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Periodic Table: Periodic Table.pdf
Differentiating Atoms.pdf


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Visualizing Electron Orbitals



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PowerPoints: The Chemistry of Life.ppt

Mrs. Rago's PowerPoint on 2-3: Chemistry of cells.ppt

How do I interpret the periodic table?!

QUIZ: Chemical Bonding
Nobel Prize: Linus Pauling








The Properties of Water.pdf
Water molecules are attracted to each other by hydrogen bonds.
Water molecules are attracted to each other by hydrogen bonds.


Amazing facts about water! :) How Stuff Works - Water

Penny Lab - Surface Tension.pdf
penny lab.pdf


Ionic bonds in sodium chloride, NaCl, are formed by the interaction between sodium ions, Na+, and chloride ions, Cl-.
Ionic bonds in sodium chloride, NaCl, are formed by the interaction between sodium ions, Na+, and chloride ions, Cl-.


Differentiating Chem Bonds.pdf



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Cohesion is an attraction between substances of the same kind.  Because of cohesion, water forms drops like those on the hood of this car.
Cohesion is an attraction between substances of the same kind. Because of cohesion, water forms drops like those on the hood of this car.





Polarity
Polarity



Mrs. Rago's PowerPoint: Acids-Bases pH.ppt

What is LITMUS PAPER? Click me!

Video review of pH scale: pH scale - How Stuff Works

pHLab.doc


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Chem of Acids and Bases.pdf
Compare and Contrast Acids and Bases.pdf


Glogster EDU Poster Directions.pdf
Org Cmpd Glogster Project
Organic Compound Notes Outline.pdf
Organic Compound Poster Project Checklist.pdf


Carbohydrates are organic compounds made of C, H, and O atoms in a ration of 1:2:1.
Carbohydrates are organic compounds made of C, H, and O atoms in a ration of 1:2:1.

facts_carbohydrates.pdf

Eating for your future? Overeating - ICK! (video)



FactsAboutTransFat.pdf
The Skinny on Fat (video) Types of Fats

Lipids are nonpolar molecules that are not soluble (or mostly insoluble) in water.
Lipids are nonpolar molecules that are not soluble (or mostly insoluble) in water.



Check out the "molecule of the month!" Protein Data Bank

Crunchy Proteins? Yum! (video)

A protein is usually a large molecule formed by amino acids.
A protein is usually a large molecule formed by amino acids.




Example of proteins
Example of proteins





Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA
Deoxyribonucleic acid, or DNA




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Adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, is another important biological molecule.  Cells need a steady supply of ATP to function.
Adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, is another important biological molecule. Cells need a steady supply of ATP to function.






The energy-releasing reaction (exothermic) is shown in BLUE.  The energy-absorbing reaction (endothermic) is shown in GREEN.  Note the activation energy required for each reaction.
The energy-releasing reaction (exothermic) is shown in BLUE. The energy-absorbing reaction (endothermic) is shown in GREEN. Note the activation energy required for each reaction.