Course Number: 414/415
Full Year; 10 Units
UC/CSU Approved: Laboratory Science area “D” requirement.
AP Chemistry is designed to be the equivalent of the general chemistry course usually taken during the first year of college. The importance of the theoretical aspects of chemistry will be emphasized. Topics will cover the in-depth study of the structure of matter, kinetic theory of gases, chemical equilibrium, chemical kinetics, and the basics of thermodynamics. There will be coverage of descriptive facts linking the factual study with the practical issues of chemistry. Laboratory experiences will be extensive and will require writing, observational and quantitative skill work. Additional out-of-class time, co-curricular and after school time may be required for completion of the lab component. Critical analysis of the set-ups and results is paramount.
- Chemistry & Chemical Reactivity, 10th edition (Kotz, Treichel, Townsend, Treichel) ISBN: 1337399078
Level of Difficulty:
Estimated Homework Per Class:
Chemistry Honors with a grade of "B" or better OR Chemistry with an “A” AND
Algebra II with a "B" or better