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Chemical Reactions Unit

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In this unit on Chemical reactions students will be able to differentiate between the five different types of chemical reactions of synthesis, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, and combustion reactions. Students will also be able to apply the Law of Conservation of Matter and Mass towards chemical reactions; specifically balancing chemical reactions. The end goal will be for students to be able to when giving the reactants of a chemical reactions be able to predict the products, write a balanced equation, determine the amount of product produced in the reaction, while also determining the limiting reactant.

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Students will be able to explain that reactions involve the rearrangement of atoms into new substances.
Students will be able to identify reactants and products and identify the number of atoms of each element
Students will be able to recognize the five different types of chemical reactions
Students will be able to compare and contrast the different chemical reactions
Students will be able to recognize a balanced equation
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skodackjosh
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Creative Commons Licence
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