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Sunday, May 26, 2013
CHEMISTRY: Basic Principles 2
This interactive training unit is designed to familiarize trainees with the principles of chemical reactions, material balancing, and organic chemistry. After completing this unit, trainees should be able to use a chemical equation to explain what occurs during a chemical reaction, and how combustion reactions, replacement reactions, and neutralization occur. Trainees should also be able to define material balancing, and describe the basic steps involved in balancing the materials represented in a simple equation. In addition, trainees should be able to explain what organic chemistry is and how some organic chemicals are named.
Identify three common types of chemical reactions.
Define: chemical equation and chemical reaction.
Use a chemical equation to explain what occurs during a simple chemical reaction.
Define endothermic and exothermic in terms of their application to chemical reactions.
Explain how a combustion reaction, replacement reaction, and neutralization reaction occur.
Explain how the acidity or alkalinity of a liquid is measured.
Explain the meaning of material balancing.
Identify the steps involved in balancing the materials represented in a simple equation.
Given the actual weight of one material in a reaction, use the relative weights of the atoms in the reaction to determine the actual weights of the other materials involved.
Define organic chemistry.
Explain how some organic chemicals are named.
- Chemical Equations
- Combustion Reactions
- Replacement and Neutralization Reactions
- Steps in Material Balancing
- Relative and Actual Weights
- Basis of Organic Chemistry
- Naming Organic Chemicals
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