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Students will be able to
- 1) Determine bond polarity between two atoms (ionic, covalent, etc).
- 2) Explain and to create energy diagram of a Habor cycle of an Ionic compound including Lattice Energy.
- 3) Determine differences in Lattice Energies of various ionic compounds and the components that determine strength of Lattice Energy.
- 4) Explain the differences of bond energies including number of bonds and types of elements bonding.
- 5) Determine the Heat of Reaction using bond energies. Remember, this difference is Reactant - Product (not like any other Thermo property that is Product - Reactant.
- 6) Name and explain the three different parts of the Localized Electron Theory (bonding model): 1) Lewis Dot Structure (LDS), 2) VSEPR, and 3 )Hybridization
- 7) Determine correct Lewis Dot Structure (LDS) for simple covalently bonded species (either molecular compounds or polyatomic ions) including memorizing of Rule of Eight (or Octet rule)
- 8) Know when to use Resonance structure and what they mean including "actual" structures.
- 9) Using a LDS, use VSEPR (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) to determine the shape or geometry of the species.
- 10) Understand and utilize Formal charge rules to determine the "true" LDS structure of the various number of possible (that follow the LDS rules) structures.
- 11) Explain the Hybridization of central atoms including sigma and pi bonds (and which has the greatest energy.
Students will be able to:
12) Name and/or write the chemical formula for all simple Alkanes, Alkenes and Alkynes. Also will be able to explain the bonding for each of these major families of organic compounds.NOT FOR 2017-2018
13) Name and/or write the chemical formula for the major functional groups.NOT FOR 2017-2018
- 14) Be able to identify and name the major isomers (both structural and
- 15) Need to be able to recognize organic chemical formula (i.e. CH3- is all there H single bonded to the central C with one additional single bond of C for another element)
- 16) Be able to determine the number of sigma and Pi bonds for elements in organic compounds.
- 17) Be able to determine the hybridization of each element in an organic compounds