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Here are the instructions for leading your advanced chemists though the process of measuring the nonvolatile components in a sample of paint. No student handout is provided, so you may want to create one based on the procedure explained. This is a terrific activity for teaching chemists how safely handle volatile materials or for calculating percent mass.
Here is a fabulous, cross-curicular lesson on seeds. Elements of science, writing, math, agricultural practices, and art are all brought into this incredibly thorough plan. Additionally, a fun whole-class game is presented, and there is an excellent worksheet embedded as well.
A full-fledged practice final prepares pupils for their general chemistry final exam. If they complete these 57 multiple-choice questions correctly, they will be well-prepared. Note: even though the questions are multiple-choice, there are many problem solving opportunities.
In this substitution and elimination reactions worksheet, students complete 11 reactions by writing the structural formulas for the products. If no reaction occurs, they write N.R. They also write structures of the products for 3 reactions and describe the stereochemistry of each.
A comprehensive practice exam, this resource covers many areas of chemistry. The test includes 71 multiple choice questions on topics such as problem solving, chemical equations, chemical formulas, thermodynamics, acids and bases, and organic chemistry. Take a look to see what else this practice exam includes! While this titled as a practice exam, it could be used as an actual exam. Answers are provided.
A list of example reactions and equations lets learners practice placing coefficients in a balanced equation. They write the equation of combustion for ten given fuels, and ensure that the equation is balanced correctly. Students need to have memorized the formulas for some of the fuels, but the formulas are given for the lesser known reactants.