Lab: Reaction Rate
Objectives
Understand the relationship between temperature, surface area, and
concentration, and how those qualities influence the rate of reaction
Explain reaction rates on a molecular level
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Lab 9: Electron Configuration
Concepts to explore:
Observe energy emitted from different energy levels when salt
compounds are ignited
Obtain a general knowledge of what produces different colors in
fireworks
Introduction
Have you ever wondered how firewo

Lab: Chemical Reactions II
Objectives
Identify the reactants and products in a chemical reaction
Classify types of chemical reactions
Balance chemical reactions
Introduction
Most chemical reactions dont occur in the
laboratory or your kitchen, but actu

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3. Why does radon pose a health concern?
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1. A video game designer decides to include a character in a new game that only moves along
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Follow the directions to find the missing information in each problem. Be sure to show all work
leading to your answers and simplify your answers whenever possible.
1. A shipping company offers various sized shipping boxe

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Forms
Suppose you are going on a geocaching adventure to find a cache that your friend has
hidden. Your friend has provided you with some clues that will help you discover what the
cache

Assignment: Find Maximum and Minimum
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a parabolic path. The designer us

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HOW DOES A STAR GLOW?
Stars, and the sun, which is just another star, glow because at their core
the pressure is so great that hydrogen fuses to create helium. This
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Objectives
Evaluate different catalysts to determine which is the best
Illustrate the difference between using a heterogeneous and homogeneous
catalyst
Demonstrate how varying the quantities of a catalyst can affect the reaction
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Practice: Conservation of Mass-Energy
1. In 1 kilogram of pure water, the mass of hydrogen atoms is approximately 112 grams, or 0.112
kilograms. What is the energy equivalent of this mass in joules?
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Practice: Conservation of Mass-Energy
1. In 1 kilogram of pure water, the mass of hydrogen atoms is approximately 112 grams, or 0.112
kilograms. What is the energy equivalent of this mass in joules?
2. The amount of solar energy reaching one square meter

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Will a potential fission reaction continue on its own or fizzle out? What conditions are needed
to initiate and sustain a fission chain reaction? Use the Nuclear Fission Simulation to
investigate.
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Lab: Titration
Objectives
Understand the titration process
Use titration in a laboratory process to determine the acidity level of a solution
Demonstrate proper laboratory titration techniques when working with acids and
bases
Introduction
The acid/bas

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1. Whichchemical,originallyproducedfromtheashesofplants,isessentialfor
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The illustration shows the mixing of two colorless aqueous solutions (lead nitrate and potassium
iodide) in a sealed flask to form a yellow precipitate (lead iodide) and a colorless solution
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timer
3 books
heavy ball bearing of the same size
barrier
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1. A car weighs 7840 N. (a) What is its mass? (b) The cars velocity is 25 m/sec eastward. What is its
momentum? (c) The car was accelerated from rest to 25 m/sec by a force of 1000 N. How long did the
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apply. In an elastic collision, both kinetic energy and momentum are conserved. In an inelastic
colli

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Brockport High School NY USA
Physics
Mr Keefer
Show all work, including a sketch, equations, and units.
Momentum p = mv
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We often cant solve for the exact wavefunction for a particular Hamiltonian.
- Even the exact basis set is often unknown.
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