Study guide for Chem 1A exam 1F16

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Chem1AF16B$ Study guide for Chem 1A exam 1 (Not exhaustive or binding) Chapter1: Describe the physical and chemical properties of matter Distinguish between atoms, molecules, and compounds Distinguish between physical and chemical changes Describe the possible kinds of mixtures Use density in calculations Describe the scientific method and define a law, a theory, and a hypothesis Describe SI and US measurements Use the unit-factor method to convert measurements Chapter 2: Learn how the charge and mass on the electron was determined (Millikan's oil drop experiment and Thomson's cathode ray experiment) Describe Rutherford’s experiment that discovered the atomic nucleus and the subsequent view of atomic structure Define isotope, atomic number, mass number Interpret and write symbols for protons, neutrons, electrons, nuclides, and identify nuclides from mass numbers and atomic numbers, and determine their charges from the number of electrons Learn how the periodic table is organized
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