Chapter 1 Notes

Chapter 1 Notes - Chemistry 1A - Foothill College Matter...

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Chemistry 1A - Foothill College R.S. Daley - All rights reserved 1 Matter and Measurement 1 Daley/Larson Matter and Measurement •Recognize elements, atoms, compounds and molecules. •Identify physical and chemical properties and changes. •Apply the kinetic molecular theory to the properties of matter. •Use metric units and significant figures properly. Matter and Measurement 2 Daley/Larson Matter Clas ifying Mat er Heterogeneous Matter Not uniform throughout Solutions Uniform but variable composition Elements Cannot be divided into simpler substances Ionic (salts) Covalent (molecules) Compounds Elements united in fixed ratios Pure Substance Fixed composition Cannot be further purified Homogeneous Matter Uniform throughout Matter Occupies Space Solutions are homogeneous Molecules of antifreeze Sand and dirt is heterogeneous Matter and Measurement 3 Daley/Larson Elements and Compounds • Elements combine chemically to form compounds • Compounds can be either ionic (salts) or covalent (molecules).
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course CHEM 1A taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '07 term at Foothill College.

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