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RADON REPORT

Didn't share the report with Mr. Beals? Didn't name the report file correctly? You likely have a 0 and a missing symbol in the grade book.

Option:
    • Title the report correctly (see assignment, May 19)
    • Share it with Mr. Beals
    • Email Mr. Beals (bealsc@billingsschools.org) before 1pm on Friday with a note asking that it be graded. Include class period and both lab partners names.
    • It is already late but it will be graded - do not whine to Mr. Beals
Report will remain a 0 if this is not completed.




June 1,2 - Thursday, Friday
  • FINALS

May 31 - Wednesday
  • Final Review (See link to the right)

May 30 - Tuesday
  • Radon Post Survey - ALL STUDENTS MUST TAKE SURVEY
  • Study for Final
    • This is not a social activity. This is to be done alone and quietly.
    • Final is 15% of overall grade.

May 29 - Monday
  • No School - Memorial Day

May 26 - Friday
  • Incentive Day

May 25 - Thursday
  • Lab Cleanup
  • Lab Notebooks Due
  • Start Reviewing for the test

May 24 - Wednesday
  • Lab Notebook Completion
  • Finish Presentations (RADON)

May 23 - Tuesday
  • Per 1,4,6 - Tie Dye in the Park
  • Per 2,3 - Science in the Park with Broadwater Kindergarten
    • Giant Bubbles with Guar Gum
    • Oobleck
    • Slime

May 22 - Monday
  • Radon Monitoring Project - Presentations
  • Report DUE

May 19 - Friday

May 18 - Thursday
May 17 - Wednesday
May 16 - Tuesday

May 15 - Monday

May 12 - Friday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 10: Analyzing your coffee with Data. (Do not perform Lesson 10 on website - we altered it this year).

May 11 - Thursday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 9: THE COFFEE CUP!

May 10 - Wednesday
  • ISP Reports (hand back)
  • Stoichiometry Test (hand back)
  • Hand back all assignments (check scores in grade book)
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - all labs complete (do not waste your time!)
  • 6th Period Only: The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 8: Master Roaster - Roasting Your Own Roast
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Procedure Questions, Data

May 9 - Tuesday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 8: Master Roaster - Roasting Your Own Roast
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Procedure Questions, Data
  • Update Lab Notebooks
  • Period 6: Lesson 7 today (lesson 8 tomorrow)
May 8 - Monday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 7: Cupping Your First Roast
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Data, Post Lab
May 5 - Friday
  • No School - District Music Festival
May 4 - Thursday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 5: Chemicals in Coffee
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Answers to questions
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 6: First Roast - Full City Roast
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Qualitative Data (observations, First/Second Crack time, etc), Post Lab Questions.
May 3 - Wednesday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 4: Roasting Stages of Coffee
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Data, Post Lab
May 2 - Tuesday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 3: Discovering Acids, Bases and pH
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Purpose, Data, Post Lab
    • Click on The Chemistry of Coffee under "Chemistry Links" to the right -->
May 1 - Monday
  • Demo: Calcium Carbide Cannon
    • Put this in your lab notebook
  • ISP Final Reports
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 2: Introduction to pH
    • Put this in your Lab Notebook: Answers to questions
    • Click on The Chemistry of Coffee under "Chemistry Links" to the right -->

April 28 - Friday
  • The Chemistry of Coffee - Lesson 1
    • Click on The Chemistry of Coffee under "Chemistry Links" to the right -->

April 27 - Thursday
STOICHIOMETRY TEST

April 26 - Wednesday
Stoichiometry Test is TOMORROW!
  • Read/Notes 12.4 - Percent Yield (will be included on test)
  • Review pg 377: Ch 12 Study Guide
  • Assignment Due Thursday at the start of class
    • Ch12 Assessment
      • #45,46,47,54,63,80,90 
      • Honors also pg 383 Test Practice
      • !!!SKIP #3 on Test Practice!!! (it is worded terribly!)

April 25 - Tuesday
Stoichiometry Test is Thursday!
  • Read/Notes 12.4 - Percent Yield (will be included on test)
  • Review pg 377: Ch 12 Study Guide
  • Assignment Due Thursday at the start of class
    • Ch12 Assessment
      • #45,46,47,54,63,80,90 
      • Honors also pg 383 Test Practice

April 24 - Monday
  • Group grade #20, 21 in class
  • Personal Challenge - Stoichiometry
    • Put a heading on a piece of paper. You may use notes, calculator. Circle and number all answers.
    • Lithium reacts spontaneously with bromine to produce lithium bromide. If 25.0 g of lithium and 25.0 g of bromine are present at the beginning of the reaction, determine:
      1. Balanced chemical equation
      2. Limiting Reactant
      3. Excess Reactant
      4. Mass of lithium bromide produced
      5. Mass of excess reactant needed in reaction
      6. Mass of excess reactant remaining
  • Read/Notes 12.4 - Percent Yield
    • Calculating Percent Yield will be on the test.

April 21 - Friday
  • Incentive Day - All missing work due by 3pm
April 20 - Thursday
  • Activity: Stoichiometry of S'Mores
    • Need the following in lab notebook
      • Purpose
      • Pre-Lab Questions
      • Post-Lab Questions
      • No Conclusion needed
    • Use Gel Fuel in an evaporating dish- ETHANOL ONLY
    • Clean up station when done.
    • Clean skewers when done.
    • NO marshmallow goo anywhere please!
  • Assignment from Tuesday - work on it after activity
    • Due Monday

April 19 - Wednesday
  • ACT Testing

April 18 - Tuesday
  • Lecture: Limiting and Excess Reactants (Confused? Gone today? Watch the videos for examples)
  • Practice Problems for Limiting and Excess Reactants (Due MONDAY - Tomorrow is ACT Testing)
    • *All classes use Regular Chemistry book (see "Stoichiometry - Online Book" under "Chemistry Links" at the right)
      • Page 369 #20, 21 (Due Monday - no exceptions)

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April 13-17
    Spring Break!

April 12 - Wednesday
  • Visit Radon and Seismograph in Basement
  • Finish Post-Labs and conclusions for Micro Mole Rocket Lab and Calorimetry Lab
April 11 - Tuesday
  • Lecture: Stoichiometry 5 (review) and start of 6 (see below - only 8 steps for limiting and excess)

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April 10 - Monday
  • Lab: Make Your Own Gel Fuel - Day 2
    • Variables for each treatment (egg shells vs chalk):
      • Ethanol:CaCO3 - 4:1; 3:1, 2:1
      • Methanol:CaCO3 - 4:1; 3:1, 2:1
    • No Post Lab or conclusion

April 7 - Friday

April 6 - Thursday
  • Micro Mole Rocket Official Launch Day!!
    • Micro Mole Rocket lab needs a conclusion in you lab notebook - A VERY good conclusion!

April 5 - Wednesday

April 4 - Tuesday

March 31 - Friday
  • Turn in assignment from yesterday
  • Stoichiometry video lecture:
  • Assignment: Due Monday
    • Honors and Regular Chemistry
      • Use book in "Chemistry Links" to the right
      • 12.2 #13,14,15,16,17
  • PreLab: Make Your Own Gel Alcohol 
      • Put this in your lab notebook (Be sure to leave room to complete the Micro Mole Rocket lab with your data and post-lab information. We will complete that lab before we start this one.)
  • Lab Monday: Micro Mole Rockets
    • MUST be completed or you cannot participate. Bring lab shoes and hair ties.

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March 30 - Thursday 

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March 29 - Wednesday 
  • Assignment: Due Thursday
    • Honors and Regular Chemistry
      • Use book in "Chemistry Links" to the right
      • 12.1 #1a,3,4,7b (Need help? Look at the example problems in the text)
  • Pre-Lab: Micro-Mole Rocket Lab: Due Tomorrow. Lab will start Tuesday of next week.

