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603 resources with the concept molecules

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Formula from Mass Composition

For Students 7th - 10th
Students of chemistry are shown how to calculate the empirical formula from a molecule's mass composition. Sal uses a variety of elements from the Periodic Table to demonstrate the process and the calculations involved to arrive at the...
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1999 U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad Part II

For Students 9th - 12th
A variety of topics including reaction rates, combustion reactions, periodic trends, and ionization reactions are included in this exam. Test takers also practice calculating empirical and molecular formulas of compounds.
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The Properties of Water

For Teachers K - 8th
What are the properties of water? Lead your class through a series of activities to answer this question. Discuss findings and interpretations with the class as a whole, encouraging them to speak in complete sentences and to make...
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The Molar Volume of a Gas

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Young scholars find the standard molar volume of a gas. In this molar volume of a gas lesson plan, students react magnesium metal and hydrochloric acid and collect the hydrogen gas produced using a gas collection tube. Young scholars...
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AP Chemistry Topic 1: Chemical Foundations, Part C

For Students 10th - 12th
The foundational chemistry skill of naming simple compounds is practiced thoroughly by completing this worksheet. This is a marvelous way for your chemists to show what they have learned. In some instances, the chemical formula is...
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Molecular and Empirical Formulas

For Students 7th - 10th
An introduction to molecular and empirical formulas awaits your students. Sal uses the elements benzene, water, and sulfur to illustrate the ways to come up with a molecular and an empirical formula. Additionally, Sal shows students how...
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Atoms and Elements | UNC-TV Science

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
New ReviewIt doesn't get any smaller than this. Young scientists learn about the particles that make up elements and how they form new substances by creating molecules. The video tutorial includes animations to illustrate atoms and molecules...
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What is Wind?

For Teachers K Standards
New ReviewEngage creative minds with an exciting activity about the power of wind. Investigators participate in class discussions while viewing images and animations of air and wind. Scholars test the relationship between wind speed and an...
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Why Do Puddles Dry Up?

For Teachers K Standards
New ReviewBring evaporation right into the hands of young scientists with an entertaining, hands-on activity. Investigators view videos and images while participating in class dialogue focused on water evaporating from surfaces. A short experiment...
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Atoms Can Be Rearranged to Make Different Molecules

For Teachers 2nd Standards
New ReviewUncover the building blocks of the universe as budding chemists explore atoms and molecules in an exciting inquiry-based activity. Investigators view an interactive video describing the chemical structure of six molecules. Using...
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Different Substances React Differently

For Teachers 5th Standards
Looks don't tell the whole story. Young experimenters explore reactions with substances that look similar. They observe the reactions that take place when combined with baking soda and use indicators to conclude they react differently...
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Aware of the Air

For Students K - 5th Standards
It's there, even though no one can see it. Scholars create two different-sized parachutes out of shopping bags, then let them fall through the air. They should see that the larger parachute falls more slowly and interpret this to mean...
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Heat- Energy on the Move

For Students K - 5th Standards
Turn up the heat. Individuals conduct two experiments to observe the difference between heated water and air versus cold water and air. Using food coloring, pupils observe the movement of the molecules in the two temperatures of water. A...
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Fizz Bizz

For Students K - 5th Standards
Bubbles seem to come from nowhere. Pupils investigate the formation of carbon dioxide bubbles in sodas. By placing different objects, including candies, in the soda, learners observe the formation of tiny bubbles on the surface of the...
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A Closer Look at Crystals

For Students K - 5th
It's about to become crystal clear! Learners compare and contrast three different types of crystal substances. First they observe their structure and then investigate how they interact with various substances.
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Time for Slime

For Students K - 5th
Slime is more than just a fun pastime. Learners study the bonding of polymers using a mixture of glue, borax, and water. They then explore the properties of the slime and learn how the polymers in glue bond with ions in borax.
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Mixing Liquids to Identify an Unknown Liquid

For Teachers 5th Standards
Yellow and blue make green in a colorful lesson on liquid solutions. The seventh installment of a 16-part Inquiry to Action series asks pupils to mix different-colored solutions and record their observations. They then use their...
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Identifying an Unknown Liquid

For Teachers 5th Standards
Liquids are what's the matter with the lesson! Learners investigate properties of different liquids as they interact with various types of paper. They then use their observations to identify a mystery liquid to finish the sixth lesson in...
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Matter Is Made of Tiny Particles

For Students 5th Standards
Believe in the invisible and convince the class that tiny particles exist even if they can't see them! A thorough instructional activity investigates all phases of matter and provides pupils hands-on experiences that demonstrate that all...
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COVID-19 and Coronaviruses

For Teachers 6th - 12th
COVID-19 = CO (corona) + VI (virus) + D (disease) =19 (the year the disease first appeared) NOVEL (unknown to scientists and never before infected human patients). A colorful nine-slide presentation details what is currently known about...
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Water Molecules in Drama

For Teachers K - 3rd Standards
The state of molecules is changing. Young actors and actresses perform the process of phase change in front of the class. They assume the roles of water molecules and, as a group, show how the behavior of the molecules in the solid,...
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Ohhh Oobleck!

For Teachers 2nd - 4th Standards
Super scientists find out whether Oobleck is a solid or a liquid in a lesson plan all about the head-scratching substance. The whole class completes a T-Chart that describes solids and liquids then listens to the story, Bartholomew and...
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Unavailability of Water in Saline Soils

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Viewers of a short video learn about salt and water molecules and how their characteristics determine how they interact with each other. Then, they watch a simulation of how the interaction limits the uptake of water in plant roots and...
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The Mole

For Teachers 9th - 12th Standards
What is a mole? Introduce learners to the concept of the mole with a presentation that is a part of the Chemistry PowerPoints series. Scholars discuss examples of how the mole is used in real-life applications. Then, they identify how it...