Lost… Project Web Post Comment

I’m excited to read your projects and find out what you did to survive!! Did you do more than just survive the project? Here’s where you post you comment for the week.

Web post topic – What did you learn from the Lost… Project (not related to chemistry). What did God teach you through the project?

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Hon Chemistry 5-3-19 Limiting Reactants

HON CHEMISTRY: So if you have 11 roller wheels, how many roller blade skates can you make? You know, really, limiting reactant is almost that simple. Well, the concept is anyway! You deal with limiting reactants in your life all the time. Now we’re just applying that same concept with chemical reactions! 🙂


flickr photo by muffytyrone

  • Chemistry 5-3-19 Ionic Bonding Review & Test Notes

    CHEMISTRY: Soooo many dots!!! From Friday, here’s our very short overview of the ionic bonding equations that will be on the test. How do you feel about the Chapter 6, Part 2 test on Monday? Need practice or help? Help session Monday morning, 7:20ish.

    The Chapter 6, Part 2, test will be a shorter test and will be over:
    1) All of ionic bonding (even the info from the beginning of the chapter)
    2) Properties of ionic and covalent compounds and how they compare
    3) Metallic bonding

    Study hard and PRACTICE!!! I’ll be praying for you!!


    Photo by Andrew Seaman on Unsplash

    Hon Chemistry 5-2-19 Stoichiometry

    HON CHEMISTRY: Here’s our discussion of reaction stoichiometry – all in one place. Were you able to apply what you remembered about moles from earlier this year? Don’t forget the keys! Now all you need is some practice and you’ll have it down pat!!

    Hon Chemistry 4-7-16 Stoichiometry from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

    Chemistry 5-2-19 Ionic Vs. Covalent Bonds & Metallic Bonds

    CHEMISTRY: Happy Monday! Here’s the lecture on ionic vs. covalent bonding, followed by metallic bonding.

    Aren’t you glad there are no structures to draw for metallic bonds?! Make sure you can use the electron sea model to explain the properties of metals. Also be able to compare and contrast all three types of bonds.

    CHEMISTRY 4-14-14 Ionic vs Covalent & Metallic Bonds from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

    Chemistry 5-1-19 Ionic Bonds

    CHEMISTRY: Isn’t this a beautiful crystal of copper sulfate pentahydrate? Since we’ve been talking about crystal lattice structures, I thought you might like to see something different than salt!

    Here’s the lecture on ionic bonding and writing equations for ionic bonds. Remember, when you write ionic bonding, you’re not trying to arrange a single structure like you do with Lewis structures. Instead, you’re writing an equation that shows electrons being lost by one atom and gained by another atom. And make sure you put the dots in the right order!