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This is a 20-30 minute activity to introduce students to the mole and the concept of using mass to count small objects. This concept is often difficult for students to grasp at first and this simple activity is a good hook to introduce them to it without overwhelming them with the math involved.
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What the heck is a mole?! In this introductory lab, students will discover the connection between molar mass, moles, and the number of particles. Students will learn the difference between atoms, molecules, and formula units. This is a great lab to use after introducing moles and molar mass to he
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MOLE, MOLES, MOLES!! Whether you are looking to change things up or just add some new resources to your stash, I've got you covered! ✱ Mole Diagram - for student use throughout the unit ✱ Mole quiz - short 8 problem quiz with answer key ✱ Worksheets (4) -Introducing the Mole (10 problems)
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This is a fun activity to introduce the concept of moles as units of measure to your chemistry students. It takes little teacher preparation and the only material you need is a pack of sidewalk chalk. Student first predict how many moles of chalk are in their names, then they mass the chalk before a
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Great introduction to the mole lab, students calculate molar mass and number of moles in common lab and household items. Includes pre-lab reading and analysis questions.
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In this lab students reverse engineer a self inflating balloon and then determine the number of moles and molarity of the substances used. The lab walks students through the history of the mole and introduces them to Avagadro and his number. The lab can be used with a simple dollar store self-infl
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Show your students how mass changes when chemicals combust and give them the opportunity to practice mole calculations by working out the expected mass. Evaluate the experiment and complete extension work including percentage yield calculations. Learning Objectives· Be able to show by experiment how
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Each resource inside this bundle was handpicked to cover all aspects of the HS-PS1 NGSS (HS-PS1-1 to HS-PS1-8). The resources found inside will ensure your students fulfill each requirement of the standard and keep them interested and engaged throughout. A description of how each standard is covered
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Search words: chemical reactions, Avagodro's numbers, mole, lab lesson plan, stoichiometry, chemistry calculations. PURPOSE: To compare the experimental mass to the theoretical mass of a product of a chemical reaction. Given the mole relationships in a balanced chemical equation, and the mass of
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Notes cover the basic concept of the mole, including molar mass. PowerPoint is easy to follow and includes analogies, examples, and practice problems. Includes PowerPoint presentation and student fill-in-the-blank notes. Student notes also include practice problems for students to complete on their
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Mole Activity: Bubble Gum Lab This is a great activity to use when first introducing moles and mole calculations. Students work in small groups to calculate the percent composition of sugar in bubble gum. They then convert this to moles and molecules of sugar. Clean up is EASY EASY EASY! Students
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Your Chemistry students will LOVE this collaborative, hands-on activity. There are multiple questions that REQUIRE CONTENT KNOWLEDGE in addition to unique & fun "escape room thinking."Perfect for MOLE DAY (October 23)!This is a medium-hard difficulty breakout and should take your chemistry clas
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The Case of the Poisonous PillSummary:A girl falls ill and dies after taking a medicine that her mother gives her. Soon other deaths are reported. The common factor in all of the cases is Extra-strength Tylenol.Loosely based on the 1982 Chicago Tylenol murders, this problem-based learning investig
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Lab: Understanding the Mole Concept Suitable for chemistry and physical science students in grades 9 - 12. This is a very simple, but very reliable lab that introduces the mole concept. Purpose: To understand the meaning of the term "mole" and to enable students to gain a better understanding
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Lab for Physical Science or Chemistry Students in Grades 9-12 Lab: How Big is a Mole? Give your students the extra practice they need to master the mole concept and conversion problems that involve moles and molecules. Matter can be measured in several ways. You might count how many of somethin
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This fun and totally safe lab activity allows students to investigate stoichiometry by determining the best ratio of hydrogen and oxygen gases to have a complete and pretty exciting reaction. If you’ve wanted to order the Flinn Scientific kit and not had the budget, this lab will let you do the
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You won't believe how easy and fun this lab is! Students will mirror the inside of a clear glass ornament using a chemical reaction with silver nitrate. Students create the ornament and do mole and atom calculations using Avogadro's number. It can be done with on-level or pre-AP chemistry and is a g
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Search words: empirical formula, mole - mass relationships, chemical formulas, lab lesson plan. Purpose: To produce a tin-oxygen product and to calculate the empirical formula of this product. Materials: Evaporating dish, Glass stirring rod, Beaker, Ring stand and ring, Wire gauze, Bunsen
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This lab experiment is a great introduction to stoichiometry. Students will study the reaction of copper (II) sulfate with iron. Students will then compare the actual mole ratio of iron and copper to the experimental ratio they obtained from their experiment. Helpful teacher-prep guide will give you
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Stained Glass Candy Lab This inexpensive lab activity is a fun application of mole and molecule calculations for chemistry students. This two day activity has students calculating mass, moles, molecules, and formula weights while following specific instructions for making a semi-hard peppermint fla
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This is a great lab with low error and clear instructions that your students will enjoy. The lab includes an introduction to how baking soda works in recipes where the heat of the oven or skillet causes decomposition of the bicarbonate into carbon dioxide gas, acting as a leavening agent. The lab
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Round Robin Description: A universally high-engagement activity where students work together to solve Stoichiometry problems. There are 4 problems per sheet and 4 different sheets. Students are given a fixed amount of time (5-8 min., the website online-stopwatch.com has easy to u
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Keywords: Osmosis, diffusion, solute, solvent, hypotonic, hypertonic, isotonic, lab lesson plan, lab activity, passive transport In this lab we will be determining the osmolarity of potato cells. Osmolarity describes the solute concentration and is expressed as molarity. Molarity is the number
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Empirical Formula Lab - Magnesium oxide This lab activity will help your students understand the method of calculating an empirical formula for a compound from experimental data. Students will determine the empirical formula for magnesium oxide through its combustion. Preparation for this activit
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