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About halfway through the year you may want to administer an exam on kinetic molecular theory, bonding, thermodynamics, and the behavior of gases. If so, look no further! This five-page test covers all of these topics. A list of relevant formulas and constants is provided, along with a copy of the periodic table for reference purposes. Keep in mind that it was written for a college level general chemistry course, but you may find it appropriate for high schoolers as well.
The chart that is required to answer the first question is printed on another worksheet by the same author. You could have learners find an average bond energies table in their textbooks or online if you want to use this otherwise terrific worksheet. It asks your high school chemists to calculate heat, entropy, and free energy changes for different chemical reactions.
Two pages of chemistry formulas and constants preceed the question in this chemisty exam. The topics are related to heat of formation and kinetic molecular theory. You will definitely need to go through page by page to find if they are topics covered by your curriculum. If they are, you may have found a gem, because this exam incorporates a variety of question formats and chemistry ideas.
This is a review of how advanced chemistry learners handle thermodynamics equations and calculations. Charts and graphs are included for them to read in addition to solving related problems. You will find this resource useful as a review homework or preparation for a unit quiz.
Consider our energy sources: wood, coal, oil, uranium. Learners compare the pollution to energy produced for each. They practice fractional distillation of an alcohol/water mixture to simulate the process of refining crude oil. Thought-provoking questions are assigned as a follow-up to the laboratory exercise. This is an outstanding resource to add to your physical or earth science repertoire.