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1 Prentice Hall Chemistry (Wilbraham) 2008, National Student Edition - South Carolina Teacher s Edition High School C O R R E L A T E D T O High School

2 C-1.1 Apply established rules for significant digits, both in reading a scientific instrument and in calculating a derived quantity from measurement. Scientific Inquiry Standard C-1: The student will demonstrate an understanding of how scientific inquiry and technological design, including mathematical analysis, can be used appropriately to pose questions, seek answers, and develop solutions. Indicators SE/TE: 66-71, 140, 250, 275, 291, 318, 350, , , 419, 421, , 427, 439, 442, 456, 468, , , 533, 538, ; QuickLab: 72, 308, 428, 522; Small Scale Lab: 94, 120, 137, 304, 367, 497; App.C: R59-61; App.D: R80-81 TE: SC T36-39 TR: Lab Manual: Exp #4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 28, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 43; Core Teaching Resource: 56, 72, 77, 78-79; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 21; Transparencies: T22, T25-26, T304; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#5, 6, 13, 19, 20, 25, 27, 38, 39: Standardized Test Prep: Topic 12 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 3.1 C-1.2 Use appropriate laboratory apparatuses, technology, and techniques safely and accurately when conducting a scientific investigation. SE/TE: QuickLab: 45, 142, 199, 226, 279, 308, 428, 522, 544, 653, 682, 684; Small Scale Labs: 26, 56, 94, 120, 137, 179, 200, 267, , 367, 372, 437, 458, 497, 533, 574, 655, 753, 774 C-1.3 Use scientific instruments to record measurement data in appropriate metric units that reflect the precision and accuracy of each particular instrument. TE: Teacher Demonstration: 75 TR: Lab Manual: p , All 52 experiments; Small Scale Lab Manual: p. 6-14, Exp.#5, 6, 8, 13, 19, 20, 24, 25, 27, 28, 35, 38, 39 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 16, 17, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 SE/TE: 64-65, 73-79, 96; QuickLab: 308, 372, 428, 522; Small Scale Lab: 94, 120, 137, 304, 367, 458, 497, 533, 574, 774 TE: Class Activity: 76 1

3 TR: Lab Manual: Exp.#1, 2, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 19, 23, 24, 25, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 39, 43, 52; Core Teaching Resource: 66-67, 81-82; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#5, 6, 13, 19, 20, 25, 27, 38, 39; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 12 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 C-1.4 Design a scientific investigation with appropriate methods of control to test a hypothesis (including independent and dependent variables), and evaluate the designs of sample investigations. SE/TE: QuickLab: 23; Small Scale Lab: 56, 94, 120, 137, 200, 245, 304, 345, 367, 400, 437, 458, 497, 533, 574, 655, 684, 708, 753, 774, 809 TE: Class Activity: 525 TR: Lab Manual: Exp. #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 51; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #10, 14, 15, 16, 18, 27, 32, 36, 38, 39, 41 C-1.5 Organize and interpret the data from a controlled scientific investigation by using mathematics (including formulas, scientific notation, and dimensional analysis), graphs, models, and/or technology. C-1.6 Evaluate the results of a scientific investigation in terms of whether they verify or refute the hypothesis and what the possible sources of error are. TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 27 SE/TE: 30, 80-83, 171, ; QuickLab: 142, 175, 199, 226, 279, 308, 326, 372, 428, 653;Small Scale Lab: 94, 120, 137, 179, 200, 245, 267, 304, 345, 367, 437, 458, 497, 533, 574, 655, 774; App. C: R56-58, TE: Teacher Demo: 90, Class Activity: 81 TR: Lab Manual: Exp. #4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 39, 43, 49, 52; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #5, 6, 8, 13, 16, 18, 19, 20, 27, 31, 38, 39, 41 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 SE/TE: QuickLab: 23, 226, 522; Small Scale Lab: 200, 533, 574, 684, 774 TE: Class Activity: 21 2

