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1 AP Chemistry Welcome to AP Chemistry! I am so excited to have you in this course next year! To get geared up for the class, there are some things that you need to do this summer. None of it is due during the summer, but rather the first few days back at school. Here s what you need to do before Day 1: Purchase a 3ring binder (you could start with a 2 binder)  label one section Notes/Examples  label another Problems  label the last one Tests/Quizzes me with the that you will be checking frequently send me an by June 17 th to Take care of the following for Day 1: o Fill in the Student Information Sheet o Put the AP Chemistry Equations sheet in the front of your binder we will be adding equations to this throughout the year. If there are any equations you would like to put on there from Chapter 1, feel free to do so. o Chemical Symbols List There will be a quiz on the 1 st day of school o Conversions for FactorLabel Problems (resource) o Chapter 1 Reading Guide Sections o 1.5 Notes/Guided Problems o 1.6 Dimensional Analysis Practice o Chapter 1 Problems (from ) from the book o Chapter 1 Review Questions (Worksheet) **I will have answer keys to these assignments ed to you on July 1 st ** ** If you have any questions, please feel free to me at ** Have a wonderful summer and see you this fall! Ms. Agnew
2 Welcome to AP Chemistry! Syllabus The important thing in science is not so much to obtain new facts as to discover new ways of thinking about them. Sir William Lawrence Bragg I am so excited to help you learn about the wonders of chemistry at a much deeper level as well as developing a positive attitude and some new techniques for thinking and problem solving. Instructor: Ms. Katie Agnew Classroom: Room 103 Voic x6389 **** or Course Description: This course is designed to be equivalent to a college level freshmen general chemistry course. Students taking this course will attain a depth of understanding fundamentals of chemistry and competence in dealing with chemical problems. This is a twohour long course consisting of lectures, discussions, and laboratory investigations. Students who take this course will have an opportunity to take the AP Chemistry exam in May. Supplies:  Text: Chemistry: The Central Science, 12 th Ed. (Brown, LeMay, et. al.)  3ring binder for handouts, notes, assignments  Scientific calculator that can do logarithms Grading: The grading for this course will be based on 2 different types of work. Tests/Quizzes/Labs/Projects 80% Homework 20% The semester grade is a calculated average of your two quarter grades (90%) plus your semester exam score (10%). All students must take the semester 1 exam. You must take the semester 2 exam if you do not take the AP exam in May. A+ = % B+ = 8789% C+ = 7779% D+ = 6769% A = 9396% B = 8386% C = 7376% D = 6366% A = 9092% B = 8082% C = 7072% D = 6062%
3 Course Procedures: Behavior o Treat each other with respect. o Laboratory safety is a priority. Absolutely no fooling around during labs. o Please minimize your hall pass requests. You will usually be given a break halfway through class. This is when you can go to your locker or the bathroom. Homework Policy o This class moves at a fast pace, and it is very important that you DO NOT get behind! o There will be no reduction in points for late work. The goal of the class is to understand the material before the AP Exam in May. For some students, it may take a little more time to understand certain topics. Tests o There will be a chapter test with (almost) every chapter. These can sometimes come up fast, as we move quickly through the material in this course. Students will be able to retake parts (generally the more skillbased questions rather than basic recall) of each test. They will need to decide what portion they would like to retake. o Midterm Exam at the end of Quarters 1 and 3 (no retakes allowed) o Semester Exam at the end of Quarter 2 (no retakes allowed) Labs o On average, there will be 1 lab with each chapter. o If you miss a lab, touch base with me to either make it up or find an alternative assignment/project. HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN AP CHEMISTRY: 1. Simple rule: Never leave class without understanding what we covered that day. 2. Get help when needed, as soon as you feel like you need it. I am available most days after school in 103 and during Homeroom in 105 (get a pass from me ahead of time). The best way to get a hold of me outside of the school day is via Spend some time every night on your AP Chemistry, even if the written assignment is finished. Read over your notes or the pertinent material from the text. Get to love your book! 4. Try not to be absent. We cover a lot of difficult material every day. Since AP Chemistry is equivalent to college Chemistry, you cannot afford to miss class.
