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CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY

IS THIS WHAT YOU THINK?

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Chemistry is Life!

Chemistry is Life!

And who are the chemists?

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My Vision

My Vision

-Too often kids get to high school chemistry and they are scared before they even begin.

-My goal is to shape a positive image in their minds about chemistry so that they can be more prepared mentally for high school.

-I will do this by showing them how applicable chemistry is to every day life. It is the study of everything, and it is the central science.

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Fun & Chemistry?

Fun & Chemistry?

Mol Day- Last Thursday, October 23, Beginning at 6:02a.m. and ending at 6:02p.m. Get it? Avogadro's number is 6.02 x 1023

Chemistry Jokes

There are hundreds on the internet- Here is one link: http://library.thinkquest.org/10429/gather/jokes.htm

Q. What is the dieter's element? A. Nobelium

Poems/Language Arts Connections

Mary had a little lamb.

But now it is no more.

For what she thought was H20

Was H2So4.

Periodic Table of Elements Fun

-Cool Song:

http://www.privatehand.com/flash/elements.html

-Periodic Class Project

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The Central Science

The Central Science

Chemistry

Biology

Plant Sciences

Geology

Environmental Science

Health and Medicine

Nuclear Chemistry

Physics

Astronomy

Biochemistry

Biology

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Mini Lesson: Chemical Reactions

Mini Lesson: Chemical Reactions

Definition: A Process which produces chemical change.

Review- Chemical vs. Physical Change

Bonds are broken

Reactants and Products

Reactants

Products

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Mini Lesson:Chemical Reactions Quick Demo

Mini Lesson:Chemical Reactions Quick Demo

Film Canister Rockets an example of a Chemical Reaction

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3 Major Groupings of Chemical Reactions

3 Major Groupings of Chemical Reactions

Precipitation Reactions

Oxidation-Reduction Reactions

Acid-Base Neutralization Reactions

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Precipitation Reactions

Precipitation Reactions

Precipitation reactions: When an insoluble solid called a precipitate forms when reactants are formed together.

For example, when Carbon Dioxide is mixed with Calcium Hydroxide (limewater), the precipitate Calcium carbonate is formed.

Ca(OH)2+CO2→H2O+CaC03

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