4 C-1.7 Evaluate a technological design or product on the basis of designated criteria. TR: Lab Manual: Exp.#2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#27, 38 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 17 SE/TE: Small Scale Lab: 137, 179, 708 TR: Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #3, 4, 7, 8, 30, 33, 36 C-1.8 Use appropriate safety procedures when conducting investigations. SE/TE: QuickLab: 45, 142, 199, 226, 279, 308, 428, 522, 544, 653, 682; Small Scale Lab: 26, 56, 94, 120, 137, 179, 200, 245, 267, 304, 345, 367, 437, 458, 497, 533, 574, 655, 684, 753, 774; App. D: R80-81 TE: SC T38-39 TR: Lab Manual: p.5-9, T , All 52 experiments; Core Teaching Resource: 45; Small Scale Lab Manual: p.4-5, All 41 experiments Standard C-2: Students will demonstrate an understanding of atomic structure and nuclear processes. Indicators C-2.1 Illustrate electron configurations by using orbital notation for representative elements. C-2.2 Summarize atomic properties (including electron configuration, ionization energy, electron affinity, atomic size, and ionic size). SE/TE: , 164, 166, 442 TE: Class Activity: 134 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 117 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Simulation 2 SE/TE: , 122, , , 153, , , 207, 211, 250 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 36-39; Transparencies: T60; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #9, 10; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 1 3

5 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 4.3, Problem-Solving 5.9 C-2.3 Summarize the periodic table s property trends (including electron configuration, ionization energy, electron affinity, atomic size, ionic size, and reactivity). SE/TE: 118, 161, , , , 185, , 210, 250, 284, 318, 350, 410, 535; Writing Activity: 178, 181; Inquiry Activity: 154; QuickLab: 175 TE: Class Activity: 172; Teacher Demonstration: 174, 176 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 138, , ; Guided Reading and Study Guide: 54-56; Lab Manual: Exp. #9; Transparencies: T69-72, T74; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 2 TECH: cdn-1062; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 6.2, 6.3 C-2.4 Compare the nuclear reactions of fission and fusion to chemical reactions (including the parts of the atom involved and the relative amounts of energy released). SE/TE: , 821 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 677, : Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 54-56; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 11 TECH: cdn-1043; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 25.3 C-2.5 Compare alpha, beta, and gamma radiation in terms of mass, charge, penetrating power, and the release of these particles from the nucleus. SE/TE: , 821, 825 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 661, 674, , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp. #52; Transparencies: T ; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 11 TECH: cdn-1043; Interactive Textbook: Assessment

6 C-2.6 Explain the concept of half-life, its use in determining the age of materials, and its significance to nuclear waste disposal. SE/TE: , 810, 821; Small Scale Lab: 809 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 663; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 270 TECH: cdn-1252; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 25.2 The following indicators should be selected as appropriate to a particular course for additional content and depth: C-2.7 Apply the predictable rate of nuclear decay (half-life) to determine the age of materials. SE/TE: 806, 821, 825; Technology and Science: 814 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 664, 669, , 682; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 274; Transparencies: T292; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 11 TECH: cdn-1043, cdn- 1252; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 25.2, Problem-Solving 25.7 C-2.8 Analyze a decay series chart to determine the products of successive nuclear reactions and write nuclear equations for disintegration of specified nuclides. SE/TE: , , C-2.9 Use the equation E = mc2 to determine the amount of energy released during nuclear reactions. C-3.1 Predict the type of bonding (ionic or covalent) and the shape of simple compounds by using Lewis dot structures and oxidation numbers. TE: 811 Standard C-3: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the structures and classifications of chemical compounds. Indicators SE/TE: , 194, 196, 207, 211, 215, , , , 284, 318, 468, , 824; Inquiry Activity: 212; Connecting Concepts: 270 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 215, Class Activity: 218 5

7 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 163, 171, 184, 193, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 61-62; Transparencies: T76, 86, TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 7.1, 7.2, 8.2, Problem-Solving 7.12, 8.8, 8.10 C-3.2 Interpret the names and formulas for ionic and covalent compounds. SE/TE: 195, 215, , , , , , , 285, 318, 350, 382, 410, 442, 538, 584; Inquiry Activity: 252; Small Scale Lab: 267 C-3.3 Explain how the types of intermolecular forces present in a compound affect the physical properties of compounds (including polarity and molecular shape). TE: Class Activity: 261, 263, 265, 269; Teacher Demonstration: 262, 264 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 216, , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 81-83, 86-87; Transparencies: T97, 102, 103; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #12; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 1 TECH: cdn-1092; Virtual Chem Lab: 12; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 7.2, 9.2, 9.3, 9.5 Problem- Solving 9.11, 9.12 SE/TE: , , 214, , 227, , , , 251, 385, 390, 396, , , 502, 628, , , , 727, , 736, 739, ; Connecting Concepts: ; Writing Activity: 236; Inquiry Activity: 444 TE: Class Activity: 232; Teacher Demonstration: 240, 243 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 325, 377, 383; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 73-76, ; Lab Manual: Exp. # 11; Transparencies: T92, 161 TECH: cdn-1072, cdn- 1092, cdn-1112, cdn-1121; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 8.4, 15.1, Animation 19 6

