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Chemistry Review Activities

Chemistry Review Activities
I re-organized the course during the 2014 - 2015 school year. Some review activities were moved to new units. This has resulted in a change to some of the file names, so direct links to the individual activities may need to be changed. These are not graded assignments. Unit 0 - The Methods of Chemistry Unit 1 - Atomic Structure Unit 2 - Periodic Behavior and Ionic Bonding Element Classes Review - Unit 2 Benchmark #1 (Matching Activity) Element Classes Review 2 - Unit 2 Benchmark #1 (Multiple Choice) Element Classes Review - Unit 2 Benchmark #1. Unit 3 - Covalent Bonding and Molecular Structure Lewis Structures - Unit 3 Benchmark #1 Lewis Structures #2 - (HTML5/ Mobile Compliant)Binary Covalent Nomenclature - Writing formulas using names, and writing names using formulas. Unit 4 - Conservation of Matter First Semester Review Semester 1 Millionaire Game. Unit 5 - Reaction Energy and Kinetics Unit 6 - Water NOTE: This unit was previosly titled "Solids, Liquids and Solutions".

Classic ChemBalancer - Welcome This is the classic version of Chembalancer that teaches you how to balance equations for the first time. To play it, just press the "Start Game" button above. To play the other versions, click here. Teachers: Classic Chembalancer is for students who are learning to balance equations for the first time. Awards for original Classic Chembalancer site © 2005 Sulan Dun. Welcome to Virtlab! Virtlab is based on the simulations and guided exercises found in N. Simonson & Company's pioneering text: Dynamic Models in Chemistry by Daniel E. Atkinson (University of California, Los Angeles, CA), Douglas C. Virtlab's browser requirements are quite high. Copyright (c) 1989 - 2011 N.

AP Chemistry Homepage Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects. - Will Rogers Are You (really) An AP Chemistry Student? I've had many AP Chemistry teachers respond positively to this particular blog I wrote on AP Chemistry expectations. Before you register for AP Chemistry, you should be fully aware of the course expectations. If you are a student considering signing up for AP Chemistry, do yourself the favor of reading what I've written about your upcoming course selection. Resources for AP Chemistry As always, I make my resources available to any teachers or students who might find them useful. In keeping with the new framework I am indicating on my Reviews page and Powerpoints page if the topic to which a resource relates has been dropped from the curriculum. Some suggestions for success in AP Chemistry - Ignore this at your own peril! I do appreciate hearing from users of this site.

Periodic Table of Elements and Chemistry chemistry - dawnwelch7 Introductory Activity Rubric Matter and Its Changes Separating Mixtures Lab Information Packet Results: Sugar Crystals Paper Chromatography Tiny Salt Crystals in Crucible States of Matter Atoms, Ions, Isotopes, and Radioactive Decay Electromagnetic Spectrum Quiz Game The Periodic Table Ionic, Covalent & Metallic Bonds and Compounds Discovery Video "Water's Structure" Video (get login and password from Mrs. Naming CompoundsGame Naming Common Polyatomic Ions Game Chemical Reactions Redox Reactions Motion & Forces Energy Transformations Interdependence Developing Abilities for Scientific Inquiry

MolView AP Chemistry Review Activities AP Chemistry Interactive Review Activities In keeping with the new framework for AP Chemistry beginning in 2013 - 2014, I am indicating here if the topic to which a review activity relates has been dropped from the curriculum. It will be identified as excluded (Excluded) to indicate that the College Board has specifically excluded it. I will leave the reviews here, however, in case some of you find them useful. These are not graded assignments. Each time you reload the activity, the problems will be in a different order, and the answers will be reshuffled! Chemistry Now The National Science Foundation (NSF) has joined forces with NBC Learn and the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) to celebrate the International Year of Chemistry by creating "Chemistry Now"--a weekly, online video series that uncovers and explains the science of common, physical objects in our world and the changes they undergo every day. The series also looks at the lives and work of scientists on the frontiers of the 21st century... More. This video explains and illustrates the molecular structure of sodium chloride (NaCl) crystals; the structure and symmetry of crystal lattices; and why one crystalline solid, salt, melts another, ice.

Grant Thompson - "The King of Random" Call it "Mad Science", or just a "Quest for Discovery". These are some of my experiments, and "Random Weekend Projects" Subscribe! New videos every week! WARNING: In many cases, these projects are dangerous and pose risks of personal, or property damage, injury, and in some cases, death. There are some mind-blowing loopholes in this version of life, that for some reason, haven't been issued a patch. I make weekly videos dedicated to exploring life through all kinds of projects, experiments, and real-world life-hacking. Every project is a completely different adventure, and occasionally you'll see an experiment that probably shouldn't be duplicated at all.

Chemistry | 5.112 Principles of Chemical Science, Fall 2005 | Video Lectures | Lecture 26: Molecular Orbital Theory Lecture Demonstration Movie Sheets NOTE: The set-up and preparation information for most of these demonstrations is available in the Lecture Demonstration Manual by Bodner, Smith, Keys, and Greenbowe. John Wiley and Sons, Inc. ( prints updated editions on an irregular basis. Copies might also be obtained by contacting George Bodner ( Each sheet provides a quicktime video of the demonstration, a brief description of the materials used, pictures of the equipment used, observations, and explanations. Sheets described as "Under Construction" have no movies associated with them yet, but can still be useful for descriptions and reference material in the interim. Please note that the movie sheets contained on this page are only viewable if your browser supports frames! You may also find the following links useful: Questions? Back to General Chemistry Help Homepage.