State Performance Indicators
SPI 3221.1.1: Compare and contrast the major models of the atom (e.g., Democritus, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr, and the quantum mechanical model).
SPI 3221.1.2: Interpret the periodic table to describe an element?s atomic makeup.
SPI 3221.1.3: Describe the trends found in the periodic table with respect to atomic size, ionization energy, electron affinity, or electronegativity.
SPI 3221.1.5: Represent an electron?s location in the quantum mechanical model of an atom in terms of the shape of electron clouds (s and p orbitals in particular), relative energies of orbitals, and the number of electrons possible in the s, p, d and f orbitals.
SPI 3221.2.2: Identify properties of a solution: solute and solvent in a solid, liquid or gaseous solution; procedure to make or determine the concentration of a solution in units of ppm, ppb, molarity, molality, percent composition, factors that affect the rate of solution, and colligative properties.
SPI 3221.2.3: Classify a solution as saturated, unsaturated, or supersaturated based on its composition and temperature and a solubility graph.
SPI 3221.2.4: Classify a property of change in matter as physical, chemical, or nuclear.
SPI 3221.3.1: Analyze ionic and covalent compounds in terms of how they form, names, chemical formulas, percent composition, and molar masses.
SPI 3221.3.2: Identify the reactants, products, and types of different chemical reactions: composition, decomposition, double replacement, single replacement, combustion.
SPI 3221.3.3: Predict the products of a chemical reaction.
SPI 3221.3.4: Balance a chemical equation to determine molar ratios.
SPI 3221.3.5: Convert among the following quantities of a substance: mass, number of moles, number of particles, molar volume at STP.
SPI 3221.3.6: Identify and solve stoichiometry problems: volume at STP to mass, moles to mass, and molarity.
SPI 3221.3.7: Classify substances as acids or bases based on their formulas and how they react with various indicators.
SPI 3221.3.8: Describe radioactive decay through a balanced nuclear equation and through an analysis of the half-life concept.
SPI 3221.3.10: Relate the laws of conservation of mass/energy to thermal changes that occur during physical, chemical or nuclear processes.
Correlation last revised: 9/16/2020