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Unit 5

Unit 5

Author: Christy Morley
Description:

Chemical Reactions: NC Objectives

2.2.2 Analyze the evidence of chemical change

2.2.3 Analyze the law of conservation of matter and how it applies to various types of chemical equations

3.1.1 Explain the factors that affect the rate of a reaction

This unit looks at how matter changes from one substance to another. It takes the introductory knowledge from unit 1 where we looked at chemical and physical changes and advances the picture to specific reactions.

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Tutorial

Unit 5 Concept 1

A brief explanation of indications of chemical changes and collision theory.

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Concept 1 Summary Questions

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Unit 5 Concept 2

The 5 types of chemical reactions briefly explained with some examples.

Concept 2 Summary Questions

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Writing Chemical Formulas

Concept 3 Summary Questions

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Concept 4: Determining Products of a Reaction

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Concept 4 Summary Questions

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Concept 5: Balancing Equations

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Concept 5 Summary Questions

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Unit 5 Concept 6: Reaction Rates

Discusses what can be done to make a reaction go faster or slower.

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Concept 6 Summary Questions

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