Period 1:

- Chapter test
- Make corrections
- Intro to Next Chapter - Science Court: Work and Simple Machines

- Begin EM Spectrum and Light
- Worksheet with NASA EM Spectrum Tour of the Electromagnetic Spectrum (NASA)

- Review: Drawing & Writing Electron Configurations
- Read p. 86-89
- Questions on p. 89 #5-6
- Worksheet
- Review p.96 Shell (corresponds to period number on periodic table)--> Orbital (designated by a letter)-->Suborbital (designated by a subscript)-->Superscript above orbital letter indicates how many electrons are contained in that orbital (Each sub orbital can contain 2 electrons. Therefore s can hold a max of 2, p-6, d-10) -->each suborbital fills up with electrons in a ordered way according to Hund's rule (demonstrate)----> SHORTHAND NOTATION IN BACK OF BOOK
- Chemistry: How to Write Electron Configuration | Homework Tutor
- http://employees.oneonta.edu/viningwj/sims/atomic_electron_configurations_s1.html

- Go over answers to Review questions #1-3 on page E81
- Kinetic energy is usually measured in units of Joules (J); one Joule is equal to 1 kg m2 / s2
- momentum= mass X velocity squared (or speed squared if direction is not known)
- Which of the following carts has the LEAST amount of momentum:
- 1000 kg traveling at 50 km/h
- 1000 kg traveling at 60 km/h
- 1500 kg traveling at 50 km/h
- 1000 kg traveling at 25 km/h

- E76 Vocab in CNB
- How ELECTRICITY works - working principle