Create an electronic presentation of images of playdough models of the following molecules: Aluminum Monoxide Acetic Acid Tylenol Trinitroluene Ethanol Advil
Write a concise essay explaining why matter cannot be created or destroyed chemically. Be prepared to share your essay.
Share one of your notes on the white boards on the western wall of the classroom. Don’t repeat another student’s note.
Students will create a special element-key display for an assigned element. The created element key will be created on 1/2 sheet of construction paper. The information on the element key will include the following: element symbol (centered on paper), element...
Draw the electrons and electron shells for the following positons on the Periodic Table: 1. Period 2 Group 18 2. Period 3 Group 16 3. Period 2 Group 17 4. Period 4 Group 2 5. Period 1 Group 18
Using playdough, create representations of Bohr models of the following Isotopes: Hydrogen Atom (neutral), Deutrium, Tritium, Helium (Atomic Mass 3), Helium (Atomic Mass 4), Lithium (Atomic Mass 6), Lithium (Atomic Mass 7), Carbon (Atomic Mass 12), Carbon (Atomic Mass...
Using playdough, create a representation of the various models of the atom. Take a picture of your models and create an electronic presentation of your models.
Your group will create a graphic representation of an atom and present your model to the class.