Resources by Program of Studies
Chemistry 30 addresses numerous topics from the senior high school chemistry curriculum such as Thermochemical Changes; Electrochemical Changes; and Equilibrium, Acids and Bases in Chemical Changes. The resource presents videos from The World of Chemistry video series and interactive Gizmos licensed from ExploreLearning. It also includes several videos featuring chemistry experiments and laboratory demonstrations that are supplemented with lessons and extension activities.
Inquiry Into Chemistry This links to the McGraw-Hill Ryerson web resources for their new Chemistry text for 2007. You will find a Student Resource Centre and Teacher Resources.
Alberta Chemistry 30 Student Centre for Thomson Nelson with web links, interactive quizzes and review questions.
Chemistry Revealed - Grades 11-12 Chemistry Chemistry Revealed addresses numerous topics from the senior high school chemistry curriculum: Diversity of Matter; Chemical Reactions; Solutions; Gases; Stoichiometry; Chemical Bonding; Organic Chemistry; Acid-Base Chemistry; Thermodynamics; Equilibrium; Electrochemistry; and the Nature of Science. The resource presents videos from The World of Chemistry video series. It also includes several videos featuring chemistry experiments and laboratory demonstrations that are supplemented with lessons and extension activities. Search for "The World of Chemistry".
A concoction of chemistry resources, designed to assist students in Chemistry and AP Chemistry classes.
Energy Use and Abuse The Canadian Government, in its efforts to comply with the Kyoto Protocol, is asking for proposals on how Canada can best reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases to contribute to the reduction of global warming. As a chemical researcher you are assigned to the task of creating a workable proposal for the Canadian government to abide by the Kyoto Protocol. A Gallileo Project from Golden Hills S.D.
Chemistry Experiment Simulations Some of the animations are designed to be used by chemistry instructors in presentations. These do not have directions or other information. Other animations are designed for students to use on their own or in group-work. Some of the animations and simulations have guided-inquiry tutorials to accompany them. You can download the simulations to use in your classes.
Nelson Science Web Links Nelson Chemistry 11 and 12. Web Activities and Interactive Quizzes for the Ontario Edition of Chemistry 11.
Unit A: Thermochemical Changes
Thermochemistry Lab Exercises. Students will use 3 digital learning objects to investigate, molar enthalpy of reaction, molar enthalpy of solution and heat transfer of metals.
Molar Enthalpy of Reaction - test the calorimeter design and calorimetry procedure by verifying a widely accepted value for the molar enthalpy of a neutralization reaction.
Unit B: Electrochemical Changes
Voltaic Cells The purpose of this investigation is to demonstrate the design and operation of a voltaic cell used in scientific research.
Voltaic Cells The activities provided here will allow you to discuss active voltaic cells with your students and give them some practice on building spontaneous redox reactions.Calgary Academy Login
Electrolytic Cells The activities provided here will allow you to discuss active electrolytic cells with your students and give them some practice on building non-spontaneous redox reactions.
Redox Titrations Students will use a use a simulation to analyze three redox reactions.
Unit C: Chemical Changes of Organic Compounds
Unit D: Chemical Equilibrium Focusing on Acid-Base Systems
Titration of Vinegar Use a titration simulation to determine the molarity of acetic acid in vinegar.
pH Curves Use a titration simulation to create a pH curve for the titration of a strong acid with a strong base.
ScienceMan.com has a comprehensive chemistry links webpage covering most topics in Chemistry 20 and 30.