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Tick, Tick, Boom: Energy and Chemical Change

Tick, Tick, Boom: Energy and Chemical Change

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*Express and manipulate chemical quantities using scientific conversions and mathematical procedures, including dimensional analysis, scientific notation, and significant figures.

*Explain the law of conservation of energy.

*Understand energy and the different forms it can take on.

*Perform calculations involving heat, mass, temperature change and specific heat.

KEY WORDS

energy

law of conservation of energy

chemical potential energy

heat

calorie

joule

specific heat

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Tutorial

What's the BIG point?

The amount of energy in the universe is set.

We can't make more.

We can't get rid of what we have.

Energy is always conserved.

ENERGY FLOWS AND CHANGES FORM.

 

Guiding Questions:

What is energy?

What is the difference between kinetic energy and potential energy?

How is chemical potential energy transferred and measured in a chemical reaction?

 

Chemical Potential Energy Video: The Gummy Bear Sacrifice

The Gummy Bear Explanation

Assignment

Read pages 514-522 in your text.

Complete the reading quiz for this tutorial.

Heat Equation: Example

Activity: Comparing Heat Capacity

Design and complete a lab activity to compare the heat capacity of common household items. Be sure to follow the format below:

Question

Materials

Procedure

Data

Analysis

Conclusion

 

Energy Review

Review IT!

Complete questions 1-11 from the section review.

Energy Assessment

Part 1:

Complete the Mastering Concepts for section 1 on page 552 in your text.

Part 2:

Teach someone what you learned in this section. Ask them to write a short paragraph summarizing what they learned. Have them write at least two questions that they did not understand about the topic. Your job is to then write the answer to the questions. Include at least two questions that YOU still have about energy. Find the answers to your questions, and submit your answers.