Hon Chemistry 10-13-11 Chemical Formulas Encore

HON CHEMISTRY: So is it a little clearer now? Did today’s review help? Here’s today’s review, just in case you need to save it for the future. Also, if you need a little more guided practice – help session tomorrow morning at 7:15! How’s the worksheet coming? A covalent compound means the same thing as a molecular compound – don’t let that mess you up. You’re doing great!! 🙂

Chemistry 10-13-11 Mixture Separation Lab

Wow! It’s been a pretty intense couple of days, huh? I’m really, really proud of you! It’s a good thing to be able to follow a set of directions, but an absolutely TREMENDOUS thing to be able to figure out how to solve a problem on your own! That’s a difficult thing to learn how to do, and you are doing a great job developing that skill. Any questions about writing up the lab report for Monday? Use the Lab Report manuscript form you can find here or on Edline. Remember, some of you definitely need to elaborate on your procedure! Also, you’ll have the data table that is in your book, and then include your own observations of each step you did after the data table. And then, after you write your own conclusion, don’t forget the questions on page 27 of your book: Conclusion questions 1 – 2, and Extension questions 1 – 2. And, hey, we get to start a new chapter tomorrow!!

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