SABIC CHEM 101 Chapter 1

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Chemistry 101 Chapter 1 Chemical Founda5ons
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Why Study Chemistry? Chemistry: the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions. Chemistry is the central science and it plays an important role in almost every aspect of everyday life. Chemistry is all around us!!!
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Chemistry in our Everyday Lives
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Why Study Chemistry? Chemistry: the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions. Chemistry is the central science and it plays an important role in almost every aspect of everyday life. Chemistry is all around us!!! The central goal is to understand the physical and chemical properties of chemical substances to be able to: detect, identify, transform, synthesize them.
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Chemistry Analysis What is this? Modeling How do I explain it? Synthesis How do I make it? Three central goals
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Why Study Chemistry? Chemistry: the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions. Chemistry is the central science and it plays an important role in almost every aspect of everyday life. Chemistry is all around us!!! A main challenge of chemistry is to understand the connection between the macroscopic world that we experience and the microscopic world of atoms and molecules
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Macroscopic Microscopic Symbolic NaCl Three different perspectives You must learn to think on the atomic level
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Matter is composed of tiny particles called atoms. Atom: smallest part of an element that is still that element. Molecule: Two or more atoms joined and acting as a unit. H 2 O
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Matter is composed of tiny particles called atoms. Atom: smallest part of an element that is still that element. Molecule: Two or more atoms joined and acting as a unit.
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Chemical Reac<on A chemical reaction in when one substance changes to another by reorganizing the way the atoms are attached to each other. Understanding atoms and molecules and the reactions that they undergo is the central dogma of chemistry
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The Scien<fc Method Science is a framework for gaining and organizing knowledge. Science is a plan of action — a procedure for processing and understanding certain types of information. Scientists are always challenging our current beliefs about science, asking questions, and experimenting to gain new knowledge. In order to clearly and smoothly work in a scientific field we need a Scientific Method .
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By using the Scientific Method an orderly process of questioning, experimenting and analyzing to maintained which can be repeated until a consensus is reached. Accepted Fact
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