# Unit 1

Matter, Molecules and the Mole

## Unit 1 Calendar

## Chapter 1: Matter and Measurement

Day one stuff

Objective(s):

Students will become fluent in the course expectations, policies and classroom procedures

Read the Course Syllabus

Lab Safety

Objectives:

Students will become familiar with the classroom safety procedures, function and location of safety equipment

1.5+6 Measurement and Significant Figures (1.4+5 in 9th edition)

Objectives: (videos below)

Students will measure precisely and accurately.

Students will account for uncertainty in measurements and calculations

Textbook or videos:

1.7 Dimensional Analysis (1.6 in 9th edition)

Students will perform Dimensional analysis using conversion factors while accounting for uncertainty

1.1-3 Types and Properties of Matter

Objectives: (Video 1.1+2 Matter, Video 1.3 Properties of matter)

Students will be able to classify different types of matter, describe their properties as chemical or physical, intensive or extensive, and describe the aspects of the scientific method

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## Chapter 2: Atoms, Ions and Molecules

2.1+2 The History of the atom

2.3 Modern Atomic Structure

Students will describe the structure of the atom in terms of its subatomic particles

Helpful optional videos:

2.4 Atomic Weights

Students will be able to describe what is meant by atomic mass unit as well as determine the weighted average atomic mass for an element.

2.5-7 The Periodic Table, molecular compounds and ionic compounds

Objectives:

Students will describe the structure of the periodic table in terms of types of elements and the significance of groups and periods. (video1 or text)

Students will predict when covalent compounds will form and describe the difference between molecular and empirical formulas. (video2 or text)

Students will predict if ionic bonding will occur and what ionic charges will be present. (video3 or text)

2.8+9 Nomenclature

Students will convert between names and formulas for inorganic compounds and simple organic compounds

Review of Chapter 2

Objectives:

Clarify any remaining questions about the content covered in Chapter 2. Complete any remaining practice for chapter 2.

## Chapter 3: Stoichiometry

3.1+2 Chemical Equations + Patterns of chemical reactivity

Objectives: (videos below)

Students will balance chemical equations

Students will identify types of reactions based on their chemical equations.

Videos:

3.3+4 formula weights + the mole

Objectives: (videos below)

Students will calculate molecular weights and % composition based on chemical formulas

students will convert between grams, moles, and number of particles or atoms.

Videos

3.3a Formula weights (or text)

3.4 The mole (or text)

Helpful optional video: Converting between moles, grams and molecules

Additional Resources

3.5 empirical formulas from analyses

Objectives: (videos below)

S.W. Determine the empirical formula from %composition information and combustion analysis.

Videos

3.6 Quantitative Info from balanced chemical equations

S.W. Apply the concepts of stoichiometry to solve for quantitative data (how many grams/moles/etc. would i produce if i reacted X amount of grams/moles/etc.?)

3.7 Limiting reactants and percent yield

Objectives: (videos below)

S.W. calculate % yields and theoretical yields for chemical reactions given starting amounts of reactants and products.

Videos