CHEMISTRY: How’s it going? You stuck? Here’s the laaaast review of the types of problems that will be on your test Thursday. Don’t forget to print out a copy of the syllabus. You’ll need it for Wednesday. Also, if you will be leaving Thursday for the game, you’ll need to make sure you let Mrs. Jackie know which day you will be taking your test. (Check out the syllabus to see what I mean!) Good luck! I’ll be praying for you!!
CHEMISTRY: Do you feel like we been playing hopscotch with the charges and oxidation numbers of atoms? Here’s the extra practice we did on Thursday. You’re doing a great job with them – keep practicing and make sure you MEMORIZE the oxidation rules! This vodcast will be great review for the test!
CHEMISTRY: One man’s rust is another student’s lesson in chemistry! From Wednesday – here’s the lecture on oxidation numbers. Lots of good practice at the end on this one. Need help? Don’t forget the practice at sciencegeek.net. Go to sciencegeek.net
Good luck studying for the Chemical Formulas & Memorization quiz tomorrow! You need to know: polyatomic ions, monatomic ions (but you can get these off the periodic table), acids, and the chemical names and formulas of common substances. That’s a lot!
HON CHEMISTRY: Well, how are the chemical formulas coming? I think you’re doing pretty good on writing the formulas, but what about naming compounds? Help session? Don’t forget to add a few more things to your “make sure you memorize for the test” list: binary acids, oxyacids, prefixes, and oxidation rules. Oxidation rules! We’ve really already been using oxidation numbers, you just didn’t know it! 🙂
Since the recording is acting up, I’ve posted an old lecture, but I’ll put this year’s thrilling lecture up if it ever cooperates! 😉