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Correction to Sodium and Potassium Pump Video

For Students 10th - 12th
This is a short correction to the video detailing pumping 3 sodium ions and 2 potassium ions. There is also a letter from a professor giving information about the ratio of 3 to 2 ions and how the concentration gradient is actually the...
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Sodium Potassium Pump

For Students 10th - 12th
Building upon the previous video about structure, this resource lays the building blocks of how an action potential is generated and how a signal is transmitted from dendrites through the axon. The topics are quite detailed. Salman Khan...
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Sodium - Periodic Table of Videos

For Teachers 7th - 12th
Learn characteristics about the element sodium by viewing this presentation. A chunk of sodium metal is dropped into a pot of water to demonstrate its reaction. Have your chemistry charges view this in conjunction with other element...
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Sodium

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Sodium provides entertainment through art and explosives in a fiery video. It highlights the properties of the element as well as some applications. 
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Sodium Halide Reactions with Conc. H2SO4

For Students 6th - 12th Standards
What do you get when you combine precipitate reactions with puzzles? Maximize the engagement in a single replacement reactions lesson by incorporating fun puzzles. Chemistry scholars observe the reaction between several sodium halides...
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TV 411 What's Cooking? Salt

For Students 5th - 12th
Here is a recipe for a practical cross-curricular lesson! Cover unit conversions and ratios for math, the periodic table of elements for science, the difference between sodium and salt and its relation to high blood pressure for...
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The Ionic Bond

For Teachers 7th - 12th
An introduction to the noble gases shows how full electron shells on an atom makes an element unreactive. Your class will then develop an understanding of how sodium and chlorine react ideally because of their electron arrangement....
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Chemical Profile: Sodium and Chlorine

For Students 9th
Did you know that chlorine is one of the most produced chemicals in the United States and is the chief ingredient in the production of prosthetic limbs? Sodium and Chlorine are profiled in an article with paragraphs of background...
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The Sodium-Potassium Pump

For Students 9th - 12th
Pump it up! Learn how a special protein called the sodium-potassium pump allows certain molecules or ions to pass through a cell's plasma membrane. 
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Soul Food Junkies: Portions

For Students 6th - 8th Standards
Serve up a rate of percents. The Math at the Core resource investigates the percent of daily value of sodium and saturated fats in different foods. Pupils determine the number of serving sizes they eat of popular snack foods and...
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Neuron

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Neurons send electrical signals throughout a body based on chemical communication. Individuals stimulate a neuron to see the effects. They notice the sodium-potassium channels along with ions, concentrations, and a membrane potential...
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How Does Salt Melt Ice?

For Students 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Much like the ice on roadways, common sodium chloride has been melting away snow days for many a year! Explore the colligative property freezing point depression through an interesting video from the American Chemical Society Reactions...
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Spinning Sphere of Molten Sodium

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
Earth's magnetic field protects people from solar wind, radiation, and many other potentially catastrophic events. For reasons not yet understood, the magnetic field appears measurably weaker over the course of less than 200 years, a...
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How Do Nerves Work?

For Students 8th - 12th Standards
This lesson won't get on your nerves! Find out how one kind of cell can cause comfort, terror, or pain in your brain. Comic strip and cartoon style animation is used to help explain the transmission of electrical nerve impulses and the...
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The Nature of Salt

For Teachers 9th - 12th
Students record information from the periodic table for sodium and chloride. They determine whether salts are molecular or ionic compounds, along with sodium chloride's molecular weight, and relative weights
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Heat of Solution

For Students 9th
After combining sodium thiosulphate and water students are directed to measure and record the data, and energy changes. The second test uses calcium chloride and the conclusion gives directions to calculate the heat of the solutions....
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Chemistry Lab: Solubility Product Constant of Sodium Chloride

For Students 10th - Higher Ed
In this solubility product constant of sodium chloride worksheet, students gather the equipment needed and follow the procedures to determine the solubility product constant of a solute and demonstrate precipitation of a common ion to a...
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Properties of Soil

For Students 9th - 12th Standards
How do the different types of soil allow water to flow? Scholars compare flocculated and dispersed soils and their ability to move water through the soil. Silt, sand, and clay particles clump together and create large pores in the soil...
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Baby Diaper Secret

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Have investigators tear apart a fresh disposable diaper to examine the highly absorbent sodium polyacrylate ingredient. This is an absorbing activity for young chemists when studying the properties of polymers. They experience firsthand...
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Oozing Pumpkin

For Teachers 5th - 9th
Make a Halloween pumpkin foam at the mouth! Using hydrogen peroxide, toothpaste, and yeast, you can recreate this chemical reaction in your classroom. It can lead to a discussion of the way ingredients mix together to make a new...
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Baby Diaper Secret

For Teachers 6th - 12th
Have investigators tear apart a fresh disposable diaper to examine the highly absorbent sodium polyacrylate ingredient. This is an absorbing activity for young chemists when studying the properties of polymers. They experience firsthand...
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Oozing Pumpkin

For Teachers 5th - 9th
Make a Halloween pumpkin foam at the mouth! Using hydrogen peroxide, toothpaste, and yeast, you can recreate this chemical reaction in your classroom. It can lead to a discussion of the way ingredients mix together to make a new...
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Volumetric Analysis 1- To Make a Standard Solution of Sodium Carbonate

For Students 9th - 12th
In this volumetric analysis learning exercise, students prepare a standard solution of sodium carbonate by following the given directions. They later use the prepared solution in a laboratory practical.
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Observing Osmosis, Plasmolysis, and Turgor in Plant Cells

For Teachers 9th - Higher Ed Standards
Create the perfect conditions for osmosis. Young scholars use a microscope to observe plant cells exposed to distilled water or sodium chloride. They observe how osmosis creates turgid or plasmolyzed cells.

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