Finer grained standards that are part of this one
classify pure substances by their chemical and physical properties.
classify examples of matter as pure substance or mixture.
compare and contrast the properties of metals, nonmetals and metalloids.
use the kinetic molecular theory to explain states of matter.
perform calculations using the combined gas laws.
produce and use electron configuration to explain chemical properties of elements.
generate the correct formula and/or name for ionic and molecular compounds.
predict the type of bonding that occurs between atoms and characterize the properties of the ionic, covalent or metallic bond formed.
given the reactants, anticipate the products and create balanced equations for the five general types of chemical reactions:
analyze the periodic table to predict trends: