HWB - Chapter 2: RQ 1,2,5,9,13,16 CE 2,5,11,16,22,39,40...

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Chapter 2: RQ 1,2,5,9,13,16 CE 2,5,11,16,22,39,40 RQ1. An example of macroscopic evidence is baking bread.  Since you are able to smell bread when it  is in the oven baking there has to be some kind of matter breaking off of the bread that you can  smell. RQ2. Brownian motion provides great evidence for atoms, since atoms are smaller than lightwaves then  are impossible to see with just a microscope alone, but small object move in erratic paths when  observed through a microscope providing evidence that there has to be something smaller that  light. RQ5. The wavelength of light is a lot bigger than atoms. RQ9. The periodic table of elements in arranged in such a way the elements are order by weight and  the elements that share many of the same properties are by each other. RQ13.
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HWB - Chapter 2: RQ 1,2,5,9,13,16 CE 2,5,11,16,22,39,40...

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