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Who was Lorenzo Romano Amedeo Carlo Avogadro? He was the guy who suggested that equal volumes of gases at the same temperature and pressure should contain equal numbers of molecules. This eventually led to a new quantity for the number of particles, that is 602 sextillion! In this four-minute film, young chemists learn exactly what this means. After the video, they can answer a few questions as a review, and link to other resources about Avogadro's number and general chemistry.
A collection of 16 different chemistry crosswords provides variety in the ways that your class reviews chemistry vocabulary and concepts. Because the topics for each range from the introductory periodic table of elements to the complex energetics and kinetics, this resource is valuable to middle school and high school teachers alike. Each puzzle is comprehensive in coverage and has anywhere from 12 to 36 questions to answer. Add this to your library of review tools. US teachers, be aware that there are British spellings for some terms. In most cases, the US spelling requires the same number of letters as the British, so this shouldn't be a problem.
General chemistry class members engage in a mini-unit on mole conversions. Through nine lab activites with varying degrees of difficulty, they practice measuring mass and volume, molar calculations, and stoichiometry. Terrific teacher notes give tips for mentoring minors through the lessons. Suggestions are made for options, community connections, and more. This is a comprehensive resource complete with lab sheets.
Students quantify the relationship between temperature, energy and heat and define an endothermic reaction. They measure the energy change caused by dissolving one mole of ammonium nitrate in water.
Sal introduces chemistry students to the concept of "moles." He points out that a mole is number that helps a student to translate between grams and atomic mass units of any substance. Sal uses the element Aluminum to illustrate this point. The mass number for Aluminum is 26.98, so one mole of Aluminum is equal to 26.98 grams. As with many of his previous videos, Sal uses the Periodic Table to help explain these concepts.
For this chemistry worksheet, high schoolers answer 50 multiple choice questions and 31 other questions that require them to solve, calculate and write short answers.
In this chemistry worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions and 31 short answer questions to prepare for Regents Chemistry Exam.
In this chemistry activity, students answer 50 multiple choice questions on basic chemistry knowledge. They also complete 33 short answer questions in preparation for the Regents exam.
For this chemistry worksheet, students complete 85 multiple choice and short answer questions on various chemistry topics to prepare for the final exam.
In this chemistry worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions. They solve and write short answer questions to 35 other chemistry related problems.
In this chemistry worksheet, high schoolers answer 74 multiple choice, short answer and problem solving on various chemistry concepts.
In this chemistry worksheet, learners complete 83 multiple choice, short answer and problem solving questions on various chemistry concepts.
No practice problems are given on this handout; it is a detailed list of concepts to know and tips for working related problems in chemistry. Give this to learners as a study guide, or use it early in your career as a chemistry instructor to help outline part of your curriculum.
In this chemistry worksheet, learners balance chemical equations to find the mole ratio of compounds in the reaction. They solve 10 problems on stoichiometry.
In this introduction to chemistry worksheet, students answer 9 questions regarding the study of chemistry. The first part is matching, then they "think like a scientist" and then they problem solve.
In this mole worksheet, students fill in 5 blanks with appropriate terms, determine if 5 statements are true or false, match 4 terms with their definitions and solve 4 problems.
Review the 5 branches of chemistry and related terms with this worksheet. The focus of these activities is on terms and definitions. Learners answer questions about the study of chemistry, reasons to study chemistry, and pure and applied chemistry. Use this as a check or understanding or homework assignment.
In this chemistry worksheet, students identify and write how many significant figures they would use for each problem. Then they round the answers to the appropriate number of significant figures. Finally, students calculate the mass of one mole of each element.
Learners examine the different careers associated with chemistry and see how it is used everyday. In this forensic lesson students research a chemistry related career and write a presentation to give to the class.