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General chemistry (sometimes called "gen chem" for short) is a requirement for us to finish our 11th Grade. It is a chemistry course that studies fundamental concepts, theories, and laws of chemistry, as well as the structure, properties, and methods of obtaining the chemical elements and major chemical compounds.

This subject taught us different kind of learnings which I could apply in life. In Balancing chemical equation I learned that before you solved a problem you must balance the equation because it is important . The chemical equation needs to be balanced so that it follows the law of conservation of mass. A balanced chemical equation occurs when the number of the different atoms of elements in the reactants side is equal to that of the products side. In real life situation we should balance everything. First is striking a balance helps you lead a happy and contented life, it ensures your growth as an individual and secures your mental peace and well-being. Second, by maintaining a healthy balance, you secure your future. Your improved mental health helps you aim for higher levels in life and chase big dreams like a big house, a luxury car, family vacations and improved quality of living. This subject taught us to be strong and patient because for us it was a difficult subject. Never give up and saying “Kaya pa” while solving was my type of motivation. This subject was exciting cause aside form discussions we also do our experiments and because of this experiments our learnings are also rising or increases. Through doing labs, I was able to realize the connections and applications from chemistry to every day life. I'm proud of most the work that I've done this semester and I've learned from as well as work that I'd initially done worse on, and through learning from my mistakes, I was able to create a new piece of work and through that work show my new understanding of what we're learning in class. In the future I'm sure to see chemistry everywhere I go. Chemistry is involved everywhere at all times in my life. I know that through brushing my teeth, I just used water, in which the chemical composition is two hydrogen molecules for every oxygen molecule.

In conclusion I would like to say that I did find chemistry interesting, difficult and

enjoyable. But it was very difficult for me to understand. I was never good at science and for I

know this learnings is important because we never know in the future it might help us in our

daily life. Thank you for our general chemistry teacher who never get tired of teaching us even

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Case study analysis of reflective essays by chemistry post-secondary students within a lab-based community service learning water project.

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Intentional reflection is a key component of Community Service Learning (CSL) as it guides students to integrate knowledge of theory with experience in practice. A semester-long chemistry curriculum with an integrated CSL intervention was implemented in a Canadian university to investigate how reflection in the laboratory setting enhances post-secondary students’ ( n = 14) conscious awareness of their learning and their attitudes toward having reflection as part of a course. In typical chemistry laboratories, students follow cookbook recipes from the lab manual and are assessed through written lab reports. These lab reports are similar to a technical report with scientific writing where the design aims to communicate scientific information to other scientists. A case study was conducted with reflective essays, focus group interviews, and student observation to analyze qualitatively how students' attitudes changed in their learning over the course of the CSL activity and how they engaged in this type of reflection. The expected audience that may be interested in this study are those involved in teaching chemistry in higher education and those that are interested in Community Service Learning and experiential learning. The results demonstrate that science students are able to articulate their academic growth, civic engagement, and personal growth through reflective pieces. Furthermore, the reflective pieces support self-regulated learning with a positive engagement and attitude over time. The results support the integration of reflective pieces in laboratory settings.

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By the end of this section, you will be able to:

  • Explain the reflection of light from polished and rough surfaces
  • Describe the reflection of the interface between two transparent media

Whenever we look into a mirror, or squint at sunlight glinting from a lake, we are seeing a reflection. When you look at a piece of white paper, you are seeing light scattered from it. Large telescopes use reflection to form an image of stars and other astronomical objects.

The law of reflection states that the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence:

\[θ_r=θ_i \label{law of reflection}\]

The law of reflection is illustrated in Figure \(\PageIndex{1}\), which also shows how the angle of incidence and angle of reflection are measured relative to the perpendicular to the surface at the point where the light ray strikes.

A light ray is incident on a smooth surface and is making an angle theta i relative to a line drawn perpendicular to the surface at the point where the incident ray strikes it. The reflected light ray makes an angle theta r with the same perpendicular drawn to the surface. Both incident and reflected ray are on the same side of the surface but opposite sides of the perpendicular line.

