Emission Spectrum PowerPoint (line-emission spectrum)
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- This bundle includes NINE (9) PowerPoints to fully cover the topics related to the atomic concepts unit for the Chemistry classroom. The topics included are:History of ChemistryAtomic ModelsSubatomic ParticlesValence ElectronsLewis Dot StructuresIsotopes and Average Atomic MassEmission SpectrumElemePrice $21.29Original Price $30.41Save $9.12
This engaging PowerPoint covers the emission spectrum. Line-emission spectrums can be used as fingerprints for an element. Excited state and ground state for electrons are included. Specific Reference Tables used for this topic in NYS Chemistry are also covered. Great for any Chemistry classroom but also applicable to other sciences like Physics, Environmental Science, Middle School Science and more. It is perfect for introducing or reinforcing the emission spectrum and can be used with a variety of grade levels.
The PowerPoint is 26 slides long and includes:
- NYS Standards (based on NGSS) which can be easily modified
- Content with Images
- Animations on each slide to control pace of content delivery
- Review Questions in the PowerPoint
To make this product even more effective, I have included links to the YouTube video, Blooket set and Quizlet set I created to supplement this material. View these links in the product PREVIEW. The YouTube video can be assigned for review or used to flip your classroom. Quizlet is fun but if your students have not tried Blooket yet, you might be missing out. It's an absolute favorite in my classroom!
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