Science - Gr. 5.C - Classroom chemistry

Children's literature connecting to Alberta Education science curriculum. Overview from Alberta Education: Students learn about the properties and interactions of some safe to handle household liquids and solids. They test a variety of materials to see what happens when things are mixed together: what dissolves, what reacts and what remains unaffected...
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Acid-base chemistry -- What is pH? -- pH indicators -- Properties of acids -- Properties of bases -- What is a buffer? -- Common acids -- Acids in our bodies -- Environmental acids -- How we use bases -- Chemical reactions.

Acids and Bases (Why Chemistry Matters): Did you know that cola is an acid? And your saliva is a base? Acids and bases are chemical opposites that exist all around us. This title helps to learn about common acids and bases from lemon juice to ammonia.

What is matter? -- All about elements -- Properties -- Ions -- Compounds -- Mixtures -- Same or different? -- Alloys -- Colloids -- Solutions -- Getting the solution -- More solutions -- Separating solutions.

What is matter? -- All about elements -- Properties -- Ions -- Compounds -- Mixtures -- Same or different? -- Alloys -- Colloids -- Solutions -- Getting the solution -- More solutions -- Separating solutions.

You do not need to be in a laboratory to see science in action. Just about everything you find in your home, the shampoo in the bathroom, the pizza in the oven, the gasoline in the car, depends on chemistry.

Chemistry Around the House - PB

Presents 16 simple experiments that can be performed with common objects found around the house. The book explores concepts like water density, oxidation, and more are explored using simple household materials.

Incredible Experiments With Chemical Reactions and Mixtures

Physical and chemical changes -- How to start a chemical reaction -- Exothermic and endothermic reactions -- Understanding equations -- Decomposition, precipitation, and combustion -- Displacement reactions -- Reversible reactions -- Electrolysis -- Analyzing chemical reactions -- Biological reactions -- How to speed up a reaction.

Physical and chemical changes -- How to start a chemical reaction -- Exothermic and endothermic reactions -- Understanding equations -- Decomposition, precipitation, and combustion -- Displacement reactions -- Reversible reactions -- Electrolysis -- Analyzing chemical reactions -- Biological reactions -- How to speed up a reaction.

What is a chemical reaction? -- Chemical bonds -- Types of reactions -- Energy in chemical reactions -- Heat and chemical reactions -- Entropy and free energy -- Rates of reactions -- Catalysts -- Electrochemistry -- Nuclear reactions. Gr.7-12.

What is a chemical reaction? -- Chemical bonds -- Types of reactions -- Energy in chemical reactions -- Heat and chemical reactions -- Entropy and free energy -- Rates of reactions -- Catalysts -- Electrochemistry -- Nuclear reactions

Everyday chemicals

Everyday chemicals

Introduction -- Part 1: What's the world made of? -- Part 2: How does it all work? -- Part 3: Let's make things happen! -- Part 4: How is chemistry useful? -- Part 5: Our chemical universe -- Part 6: More about chemistry.

Introduction -- Part What's the world made of? -- Part Let's make things happen! -- Part How is chemistry useful? -- Part Our chemical universe -- Part More about chemistry.

What do you think of when you hear the word chemistry? Most people think of a scientist in a white lab coat, conducting experiments. You might not realize that chemistry is everywhere. Chemical processes control how much rain and snow fall to the earth, as well as how long it takes for garbage to break down in landfills.

What do you think of when you hear the word chemistry? Most people think of a scientist in a white lab coat, conducting experiments. You might not realize that chemistry is everywhere. Chemical processes control how much rain and snow fall to the earth, as well as how long it takes for garbage to break down in landfills.


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