Read chapters 1-4 for discussion on Wednesday.
Back to Bonding…Let’s meet Tuesday morning to compare two common types of chemical bonds – ionic and covalent. We also need some volunteers to demonstrate experiments on chemistry of monsters and cyanotyping at the end of the week. Supplies are here and ready to go.
Ionic Bonds Tutorial – click “launch”
Here are some options for science research related to the skeletal system.
- fractures and repair
- bone cancer
- endoskeletons, exoskeletons
- cartilaginous skeletons
- skeletal disorders
- limb replacement
- joints and movement
- carpal and tarsal tunnel syndrome
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