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Class rules, syllabus, grade info - whatever you want to call it Class Rules Class Rules
Chemistry Outcomes for the whole year Chem Outcomes Chem Outcomes
Unit I Introduction and Scientific Math Unit I Answers

Factor Label Practice

Scientific Notation

Unit I Answers

Factor Label Practice

Scientific Notation

Scientific Method, SI System

Errors

Energy & Matter

Read Between The Lines!

Unit II Atomic Theory Unit II Answers Unit II Answers

Atomic Theory

Nuclear

Unit III Quantum Mechanical Model & The Periodic Table Unit III Answers

Light Worksheet

Unit III Answers

Light Worksheet

Light

QM Model

Periodic Table

Mole

Unit IV Chemical Bonding Unit IV Answers

Binary Formula Worksheet

Binary Formula Rules

Unit IV Answers

Binary Formula Worksheet

Binary Formula Rules

Ionic Bonding

Covalent Bonding

Unit V Nomenclature Chemical Naming Worksheet

Required Ions

Practice Writing Names

Practice Writing Formulas

Writing Names Flow Chart

Writing Formulas Flow Chart

Chemical Naming Worksheet

Required Ions

Practice Writing Names

Practice Writing Formulas

Writing Names Flow Chart

Writing Formulas Flow Chart

"Notes" are in the flow charts and worksheets linked to the left
Unit VI Chemical Quantities Unit VI Answers

Molarity Worksheet

Molarity Worksheet Answers

Unit VI Answers

Molarity Worksheet

Molarity Worksheet Answers

Chemical Quantities

Empirical Formulas

Molarity

Unit VII Chemical Reactions Unit VII Answers

Equations Practice

Equations Answers

Limiting Reagent Problems

RedOx Problems

RedOx Answers

Unit VII Answers

Equations Practice

Equations Answers

Limiting Reagent Problems

RedOx Problems

RedOx Answers

Chemical Equations

Stoichiometry

Reaction Types

Limiting Reactants

Net Ionic Equations

Redox

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