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Moles - Volumes of Gases & Concentration of Solutions
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Moles - Volumes of Gases & Concentration of Solutions

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No prep moles lesson on volumes of gases and concentrations of solutions The resource contains all that is needed to teach and assess students on the following mole calculations: a. Volumes of gases (n = V/Vmol) b. Concentration of solutions (n=c/V) c. Masses to concentrations (how many grams of x are required to make a 200 cm3 solution of 1.5 mol/dm3) Resource includes: Interactive PowerPoint with theory, worked examples and student questions (mini whiteboard use is encouraged) Differentiated 6 page worksheet on the above calculations Teacher answers All resources are fully editable You may be interested in my resources on further moles Save money with the Moles Bundle which includes this resource Moles - Relative Formula Mass, Avogadro’s Number and Mole to Mass Calculations Moles - molar ratio and reacting masses Mole Calculations treasure hunt ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Balanced Equations and Conservation of Mass
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Balanced Equations and Conservation of Mass

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Using worked examples and theory students will learn the Law of Conservation of Mass and how to balance chemical formula equations. 15 student questions with teacher answers provided. Learning Objectives: · Be able to explain the term conservation of mass · Be able to complete balanced formula equations Please see the preview for all worksheets If you haven’t taught chemical formula then take a look at Chemical Formula - elements, covalent and ionic chemicals Have a look at my FREE Chemical Formula Game Once you’ve taught this check out my resources on Mole calculations ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Streamlining and Air Resistance - Ages 11-14
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Streamlining and Air Resistance - Ages 11-14

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Teach pupils about streamlining , air resistance and s = d/t with discussions exercises, active learning & experiment PPT presentation and lesson worksheet (ink friendly version included) including practical details included NB: cake cases will need to be purchased in advance In my experience my pupils have benefited from this lesson and enjoy the practical with lots of opportunity for assessment throughout. I'm sure you'll find your pupils enjoy it too. Lesson to teach pupils how the shape of an object affects its movement through air and water via 1) Discussion exercises about shapes of objects and why they are designed to be streamlined 2) Discussion exercises about how changing the shape of an object will affects its motion through air or water 3) Practical where pupils change the shape of a baking case and measure the time it takes for it to fall 4) Calculating the speed of the falling baking cases using s = d/t ➯ Be sure to **follow my store** to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a **review/feedback** or on social media. [Pinterest](https://www.pinterest.co.uk/classroomchemist/) Classroom Chemist [Twitter](https://twitter.com/classroom_chem): @classroom_chem [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/classroom_chemist/?hl=en): @classroom_chemist [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/classroomchemist/): @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
History of the Atom, Atomic Structure and Electron Arrangement
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History of the Atom, Atomic Structure and Electron Arrangement

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No prep lesson. Teach students the history of the atom then send them on a fact-finding mission around your classroom to learn atomic structure. After this they’ll learn electron structure and undertake a number of plenary tasks Resources Included Complete lesson PowerPoint Fact sheets to be placed on wall for fact-finding exercise Worksheet with questions for fact finding exercise Extension exercises Electron arrangement worksheet Periodic table Teacher instructions Please see the preview pictures for worksheets, samples of PowerPoint and more You may be interested in my other resources on the Atom Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes Covalent bonding complete lesson Ionic Bonding complete lesson Prior knowledge needed Atomic number and a basic understanding of the periodic table ➯ Be sure to **follow my store **to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes
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Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes

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Complete lesson with an interactive PowerPoint, full lesson worksheet for 6 common experiments (see below) and extra assessment worksheet to teach chemical reactions and physical changes. Resource includes Discussion exercises leading to the definition of a chemical reaction Teacher led instruction introducing the criteria for a chemical reaction Discussion exercises about whether ice melting is a reaction, leading to the differences between reactions and physical changes Six quick experiments that allow pupils to see the differences between reactions and physical changes Chemicals required for practicals: Copper carbonate Zinc oxide Chalk and dilute acid (HCl) Sodium chloride Copper sulfate Cobalt chloride Sodium carbonate Once you’ve taught this check out my resource on Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures and my free resource on Chemical Word Equations ➯ Be sure to **follow my store **to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Intermolecular Forces Treasure Hunt
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Intermolecular Forces Treasure Hunt