We expect to see reflections from smooth surfaces, but Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\) illustrates how a rough surface reflects light. Since the light strikes different parts of the surface at different angles, it is reflected in many different directions, or diffused. Diffused light is what allows us to see a sheet of paper from any angle, as shown in Figure \(\PageIndex{1a}\).

The figure shown parallel light rays falling on a rough surface. The rays hit the surface at different angles to the perpendicular lines to the surface at the points of incidence, and the reflected rays get scattered in different directions.

People, clothing, leaves, and walls all have rough surfaces and can be seen from all sides. A mirror, on the other hand, has a smooth surface (compared with the wavelength of light) and reflects light at specific angles, as illustrated in Figure \(\PageIndex{3b}\). When the Moon reflects from a lake, as shown in Figure \(\PageIndex{1c}\), a combination of these effects takes place.

Figure a shows the rays of light from a flashlight falling on a page of paper. The light gets reflected at many angles as the surface is rough. Reflected light reaches eyes placed at many location. Figure b shows the rays of light from a flashlight falling on mirror. All of the light gets reflected at the same angle since the surface is smooth. Reflected light only reaches an eye placed so that the reflected beam hits it. An observer not at the angle of the reflected light does not see it. Figure c shows a photograph of moonlight falling on a lake. The lake’s shiny surface reflects it. A bright , slightly rippled strip of moonlight is seen reflecting from the lake on a dark background.

Reflection from the interface between two transmissive materials

Figure \(\PageIndex{4}\):illustrates what happens when electromagnetic radiation crosses a smooth interface into a dielectric medium that has a higher refractive index (\(\eta_{t}\) > \(\eta_{i}\)).  We see two phenomena: reflection and refraction (a specific type of transmission). The angle of reflection, θ r , equals the angle of incidence, θ i , where each is defined with respect to the surface normal.  The angle of refraction, θ t , (t for transmitted) is described by Snell’s law (of Refraction) which is described in the next section.

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Figure \(\PageIndex{4}\): Reflection and refraction at the interface between two transmissive materials of differing refractive indices.

The radiant power of the reflected and refracted light depend on several factors.  The Fresnel equations describe the dependence of the reflected light on the angle of incidence, the refractive indices of the two media and, in some cases, the polarization of the incident beam.  In the case of normal incidence, the fraction of light reflected reflectance (ρ= I r / I 0 ) is


where I r is the intensity of light reflected and I 0 is the incident intensity.  The reflectance is thus related to the difference in refractive indices between the two media. For glass and air, which have refractive indices of 1.50 and 1.00, respectively, the fraction of reflected light is 0.04.  For water and diamond, which has a refractive index of 2.4, the fraction of light reflected is 0.08.  It is therefore easier to see diamonds in water than it is to see glass in air.

It should be noted that reflection occurs upon each pass through an interface.  Consequently for light passing through a cuvette reflection will occur at 4 interfaces and the fraction of light lost due to reflection will (ρ) 4 .

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Snell's law, \(\eta_{i} \sin \theta_{i}=\eta_{t} \sin \theta_{t}\),  predicts the phenomenon of total internal reflection, depicted in Figure \(\PageIndex{5}\).  Whenever light is traveling from a more optically dense medium to a less optically dense medium  \(\eta_{i}\) > \(\eta_{t}\), θ t  can appear to exceed 90.  In reality, most of the incident beam is totally internally reflected.  At incident angles above a critical angle specified by Eqn. 4.1, the transmitted beam becomes vanishingly small and propagates parallel to the interface.  This small electric field extends beyond the boundary of the interface into the lower refractive index medium for a distance approximately equal to the wavelength of light. This electric field beyond the interface is called the evanescent field, and it can be used to excite molecules on the other side (\(\eta_{t}\)) of the interface, provided they are within a distance on the order of the wavelength of light. The evanescent field strength is dependent upon the polarization (the orientation of the electric field), the angle of the incident beam and the refractive indices of the two media. The technique of “attenuated total internal reflectance”, or ATR, is commonly used in infrared spectroscopy to make measurements of films or solids by launching an IR evanescent wave into a thin layer of the material of interest adsorbed or clamped to a crystal  in which an IR beam undergoes multiple internal reflections.


Figure \(\PageIndex{5}\): Total internal reflection for light traveling from glass to air.

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