This folder contains resources about Chemical Reactions, Conservation of Matter & Stoichiometry.

This unit is part of the Open Source CA Textbook - Chemistry.


Slideshow: Chemical Reactions

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This resource is a 54-slide PowerPoint presentation covering: how to balance an equation, synthesis reactions, decomposition reactions, single displacement reactions, double displacement reactions, and combustion/oxidation reactions. This is meant to be shown over the course of several lessons. The few images in this presentation are not necessarily covered under the Creative Commons license. They are included here as legal "fair use." However, if you're able to replace them with public domain or open licensed images, please do.
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Slideshow: Balancing Equations

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This resource is a no-frills, step-by-step PowerPoint presentation on how to balance chemical equations. It includes 20 slides.
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LAB: Types of Reactions

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This lab covers: Types of Reactions, Activity Series, Precipitation Reactions, and Net Ionic Equations.
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This resource is a worksheet covering the 5 types of reactions. It provides a description, and students must provide an example. This could be used as "guided notes" or independent practice.
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Worksheet - 5 types of reactions

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This resource is a worksheet in which students classify reactions by type. Section 2 asks them to describe each type of reaction and provide an example.
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This resource is a worksheet whereby students are given a textual description of a reaction, and they must write the balanced equation.
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Worksheet: Balancing Practice I

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This worksheet offers practice balancing equations. Directions are as follows: Section 1: BALANCE THE FOLLOWING: Section 2: Substitute symbols and formulas for names and write balanced equations for the following reactions: Section 3: Predict the products in the following reactions. Then write the balanced equations.
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Worksheet: Balancing Practice II

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This worksheet contains additional balancing practice problems.
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Lots of balancing problems

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This worksheet contains more than 100 balancing problems. The numbers aren't currently formatted as subscripts, but will be later. Your help would be welcome.
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Lab: Penny Reactivity

by Robert Lucas
In this lab, students test whether there is a difference in reactivity between pre- and post-1982 pennies.

This resource is part of the Chemistry course which contains units on Lab Setup and Safety; Nomenclature; Chemical Reactions and Balancing; Metric Systems & Conversions; Periodic Table and Trends; Atomic Structure; Nuclear Chemistry; Acids, Bases, & Salts; Bonding; Percent Composition; Solutions, Molarity, and Concentrations; Stoichiometry; Energy; Gas Laws; Reaction Rates and Equilibrium; Electron Configuration; and Redox Reactions.

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Combustion Reaction Demonstration

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This resource is a flashy demonstration of combustion using ethanol and a water bottle.
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This resource is a PowerPoint review game following the format of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" It covers chemical reactions.
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Exam: Chemical Reactions and Balancing

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This end-of-unit exam covers charges, bonding, equations, and balancing.
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Slideshow - Redox reactions

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This resource is a PowerPoint presentation on redox reactions. Topics covered include: oxidation, reduction, oxidation numbers, 6 rules, oxidizing agents, and reducing agents.
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Lab - copper and aluminum foil

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In this lab, student try to explain what happens when copper chloride is placed in water, and how aluminum foil place in that solution reacts. Key Concept: Oxidation-reduction reactions occur when there is a transfer of electrons between reactants. Objectives: 1) Explain what occurs when copper chloride is placed in water. 2) Observe and describe what occurs when aluminum foil is placed into a beaker of copper chloride solution.
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worksheet - oxidation chart

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This resource is a worksheet with a grid with compounds down the left side and elements across the top. Students fill in the correct oxidation number for each element.
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worksheet - redox reactions

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This resource is a worksheet with 12 problems on redox reactions.
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Using the activity series in your notes, determine if the following single replacement reactions will occur.
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worksheet - redox review

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This resource is a worksheet with 10 review questions to be given at the end of a unit on redox reactions.
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layered curriculum

by Curriki Textbook Group
This is a layered curriculum unit. Students choose from a menu of different assignments, each of which has a different point value. The assignments are organized into tiers, which require students to do the basic assignments and give them choice among the higher level ones. The unit covers redox reactions, chemical and physical changes, and atomic spectra.
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Slideshow - Stoichiometry

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This resource is a PowerPoint presentation covering basic stoichiometry problems and how to solve them.
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Giuided Practice - Stoichiometry

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This resource is a set of guided practice problems on stoichiometry, limiting reactant, and percent yield.
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Stoichiometry problems

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This resource is a set of stoichiometry problems.
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Lab - Stoichiometry

by Curriki Textbook Group
In this lab, students mix acetic acid and sodium bicarbonate and measure the products.
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Lab - Grams, Moles, Atoms

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In this downloadable lab, students go around to 6 stations, each of which has a beaker of a different substance. Students calculate how many moles and then how many molecules are in each beaker. This is the handout that students complete, but it also includes some instructions and should be very easy to reconstruct the lab procedures.
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Slideshow - Limiting Reactants

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This resource is a PowerPoint presentation explaining limiting reactants, first by analogy to a stool, then in the chemistry context.
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Notes - limiting reagents

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notes - limiting reagents
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Problems - limiting reagents

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problems - limiting reagents
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Lab - Limiting Reagents

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In this lab, students add vinegar to a Ziploc bag of baking soda, close, observe, and answer 9 questions and a table.
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Problems - Percent Yield

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problems - percent yield
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Notes - percent yield

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notes - percent yield
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Problems - gas stoichiometry

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This resource includes an explanation of gas stoichiometry. It also provides one solved sample problem, and three practice problems.
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Stochiometry review

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This resource is a review worksheet on Stoichiometry.
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Stoichiometry exam

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Stoichiometry exam
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Unit 3 PRINTABLES

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This folder contains the printable resources referenced in Unit 3: Chemical Reactions, Conservation of Matter & Stoichiometry.
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Unit 3 SUPPLEMENTARY

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This folder contains the supplementary resources referenced in Unit 3: Chemical Reactions, Conservation of Matter & Stoichiometry
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