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physical and chemical changes - cute video - really good idea...could be applied to other sorting tasks

The Rate-Limiting Step: In this video Paul Andersen explains why the slowest elementary step in a chemical reaction is the rate-limiting step. This step can be used to determine the overall rate law of the chemical reaction.

Chemistry - How to Balance Chemical Equations

Chemical changes vs. Physical changes. The video shows different examples of physical and chemical changes.

This lab is a classic! Students will be working in small groups to watch a chemical reaction occur before their excited eyes! The lab starts with preliminary questions that get them thinking about Magnesium. After they burn the Magnesium (the burning of the Magnesium does not take long at all) they will answer a few analysis questions regarding the reaction they just witnessed. This lab is always a total HIT with my 8th graders, although this would be fun in any chemistry class.

Chemistry Lab: Types Of Chemical Reactions. The purpose of this lab is: 1) To observe some chemical reactions and identify reactants and products of those reactions. 2) To classify the reactions and write balanced equations. $

chemical reaction chart .. HAHAHAHAHA! i think i'm going to use this for next year.

The process by which one or more substances change to produce one or more different substances.