8 C-3.4 Explain the unique bonding characteristics of carbon that have resulted in the formation of a large variety of organic structures. SE/TE: , , , , , , , , , , TR: Core Teaching Resource: 567 TECH: cdn-1224; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 22.1 C-3.5 Illustrate the structural formulas and names of simple hydrocarbons (including alkanes and their isomers and benzene rings). SE/TE: , , , 719, 720, 723, 760, 796, 824; QuickLab: 707; TE: Teacher Demonstration: 694, 696; Class Activity: 695 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 573, 575, , 584, 586, 588, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: , 240, ; Lab Manual: Exp. #49; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #37; Transparencies: T , 258; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 10 TECH: cdn-1221, cdn- 1224; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 22.1, 22.3, 22.4, Problem-Solving 22.1, 22.3, The following indicators should be selected as appropriate to a particular course for additional content and depth: C-3.6 Identify the basic structure of common polymers (including proteins, nucleic acids, plastics, and starches). SE/TE: , , , 824; QuickLab: 780; Small Scale Lab 753 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 767, 770 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 610, 617, 633, 639, 646, 653; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: , ; Transparencies: T274, TECH: cdn-1242, cdn- 1243, cdn-1244; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 23.4, 24.2, 24.3, 24.4,

9 C-3.7 Classify organic compounds in terms of their functional group. SE/TE: , 761, 796 TE: Class Activity: 726, 727, 738 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 602, 609, , 623; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: , ; Transparencies: T , 266; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 10 TECH: cdn-1121; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 23.1, 23.2, 23.3 C-3.8 Explain the effect of electronegativity and ionization energy on the type of bonding in a molecule. SE/TE: , 177, , , 207, , 247, 249, 442 TECH: cdn-1063; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 8.4 C-3.9 Classify polymerization reactions as addition or condensation. C-3.10 Classify organic reactions as addition, elimination, or condensation. SE/TE: TE: Teacher Demonstration: 751 SE/TE: , Standard C-4: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the types, the causes, and the effects of chemical reactions. Indicators C-4.1 Analyze and balance equations for simple synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion reactions. SE/TE: , , 351, 358, 372, 382, 410, 442, 456, 502, 538, 544, 584, 628, 660, 690, 824; QuickLab: 326; Small Scale Lab: 367; Connecting Concepts: 643 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 327, 357 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , , 274, 276, , 283; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: , , ; Lab Manual: Exp. #14, T339; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #14, 21 Transparencies: T ; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 3 8

10 TECH: cdn-1111, cdn- 1121; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 11.1, 11.2, Problem-Solving 11.4, 11.6, 11.14, 11.17, 11.18, C-4.2 Predict the products of acid-base neutralization and combustion reactions. SE/TE: , 349, 382, 612, , 629 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 494, 500, 506, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 117; Lab Manual: Exp. #42, T367 TECH: cdn-1112; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 19.4 C-4.3 Analyze the energy changes (endothermic or exothermic) associated with chemical reactions. SE/TE: , 514, 517, , 535, ; Small Scale Lab: 574 C-4.4 Apply the concept of moles to determine the number of particles of a substance in a chemical reaction, the percent composition of a representative compound, the mass proportions, and the mole-mass relationships. TE: Teacher Demonstration: 506, 515 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 430; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 184: Lab Manual: Exp. #35; Transparencies: T181 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 18; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 17.1, Problem-Solving 17.1 SE/TE: , , 319, 350, , , , 383, 442, 410, 456, 468, 502, 538, 584, 628; Small Scale Lab: 367 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 357; Class Activity: 295 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 242, 244, , , , 295, , , 310; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 93-95, , , ; Lab Manual: Exp. #13, 19, 20, T344, T350; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp. #13, 18, 25; Transparencies: T107, 111, 125, 127, 128, 130, 226; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 3 9

11 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 3, 28, 30; cdn-1104, cdn-1103, cdn- 1111, cdn-1121; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 10.1, 10.2, 10.3, 12.1, Problem- Solving 10.18, 10.35, 12.12, 12.15; Simulation 13 C-4.5 Predict the percent yield, the mass of excess, and the limiting reagent in chemical reactions. SE/TE: , , 383, 410, 456; Inquiry Activity: 352; QuickLab: 372 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 294, 296, 298, , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp. #20; Transparencies: T ; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 3 TECH: cdn-1111, cdn- 1121; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 12.3, Problem-Solving 12.25, 12.28, C-4.6 Explain the role of activation energy and the effects of temperature, particle size, stirring, concentration, and catalysts in reaction rates. SE/TE: , , 581, 583, 585, 722; QuickLab: 544; Inquiry Activity: 540; Technology and Science: 548; Writing Activity: 547 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 546 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 467, 475, 479; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp.#36, 37, T361; Transparencies: T ; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 7 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 18.1, Animation 22, Simulation 23 The following indicators should be selected as appropriate to a particular course for additional content and depth: C-4.7 Summarize the oxidation and reduction processes (including oxidizing and reducing agents). SE/TE: , 643, 657, 659, 661, 690, 796; Inquiry Activity: 630; QuickLab: 653; Small Scale Lab: 655 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 632, 664; Class Activity: 634, 642,

