This is a set of PowerPoint notes I created for my high school physical science classes. They are also appropriate for high school chemistry classes. When purchasing this file, you will receive a 22 slide PowerPoint document.
This note set includes compounds and molecules, chemical structure, ionic/covalent/metallic bonding, naming transition metals, ionic compounds, and covalent compounds, parts of a chemical equation, balancing equations, and reaction types.
When I use these notes in class, I use them over the span of a week or two. I will only cover a section at a time. These are not meant to be taught in one class period, but as an entire unit.
These notes are aligned to the Georgia Performance Standards in Physical Science and Chemistry.
SPS2. Students will explore the nature of matter, its classifications, and its system for naming types of matter.
b. Predict formulas for stable binary ionic compounds based on balance of charges.
c. Use IUPAC nomenclature for transition between chemical names and chemical formulas of binary ionic compounds (containing representative elements) and ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼ï¿¼binary covalent compounds (i.e. carbon dioxide, carbon tetrachloride).
d. Demonstrate the Law of Conservation of Matter in a chemical reaction.
e. Apply the Law of Conservation of Matter by balancing the following types of chemical equations: Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, and Double Replacement.
SC1 Students will analyze the nature of matter and its classifications.
c. Predict formulas for stable ionic compounds (binary and tertiary) based on balance of charges.
d. Use IUPAC nomenclature for both chemical names and formulas: Ionic compounds (Binary and tertiary), Covalent compounds (Binary and tertiary), Acidic compounds (Binary and tertiary)
SC2 Students will relate how the Law of Conservation of Matter is used to determine chemical composition in compounds and chemical reactions.
ï¿¼a. Identify and balance the following types of chemical equations: Synthesis, Decomposition, Single Replacement, Double Replacement, and Combustion.