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Organic Chemistry 112 A B C Syllabus Addendum for Prospective Teachers McMurry J 2004 Organic Chemistry 6th Edition Academic content standards for Chapter Subject Matter kindergarten through grade Requirements for twelve adopted by the Prospective Teachers California State Board of General Science Education Science Content Standards for Ch 1 Structure and bonding 12 1p Explain the central California Public Schools Grade role of carbon in living 8 6a Students know that carbon system chemistry because of its ability to combine in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the chemistry of living organisms 6c Students know that living organisms have many different kinds of molecules including small ones such as water and salt and very large ones such as carbohydrates fats proteins and DNA Ch 2 Polar covalent bonds Acids and bases Ch 25 Biomolecules Carbohydrates Copernicus Project October 2006 12 1j Distinguish among acidic basic and neutral solutions by their observable properties Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grade 8 5e Students know how to 12 1m Explain chemical reactivity using position on the periodic table Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grade 8 7b Students know each 12 1n Predict and explain chemical bonding using elements positions in the periodic table Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grade 8 7c Students know substances determine whether a solution is acidic basic or neutral element has a specific number of protons in the nucleus the atomic number and each isotope of the element has a different but specific number of neutrons in the nucleus can be classified by their properties including their melting temperature density hardness and thermal and electrical conductivity Science Content Standards for 12 1o Recognize that California Public Schools Grade inorganic and organic 8 6a Students know that carbon compounds e g water because of its ability to combine salt carbohydrates lipids in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the proteins nucleic acids are chemistry of living organisms essential to processes within living systems Ch 26 Biomolecules Amino Acids peptides and proteins Science Content Standards for 12 1o Recognize that California Public Schools Grade inorganic and organic 8 6a Students know that carbon compounds e g water because of its ability to combine salt carbohydrates lipids in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the proteins nucleic acids are chemistry of living organisms essential to processes within living systems Science Content Standards for Ch 27 Biomolecules Lipids 12 1o Recognize that California Public Schools Grade inorganic and organic 8 6a Students know that carbon compounds e g water because of its ability to combine salt carbohydrates lipids in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the proteins nucleic acids are chemistry of living organisms essential to processes within living systems Ch 28 Biomolecules Heterocycles and nucleic acids Science Content Standards for 12 1o Recognize that California Public Schools Grade inorganic and organic 8 6a Students know that carbon compounds e g water because of its ability to combine salt carbohydrates lipids in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the proteins nucleic acids are chemistry of living organisms essential to processes within living systems Ch 29 The organic chemistry of metabolic pathways Science Content Standards for 12 1o Recognize that California Public Schools Grade inorganic and organic 8 6a Students know that carbon compounds e g water because of its ability to combine salt carbohydrates lipids in many ways with itself and other elements has a central role in the proteins nucleic acids are chemistry of living organisms essential to processes within living systems Ch 5 An overview of organic reactions 12 1h Explain that chemical changes in materials result in the formation of a new substance corresponding to the rearrangement of the atoms in molecules Copernicus Project October 2006 Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grade 8 5a Students know reactant atoms and molecules interact to form products with different chemical properties Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grades 9 12 Chemistry 11c Students know some naturally occurring isotopes of elements are radioactive as are isotopes formed in nuclear reactions Chapter 1 Structure and bonding Chemistry Science Subject Academic content standards for kindergarten through grade Matter Requirements 1 3b Draw Lewis dot structures for compounds and ions 6 1a Explain the bonding characteristics of carbon twelve adopted by the California State Board of Education Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grades 9 12 Chemistry 2e Students know how to draw Lewis dot structures Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grades 9 12 Chemistry 10b Students know the bonding characteristics of carbon that result in the formation of a large variety of structures ranging from simple hydrocarbons to complex polymers and biological molecules 2 Polar covalent bonds Acids and bases 3 Organic compounds Alkanes and Cycloalkanes Copernicus Project October 2006 1 3a Compare types of molecular bonds including ionic covalent and hydrogen bonds 6 1b Recognize the chemical structure of various organic functional groups i e alcohols ketones ethers amines esters aldehydes and Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grades 9 12 Chemistry 2a Students know atoms combine to form molecules by sharing electrons to form covalent or metallic bonds or by exchanging electrons to form ionic bonds 2b Students know chemical bonds between atoms in molecules such as H2 CH4 NH3 H2 CCH2 N2 Cl2 and many large biological molecules are covalent 2c Students know salt crystals such as NaCl are repeating patterns of positive and negative ions held together by electrostatic attraction 2d Students knowthe atoms and molecules in liquids move in a random pattern relative to one another because the intermolecular forces are too weak to hold the atoms or molecules in a solid form Science Content Standards for California Public Schools Grades 9 12 Chemistry 10e Students know how to identify the functional groups that form the basis of alcohols ketones ethers amines esters aldehydes and organic acids organic acids and provide


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