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Happy Game

Happy Game

8 th Grade Forming Substances & Types Of Chemical Reactions. The Happy Game. Happy is very hungry. Pick the right lunch box to keep Happy healthy. Happy Game. *Chemical Reaction*. *Chemical Change*.

By becca
(211 views)

Ch. 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Ch. 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Ch. 20: Oxidation-Reduction Reactions. LEO the lion goes “GER”—losing electrons is oxidation and gaining electrons is reduction!. 20.1: The Meaning of Oxidation and Reduction (REDOX for short)

By loyal
(1039 views)

Chapter # 4

Chapter # 4

Chapter # 4. Basic Concepts of Matter. Matter Defined. Matter is anything that has mass and occupies space. Matter can be invisible. Air is matter, but it cannot be seen. Matter appears to be continuous and unbroken.

By patch
(334 views)

CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL CHANGE

CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL CHANGE

CHEMICALS AND CHEMICAL CHANGE. Chapter 5.1 BLM 5.1a, 5.1b. Chemicals and chemical Change. CHEMISTRY – is the study of matter, its changes and its properties MATTER – is anything that has mass and takes up space ATOM – the smallest particle of matter. HANDOUT 5.1a.

By tatiana
(218 views)

A Systemic Functional Multimodal Discourse Analysis (SF-MDA) Approach to Science Literacies in Secondary School Chemistr

A Systemic Functional Multimodal Discourse Analysis (SF-MDA) Approach to Science Literacies in Secondary School Chemistr

A Systemic Functional Multimodal Discourse Analysis (SF-MDA) Approach to Science Literacies in Secondary School Chemistry textbooks. Liu Yu Multimodal Analysis Lab National University of Singapore.

By genica
(431 views)

Chapter 2 Matter and Change 2.1 Properties of Matter 2.2 Mixtures 2.3 Elements and Compounds

Chapter 2 Matter and Change 2.1 Properties of Matter 2.2 Mixtures 2.3 Elements and Compounds

Chapter 2 Matter and Change 2.1 Properties of Matter 2.2 Mixtures 2.3 Elements and Compounds 2.4 Chemical Reactions. Distinguishing Elements and Compounds. Substances can be classified as elements or compounds.

By sally
(131 views)

Chapter 5 Chemical Reactions and Quantities

Chapter 5 Chemical Reactions and Quantities

Chapter 5 Chemical Reactions and Quantities. Chemical Changes Balancing Chemical Equations. Physical Properties. color melting point boiling point electrical conductivity specific heat density state (solid, liquid, or gas). Physical Change.

By lazaro
(94 views)

Matter

Matter

Matter. Chapter 2. Definition . Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Mass is a measure of the amount of matter. Volume is a measure of the amount of space. Types of Matter.

By nuru
(115 views)

Matter

Matter

Matter. Chapter 2. Definition . Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. Mass is a measure of the amount of matter. Volume is a measure of the amount of space. Types of Matter.

By dex
(150 views)

Symbols, Formulas , Equations , etc

Symbols, Formulas , Equations , etc

Symbols, Formulas , Equations , etc. Symbols, Formulas, Equations , etc. The Chemical Language is international; represents atoms, elements and compounds All matter in the universe either is an element or is made of some combination of elements. Identify the parts of the following:. Vocab.

By aulani
(114 views)

Chemistry Nomenclature

Chemistry Nomenclature

Chemistry Nomenclature. Binary Ionic Compounds. What are they made of?. Binary  Ionic  Example . 2 elements. metal ion + non-metal ion. sodium, Na +  metal chlorine, Cl -  non-metal. REMEMBER !. Metals tend to Lose electrons and become positive ions ( cations ) .

By dieter
(129 views)

Week of October 31-November 4, 2011 Teks : 6.2, 6.5,

Week of October 31-November 4, 2011 Teks : 6.2, 6.5,

Week of October 31-November 4, 2011 Teks : 6.2, 6.5,. S Starter: Write the question . What are the different elements that makeup the following compounds? H 2 SO 4 AlF 3 CaNa 2 K 2 Br. Title for Monday, 10-31-2011 Compound Formula lab. Agenda: Starter Compound Formula Lab Exit.

By bailey
(239 views)

Voices

Voices

Voices. Dynamism and Reporting. Voices . Sakuya pinched Meiling’s cheek. Meiling’s cheek was pinched by Sakuya . Do both sentences have the same meaning? What’s the difference? Which of the two seems to denote more action? . Voices . Voices . Consider the following:

By jon
(228 views)

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry. Chapter 7 Chemical Formulas. 7.1 Names and Symbols. Elems are named for many things: Some property of the elem Place of discovery To honor a place or person Chemical symbols – form of shorthand that takes the place of the complete names of the elems

By shiro
(95 views)

Chapter 2 “Matter and Change”

Chapter 2 “Matter and Change”

Chapter 2 “Matter and Change”. Charles Page High School Pre-AP Chemistry Stephen L. Cotton. Section 2.1 Properties of Matter. OBJECTIVES: Identify properties of matter as extensive or intensive. Section 2.1 Properties of Matter. OBJECTIVES:

By janet
(182 views)

Please pick up your midterms from front of class

Please pick up your midterms from front of class

Please pick up your midterms from front of class. Average : 70 % Top grade: 100 % ☺ . Test % score distribution:. Make sure you go through your test and the solutions carefully to understand where you went wrong. Ask me at office hours if needed.

By carol
(114 views)

Balance

Balance

Balance. 1. 2. 3. What is a chemical formula? View examples of chemical formulas. What is a coefficient? What is a subscript? Differentiate between a subscript and a coefficient in a chemical formula. Identify reactants and products in a chemical equation?

By vahe
(126 views)

Atomic Theories

Atomic Theories

Atomic Theories. BrainPOP : Atomic Model. Democritus: 400 B.C. Coined the word “atom” C omes from the Greek a- tomos meaning uncuttable or indivisible. Dalton: Early 1800s. Father of the “Modern Atomic Theory”

By lisbet
(153 views)

Symbols 	 Formulas 		Equations

Symbols Formulas Equations

Symbols Formulas Equations. Chemistry Letters & Words. International “chemical language” was needed to represent atoms, elements, and compounds. Chemical symbols are the letters in chemical sentences C = Carbon Ca = Calcium S = Sulfur Se = Selenium

By bandele
(167 views)

The Elements

The Elements

The Elements. Subatomic Particles. The atom can be broken down into even smaller parts. The Proton is a positively charged particle that resides in the nucleus of an atom. The Neutron is a neutrally charged particle that adds mass to the nucleus.

By gilda
(59 views)

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