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Chemical Changes in Materials - Chapter Summary
These lessons help you understand important chemical changes and how they affect different kinds of materials. Additionally, our instructors explain how to identify chemical reactions. You'll also learn about the process of oxidation, which is also called rusting, and some of the methods used to prevent it from happening. Once you complete this chapter, you will be ready to:
- Explain how to tell if a chemical change is happening
- Give examples of non-reversible chemical changes
- Describe the characteristics of bases and acids
Studying is fun with our short, kid-friendly lessons. You can access all of our learning tools on your computer, tablet or mobile phone at any time, 24 hours a day. Each lesson is followed by a multiple-choice quiz that you can use to test your understanding. If you need help with any of the topics, you're welcome to contact an instructor for more assistance.
1. Chemical Change Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples
In this lesson, you'll learn what a chemical change is and how to tell if one is happening. You'll be able to determine a chemical change through the presence of known chemical properties.
2. Chemical Reactions Lesson for Kids: Definition & Examples
This lesson will define and describe examples of how to identify chemical reactions, along with showing the difference between chemical and physical changes.
3. Non-reversible Chemical Changes: Lesson for Kids
Do you like science experiments? Well, many science experiments involve non-reversible chemical changes. Come and learn about what these are, as well as some real-life examples.
4. Oxidation Lesson for Kids: Process & Prevention
What do an apple that has turned brown and a rusty bike have in common? They have both been exposed to oxygen. This lesson describes the process of oxidation and some ways to prevent it.
5. Acids & Bases: Lesson for Kids
Think of some of your favorite liquids that you love to drink. Have you ever wondered what makes them taste tangy or sweet? This lesson focuses on acids and bases, how to identify them, and the characteristics they have.
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