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Ch 16: NYSTCE Chemistry: Chemicals & the Environment

About This Chapter

Take a deeper look into the relationship between chemicals and the environment by reviewing this chapter. If you review it completely, you will be better prepared for the NYSTCE Chemistry exam.

NYSTCE Chemistry: Chemicals & the Environment - Chapter Summary

Discovering helpful details about chemicals and their properties is easy when you go through the lessons in this chapter. They are geared towards helping you learn more about:

  • Household and industrial chemicals
  • Chemical processes that can harm the environment
  • Relationship between chemicals and aquatic and terrestrial environments
  • Reversing and preventing environmental damage

After gathering different environmental and chemical-related information, see how much you truly remember by using our self-assessment quizzes. They will help you determine if you are ready for the exam.

NYSTCE Chemistry: Chemicals & the Environment Chapter Objectives

The NYSTCE Chemistry exam is designed to assess your knowledge of different chemistry-related principles and theories. Passing this exam is one of the requirements for certification as a New York State teacher. All of the material discussed in this chapter is part of the subarea 6 portion, which makes up 10% of the entire exam. You will have to answer multiple-choice questions, which will have you analyze the relationship between chemicals and the environment.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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