Lab on Monday April 20,2015

Lab on Monday April 13,2015

Unit Assessment (Test) Tuesday April 14, 2015  


Thursday And Friday - You must finish all worksheets: Class on Friday is Drop in and "catch up". You must see me sometime on Friday (between 10-1 pm). To show me all of the sheets are completed. 

For Thursday and Friday April 9 and 10: You must complete the questions on the study guide 

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Study Guide for Reaction Mechanism: Ensure you know the definitions of teh following: 

1. p.51 hydrolysis reaction

2.p. 24 hydrogenation reaction 

3. p. 30 substitution reaction  

4. p.23 addition reaction

5. p. 37 condensation reaction

6. p. 51 esterfication reaction 

Chapter 2 Questions and Full Solutions -see  in class-Assigned on Wednesday April 8, 2015- must be complete by the Assessment on Tuesday April 14, 2015: 


Do Questions: 2.1, Review, p. 83, # 1-4. 

Do Questions: 2.2, Practice, p. 87, # 1- 3

Do Questions: 2.2, Review, p. 93, #1-3 

Do Questions: 2.4, Practice, p.98, #1 

Do Questions: 2.4 Review, p. 1-2.   

Full Solutions to questions on the left:  

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-Class Wednesday April 8- The video below corresponds to the section 2.1 of Introducing Polymers- You must know how to create a silk polymer on an assessment. See p. 81, Figure 4 in your textbook.   

Assessment for Unit 1 

Unit Test (April 14) 

Assessment (Quiz on naming 1.1 until 1.6 and definitions- Tues April 7, 2015) 

Due this week:  by Thursday April 2, 2015

Activity #2 - ON Finding a volatile compound 

Ch 1 Study Sheet- Must complete or at least most of it 

Lab sheets due: group, (Black and white, 1.4.1 and 1.5.1 sheets) 

Individual Lab sheets: Inv.14.1 Properties of Alcohols and 

 Resource for 2.2 Synthetic Addition Polymers

The video below shows the Great Garbage Patch. You must be able to: 

a. create a polyethene (see. p.80, Figure 2) 

b. create a polystrene molecule (see p. 81, Figure 3).


Review Questions by Monday April 6, 2015 

1. Reaction Practice, p.36, Predict  a reaction between prop-1-ene  and water 

2.  p.37, Condensation reaction of ethanol and propanol 

3.   p. 43, Oxidation Reaction, 

a. Create an ketone of a butanol (2 degree) to produce a butanone 

b. (2nd degree) pentanol and pentanone 

4. p. 44. Create a hydrogenation reaction of methanol and propanol 

Finish Review questions, p. 46, # 1, 2.   

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Complete the following page for Thursday's Assessment  

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Finish the Chapter 2 Polymerization Review 

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The Video to your right corresponds to the application of carbonyl groups in spicies: such as aldehydes and ketones (1.5).  

Below is a link to carboxylic acid reactions (1.6)

Below is the application of fight and flight epinephrine (1.7) is an example of an amine group  

1.6 (Fats Application): What do we know about fats and how does our body process these structures in our body?

 1.6 Carboxylic Acids, Esters and Fats

Carboxylic Acids

  1. Define carboxyl group (p. 47)  

  2. Define carboxylic acid (p. 47)

  3. Practice, p. 48, # 1 and 2


  1. Define Esters, p. 49

  2. Define hydrolysis , p. 51

  3. Practice, p. 53# 1abcd.

Fats Lipids and oils: In a group, draw a full structure of  vegetable oil, olive oil, lard. Compare (show similarities) contrast (show differences).  


Amine Application  

Below 1.4.1 and 1.51 Lab  Handouts must be completed. (Hand in to teacher) 

You must complete Activity 3 Graphing applications

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Below are Summary Lecture notes from the textbook: 

1.2, 1.5,  1.6 and 1.7  

As you are reading chapter #1 you may want to fill in this sheet below in your notes or print it off:  

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In SCH4U Below is the video of why we learn
"Science, society and technology". Why do we learn about science if we don't apply it to our lives? 


