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Chemistry II - Mixtures and Solutions

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General Discussion

There is a general discussion forum for Mr. Young's students.  You can use this forum to post questions for your fellow classmates and also look at historical discussion of similar topics.  

Chemistry I Forum

Chemistry II HAIKU Page Discussion Forum 




Instructional Materials

The learning resources for this unit are organized in one place on this page.  Here you can find guidelines to make up missed work (or to work ahead), a description of upcoming assessments, powerpoints used in class, etc.


Quick Links

Unit 2 Resource Folder 

Mr. Young's Scientific Skill Toolbox

Chemistry II Haiku Page



Support for Learning 


1 - Pure Substances vs Mixtures

    • Resource 1 (ausetute.com) - a quick summary on how to distinguish between a pure substance and a mixture.  The summary includes some good basics on solutions and a brief summary of separation techniques for mixtures.
    • Resource 2 (bbc bitezsize) - great stuff (animated tutorials) on separation techniques




Resources used in Class

Concentration Applet 


Molarity Applet 


Dissolving Animation


Link to animation web page


Beer's Law Applet 


Strong vs Weak : Acids and Bases 














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