Essestial Questions

1. How can the Periodic table be used to write formulas for compounds?

2. How are equations written to illustrate the Law of Conservation of Mass?

3. How does bonding occur between atoms to form new substances?

Essential Standard

PSc.2.2 Understand chemical bonding and chemical interactions.

Clarifying Objective

PSc.2.2.5 Classify types of reactions such as synthesis, decomposition, single replacement or double replacement.PSc.2.2.1 Infer valence electrons, oxidation number, and reactivity of an element based on its location in the Periodic Table.

 

PSc.2.2.2 Infer the type of chemical bond that occurs, whether covalent, ionic or metallic, in a given substance.

 

PSc.2.2.3 Predict chemical formulas and names for simple compounds based on knowledge of bond formation and naming conventions

 

PSc.2.2.4 Exemplify the Law of Conservation of mass by balancing chemical equations.

 

PSc.2.2.5 Classify types of reactions such as synthesis, decomposition, single replacement or double replacement.

 

Unit Vocabulary

Bohr Model

Oxidation Number

Reactivity

Valence

Atom

Molecule

Bond

Law of Conservation of Mass

Metal

Nonmetal

Metalloid

Ionic

Metallic

Covalent

Mass

Combustion

Power Point

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