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					                      AP Chemistry Course Syllabus

 Curricular                     Scoring Component (CS)
Requirement
     1      CS1 – The course provides instruction in Structure of Matter:
            atomic theory and structure.
     1      CS2 - The course provides instruction in Structure of Matter
            : chemical bonding.
     1      CS3 – The course provides instruction in States of Matter:
            gases.
     1      CS4 – The course provides instruction in States of Matter:
            liquids.
     1      CS5 – The course provides instruction in States of Matter :
            solids.
     1      CS6 – The course provides instruction in States of Matter :
            solutions.
     1      CS7 – The course provides instruction in Reactions: reaction
            types.
     1      CS8 – The course provides instruction in Reactions:
            stoichiometry.
     1      CS9 – The course provides instruction in Reactions:
            equilibrium.
     1      CS10 – The course provides instruction in Reactions: kinetics.
     1        CS11 – The course provides instruction in Reactions:
              thermodynamics
     1        CS12 – The course provides instruction in Descriptive
              Chemistry: relationships in the periodic table.
     1        CS13 – The course provides instruction in Laboratory: physical
              manipulations.
     1        CS14 – The course provides instruction in Laboratory:
              laboratory report
     1        CS15 – The course provides instruction in Laboratory:
              collection of laboratory reports in a notebook
                      or portfolio.
     2        CS16 – The course emphasized chemical calculations and the
              mathematical formulation of principles.
     3        CS17 – A minimum of one double period per week or its
              equivalent is spent engaged in laboratory work.
                                            AP Chemistry Pacing Guide

Weeks        Topic (Zumdahl Chapter)                             Subtopic/Laboratory                         Scoring
                                                                                                            Component
1st Nine
  Wks.
   1          Chemical Foundations (1)           Pre-test                                                  13, 14, 16
                                                 Scientific Method
                                                 Units
                                                 Uncertainty
                                                 Significant Figures
                                                 Dimensional Analysis
                                                 Temperature
                                                 Density
                                                 Classification of Matter
                                                 Assessment

                                                 Laboratory Safety
                                                 Laboratory Notebook/Record Maintenance
                                                 Use of Volumetric Glassware (J. F. Hall, Experiment 2,
                                                  page 9) – 1 Day
   2       Atoms, Molecules, and Ions (2)        Pre-test                                                   1, 2, 13
                                                 History of the Model of the Atom
                                                 Modern Atomic Theory
                                                 Atoms and Ion Formation
                                                 Introduction to the Periodic Table
                                                 Binary Ionic and Covalent Compounds
                                                 Assessment

                                                 Determination of Molar Mass of a Volatile Liquid (J. F.
                                                  Hall, Experiment 15, page 159) – 1 Day
   3             Stoichiometry (3)               Pre-test                                                   8, 13, 16
                                                 Atomic Mass
                                                 The Mole
                                                 Molar Mass
                                                 Percent Composition
                                                 Determining Empirical Formula
                                                 Balancing Chemical Equations
                                                 Stoichiometric Calculations
                                                 Limiting Reactant Identification
                                                 Yield Calculations
                                                 Assessment

                                                 Determination of the Percentage Water in Cu(SO4)2·
                                            H2O (J. F. Hall, Experiment 12, page 117) – 1 Day


   4        Types of Reactions and         Character of Water                                       6, 7, 8, 13
   5       Solution Stoichiometry (4)      Strong and Weak Electrolytes
                                           Composition of Solutions
                                           Precipitation Reactions
                                           Acid-Base Reactions
                                           Oxidation-Reduction Reactions
                                           Balancing Redox Equations
                                           Oxidation-Reduction Titrations
                                           Assessment

                                           Analysis of Commercial Bleach (S. A. Vonderbrink,
                                            Experiment 10. page 57) – 1 Day
                                           Finding the Ratio of Moles of Reactants in a Chemical
                                            Reaction (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment 2, page 7) – 1
                                            Day
   6               Gases (5)               Pressure                                                   3, 13
   7                                       Gas Laws
                                           Gas Stoichiometry
                                           Dalton’s Law of Partial Pressure
                                           Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases
                                           Effusion and Diffusion
                                           Real Gases
                                           Assessment

                                           Calcium Carbonate Analysis: Molar Volume of Carbon
                                            Dioxide (J. A. Beran, Experiment 19, page 237) – 1 Day
   8         Thermochemistry (6)           Energy                                                   11, 13, 16
   9                                       Enthalpy and Calorimetry
                                           Hess’s Law
                                           Standard Enthalpies of Formation
                                           Sources of Energy
                                           Assessment

                                           Heat of Metal/Acid Reactions (J. F. Hall, Experiment
                                            17, Choice IV, page 183) – 1 Day
                                           Thermochemistry and Hess’s Law (S. A. Vonderbrink,
                                            Experiment 6, page 31) – 1 Day
2nd Nine
  Wks.
  10         Chemical Kinetics (12)        Reaction Rates                                           10, 13, 16
  11                                       Rate Laws
  12                                       Determining the Form of the Rate Law
                                           Reaction Mechanisms
                                    Kinetic Model
                                    Catalysis
                                    Assessment

