Chemistry 11-19-19 Formula Mass & Molar Mass & Molecules

CHEMISTRY: So the little mole turns out to be a pretty big deal – and a very handy tool!!

Great job today! Here’s discussion on formula mass and molar mass, and then using molar mass and Avogadro’s number as a conversion factor. You’ve got a couple of great tools – so now think through the problems and go forth and conquer!! Be sure and practice them so you don’t forget!

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  1. I am thankful being able to come to this school. I am thankful for all the people here. I’m thankful for my parents who do everything to help me be successful. I am thankful for my friends who are always there for me.

  2. I am thankful for my family because they are loving and encouraging. I am thankful for this school because I can get a good education.

  3. I am thankful for all of my family, friends, coaches, and wonderful teachers. I am thankful to be able to go to this school and get a good education and be on a good basketball team!

  4. I am thankful for my family who do everything for me and love me unconditionally. I am thankful for my friends because they are amazing.

  5. I am so thankful for the Lab that we did Wednesday. That lab helped me to further understand conversions using the Q formula. And I had fun doing it!

  6. I am thankful for my friends and family because they are loving and encouraging people. I’m also thankful for maintaining good health.

  7. I am thankful for my friends and family. I am thankful that I go a good school with good people. I am also thankful that I am in good health

  8. I’m thankful to have teachers who care about my education and friends and family to support me educationally and outside of school. I’m thankful for things I take for granted every day.

  9. I am thankful for so many things. I am thankful that God sent his Son to die so that we can be saved from our sins. I’m thankful for a school where I can learn about God and worship him openly. I am thankful for my family and friends and the relationships I have with those people. I am thankful for the small things that bring life joy.

  10. I am thankful for all my family and friends and the chance to go to a wonderful school like NCS. I am most grateful for my mom and dad because they put in so much time and effort to help me do the things I love and I love them so much for it.

  11. There may not be many things to the untrained eye that one may think me to be thankful for, especially in the context of this specific week of my academic endeavors, and that untrained eye would be correct. However, upon the closer inspection of the things that have occurred in my life over the past few hours, also taking into account the events of the past few months, I would say that through all adversity and heavily weighted mistakes I have undoubtedly made and undoubtedly received the adequate punishment for, I have still yet made a lackluster attempt at standing upright and persevering through these hardships without the help of any inferior and temporary fix to a problem that I may face. One could ask of me, “if you have not persevered, and you have not stood upright, and you have refused and refuted the many lessons that have crossed your path, and you have made a mockery of every attempt of intervention in your life, and you have kept secrets, and lied, and done everything else under the sun to avoid standing up with all your height and facing these hardships, what is there to be thankful for?” To this, only one answer I can think of; That being that I am thankful for the utmost hindsight and the wisdom it has brought and is especially now bringing into my life. Wisdom, as illustrated time and time again in history, is not only the most valuable thing to ever be bestowed upon a man, and it is not only one of the few things that cannot be ripped away from a desperate soul, but it is above all else intended to be respected and valued. And that is what I am thankful for; not only the opportunity that an increase in wisdom provides, but in addition to this, the long awaited arrival of an inkling of wisdom to finally be granted to my desperate and undeniably unworthy self.

    Thank you for everything Mrs. Skinner, and goodbye. <3

  12. i am incredibly thankful for the teachers at this school and how much they give towards their students. They teach everything they know, and thats awesome.
    Thank you.

  13. I am very thankful that God led me back to this school. This school means a lot to me and I have been coming here since I was three, so its only right that I finish it out here. I am thankful for my family, God, and everything else that means something to myself.

  14. I am thankful for many things including the fact that I am healthy and have such great friends, family members, teachers, and coaches. I’m very thankful for all the things God has put in my life.

  15. This week, I am thankful for the fact that we are able to have a full week of no school, although I wont be able to come to Chemistry, it will give me time to study.

  16. I am thankful for my privilege to come to Northpoint, with most of my friends. Oh and I like my dog. Pretty dang thankful for him.

  17. I am very thankful for my family and the abilities that God has put on my family to allow me to go this wonderful school.

  18. I am thankful for God and everything he has given me . I am also thankful for my family helping me become the person I am today.

