Chemistry 30 will expand on the study of chemical properties and bonds and ask learners to investigate what makes materials suitable for use in specific household and industrial applications.
We will also explore the nature of equilibrium in chemical reactions including solution chemistry and acid-base reactions. As we dive into the unit on electrochemistry, learners will explore oxidation-reduction reactions and the impact of electrochemistry on society and the environment.
Review of Basic Chemistry Concepts
Bonding and Material Properties
Solubility and Solutions
Acids and Bases: Acid-Base Equilibria
Student Directed Study (occurs throughout course)
Students need to have the following for this course. You will need to supply these items.
Elmer's white glue
graduated cylinder (or teaspoon and 1/2 c. measuring cup)
stir rod (or spoon)
weigh boat and scoopula (or wax paper and teaspoon)
beaker (or plastic container)
sodium chloride OR aluminum potassium sulfate
other materials as determined by student for lab activity
This course requires a midterm and a final exam to be supervised by a proctorLearn More