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Spring Final Study Material

The spring semester has been all about how matter interacts with other matter (chemistry). We have looked at how electrons are arranged, how they form chemical bonds, and how the periodic table is used to help us understand this. We have also develeoped a skill set to actually use chemistry in a lab or manufacturing setting with the mole concept and stoichiometry.

Click on the electrons to the right to help you explore the units and study for your final

Electron Configuration


Chemical Reactions

The Mole

Periodic Table and Trends

Chemical Bonding

Click the Nucleus to Take a Practice Test

Balance Me Quiz

You will be responsible for knowing the following material:

  • Orbital rules and notion
  • Electron Configuration
  • Valence Electrons
  • Bohr Models
To learn more follow this link: Electron Configuration Electron Configuration Questions and Key Electron Configuration tells us where in an atom we are likely to find electrons and how these electrons will interact with other matter. The Quantum Mechanical Model helps us understand the probably locations of electrons through orbitals (s, p, d, and f) These configurations and orbitals essentially give us an address for elements on the periodic table.

Stoichiometry is all about the math balanced chemical equations. We can use stoichiometry to identify quantities of products and reactants. You will be responsible for knowing the following:

  • Writing a balanced chemical equation
  • Identifying and using mole ratios
  • Converting between quantities of moles and grams to predict how much product or reactant is needed in a chemical reaction
For practice see this WORKSHEET and KEY

Chemical reactions are all around us. Being able to describe them and predict products is a very useful skill in chemistry. You will be responsible for knowing the following for chemical reactions:

  • Types of chemical reactions
  • How to write balanced chemical equations
  • How to predict the products for single and double replacement reactions
Balancing Practice with Key click HERE Chemical Reactions Study Guide and KEY

You will be responsible for knowing the following material for Chemical Bonding

  • Ionic vs Covalent
  • Naming and writing formula for Ionic and Covalent bonds
  • IDing Ions
  • Lewis Dot Structures
  • ID single, double and triple bonds
Chemical bonding is how two atoms and their valence electrons interact to form new substances. This process holds our world together. Quiz yourself: Flashcards Review the difference between Ionic and Covalent Bonds here: Bonding Jamboard Read this article for more: Chemical Bonds

The mole is a unit that allows us to relate mass to number of particles (atoms, molecules, or formula units). The above roadmap shows the conversion factors need to make these relations. You will be responsible for knowing and calculating the following from this unit:

  • Molar Mass
  • mole to mole
  • grams to mole
  • mole to particles
  • grams to particles
Please practice some Mole Problems HERE you can check your answers with this KEY

You will be responsible for knowing about the following material on the periodic table:

  • Families
  • Reactivity Trends
  • Periodic Trends
    • Electronegativity
    • Ionization Energy
    • Atomic radius
  • Shielding
For more information follow this link: Periodic table and trends Periodic Trends help us explain the behavior of elements and their likelihood of reacting with other elements and matter. Please make sure you have a periodic table that is annotated as a tool for your test (here is an example, please note that it is missing valence electrons and charges.)