Ismael Amaro Aguirre
1.Go to http:/phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/molecule-polarity.
3.Click on the Bond Character in the View box and on
Electrostatic Potential in the
Acids produce hydrogen ions in
Bases produce hydroxide ions in
Acids are proton donors
Bases are proton acceptors
Students know how to use
LeChateliers principle to predict the
effect of changes in concentration,
temperature, and pressure.
Students know equilibrium is
established when forward and
reverse reaction r
Laboratory Nightmare, H Lab Safety Questions:
Answer these questions using the list of safety rules and the Lab Nightmare picture-
1. List 3 unsafe activities shown in the picture and explain why each is unsafe.
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the name and function of the - ipment with the ap
Apparatus 3% -Worksheet 1
I. Name the apparatus
Write the English names under each picture.
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test-tube rack a% electronic balance IHESF tripod 3% (WI)
Fill in the blanks with thefollowing ver
Metric Conversion Worksheet.
Use the metric ladder from your previous work to make the following conversions.
Write the complete problem in your notebook.
1000 cl = _ L
2 cm = _ mm
12000 m = _ km
= _ cl
900 cm =
Ten Words in Context
In the space provided, write the letter of the meaning closest to that of each boldfaced word, Use the
context of the sentences to help y
As you read The Crucible, answer the following
questions in preparation for class discussion.
Questions are grouped according to Act and are
listed in the order in which the answers may be
found. In some cases, you may need more space
than is given on thi