Classroom Resources: Quantitative Chemistry
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Observations, History, Conservation of Mass, Measurements, SI Units | High School, Middle School
In this activity, students will watch a video about Antoine Lavoisier, who many consider to be the father of modern chemistry. They will answer questions as they learn about oxygen, hydrogen, and the first proposal of the Law of the Conservation of Mass.
Physical Properties, History, Measurements, Temperature, SI Units, Accuracy | High School, Middle School, Elementary School
In this activity, students will watch a video and answer questions about how both the thermometer and the concept of temperature evolved over time
Accuracy, Measurements, Significant Figures, SI Units | High School, Middle School
In this simulation, students will participate in a 10 question quiz. The quiz questions are each made of two parts, with the first part requiring the student to analyze an image of a graduated cylinder in order to report an accurate measurement. Students must use the correct number of digits based on the markings presented on the cylinder when reporting the measurement. In the second portion of the question the students will determine the uncertainty value of the graduated cylinder, again by analyzing its markings. The simulation is made up of several different sizes of graduated cylinders, each containing unique markings, so students will be challenged to analyze each individually.
Observations, History, Conservation of Mass, Measurements, SI Units | High School, Middle School, Elementary School
This video tells the story of Antoine Lavoisier who many consider to be the father or modern chemistry. Lavoisier discovered oxygen and hydrogen and first proposed the Law of Conservation of Mass.
Temperature, Gas Laws, Pressure, Molecular Motion, Kinetic Molecular Theory, SI Units, Volume | Middle School, High School
In this simulation, students investigate variables of a gas. From the computer models, they can see how pressure, temperature, and volume effect gas behavior.