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English Name / Family Name / Block
Lab Safety Pt.1
1-4
Echo yu / F
Jennifer Yang/B
Rachel LEE/ F
Bonnie Zhang/B
Lab Safety Pt.2
5-8
Nina Liu/F
Cherish Yin/C
Echo yu F
Unit Conversions
9-16
Cherish Yin/C
Juliet Pu/A
Maggie Liu Qi/F
SI Units and Metric Unit conversions
16-22
Laura Lee / F
Carol/Li/A
Vinessa wang /B
Derived Quantities and Density
23-26
Maggie Liu Qi/F
Milly/Fang/A
Carol/Li/A
Significant Figures & Zeros
26/37
Memory Huang/C
Monica/Wang/F
Judy Gao/B
Elizabeth Su/F
Certain & Uncertain Digits, Defined Numbers and Accuracy & Precision
28-29
Vinessa wang /B
EvaZhu/C
Nina Teng/ C
How to Read a Scale
30-34
Christina/Yu/F
EvaZhu/C
GailXiao/B
Experimental Uncertainty
34-36
Sakura Yu/C
Melody Mu/C
Multiplying & Dividing and Adding and Subtracting with Sig Figs
38-39
Amy/Gao/A
Jennifer Yang/B
CarolYao/A
Solving Problems that Involve Multiple Operations and Sig Figs
40
Catherine/Gong/C
Judy Gao/B
Smile Wang B
Basic Science Definitions
41-43
Echo yu F
Nina Liu F
Cherrylv F
The Physical Properties of Matter (Exclude Exotic States)
44-49
Fiona/Wang/F
Kaylee Liu/ C
OliviaSHINAN/Wang/A
Classification of Matter
49-52
Milly/Fang/A
Juliet Pu/A
Carol/Li/A
The Physical separation of substances
53-55
Kaylee Liu/ C
Eva Fang/B
Tina Wang/B
When to use each Separation method (Include only the methods we studied)
58


Phase Changes
59-61
Rachel Zhang /C
Fiona/Wang/F
Christine/Chen/C
The role of Kinetic Energy in Phase Changes
62/64
Kaylee Liu/ C
Dianna Wang/A
Cathy/Guan/B
How to Classify Atoms and Ions
67-68
Lemon/Han/C
Sarah/Yang/A
Zea Ge /A
Naming Monatomic and Poly Atomic Ions
69
Emily/Qiu/C
Joyce/lee/C
Catherine/Gong/C
Constructing the Formula of an Ionic Compound
70-71
Emily li/E
Martina Yu/A
Sapphire/Zhao/F
Constructing the Name of an Ionic Compound
71-72
Amy/Gao/A
Lemon/Han/C
Melody Mu/C
Naming Hydrates and Naming Compounds Using the Prefix System
72-74
Lemon/Han/C
Cathy/Guan/B
Annie/Li/C
The Names of some Common Acids and "When to Choose Each Naming or Formula Method"
74/Notes
Melody Mu C
Cherish Yin/C
Nina Liu/F
Atomic Mass and Avogadro's Hypothesis
77-78
Angel Zhang/C
Cathy Guan/B
Snow/Jia/C
The Mole Concept and Finding Molar Mass
78-80
Snow/Jia/C
Annie Chiang/B
Judy Gao/B
Calculations involving the Mole and the Mass of a Substance and the Volume of a gas
81-82
Emily/Wang/C
Amy/Gao/A
Christine/Chen/C
Calculations involving the Mole and the Volume of a gas and the Number of Particles
82-84
Sapphire/Zhao/F
CelloWang/B
Annie/Li/C
Multiple Mole Conversions
85-88
Christina/Yu/F
Emily/Qiu/C
Cherrylv/F
Percentage Composition
90
Cherry/lv /F
Sarah/Yang/A
Cherish Yin/C
Empirical Formula
91-93
Rachel Zhang /C
Yuki/Li/B
Juliet Pu/A
Molecular formula
93-95
Rachel Zhang /C
Sophie/ Fu/F
Alexandra/Yuan/B
Molar Concentrations and Making up Solutions
96-99
CelloWang/B
Marilyn Wang / Blk:B
Cherrylv F
Dilution Calculations
99-101
Ann/Yu/F
Martina Yu/A
Cathy/Gu/F
Mixing Two Solutions and Making Dilute Solutions
101-102
Ann/Yu/F
Angel Zhang/C
Marilyn Wang/Blk B
An Overview of Molarity Problems
103
Christine/Chen/C
Nina Teng/ C
Sakura/Yu/C
Chemical Equations and the Conservation Laws
105-107
Snow/Jia/C
Flora/Xu/F
Sherry/Yao/A
Balancing Chemical Reaction Equations
107-112
Alexandra/Yuan/B
Yuki/Li/B
Sarah/Yang/A
Edith Wang /Block A
Three names MAX
Phases, the Magic 7 and Chemical Word Equations
113-114
OliviaSHINAN/Wang/A
Kristen Luo/F
Cissy/Wang/C
Types of Chemical Reactions - First 4 Types (Pt.1)
114-116
Andrea/Zhang/A
Fiona/Wang/F
Edith Wang/Block A
Types of Chemical Reactions - Combustion (Pt.2) + Summary
116-118
Andrea/Zhang/A
Milly/Fang/A
Laura Lee/ F
Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions
119-122
Alexandra /Yuan/B
Emily/Qiu/C
Yuki/Li/B
The Meaning of Stoichiometry and the Coefficients in a Reaction Equation
123-124
Sophie/Fu/F
MaggieSUI/Liu/F
Annie/Li/C
Stoichiometry --> Moles, mass, molecules and gas volume calculations
125-128
Judy Bai / Block A
HelenChen/BlockF
Mary Feng/ B
Stoichiometry calculations involving Molar concentration
129-132
AbbyZhang/C
vinessa wang /B
Judy Bai / Block A
Stoichiometry of excess quantities
132-134
AbbyZhang/C
wang/C
HelenChen/F block
Percent Yield and Purity
134-138

