This unit deals with chemical equations which are how chemists communicate the workings of a chemical reaction. We will look into how a chemical equation is formed and what it looks like. A properly written Chemical equation gives a lot of information which is the basis for future Chemistry. This unit is not very mathematical but you will have to do some basic addition. This topic requires you to keep up with your nomenclature.
IT - IsaacsTeach. This is an online series of tutorials and guides to help with AP Chemistry Topics. They are very well done and align to our class quite well.
MR - Mark Rosengarten. This is similar to IsaacsTeach but covers some different topics. These are often more entertaining than the usual science videos.
TT - Teacher Tools. Teacher Tools is a set of reference materials, worksheets, and self-quizzes to assist in practice.
Q - Quizlet. This will be a link to a Quizlet on the topic.
Animation - A short clip usually under two minutes long.
PPT - This is an abbreviation for PowerPoint. Some are originals and others are from other sources.
Podcasts - Podcasts are audio lectures on a topic. Practically all of them on this page are going to be original so it is a good way to reinforce a lecture.
PH - Resources with this code are from a previous textbook that I used.
A Short note about animations and videos.
There are several sources for a complete library of chemistry videos and animations. For the tutorial videos, I have gone through many of the sources and have chosen two of them that I think are the best. I looked for the ones that were the clearest, and most entertaining.
| Reference: Balancing Equations Guide|| Reference: Chemical Equations|
| Reference: Solubility Rules|| Reference: Types of Reactions|
PowerPoints & Podcasts
Worksheets & Activities
| Balancing Chemical Equations for Beginners|
| Balancing Equations # 2|
| Demonstrations of Different Types of Reactions|
Tutorials - IsaacTeach
| IT - Types of Chemical Reactions|| |
| IT - Balancing Chemical Equations|| |
| IT - Using Chemical Equations|| |
| IT - Tips & Tricks for Balancing Equations|
| Lecture on Balancing Equations|
Tutorials - Mark Rosengarten