Chemistry

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Atomic Theory History

A few presentations that students shared with the class are attached here: 6-Chadwick 6-Thomson 6-Rutherford 3-Chadwick   More Sample Presentations: Bohr_Mod_2 Chadwick Neutron Henry Mosely JJ Thomson Milikan Rutherford

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Atomic Theory History – Research

Chemistry – Unit 10 Contributions to the Development of Models of the Atom For this assignment, you will be doing some research about scientists who contributed to our current understanding of the atom. There are…


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Chemistry 2015-2016

Welcome to Mr. Stark’s 2015-16 Biomed Chemistry course. Chemistry Syllabus 2015: Refer to the syllabus for general information about the course. Edmodo: Join the Edmodo Chemistry group to stay up-to-date on projects and gain access…


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Atomic Theory History – Research

Chemistry – Unit 10 Contributions to the Development of Models of the Atom For this assignment, you will be doing some research about scientists who contributed to our current understanding of the atom. There are…


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Edmodo – Sign Up

Students: Stay connected with Chemistry, receive announcements and reminders, and get access to additional resources by joining the Chemistry Edmodo:  https://edmo.do/j/94tea8 Or, if you already have an Edmodo account, use this group code: khmsj5 Thanks!


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Chemistry Pre-Test

Chemistry Students: Please set aside a few minutes to complete the Chemistry Pre-Test.  Please select your best answer for each question.  You will receive credit for completing the pre-test.  Click below to begin. Link to…


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Syllabus & Course Policies 2014-2015

Welcome to Chemistry!  Please review the Syllabus which contains important information about this course .  All students must also submit a signed Lab Safety Contract prior to beginning lab work! Chemistry – Syllabus – 2014-2015 Teacher: Mr. Jason…


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Chemistry Demo Project

Project Goal:  Perform a chemical reaction as a demonstration for the class.  Explain the chemistry behind the demonstration to the class. Day 1: Friday Research your reaction.  Take some notes on how the reaction works….