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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.
In this chemistry worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions. They solve and write short answer questions to 35 other chemistry related problems.
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.
Students examine how and when rust and corrosion occur. In this corrosion instructional activity students complete an experiment to see why metals rust.
Students explore the different techniques used in forensic science. In this chemistry lesson, students investigate a fictional crime and identify the culprit. They create a brochure or collage career bulletin.
Students examine the observed world, molecular world, and the symbolic world of chemistry. They observe a demonstration of the conductivity of solutions, describe the properties of acids and bases, and predict the outcome of solution reactions.
Students examine the reasons why metal corrodes in regard to metal artifacts. In groups, they discover the affects of salt water on metal and compare the type of corrosion found on iron. They also research the types of metal preservation techniques to end the instructional activity.
Learners define what a redox reaction is. In this chemistry lesson, students electroplate some wires in the lab. They research the application of electroplating in the real world.
Students conduct an experiment to observe oxidation. In this chemistry activity, students explain how rusting happens. They rank metals according to their conductivity.
Students conduct a series of experiments on water electrolysis. In this chemistry lesson, students explain what happens to the molecules during the process. They cite real world applications of electrolysis.
Students observe the rusting process in the lab. In this chemistry lesson, students rank metals according to their conductivity. They give real world applications of this activity.
Here is a thorough lesson on safety in the chemistry lab. Chemists review a detailed list of safety rules, draw the layout of the laboratory area to include emergency equipment, identify hazard warnings, and consult the MSDS in order to address a hypothetical chemical accident. Instructor's notes and a student lab sheet are provided in this well-written and vital lesson plan.
Support your electrochemistry lesson with this polished presentation! Chemistry apprentices are introduced to redox reactions, oxidation numbers, and balancing equations. They view photos and diagrams that will solidify their understanding of voltaic cells, electromagnetic force, and batteries. There is enough detailed material here to support several lectures on topic.
In this chemistry in action worksheet, students read about sulphuric acid, the use of metals, the production of titanium and the detection of chemical elements and compounds. Students are given 8 statements about what they should know about each of these topics such as what is the process in making sulphuric acid, how is steel produced and how are metals extracted from the earth.
Young scholars research about the physiological effects of prolonged lead exposure. In this chemistry lesson, students investigate the lead content of different paint, soil and water samples. They analyze data trends and share their findings in class.
Advanced chemistry learners will be well-informed on the process of electrolysis by surveying this set of slides. Challenge the brightest minds with definitions, diagrams, practice problems, and flow charts that explain the concepts behind the process. The last section of the presentation zooms in on the industrial applications, showing learners that electrolysis is of practical use. Add this to your repertoire of resources.
In this chemistry activity, students read and study the chapter to answer 110 problem solving and short answer questions related to acids and bases.
This in-depth organic chemistry lab walks learners through an investigation of the effect of initiator concentration on the resulting molecular weight of polystyrene. It is important that you use this lesson with experienced chemistry learners as they will synthesize polystyrene several times and calculate efflux time and viscosity. Ideally you would use this when teaching your class about polymerization.
Students investigate the corrosion of different materials in the lab. In this chemistry activity, students construct a bridge considering different bridge designs. At the end of the activity, they play the role of scientists and engineers and plan the construction of three new bridges.
Two versions of this handout are provided, the second with more detailed information on the same topics. Chemistry aces survey chemical reactions, heat energy transferred, and the action of enzymes by reading this resource. You can either give it to learners as a study guide, or keep it for your own use as a lecture guide. Either way, you will find it to be organized and applicable for a general chemistry course.