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BBC Bitesize - GCSE Chemistry - Polymers - Activity. Intermediate 2 Bitesize Chemistry - Plastics and Synthetic Fibres : Revision, Page 5. Flash. Conceptos de Quimica Organica Programas animados Para poderlos visualizar tiene que tener instalado el pugin de flash (Adobe) Infrarrojo vibracionesInfrarrojo EspectrosMasas; alcoholesMasas; cetonasMasas; haluros Masas; eteres Resonancia Magnetica Nuclear 1Resonancia Magnetica Nuclear 2.


Addition and Condensation Polymers and Polymerization. Pagina_14 — ocwus. Pagina_14 — ocwus. Practica de laboratorio - Ensayos - Angelitodulceme. PRACTICA DE LABORATORIO Comparación entre propiedades de sustancias iónicas, moleculares y atómicas.

Practica de laboratorio - Ensayos - Angelitodulceme

Objetivos: *Distinguir fácilmente los tipos de enlace de la sal común , el azúcar y elmagnesio en base de sus propiedades. Hipótesis: Si comparamos cualitativamente el punto de fusión, solubilidad en agua y la conductividad eléctrica de la sal común, el azúcar y el magnesio, podemosdistinguir fácilmente los tipos de enlace químico que presentan cada una de ellas. Material de laboratorio: 1 soporte universal 1 aro metálico 1 tela metálica con asbesto 1 mechero bunsen 3 corcholatas forradas con papel aluminio 1 vaso precipitado de 250 ml 1 espátula 1 aparato de conductividad eléctrica Reactivos: Azúcar Cinta de magnesio Agua destilada PROCEDIMIENTO 1Comportamiento ante el calor Forra tres corcho latas con papel aluminio y coloca sobra cada una un poco (1/4 de gramo, aproximadamente) de sal, azúcar y un trocito de cinta magnesio, respectivamente. Leer Ensayo Completo Cite este ensayo. Off the Shelf Chemistry. 1. The student will learn that chemicals are not something just found in laboratories.

Our physical environment is composed of chemicals. Our bodies are composed of chemicals. Understanding the principles of chemistry helps us better understand our world. Testing Foods for Organic Compounds. Today, I'd like to tell you about one of my favorite labs.

Testing Foods for Organic Compounds

It is definitely "an oldie, but goodie" lab! There is nothing new, innovative, or earth-shattering about this lab. The idea has been around for as long as I have, and this is my 28th year in the classroom! My students always love this lab, and they often comment and share their surprise with me over the results they obtain. The most common organic compounds found in living organisms are the proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids. It is very simple in a middle or high school lab to test some foods for the presence of the various organic compounds. How is the student benefited from doing this lab? The lab that I have described here can most certainly be found in any biology lab manual. If you are just beginning to organize your unit on biochemistry, you might be interested in this product: Happy Teaching Everyone!! Two-products.jpg (1000×729) Google. Atom by Atom, Bond by Bond, a Chemical Reaction Caught in the Act.

Alkenyl Functional Group. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives. Carboxylic Acid Derivatives A Substitution Reaction Which Starts With Addition Last time we completed our study of the reactions of aldehydes and ketones, compounds in which a carbonyl group is bonded either to carbons or hydrogens.

Carboxylic Acid Derivatives

The typical reaction pattern for these compounds was addition, with a nucleophile adding to the carbonyl carbon and an electrophile adding to the carbonyl oxygen. Today we'll look at carboxylic acid derivatives. This group of compounds also contains a carbonyl group, but now there is an electronegative atom (oxygen, nitrogen, or a halogen) attached to the carbonyl carbon. This difference in structure leads to a major change in reactivity. Notice that each of these functional groups has either an oxygen, a nitrogen, or a halogen attached to the carbonyl carbon. The typical reactions of these compounds are substitutions -- replacing one of these heteroatoms by a another atom. The first step is familiar from aldehyde and ketone chemistry. WebQuests. What's the Organic Buzz?


Organic Chemistry in the Newsadapted from Fiona Clark's Webquest Memo To: Chem 84EA Student From: Editor of The City of Golden Friendship Daily News. Chemistry of Alcohol. Core Science: Assessment for Learning WebQuests. Higher Bitesize Chemistry - Reactions of carbon compounds : Revision. Carbon is 4 ever - Intro. As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued.

Carbon is 4 ever - Intro

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Lesson Plan: Chemistry Webquest for Mixture Separation in an Oil Refinery

What is the most common way to separate petroleum into various components? (The most common process is to use the different boiling temperatures of liquids to separate them.) 11. Watch the video: Energy Policy: Foreign Oil Sources. Who is the fastest growing user of oil? Fractional Distillation Step 1: ________ the mixture with ______________ boiling points. _module02_int.pdf (application/pdf Objeto) Chapter21.pdf (application/pdf Objeto) Química Orgánica. ¿Qué son los alcanos?

Química Orgánica

Los alcanos son compuestos formados exclusivamente por carbono e hidrógeno (hidrocarburos), que solo contienen enlaces simples carbono-carbono. Tipos de alcanos Los alcanos se clasifican en lineales, ramificados, cíclicos y policíclicos.