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Get your students up and around the class revising intermolecular forces (hydrogen bonds, London Dispersion Forces and Dipole-dipole forces) with this treasure hunt activity (can be used as a card loop activity too). Once completed the students have to crack the code to be declared the winner! No prep resources included 10 and 15 question version Student instructions Please see the preview for all materials All resources are fully editable Once you’ve taught this check out my other A-Level resources: Trends in the Periodic Table - covalent radius Trends in the Periodic Table - Ionisation Energy Trends in the Periodic Table - electronegativity Liked this treasure hunt? Check out these: Atoms and Bonding Treasure Hunt Activity Mole Calculations - treasure hunt ➯ Be sure to **follow my store **to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Chemical Formula and Balanced Equations - Pupil Workbook
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Chemical Formula and Balanced Equations - Pupil Workbook

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24 pg. workbook for pupils from writing formula through to balanced equations. Approx. 6-8 hours of material Also includes teacher answer booklet and PPT for balancing equations The booklet is aimed at 14-16 aged pupils but has been used successfully with younger pupils. Starting with formula of elements & diatomic elements pupils are shown how to complete formula for covalent molecules, ionic compounds, ionic compounds with transition metal, ionic compounds with polyatomic ions and ionic formula Having gone through this part 2 of the booklet deal with work equations, formula equations and then balanced equations. Throughout are learning intentions, worked examples with diagrams where appropriate and dozens of pupil questions. Also included are metacognitive activities and exam style questions. All images are in the puplic domain or are my own. ➯ Be sure to **follow my store** to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a **review/feedback** or on social media. [Pinterest](https://www.pinterest.co.uk/classroomchemist/) Classroom Chemist [Twitter](https://twitter.com/classroom_chem): @classroom_chem [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/classroom_chemist/?hl=en): @classroom_chemist [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/classroomchemist/): @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Atomic Structure activity and worksheet
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Atomic Structure activity and worksheet

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Place the four atomic structure factsheets on the walls of your classroom and send your students out with their worksheet to learn the about the atom’s subatomic particles (charge, mass, location), atomic number, why atoms are neutral and more. For those that finish early there is an extension exercise for them to complete To make the task more difficult have the students leave the worksheet at their desk and remember the question they are trying to answer. Please see the preview for all worksheets and more You may be interested in: History of the Atom, Atomic Structure and Electron Arrangement Atoms and the Periodic Table Quiz, Quiz, Trade Ages 14+ https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/atoms-and-the-periodic-table-quiz-quiz-trade-11812805 Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes Covalent bonding complete lesson Ionic Bonding complete lesson All resources are fully editable Should you need to make any changes for your classroom these resources are fully editable ➯ Follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Environment, Habitat and Adaptations
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Environment, Habitat and Adaptations

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Turn your classroom into different environments and let your pupils discover the animals that live there and their adaptations One of my favourite lessons with pupils engaged and learning from the first minute. I've taught this many times and each time it's been a success. PPT includes pupil discussion exercises on 'what is an environment, habitat and adaptation?' along with an activity whereby you can transform your classroom into different habitats. Group the animal fact cards into Ocean, Desert, Rainforest and Arctic and place these onto different tables. Pupils then go around the classroom investigating the habitat, the organisms that live there and their adaptations filling in their worksheet as they go. Includes: Interactive PPT Pupil worksheet (ink friendly version included) Animal fact cards (ink friendly version included) ➯ Be sure to **follow my store** to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a **review/feedback** or on social media. [Pinterest](https://www.pinterest.co.uk/classroomchemist/) Classroom Chemist [Twitter](https://twitter.com/classroom_chem): @classroom_chem [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/classroom_chemist/?hl=en): @classroom_chemist [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/classroomchemist/): @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Trends in the Periodic Table - Ionisation Energy
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Trends in the Periodic Table - Ionisation Energy

