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For context: This unit is placed
immediately after our chemical bonding unit. Students have
learned about atoms, electrons and the periodic table. They just
finished the unit on chemical bonding so they know how to write
names and formulas for ionic and covalent compounds. This unit
focuses on covalent compounds and the forces between the
molecules. We will begin with learning how to draw simple
covalent Lewis structures...
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materials that are included in Unit 5. Note: Microsoft Word
files enable quick and easy editing so you can customize for
your students. The answer keys and videos explain the answers to
the original unedited assignments. Please note: As you can
see below, all ChemQuests, Skill Practice assignments, and
Reviews have complete answer keys and video explanations.
Occasionally, a few extra assignments and labs may not include
videos or keys.
**With this course, I include many
of the lab investigations
that I use with my students. The labs are very effective and
interesting, but they are in "draft" format and are not part of
what I sell. Rather, I'm giving them away for free as a bonus
when you purchase the course. You will see some of them in this
unit below. Some I have made up myself, others are
conglomerations from many colleagues I've networked with over
the years. I have not included every safety precaution necessary
and so each of the labs require certified chemistry teachers to
read and understand the directions and to be familiar with all
safety precautions necessary for handling each chemical.
Here, in the appropriate order, are
the materials for Unit 5: Intermolecular Forces.
PDF | Word | Answer Key Intermolecular
Forces and Polarity Test (26 multiple choice questions, 7
true/false questions, and 2 short answer questions)
**To maintain test security, the test is not part of the free preview.