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Today’s graphic is a little more basic, but is something that I’m hoping to eventually develop into an organic reaction map. The idea for this was to present the various organic compoun…

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Biochemistry Functional Groups Activity for High School Biology

Scariest Worksheet Ever: Teach your students functional groups by having them search and color them on amino acids, nucleotides, sugars, and lipids! It is called the Scariest Worksheet because at first, it will look very scary. But after they start, they will think biochemistry is fun! Science and Math with Mrs. Lau

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AP Biology Worksheet, Functional Groups

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AP Biology Functional Groups Quiz

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Organic Chemistry Nomenclature- this will be a lifesaver this year, I'm printing this & putting it in my binder.

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Asperger's Symptoms & How to Treat Them

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Chemistry Clip Art: Chemical Structures for Common Compounds, Ions, and Elements

Tired of googling images of chemical structures for your worksheets and tests? This download includes 213 high quality .png images of commonly used chemical structures. It includes: • Lewis Dot diagrams for 23 elements • Lewis structures for each diatomic element • Functional groups ---- amino ---- carbonyl (aldehyde) ---- carbonyl (ketone) ---- carboxyl ---- hydroxyl • Lewis structure for polyatomic ions ---- ammonium ---- bicarbonate ---- carbonate ---- chlorate ---- chlorite ---- ...

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Chemistry Formulas Practice Lite App - Stimulates students’ mastery of the fundamental skill of naming compounds and writing formulas. The practice categories include ionic and molecular compounds, acids, bases, polyatomic ions, hydrocarbons, and organic functional groups. Students may choose their pace as they work from formula to name or name to formula. **Formulas Lite only includes polyatomic ions and organic functional groups.

Organic Chemistry Functional Groups Cheat Sheet - print this guide for a handy reference to the common groups you will come across during IUPAC naming and advanced reactions: