In this science lesson you start at the very beginning by building the foundational skills and basic knowledge needed when studying chemistry.
The atom is the smallest unit of matter; groups of atoms are organized onto the periodic table, which serves as an important reference document for scientists.
In this chemistry lesson, learn methods to show how electrons surround the nucleus of an atom: the Bohr Diagram, Electron Configurations, and Orbital Diagrams.
Why don’t oil and water mix? Because molecules of oil are different from molecules of water. In this science lesson learn how this is explained by VSEPR theory.
The periodic table is an essential tool when studying chemistry. In this science lesson discover the history of the periodic table, and learn how to read it.
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