4 STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET Miss Agnew AP Chemistry Your name: that you check most often: Year in School (circle one): Home Phone Number (if applicable): Mother s/guardian s Name: Mother s/guardian s Cell or Work Number (circle one): Father s/guardian s Name: Father s/guardian s Cell or Work Number (circle one): Parent/Guardian Extracurricular Activities: Outside Interests (hobbies, jobs, etc.): Why are you taking AP Chemistry? What is the best thing you did this summer? What do you fear most about this class? Where do you want to go to college? What would you like to major in?
5 AP Chemistry Equations Put this in the front of your binder. Label chapters. Feel free to rewrite or describe the equations.
6 CHEMICAL SYMBOLS QUIZ 1 ST DAY OF SCHOOL Each element on the periodic table has been given a one or twoletter abbreviation (in rare cases, three letters) which has been accepted universally in all languages. The first letter in a symbol is ALWAYS a capital letter and all other letters are lower case. Below is a list of 24 elements that we will be using frequently in AP Chemistry. You will have a QUIZ the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL on these 24 elements. You will need to provide symbols for 12 of them (given their names) and names for the other 12 (given their symbols). Spelling counts! C Carbon Li Lithium F Fluorine Si Silicon H Hydrogen Cl Chlorine I Iodine Mg Magnesium N Nitrogen Cu Copper O Oxygen Fe Iron P Phosphorus Pb Lead S Sulfur Hg Mercury Al Aluminum K Potassium Br Bromine Ag Silver Ca Calcium Na Sodium He Helium Sn Tin
7 Significant Figure Rules Counting 2 Cases: 1. If there are NO zeros in the number, EVERYTHING is significant. 2. If there ARE zeros, follow the following rules: a. Zeros BETWEEN nonzero digits are ALWAYS significant. Ex 1005 kg has FOUR sig figs Ex 7.03 cm has THREE sig figs b. Zeros AT THE BEGINNING of a number are NEVER significant. Ex 0.02 g has ONE sig fig Ex g has THREE sig figs (see next rule) c. Zeros AT THE END of a number ARE significant IF the number contains a decimal point. (No decimal point those end zeros don t count) Ex 3.0 cm has TWO sig figs **Note: Exponential terms (like 10 5 ) does NOT add to the # of sig figs** Ex x 10 5 has FOUR sig figs ********OR******** If there is a decimal in the number, start from the left find the first NONZERO number, and count everything behind it If there is NO DECIMAL, start from the right find the first NONZERO number, and count everything in front of it Calculations 2 Cases: Adding and Subtracting The result has the same number of decimal places as the measurement with the fewest decimal places. Ex) = Since the measurement with the fewest has one decimal place, the final answer can only have one decimal place, so the answer rounds to Multiplying and Dividing The result contains the same number of sig figs as the measurement with the fewest sig figs. Ex) x 5.2 = The first number has four sig figs and the second number has two sig figs. The final answer can only have two sig figs, which rounds the answer to 32
8 Metric Conversions Conversions for FactorLabel Problems (Dimensional Analysis) Length Volume Mass 10 mm = 1 cm 1000 ml = 1 L 1000 mg = 1 g 1000 mm = 1 m 1 cm 3 = 1 ml 1000 g = 1 kg 100 cm = 1 m 1 L = m m = 1 hm 1 L = 1000 cm m = 1 km English Conversions 12 in = 1 ft 8 fluid ounces = 1 cup 16 ounces = 1 lb 3 ft = 1 yard 2 cups = 1 pint 2000 lb = 1 ton 5280 ft = 1 mile 2 pints = 1 quart 4 quarts = 1 gallon English to Metric Conversions 1 km = mi 1 L = quarts 1 lb = g 1 mi = km 1 fluid ounce = ml 1 kg = lb 1 m = yd 1 gallon = L 1 in = 2.54 cm 1 in 3 = 16.4 cm 3 Temperatures K = C C = K C = 5/9 ( F  32 ) F = 9/5( C) + 32
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