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Using a variety of teaching styles students will learn about ionization energy including definitions, trends and explanations in the periodic table. Assessment questions and self-assessment of learning are included in this 4 page worksheet. Please see the preview for all worksheets Learning Objectives • Be able to define the first, second and subsequent ionisation energies • Be able to describe and explain the trends in ionisation energies down a group and across a period in terms of (i) atomic size, (ii) nuclear charge and (iii) screening (shielding) effect Prior knowledge needed Ions and atomic structure Related products Trends in the Periodic Table - BUNDLE - includes this resource Covalent Radius worksheet Electronegativity worksheet ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Classroom Chemist - free resource pack
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Classroom Chemist - free resource pack

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Welcome to Classroom Chemist! In this pack are included the following set of resources for you to use in your class that give you an idea of who we are, what we do and how we can help you and your students: Six KS3 and GCSE resources - includes complete lessons with interactive PowerPoint and corresponding worksheet; games and activities including Treasure Hunt, Quiz, Quiz, Trade and Dice Games; posters for display in your classroom. Three documents we feel are essential in the modern classroom including Rosenshine’s seminal paper, the 10 Principles of Instruction – required reading for any teacher – and others that will educate, guide and improve your teaching Classroom Chemist’s recommended websites – there is so much excellent information on the internet on teaching but where to start? The document included should help you find a footing. **It would be great of you if you left a review telling us what you think of this resource. ** ➯ Follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used this pack I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Facebook: @classroomchemist Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present except research articles
Chemical Reactions - writing chemical word equations
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Chemical Reactions - writing chemical word equations

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Using this free, no prep complete lesson teach your KS3 students how chemical word equations are written by identifying the reactants and products in chemical reactions. This popular resource includes an interactive PowerPoint and comprehensive student worksheet with literacy, problem solving and self assessment activities. Learning Objectives: • Be able to give definitions for the following terms: reactant, product and word equation • Be able to write word equations for chemical reactions Once you’ve taught this check out my resources on Chemical reactions and Physical Changes https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/chemical-reactions-and-physical-changes-11632853 ➯ Be sure to **follow my store** to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a **review/feedback** or on social media. [Pinterest](https://www.pinterest.co.uk/classroomchemist/) Classroom Chemist [Twitter](https://twitter.com/classroom_chem): @classroom_chem [Instagram](https://www.instagram.com/classroom_chemist/?hl=en): @classroom_chemist [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/classroomchemist/): @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Chemistry Key Words
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Chemistry Key Words

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10 Chemistry Key Word posters plus 1 desk sized poster containing 9 in 1 (see preview). All words that are in my experience ones that pupils consistently misuse - having had these in my classroom and taped to the pupil desks their understanding of how and when to use these words has improved - I’m confident you’ll get the same results You may be interested in these free resources: Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures Chemical Reactions - writing chemical word equations Science Safety Symbols - Treasure hunt activity You may be interested in these popular best sellers: Balanced Equations and Conservation of Mass Mole Bundle - 3 NO PREP complete lessons & treasure hunt activity Fossil fuels and Climate Change ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Mole Bundle - 3 NO PREP complete lessons & treasure hunt activity
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Mole Bundle - 3 NO PREP complete lessons & treasure hunt activity

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Moles bundle containing all you need to teach and assess your pupils on Relative formula mass Mole to mass calculations Volumes of gases Concentration of solutions Molar ratio Reacting masses All products are editable should you need to adapt to your classroom Each lesson contains an interactive PowerPoint, comprehensive pupil worksheet and teacher answers. See individual resources for previews of the material contained Also included is a Moles treasure hunt activity ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Fossil fuels and Climate Change
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Fossil fuels and Climate Change

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Using the factsheets displayed around your classroom students will research the answers to questions on climate change on their worksheets. Numeracy based extension exercises included for those who finish quickly. A second version is included: Cut out the questions provided and stick them around your classroom. Students go and find a question, come back to their desk and use their fossil fuels worksheets to find the answer. No prep activity to have students teach themselves the issues surrounding burning of fossil fuels and climate change. An engaging and active learning based activity. ***Please see the preview for all worksheets and more *** You may be interested in my other resources on fossil fuels: Fuels Bundle Formation of Fossil Fuels Fuels Task Cards ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes
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Atomic Number, Mass Number and Isotopes

