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OUTCOMES FOR CHAPTER 5:
CHEMICAL REACTIONS


Textbook Section 5.1:The Nature of Chemical Reactions
5.1a Recognize that a chemical reaction is taking place
5.1b Identify the reactants and products in a reaction
5.1c Describe the difference between and endothermic and
exothermic reactions
Textbook Section 5.2: Reaction Types
5.2a Distinguish between decomposition, synthesis, single displacement and double displacement reactions
5.2b From a chemical equation, identify type of reaction
5.2c Predict the products of a reaction based on a reaction type

Textbook Section 5.3: Balancing Chemical Equations
5.3a Demonstrate how to balance chemical equations


Vocabulary

Reactant Product exothermic reactions
Endothermic reaction synthesis reaction decomposition reaction
Single-displacement reaction Double-displacement reaction
Coefficient Subscript






OUTCOMES FOR CHAPTER 4:
THE STRUCTURE OF MATTER


Textbook Section 4.1: Compounds and Molecules
4.1a Relate the chemical formula of a compound to the relative numbers of atoms or
ions present in the compound.

Textbook Section 4.2: Ionic and Covalent Bonding
4.2a Explain the difference between anions and cations.
4.2b Explain why atoms join to form bonds.
4.2c Differentiate between ionic and covalent bonds.
4.2d Compare the properties of substances with different types of bonds.

Textbook Section 4.3: Compound Names and Formulas
4.3a Write chemical formulas and name simple binary ionic compounds
4.3b Write chemical formulas and name polyatomic ionic compounds.
4.3c Predict the charge of a transition metal cation in an ionic compound.




Chapter Vocabulary:
chemical bond
chemical formula
stable
oxidation number ionic bond
covalent bond
binary compound
polyatomic ion




OUTCOMES FOR CHAPTER 3:
ATOMS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE


Textbook Section 3.1: Atomic Structure
• Compare and contrast the following atomic theories: Democritus’s, Dalton’s, Rutherford’s, Bohr’s and the modern model of the atom.
• State the charge, mass, and location of each part of an atom according to the modern model of the atom.
• Know the number of electrons found in each electron shell.

Textbook Section 3.2: A Guided Tour of the Periodic Table
• Determine how many protons, neutrons, and electrons an isotope has, given its symbol, atomic number, and mass number.
• Relate the organization of the periodic table to the arrangement of electrons within an atom.
• Explain why some atoms gain or lose electrons to form ions.

Textbook Section 3.3: Families of Elements
• Locate the following in the periodic table: alkali metals, alkaline-earth metals, transition metals, halogens, and noble gases.

Chapter Vocabulary:
nucleus
proton
neutron
electron
electron shell
valence electron
period
group


ionization
ion
cation
anion
atomic number
mass number
isotopes
atomic mass unit (amu)
average atomic mass
metals
nonmetals
alkali metals
alkaline-earth metals
transition metals
halogens
noble gases


OUTCOMES FOR CHAPTER 2: MATTER


Textbook Section 2.1: What Is Matter?
• Explain the relationship between matter, atoms and elements.
• Distinguish between elements and compounds.
• Categorize materials as pure substances or mixtures.
Textbook Section 2.2: Matter and Energy
• Use the kinetic theory to describe the properties and structures of the different states of matter.
• Describe the energy transfers involved in changes of state.
• Describe the laws of conservation of mass and conservation of energy, and explain how they apply to changes of state.
Textbook Section 2.3: Properties of Matter
• Distinguish between chemical and physical properties of matter.
• Perform calculations involving density.
• Predict buoyancy of objects based on density.
• Distinguish between chemical and physical changes in matter.
• Apply the laws of conservation of mass and conservation of energy to chemical and physical changes.
Chapter Vocabulary:
matter
element
atom
compound
molecule
chemical formula
pure substance
mixture
energy
evaporation
condensation
sublimination
chemical property
reactivity

physical property
melting point
boiling point
density
buoyancy
chemical change
physical change


OUTCOMES FOR CHAPTER 1:
INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE


Textbook Section 1.2: The Way Science Works
• Describe the steps of the scientific method.
• Know some of the tools scientists use to investigate nature.
• Identify the objective of a consistent system of units.
• Identify the metric (or SI) units for length, mass and time.
• Identify what each common metric prefix represents.
• Convert metric measurements using conversion factors.

Textbook Section 1.3: Organizing Data
• Create line graphs, including all parts of a graph: title, uniform axes, labels, and units.
• Plot a best-fit line on a line graph, when appropriate.