What am I learning today?

How to write molecular, full ionic, and net ionic equations.

Why am I learning this?

Chemical equations help us understand what his happening quantitatively on a molecular level when chemicals react.

How will I known that I have succeeded?

I can mix known solutions, observe precipitate formation, and write a net ionic equation to represent this reaction.


  • HW Check & Warm Up
    • A solution of potassium iodide (KI) is mixed with a solution of silver nitrate (AgNO3).  Write a balanced chemical equation to indicate the products that would form as a result of this reaction.
    • Sketch a particulate diagram of the two solutions in before the mixing and a diagram of the resulting solution after mixing.  Start with 5 ions of each type and clearly provide a key to which shape represents which ion.
  • Submit Lab 5.1 through jupitergrades
  • Discussion 5.2 – Net Ionic Equations
  • Turn in Summaries 59 – 61


  • Bring your laptop to school for next class
  • Finish the 5.2 Notes with all example problems written out clearly and completely.
  • Attempt to work out the Net Ionic Equations Conclusion Questions
  • Speak out!  Share your thoughts about topic 5.1 on flipgrid
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