Below is Study Guide for Chapter 2: Must be complete and handed in to instructor.    

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Below is the file for the introduction and naming of alkanes, alkene, and alkynes. The text references is Chapter 1 (p. 8-10 ;alkenes and alkynes, p. 18, unsaturated hydrocarbon).  


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Below are my hand written solutions for 8.4 solutions, until 8.5  p. 527, # 1 and 2.  

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Friday November 28, 2014

8.4 Calculations Involving Acidic Solutions

8.4 Practice Problems, p. 513, #1 and 2

Define: Percentage Ionization

Do p. 516, Practice, p. 516, # 1, 2

Use the ICE tables and Ka to calculate pH, p. 520, #1 and 2.  

8.5 Calculations Involving Basic Solutions

8.5, p. 527, # 1 and 2

Find Kb from Kw and Ka, p. 527, #1 and 2. #3 Use an ICE table to calculate the pH

8.6 Acid and Base Properties of Salt Solutions

Same procedure as above.

Do, 8.6, p. 534, # 1 and 2

Do, Practice Problems, p.  538, #1 and 2.

Review Questions p. 539, # 1- 5.

Lab Application 8.7. Can review for the Lab on the Ka constant. 

8.8, Buffer System,  Practice, p.565, #1- 3

Review Questions, p. 567, #1-6 

Buffer Lab: on Monday Nov 24, 2014 you will complete a buffer lab  

Here is an additional Video on pH and Buffers 

The video below shows forward and reverse reactions (7.1-p. 423) in the textbook. 

 The video below refers to Dynamic Equilibrium (under the section Equilibrium Systems) 7.1 p. 420 in the Nelson Textbook

The video below is related to 7.2 Eqilibrium Law and the Equilibrium Constant (p.429 in the Textbook) 

7.4  Qualitative Changes in Equilibrium Systems  Le Chatelier's Principle (p. 439)

The video below is explaining the Acid-Base Equilibrium for the Ka lab that was completed on Nov 17, 2014 

From textbook, 8.1 (p. 492).


  Missing page in Textbook 5.4 Hess's Law Questions -Extra Practice and full solutions key 

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Missing pages in the textbook 5.5 Standard Enthalpies defintion  

6.5 Rates of Reaction  Solutions For textbook 

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Monday Nov 17, 2014 

Class at Main campus- Bring your lab sheets for Hess' Law and one for Molar Enthalpy. 

Tuesday Nov 18, 2014 

6.5- Rate Law 

Wednesday Nov 19, 2014 

Assessment Review  

Thursday Nov 20, 2014

Assessment on Chap 5 and 6-1 until 6.5 Rate Law and  

Friday Nov 21, 2014 

Blended Learning 


Rates of Reactions: Below, in the YouTube video,  gives you the reason why 

aA + bB =cC  + dD  

Stoichiometric Rates Relationships of  Reactions

In class we will examine the positive and negative signs of the concentrations of reactions.  We will solve questions p. 360, Practice #1- 3.  

Here is link to show an animation of the Rate of Reactions:

Friday Nov 7, 2014; Monday Nov 10, 2014 in Lab (Molar Enthalpy)

Blended Learning Finish the questions assigned in the textbook

-Finish the worksheet 

-Assessment on Hess' Law questions from C. 5 

Tuesday Ch. 

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Worksheet for 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4  

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Solution Keys for 5.2, 5.3, and 5.4  

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 Monday October 27, 2014 (in Class Lab Closed because of CAL exams) Bring a Laptop to class to work on Assessment on Materials.

In class: Work on Assessment on materials (Due: Nov 7, 2014) 

Finish worksheets: 5.1 Energy Changes, and worksheet Introduction to Thermochemistry...see definitions below: 

 5.1 Energy Changes

The ability to harness energy is one of the most important scientific endeavors.  Think in your life all of the energy devices you use and how you get your own personal energy. Below fill out the table and also create an annotated diagram to show all of the interactions, conversions of energy.




Everyday example of the concept in action.










Potential energy



Kinetic energy



Thermal energy









Chemical system






Open system



Closed system



Isolated system.




Describe and demonstrate how endothermic and exothermic reactions occur in chemical reactions. Make sure to include the chemical reaction and description.  

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Monday October 20, 2014 

Introduction to Thermochemistry 

Tuesday October 20, 2014

Introduction to Thermochemistry 

 Wednesday 15, 2014  

Thursday Oct 16, 2014

Friday Oct 17, 2014

University Talks 


School of Pharmacy Prof. Dr. P.T. Thomas Is pharmacy the right KS 7.29

(Dean, School of Pharmacy) career choice for me?

School of Architecture, Mr. Keith Tan Kay Hin Architecture as a Career KS 7.24

Building and Design (Associate Dean

– Enterprise & Industry)

School of Computing Mr. Tee Wee Jing (Lecturer) IT - A world of opportunities KS 7.25

and IT Dr. Raja Kumar Murugesan

(Deputy Dean – Academic Affairs

& Student Experience)

Note: Please bring your own device for the talk

(either smart phone/tablet/notebook)

School of Engineering Assoc. Prof. Dr. Leong Wai Yie Select the right Profession KS 7.30

(Lecturer) (Session 1)

Ms. Nurmala Irdawaty Hassan What is your next step?

(Lecturer) (Session 2)

School of Communication Mr. Hardip Singh Discovering Mass Collaborative

- (Program Director) Communication Studio Level 1

School of Biosciences Dr. Yap Wei Hsum (Lecturer) Career in Biosciences KS 7.28

(Session 1)

Dr. Teoh Ming Li (Lecturer) Career in Biosciences

(Session 2)

Taylor's Business School Ms. Ratneswary Rasiah Business: Discover Your KS 7.23

(Associate Dean Possibilities

 Video for Nova: Carbon Nanotubes  

Hybridization and how it work of sp2 and sp

 SCH4U test - unit 2 – Atomic Structure and Molecular Properties

1. What factors are the most important in determining the shape and properties of molecules? Discuss the how learning the quantum mechanical model of the atom has  advanced your understanding of the structure of the atom. 

2. Predict the shape and properties of a molecule of x hope for tricky one... 

3. Build/interpret couple shapes, electron energy level diagrams, electron configurations. 

4. Bonding orbitals form when two half-filled orbitals of different atoms overlap, either side-by-side or end-to end. Carbon bonds four times, as in CH4. Show how C atoms ([He]2s22px12py1, with two half-filled orbitals, can bond four times. 

5. What is signified by the notation xxxxx? What information does that code contain (and who doesn't like codes?) about the structure and energy of an atom and its components? What new ideas led to the understanding that produced this code? 

6. Rank A and B in order of increasing polarity. Convince your reader of your ordering with explicit and proficient use of VSEPR and bonding theory. 

7. What information would you want on a cheat sheet for a test on atomic structure and the properties of matter? 

8. How does atomic structure affect molecular architecture and properties? Use 3-4 examples skillfully. 

9. The “aufbau diagram” order goes 2p3p4s3d4p5s4d5p…what’s with the crazy pattern? Explain the use of the aufbau diagram. 

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Friday October 3, 2014

Complete the worksheets from last blended Learning and complete the sheets. 

Thursday Oct 2, 2024 

Complete the worksheets for the last few classes.  

Below is a reference from the following link and the PDF file.  


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Monday Lab: Bring a textbook and laptop to the Lab at Maincampus 2nd floor 

 1. Video "A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics" from worksheet. 

Here is the videos for the blended learning assignment: 

1. Video "A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics" from worksheet. 

Below is "Understanding MRIs" 

"How does an MRI work?" 

