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This resource provides an overview of the particle theory and its main characteristics. It explains diffusion, movement of heat, energy changes, and expansion and contraction.
This resource provides an overview of carbon and its role in burning. It discusses fuels, hydrocarbons and polymers.
This short resource answers the question 'Is it true that no two snow crystals are alike?'. It describes the unique formation of snow crystals and discusses the affects of atmospheric conditions on them.
This resource describes the fuel, ethanol, how it is produced and how it is used.
In this worksheet, students practice identifying the type of chemical reaction and predicting the products of a reaction given the reactant. Answers are provided at the end of the worksheet.
In this worksheet, students must name the compound and give the chemical formula which corresponds to the name. Answers are provided.
In this worksheet, students must write the chemical formulas for the compounds given in each box. Answers are provided.
This resource defines molar mass and explains how to find the molar mass of an element and of a chemical compound. Sample problems with solutions are included.
In this worksheet, students must give the name and the molar mass of the ionic compounds. Answers are provided.
This worksheet gives students practice in balancing chemical equations. Answers are provided. This resource is relevant to Chemistry.
This resource explains how to calculate the half-life of an isotope. A worksheet is included which contains 6 problems in calculating the half-life of isotopes.
This resource describes the element, silver. It provides some interesting facts about silver and explains why it is one of the most treasured elements on earth.
This worksheet tests students’ basic knowledge of chemistry on topics such as; the periodic table, chemical bonds, formulas and equations. Answers are provided on the worksheet in bold.
This resource briefly describes water, where it is found and some of its many uses.
In this experiment, students discover if you can distill clean water from muddy or salty water.
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