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HONORS CHEMISTRY
Quarter 2 Exam Topics
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Know the following scientists and their contributions to the evolution of the atomic model and
how electrons are arranged in those models.
o Democritus, Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Chadwick, Bohr, Schrodinger, Heisenberg
 Know experimental observations and their key contributions to the atomic
theory.
 Be able to draw and label the model of the atom for each scientist mentioned
above.
 Know Dalton’s postulates.
Distinguish atoms based upon their number of subatomic particles.
Distinguish between isotopes.
Understand the relationship between quantum mechanics and the atom.
Know the ranges of the four quantum numbers.
Electron Configurations
Identify and apply the three rules that govern electron filling patterns to form electron
configurations and be able to analyze them.
Be able to provide an electron configuration for any element on the periodic table using
multiple notations.
Understand the theoretic relationship between Wavelength, Frequency, and Energy and be able
to quantitatively solve for each.
Be able to describe what differentiates types of electromagnetic radiation and be able to give a
detailed description on why we see certain colors.
Relate wave mechanics to the principles of the Quantum Mechanical model of atoms and how
we can use our understanding of how electrons behave as an analytical tool. [Atomic Spectra
(Continuous, Emission, Absorption)]
Be able to calculate moles, representative particles, grams, and/or liters of any given
elements/compounds. (no equalities will be given)
Be able to categorize elements according to their position in the periodic table and the periodic
trends. (Atomic Radius, Electronegativity, Ionization Energy)
Understand the difference between cations and anions and how their size is related to their
neutral atoms.
**ALL OTHER TOPICS COVERED DURING QUARTER 2 ARE ELLIGIBLE FOR THE QUARTERLY EXAM**