Chapter 16: 9-10 Homework
Textbook assignment: Read Kotz and Triechel, Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity Chapter 16: Sections 9 to 10.
Kotz and Triechel, Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity Chapter 16: Sections 9-10.
- 16.9 Acid dissociation depends on the bond strength between the hydrogen atom and the rest of the acid molecule.
- 16.10 Lewis acids and bases are described in terms of electron transfer, rather than H+ transfer. A Lewis acid accepts a pair of electrons, a Lewis base donates a pair of electrons.
Review acid types in the web lecture.
Read the following weblecture before chat: Lewis Acids and Bases
Videos for Chapter 16: Principles of Chemical Reactivity: The Chemistry of Acids and Bases
Review the Videos at Thinkwell Video Lessons.
- Under "ACIDS AND BASES"
- Acid and Base Strengths
- Lewis Acids and Bases
- Trends in Acid and Base Strengths
Chat Preparation Activities
- Essay question: The Moodle forum for the session will assign a specific study question for you to prepare for chat. You need to read this question and post your answer before chat starts for this session.
- Mastery Exercise: The Moodle Mastery exercise for the chapter will contain sections related to our chat topic. Try to complete these before the chat starts, so that you can ask questions.
- Required: Complete the Mastery exercise with a passing score of 85% or better.
- Go to the Moodle and take the quiz for this chapter.
(Aligns to) AP #13 GUIDED INQUIRY — Determining the Properties of a Buffer Solution I and II
Complete your data analysis and file your formal report.
- AP2009 19 - Preparation and Properties of Buffer Solutions
- APGIE Investigation 15 Buffering Activity: To What Extent Do Common Household Products Have Buffering Activity?
- IGHCE Lab 11.3 OR HSCKM VII-3 Observe the Characteristics of a Buffer Solution
- There is no alternate form for this lab
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