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Teachers Manual Rebecca W. Keller, PhD

Cover design Opening page Illustrations David Keller David Keller, Rebecca W. Keller, Ph.D. Rebecca W. Keller, Ph.D. Copyright 2013 Gravitas Publications, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this

iv Focus On High School Chemistry Teachers Manual To the Teacher In this teachers manual you will find all of the answers to the Study Questions and Practice Problems in the Focus On High School Che

Introduction v Laboratory Safety Most of these experiments use household items. However, some items, such as iodine, are extremely poisonous. Extra care should be taken while working with all chemic

Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Matter, Mass, and Moles AnswerstoStudyQuestions InstructionsforExperiment1LowSodium SampleExper

Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Mixtures AnswerstoStudyQuestions InstructionsforExperiment6Tomixornottomix SampleExperiment6Testingasoapoilemulsion Separating Mixtures

Chapter 1 Matter, Mass, and Moles Answers to Study Questions Instructions for Experiment 1 Low Sodium 2 3 Text reading time Experiment time Suggested Materials 2 hours 23 hours any packaged mate

2FocusOnHighSchoolChemistryTeachersManual Answers to Study Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons have a positive charge and electrons have a negative charge. Neutrons have

Chapter1Matter,Mass,andMoles3 Instructions for Experiment 1 Low Sodium In this chapter students learned about matter, mass, and moles. The experiment outlined below will help students further explor

4FocusOnHighSchoolChemistryTeachersManual EXPERIMENT 1 LOW SODIUM You go to the family doctor, and he decides to put you on a special diet. He tells you that you have been eating too much sodium. He

Chapter1Matter,Mass,andMoles5 Experiment 1 Objective Hypothesis What can I eat Date To determine which foods contain less than 0.01 mole of sodium per serving I will be able to eat cereal but not

6FocusOnHighSchoolChemistryTeachersManual III. Record your results. RESULTS Food Item Raisin Bran cereal Nature Valley Granola Bars Jiff Peanut Butter Chicken of the Sea tuna Baked Beans Serving siz

Chapter1Matter,Mass,andMoles7 IV. Discuss your results and write your conclusions. CONCLUSIONS If I follow the serving size suggestions for each food item, I will only be allowed to eat the peanut