This resource was developed prior to the curriculum redesign in 2015. While it does not align with current learning standards, it may have value as a content source. Teachers may need to make adjustments to ensure accurate alignment with current curriculum:

Chemistry 12, version 03 (Print)

Chemistry 12 is designed mainly for students who might study science, engineering, medicine, or technology at the post-secondary level.

PLEASE NOTE: The following textbook is referred to in this course. Stock may be low or depleted already. Students need to purchase their own from local libraries, publishers, or online book stores:

Nelson Chemistry (BC edition) (ISBN-10: 0-17-604985-1 or ISBN-13: 978-0-17-604985-0)

PLEASE NOTE: Optional DVDs 1 and 2 will not be available once stock is depleted. Students, if they wish, can view the topics on Youtube or Kazam.

Please note that student term tests and instructional guide (answer keys for section assignments and term tests) are available for this course. These items can be ordered by Account Customers through this website by using your Customer Number. If you are not aware of your Customer Number, please call Customer Service at 1.888.883.4766.

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Product Code Quantity Price
Provincial Exam Package, Chemistry 12, version 01 ** 7540004505 $29.32EA
This package contains a blank exam and an answer key for tests in each of the following topic areas: Reaction Kinetics and Equilibria, Ionic Equilibria, Acid-Base Equilibria, and Oxidation and Reduction. Also included is one complete set of the eight Dat a Tables used in all four exams. Teachers have permission to reproduce the blank tests.

NOTE: Teachers in public and independent schools who submit purchase orders for bulk purchases of 20 or more Provincial Exam Packages will receive a 15% discount.

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Module 1, Chemistry 12, version 03 (JCH12A3) ** 7540001826 $23.44EA
Section 1:Review of Chemical Equations; Introduction to Reaction Kinetics; Factors Affecting Rates of Reaction; Collision Theory of Chemical Reactions
Section 2:Energy Changes Occurring in Chemical Reactions; Potential Energy Diagrams for Forward and Reverse Reactions; Reaction Mechanisms; Catalysts and their Applications
Section 3:The Nature of Chemical Equilibrium; Graphical Representation of Chemical Equilibrium; The Factors Determining the Position of Equilibrium
Section 4:Factors Affecting Equilibrium; Le Chatelier's Principle; Graphical Representation of Changes in Equilibrium; The Haber Process: A Practical Application of Equilibrium; Quantitative Aspects of Equilibrium--The Equilibrium Constant
Section 5:The Significance of Keq; Calculating Equilibrium Concentrati ons; More Equilibrium Calculations; Calculation of Equilibrium Concentrations from Initial Concentrations and Keq; Using Keq to Determine Whether a System is at Equilibrium
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Module 2, Chemistry 12, version 03 (JCH12B3) ** 7540001827 $23.44EA
Section 1:Solubility of Ionic Substances; Saturated Solutions of Ionic Substances-Solubility Equilibrium; Ion Concentration in Solution
Section 2:Solubility Rules and Qualitative Analysis; Predicting Precipitation Reactions; Separating Ions From Solution; Qualitative Analysis
Section 3:Solubility Equilibrium; Calculation of Solubility Given the Value of Ksp; Will a Precipitate Form?--Using the Ksp to Make Predictions; Determining Maximum Ion Concentrations in Saturated Solutions
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Module 3, Chemistry 12, version 03 (JCH12C3) ** 7540001829 $23.44EA
Section 1:Aqueous Acids, Bases, and Salts; Bronsted-Lowry Definitions; Conjugate Acid-Base Pairs
Section 2:Relative Acid Stre ngths; Acid-Base Indicators; Hydrolysis of Salts
Section 3:Quantitative Relationships in Acid-Base Equilibria; [H3O] and [OH-] at Temperatures Other Than 25 C; Weak Acid-Base Equilibria: Ka and Kb; The Relationship Betw een Ka and Kb for a Conjugate Pair
Section 4:pH and pH Calculations; Relating and Using pH and pOH; pH in Weak Acid-Base Calculations; Further Discussions of Acid Base Indicators
Section 5:Mixing Acids and Bases; Acid-Base Neutralizations (Titrations) of Strong Acids and Bases; The Theory of Practice of Titrations; Weak Acid/Strong Base and Weak Base/Strong Acid Titrations--A Closer Look
Section 6:A pplications of Acid-Base Concepts; Periodic Trends in Acidity of Oxides; Acid Rain
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Module 4, Chemistry 12, version 03 (JCH12D3) ** 7540001830 $23.44EA
Section 1:Introduction to Oxidation-Reduction; Relative Strengths of Oxidizing and Reducing Agents; The Table of Standard Reduction Half Reactions; Balancing Redox Reactions Using the Table of Standard Reduction Potentials
Section 2:Balancing Half-Reactions-The Half-Cell Method; Balancing Redox Reactions Using the Half-Cell Method; Oxidation Numbers-Electron Bookkeeping; Oxidation-Reduction Titrations
Section 3:Electrochemical Cells; Voltages of Electrochemical Cells; The Significance of the Cell Voltage; Applications of Electrochemical Cells
Section 4:Corrosion--An example of a Redox Application; Electrolysis; Electrolysis of Aqueous Salt Solutions; Further Applications of Electrolytic Cells; The Breathalyzer
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