 Synthetic Urine

"Doping to win" 


Friday Sept 19, 2014 

For new students OSSLT

For students who have already passed the OSSLT-Blended Learning is:

Book Questions, p. 166, Practice, #1-4

Practice Questions, P.170, #1 and 2. 

Start Reading p.194, ionic Bond, isoelectric, covalent, bonding electron pair.

Monday Sept 22, 2014

Lab on Alcohols 

Friday Blended Learning Study for the Common Wednesday Test 

MONDAY LAB Sept 16, 2014/ Tuesday is a HOliday. 

Common Assessment on Wednesday  Sept 17, 2014

The quantum mechanical model of the atom resulted from new ideas and new evidence and proposed significant changes to what we understand about the nature and structure of the atom. In this activity, you will be asked to describe and analyze the changes in our conception of the atom from Bohr’s model to the quantum mechanical model.
a)      According to the quantum mechanical model, what is the nature of electrons? Use the ideas of Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, transition between energy levels, electron probability density, orbital, standing wave, and quantum numbers to describe the nature, location, and motion of electrons around the nucleus.
b)      Identify some of Bohr’s ideas about electrons and the atom that carry through into the quantum mechanical model. How did the quantum mechanical model update those ideas?
c)       Compare the energy level diagrams and electron configurations of a metal and a nonmetal. How do they relate to your prior learning about metals and nonmetals and their properties?

To help you study:  

Below is a diagram and timeline to help you understand the theory of atom  

 This is how the periodic table is built: 

The aufbau principal is based on the electron configuration of an atom. It states that an atom

is built up by the addition of electrons filling orbitals in the order 1s, 2s, 2p, 3s, etc. The periodic

table is also arranged in order of the electron configuration. The elements in the first period have

electrons that fill the 1s subshell, the elements in the second period have electrons that fill the 2s

and 2p subshells, and so on. In this way, the aufbau principal can be mapped on to the periodic

table and can be used to explain its structure


Below Shows the breakdown of the Periodic Table based on  Shells (n =); subshells (s,p,d). Review from the textbook, 3.4,  P. 153-158.   

The diagram below is taken from Slide #12 of the Blended Learning Assignment:

Remembers n=1 is 1s orbital. 

Quantum numbers from the textbook:  Section 3.4, P.153-158, Remember: 

 2 p x

2= n value

p=l value 

x= ml (  value orientation into space) 

Make sure you can draw the orbitals for  d (see p. 157)

Also see from textbook: p. 155 


Below is Figure #4 from your textbook, p. 155. You should be able to build the confirmation using from the class activity.  

The most important table is the Shapes and Orientation table p. 156, from your textbook 


Below summarises the  Orbitals, Wave Function of 3.3, p. 148-152 

Tuesday Sept 9, 2014 

Finish your poster and your periodic table. Materials are at the back of the room. Also, finish the blended learning assignment from Friday.

Friday Sept 5, 2014 

Finish the questions within the Google Doc powerpoint " U2: Structure and Properties of Matter", 

Monday Sept 8, 2014 

In Lab for 1.6 Carboxlic Acid 

 Wednesday Sept 3 and Thursday Sept 4, 2014 

 In your groups of 3 to 4: you will create a large poster and modify your periodic table to include today's modern theory of the atomic model. You will need your textbook and a device to access the Internet, You will work on this for the next 1.5 periods.  

Due Dates: All research on "Toxic Substances" and "Label for your toxic substance" must be handed in by Wednesday 

Thursday All of the Lab Sheets- 3 of them-  Must be answered, a short report on observations made in the lab  and graphs must, also be handed in . 

