Bases
Investigation 14-A: Observing Properties of Acids and Bases
14.2 Strong and Weak Acids and Bases
Investigation 14-B: The Effect of Dilution on the pH of an Acid
Chemistry Bulletin: The Chemistry of Oven Cleaning
Chapter 14 Review

Chapter 15 Acid-Base Equilibria and Reactions

15.1 Revisiting Acid-Base Strength
15.2 Acid-Base Reactions and Titration Curves
Investigation 15-A: The Concentration of Acetic Acid in Vinegar
Investigation 15-B: Ka of Acetic Acid
Careers in Chemistry: Dangerous Goods Inspection
Chapter 15 Review
Unit 6 Review

Unit 7 Thermochemistry

Chapter 16 Theories of Energy Changes

16.1 Temperature Change and Heat
ThoughtLab: Factors in Heat Transfer
16.2 Enthalpy Changes
16.3 Heating and Cooling Curves
ExpressLab: Construct a Heating Curve and a Cooling Curve
Chapter 16 Review

Chapter 17 Measuring and Using Energy Changes

17.1 The Technology of Heat Measurement
Tools & Techniques: The First Ice Calorimeter
Investigation 17-A: Determining the Enthalpy of a Neutralization Reaction
ExpressLab: The Energy of Dissolving
Investigation 17-B: The Enthalpy of Combustion of a Candle
17.2 Hess's Law of Heat Summation
Investigation 17-C: Hess's Law and the Enthalpy of Combustion of Magnesium
17.3 Fuelling Society
Chemistry Bulletin: Hot Ice
Careers in Chemistry: Oil Spill Advisor
Chemistry Bulletin: Lamp Oil and the Petroleum Age
ThoughtLab: Comparing Energy Sources
Chapter 17 Review
Unit 7 Review

Unit 8 Electrochemistry

Chapter 18 Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

18.1 Defining Oxidation and Reduction
Chemistry Bulletin: Aging: Is Oxidation a Factor?
Investigation 18-A: Single Displacement Reactions
18.2 Oxidation Numbers
ThoughtLab: Finding Rules for Oxidation Numbers
18.3 The Half-Reaction Method for Balancing Equations
Tools & Techniques: The Breathalyzer Test: A Redox Reaction
Investigation 18-B: Redox Reactions and Balanced Equations
18.4 The Oxidation Number Method for Balancing Equations
Chapter 18 Review

Chapter 19 Cells and Batteries

19.1 Galvanic Cells
Investigation 19-A: Measuring Cell Potentials of Galvanic Cells
Careers in Chemistry: Explosives Chemist
19.2 Standard Cell Potentials
ThoughtLab: Assigning Reference Values
19.3 Electrolytic Cells
Investigation 19-B: Electrolysis of Aqueous Potassium Iodide
19.4 Faraday's Law
Investigation 19-C: Electroplating
19.5 Issues Involving Electrochemistry
Canadians in Chemistry: Dr. Viola Birss
Chapter 19 Review
Unit 8 Review

Appendix A Answers to Selected Numerical Chapter and Unit Review Questions
Appendix B Supplemental Practice Problems
Appendix C Alphabetical List of Elements and Periodic Table of the Elements
Appendix D Math and Chemistry
Appendix E Chemistry Data Tables