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FormulasPoker - Countertop Chemistry Experiment 26 Formulas...

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Countertop Chemistry Experiment 26 Formulas Poker Adapted from: http://www.science-house.org/learn/CountertopChem/exp26.html Students can practice writing chemical formulas in a game. Materials Each deck should contain: 1. At least one card with each of the following ions (47cards): Ba +2 Na +1 Ca +2 Li +1 Pb +2 Zn +2 Be +2 Mg +2 Ag +1 K +1 V +3 Ni +3 Cu +2 Cu +3 Fe +2 H +1 Fe +3 Sr +2 Sc +3 Al +3 Hg +2 Sn +1 Rb +1 NO 3 -1 NO 2 -1 SO 4 -2 SO 3 -2 HSO 4 -2 CO 3 -2 HCO 3 -1 PO 4 -3 HPO 4 -2 NH 4 +1 OH -1 ClO 4 -1 CrO 4 -1 Cl -1 AsO 4 -2 C 2 H 3 O 2 -1 H 2 PO 4 -1 I -1 S -2 O -2 F -1 N -3 Br -1 P -3 2. One blank or FREE card 3. Fifteen cards: five with each of the following subscripts: 1 2 3 4. Card masters are found at the end of document. Procedure 1. This game is played as a 5-card draw. The dealer will pass out 5 cards to each player from the shuffled deck, placing all remaining cards in a central stack. 2. Each player may discard as many as 3 cards in one rotation—taking as many cards from the central stack as s/he discards. Play begins with the player to the
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