Unit C.4 (Round 3)
Chemical Reactions in Our World

Why are oysters dying, and how can we use chemistry to protect them?

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Unit Resources and Lessons Documents

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Unit Resources

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How can we break down the problem so we can solve it?

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How can acidic water become less acidic again?

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How much NaOH would we need to add to make the water at an oyster hatchery safe for oysters?

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What criteria and constraints do we need to consider when designing solutions to help protect oysters?

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How can we apply our learning to other situations?

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Why does carbon dioxide make the ocean more acidic?

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How can we use what we have learned to help protect oysters?

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How does ocean acidification hurt oysters?

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How can we apply our science ideas to develop a solution to help protect oysters?

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What is happening to oysters?

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How does carbon dioxide get into the ocean?

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How can we figure out how much stuff we need to neutralize acid?

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How can we help oysters build shells quickly?

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How well do our different design solutions address our criteria and constraints?