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The Thermochemistry - Flinn's Exploring Chemistry Curriculum Package is a comprehensive set of activities introducing concepts of heat, temperature, and energy while allowing students to find examples of thermodynamics in their own lives.

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The only thing constant in life is change. This is certainly true in chemistry, where physical, chemical and energy changes are all interrelated. Fully explore these relationships with this comprehensive set of activities—two demonstrations, one experiment, and two POGIL™ activities. Students will learn the concepts of heat, temperature, and energy and build connections between these concepts and interesting applications in their daily lives. • The Specific Heat demonstration shows how different substances store heat energy, a unique concept for students. Analyzing the results will also introduce students to calorimetry and heat energy calculations. • The Calorimetry POGIL activity reinforces the logic behind these experiments and calculations. • Apply these skills using Discovering Instant Cold Packs, a guided-inquiry experiment. Students must design a procedure to determine the energy change that occurs when a “cold pack solid” dissolves in water. • The Whoosh Bottle is a powerful demonstration of the most important application of chemistry in society—the energy produced in combustion reactions. Optimized for Flinn safety and success! • The Bond Energy POGIL activity brings the lessons full-circle. Energy changes are related to chemical changes by the energy stored in chemical bonds. Includes chemicals, specialized materials, and complete instructions, as well as free online video resources, for three classes of 30 students working in pairs. Common laboratory equipment is required and available separately.