Chemistry is the study of the properties and behavior of matter.
In this course, students will apply the concepts they have learned in their chemistry course by watching and/or performing hands-on labs and activities.
In this course, students will explore a wide range of concepts including:
- Measurement, percent error, and percent yield
- Physical and chemical properties and changes
- Atomic structure
- The organization of the periodic table
- Ionic and covalent bonds
- The properties of ionic and covalent compounds
- Polar and nonpolar molecules
- The Law of Conservation of Mass
- The 5 types of chemical reactions
- The mole concept
- Limiting and excess reagents
- Empirical and molecular formulas
- Percent composition by mass
- Molarity and molality
- Freezing point depression and boiling point elevation
- Properties of acids and bases
- Acid/base titration
- The gas laws
- Enthalpy and entropy
- Gibb’s free energy and thermodynamically-favorable reactions
- Reduction/oxidation (redox) reactions
- Reaction rate and Collision Theory
- Chemical equilibrium, reversible reactions, and Le Chatelier’s Principle
Each lesson contains printable instructions and recording sheet, a video review of the concepts used in the lab, a video demonstration of the lab, sample calculations, and an answer key. Additional resources are supplied for many lessons if the student wishes to take learning further.
Students can complete the labs themselves, or simply watch the video labs and use the measurements from the videos to complete the calculations and answer the questions on the recording sheet.
You can learn more here: Chemistry Lab Video Course
The labs in this course require lab equipment, including beakers, graduated cylinders, a digital mass scale, and other items. A list of lab supplies can be viewed below.
For your convenience, a custom lab kit is available from Home Science Tools. It can be found here (affiliate link*): KMS Science Chemistry Lab Kit
In addition, common household items (such as ammonia, vinegar, distilled water) are needed. A full list of household items required can be found below:
This is a digital course. No items will be shipped.
Upon purchase, the student has access to the material within the course for one year (366 days).
All sales on digital resources are final and nonrefundable. Please read the description carefully and email us with questions before purchasing.
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