Oxidation Teacher Resources
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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 on basic chemistry knowledge. They also complete 33 short answer questions in preparation for the Regents exam.
In this chemistry worksheet, learners answer 50 multiple choice questions. They solve and write short answer questions to 35 other chemistry related problems.
In the previous video, Sal presented how elements move toward a state of oxidation (by losing electrons), and a state of reduction (by gaining electrons). This lecture takes that concept a bit further, and he provides more examples.
In this chemistry worksheet, students complete 83 multiple choice, short answer and problem solving questions on various chemistry concepts.
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.
In 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 74 multiple choice, short answer and problem solving on various chemistry concepts.
Rather than simply matching up the ionic charges on paper, this exercise gets chemists into the lab to determine the chemical formula for magnesium oxide! If a know amount of magnesium is used, an oxidation reaction results in this compound and the specific formula can be determined. This is an outstanding lab activity for your chemistry class when they are learning about chemical compounds.
In this chemistry worksheet, students answer 50 multiple choice questions and 31 short answer questions to prepare for Regents Chemistry Exam.
In this formula for magnesium oxide worksheet, students perform an oxidation reaction between magnesium and the oxygen in the air to produce magnesium oxide. Using the known masses of the magnesium and the end product, students find the increase in mass to be the mass of oxygen. Students determine the formula for magnesium oxide using the masses of magnesium and oxygen.
In this determining chemical formulas worksheet, students heat magnesium in an oxidation reaction to produce magnesium oxide and they determine the formula of their product.
In this chemistry worksheet, students complete 85 multiple choice and short answer questions on various chemistry topics to prepare for the final exam.
While this resource does not provide problems for chemistry learners to solve, it outlines skills that they should have and concepts that they should grasp. Topics include thermodynamics, periodicity, redox equilibria, transition metals, and inorganic compounds. This could be a personal tool for you to help plan your curriculum, or you could hand it out to your class as a study guide prior to an exam.
A valuable resource provides a list of concepts that young chemists should grasp. The topics include energetics, kinetics, equilibria, redox reactions, and the halogen group. Employ this as a guide for your own curriculum planning, or a study guide for your chemistry class to use in preparation for an exam.
Students conduct an experiment to observe oxidation. In this chemistry lesson, students explain how rusting happens. They rank metals according to their conductivity.
In this introduction to chemistry activity, 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.
Here is a laboratory exercise where chemistry masters carry out an oxidation reaction to change ethanol into ethanal. They compare the original alcohol to the resulting aldehyde by forming a precipitate. Definitely aimed at learners experienced in the laboratory, this activity concludes by having them determine what type of reactions have taken place, describe the nature of the ethanal, and write chemical equations for all of the reactions that occurred in the process.
In this oxidation learning exercise, learners perform an experiment to change ethanol to ethanal through an oxidation reaction. Students test their product with various solutions and compare it to the reactions of the solutions with ethanol. Learners write equations for the reactions they observed.
Young scholars 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.