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No prep complete lesson to teach students how the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom are calculated along with what isotopes are and how the relative atomic mass of isotopes is determined. Includes interactive PPT with 5 page worksheet teaching students atomic number, mass number, isotopes and relative atomic mass along with self assessment and extension exercises Learning Objectives • Be able to define (a) atomic number, (b) mass number, © isotope and (d) relative atomic mass (Ar) • Be able to calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons using an element’s atomic number and mass number • Be able to work out which isotope is most abundant when given the mass numbers and Ar Please see the preview for all materials of this fully editable resource You may be interested in my other resources on the atom and bonding History of the Atom, Atomic Structure and Electron Arrangement Covalent bonding complete lesson Ionic Bonding complete lesson Prior knowledge needed Atomic number and a basic understanding of the periodic table ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Light through a prism - a spectrum of colours
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Light through a prism - a spectrum of colours

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Teach your class how light refracts through a prism creating a spectrum with this worksheet containing theory, instructions, assessment questions and extension materials. **Learning Objectives ** Be able to describe what happens to light as it passes through a prism Be able to state and explain order of colours of the spectrum Explain why a spectrum of light is produced when white light is passed through a prism Equipment needed for experiment You will need access to a ray box and prisms to complete the experiment All resources are fully editable Please see the preview for all worksheets You may be interested in my resources on light: Refraction worksheet https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/refraction-of-light-worksheet-ages-11-14-11878172 Refraction PPT and worksheet complete lesson https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/light-refraction-age-11-14-11807421 Prior knowledge needed Refraction of light. ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Moles - Relative Formula Mass, Avogadro's Number and Mole to Mass Calculations
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Moles - Relative Formula Mass, Avogadro's Number and Mole to Mass Calculations

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No prep moles lesson with interactive PowerPoint and differentiated worksheet with teacher answers to assess relative formula mass and mole to mass stoichiometry calculations. I would recommend the use of mini-whiteboards throughout to quickly assess student understanding. Learning Objectives · Be able to explain what is meant by and calculate the molar mass of compounds · Be able to explain what is meant by a mole in terms of Avogadro’s number · Be able to calculate masses from moles and vice versa All aspects of this resource is fully editable You may be interested in my resources on further moles Save money with this Moles Bundle which includes this resource Moles - Volumes of Gases & Concentration of Solutions Moles - molar ratio and reacting masses Mole Calculations treasure hunt ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Digestive System differentiated literacy activity and worksheet
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Digestive System differentiated literacy activity and worksheet

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Using literacy and problem solving skills your 11-14 year old students use a digestive system factsheet to extract information of the names and roles of the organs of the digestive system, completing their differentiated worksheet. Resources included Factsheet with information of the parts and roles of the digestive system Differentiated student worksheet with unlabelled diagram and table to complete the roles of the organs All resources are fully editable Please see the preview for all worksheets Prior knowledge needed A very basic understanding of what an organ is and the role of the digestive system. You may also be interested in my other resources for 11-14 yrs Atoms, Elements, Compounds and Mixtures - FREE Chemical Reactions - word equations - FREE Science Safety Symbols - Treasure hunt - FREE ➯ Follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present
Calculating the rate of reaction
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Calculating the rate of reaction

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Students will learn about how to calculate the average rate of reaction from experimental data and from graphs via theory, worked examples and assessment questions (answers included). Please see the preview for all worksheet content Learning Objectives • Be able to calculate the average rate of reaction using a graph or experimental data • Be able to state the units for rate of reaction Related Products: Measuring the rate of reaction - lab and worksheet Rate of reaction - relative rate lab worksheet Changing the rate of reaction labs ➯ Be sure to follow my store to be alerted of new products. ➯ Once you’ve used it I’d love to hear how you get on via a review/feedback or on social media. Pinterest Classroom Chemist Twitter: @classroom_chem Instagram: @classroom_chemist Facebook: @classroomchemist Email: classroomchemist@gmail.com All materials copyright Classroom Chemist 2018-present