Here are the videos you need to watch and take notes on for our stoichiometry unit. Thanks Mrs. K!
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Here is an example from the review worksheet.
Here is what we went over on Friday. It should help you solve single replacement reduction-oxidation problems only.
Please watch this video on Reaction Rates and KMT and take notes.
Remember we used Magnesium instead of Zinc. Charge is the same however so the concept is the same as we did.
Please watch HERE I would recommend watching both solubility video & the half reactions. The net ionic video will help you recall how to break substances into ions. The half reactions is a greater introduction to redox chemistry. Thank you Mr. D!
These video are explaining what is happening with the electrons in an oxidation & reduction reaction. Remember LEO goes GER (Lose Electrons=Oxidation; Gain Electrons=Reduction) or maybe you like OIL RIG (Oxidation Is Loss of electrons and Reduction Is Gain). Either one works!
CLICK HERE for Nuclear Decay
Thank you Mrs. Karnstedt. I’ve included a bonus video from a great resource- Bozeman Science. Enjoy!
Dr. Hubbard emailed us this video. I encourage everyone to watch it. Thanks Brad for the inspiration.
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This is the what we covered on Mole Day, 2017! It is on Molar Mass or Formula Mass and reviews a couple problems from your Unit 3 packet on page 14.
Here are the cards. Use it with the worksheet in your packet.
The beautiful colors from the flame tests. Here is a favorite- copper. Thanks Avery!
Here are the articles you can use for the Defined STEM Project.
Here is the Video Release Form I need you to fill out and get back to me. It is for my National Board certification and I need your permission to be on video/audio. Thank you!
Here is the video you need to take notes on using the note taking blank sheet in your packet.
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These two videos below by Mr. Tom Deichel explains the standard based grading procedure which is used across ALL levels of chemistry (this includes regular chemistry although the videos mention only Honors and AP).
Please go to Google Classroom HERE. Then enter code: x9eo3ju .
Here are the instructions for signing up for Remind to the 2017-18 Mr. Borlik’s Chemistry class.
Here is the Scientific Method video to watch. Thank you Mrs. Karnstedt.
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Here are the articles and questions for ChemMatter’s “Hot & Cold Pack”. You can do the reading here or on Google Classroom. Enjoy!
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Here is part 2 to the stoichiometry video. Thanks Mrs. Karnstedt!
Stoichiometry Simulations Thank you to: Chemistry Experiment Simulations and Conceptual Computer Animations Chemical Education Research Group Department of Chemistry 3051 Gilman Hall, Iowa State University Ames, IA, 50011 USA (515) 294-7718 Tom Greenbowe ([email protected]) Professor of Chemistry and Coordinator of General Chemistry Iowa State University Ames, IA 50011
ChemCollective is a project in the National Science Digital Library (NSDL), the ChemCollective’s goals are to support a community of instructors interested in improving chemistry education through interactive and engaging online activities. HERE is excellent information and practice on reaction stoichiometry.
Here is the video that you need to watch and take notes on. After the notes you will begin the stoichiometry introductory packet.
Stoichiometry: Reactants, Products and Leftovers. Here is the the PhET simulation we did in class as an introduction to stoichiometry. Enjoy! Click to Run
Here is the Mole Island we use in class if you you need one.
Here are the slides you took notes on in class.
HERE is the textbook we use in class. It is Natural Approach to Chemistry (NAC) by Hsu, Chaniotakis, Carlisle, Damelin. First Edition. Copyright 2010.
We had various stations in my chemistry classroom at Antioch HS to review for finals next week. One of my students (thank you Maille) took some interesting photos of a reaction between cupric (copper II) sulfate and NaOH (sodium hydroxide). In some ways it looks like it belongs under a microscope in a biology classroom! […]
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