02 Nature of Matter

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1 1 Question from Last Time How many goals are there for CHE 129, and what are they? A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 E) 5 Master chemistry content Build life-long learning skills Have everyone succeed 2 Strategy for Scoring the Goals: Effective Time on Task 8 – 12 hours minimum: Need a Schedule!!!! Skim reading assignment Take notes in large class session Complete notes: Do homework (OWL): Assess success with on-line quiz (LUCID). From memory, write summary of concepts and their use Complete & review workshop & CHE 130 activities Utilize: The Chemistry Learning Center In Closing
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2 3 Question from Reading Which one of the following statements is not correct, respond (E) if all are correct? A) Dimensional analysis involves using units in calculations to check for correctness. B) Water freezing is an example of a physical change. C) Air is a solution, which is a homogeneous mixture. D) Oxygen, O 2 , is both an element and a compound. E) All the above are correct statements. 4 Have you acquired? Chemistry: the Molecular Science by Moore et al ( 3 rd Edition, 2008 ) For large-class meeting Guided Explorations For CHE 130 Solving Real Problems with Chemistry ( 1 ST Edition, 2009 ) Enrollment capacity has been increased, everyone should be able to join 129 & 130. See Katherine Hughes in Chemistry Office for help. eInstruction Response Pad Register on Bb
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3 5 Guided Explorations 01-1 The Nature of Matter: What is that substance? Get to know who can help you. What do you think? Base your answers on what you know, your intuition, or your best guess. 6 What do you think? p. 1 1. Apply the terms element , compound , pure substance , or solution to each of the following: helium, table salt, blood, air, tea . ( 1 min) 2. Consistent with your classifications, describe what each of the terms means to you. ( 2 min)
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4 7 Exploration p. 3 Read the Information section, pp. 2-3 Answer the questions. In 5 minutes, I’ll ask you for the answer to either question #1 or #2. 8 Exploration, p. 3 1. How do chemists use the term substance in a way that differs from how substance is used in casual conversation? 2a. Which is a compound and which is a
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2009 for the course CHE 129/130 taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '09 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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