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Unformatted text preview: 7 , DRAFT ' I ‘ (Chap 1) Pagel 0,}on r Combining methane with oxygen/‘makes water. and carbon dioxide. GILL-1+ O2.. "9 HLO ‘l~ CQL CQWon moan mm: 010 rid-E: or aimms 5:? ng-l— $102 "—907 H10 -l~ C02 Properties: Chemical Properties depend on how substance reacts with other substances. Physical Properties depend only on the substance _ Phrfismgi Pro per‘tiss A§W Solid» x r ' , cs“) L33; 5‘ mmmgmwag I palms/K Pf?" ‘ Bales), Pe/ Maxwell es. Quays/W525 Cole“ 6 OLOF DRAFT ' I ‘ (Chap 1) Page 2 Phfisigi Promflm 8mm 34%.. HLO 8.? KEY: {317:9} MP; 0‘ c; (3; F) Cékoricss ‘ V Gab‘rlgss ' Oz 8?. < g3°cg CQZ, 6.9 < 33°C Won/L} Cgi propeffii ca C‘Hq (‘w Log/02‘ (give—h. " \L (clubs: \Awl: .7 KBOHQQS \QM (firm DRAFT . ' I ‘ (Chap 1) Page 3 >Qualitative data: non-numerical data (information) hear/Q: was rcxwtéQJ Piron Light >Quantitative data: numerical data E wq gm!” “W3, 3 02:5 Mom :9?- have bch >Hypothesis: educated guess \ " 6iM§lM rims macaw: 6W usle >Models: used to test an hypothesis ‘ consistent >Law: conclusion or explicit statement that has been found to be true for all caSes examined ‘Tldc Cowfifcm 6‘? {,2}qu Law/Oar? CO; ‘4“ R140 >Matter: sUbstance that occupies space and hasmass >Mass vs. Weight: Mass is the guantity of substance, whereas Weight is a measurement dependent on gravitation attraction. (Your mass on Earth is the same as your mass in outerspace) >Composition: Identity and amounts (qualitative and quantitative) of the components of matter ' >Macroscopic: Large enough to be seen and weighed by human >Microscopic: 80 small that a human eye cannot see and weighing is difficult (however,the human eye can see it with the aid of a micrbscope) "DRAFT , ‘ I (Chap 1)Page4 >Submicroscopic: So small that a human eye cannot see it even with the aid of a microscope < 400 h m. ‘ >Atom: the smallest representative particle of an element (more later) >Molecule: A combination of 2 or more atoms >Molecular Formulas: Indicates; the ratio of elements within a molecule ‘3‘ SSH, ‘14- i . Rfmuik’ébr Ail-fi- fifH “ff—3'0” C3 H30 "alligwd‘ >Stmcture: Indicates HOW the atoms of a molecule are arranged Q‘E'M’L‘fi >Bonds: Indicates HOW the atoms of a molecule are joined >Composition: Indicates the amounts of the components in a given substance >Chemical Equation: “Recipe” for a chemical reaction >Reactants: Starting substances in a chemical reaction >Products: Substances produced in a chemical reaction ...
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