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Mr. Sandlin's Chemistry Homepage

Welcome to my chemistry homepage!

 

The 2020-21 school year will be my 12th year of teaching, and I am excited to meet you.  I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry.  I obtained my teaching certification through the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.  In the summer of 2016, I completed my Master of Arts degree in Instructional Leadership from Bethel University. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the course.  You will need these supplies for my class:

                                               

  • #2 pencils                                           
  • black or blue ink pens                                    
  • loose-leaf notebook paper       
  • scientific calculator (graphing function is not necessary)

 

I hope you enjoy your experience taking chemistry, and have a fulfilling and memorable school year.

 

Sincerely,

Mr. Sandlin

 

 

 
Below are the Powerpoints for Unit 1 (Matter & Properties) in Regular and Honors Chemistry I and the Smartfile with examples of properties.
Below are the Powerpoints for Unit 2 (Measurement) in Regular and Honors Chemistry I.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 3 (Atoms, Models, & Isotopes) in Reg. & Hon. Chem. I.  (However, we did not use the last PowerPoint in Reg. Chem., only in Honors.)
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 4 (Mole Conversions) in Reg. & Hon. Chem. I.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 5 (Quantum Mechanical Model and Periodic Table) in Reg. & Hon. Chem. I.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 6 (Periodic Table, Octet Rule & Forming Ions) in Reg. Chem. I.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 7 (Ionic Bonding) for both Hon. Chem. 1 & Reg. Chem. I.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 8 (Solutions & Solubility) for both Hon. Chem. 1 and Reg. Chem. 1.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 9 (Molecular Compounds & Acids/Bases) for Hon. Chem. 1 and Reg. Chem. 1.
Below are the PowerPoints for Unit 10 (Chemical Reactions) for Hon. Chem. 1.