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Chemical Reactions. Chemical formulas and Equations Rates of Chemical Reactions. Chemical Formulas and Equations. Physical Change Changes that only affect its physical properties like size, shape, or whether it is a solid, liquid or gas There is no change of material

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Chemical reactions

Chemical Reactions

Chemical formulas and Equations

Rates of Chemical Reactions

Chemical formulas and equations
Chemical Formulas and Equations

  • Physical Change

    • Changes that only affect its physical properties like size, shape, or whether it is a solid, liquid or gas

    • There is no change of material

    • You still have the same substance that you began with

    • Ie: crumple paper, cut up wood, changes of water from ice, to liquid to a gas

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Chemical Formulas and Equations

  • Chemical Change

  • A change that produces a new substance with properties different from those of the original substances

  • Things that show that a chemical reaction has occurred

    • Precipitate forms (when 2 liquids combine the new substance will drop out of not soluble)

    • Odor given off

    • Change of color

    • Temperature change

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Chemical Formulas and Equations

  • Chemical reaction occurs when a chemical change takes place

  • Anytime you have a new substance formed

  • Burning paper is a result of a chemical reaction

  • Folding paper is a result of a physical change because you still have paper, only change of shape

Chemical equations
Chemical Equations

  • Using chemical symbols of elements and chemical formula you can write a shorthand of a chemical reaction

  • The substances you begin with in a chemical reaction is called the reactants

  • The new substances that are formed is called the product

  • In a chemical reaction you can write the reactants and resulting products in a chemical equation using arrows (and is read as produces)

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Chemical Equations

  • Baking soda + vinegar gas + white solid

  • 2NaHCO3 + H4C2O2 2NaH3C2O2 + H2O + CO2

  • Sodium hydroxide plus Sulfuric acid produces sodium sulfate and water

    2NaOH + H2SO4 Na2SO4 + H2O

Conservation of mass
Conservation of Mass

  • Antoine Lavoisier: mass of the product must be the same as the mass of the reactants

  • Chemical equations must show that there is the same kind and number of atoms that you began with as was formed

  • Every atom that appears on the reactant side of the equation is found on the product side

Balancing equations
Balancing Equations

  • Chemical equations must show the conservation of mass by having same kind and same numbers of atoms on both side of a chemical reaction

  • Ag + H2S Ag2S + H2

  • (Silver tarnishes in presence of sulfur)

  • Notice that the number of atoms aren’t the same on both side

  • Need to count the atoms… you can’t change the formula but you can add a coefficient in front of the formula to balance equations

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Balancing Equations

  • Ag + H2S Ag2S + H2

  • Notice there is 2 Ag’s on product side and only one on reactant side…. Add a coefficient of 2 in front of reactant silver

  • 2Ag + H2S Ag2S + H2

  • 2 Ag’s, 2 H’s and 1 S

  • It is balanced

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Balancing Equations

  • Al + O2 Al2O3

  • Aluminum and oxygen produces aluminum oxide

  • Not balanced (can only change the coefficient)

  • 4Al + 3O2 2Al2SO3

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Balancing Equations

Energy in chemical reactions
Energy in Chemical Reactions

  • Energy released

  • Heat, light, sound or other energy is given off

  • When bonds break in a chemical reaction new bonds form in the products and energy is given off

  • Energy found on product side of chemical reaction

  • Called an exothermic reaction

  • 2H2 + O2 2H2O + energy

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Energy in Chemical Reactions

  • Energy is Absorbed

    • Energy is required to form new products

    • Can absorb light, sound, heat

    • Called an endothermic reaction

    • Energy is placed on the reactant side of equations

    • 2H2O + energy 2H2 + O2

    • Ice packs are example of endothermic reactions

Rates of chemical reaction
Rates of Chemical reaction

  • Activation Energy: starting a reaction

  • To start a chemical reaction a minimum amount of energy is required to begin the process

  • That energy required is its activation energy

    • For gasoline to burn energy needs to be introduced to begin the chemical reaction…. That energy (match) will begin the chemical process

Reaction rate
Reaction Rate

  • Rate refers to a change over time

  • Reaction rate refers to the speed at which chemical reactions takes place over time

  • Reactions rates in some industries is important because the faster the rate, the less the cost

  • Some faster reaction rates can hurt industries

    • Ripening fruit gives less time from field to markets

    • The slower the ripening rate increases the time it can be on shelves

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Reaction Rate

  • Temperature changes rate

    • Lowering the temperature slows down reaction rates

    • Meat in freezers, bacteria grows faster in higher temperatures, lower movement of molecules, less chance of causing chemical changes

  • Temperature affects Rate

    • Most chemical reactions speed up with increase in temperature because of faster moving molecules

    • Lowering temperature usually slows down reaction rate

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Reaction Rate

  • Concentration Affects Rate

  • Closer the reactant atoms and molecules to each other, the greater the chance of collisions between them and faster the reaction rate

  • Amount of substance present in a certain volume is called the concentration of that substance

  • Increasing the concentrations increases the number of particles of a substance per unit of volume

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Reaction Rate

  • Surface Area Affects Rate

  • If you increase the surface area you will increase its chance of reacting with other substances

    • Twigs broken up compared to logs to begin a fire

    • Crushing up materials into smaller pieces increases surface area

Slowing down reactions
Slowing down Reactions

  • Inhibitors slow down chemical reactions

    • Makes the process of chemical change longer

    • BHT on cereal packages slow down the spoilage of cereal and increase its shelf life

Speeding up reactions
Speeding up Reactions

  • Catalysts are substances that speed up a chemical reaction without entering into the chemical reactions

    • It produces the same amount of product faster

    • Catalytic Converters utilize metals (platinum) to produce CO2 and water , which is less harmful in cars fuel combustion.

  • Enzymes are catalysts that are large protein molecules that speed up reactions needed in cells to work properly

    • They help speed up conversion of food to fuel, build bone and muscle tissue, and converting energy by fitting structures together properly so that reactions can occur faster

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Speeding up Reactions

  • Proteases is a special type of enzyme that helps break down large protein molecules

    • Meat tenderizers

    • Contact lenses cleaning solutions breaks down protein from your eyes that collect on your lenses and cloud your view