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Chemistry: Chemical Reactions

These sites demonstrate the different types of chemical reactions. Students can see videos of more dangerous or complex reactions, and laboratory experiments are included. Also included are eThemes resources on Chemical Equations and
Oxidation-Reduction Reactions.


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See a variety of science experiments. To rank experiments by difficulty or popularity, scroll to the top of the page. NOTE: This site contains ads, links to some outside sites, and a forum.
Here are printable jigsaw puzzle pieces to help students learn and experiment with chemical reactions.
See these short videos of a number of chemical reactions. Below the videos is information on the reaction, safety information, and discussion questions. NOTE: Quicktime is required.
Here is information and labs on more complex chemistry topics, including organic chemistry, reaction rates and energy of chemical reactions, equilibrium, and redox reactions.
This site includes a number of labs on various aspects of chemistry, along with other educational materials (PowerPoint slides, handouts, assignments, etc.). Scroll down to Lesson #15 for types of chemical reactions, or to Unit 2 for labs on proportions, hydrates, limiting reagents.
Here are several chemistry experiments using chemicals that can be purchased in local supermarkets, drugstores, etc. Some experiments are simple, but others are more complex.
Here is a summary of various types of chemical reactions, for students who need to identify one type from another. A link leads to practice problems.
Here are links to information, activities, and tests on chemical synthesis. Students can learn about making useful chemicals using chemical reactions, acids and alkalis, stages and techniques of chemical synthesis, calculations and titrations, and information about the rate of reaction.
This page gives a description of phase changes, a variety of chemical reactions, and information on the naming of compounds. It includes several video clips to describe or show reactions.
This activity gives a brief explanation of the differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures, and ways to separate mixtures. An interactive video is followed by a short quiz. A link to a more detailed test is found near the bottom of the page.
Here is basic information about chemistry, including information on chemistry laws, balancing equations, types of reactions, lab safety, and more.
This site gives a simple explanation of combustion, synthesis, decomposition, dissociation, single replacement, and double replacement reactions.
This site includes links for online and in class activities, labs, and other online resources on chemical reactions.
These sites will help students learn the rules to balancing chemical equations. Students can study the law of Conservation of Mass. Quizzes, tutorials, and sample problems are available on many of the sites. Included is an eThemes resource on molecular models.
These sites provide information on oxidation-reduction, or redox, reactions. Most sites are informational, with some practice problems. Also included are some interactive tutorials, interactive games, and a board game.

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