Ch 11: FTCE Chemistry: Chemical Reactions

About This Chapter

Chemical reactions are a core of a solid chemistry class for your students. This section will review chemical reactions for your upcoming FTCE Chemistry exam.

FTCE Chemistry: Chemical Reactions - Chapter Summary

The Chemical Reactions section of this FTCE Chemistry course is designed to assist you in studying for the actual exam. The video lessons contained in this chapter will provide a thorough review of chemical reactions and chemical kinetics. These lessons and the self-assessment quizzes are given so you can review at your own pace before the testing day arrives. The Chemical Reactions chapter covers the following topics:

  • Rate of a chemical reaction
  • Collision theory
  • Activation energy and catalysts
  • Reaction mechanisms
  • Reaction rate and equilibrium constants

The timeline provided right below the video gives you easy access to any section you feel needs your extra attention as you take the steps necessary to teacher certification. If you are having trouble studying any of the content, our team of experts is available directly from the lesson with one simple click. They will be ready to answer any questions you have regarding chemical reactions.

FTCE Chemistry: Chemical Reactions Chapter Objectives

The Florida Teacher Certification Exam (FTCE) is given to certify teachers of chemistry in the state of Florida for grades six through twelve. The content involving chemical reactions is combined in a section with stoichiometry, and this collection amounts to twenty-one percent of the exam. Like all of the test, this section will consist entirely of multiple-choice questions.

5 Lessons in Chapter 11: FTCE Chemistry: Chemical Reactions
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Rate of a Chemical Reaction: Effect of Temperature

1. Rate of a Chemical Reaction: Effect of Temperature

Learn how temperature affects reaction rates. Discover the rate law as well as how the Arrhenius equation relates to the rate law and predicts the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction.

Collision Theory: Definition & Significance

2. Collision Theory: Definition & Significance

This lesson will define and explain collision theory and explore how it is related to chemical reactions and reaction rates. So if you've ever wondered how two particles combine to form a new product, read on!

Activation Energy and Catalysts

3. Activation Energy and Catalysts

Learn how to define activation energy and how it relates to a reaction's energy. Learn what an activated complex is and where it fits into an activation energy diagram. Discover how a catalyst works to change the activation energy of a reaction and what this means to metabolism in the body.

Reaction Mechanisms and The Rate Determining Step

4. Reaction Mechanisms and The Rate Determining Step

This lesson explores what a reaction mechanism is and how it relates to the speed of a reaction. You'll discover how to pinpoint the rate-determining step and learn how to write a rate law based on the rate-determining step.

Chemical Kinetics, Reaction Rate Constant & Equilibrium Constant

5. Chemical Kinetics, Reaction Rate Constant & Equilibrium Constant

Are formulas, rate constants, and chemical reactions getting you down? Don't worry, this lesson will explain how reaction rate and equilibrium constants are related to chemical reactions.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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