Image: "Two point defects adorning the copper (111) surface. The point defects (possibly impurity atoms) scatter the surface state electrons resulting in circular standing wave patterns." (researcher.watson.ibm.com. Credit: IBM/Crommie, Lutz, Eigler)
CHEMISTRY Mr. Ingram
Chemistry News, room 3106, Sept. 18, 2017 This week -- our first unit test. On Wednesday, 9/20/17, 3106 chemistry students will take their first unit test of the year. The test will cover the learning targets listed below, which focus mainly on the classification of materials and the nomenclature of compounds. Then we will start unit two with some further investigations of physical and chemical changes, which will lead to a study of the main types of chemical reactions.
Lesson Goals & Activities; homework assignments
Thursday | Sept. 21
Learning target: Explain the roles of chemical energy and work in rocket propulsion.
Success criterion: Write a paragraph that describes your rocket's flight using energy/work.
Lesson agenda: Rocket flight; rocket experiment analysis.
Homework: Rocket paragraph due Monday.
Unit One Test | Weds 9/20/17