Thermochemistry Teacher Resources
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In this thermochemistry worksheet, students answer 6 questions about specific heat, heat capacity and molar heat capacity. They also complete a crossword puzzle given 20 clues about topics related to thermochemistry. Students solve a calorimetry problem.
In this thermochemistry worksheet, learners solve six problems identifying changes in heat, heat of formation and the amount of work done given various conditions of an equation.
The Transfer of Energy 1: Thermochemistry
Budding chemists achieve a basic understanding of the role of heat in chemical reactions. An online worksheet gives learners instructions and questions to answer as they investigate the Chem4Kids website and perform a hands-on lab inquiry. Using calcium chloride and ammonium nitrate, both in water, they record the temperature every five minutes over a 30-minute span. You will appreciate the support you receive from this hot item!
More Thermochemistry Problems
This two-page assignment covers basic thermochemistry concepts. Chemistry learners identify exothermic and endothermic processes, explain a phase change graph, and draw an energy level diagram. There are no problems to solve, just conceptual questions and critical thinking applications. It makes a nice change of pace as chemistry homework.
In this thermochemistry worksheet, students calculate the enthalpy of vaporization as well as the write the thermochemical expression for the production of the chemical reaction.
Chemistry Worksheet Thermochemistry: Hess's Law
In this thermochemistry instructional activity, students calculate the enthalpy of reactions given accompanying reactions and their changes in enthalpy. They also calculate enthalpy in given reactions and write out a series of reactions to add up to a given reaction.
Group Work for Thermochemistry Names
In this thermochemistry instructional activity, students calculate the value of heat released or needed in the reaction to complete 3 problem solving questions.
In this thermochemistry worksheet, student answer 12 problems and short answer questions on thermodynamics, entropy and enthalpy.
The Transfer of Energy 3: Rust and Corrosion
Students research the type of chemical reaction that occurs when metal rusts. They conduct an experiment looking at the rate of corrosion in steel wool. This is lesson three in a three lesson unit on the transfer of energy.
Thermochemistry Practice Problems
In this chemistry activity, learners solve 7 problems in the discipline of thermochemistry. Students activate their prior knowledge covering a wide variety of mathematical and scientific skills.
More Practice with Thermochemistry
In this chemistry worksheet, students calculate the answers to 6 problems regarding thermochemistry. Students activate prior knowledge of the mathematics needed to solve the problems.
Graphing and unit conversion are some of the skills necessary to process the data here and complete the questions.
In this thermochemistry worksheet, students indicate whether the given processes are endothermic or exothermic reactions. Students complete the phase change diagram as well as define a given set of vocabulary words. Students calculate mass and specific heat of several word problems.
In this thermochemistry worksheet, students answer twenty multiple choice questions about heat, enthalpy changes, thermal, mechanical and electrical energy and the laws of thermodynamics.
AP Chemistry Thermochemistry 2
In this thermochemistry worksheet, students solve a variety of problems including finding heats or reactions, determining specific heats of substances, finding the amount of energy released in a calorimeter determining the final temperatures of solutions given the specific heat and changes in conditions.
These questions require definitions of calories, temperature and heat and examples of kinetic and potential energy. There are enthalpy change calculations and some sample reactions are given which need equations. Pupils should be able to complete the last 2 detailed explanations.
Energy from Hydrocarbons
In this energy from hydrocarbons instructional activity, high schoolers read about endothermic and exothermic reactions and how hydrocarbons release heat as fuels. Students read how to measure heat changes in reactions and practice finding the specific heat of a substance, the energy needed to heat a substance to a certain temperature and the heat of a reaction.
What is Heat? -Heat vs. Temperature
What is the difference between heat and temperature? By examining the properties of wood, metal, and plastic, high school chemists explore the concept of heat vs. temperature. Ensure that your high schoolers are following the procedure carefully and thinking deeply about the important questions with an extensive worksheet that walks learners through the lab and concluding questions.
Heat and Thermodynamics
This is actually a 10-day mini unit on thermal energy for your high school chemists. Every avenue is taken to get learners absorbed in heat: a pretest, a PowerPoint presentation, Internet exploration, demonstrations, lab activities, and all of the printable materials. There are some things that you may not be able to use, such as specific textbook references, but there is much to glean and use for your own chemistry curriculum!
How Hot is Hot?
Elementary schoolers identify the three methods of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. The lesson is mostly lecture-based. When the teacher has finished the presentation, groups of pupils get into teams and they must work together to answer questions posed by the teacher (and embedded in the plan), which will serve to reinforce what they have heard during the lecture. Some terrific extension activities and websites are also present.