Friday Blended Learning- Polymerization Assignment (based on Chapter 2  

Common Test- Tuesday Sept 2, 2014

IMPORTANT INFORMATION- Section 4.7(p. 239 explains inter molecular forces, dipole-dipole and hydrogen bonding) 

You must be able to justify the boiling points of various substances using molecular theory. 
You must be able to build carboxylic acids 

You must be able to 

 Monday August 25, 2014- in Class- NO LABS 

Finish Triglycerides 

Tuesday August 26, 2014-  Finish naming of Amine

Work on naming of amines p.58, # 1 and 2.  

Wednesday August 27, 2014- Polymerisation

Review Questions for Tuesday Sept 2, 2014

Thursday August 28, 2014 

Friday August 22, 2014 

Send your Blended Learning to:

Monday August 25, 2014- in Class- NO LABS 

Monday August 18, 2014 

Lab on 1st floor (Lab #4) Main campus-remember to bring Goggles. 

Tuesday August 19, 2014 


Wednesday August 20, 2014 

Thursday August 21, 2014 

Assessment on naming and definitions

Friday August 22, 2014. 

 Monday August 11, 2014 

You need to come to class because teachers are responsible for calling home. So I have to do it! There are few students who have been missing classes. 

In class we finished: 1.4 finish alcohol reactions. Reactions of alcohols. 

Do practice, p. 34, #1 and 2. p. 37, #1 &2

Do Ethers, Practice, p. 38, #1 and 2. 

Thiols- define and naming rules according to IUPAC. 

Tuesday August 12, 2014 

Review Questions, p. 39, #1-6.

Define Carbonyl group, and aldehyde and ketone, 

Name IUPAC (Remember International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) 

Wednesday August 13, 2014 

Assessment on Naming of Alkanes, Alkenes, and Alkynes. 

Thursday August 14, 2014 

1.6 Carboxylic Acids, Esters, and Fats 

Define each one, name them and 

Friday August 15, 2014 

Blended Learning- you must have a Google Doc sent to me with your information on it. 

Monday August 18, 2014 

In lab 4, 1st flight of stairs. 

Monday August 4, 2014  

You must have a textbook for Tuesday August 5, 2014 

Thursday  August 7, 2014 and to Work on Friday 8, 2014 and other blended learning Assignments

Hopefully by Friday you snapped a picture of a product list  that you use

everyday such as deodorant, after shave, cologne.  You want to pick out a product ingredient to research. You may also want to pick a toxic ingredient out as well.   

  1. Find and organize examples, sources, manufacturers, uses, and associated hazards or risks of some organic compounds. [Knowledge and Understanding]  
    1. For one of the compounds above,


    a)    find an online MSDS

    3. a)    assess the danger to human health or to the environment associated with the compound

              b)  a)    draw a WHMIS label for the compound based on the MSDS

    ·      labels provide workers with information related to the hazards of a compound and to its safe handling

Class Work:  

Finish naming the ethers and thiols.  

Review in class for chemical reactions: 

P.  15, Complete Combustion 

P. 23, Addition Reaction 

P. 25, Markovnikov's rule 

P. 30 What are the 6 "Reactions of Aromatic Compounds)?  

P. 35, Show the steps for  making the production of  butan-2-ol. 

Review Questions from Textbook: 

Naming of Alcohols: p. 34, #1 &2. 

Review of Reactions and Naming: p. 27, #2, 3, 4. 

Extra Practice Questions 1.1: p. 17, #1-7

Extra Practice Questions 1.2: p. 27, #1-5

Extra Practice Questions, 1.3, #1-6. 

 Friday August 8, 2014 

Friday’s schedule and your venue:
9am - Mentor Assembly (new students: room 7.23 / returning: room 7.28)
10am - Mentor Meetings

Safety & U Workshop from 2-4pm at MPH

PERIOD 1 - 8.00 - 9.00 AM

PERIOD 2 - 9.00 - 10.00 AM

PERIOD 3 - 10.00 - 11.00 AM

PERIOD 4 - 11.00 - 12.00 PM

PERIOD 5 - 12.00 – 1.00 PM

PERIOD 6 - 1.00 – 2.00 PM