12 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 537; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp. #48, T371; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#35, 35; Transparencies: T232, 237; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 9 TECH: cdn-1112, cdn- 1201, cdn-1202; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 20.1, Problem-Solving 20.1 C-4.8 Illustrate the uses of electrochemistry (including electrolytic cells, voltaic cells, and the production of metals from ore by electrolysis). SE/TE: , , 685, 687, 689, 760; Inquiry Activity: 662; QuickLab: 682; Small Scale Lab: 684 TR: Core Teaching Resource: ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#36; Transparencies: T , TECH: cdn-1201, cdn- 1210, cdn-1213; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 21.1, 21.2, 21.3 C-4.9 Summarize the concept of chemical equilibrium and Le Châtelier s principle. SE/TE: , , 628 C-4.10 Explain the role of collision frequency, SE/TE: the energy of collisions, and the orientation of molecules in reaction rates. TE: Teacher Demonstration: 555 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 476, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp. #38, T363; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#29; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 7 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 18.2, Animation 23, Simulation 24 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 555 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 479; Guided Reading and Study Workbook:

13 Standard C-5: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the structure and behavior of the different phases of matter. Indicators C-5.1 Explain the effects of the intermolecular forces on the different phases of matter. C-5.2 Explain the behaviors of gas; the relationship among pressure, volume, and temperature; and the significance of the Kelvin (absolute temperature) scale, using the kinetic-molecular theory as a model. C-5.3 Apply the gas laws to problems concerning changes in pressure, volume, or temperature (including Charles s law, Boyle s law, and the combined gas law). SE/TE: 196, 201, 214, 385, 390, 396, , 700, 703, 704, 711, 727, 732, 736, 739, ; Inquiry Activity: 444 TR: Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 139 SE/TE: 77-78, , , 440, 458, 584; Inquiry Activity: 412; Technology and Society: 430; Writing Activity: 389, 417 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 419; Class Activity: 388, 422 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 325, 330, , , , 355, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: , ; Transparencies: T151; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 4 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 11, 12; cdn-1142; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 13.1, 14.1, 14.2 SE/TE: , , 443, 468, 502, 538, 584, 660, 690, 722, 760 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 350, 355, 360, 363, ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp.#23, 24; Transparencies: T TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 11, 12; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 14.2, Problem-Solving 14.8, 14.10, 14.12, C-5.4 Illustrate and interpret heating and SE/TE: , , , 411 cooling curves (including how boiling and melting points can be identified and how boiling points vary with changes in pressure). TR: Core Teaching Resource: ; Lab Manual: Exp.#22; Transparencies: T143 TECH: cdn

14 C-5.5 Analyze the energy changes involved in calorimetry by using the law of conservation of energy as it applies to temperature, heat, and phase changes (including the use of the formulas q = mc T [temperature change] and q = mlv and q = mlf [phase change] to solve calorimetry problems). The following indicators should be selected as appropriate to a particular course for additional content and depth: SE/TE: 506, , , , 539, 722 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 432, 434, 437; Transparencies: T184 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab 17, 19; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 17.2, 17.3, Problem- Solving C-5.6 Use density to determine the mass, volume, or number of particles of a gas in a chemical reaction. C-5.7 Apply the ideal gas law (pv = nrt) to solve problems. SE/TE: , 302, SE/TE: 426, 439 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 352, 356, 365, TECH: Virtual Chem Lab 13, 14; cdn-1141; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 14.3, Problem-Solving C-5.8 Analyze a product for purity by following the appropriate assay procedures. C-5.9 Analyze a chemical process to account SE/TE: Small Scale Labs: 367, 533 for the weight of all reagents and solvents by following the appropriate material balance procedures. Standard C-6: The student will demonstrate an understanding of the nature and properties of various types of chemical solutions. Indicators C-6.1 Summarize the process by which solutes dissolve in solvents, the dynamic equilibrium that occurs in saturated solutions, and the effects of varying pressure and temperature on solubility. SE/TE: 451, 465, , 499, 503,

