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Apply scientific principles and evidence to provide an explanation about the effects of changing the temperature or concentration of the reacting particles on the rate at which a reaction occurs.

 
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Chemical Reaction Equations--An Introduction

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
Emilie Hill
Los Angeles, CA
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Starting materials in scientific processes are called "reactants" and "products" are the result; reactants that run out limit the amount of product made, leftovers are called excess.

 
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Intro for Culminating Project 1: Stop-Animation Video (Day 1 of Project)

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
Emilie Hill
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Bonds are broken and atoms are rearranged before forming new bonds during a chemical reaction; Matter is conserved.

 
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Reaction Rate Experimental Design

High School Chemistry » Unit: Reaction Rates
High School Chemistry » Unit: Reaction Rates
Keith  Wright
Westhampton, MA
Environment: Suburban
 
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Rates of reaction are effected by concentration, surface area, and temperature.

 
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Culminating Project 1: Stop-Animation Video (Day 5 of Project)

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
Emilie Hill
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Bonds are broken and atoms are rearranged before forming new bonds during a chemical reaction; Matter is conserved.

 
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Reaction Rate Experimental Design Critique

High School Chemistry » Unit: Reaction Rates
High School Chemistry » Unit: Reaction Rates
Keith  Wright
Westhampton, MA
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Planning and carrying out investigations begins with a clearly articulated procedure for the investigation.

 
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Unit 9 Big Quiz and Introduction to Nuclear Chemistry

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 10: Nuclear Chemistry and Final Exam Review
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 10: Nuclear Chemistry and Final Exam Review
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
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Nuclear processes such as fission, fusion, and radioactive decay involve the release or absorption of energy.

 
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Rates of a Reaction and Factors that Affect a Reaction

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Chemical reaction rates are described as the use of reactants or production of products over time. There are factors that affect reaction rates including concentration, temperature, surface area, and catalysts.

 
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Exploring Collision Theory

High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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For chemical reactions to occur, particles must collide with precise alignment and enough kinetic energy.

 
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Culminating Project 1: Stop-Animation Video (Day 2 of Project)

High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
High School Chemistry » Unit: Chemical Reactions and Stoichiometry
Emilie Hill
Los Angeles, CA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Bonds are broken and atoms are rearranged before forming new bonds during a chemical reaction; Matter is conserved.

 
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Differentiated Exploration of Collision Theory

High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
Environment: Urban
 
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Differentiated instruction following inquiry fills in content gaps while keeping students engaged in learning about chemical reactions.

 
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Factors that Affect Solution Formation

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 8: Water Quality
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 8: Water Quality
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Temperature, stirring, surface area, and pressure affect the solubility of a solute in a solvent when forming a solution.

 
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Alka Seltzer and Factors that Affect Reaction Rates

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Chemical reaction rates depend on various factors including stirring, temperature, surface area, and concentration.

 
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Reaction Rate Demonstrations

High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Kinetics and Equilibrium
Raymond Stadt
Blue Island, IL
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The rate of a reaction is controlled by the number of properly aligned collisions between reactants who have enough activation energy.

 
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Reaction Rates and Equilibrium Computer and Graphing Practice

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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In equilibrium systems, reactants and products have specific concentrations and energy. When equilibrium reactions are stressed the effects can be predicted using Le Chatelier's Principle.

 
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Le Chatelier's Lab and Unit 9 Review

High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
High School Chemistry » Unit: Unit 9: Reaction Rates and Equilibrium
Rachel Meisner
Chula Vista, CA
Environment: Urban
 
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Equilibrium systems will shift to counteract stresses.

 
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