Unit 7 - Chemical Reactions: Particles and Energy
1. Describe chemical changes in terms of rearranging
atoms to form new substances.
2. Recognize that the total
number of particles (sum of the coefficients) can change during a reaction because of differences in the bonding ratios of
3. Recognize that the total number of atoms
does not change during a reaction because every reactant atom must be included in a product molecule.
4. Learn to describe reactions in terms of macroscopic observations.
5. Learn to describe reactions in terms of microscopic behavior of atoms.
6. Learn to write balanced equations to represent these changes symbolically.
7. Explain that the coefficients in a chemical equation describe the quantities
individual atoms or molecules involved.
b. the moles of the substances involved.
basic patterns in the way substances react and learn to generalize them to other reactions students encounter.
• Synthesis reactions
• Decomposition reactions
• Single replacement reactions
• Double replacement (ionic) reactions
Unit 7 Documents
endo- and exothermic reactions in terms of storage or release of chemical potential energy.
Unit 7 Worksheet 2 Balancing Equations
Keeping Track of Energy During Chemical Change PowerPoint