CHM115_SCB_Lecture3_SN0

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For next lectures… In your textbook, read: Sections 23.1- 23.9, pp. 1108-1137 focusing on nuclear chemistry Lecture 4: Section 23.1-23.3 Lecture 5: Section 23.4-23.6 Lecture 6: Sections 23.7-23.9 Be prepared to answer questions about this reading.
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This Week OWL Homework – due TODAY at 6 pm Reading Assignment Lab: Check in, Safety, Course Review Dress Appropriately ChemX Survey now available Safety Quiz – do before lab
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A Note About Learning Objectives Use them! Posted on Blackboard well before lectures These are what I want you to get from each lecture Test questions come from these
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Lecture 3: The “Power” Lecture or High School Review
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Question #1 Which is a unit of temperature? a. ampere (A) b. gram (g) c. joule (J) d. kelvin (K) e. mole (mol) f. second (s)
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Units of Measure The joule is not a fundamental unit. Joule is the energy unit. 1 J = 1 (kg*m 2) /s 2
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Question #2 Which is the largest unit of energy? a. J b. kJ c. mJ d. MJ e. nJ f. pJ
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Common Decimal Prefixes Used with SI Units
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Potential and Kinetic Energy Energy is stored in molecules. As stored energy it is potential energy.
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