Early atomic models
139-142
Cici/zhang/A
Monica/Wang/F
Freyja/Zhang/F
Later atomic models
142-144
Cici/zhang/A
Angel Zhang/C
Annie Chiang/B
Atomic number and mass
144-147
Cici/zhang/A
Melody Mu/C
OliviaSHINAN/Wang/A
Isotopes and their mixtures
148-151
Jennifer Yang/B
CelloWang/B
CarolYao/A
Line spectra, electron shells and energy level diagrams
151-153
Annie Chiang/B
Zea/Ge/A
Helen/Chen/B
Writing electron configurations of atoms in full and core notation
154-156
Joyce/lee/C
Christina/Lv/B
Laura Lee/F
Writing electron configurations of ions, and the copper and chromium exceptions
156-158
Joyce/lee/C
Memory HUANG/C
Kristen Luo/F
History of the periodic table
158-160
Melody, Li
Sophie Fu/F
Cissy/Wang/C
The Major divisions of the periodic table & Metals Non-metals and semi conductors
161-164
Dianna Wang/A
Rachel LEE/ C
Sapphire/Zhao/F
SnowJia/C
Electrostatic forces, electron shells, Valence electrons and valence of an atom
165-168
Mary Feng /B
Jerry Huang / B
Winnie Zhao/C
Ionization energy, Electron Affinity, and Atomic Radius
168-169+notes
Mary Feng /B
Jerry Huang/ B
Freyja/Zhang/F
Electronegativity (+ see notes)
173-175, 183
Emily/Wang/C
Sakura/Yu/C
Melody Mu/ C

Lewis dot diagrams of neutral atoms, monatomic ions, and ionic compounds (& the nature of ionic bonds)
172+notes
Rachel LEE/ F
wang /C
EvaZhu/C
The nature of covalent bonding & Predicting the formula of covalent compounds
176-179
Stellar Wu/Block C
Mavis/Mao/F
Cissy/Wang/C
Lewis dot diagrams of covalent compounds
183-188
Christina/Lv/B
Tina/Wang
Smile/Wang/Blk B
Intermolecular Forces and Bonding
179-182
Stellar Wu/Block C
Edith Wang/Block A
Marilyn Wang/Block B
Chemical families
189-191
Kristen/ Luo/ F
Monica/Wang/F
Catherine/Gong/C
Solutions and Solubility Introduction
193-194
WinnieZhao/C
Melody, Li
Tina/Wang/B
The Conductivity of Aqueous solutions
195-198
WinnieZhao/C
Aurora/Zhang/B
Eva Fang/B
Dipole-Dipole Forces
198-202
Stellar Wu/Block C
Carol Wang/A
Carol Yao/A
Hydrogen Bonding
202-204
Emily li/E
Melosy, Li
Zoe xu/A
Polar and Non-Polar Solvents
204-206
Carol Wang/A
Elizabeth/Su/F
Dianna Wang /A
The nature of solutions of ions
209-210

Concentration of ions in Solution
211-212
Aurora/Zhang/B
Judy Bai / Block A
wang /C
Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Hydrocarbons
213-214
Ann/Yu/F
AbbyZhang/C
Mavis/Mao/F
BonnieZhang/B
Unbranched Alkanes and their Geometry
215-216
Maggie Liu Q/F
Christina Lv/B
SherryYao/A
Branched Hydrocarbons
217-221
Elizabeth/Su/F
Martina/Yu/A
Jerry Huang /B
Structural Isomers and properties of Alkanes
222+notes

Cycloalkanes
222-223
Mavis/Mao/F
HelenChen/F
Sherry Yao/A
BonnieZhang/B
Alkyl Halides
224-225
Zoe xu/A
Alkenes and Alkynes
226-228
Cathy/Gu/F
Carol Yao/A
Carol Wang/A
The Geometry of Alkenes and Alkynes
229-230
Not Available
Aromatic Compounds
230-232
freyja/Zhang/F
Cathy/Gu/F
Aurora/Zhang/B
Introduction to functional groups and Alcohols
233-234
Andrea/Zhang/A
Zoe xu/A
Maggie Sui Liu/F
Aldehydes and Keytones
234-235
Emily li/E
Emily/Wang/C
Oliviawang/ A
Ethers and Carboxylic Acids
235-236
Maggie SuiLiu/F
Flora Xu/F
GailXiao/B
Amines and Amindes
236
Christina Yu / F
Smile Wang/B
Nina Teng/ C
Esters
238-239
GailXiao/B
Olivia wang /A
Eva Fang/B



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