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  • Questions 2,730
  • Vocabulary Terms 373
  • Performance Tasks 271
  • Instructional Videos 119

Test Standards

  1. (C.1.1 ) Pure vs. Mixture
  2. (C.1.2 ) Chemical and Physical Properties
  3. (C.1.3 ) Chemical Changes
  4. (C.1.4 ) Physical and Chemical Changes
  5. (C.1.5 ) States of Matter
  6. (C.1.6 ) Conservation of Mass
  7. (C.1.7) Density
  1. (C.2.1 ) Atomic Models
  2. (C.2.2 ) Subatomic Particles
  3. (C.2.3 ) Electron Configuration
  4. (C.2.4 ) Periodic Table
  5. (C.2.5 ) Nuclear Reactions
  6. (C.2.6 ) Nuclear Changes in Matter
  7. (C.2.7 ) Half-Life
  1. (C.3.1 ) Observable Characteristics
  2. (C.3.2 ) Ionic and Covalent Compounds
  3. (C.3.3 ) Structural Formulas and Molecular Shape
  4. (C.3.4 ) Chemical Formulas
  5. (C.3.5 ) Compare and Contrast Properties
  6. (C.3.6 ) Hydrocarbons
  1. (C.4.1 ) Types of Reactions
  2. (C.4.2 ) Predict Products
  3. (C.4.3 ) Balance Equations
  4. (C.4.4 ) Mole
  5. (C.4.5 ) Stoichiometry
  6. (C.4.6 ) Compound Composition
  7. (C.4.7 ) Empirical and Molecular Formula
  1. (C.5.1 ) Kinetic Molecular Theory
  2. (C.5.2 ) Ideal Gas
  3. (C.5.3 ) Gas Volume
  1. (C.6.1) Thermal Energy and Motion
  2. (C.6.2 ) Temperature and Heat Flow
  3. (C.6.3 ) Exothermic and Endothermic
  4. (C.6.4 ) Specific Heat and Phase Change Constants
  1. (C.7.1 ) Solutions
  2. (C.7.2 ) Solubility
  3. (C.7.3 ) Molarity
  1. (C.8.1 ) Acid or Base
  2. (C.8.2 ) Strength of Acids and Bases
  3. (C.8.3 ) pH and pOH
  1. (SEPS.1 ) Posing Questions (for Science) and Defining Problems (for Engineering)
  2. (SEPS.2) Developing and Using Models and Tools
  3. (SEPS.3 ) Constructing and Performing Investigations
  4. (SEPS.4 ) Analyzing and Interpreting Data
  5. (SEPS.5 ) Using Mathematics and Computational Thinking
  6. (SEPS.6 ) Constructing Explanations (for Science) and Designing Solutions (for Engineering)
  7. (SEPS.7 ) Engaging in Argument from Evidence
  8. (SEPS.8 ) Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information

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