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Lecture 1 Review: Everything Essential is on-line: Blackboard.cornell.edu Piazza.com   (please sign up!) Email:   chem2070@cornell.edu Labs, discussions, office hours:  Start this week! If you don’t show up for lab this week you lose your place in the lab (and in the  course!). Homework #1—Due Friday! Speaking of Academic Integrity: If it’s not yours, don’t hand it in.  If we can tell who you worked with, it’s  no one’s work.
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Lecture 2:  Chem2070 Figure 2.5 States of Matter
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Figure 2.7:  Another classification: Is it homogeneous (single  substance) or a mixture? For the moment, we don’t care; we need to understand a more  fundamental level.
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“sealed” environment,  mass is  conserved .   Whether we burn  phosphorous, or mercury; wood, or  hydrogen. But volume is not. 
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