- Students time how long it takes for a reaction (iodine-stop-clock reaction) to reach completion when changing variables such as concentration, temperature, and the presence of a catalyst.
Students build models using drawing embedded in the Google doc to support explanations of why the reaction sped up or slowed down in different circumstances.
- Science, Chemistry
- High School
- Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12
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- Tracy Poulsen
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