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  • 1. Welcome to Chemistry II – Day VI Portland Summer Scholars Mr. Treothe Bullock – Instructor Unit 7 - Chemical Naming &  Final Project Presentations Namenclature -  Check In  Last Questions – review of learning  Sign up for 4-25, 5-2 & 5-9 targets  Test  Chemical Equations and  Due with the test is all Unit 6 & 7 Lab Reactions - Chapter 8 and Notebook work – Must be self  The Law of Conservation of mass scored before turning in applied to chemical reactions  Complete Balancing Chemical Midterm Grades will go out Reaction Equations  Reaction Types – Overview and tomorrow based on Practice  Review Presentations  Unit 7 exam  Unit 6 & 7 lab and notebook work
  • 2. Homwork for Week VII Be ready to review Chapter 8 – Sections 1& 2 Completed Balancing Equations Quiz and Reaction Types Worksheet Continue to Progress on Final Project Presentation Work
  • 3. Types of Chemical Reaction Synthesis Reactions  Single Replacement Reactions  A + X  AX  A + BX  AX + B  Elements with Oxygen and  Or Sulfur  Y + BX  BY + X  Reactions of Metals with  Replacement of Halogens  A Metal in Compound by  Synthesis Reactions with another Metal Oxides  Hydrogen in Water by a Decomposition Reactions Metal  Hydrogen in an Acid by a  AX  A + X Metal  Binary compounds  Halogens  Metal Carbonates  Metal Hydroxides  2nd version video  Metal Chlorates  Acids Version 2 video
  • 4. Types of Chemical Reaction Double Replacement Reactions  AX + BY  AY + BX  Formation of a  Precipitate  Gas  Water Version 2 video Combustion Reactions – A substance combines with Oxygen releasing a large amount of energy in the form of light and heat
  • 5. Jig Saw Project (If your group completes do Combustion as well ) First group is assigned a  Second Groups will have reaction type – Make sure representative from all everybody in the group can – reaction types – You will –  Explain the reaction type and  Explain you reaction type – why it happens styles – vocabulary and  Give and explain important specific examples for each vocabulary terms associated reaction type with the type  Complete your notes as other  Give specific examples of types are explained each style of the reaction type  Answer the question – Which of the first four reaction types could a specific combustion reaction also be considered to be?
  • 6. Tutorial Extra Credit – 15 points I. Prepare questions you have for tutor – a minimum of 1 question from each of the 3 levels. II. Take at a minimum of 1 page of notes from tutorial session. III. Have a signature from the tutor confirming your work with them.
  • 7. Test Recovery If you scored under 90% and would like to improve your gradefollow the steps below. 89% is the highest grade allowed onrecovered tests. ½ Credit is given for all questions corrected asinstructed. I. State what your  III. State the correct mistaken question and answer. answer were.  IV. Justify your answer II. Explain the thinking with a reference in the error that caused you to text. Show any work miss the question. necessary to solve the problem.

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