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[CHM113] 113ch1over - CHM 113 Chapter 1 Matter and...

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CHM 113 Chapter 1 Matter and Measurement Dr. Ron Briggs
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I. The Study of Chemistry - Types of Chemistry - Why We Study Chemistry II. Classifications of Matter - Pure Substances and Mixtures - Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Mixtures - Elements and Compounds III. Properties of Matter - Changes Of State - Physical Transformations and Properties - Chemical Transformations and Properties IV. Units of Measurement - The SI System - Dimensional Analysis - Uncertainty in Measurement (covered in Discussion sections) Outline - CH. 1
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Lecture Quiz #1 1) In your own words, how would you define the subject of Chemistry? 2) According to your textbook, what is the definition of Chemistry? 3) Why in the world does somebody need to learn about chemistry, especially if they don’t plan on being a Chemist?
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What is Chemistry? Why in the world does somebody need to learn about chemistry, especially if they don’t plan on being a chemist? “Chemistry is at the root of not only all science, but also at the root of the world around you.
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