Metallic Bonding Doodle Notes

Metallic Bonding Doodle Notes

A summary of metallic bonding where students define, list characteristics and draw an image of how a metallic bond may appear. They need to explain the properties of electrical conductivity and malleability using the definition. Finally, students are expected to define, list some characteristics and draw an image of an alloy.
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Dynamic Equilibrium Doodle Notes

Dynamic Equilibrium Doodle Notes

A summary of dynamic equilibrium, starting with categorizing reactions into chemical and physical changes and finalizing with a definition of each. Students are to outline the characteristics of a dynamic equilibrium and draw two graphs that show when equilibrium is reached. The final task is for students to categorize statements about dynamic equilibrium into true or false.
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Ionic Bonding Doodle Notes

Ionic Bonding Doodle Notes

A brief summary of ionic bonding and where it is found. The difference between cations and anions and then students are expected to draw the bonding between sodium and chlorine. Students also need to summarize how to write an ionic formula for a compound and name it. Finally, they need to explain how volatility, electrical conductivity and solubility are related to ionic compound properties.
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Ideal Gas Equation Doodle Notes

Ideal Gas Equation Doodle Notes

A review of the four individual equations that feed into the formation of the Ideal Gas Equation. A summary of the graph shape for each and the equation that represents the graph for Boyle's Law, Gay Lucas's Law, Charles's Law and Avogadro's Law. Students have the chance to carry out four calculations using the ideal gas equation.
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Bond Polarity Doodle Notes

Bond Polarity Doodle Notes

A summary of the difference between purely covalent, polar covalent and ionic covalent compounds based on electronegativity differences. Students use electronegativity values to predict the type of bonding in a compound. Also, there is a chance to draw three ways bond polarity is shown in a compound structure.
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Periodic Table Trends Doodle Notes

Periodic Table Trends Doodle Notes

A summary of the trends in the periodic table including: Electronegativity, Electron Affinity, Ionization Energy, Ionic Radius, Atomic Radius and Shielding Effect. Arrows to show increasing or decreasing values.
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Covalent Bonding Doodle Notes

Covalent Bonding Doodle Notes

A summary of Covalent Bonding using the style of Doodle Notes. Place for a definition and when it is found between elements. Use of Lewis Dot Structure rules to form the likely structure of the compound formed. Identification of single, double and triple bonds. Chance for students to form an explanation of the relationship between bond strength, length and number of bonding pairs.
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Particles and Matter - Solids, Liquids and Gases Doodle Notes

Particles and Matter - Solids, Liquids and Gases Doodle Notes

A summary of the particulate nature of matter, including solids, liquids and gases. The use of doodle notes to identify changes in state including heating curves. Properties of solids, liquids and gases. Definitions of particle types: atom, molecule and ion. Definition of mixtures: heterogeneous and homogeneous.
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