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How different factors can affect how quickly a reaction happens is a common topic in the chemistry curriculum. This graphic serves as a convenient summary for teachers and students alike of what th…

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many things affect a child's development, and even more are things that a child or you cannot control, but despite that it is possible to help a child through them and guide the child's path by teaching them more about themselves to get them to better understand how to work with the things in their lives :Factors that affect a child's development

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A whole antacid tablet and a crushed tablet are added to separate beakers of water so that their relative reaction rates can be compared. Follow link here for exp: http://www.reachoutmichigan.org/funexperiments/agesubject/lessons/other/antacid.html

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Reactions & Rates simulation from PhET: students can explore how the rate of reaction changes with concentrations and temperature

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Solutions, Acids and Bases: Physical Science Interactive Notebook Students will be able to: •Identify three types of solutions •Examine how solutes break apart to form positively and negatively charged particles •Explain how to speed up rate of dissolving solute in solution •Identify characteristics of acids and bases •Compare and contrast strengths of acids and bases •Determine the meaning of pH •Identify a neutralization reaction

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What Does a Catalyst Do in a Chemical Reaction?

What Does a Catalyst Do in a Chemical Reaction?: A catalyst permits a different energy pathway for a chemical reaction which has a lower activation energy. The catalyst is not consumed in the chemical reaction.

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About Crash Course! Six awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you US History and Hank Green teaches you Chemistry. Check out the playlists for past courses in World History, Biology, Literature, and Ecology.

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Enzyme Lab: A Paper and Scissors Group Simulation

Enzyme Lab with just paper, scissors, and some sort of time keeper. Students will truly understand enzyme specificity and learn how to graph reaction rates!

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