Saturday, October 3, 2009

10/2/09 Creating a heating curve Lab

Link to worksheet for heating curves.
Link to study worksheet set for Matter & Energy.

Mark Rosengarten has created an excellent set of worksheets. I recommend that you look at and use them.

Today we:
  • Took a quiz to see who had read the lab.
  • Continued with notes on periodic trends and chemical properties.
  • Did a lab to create heating curve for water.

Coming up:
We will see the end of the BBC documentary on the Atom

We will finish with Periodic table unit notes, properties of metals.The notes for unit 2, Periodic table, can be found here:2 slides per page, in color, 6 slides per page, grayscaleThe entire PowerPoint presentation, with all media. This is a 139MB file in compressed (zip) format. You will have to unzip the file. Many computer operating systems do this automatically. If you have difficulty you can download one of the many free programs to do this, search for unzip. This file includes a file to allow you to view the program, even if you don’t own PowerPoint.

I want to remind everyone that they are required to do one project every 4 weeks. This is the last project of this period. Click here to see the project.