Basics of Chem 1 Review

Basics of Chem 1 Review - Andrew Rosen Andrew Rosen...

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Andrew Rosen Andrew Rosen Chemistry: The study of the structure and properties and composition of matter, which matter undergoes, and the energy accompanying these changes. 6 Types: 1) Organic 2) Inorganic 3) Bio chem. 4) Nuclear 5) Physical chem. 6) Analytical Matter: Occupies space and has mass Energy: Capacity to do work Potential Energy: Stored energy Kinetic Energy: Energy in use/motion Law of Conservation of Energy/Matter: Energy can neither be created or destroyed, it can only change form Matter: A) Homogeneous Matter In 1 phase Even distribution of material throughout the sample 1) Homogeneous Mixture (Solution) Properties of materials vary You can separate the components physically Ex) Evaporation, Distillation 2) Pure Substance
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a) Elements Simplest form of matter Made up of one kind of atom Can’t be decomposed chemically I) Metals Luster Malleability (Strong Bonds) Ductile (Ability to draw into wire) Good conductors of heat/electricity
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Me during the Spring '11 term at Bellarmine.

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