This website is provided for the convenience of students in Chem CP with Dr. Topics studied in this course include atomic theory, chemical bonding, periodicity, nuclear chemistry, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, gases, kinetics, equilibrium, acid-base theory, and oxidation-reduction. You should make your request, including this completed questionnaire, as soon as possible. The potential downsides of nuclear energy are obvious, but are there any other uses for radioactivity?
It is these highly consistent and reliable samples, rather than the tricky ones, that have to be falsified for "young Earth" theories to have any scientific plausibility, not to mention the need to falsify huge amounts of evidence from other techniques.
This course draws extensively on students' knowledge of algebra, with an ongoing mathematical and quantitative component. (This will be strictly enforced.) If you need advice on selecting or using a suitable calculator, ask Dr. Check out the Chem 1 Concept Builder, offering guided, interactive, and in-depth instruction.. We will learn to write balanced nuclear equations and solve radioactive dating problems.
The material requires students to continually build upon previously acquired skills--so students are encouraged to keep up with the steady pace of the class and come in for extra help any time. We will also learn about the many applications of nuclear chemistry.
An early summary of them is found in Charles Lyell's .
In no way are they meant to imply there are no exceptions.Thermochemistry (Chapter 13) - In this unit, we focus on the heat changes involved in chemical and physical changes.