March 28 - Tuesday
I will be gone Wed-Sun for a science conference in LA. Please be courteous to the sub, get your work done, and email if you have ANY questions.

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March 27 - Monday
  • Chemistry: Mole Review
    • Go to page 347 in the regular book (click "Online Book" to the right and open Chapter Review)
      • Complete #96 on your own. 
        • Show all of your work. Circle your answer.
      • Bring Answer to Mr. Beals
      • You will receive the second question after you check your answer.


March 24 - Friday
March 23 - Thursday
  • Honors
    • ISP Presentations - Teach Me in 3
  • Regular Chemistry 
    • TCOD3 Videos

March 22 - Wednesday
  • Honors
    • Turn in ISP
    • Work on ISP Presentation "Teach Me in 3". Due tomorrow.
  • Regular Chemistry 
    • Turn in TCOD3
    • Finish Videos - Due Tomorrow

March 21 - Tuesday
  • Honors: Finish ISP
  • Regular Chemistry: Finish TCOD3

March 20 - Monday
  • Quiz: The Mole
    • Honors: ISP
    • Regular Chemistry: The Chemistry of ...

    Carrie Baker - IQ and Music
    Take this quiz first: http://www.myiqtested.com/
    Keep results tab open and fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/B2umdFYBIFOsDEgI2

    March 17 - Friday (Happy ST. PATRICK'S DAY!)
    • Assignment DUE MONDAY at beginning of class.
        • (ALL classes will use the link "The Mole - Online Book". A link is posted in the right-hand margin of this page)
      • 11.3: #27,29,30a,31ab,33
    • Quiz Monday
      • What to know? The quiz will be selected questions from the same sections as your assignments. For example, if you look at #30 (or any of the other numbers) there are several other questions of the same type. One of those will be on the quiz. So, if you need more practice to be prepared, do more practice problems!
    • Honors
      • Independent Study Projects - Report and presentation due next week!
    • Regular Chemistry
      • The Chemistry of ... - Final Report and Videos due next week!

    March 16 - Thursday
    • Assignment DUE FRIDAY at beginning of class.
        • (ALL classes will use the link "The Mole - Online Book". A link is posted in the right-hand margin of this page)
      • 11.1: #1,4a,5,6,8,9
      • 11.2: #11a,12a,13a,14a
      • 11.3: #20,21,25
    • Lecture Videos (watch and take notes. Assignment over these topics will be posted tomorrow)

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    • Honors
      • Independent Study Projects
        • Final Report and Presentations (click link to the right for all info)
        • Due next week!
    • Regular Chemistry
      • The Chemistry of...
        • Final Report Due next Wednesday
        • Video Due next Thursday
          • Video hardware and software sign up sheet - visit with Beals today
    March 15 - Wednesday
    • Assignment DUE FRIDAY at beginning of class.
        • (ALL classes will use the "Regular Chemistry" book. A link it posted in the right-hand margin of this page)
      • 11.1: #1,4a,5,6,8,9
      • 11.2: #11a,12a,13a,14a
      • 11.3: #20,21,25
    • Honors
      • Independent Study Projects
        • Final Report and Presentations (click link to the right for all info)
        • Due next week!
      • Checkup #2 DUE TONIGHT at 11:59pm
    • Regular Chemistry
      • The Chemistry of...
        • Final Report and Videos
        • Due next week!
      • DUE TONIGHT @ 11:59pm: Entire Draft (Steps 1-6)

    March 14 - Tuesday
    1. The Mole - Lecture
      • Completed lectures 3,4 (Absent? Watch both lecture videos below and take notes!)

