Lessons for Ions

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  • Tangible Items: Difference between an atom and an ion - … chemistry (formulas, equations, symbols) and its relationship to molecules, atoms, ions, and subatomic particles PS GLE: 3. Distinguish among symbols for … chemistry (formulas, equations, symbols) and its relationship to molecules, atoms, ions, and subatomic particles PS GLEs: 3. Distinguish among symbols for … an atom that has gained an electron? a. Negative ion b. Positive ion c. Neutral atom d. Molecule Key: 1 - b, 2 …
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  • Gumdrop Crystal Models - … ) Geometric stability. All the parts must fit together. When the ions are Pollution Site stacked in their ordered internal structure they … .732 1) Geometric stability depends on stacking of the ions. The larger ions build the basic framework for the mineral by forming … to know the size of the positive and negative ions, the size ions the voids will hold, and the radius ratio of … have electrostatic stability. 3) Polarizability is unnecessary if the positive ions can fit in the voids. Is Na+ polarized? ______ Why …
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  • Freshwater Fish Water Quality - … are formed which then dissociate into hydrogen ions and bicarbonate ions. This increase in H+ ions makes the water more acidic and lowers … titration using the computer-aided titrimeter (CAT) with an ion-specific chloride electrode, Ion Chromatography (IC) is the preferred method of identification … . For example, sodium chloride (table salt) consists of sodium ions (Na+) and chloride ions (Cl -) held together in a crystal. In water …
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  • Rolling, Rolling, Rolling - … will need prior knowledge of the common monatomic and polyatomic ions. (Common Ion List is attached) Teacher will need to prepare the … will need prior knowledge of the common monatomic and polyatomic ions. (Common Ion List is attached) Teacher will need to prepare the … will need prior knowledge of the common monatomic and polyatomic ions. (Common Ion List is attached) Teacher will need to prepare the …
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  • Exploring Life in 1898 Wilmington & the Wilmington Race Riot with Crow, a novel for young adults - … .unc.edu/ 2 o White Declaration of Independence, Decl r ion of Ci izens Rights assignment & outline (pg. 13-16) o … discussions in a mature fashion; for tips, see Prep r ion bove.) What impact did this fear, combined with propaganda, have … documents, consult the sources no e un er A i ion l Resources. Slide 7: Images of Millie Christine (Chapter Three … down n lking wi h ol er gener ions ( in ergener ion l communic ion )? b) Instruct the students to interview someone from …
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  • Introduction to Polyatomic Ions - … students will: Recognize common polyatomic ions Recognize the charges related to polyatomic ions Comprehend that polyatomic ions form compounds by ionic bonding. Be … of Top 30 Common Polyatomic Ions (attached) Nitrate/Nitrite Ion Test Kit Sulfate/Sulfite Ion Test Kit Phosphate/Phosphite Ion Test Kit Ammonium Test … compounds derived from polyatomic ions, the different charges associated with polyatomic ions, and the nomenclature related to polyatomic ions. NTTI Spring 2007 Page …
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  • The Chemistry of Fertilizers - … table. 23 1. CHEMICAL FORMULA NH4N03 2. NEGATIVE ION WN03)2 4. POSITIVE ION (NH4)2HP04 3. ww2 5. 6. CHEMICAL NAME … - KEY “CHEMICAL FORMULAS AND AVAILABLE IONS IN A FERTILIZER” CHEMICAL FORMULA CHEMICAL NAME POSITIVE ION NEGATIVE ION 1. Ammonium Nitrate NH4+ NOg- 2 … chemical reaction will convert colorless phosphate ions (PO& to colored ions. To determine the percent of phosphate ion present, you will compare the …
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  • Burn Baby Burn! - … the real world application of light emitted by excited metallic ions. http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/fireworks/main.html Remediation … the real world application of light emitted by excited metallic ions. http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/fireworks/main.html Extension … the real world application of light emitted by excited metallic ions. http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/interactives/fireworks/main.htmlhttp://artsedge …
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  • Balancing Chemical Equations - … +2 # of Electrons Gained or Lost to Form Ion Lost 2 electrons Negative Ion (Anion) F-1 # of Electrons Gained or Lost … law of universal gravitation. Have students explore reactions involving complex ions. Have students write formulas for hydrates. Have students classify reactions … sodium bromide, or calcium nitrate and sodium sulfate, plastic wrap, ion cards, hanger balance, elements cards. Vocabulary: atoms molecules substances cation … ) Ca +2 Number of Electrons Gained or Lost to Form Ion Negative Ion (Anion) F-1 Number of Electrons Gained or Lost …
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  • Ionic Chemical Formulas Days 1 & 2 - … + with O2Example: Salt NaCl There is one Sodium ion for every one Chlorine ion. If there is no chemical symbol, then it … . Have the students take a few notes on polyatomic ions. Polyatomic ion-an ion made up of more than one atom. In chemical … –ate. Ammonium, Hydroxide, and Cyanide are exceptions. List the following ions with their names: Sulfite Sulfate Nitrite Nitrate Ask the class … (20 minutes): Same rules apply as with monatomic ions, but: 4. The polyatomic ion will act as a group. If you have …
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