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Plan and conduct an investigation to gather evidence to compare the structure of substances at the bulk scale to infer the strength of electrical forces between particles.

 
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Exploring IMFs via Physical Properties

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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Surface tension and viscosity provide measurable evidence of the strength of a substance's intermolecular forces.

 
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Types of Matter

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical and Physical Properties
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical and Physical Properties
Keith  Wright
Westhampton, MA
Environment: Suburban
 
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Most matter can be classified as mixtures, compounds, or elements.

 
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Semester Review Lab Day 1: Borax Ornaments

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Borax is a compound with characteristic properties that can be investigated while also doing a semester review.

 
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Introduction to Bonding

High School Chemistry » Unit: Compounds
High School Chemistry » Unit: Compounds
Keith  Wright
Westhampton, MA
Environment: Suburban
 
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Large differences in electronegativity values between bonding atoms result in ionic bonding. Substances with ionic bonds have different properties than other substances.

 
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Comparing Substances

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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Using technology to explain how boiling point, melting point, volatility, surface tension and viscosity are measures of intermolecular forces while absent

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Leaf Chromatography

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical and Physical Properties
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical and Physical Properties
Keith  Wright
Westhampton, MA
Environment: Suburban
 
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Mixtures can be separated into their constituent compounds using paper chromatography.

 
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chromatography of chlorophyll
   

Molecular Arrangement in Matter

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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The state of matter in a pure sample is determined by the kinetic energy of the particles and the attractions between particles.

 
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Exploring Phase Changes

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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Visualizing molecular speed helps students understand the microscopic properties of matter in different phases.

 
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Coulomb's Law

High School Physics » Unit: Electrostatics & Electricity
High School Physics » Unit: Electrostatics & Electricity
Sara Leins
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Today, students calculate electrical forces using Coulomb's Law.

 
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Evaporation of Alcohols

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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Intermolecular forces are observable at the bulk scale using physical properties of matter.

 
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Semester Review Questions

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Chemistry is a complex area of study and it is crucial to spend time reviewing previously learned concepts prior to the final exam.

 
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Charge Fundamentals

High School Physics » Unit: Electrostatics & Electricity
High School Physics » Unit: Electrostatics & Electricity
Sara Leins
Scottsdale, AZ
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

After students define key components of charge, they virtually explore charge transfer with a computer simulation.

 
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Semester Review Game

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 5: Stoichiometry, Chemical Reactions, and First Semester Review
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Semester one carries many concepts which students must recall for their final.

 
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Defining Phase Changes

High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
High School Chemistry » Unit: Intermolecular Forces
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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States of matter can be changed by altering the levels of kinetic energy, processes we refer to as heating and cooling.

 
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3 states picture
   

Water Quality: Removing Contaminants Day 1

High School Chemistry » Unit: Environmental Applications of Chemistry
High School Chemistry » Unit: Environmental Applications of Chemistry
Emilie Hill
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Water pollutants from industry are usually in the form of large organic molecules and metallic ions; we can remove these contaminants using small particles to "soak" up the contaminants.

 
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