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    March 13 - Monday
    1. The Mole - Introduction
      • Finished Intro and half of Part 1
      • Gone today? Watch both videos below and take notes

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    March 10 - Friday
    1. Test Post-Review
      • Look over Part 1 and Part 2 of test.
      • TEST REMEDIATION - Required unless you got 100%
        • Part 2 - Complete on separate paper with heading
          • Re-write/Re-Do each of the problems you missed points on.
          • DO NOT LOOK AT YOUR NEIGHBORS TEST or COPY THEIR ANSWER
        • Check each answer with Mr. Beals (raise your hand and wait)
        • Test Re-take? (Part 2 Only)
          • Tuesday: Before school, during lunch, after school. Sign up on the board.
    2. Honors: ISP Lab Rat Day - Or individual help from Beals - (Checkup #2 is next Wednesday!)
    3. Regular Chemistry: The Chemistry of ... (Step 5,6 Due next Wednesday!)
    4. Post-Lab: Calorimetry Lab
    5. Conclusion for Calorimetry Lab (yes you need one)


    March 9 - Thursday

    March 8 - Wednesday

    March 7 - Tuesday
    Kombucha Tasting Day!!
    • Learn more about Kombucha here
    Video: Making Stuff Cleaner (30 minutes)

    March 6 - Monday

    Test: Chemical Reactions

    March 1 - Wednesday

    LAB RAT LINKS Period 6
    Ashton Albright - Effect of Color

    Eli Reevis - Personality and Zodiac

    Jill Olsen - Social Media Impacts and Morality

    Carrie Baker - IQ and Music
    Take this quiz first: http://www.myiqtested.com/
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    • HONORS
      • Independent Study Project - Lab Rat Day!
      • Post-Lab: Finish Chemical Reactions Stations Lab
      • Test Prep: Chemical Reactions
        • Ch. Rev.....(coming soon!)
    • REGULAR CHEMISTRY
      • The Chemistry of ... work day
        • Checkup at 11:59pm today. All sections (Step 1,2,3,4,4A) MUST be completed by 11:59pm tonight - no exceptions.
      • Post-Lab: Finish Chemical Reactions Stations Lab
      • Test Prep: Chemical Reactions
        • Ch. Rev.....(coming soon!)

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    February 27,28 - Monday, Tuesday
    February 23,24 - Thursday,Friday
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    February 22 - Wednesday
    • Lab: Making Hot and Cold Packs - CheMystery
      • Finish Post-Lab and Conclusion
    • Post Lab and Conclusions - finish any other labs
    • HONORS: ISP
      • Checkup next Wednesday
      • Lab Rat next Wednesday
      • There is always more work to do - get on it! If we aren't using time in class we won't have time in class!
    • REGULAR CHEM:
      • The Chemistry of ... checkup
      • Have questions? Need Help? ASK TODAY!
      • If we aren't using time in class we won't have time in class!

    February 21 - Tuesday
    • Lab: Making Hot and Cold Packs - CheMystery
      • **NOTE** Procedure Step 1:To open "Endo-Exothermic" file
        • Click File > Chemistry with Vernier > Endo_Exo Lab
      • To store all lines on 1 graph
        • After you press STOP and are prepared for next run 
        • Click Experiment > Store Latest Run
      • To save data, highlight all data and paste into a new D2 Google Sheets
      • To make a graph in Google - Click Insert > Chart
    • All test tubes must be scrubbed with test tube brush
    • Sinks and table tops must be washed when finished
    February 20 - Monday
    • Collect Assignment: Chemical Reactions section review (from Friday)
    • Pre-Lab: Making Hot and Cold Packs - CheMystery
      • Due tomorrow
      • Bring closed toe shoes and pre-lab tomorrow
    • When finished with Pre-Lab
      • HONORS: Work on ISP - Checkup next week!
      • REGULAR: Work on TCOD3 - Step 4 and 4A due next week!