                                    Rates of Chemical Reactions (J. F. Hall, Experiment 25,
                                     page 303) – 1 Day
13   Chemical Equilibrium (13)      Equilibrium Condition                                     9, 13, 16
14                                  Equilibrium Expressions
                                    Heterogeneous Equilibria
                                    Applications of the Equilibrium Constant
                                    Solving Equilibrium Problems
                                    Le Chatelier’s Principle
                                    Assessment

                                    Determination of the solubility Product of an Ionic
                                     Compound (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment 13, page 81) –
                                     1 Day
14     Acids and Bases (14)         The Nature of Acids and Bases                             9, 13, 16
15                                  Acid Strength
                                    The pH Scale
                                    Calculation of the pH of Strong Acid Solutions
                                    Calculation of the pH of Weak Acid Solutions
                                    Polyprotic Acids
                                    Acid-Base Properties of Oxides
                                    The Lewis Acid-Base Model
                                    Assessment

                                    Analysis of Stomach Antacid Tablets (J. F. Hall,
                                     Experiment 29, Choice II, page 367) – 1 Day

                                    Analysis of an Unknown Acid Sample (J. F. Hall,
                                     Experiment 29, Choice I, page 361) – 1 Day
16    Atomic Structure and          Electromagnetic Radiation                                   1, 13
17       Periodicity (7)            Nature of Matter
                                    Atomic Spectrum of Hydrogen
                                    The Bohr Model
                                    The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom
                                    Quantum Numbers
                                    Orbital Shapes and Energies
                                    Pauli Principle
                                    The Aufbau Principle
                                    Periodic Trends in Atomic Properties

                                    Emission Lines of Some Metallic Elements (J. F. Hall,
                                     Lab 18, Choice III, page 209) – 1 Day
  17          Bonding Concepts (8)           Types of Chemical Bonds                                       2
  18                                         Electronegativitiy and Bond Polarity
                                             Formation of Ionic Compounds
                                             Partial Ionic Character of Covalent Bonds
                                             Covalent Chemical bonds Models
                                             Covalent Bond Energies and Reactions
                                             The Localized Electron Bonding Model
                                             Lewis Structures
                                             Exception to the Octet Rule
                                             Resonance
                                             Molecular Structure : The VSEPR Model
                                             Assessment

                                             Molecular Properties (J. F. Hall, Lab 19, Choice I, page
                                              223) – Day 1

                                             Midterm
3rd Nine
  Wks.
  19          Covalent Bonding (9)           Hybridization                                                 2
  20                                         The Molecular Orbital Model
                                             Homonuclear Diatomic Molecules
                                             Heteronuclear Diatomic Molecules
                                             Combining Localized and Molecular Orbital Models
                                             Assessment
  21         Liquids and Solids (10)         Intermolecular Forces                                        4, 5
  22                                         Liquids
                                             Structure and Types of Solids
                                             Structure and Bonding in Metals
                                             Network Atomic Solids
                                             Molecular Solids
                                             Ionic Solids
                                             Vapor Pressure and Changes of State
                                             Phase Diagrams
                                             Assessment
  23       Properties of solutions (11)      Solution Composition                                       6, 13, 16
  24                                         Energies of Formation
                                             Solubility
                                             Vapor Pressure of Solutions
                                             Boiling-Point Elevation and Freezing-Point Depression
                                             Osmotic Pressure
                                             Colligative Properties of Electrolyte Solutions

                                             Molecular Mass by Freezing Point Depression (S. A.
                                              Vonderbrink, Experiment 43, page 43) – 1 Day
  25       Applications of Aqueous      Acid-Base Equilibria: Common Ion Effect, Buffers,      9, 13, 16
  26            Equilibria (15)          Titration and pH Curves
  27                                    Solubility Equilbria: Solubility Product and
                                         Precipitation/Qualitative Analysis
                                        Complex Ion Equilibria

                                        Acids, Bases, and Buffered Systems (J. F. Hall,
                                         Experiment 28, page 345) – 1 Day
4th Nine
  Wks.
  28        Thermodynamics (16)         Spontaneity and Entropy                                11, 13, 16
                                        Free Energy
                                        Entropy Changes and Chemical Reactions
                                        Free Energy and Equilibrium
                                        Free Energy and Work

                                        Vapor Pressure & Enthalpy of Vaporization of Water
                                         (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment 9, page 51) – 1 Day
  29       Electrochemistry (17)        Galvanic Cells                                          11, 16
                                        Standard Reduction Potentials
                                        Cell Potential, Electrical Work and Free Energy
                                        Dependence of Cell Potential on Concentration
 30-31        AP Exam Review            Chemical Reactions                                        All
                                        AP Practice Exam
  32                                    AP Chemistry Exam - Week of May 15th


  33                                    Qualitative Analysis of Cations (S. A. Vonderbrink.       13
  34                                     Experiment 19, page 123) – 5 Days
  35                                    Liquid Chromatography (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment
  36                                     21, page 149) – 1 Day
                                        Electrochemical Cells (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment
                                         18, page 115) – 1 Day
                                        Synthesis of Alum (S. A. Vonderbrink, Experiment 3,
                                         page 13) – 2 days
                                        Student Lab of Choice – 5 Days

				
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