Hydrocarbons: The two different classes and their properties, uses and sources.
Examines the various forms of hydrocarbons: saturated (alkane) and unsaturated (alkene, alkyne).
Reviews the two basic classes of hydrocarbons and their properties, uses, and sources.
With this KWL Chart, reflect on your prior knowledge of a concept, come up with questions you're curious about, and come up with answers from the reading.
Learn how and why soap bubbles form, what determines their color, and why they resemble black holes.
Discover how dog poop can be "digested" to produce methane gas, which can be used for energy and to reduce greenhouse gases.
Discover the magic of polystyrene, the hydrocarbon polymer that makes Shrinky Dinks possible because it shrinks when heated.
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