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    February 17 - Friday
        
    • Lecture: Finish Types of Chemical Reactions from yesterday
    • Assignment - DUE MONDAY
      • Honors Chemistry
          • Complete all parts of each question. Balance all chemical equations.
        • p274 SectRev #1,2,3,4
        • p275 Chemistry in Action - Read and #1
        • p284 #1,2,3,4
        • p287 #1,2,3
        • When finished: work on ISP and/or lab conclusions
      • Regular Chemistry
          • Balance all chemical equations.
        • p283 #13
        • p285 #14,15,16
        • p286 #18,20
        • p289 #21,23
        • p291 #24,25
        • p294 #33,34
        • p296 #38
        • When finished: work on TCOD3 and/or lab conclusions
    February 16 - Thursday
    • Lecture: Types of Chemical Reactions
      • Absent today? Watch the video and take notes.

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    February 15 - Wednesday
    • Honors: ISP Work
    • Regular Chem: TCOD3

    February 14 - Tuesday
    • Lab: Valentine's Day Lab
      • Post Lab Questions
        • Included on lab handout
      • Conclusion
        • NO Conclusion (Happy Valentine's Day!)

    February 9 - Thursday
    HONORS
      • EXPO Applications are DUE TOMORROW (See instructions from February 6 - Monday)
      • Pre-lab: Valentines Day Lab
        • DUE TUESDAY - Bring closed toe shoes - Pre-lab must be complete when you arrive!
      • Independent Study Projects - Finish pre-lab below and work on ISP (several things due this week!)
    CHEMISTRY
    • Pre-lab: Valentines Day Lab
      • DUE TUESDAY - Bring closed toe shoes - Pre-lab must be complete when you arrive!
    • The Chemistry of ... Project
      • Work on this after the pre-lab. 
      • Steps 1,2,3 DUE TUESDAY!

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    February 8 - Wednesday
    HONORS
      • Independent Study Projects - Finish assignment below then work on ISP (several things due this week!)
      • Assignment:
        • Part 1 Pg. 274 #1
        • Part 2 (see questions below)
    CHEMISTRY
      • The Chemistry of ... - Finish today's assignment first, then work on TCOD3.
      • Assignment:
        • Part 1 Pg. 282 #4
        • Part 2 (see questions below)
        Part 2 for Honors and Regular Chemistry:
      1. Liquid Bromine reacts with solid phosphorus (P4) to produce solid diphosphorus pentabromide
      2. Aqueous lead(II) nitrate reacts with aqueous potassium iodide to produce solid lead(II) iodide and aqueous potassium nitrate
      3. Solid carbon reacts with gaseous fluorine to produce gaseous carbon tetrafluoride
      4. Aqueous carbonic acid reacts to produce liquid water and gaseous carbon dioxide
      5. Gaseous hydrogen chloride reacts with gaseous ammonia to produce solid ammonium chloride
      6. Solid copper(II) sulfide reacts with aqueous nitric acid to produce aqueous copper(II) sulfate, liquid water, and nitrogen dioxide gas
      7. Gummy Bear Sacrifice Demo: Solid sucrose (C12H22O11) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide and water
      8. Propane Fireball Cannon: Propane gas (C3H8) reacts with oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide and water
      9. Elephant Toothpaste: Liquid hydrogen peroxide decomposes with the help of a potassium iodide catalyst to form oxygen gas and water

    February 7 - Tuesday
    • SCIENCE EXPO - 50pts XCredit - Must print, complete all parts and deliver by Friday at 4:30pm
      • See instructions below on February 6 - Monday
    • Lecture: Balancing Chemical Equations
      • Gone today? Watch the video and take notes!

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    February 6 - Monday
    • SCIENCE EXPO - 50pts XCredit
        • Applications DUE by 4:30pm Friday February 10th - CLICK FOR INFO
        • Print and complete the following:
          • Application Form Page 1 and Page 2
          • INTEL ISEF 2017 Forms
        • Read INTEL ISEF 2017 Rules
        • Deliver completed application to 
          • Billings Clinic Foundation & Community Relations
            2917 10th Ave. North
            Billings, MT 59101
    • Quiz retake - turn in remediation
    • HONORS: ISP checkup
      • DUE THIS WEEK:
        • Background Research
        • Hypothesis and Adult Mentor
        • Experimental Design
          • "Change the World" and remember "More Data is More Better!"
    • REGULAR: TCOD3 work/checkup
      • DUE Feb 14th: Step 1,2,3 (see www.ChemistryIsLife.com)
    • ALL CLASSES DUE TOMORROW: 
      • All lecture videos (take notes) from Friday February 3
      • Practice problems (not problems crossed off) from Friday February 3

