test 1 review winter'11

test 1 review winter'11 - Test #1 Check off each...

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Atoms, Elements and Compounds Test #1 Check off each requirement as you complete your review. When you have completed your studying for this test you should be able to: a) distinguish between elements and compounds. How they are alike, how they are different. b) describe the characteristic physical and chemical properties of common elements and compounds such as copper, iron, water, table salt, polyethylene, diamond. c) distinguish between chemical change and physical change. d) use appropriate terminology related to elements and compounds such as boiling point, melting point, particle theory, pure substances, chemical properties, … e) understand and apply the particle theory. f) classify pure substances and mixtures. g) conduct appropriate chemical tests to identify oxygen gas, hydrogen gas, and carbon dioxide gas. g) assess the usefulness and hazards of common elements and compounds such as polyethylene, diamond, and road salt. Atoms, Elements and Compounds
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Unformatted text preview: Test #1 Check off each requirement as you complete your review. When you have completed your studying for this test you should be able to: a) distinguish between elements and compounds. How they are alike, how they are different. b) describe the characteristic physical and chemical properties of common elements and compounds such as copper, iron, water, table salt, polyethylene, diamond. c) distinguish between chemical change and physical change. d) use appropriate terminology related to elements and compounds such as boiling point, melting point, particle theory, pure substances, chemical properties, … e) understand and apply the particle theory. f) classify pure substances and mixtures. g) conduct appropriate chemical tests to identify oxygen gas, hydrogen gas, and carbon dioxide gas. g) assess the usefulness and hazards of common elements and compounds such as polyethylene, diamond, and road salt....
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