Unit 2 Introduction: Chemical Formulas and Equations Project

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Assignment is attached below as a screen shot. (.png)

Here is a link to the Textbook. https://intervisualtechnology.us/uploads/PDFs/Chem...

For the textbook pages 299 talk about Activity Series.

If possible complete assignment as a Microsoft Word Document.

Part A must be completed as a chart/table.

Part B Pg.299 of textbook talks about Activity Series

Part C When making the problem keep in mind that this is a 10th grade Chemistry Assignment. NOT college level. Keep everything to a 10th Grade level of knowledge.

Project Rubrics

Part A Excellent, Chart is correctly filled out, and each response is placed in the correct cell. Chemical formulas are written correctly and each present element is listed.

Part B Excellent, Student response is clear, coherent, and uses specific details to support the conclusion. Student shows a solid understanding of electron configurations and periodic trends. Complete sentences are used and there are very few spelling or grammatical errors.

Part C Excellent, Student correctly constructs sample problems. Sample problems are formatted correctly, and include step by step instructions about how to solve them. The solution to the problem is correct and clearly stated.

Must be in MLA format and works cited page required if you use any outside sources other than the Textbook

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Unit 2 Introduction: Chemical Formulas and Equations Project
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Stepius
School: University of Virginia

Hello buddy, I have received your work and already working on it. In case of any further clarifications you may wish to make, you are free. Otherwise, expect a great work
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Surname 1

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Instructor
Course
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Surname 2
Name

Elements present

formula

Sodium chloride

Sodium & Chlorine

NaCl

Potassium oxide

Potassium & oxygen

K2O

Potassium chloride

Potassium & Chlorine

KCl

Potassium fluoride

Potassium & Fluorine

KFl

Sodium oxide

Sodium & oxygen

Na2O

Sodium carbonate

Sodium & carbon & oxygen

Na2CO3

Potassium sulphide

Potassium & sulphur

K2S

Potassium hydroxide

Potassium & oxygen &

KOH

hydrogen
Sodium hydroxide

Sodium & oxygen &

NaOH

hydrogen

Part B
Most reactive metals are group one elements...

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awesome work thanks

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