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Chemical reactions

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Break apart molecules of two substances into their component atoms and rearrange them to make molecules of new substances. For example, explore how methane burns in oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. Work out the number of molecules each substance needed to balance ...

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Chemical reactions: combustion

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Break apart molecules of oxygen and another substance into their component atoms and rearrange them to make molecules of new substances. For example, explore how methane burns in oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. Work out the number of molecules of each substance ...

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Chemical reactions: energy

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Break apart molecules of two substances into their component atoms and rearrange them to make molecules of new substances. For example, explore how nitric oxide combines with oxygen to produce nitrogen dioxide. Work out the number of molecules of each substance needed ...

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Chemical reactions: non-combustion

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Break apart molecules of two substances into their component atoms and rearrange them to make molecules of new substances. For example, explore how sulfur reacts with hydrogen to produce hydrogen sulfide. Work out the number of molecules of each substance needed to balance ...

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Chemical reactions: balancing equations

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Balance chemical equations. For example, explore how nitrogen combines with hydrogen to produce ammonia. Work out the number of molecules of each substance needed to balance the chemical equation. This learning object is one in a series of six objects. The series is also ...

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Chemical reactions: reaction reshuffles

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Examine collisions between molecules of two reactants. Adjust the ratios of the reactants and compare the outcomes. Identify the number of molecules involved in a balanced reaction. For example, two A molecules combine with a B2 molecule to form a molecule of A2B2. This ...

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Chemical Reactions: student guide

This is a student guide that takes an in-depth look at chemical reactions with individual chapters on the structure of atoms, chemical changes and formula, radioactivity and nuclear energy, energy changes, and reactions involving acids and bases. Each part or chapter of this resource contains information, images and diagrams, ...

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Chemical reactions: student digital

This is a student digital resource that contains interactive materials for a comprehensive study of chemical reactions including the structure of atoms, elements and the periodic table, chemical reaction rates and energy, radiation, and the chemistry of acids and bases. This resource contains a rich array of digital interactives, ...

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Chemical reactions: teacher guide

This is a teacher guide containing material to support the planning and implementing of lessons for a unit on chemical reactions. It covers topics such as atomic structure, elements and the Periodic Table, chemical reaction rates and energy, conservation of mass, radioactivity, combustion, and reactions involving acids ...

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Chemical reactions: energy released by fuel

Investigate chemical reactions at a molecular level. Break apart molecules of oxygen and a fuel into their component atoms and rearrange them to make molecules of new substances. For example, explore how glucose burns in oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. Work out the number of molecules of each substance needed ...

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Chemical reactions and organic compounds: collection

This is a collection of ten digital curriculum resources that explore the flow of energy and matter in an ecosystem. The collection comprises seven images, one video and two interactive simulations that investigate the chemical reactions of photosynthesis and respiration. Images include models of glucose, oxygen and carbon ...

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Chemical reactions and organic compounds: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem, specifically ...

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Chemical reactions and organic compounds: learning sequence

In this structured sequence of learning, there are five teaching and learning sessions that include example stimulus questions, images, interactive simulations, video footage and experiments. Chemical reactions and some formulas of organic compounds are introduced to students. Activities investigate chemical bonds and the ...

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VisChem topic 4: energy in chemical reactions

This web page contains a video and animations exploring the distribution of molecular kinetic energy in solid, liquid and gaseous water, as well as the changes in chemical energy during reactions. Four animations depict the reaction mechanisms and energy profiles involved in organic substitution reactions.

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VisChem topic 5: factors affecting the rates of chemical reactions

This website contains seven animations depicting the factors that influence rates of organic chemical reactions. Three animations explore the significance of collision orientation, two the role of activation energy and two the effects of different solvents.

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Popcorn, pikelets and chemical reactions: Connected Learning Experience

In this Connected Learning Experience students explore important chemical reactions such as neutralisation and combustion and their application in our world. They students will review the signs that indicate a chemical reaction has taken place and then apply this knowledge to their investigations.

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Chemical catalysts

Have you ever heard of a catalyst? Watch as the Surfing Scientist, Ruben Meerman, demonstrates the power of a catalyst. He adds one to just two other ingredients to create a chemical reaction with spectacular foaming results - just like elephant toothpaste!

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VisChem topic 10: reactions of carbon compounds

This web page contains animations showing reaction mechanisms for organic substitution, addition and elimination reactions. For most reactions there are two animations, one showing molecular models, and the other showing structural formulas with movement of electrons as bonds are rearranged.

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Carbon dioxide (CO2) fire extinguisher

Different types of chemical reactions are used in many everyday products. Watch this clip to see how two common household substances can be combined to create an 'Invisible Candle Extinguisher'.

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The bang behind fireworks!

Ever wondered how fireworks are created? In this clip, pyrotechnics expert John Conkling describes the chemical and physical components of fireworks, and demonstrates many coloured explosions in a laboratory. Discover that a fireworks display is a chemical reaction between an oxidiser such as potassium nitrate and a fuel ...