About C.O.R.E.
       CHAPTERS
  1-Introduction
  2-Phys. & Chem. Prop.
  3-Atomic Structure Pt.1
  4-Nuclear
  5-Moles, Molarity,
      Reaction Types
  6-Stoichiometry
  7-Gas Laws
  8-Atomic Structure Pt.2
  9-Bonding & Geometry
  10-Intermolecular Forces
  11-Thermochemistry
  12-Colligative Properties
  13-Thermodynamics
  14-Gas Phase, Solubility,
        Complex Ion Equilibria
  15-Kinetics
  16-Acid-Base Equilibria
  17-Electrochemistry












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Chapter Fifteen - Kinetics
Animations and Documents
Solid State Catalyst
This animation shows a solid state catalysis.

Catalytic Hydrogenation
This animation shows the solid state catalytic hydrogenation of an alkene.

Energy of Activation
This animation shows the change in the number of molecules with energy greater than the energy of activation as the temperature increases.

Enzyme Catalyst Model
This animation shows the basic function of an enzyme as a catalyst.

Molecular Collision and Ea
This animation shows the change in potential energy as two molecules collide.

Bromate-Iodide Clock Reaction Lab Document
This is the document for the bromate iodide rate law lab.

Crystal Violet Kinetics Lab Document
This is the document for the crystal violet rate law lab.

Videos
Addition of a Catalyst
This video shows the effect of Mn2+ on the rate of oxidation of oxalate ion with permanganate ion.


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  Potato Catalyzed H2O2 Decomposition
This video shows the decomposition of H2O2 using potatoes to demonstrate the effect of surface area on the rate of reaction.


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Dust Explosion
This video shows dust explosion of flour to demonstrate the effect of surface area on the rate of combustion.


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  KI Catalyzed H2O2 Decomposition
This video shows catalytic decomposition of H2O2 using KI.


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Glowsticks
This video shows the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction using a lightstick.


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  Gummy Bear Oxidation
This video shows rapid oxidation of a gummy bear with KClO3.


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