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University of Florida Chemistry Outreach Program Chemical Reactions Estimated time: 50 mins. + 10 mins. clean-up Topics : Chemical symbols and equations, Reactions, Indicators, SC.H.1.3 Introduction: Chemical reactions occur when to molecules come together to form new products. In our bodies and environments chemical reactions occur continuously to help run our lives. During a reaction, chemical bonds are broken and remade. Usually chemical reactions are characterized by gas evolving, bubbling, color change, heat/cold, or precipitation. These events single a change in energy or solubility of the compounds, meaning new products were generated. Chemical reactions can be defined by a chemical equation in which reactants and products are characterized by chemical symbols. Objective: This expt. was designed to address the changes that indicate a chemical reaction has occurred. The reaction creates heat, causes an indicator to change color, bubbles furiously, and releases a gas. All these physical and chemical changes indicate a reaction has occurred. We’ll also deal with chemical symbols and determining which compounds are reactants and which are products in a chemical
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This note was uploaded on 09/18/2011 for the course CHM 3218 taught by Professor Stewart during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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