Chemistry 10-23-13 Oxidation Numbers

CHEMISTRY: One man’s rust is another student’s lesson in chemistry! From Wednesday – here’s the lecture on oxidation numbers. Now go out and apply them! Need help? Don’t forget the practice at Go to Also – help session tomorrow morning at 7:15ish A.M.

UPDATE: Homework change – do the book work, make corrections to Chemical Formulas worksheet 1, and bring Worksheet 2 to class but don’t do it yet.

How have you been doing on the polyatomic ion quizzes? What about the pre-test MONDAY? For the pre-test you need to have memorized (and be able to use!!): polyatomic ions, monatomic ions (but you can get these off the periodic table), acids, prefixes, the chemical names and formulas of common substances, and the oxidation rules.

That’s a lot, but you can do it! And make double dog sure you are working hard at memorizing it all now!!

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37 thoughts on “Chemistry 10-23-13 Oxidation Numbers

  1. Watching the lesson on the screen without you teaching us in person was different, yet I felt like I learned the same information the same way.

  2. Im glad we worked on the chemical formula worksheet in class it helped. I think i am getting this a little more each day.

  3. Does our science in the news need to have chemical compounds or chemical formulas in it? Can this include a molecule?

  4. I am glad that I have been able to write chemical formulas better!! Working on the sheet in class Thursday really helped!

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