• Introduction to Acids and Bases

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 4/10/2017

    Watch the following videos and answer the questions on your notes sheet. 

    1. “Lesson 12.3-Properties of Acids and Bases” Only watch the video through 11 minutes, and fill out the chart with the information presented in the video.

    **You only have to watch until 12 minutes when she starts talking about naming acids and bases. 

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QN7NyVEyKw&t=339s&list=WL&index=12 

    1. “A colorful Magic Trick with Acids and Bases”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujkuW-0cpNw 

    1. “What are pH indicators and how do we use them?”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYQlvTblgCY 

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  • Gas Laws

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 3/1/2017

    Ideal Gas Law

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqLlfHBFY08

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  • Naming Compounds

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 11/8/2016

    Copy and paste the following urls into your browser.

     

    Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds:

    https://www.quia.com/rr/180365.html

     

     

    Naming Acids (pre-AP):

    https://www.quia.com/hm/498413.html

     

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  • IPC elements project

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 9/26/2016

    The following links may help you with researching your element. 

     

     

    http://www.chemicalelements.com/index.html

     

    https://www.webelements.com/

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  • Quizlet

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 9/5/2016

    To join our class on quizlet...

    1. go to https://quizlet.com/latest 

    2. click sign up

    3. click sign up with email

    4. enter your information for your school gmail account

     

    ONCE you have signed in

    1. on the left hand corner click "join or create class"

    2. Search "chemsitry.lindsay.01 pilot point high school" 

    3. select the correct class period (that is the 01, 02, 03 that comes after my name)

    4. click request to join the class

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  • Practice with Significant Figures

    Posted by Hannah Lindsay at 8/30/2016

    Here are some links that have practice activities in scientific notation and determining sig figs that I think you might find helpful. Don't stress if you can't remember every single rule, use your cheat sheet! We're learning these now so that we can use them all year. You have all year to master it, so just start practicing!

    Sig Figs 

    Pro Profs Sig Figs

     

    Khan Academy Sig Figs

     

    Sig Figs

     

     

    Scientific Notation

    Khan Academy Scientific Notation

     

     

    ixl.com

     

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