Writing Balanced Chemical Reactions

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What occurs in a chemical change that does not occur in a physical one?

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1. A balanced chemical equation is one where

2. Reactants are

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Chemical reactions explain how different forms of matter interact with each other. This quiz tests your understanding of chemical reactions and how to properly balance the equation used to measure them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The concepts and vocabulary terms you'll need to understand to the pass this quiz include:

  • Chemical vs. physical changes
  • Characteristics of a balanced chemical equation
  • Reactants
  • Photosynthesis products
  • The law that chemical reactions follow

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define primary vocabulary terms, such as 'reactants' and 'photosynthesis'
  • Making connections - understand chemical reactions and how they apply to mass
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to understand how to balance a chemical reaction equation

Additional Learning

To learn more about this topic, please refer the accompanying lesson called Writing Balanced Chemical Reactions. The objectives for this lesson include:

  • Understanding key terms and vocabulary related to chemical reactions
  • Applying the relevant law of thermodynamics to the concept of chemical reactions
  • Applying all of the above to the process of photosynthesis
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