Chemistry Evaluations

Tests:
Tests are defined as an evaluation over one unit which might encompass one or more chapters in a textbook.

  1. Acids and Bases  (Answers) pH, acids, bases, salts, Bronsted-Lowry, titrations, indicators, molarity.
  2. Acids, Bases, and Salts  (Answers) pH, acids, bases, salts, Bronsted-Lowry, titrations, indicators, molarity.
  3. Atomic Structure:  (Answers) protons, electrons, neutrons, nucleus, nuclear chemistry, halflife, sublevels, electronic configuration
  4. Atomic Theory#1: (Answers) Bohr, Quantum, orbitals, energy levels, atomic size, light.
  5. Atomic Theory#2:  (Answers) Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr, deBroglie, Quantum.
  6. Atomic Theory#3: Electrons, Quantum Numbers, and the Periodic Table
  7. Bonding: (Answers) nonpolar, polar, formulas, ionic, covalent, metallic, intermolecular forces, resonance, hybrid orbitals.
  8. Bonding & Molecular Structures: (Answers) Lewis structures, bonds, molecular structure.
  9. Chemical Kinetics and Intro to Equilibrium: (Answers) Rate Equations, Equilibrium, LeChatelier,
  10. Compounds & Equations: (Answers) formulas, balancing equations, energy, compounds, mixtures, reactions.
  11. Introductory Material:  (Answers) measurement, significant digits, metric system, dimensional analysis, density, energy.
  12. Ionic Equilibria: (Answers) hydrolysis, weak acids and bases, solubility product.
  13. Kinetics: activation energy, equilibrium, Le Chatelier, Keq, endothermic, exothermic.
  14. Kinetic Molecular Theory#1:  (Answers) gas laws, ideal gas law
  15. Kinetic Molecular Theory#2: (Answers) gas laws, ideal gas law, crystals
  16. Matter, Atoms and the Mole : Two separte tests.
  17. Matter and Energy: (Answers) mixtures, celcius, kinetic energy, gas laws, kelvin, STP, vapor pressure, ideal gas law.
  18. Nuclear Chemistry: (Answers) nuclear decay, fission, fusion, radioactivity, Lise Meitner, atomic bomb.
  19. Organic Chemistry:  (Answers) alkanes, homologus series, esters, alcohols, ethers, acids, unsaturated, saturated, alkenes.
  20. Organic Chem--Hydrocarbons: (Answers) alkanes, homologus series, hybridization, geometry, addition reactions, substitution reactions.
  21. Organic Chem--Hydrocarbon Derivatives:  (Answers) alcohols, organic acids, aldehydes, ketones, esters, ethers, amines.
  22. Periodic Table #1:  (Answers) metals, nonmetals, mettalloids, trends, volume, alkali, halogen, reactivity
  23. Periodic Table #2 (Answers) metals, nonmetals, mettalloids, trends, volume, alkali, halogen, reactivity
  24. Polymers: (Answers) addition, condensation
  25. PreTest-Gormley: (Answers) Basic math and science skills.
  26. PreTest-Loehman
  27. Predicting Chemical Reactions:  (Answers) reactivity, periodic trends, redox.
  28. Redox: (Answers) electrolysis, oxidation, reduction, oxidation potential, emf.
  29. Solutions and Colloids: (Answers) molarity, molality, mol fraction, osmosis.
  30. Stoichiometry Review:  (Answers) stoichiometry, percent composition, titrations.
  31. Stoichiometry#1: (Answers) mols, empirical formulas, molecular formulas, Avogadro.
  32. Stoichiometry#2:  (Answers) mols, empirical formula, molecular formula, molarity, STP

 


Quizzes:
Quizzes are defined as an evaluation over a specific topic within a unit.  

  1. Chemical Reactions #1: Predicting chemical reactions from periodic trends.
  2. Chemical Reactions #2: Predicting chemical reactions from periodic trends.
  3. Chemical Reactions #3: Predicting chemical reactions from periodic trends.
  4. Dimensional Analysis Worksheet:  Good pop quiz questions.
  5. Dimensional Analysis (07/13/01)
  6. Periodic Table:  Periodic trends used to place elements.
  7. Qualitative Analysis:
  8. Solutions Concentration:  molariy, molality, freezing point depression
  9. Symbol Quiz#1: Symbols of elements.
  10. Symbol Quiz#2: Symbols of elements.


Exams:
Exams are considered to be tests over several units.  These would be the kind of evaluations instructors would give at the end of a semester or course.  

  1. Exam#1 Essay short answer. Redox titrations, rate equations, free energy, equilibrium, electrochemistry.


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Revised on: May 26 2008 6:59:29 AM