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Where do atoms go?

C1 Chemistry GCSE OCR 21st Century
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Kelly Taylor

on 1 November 2012

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Transcript of Where do atoms go?

Where do atoms go? Key Words Conservation of Mass, Properties, Reactants, Products, Balancing Starter Matching Formulae to Visual Representations Card Sort Match the word equation to the chemical formula, visual representation and brief description. Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Learning Outcomes Match a formula of a compound to its visual representation. (Grade D)
Compare the properties of reactants and products in a given example (Grade C)
Describe that atoms are rearranged during chemical reactions. (Grade B) Compare the properties of reactants and products Sulphur + Oxygen Sulphur Dioxide Reactants Products Page 61 What about....

Carbon + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide Compare the properties of reactants and products Balancing equations and conservation of mass We are going to try balancing equations using sweets to help us visualise. The sweets are our model. HEALTH AND SAFETY Example
Methane + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide + Water
CH + O CO + H O 4 2 2 2 Example
Methane + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide + Water
CH + 2O CO + 2H O 4 2 2 2 Balancing equations and conservation of mass Complete Combustion:
Fuel + Oxygen Carbon Dioxide + Water Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Learning Intentions Be aware of where the atoms go in a chemical equation.
Understand how to use a model to aid in balancing equations. Plenary Learning Outcomes Match a formula of a compound to its visual representation. (Grade D)
Compare the properties of reactants and products in a given example (Grade C)
Describe that atoms are rearranged during chemical reactions. (Grade B) 2 Stars and a Wish Balancing equations and conservation of mass
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