Standard Course of Study
C.2.01: Analyze the historical development of the current atomic theory.
C.2.01.d: The Bohr model.
C.2.01.e: The quantum mechanical model.
C.2.02: Examine the nature of atomic structure.
C.2.02.a: Subatomic particles: protons, neutrons, and electrons.
C.2.02.b: Mass number.
C.2.02.c: Atomic number.
C.2.03: Apply the language and symbols of chemistry.
C.2.03.a: Name compounds using the IUPAC conventions.
C.2.03.b: Write formulas of simple compounds from their names.
C.2.04: Identify substances using their physical properties:
C.2.06: Assess bonding in metals and ionic compounds as related to chemical and physical properties.
C.2.08: Assess the dynamics of physical equilibria.
C.2.08.b: Factors that affect phase changes.
C.3.01: Analyze periodic trends in chemical properties and use the periodic table to predict properties of elements.
C.3.01.a: Groups (families).
C.3.01.d: Electron configuration and energy levels.
C.3.01.f: Atomic and ionic radii.
C.3.02: Apply the mole concept, Avogadro?s number and conversion factors to chemical calculations.
C.3.02.a: Particles to moles.
C.3.02.b: Mass to moles.
C.3.02.c: Volume of a gas to moles.
C.3.03: Calculate quantitative relationships in chemical reactions (stoichiometry).
C.3.03.a: Moles of each species in a reaction.
C.3.03.b: Mass of each species in a reaction.
C.3.03.c: Volumes of gaseous species in a reaction.
C.4.02: Analyze the law of conservation of energy, energy transformation, and various forms of energy involved in chemical and physical processes.
C.4.02.a: Differentiate between heat and temperature.
C.4.02.b: Analyze heating and cooling curves.
C.4.02.c: Calorimetry, heat of fusion and heat of vaporization calculations.
C.4.02.d: Endothermic and exothermic processes including interpretation of potential energy.
C.4.02.e: Diagrams (energy vs reaction pathway), enthalpy and activation energy.
C.4.04: Analyze nuclear energy.
C.4.04.b: Decay equations for alpha and beta emission.
C.5.01: Evaluate various types of chemical reactions.
C.5.01.a: Analyze reactions by types: single replacement, double replacement (including acidbase neutralization), decomposition, synthesis, and combustion including simple hydrocarbons.
C.5.01.b: Predict products.
C.5.02: Evaluate the Law of Conservation of Matter
C.5.02.a: Write and balance formulas and equations.
C.5.04: Identify the physical and chemical behaviors of acids and bases.
C.5.04.a: General properties of acids and bases.
C.5.04.c: Ionization and the degree of dissociation (strengths) of acids and bases.
C.5.04.e: Acid-base titration.
C.5.04.f: pH and pOH.
C.5.06: Assess the factors that affect the rates of chemical reactions.
C.5.06.a: The nature of the reactants.
C.5.06.d: Surface area.
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017