Chemistry stoichiometry If my chem teacher had done this, I might have actually liked chemistry
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Want a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review how to convert between particles, volume, and mass with the mole? Well... here's your answer! Mole conversions color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content taught in class, or to use as a filler activity (i.e. emergency lesson plan). An engaging assignment for any college prep high school classroom!

Want a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review how to convert between particles, volume, and mass with the mole? Well... here's your answer! Mole conversions color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content taught in class, or to use as a filler activity (i.e. emergency lesson plan). An engaging assignment for any college prep high school classroom!

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This idea with the elements Au (gold), Ti (Titanium), and Sm (Samarium), with the quote "It seems that for success in science or art, a dash of autism is required."-Hans Asperger.

This idea with the elements Au (gold), Ti (Titanium), and Sm (Samarium), with the quote "It seems that for success in science or art, a dash of autism is required."-Hans Asperger.

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The atomic theory of matter tells us that a gas is made up of tiny particles called atoms (or molecules, which are combinations of atoms), which are constantly in motion, smashing into each other and the walls of whatever container they might be in. Here is a highly visual model of this idea.

The atomic theory of matter tells us that a gas is made up of tiny particles called atoms (or molecules, which are combinations of atoms), which are constantly in motion, smashing into each other and the walls of whatever container they might be in. Here is a highly visual model of this idea.

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Ionic Vs. Covalent Coloring Activity Chemistry Science PDF Printable from laurelsusanstudio on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages)

Ionic Vs. Covalent Coloring Activity Chemistry Science PDF Printable from laurelsusanstudio on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages)

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Chemistry in everyday life Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry?  We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Hearing, seeing, tasting, and touching all involve intricate series of chemical reactions and interactions in our body

Chemistry in everyday life Have you ever wondered why chemistry is so important? Why do we study chemistry? We all are made of chemicals and everything around us is made of chemicals. Everything we hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Hearing, seeing, tasting, and touching all involve intricate series of chemical reactions and interactions in our body

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