15 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 409, , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp.#30; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#28; Transparencies: T170 TECH: cdn-1161; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 15.2, 16.1 C-6.2 Compare solubility of various substances in different solvents (including polar and nonpolar solvents and organic and inorganic substances). C-6.3 Illustrate the colligative properties of solutions (including freezing point depression and boiling point elevation and their practical uses). SE/TE: 344, 450, 451, 465, 466, 473, 560, 700, 732, 736, 739, ; Inquiry Activity: 692 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 700 TR: Lab Manual: Exp.#27, T352 TECH: cdn-1072 SE/TE: , , 499, 501, 503, 584; Inquiry Activity: 470; Connecting Concepts: 490 TE: Class Activity: 489 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 406, 408, 420; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: ; Lab Manual: Exp.#33; Transparencies: T178 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 16.3 C-6.4 Carry out calculations to find the concentration of solutions in terms of molarity and percent weight (mass). SE/TE: , 499, 501, 503, 584, 628, 660, 690, 760; Writing Activity: 486 TE: Class Activity: 483 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 402, 407, 412, , ; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 176; Lab Manual: Exp.#37; Small Scale Lab Manual: 18, 19; Transparencies: T172 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 26; cdn-1104, cdn-1111; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 16.2, Problem-Solving 16.8,

16 C-6.5 Summarize the properties of salts, acids, and bases. SE/TE: , 594, 605, 614, 618, 619, 625; Inquiry Activity: 586 TE: Teacher Demonstration:588 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 487, 497, 506; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: TECH: cdn-1094, cdn- 1191, cdn-1192; Interactive Textbook: 19.1 C-6.6 Distinguish between strong and weak common acids and bases. SE/TE: , 625, 629 TR: Core Teaching Resource: , 498; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 214; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#32 TECH: cdn-1094, cdn- 1191, cdn-1192; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 19.3 C-6.7 Represent common acids and bases by their names and formulas. SE/TE: , , 605, 626, 722 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 218, 220, 222; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 84 TECH: cdn-1112; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 9.4 The following indicators should be selected as appropriate to a particular course for additional content and depth: C-6.8 Use the hydronium or hydroxide ion concentration to determine the ph and poh of aqueous solutions. SE/TE: , , 629, 660, 690, 722; App.C: R78-79 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 497, 503, , 509, 511; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 218; Lab Manual: Exp.#41; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#30; Transparencies: T TECH: cdn-1094, cdn- 1112, cdn-1191, cdn-1192; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 19.2, Problem-Solving 19.12,

17 C-6.9 Explain how the use of a titration can determine the concentration of acid and base solutions SE/TE: , 625, 629, 660 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 493; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 216; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#16; Transparencies: T228 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 26; cdn-1094, cdn-1191, cdn C-6.10 Interpret solubility curves to determine saturation at different temperatures. C-6.11 Use a variety of procedures for separating mixtures (including distillation, crystallization filtration, paper chromatography, and centrifuge). SE/TE: 474, TR: Core Teaching Resource: 410 SE/TE: 46-47, 58, ; QuickLab: 45 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 313 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 51; Lab Manual: Exp.#26, 32; Small Scale Manual: Exp. #11 C-6.12 Use solubility rules to write net ionic equations for precipitation reactions in aqueous solution. SE/TE: , , 351, 382, 502, 538, , 582; Small Scale Lab: 345, 574 TE: Teacher Demonstration: 562 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 270, 272, 280, 284; Guided Reading and Study Workbook: 118, ; Lab Manual: Exp.#16, 17, 20; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#17, 22, 24, 26, 29; Standardized Test Prep: Topic 3 TECH: Virtual Chem Lab: 22; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 11.3, Problem-Solving

18 C-6.13 Use the calculated molality of a solution to calculate the freezing point depression and the boiling point elevation of a solution. C-6.14 Represent neutralization reactions and reactions between common acids and metals by using chemical equations. SE/TE: , 499, 500, 501, 796 TR: Core Teaching Resource: 406, 408, 412, 417, ; Transparencies: T179 TECH: Interactive Textbook: Assessment 16.4, Problem-Solving SE/TE: , 625, 629, 690; Small scale lab: 655 TR: Lab Manual: Exp.#41, 42, T366; Small Scale Lab Manual: Exp.#15 TECH: cdn-1112; Interactive Textbook: Assessment 19.4 C-6.15 Analyze the composition of a chemical sample by using gas chromatography. SE/TE: Technology and Society:

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