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Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/12/10 Welcome to Chemistry I Hope you enjoy your visit l
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11/12/10 Important Information Name: Stephanie Mavilla Email: stephanie.mavilla@mycampus.u oit.ca Office Hours (rm 4220) - Tues: 3 – 4:30 Other Contact
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11/12/10
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11/12/10 Periodic Table of the Elements S Block F Block D Block P Block
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11/12/10 Periodic Table of the Elements Alkaline Earth Metals
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Periodic Table of the Halogens
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11/12/10 What Types of Properties Intensive Properties – Independent/dependent on sample size; Ex. Extensive Properties – Independent/dependent on sample size; Ex. Chemical Properties – Do/do not involve a
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11/12/10 SI Units Why are they important? Standard units Common chemistry units: Measurement SI Unit Mass Kg Length m Temperature K Amount mole
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11/12/10 Note about Temperature A variety of equations to remember (see lec notes) Temperature; 3 common units Important to remember conversion between K and C
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11/12/10 Scientific Notation Put the following into scientific notation: 1000 0.0001 1560 00 0.00001 56 230 0.023 7681 0.00768 1
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11/12/10 Accuracy Vs. Precision
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11/12/10 Errors in Measurement
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course CHEMISTRY CHEM1800 taught by Professor Krista during the Winter '10 term at UOIT.

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