Chemistry Skills Practice Problems
This Widener University site provides students the opportunity to practice many of the skills required for high school & introductory college chemistry classes. Students select a topic, click on a problem, type in their answer and get immediate feedback; after three wrong attempts the correct answer is displayed. The student can keep clicking to access different versions of the same type of problem. A "scoreboard" is displayed so a teacher can look at a student's computer screen and see, at a glance, how they are doing. It is organized by chapters and very easy to search specifically from "Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity" by Kotz and Treichel. Topics range from simple significant figure counting, density-mass-volume calculations, temperature conversions to more challenging kinetics, equilibrium and redox problems. Bill Struck from Williamston High School has found it very useful for both in class as well as independent practice.
Posted June 13, 2016 at 8:43 AM