Shmoop Chemistry theme of Thermochemistry in Chemistry Basics. See how Thermochemistry in Chemistry Basics is connected to other aspects of Chemistry. This site is more for kids, but I picked it because I know their are a lot of people who don't really know what thermochemistry is and what all goes into it. This websites gives a really good explanation about thermochemistry is.
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I picked this website it give a list of chemical names and their formulas. I also like how they have in rows instead of paragraph from, cause I feel that it makes it more helpful to look at all the different chemicals.
Now that you understand chemical reactions, it’s time to start classifying them into smaller groups. You may wonder why this is something that’s important, and frankly, that’s no… Unlike the other website this one talks about the different kinds of reactions. Which I feel that is supper important to understand the different types of chemical reactions. I am really looking forward to this class teaching more about the different types of chemical reactions.
chemical reaction: a process in which one or more substances, the reactants, are converted to one or more different substances, the products. Substances are either chemical elements or compounds. A c I picked this website because it talks about what a chemical reaction really is and how it effects today's society. It additional talks about the history behind chemical reactions.
solution: in chemistry, homogenous mixture of two or more substances in relative amounts that can be varied continuously up to what is called the limit of solubility. The term solution is commonly ap This website goes in to a little bit more about really explaining what a solution is and how it is made and why. I feel this website also has a little bit more facts about solution than the other website did. I would use this site if you already know why a solution is, but you are wanting a little bit more information on it.
Chem4Kids.com! This tutorial introduces basics of solutions. Other sections include elements, the periodic table, reactions, and biochemistry. This website gives a given basic definition and understanding on solutions in chemistry. Which I feel helps a lot when someone just wants to know what it is. I also like how it has a few examples of some solutions. I know a little bit about solutions , but not that much about them. I would like to always know a little bit more about them.
It begins with an unassuming "H" and ends in crazy elements that you've likely never heard of. But the periodic table, encapsulated on a mere sheet of paper, can be a scientist's best friend and a tes This site goes into more detail about how the periodic table is organized and why it is organized in a certain way. Which I feel is really important , because until I found this website I didn't really know why it was organized.
Award winning periodic table with user-friendly element data and facts. Cool online chemistry videos, dictionary, tools, etc. I picked this site because I feel that it has a good picture of the periodic table and goes into a little bit of detail on how certain things mean in the table. I really want to learn this year more about the periodic table and how certain chemical and other things work together.
Atoms are the basic units of matter. They are made up of three particles: protons, neutrons and electrons. Definition of an atom, nucleus, proton, neutron, electron and isotope. This websites goes into details about different types of atoms. That is the main reason why I picked this website. It also does have pictures showing a lot about the atom's structure.
Atoms are the basic units of matter. They are made up of three particles: protons, neutrons and electrons. Definition of an atom, nucleus, proton, neutron, electron and isotope. I picked this website because it give you great visuals about what an atom kinda looks like and what it all in an atom. It also has video too explaining all about atoms. I already know a lot about atoms from physics and biology , but I would always like to learn more about them.
Contrary to what it sounds like, matter does not own any property. Instead, properties of matter refer to any characteristic that we observe about a substance that can be used to distinguish it from I picked this website for properties of matter because it went into a little bit more about properties of matter than what the other site did. This site also has has the periodic table on it as well. So it kinda goes into detail about that.
Standard 1 g. properties of solid, liquid, and gaseous substances, such as sugar (C6H12O6), water (H2O) helium (He), oxygen (O2), nitrogen (N2),and carbon dioxide (CO2). I picked this link because I feel that it explained properties of matter well ,and where anyone can understand it. I know a little about properties of matter from physics, but I don't remember a lot about the subject. I would like to relearn more about the subject this year.