Just Submitted Chemistry Files

Below are a listing of files that have been recently submitted. They are in order of newest to oldest. There are 91 files.

Evidence Of Chemical Change
Date Submitted: 2017-04-24
In this small scale lab students observe several different reactions in a test tube. Initial focus is identifying observations that indicate a chemical change occurred; also nomenclature, writing balanced chemical equations, identifying type

Unit 1: The Atom
Date Submitted: 2015-08-03
A PowerPoint to help students practice collegiate style note-taking.

Regents Chemistry Review (pptx)
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Provides review for the New York State Regents in Chemistry. All questions are taken from Regents Exams, parts A and B-1.

Regents Chemistry Review
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Provides review for the New York State Regents in Chemistry. All questions are taken from Regents Exams, parts A and B-1.

Regents Chemistry Review 2 (pptx)
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Provides review for the New York State Regents in Chemistry. The questions in Review 2 generally do not involve reference to a major diagram. All questions are taken from Regents Exams, parts A and B-1.

Regents Chemistry Review 2
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Provides review for the New York State Regents in Chemistry. The questions in Review 2 generally do not involve reference to a major diagram. All questions are taken from Regents Exams, parts A and B-1.

Nuclear Chemistry
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Overview of nuclear chemistry focusing on the sub-field of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear processes and nuclear properties.

Functional Group Reactions
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Overview of functional groups and organic reactions.

Organic Chemistry
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Overview of organic chemistry focusing on hydrocarbons with an emphasis of the aliphatic series, chains or branched chains.

Electrochemistry
Date Submitted: 2015-02-15
Every element and ion has the potential to lose electrons as well as gain them - we can make use of these differences in potential to lose and gain in the design of an ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL.