Unit 2

Equilibrium

Review (as necessary)

Date, Topic (Dates Instructor will be absent)
Monday  Sept. 29,  Thermodynamics  
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections  6-1 to 6-2, starting pg 117
2. Watch videos:  Intro. to equilibrium  and  Thermodynamics and equilibrium
3. Do the  Thermodynamics worksheet
In class: practice!
Text book Q’s 6-3, 6-5, 6-8
Due at the end of class:
 Textbook Q’s

Wednesday Oct. 1,  and Solubility product
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections  6-3, starting pg 121
2. Watch videos: solubility product
3. Do the  Solubility Product  worksheet  – collecting the factual information, we will do problems in class.
Due at the beginning of class:
none, but you will only be using the worksheet in class, no textbook, as discussed on Monday.
In class:
worksheet and 6-16
Due at the end of class:  worksheet,  Text Q

Friday Oct. 3,  Activity
Before coming to class:

1. Read book sections  7-1 to 7-3, starting pg 142
2. Watch video: Activity
3. Do the  Activity worksheet
4. Textbook Q’s 7-3, 7-4a
Due at the beginning of class:
activity worksheet
In class:
Textbook Q’s 7-6, 7-11
Due at the end of class:
textbook Q’s

Monday Oct. 6,  Systematic treatment of equilibrium
Before coming to class:  Read book sections  7-4/5, starting pg 150
Resources:  Systematic treatment of equilibrium
Due at the beginning of class:  none
In Class:  Work through example  7-30
Due  October 13 in  class: Textbook Q’s:  7-16, 7-21a, 7-24

Wednesday Oct. 8, Intro to Acid-Base Equilibrium- Dr.  Trainor
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections  1-5 (starting pg 22), 8-1 to 8-2 (starting pg 162)
2. Review acid-base chemistry as needed
2. Do pages 1-2 in the  acid-base worksheet
Resources:  videos: Strong acid-base,  Weak acid-base equilibrium
Due at the beginning of class:  none
In Class:  intro to acid-base lecture
Due  October 13 in  class: Textbook Q’s:  1-36, 1-37, 1-42

Friday Oct 10,  Weak acid/ base equilibrium- Dr. Trainor
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections:  8-3 to 8-4 (starting pg 166), 10-1 to 10-3  (starting pg 205)
2. Do pages 3-4  in the acid-base worksheet
Resources: videos:  Weak acid-strong base,  Strong acid-weak base,  buffers 1,  buffers 2
Due at the beginning of class:  none
In Class:  Worksheet
Due  October 13 in  class:  Textbook Q’s: 8-6, 8-20

Monday Oct 13,  practice
In class:  Worked example

Wednesday Oct 15,  buffers
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections: 8-4 (starting pg 170)
2. Watch videos:  buffers 1,  buffers 2
In class:
 finish example from Monday and discuss buffers
Due  in  class:
 Worksheet (except last page), Textbook Q’s:  7-16, 7-21a, 7-24,  1-36, 1-37, 1-42,  8-6, 8-20

Friday Oct. 17, Polyprotic systems and fractional composition
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections: 9-1 to 9-5 (starting pg 185), 10-4  (starting pg 212)
2.  Watch video:  Polyprotic equilibrium
3. Textbook Qs:  9-13, 9-20, 10-19
In Class:  Textbook Q’s:  9-20, 10-19
Due  in  class:  text Q’s if finished, we didn’t get to them in class.
Due  Oct 24:  Textbook Q’s:  8-26,  8-27, 8-28, 8-30, 8-34, 9-5, 9-13, 9-20, 10-19

Monday Oct 20, Complexation reactions- Dr. Rasley
Before coming to class:
1. Read book sections: 11-1 to 11-3  (starting pg 236)
2.  Watch video:  Complexation reactions
In Class:  lecture
Due Oct 24:  Textbook Q’s:  11-1, 11-6

Wednesday Oct 22, Present Application and Review- Dr. Iceman
Come to class ready to present a unique and interesting application of Equilibrium.  Presentations will be 3-5 minutes in length and describe an application (chelation treatment to remove toxic metals from blood), how it relates to equilibrium (using equations), and why you think it is interesting.  Prizes will be given for the best application and presentation.
The remaining time will be used for review questions for the exam.

Friday Oct 24,  Practice Exam review
Bring questions!  The exam review is completely student driven.  Start working on the old exams before coming to class so you know what you need help with.
2012 Exam 2;  2013 Exam 2
Exam 2 Review
Due in class:  faculty speed round reviews, Textbook Q’s: 8-26,  8-27, 8-28, 8-30, 8-34, 9-5, 9-13, 9-20, 10-19,  11-1, 11-6

Sunday Oct 26, Extra office hours 9-12.
Last minute questions before the exam.

Monday Oct. 27, Exam 2
Exam 2 equations
Exam 2 solutions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *