• WELCOME CHEMIST-IERS!!!This site may just save your grade ... or get you more interested in science.

    As crazy as this sounds …
    SCHOOL CAN BE FUN!
    The typical public opinion of Chemistry is that it is a very difficult class with information that is hard to understand. THEY ARE WRONG! Chemistry is a trying subject; you will learn new information and skills each class; it can be and will be much fun; there is much information that you can relate to your everyday life. You may even learn something you can impress other family members with. The least I expect of everyone is to try. The most I expect of everyone is to have fun each and every day in class.

    YOUR CLASS WILL USE CANVAS FOR ALL COURSE LEARNING.
    Starting 2017-2018 Academic Year.


    THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS WEBSITE …
    is to see if having a site dedicated to constant communication amongst you and your peers will increase your level of achievement in Chemistry & Forensic Science. While there are a number of you accessing this website for educational purposes, each time you LOG-IN to your respective classroom, you agree to the following rules:

    (1) You will show respect to yourself and your peers during ALL communications.

    (2) You will give knowledgeable, thoughtful, and thorough responses to any questions posted by your classmates.

    (3) You will REALIZE that I, the instructor, will be continuously monitoring this site. Therefore, any disrespect, immaturity, un-thoughtfulness will be found out and dealt with immediately.


  • COURSE INFORMATION
    Course Permission Acceptance Form <- This needs to be signed and turn in by student to show agreement with all previous documents.
     
    ONLINE TEXTBOOK Access
    www.pearsonrealize.com - I gave you the information form with the access code on Day 1 of the course.
     
     
    Chapter Notes, Assignments, Supplementary Resources
     
     
    Unit 1 - Review & Lab Orientation
     
    Unit 2 - Atomic Structure (the Electron)
     
    Unit 3 - Ionic & Molecular Compounds, Nomenclature
     
    Unit 4 - Chemical Quantities, Stoichiometry, Acids/Bases
     
    Unit 5 - Kinetic Theory, States of Matter, Solutions, Gas Laws
     
    Unit 6 - Thermochemistry, Kinetics, Equilibrium
     
    Final Exam Information