• Name: Jim Cancellari
    Subject: Honors Chemistry
    Email: james.cancellari@wcsdny.org
    Phone: 845-298-5100 ext. 31064  



      Dear Parents, Guardians and students:

    Here is a rock candy recipe if you wanted to make your super saturated solution at home.  I might be inclined to give you some extra credit if you do this.  Please send pictures, write down what you flavored them with and bring some in to school.  Rock Candy Recipe


    *** I just added a video on how to use the molarity formula and how to make a solution.  This should help with the "Making a Solution" lab.***


    The January Homework Calendar is in the "homework calendar" link. It has the 1st two weeks of February on it.

    Don't forget to check out the worksheets link for things like...well...worksheets but more importantly, practice tests!  They will help you prepare for the type of questions you will see on the tests. 

    check out the Tutorial videos link on the side if you need help with mole conversions and empirical forumlas. 


    We are into the second quarter of the school year. If you need help, please ask for it.  Also, don't forget to read the How To Get A's In Chemistry handout I gave you.  Try a few of the things they suggested.  I'm sure it will help. 

    Make sure you check out the links on the left hand side of the page.  I will post some useful things there.  

    Extra help and lab make ups will be on Thursdays after school.  Other days are available.  Just ask me a day in advance.


    Here is a virtual trip to the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory.  There are some really cool things in these videos.  Check them out.



    I've added a printable Periodic Table to the links section. 

    If you are struggling, check out the TUTORIAL VIDEOS link on the left 


    Good luck 

    ~ Mr. Cancellari
     My favorite quote
      Nelson Mandela
    sodium chloride