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SCIENCE 10 (CHEMISTRY)

Instructor

romnick inducil

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Aila Marie Legaspi

Overview


at the end of the course:
1.learners investigate how gases behave in different conditions based on their knowledge in motion of and distances between gas particles
2. learners  then confirm  whether  their explanations are consistent with the Kinetic Molecular Theory. They also learn  the relationship  between volume, temperature, and pressure using established gas law.
3.learners  will learn more about these compounds that includes biomolecules, such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
4.leraners will learn that the rearrangement of particles happen when substances undergo chemical reaction.

Course content

  • Lesson 1.PROPERTIES OF GAS: KINETIC MOLECULAR THEORY by Romnick Inducil

  • Lesson 3:Charles Law by Mary Ann Lubangco

  • Lesson 2 :Boyle's Law by Czarisa May Sarmiento

  • Lesson 4:Gay-Lussacs Law by Rupee E. Aguilar

  • Lesson 5: Combined Gas Law by Romnick G. Inducil

  • Lesson 6:Avogadro's Law by Jonathan Cruz

  • Lesson 7: Dalton's Law of Partial Pressure by Ralph Apostol

  • Lesson 8: Ideal Gas Law by Andrew Jimenez

  • Lesson 9: Graham's Law of Effusion by Cristalline Galicia

  • Lesson 10: Evidences of Chemical Reaction by Ana Marie Tiemsin

  • Lesson 11: Writing ChemicalEquations by Joselito Mendoza

  • Lesson 12:Types of Chemical Reactions by Esperanza Salimbao

  • Lesson 13: Law of Conservation of Mass by Maurice Dean Pangilinan

  • Lesson 14: Balancing Chemical Reactions by Ervin Nolasco

  • Lesson 15: Collision theory of Rates of Chemical Reaction by Farrah M. Ramos

  • Lesson 16 FACTORS AFFECTING THE RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTION by Frelisa Ubaldo

  • Lesson 17: Carbohydrates by Rose Ann Anarcon

  • Lesson 18: Nucleic Acid by Marinel Calakhan

  • Lesson 19 Protein by Bryan Gabriel and Maricel Lubanco

  • Reading Food labels by Jinky and Cindy Cruz

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