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Science Independent Research: Chemical Reactions
Year 10 Science
Finding Resources in Oliver
Here are some books that you may find useful during your studies. Search the Bennies catalogue Oliver for more, or browse the Non-fiction collection NFS.
Chemical Reactions by Philip Wolny
Publication Date: 2011-01-15
Blood by Kara Rogers (Editor)
Publication Date: 2010-08-15
Although its ubiquity in the human body may make it seem unremarkable, simply put, blood makes life possible. It nourishes cells throughout the body and transports carbon dioxide to the lungs. Without it, the body would be unable to fight disease and infection or function at all. Readers are invited to follow the course of this extraordinary fluid as it circulates through the body and learn about its component parts. Detailed diagrams supplement the text and allow readers a glimpse into the anatomy and life-sustaining properties of human blood.
Thing explainer : complicated stuff in simple words by Munroe, Randall
Call Number: NFS 500 MUN
Publication Date: 2015
Global Warming by Kelly Knauer (Editor); Patricia Cadley (Editor); Ellen Fanning (Designed by); Time for Kids Magazine Staff
Publication Date: 2007-10-16
Planet Earth is heating up, and so is debate over why our climate is changing and what it means for the future of our energy sources, of our cities, of our children. This book explores the science of global warming in an illuminating way.
Metals by Baldwin, Carol
Call Number: NFS 546 BAL
Publication Date: 2004
Here's a list of examples of endothermic reactions. You can use these when asked to cite an example or to get ideas to set up a demonstration of an endothermic reaction or process.
Chemicals are in everything we see, and the reactions between them can look like anything from rust on a spoon to an explosion on your stovetop. But why do these reactions happen in the first place? Kareem Jarrah answers this question by examining the two underlying forces that drive both endothermic and exothermic chemical reactions: enthalpy and entropy.
Chemical Reactions in Action — explores student misconceptions about atoms, molecules, and chemical reactions and provides practical advice for pedagogical approaches.
If you are looking for examples of endothermic reactions in everyday life, this article has just what you are looking for. Here, we explain what these reactions are and present examples of the same.
Chemical Reaction- Chemical reaction, a process in which one or more substances, the reactants, are converted to one or more different substances, the products. Substances are either chemical elements or compounds. A chemical reaction rearranges the constituent atoms of the reactants to create different substances as products.
Chemical Reactions Chemical reactions occur when chemical bonds between atoms are formed or broken. The substances that go into a chemical reaction are called the reactants, and the substances produced at the end of the reaction are known as the products.