In this chapter, we will learn to write and use acid/base and oxidation/reduction reactions. Acid/base reactions involve the exchange of hydrogen ions from one substance to another and explain the corrosive nature of many substances. Oxidation/reduction reactions (or redox) involve the exchange of electrons and are among the most powerful you'll learn this year. I look forward to demonstrating thermite with you!
The files available below are copies of the materials provided in class. The versions below are in color and should be used for quick reference or to make copies if you are unable to pick up a set in class.
Work through the videos and matching notes below at your own pace to learn the basics of each concept in this unit. Pause and play frequently - be an active learner!
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After watching the one of the videos above, complete the matching practice set below. Finish by completing the review and attempting the practice exam on schoology!
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