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Chapter 1 What are the characteristics of living organisms? - what is science? Biology? - which sources are the most reliable/least reliable from a scientific standpoint? - which is the definition of a theory vs. hypothesis? - explain how the schientific method is utilized. - what are the levels in the organization of life? - Chapter 2 Describe the particles thar atoms are comprised of - what is an ion? - how is the atomic number of an element determined? - which elements are most important in humans and in the composition of the earth
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Unformatted text preview: -what is an isotope?-what makes an element radioactive?-if an atom has an atomic# of 4 13 27- how many electrons in the the outer shell? What are the difference between covalent, ionic, polar covalent, and hydrogen bonds?-what is a solution, solute, solvent?-what are the properties of water?- how can you tell the difference between an acid and a base?-what is pH? How does it affect organisms and your body?-...
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