Study Guide for Ecology Test
Answer the following questions on a separate piece of paper. It will be collected immediately
before the test for points.
1. List the basic characteristics of each biome: Location, plant life, climate.
State the difference
Unit 10 Forgery
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alcohol or mercury is inside a hollow tube which
has a scale
more heat incr. KE of molecules mol
Section 10.1 Reading Guide- Temperature
1. All particles in a substance are _.
2. How are kinetic energy and temperature
3. As the average kinetic energy of an object
_ the temperature _.
4. What physical property allows us to find
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ Unit 5 Study Guide
Fill in the Blanks
1.) Chemists use 4 clues to determine if a chemical changed has occurred. These 4 clues include _
_ , _ , _ and
2.) Atoms are neither created nor destroyed during a chemical reaction. They
Curses! Foiled again! (Activity)
What do you think will happen to the aluminum when added to the solution?
Data Table Title: _
Time ( )
Temp ( )
Graph the data.
How did your prediction compare with what actually happened?
Balancing Chemical Equations Reading Guide
Use pages 161-163 in your textbook to answer
the following questions.
1.) Define a chemical equation.
2.) In a chemical equation, the reactants which
are on the _-hand side of the arrow,
form the products which a
Shall We Dance? Classifying Types of Chemical Reactions
Chemical reactions can be classified into different categories. Four common
types are synthesis, decomposition, single replacement and double replacement.
Specific reactions corresponding to the
Chemical Reactions and
Types of Reactions
Type of Reactions
Chemical reactions are classified into
four general types
Section 5.1 Reading Guide
Chemical Reactions Change Substances
1. When do chemical changes occur?
2. Look at the three chemical reactions in Figure
5-1. What evidence can you see that a chemical
reaction occurred in each?
3. The _ of a _ is a sign
The Chemical Reaction
A chemical reaction is when one or more substances changes into one or more new/different substances. A
chemical reaction is also known as a chemical change.
The substances present at the start of the react