Calculating moles for pure solids, liquids and gases. This is using Avogadro's number to define a specific number of particles that can then be used for a reaction.
We learned about balancing chemical equations and relative atomic and molecular masses.
We learned about writing chemical formulae
The weeks topics focussed on electronic structures and electron configurations in their various orbitals.
This shortened week, we focussed on sigma and pi bonds and the orbital overlaps, the relationship between bond energy and bond length to reactivity
This week it was the turn for covalent bonds, a recap of electron configurations and orbitals, dative covalent bonds and finally, hybridisation
This week we focussed on electronegativity and ionic and metallic bonds.
This week was dedicated to calculating moles in titrations, including the use of limiting reagents and percentage yield calculations.
This week we covered empirical formulae and their calculations, including percentage composition by mass and calculating molecular formulae.
This very short week, we simply focussed on the electrolysis of aqueous solutions and their products