Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE

Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
Science and Literacy - Chemistry BUNDLE
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STOP: You may not want to buy this if you have bought more than one Chemistry "Science and Literacy" story collection.

This is a BUNDLE of 58 chemistry-related stories from various "Science and Literacy" collections and "Chemistry Case Files". They have been discounted 20%. The collection is updated when new chemistry stories are posted.

Note: Two of the stories included can be found as free downloads. They were not calculated into the price. They are included here just for ease of download.

Table of Contents

Section I: Scientists and the Scientific Method

Avogadro’s Number (Scientists/ Avogadro’s Number)

For Good or Evil (Scientists/ Ethics)

SI, Sigh! (Units/ Measurement)

Why Units Matter (Units/ Measurement)

Just a Second (Units/ Measurement)

A Cure for Anything (Scientific Method/ Ethics)

Section II: Properties of Matter

Sea of Glass (Physical properties/ Amorphous Solids – Natural Glass)

Boston Molasses Massacre (Viscosity)

A Spoonful of Metal (Physical and Chemical Properties/ Metals)

The Other States of Matter (5 States of Matter)

Too Much of a Good Thing (Dose)

Section III: Atoms and Elements

Setting the Periodic Table (Scientists/ Periodic Table)

Putting Order to the Elements (Scientists/Periodic Table

Bunsen: More than a Burner (Scientists/ Spectroscopy)

Physicist for Fun (Women Scientists/ Atomic Structure)

The Poisoner’s Poison (Thallium/ Health)

Ouch-Ouch (Cadmium/ Health)

Killer Cell Phones and the Elements of War (Niobium/ Tantalum/ Ethics

Where Lead Led (Lead/ History/ Health)

Ashes to Diamonds (Carbon/ Tertiary structure

Dying for Dyes (Metals/ Uses/ Health)

Matchstick Men (Phosphorus/ History/ Scientific Method

Dating Game (Isotopes)

Composition of Decomposition (Percent Composition)

The Beginning of Present (Isotopes)

Section IV: Solutions, Solubility, and Acids/Bases

Doctor of Dilution (Concentration/ Medicine)

A Dark and Stormy Night (Acids/ Solubility/ Environment)

Just a Spoonful of Sugar (Solutions/ Medicine)

Not a Drop to Drink (Solubility/ Public Health)

The Year Summer Didn’t Come (Acids/ Environment/ Climate Change)

Solution in a Solution (Solubility)

Bad Blood (Solubility/ Chemical Reactions)

Dead Zone (Solubility/ Climate Change)

Air and Sea (Acids/ Climate Change)

Section V: Heat and Energy

Too Hot to Handle (Combustion)

Fires and Modern Homes (Combustion)

The Spoils of War (Combustion/ Scientists)

Section VI: Gases

Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble (Solubility of a Gas/ Environment)

Under Pressure (Solubility of gases)

Noble Efforts (Noble Gases/ Scientists)

Putting on Airs (Gases/ Scientists)

The Tax Man (Oxygen/ Scientists)

Bad Air/Good Air (Gases/ Medicine/ Scientists)

Carbon Die-Oxide (Carbon Dioxide/ Health )

Altitude (Atmospheric Pressure)

Section VII: Nuclear and Radioactivity

The Half-Life of Marie Curie (Women Scientists/ Radioactivity)

Fossilized Fission (Fission)

Let It Glow (Radioactivity/ Health)

A Banana A Day (Units)

A Very Expensive Poison (Radioactivity)

Knabenphysik (Women Scientists, Fission)

Bombs into Plowshares (Scientists, Fusion)

Small but Devastating (Radioactivity, Ethics)

The Manhattan Project (Scientists, Ethics)

Bravo? (Radioactivity, Ethics)

Going Underground (Radioactivity)

The Kitchen Knife (Isotopes, Ethics)

Ray X (Scientists, EM Radiation)

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Synthesize information from a range of sources (e.g., texts, experiments, simulations) into a coherent understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept, resolving conflicting information when possible.
Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 11–12 texts and topics.
Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; summarize complex concepts, processes, or information presented in a text by paraphrasing them in simpler but still accurate terms.
Analyze the structure of the relationships among concepts in a text, including relationships among key terms (e.g., force, friction, reaction force, energy).
Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 9–10 texts and topics.
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