Potential Energy Diagrams:, Catalyzed & Uncatalyzed: Essential Skills Lesson #39



~Essential Skills Lesson #39~ Organize sets of easy-to-understand guided reading, engaging example problems with step-by-step solutions, and practice multiple choice and short answer questions related to:

Potential Energy Diagrams; Interpreting, Drawing, and Completing Diagrams, Potential Energy Measurements, Exothermic and Endothermic Curves, Effect of a Catalyst.

With this lesson your student will learn key vocabulary terms and facts, and

develop knowledge and problem-solving abilities in many, if not all of the essential chemistry skill areas listed below.

✔ Vocabulary terms and definitions

✔ Concept related facts

✔ Recognize and identify

✔ Describe, state and compare

✔ Explain and justify. Set up and calculate.

✔ Draw, complete, and interpret diagrams, tables and graphs

✔ Use the Reference Tables

✔ Answering multiple choice questions

✔ Answering constructive response questions

Student and Teacher-friendly Format

✔ Organized sets of guided reading, example and practice questions in each lesson.

✔ Emphasis on a small number of related chem concepts

✔ A nice mix of straightforward and challenging questions

✔ Understandable for students of all skill levels

✔ Small number of pages for a quick read for students, and quick printing and photocopying for teachers

✔ Quick and easy grading for teachers


✔ One class period read and practice work

✔ One or two nights homework assignment

Some questions require the use of NYS Chemistry Reference Tables 2011 Edition . Click to access and download.

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Topic 1 Bundle: Matter, Energy and Change

Lesson 1: Types and Classification of Matter .

Lesson 2: Phases of Matter and Temperature .

Lesson 3: Heat and Heat Calculations

Lesson 4: Characteristics of Gases and Gas Law Calculations

Lesson 5: Physical and Chemical Properties and Changes

Topic 2 Bundle: The Periodic Table

Lesson 6: Properties and Arrangement of the Periodic Table

Lesson 7: Types and Properties of Elements. Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids, Halogens, Noble Gases

Lesson 8: Periodic Trends

Topic 3 Bundle: Atomic Structure

Lesson 9: History of Atomic Models

Lesson 10: Structure of an Atom, Atomic Mass, Isotopes

Lesson 11: Arrangement of Electrons

Lesson 12 : Neutral Atoms and Ions

Topic 4 Bundle: Chemical Bonding

Lesson 13: Stability and Energy in Bonding

Lesson 14: Types of Chemical Bonds

Lesson 15: Types and Properties of Substances

Lesson 16: Polarity, Shapes and Intermolecular Forces

Lesson 17: Electron-dot Diagrams

Topic 5 Bundle: Chemical Formulas and Equations

Lesson 18: Types of Chemical Formulas

Lesson 19: Chemical Nomenclature

Lesson 20: Types of Chemical Reactions and Balancing Equations

Topic 6 Bundle: Moles and Stoichiometry

Lesson 21: Mole and Mass Calculations in Formulas

Lesson 22: Percent Composition Calculations

Lesson 23: Mole Calculations in Equations

Topic 7 Bundle: Solutions

Lesson 24: Properties of Solutions

Lesson 25: Solubility Factors of Solutions

Lesson 26: Types of Solutions and Solubility Curves

Lesson 27: Molarity and Parts per Million Calculations

Lesson 28: Vapor Pressure

Lesson 29: Effect of a Solute on Properties of a Solution

Topic 8 Bundle: Acids, Bases and Salts

Lesson 30: Acid and Base Theories and Definitions

Lesson 31: Acid and Base Indicators and pH

Lesson 32: Reactions of Acids and Bases

Lesson 33: Acid-Base Titration

Lesson 34: Relating H+ Concentration to pH

Lesson 35: Salts and Electrolytes

Lesson 36: Naming and Writing Formulas of Acids

Topic 9 Bundle: Kinetics and Equilibrium

Lesson 37: Reaction Rate, Catalysts and Activation Energy

Lesson 38: Energy in Chemical Reactions

Lesson 39: Potential Energy Diagrams

Lesson 40: Entropy

Lesson 41: Physical Equilibrium

Lesson 42: Chemical Equilibrium and Le Chatelier’s Principle

Topic 10 Bundle: Organic Chemistry

Lesson 43: Properties of Organic Compounds

Lesson 44: Hydrocarbon Compounds

Lesson 45: Functional Group Compounds

Lesson 46: Isomers

Lesson 47: Organic Reactions

Topic 11 Bundle: Redox and Electrochemistry

Lesson 48: Oxidation Numbers

Lesson 49: Half-reactions: Oxidation and Reduction

Lesson 50: Redox: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Lesson 51: Components of Electrochemical cells; Anode, Cathode, Salt Bridge

Lesson 52: Voltaic and Electrolytic Cells

Lesson 53: Activity Series

Topic 12 Bundle: Nuclear Chemistry

Lesson 54: Nuclear Chemistry Particles

Lesson 55: Nuclear Decay and Reactions

Lesson 56: Balancing and Writing Nuclear Equations

Lesson 57: Half-life

Lesson 58: Uses and Benefits of Radioisotopes

Topic 13 Bundle: Lab Safety and Measurements

Lesson 59: Lab Safety, Procedures and Equipment

Lesson 60: Significant Figures

Lesson 61: Reading Measurements and Percent Error


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