Teacher resources and professional development across the curriculum

Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum

Monthly Update sign up
Mailing List signup
Search
Follow The Annenberg Learner on LinkedIn Follow The Annenberg Learner on Facebook Follow Annenberg Learner on Twitter
MENU
Menu

Unit 11: The Metallic World—Electrochemistry and Coordination Compounds

Visuals (listed by section)

Rechargeable Batteries (Section 1)

View More

The Activity Series for Metals (Section 2)

View More

Oxidation of Magnesium (Section 3)

View More

A Solution of Potassium Permanganate (Section 3)

View More

Table of Standard Reduction Potentials  (Section 4)

View More

Reduction Potentials (Section 4)

View More

Batteries (Section 5)

View More

The Classic Galvanic Cell (Section 5)

View More

pH Meter (Section 6)

View More

9-Volt Battery (Section 6)

View More

Statue of Liberty (Section 7)

View More

Two Anodized Aluminum Carabiners (Section 7)

View More

Galvanized Nail (Section 7)

View More

The Structure of Cisplatin (Section 8)

View More

Copper(II) Sulfate Pentahydrate (Section 8)

View More

Ligand Field Splitting (Section 9)

View More

Coordination Complexes of Nickel (Section 9)

View More

A Color Wheel (Section 9)

View More

Hemoglobin (Section 10)

View More

EDTA (Section 10)

View More

Vitamin B9 (animation)

View More

Spontaneous vs Nonspontaneous Reactions (animation)

View More

Redox Explained (animation)

View More

Vitamin B12 (animation)

View More

How the battery works (animation)

View More

A Redox Reaction Using Copper and Zinc (animation)

View More

The Chemistry of Highlighting Hair (animation)

View More

© Annenberg Foundation 2014. All rights reserved. Legal Policy