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Chemistry II


CHEMISTRY II POWER STANDARDS 2014-15

First Semester

Power Standard  1: Stoichiometry 

The student will apply stoichiometric principles to reactions that occur in aqueous solution.  (DOK 4)

Power Standard 2:  Thermochemistry

The student will differentiate between temperature and heat flow, and classify chemical reactions as exothermic or endothermic. Students will investigate and use specific heat to solve problems involving heat flow and temperature changes and apply Hess’s Law to calculate enthalpy change in a reaction. (DOK 3)

Power Standard 3: Gases

The student will investigate and use the kinetic theory of gases, gas properties, and the gas laws (Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law, Gay-Lussac’s Law, Combined Gas Law, and the Ideal Gas Law) to predict the effects of changing one property on other gas properties, then apply those concepts to real world problems. (DOK 4)

Power Standard 4: Solutions

The student will be able to explain the dissolving process at the molecular level; investigate how temperature, pressure, and surface area affect the dissolving process; and calculate the concentration of a solute. (DOK 3)

 

Second Semester

Power Standard 5: Chemical Equilibrium

The student will develop an understanding of the factors that influence chemical reaction rates, such as concentration, temperature, and pressure, through investigative processes. The student will explain the role of catalyst; determine the activation energy in a chemical reaction; predict shifts in equilibrium according to Le Chatelier’s Principle; write and calculate an equilibrium constant expression; and predict precipitate formations. (DOK 3)

Power Standard 6: Acids and Bases

The student will differentiate between acids and bases; use the pH scale to characterize acid and base solutions; calculate the pH from the hydrogen-ion concentration; write balanced equations for reactions of acids and bases; and apply concepts to determine the strength of an acid or base through titrations. (DOK 4)

Power Standard 7: Redox Reactions

The student will apply oxidation-reduction and aqueous reaction chemistry to the interconversion of chemical and electrical energy. (DOK 3)

Power Standard 8: Nuclear Radiation

The student will differentiate between the most common types of radioactive decay in terms of nuclear changes, explain the amounts and kinds of damage produced by each type of radioactive decay, and calculate the amount of radioactive substance remaining after an integral number of half-lives have passed.  (DOK 3)

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