2_C1 1_3 Pre-Lecture_Notes.pdf - Chapter 1 Matter and Energy Pre-Lecture for Wed Aug 22 2018 Main Goal to lay the foundation for our understanding of

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Chapter 1 Matter and Energy Pre-Lecture for Wed, Aug. 22, 2018Main Goal ±to lay the foundation for our understanding of the structure of the atom. This Chapter is the foundation for the entire semester of Chem110. It is imperativethat you understand this material. Start by reading e-book Chapter1 Lessons 1-3. Then review these pre-lecture notes carefully. Be sure to write down the required definitions (on the next page) as you do the reading. Use the Homework Guide (page 195 of your packet) to record the definitions. Class on Wed. will begin with a clicker question based on the material in these notes. The pre-lecture material will notbe explicitly covered in class. In-class activities will be Topics 1-4 found on pages 3-6 of the student packet so be sure to bring that with you. I will post a pdf of these activities in CANVAS for those who are not able to get a student packet in time. An additional set of administrative notes will be posted for today as well. Mary J. Bojan Chem 110 1 Required definitions: Chapter 1 Lessons 1-3 The words given below are ones you should know well by the time you complete the reading. As you come across the following words in your reading, use the built in glossary of the e-book to write down the definition of each word. As you continue to read, note the context in which these words are used and include this in writing along with the definition. Examples can be found in the HW Definitions document posted on the lecture notes page in Canvas Matter Elements, Compounds Chemical properties, Physical properties Extensive Properties, Intensive properties atoms Protons, Neutrons, electrons Isotope, atomic number Atomic Mass Unit (amu), isotopic mass, average atomic mass, molar mass, Mole, Avogadro’s number Mary J. Bojan Chem 110 2
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How to use the pre-lecture notes and prepare for lecture.Read the e-book assignment: Find and write the definitions for all required vocabulary. There is a consistent format to the pre-lecture notes Each one begins with the required vocabulary and learning objectives After those pages, main points are given in boxes with a gray background. This is typically the header at the top of each page. Details, data and supporting information is then included on the page. – Suggestion: Rewrite the main point of each page in your own words. Using the rest of the information on the page as necessary.
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