  19. I am thankful for God, my family, and my friends. I am very grateful for the blessings I have and I’m very thankful I am fortunate enough to have them.

  20. I’m thankful for Chris, he gave me his pencil and some paper, not to mention some web post advice. I’m thankful for Jay, he’s alright. I guess I’m kinda thankful for my family.

  21. I am thankful for the Lord, who gives me strength. I am also thankful for the friends I’ve made at Northpoint, for my family who’ve always been there for me, and for my teachers who guide and help me.

  22. I’m thankful for my friends and family for their encouragement. I’m also very grateful for all the other blessing in my life, such as going to a great school and having good teachers.

  23. This Thanksgiving I’m thankful for freedom, but “Freedom has never been free” -Medgar Evers. What is freedom? This transparent question has an abstruse meaning. So let me embellish on why I’m thankful for freedom. The very word freedom has many meanings to people, but to me freedom is hope. Men may take everything away with shackles and chains but hope will always remain. This Hope that perpetually prevails, in the most perilous of times. This Hope that blindsides with eyes open wide. This Hope that frees anyone who seeks, to show them the truth. The truth that will lead to the unheard fountain of youth. Many seek far and wide for the fountain, that springs up when it hears their name. But they stumble, stumbling because they do not know where true freedom remains. Sometimes true freedom is an offense to this model of society that cripples in vein. As the Nobel Prize winner Albert Camus says, “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”
    This true freedom, this true hope can be unlocked within your brain, on the mindtrack of life’s train. That zooms by to say hello but always ends in bloodstains. Bloodstains on the battlefield, bloodstains on the streets that will never heal. These stains are imprinted on America’s freedom. The freedom of the mind, freedom of speech, and above all freedom of religion. With God anyone can be free, just as Isaiah said in chapter 42: 6-7 “I am the LORD, I have called You in righteousness, I will also hold You by the hand and watch over You, And I will appoint You as a covenant to the people, As a light to the nations, To open blind eyes, To bring out prisoners from the dungeon And those who dwell in darkness from the prison.” For the Lord our God can always bring freedom, hope and truth. His light can and will shine into the darkest parts of truth, and with truth there is freedom.

    Happy Thanksgiving,
    Hope you enjoyed. =)

  24. I am thankful for how much blessings god has given me. Everyday I am reminded of the blessings god has given us such as living in a free country, having the right to worship god freely, and being able to go to NCS. I’m thankful for the breath in my lungs so that I can share gods word. I’m thankful for my wonderful family. Overall I’m thankful for the life God has given me and the opportunity to share his word with the world.

  25. I am thankful for the opportunity to go to a school like Northpoint that so many don’t get the chance too. I am thankful for my friends and the teachers I have known at Northpoint.

  26. I am thankful for the ability to learn and understand. I am also thankful for my friends and family that I have now and the friends I have had in the past.

  27. I often thank God for things He does throughout the day, and this is usually quick and not very contemplated or thought over. I think it is good to consistently acknowledge gifts from God like this, but somehow I forget to thank him for some of the big and really impactful blessings in my life. For example, I am thankful for (yet rarely actually thank God for) His patience in sanctifying me. I was reminded recently that God is worthy of all of my life – my work and efforts, my failing where I come to Him and acknowledge that I need His help, my reliance on Him for peace, and everything else. Although I know this in my mind, I forget to teach this to my heart, but I am thankful that He is patiently waiting for me to come back to Him.
    Also, I am thankful for situations that play out differently than expected. (Even like when I moved here last year) Sometimes this is quite frustrating to me, but I can still learn to give up control through it, and the Lord often blesses me in numerous ways I never could have imagined just showing His sovereignty through all things.
    And finally, I am thankful for relationships among my family and friends. They are encouraging and bring joy, but they also walk with me through hard times as well.
    I am thankful for the many blessings and opportunities God has given me and for His soverignty over all.

  28. I am thankful for my loving family who has sent me to such a great school. I’m also thankful for all my teachers that put so much time into my life to help me understand the subject completely.

  29. I am thankful for my family and my teachers who always help me whenever I have problems in school and help me understand what I’m doing in my classes.

  30. This week i have triumphed with completing my homework and staying on top of things. I am also very proud of myself for actually understanding how to do percent composition. I am have been doing this because I have been paying attention in class.

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