This study guides aligns with Unit 2 in the South Carolina Chemistry Standards. Topics included are atomic structure, atomic timeline, isotopes, percent abundance, electron configurations and periodic trends.
This powerpoint includes discussions on solute-solvent interactions, "like dissolves like", hydrates, non polar solvents, liquid solutes with liquid solvents, effects of temperature and pressure on solubility and heats of solution. There is constant
Powerpoint that introduces solutions, factors that affect solutions, saturated vs. unsaturated and supersaturated solutions. Goes along with the "Kaleidoscope Milk" demonstration or activity (I let students each try it at their lab tables).
Powerpoint that introduces the combined gas law and Dalton's law of partial pressures. Includes a review of Boyle's law, Charles law and Gay-Lussac's Law. Also includes a demonstration where balloons are heated, cooled and remained at room
INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION powerpoint that introduces Boyle's Law and Charle's Law. This powerpoint includes so many opportunities for students to respond. It also includes an introduction to how the equations were found, what the constant "K" is, how
Interactive lecture for an introduction to gases. Includes a description of the kinetic molecular theory, properties of gases, pressure and it's units and real vs. ideal gases. Constant opportunities for students to respond and videos linked to give