Monthly Archives: August 2018

H Forensic Science

Today we took a pre-test in our short period

H Chemistry 8.29.18

Today we reviewed for the unit 1 test.
Review for unit 1 test

082918 Notes Key Unit 1 Test Review

H Forensic Science 8.28.18

Today we completed latent print lab 1. Then we finished notes on fingerprints.

Remember to read chapter 16 in the online text! Due WEdnesday, 8.29

H Chemistry 8.28.18

Today we talked about periodic trends. If you need to see the notes, look at 2nd period’s notes from yesterday’s post.

CW – Periodic Trends ALT

H Chemistry 8.27.18

In first period, we learned how to write electron configurations. See the notes and assignment posted to Friday, 8.24.

In 2nd period, we learned about periodic trends.
082718 Notes – Periodic Trends

H Chemistry 8.27.18

Hi. We took notes today and fingerprint minutiae and types of fingerprints.
082418 Notes Fingerprints

We will get to the lab we missed today on Tuesday.

082418 H Forensic Science 8.24.18

On Friday we went over the unit 1 test. WE also started unit 2A by taking some notes on fingerprints and completing a look at your fingerprints activity.
082418 Notes Fingerprints

Study Your Fingerprint & Latent

H Chemistry 8.24.18

We finished creating a graphic organizer of the periodic table and taking notes.
082318 Notes The Periodic Table

CW: Due Friday, 8.24
Periodic Table Worksheet

Notes on electron configurations
082418 Notes electron configurations

e- configuration PT

H Chemistry 8.22.18

Today we completed the Flame Test Lab. If you weren’t in class today, here’s how you can make up the lab.

Print out the lab:Virtual Flame Test Lab

Click on this link:
Virtual Flame Test Lab
Scroll down the page until you see Flame Test (known). Click on each element to see each flame color is produced when the electrons are excited. Record in the data table. Scroll down a little more to Flame Test (unknown). Click on each to observe and record the colors. Each unknown is one of the knowns you just did before. Identify the element.

For analysis, match the color produced by the element to the wavelength and use that to calculate the frequency. Secondly, use the frequency you just calculated to determine the energy of the photon. See the equations on the lab handout. Then answer the conclusion questions.

H Forensic Science 8.22.18

Here is the review for your unit 1 test.
Unit 1 Review

Here is the answer key for the review.