    February 3 - Friday
    HONORS
    • Pg. 268 #1,2,3
    • Pg. 294 #1,2
    CHEMISTRY
    • Pg. 282 #4,5,6
    • Pg. 304 #71,72

    February 2 - Thursday
    February 1 - Wednesday
    • HONORS: TCOD3 Videos
      • Quiz Post Review
    • CHEMISTRY: Quiz post review

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    January 30-31 - Monday/Tuesday
    • HONORS: TCOD3 Videos
      • Tomorrow - ISP: Select testable question. Due when you arrive on Wednesday!
    • CHEMISTRY: The Chemistry of... (start project)
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    January 27 - Friday
    • Quiz: Covalent Compounds
    January 26 - Thursday
    1. Lab: Ionic vs. Covalent Properties
      • Conclusion (yes you need one). 
        • Answer this: "Which compounds are covalent and which are ionic? How do you know this based on the properties you tested? RSVCP, include data from lab as part of your V (verify) statements.
      • No Post-Lab questions for this lab.

    January 25 - Wednesday
    1. Pre-Lab: Ionic vs. Covalent Properties
      • Prelab must be completed before class tomorrow.
        • PreLab Notebook requirements are listed in "Chemistry Links" on the right margin of this page.
      • Must have closed toe shoes tomorrow
    2. Lab Stations
      • Write your first and last name and your lab partners first and last name on a piece of paper.
      • Place it at the lab station you would like to work at.

    January 24 - Tuesday
    1. Covalent Bonding Review
      • Honors: Read pg 208 (Chapter Highlights)
        • Assignment: Ch6 Chemical Bonding Review DUE TOMORROW
          • Pg 209 #11,16,23,24,45,48(a-d),49(a-c),54,68,pg215 Standardized Test Prep (#1-9,12)
      • Chemistry: Read pg 271 (Ch9 Study Guide)
        • Assignment: Ch9 Chemical Bonding Review DUE TOMORROW
          • Pg 272 #77,78,81,85,89,90,91,94,95,97,98,99(a,b),100,102,105(a-c),109,112


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    January 23 - Monday
    1. Chemistry Projects / Research - Spring Semester
      • Honors Only: Independent Study Projects (ISP)
        • Brainstorm
      • Chemistry: The Chemistry of ... (TCOD3)
        • Brainstorm
    2. Finish both of last week's assignments. DUE Tomorrow
    3. Lab Station Checkout
    4. Lab Key Checkout
      • Lost key = $10 replacement fee at end of semester

    January 20 - Friday
    1. Introductions, Seating arrangement, Lab Stations, Keys
    2. Finish: VSEPR AXE MolyMod Models Activity (from yesterday)
    3. Today's Assignment: Electronegativity and Polarity - VSEPR #2

    January 19 - Thursday
    January 18 - Wednesday
    • DEMO: Thermite Reaction
      • Single Replacement Reaction
        • Fe2O3 + 2 Al → 2 Fe + Al2O3 (Small Scale reaction)
    • Review - Lewis Dot Structures
    • Assignment: Lewis Structure Worksheet
      • Page 1: First two in each row
      • Page 2: First two in each row
      • Page 3: #1-14

    January 17 - Tuesday
    • Welcome to Mr. Beals Chemistry class
    • Bring Book, Lab Notebook, Periodic Table and Calculator - everyday
    • Inquiry Activity - "Milk Art"
      • Click HERE for lab
      • Include this in your Lab Notebook.
      • Do not need to have 'normal' pre-lab stuff. Just follow the instructions and write down what is needed.
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      Craig Beals,
      Jan 18, 2017, 3:00 PM