Quiz 01 Outline CHEM 180 F2011

Quiz 01 Outline CHEM 180 F2011 - • Atoms ions and...

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Quiz #1 Outline CHEM 180 Ch. 1: All Sections The Scientific Method: Observation, Hypothesis, Experiment, Theory and Natural Laws Matter: Physical and Chemical properties; Atomic Composition Physical and Chemical changes States of matter (s, l, g) and Phase changes Classification of matter: Atom/element/compound/pure substance/mixture (hetero and homogeneous) Counting Significant Figures Rounding rules Scientific Notation Measurements and Units (SI vs. English); Metric System and Prefixes Temperature Scales and Conversions (provided) Density: Calculations and use as a conversion factor Significant Figures: Counting them and tracking in calculations Rounding rules Scientific Notation Dimensional Analysis and Unit Line Equation use in problem solving Using exact conversion factors (provided except for the Metric Prefixes)
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Unformatted text preview: • Atoms, ions and molecules as fundamental particles of matter. • Monatomic vs. Diatomic elements. Ch. 2: Sections 2–1, 2–2, 2–3, 2–4 and 2–6 only • Laws of Conservation of Mass, Constant Composition, Multiple Proportions • Daltons Atomic Theory • Atomic Discoveries: J.J. Thomson, Robert Millikan, Ernest Rutherford and James Chadwick • The Nuclear Atom and Subatomic particles: electrons, protons and neutrons • Atomic # (Z); Mass # (A); Counting # neutrons • Chemical elements and their symbols (Periodic Table provided!) • Isotopes and isotopic notation • Ions and ionic notation; Predicting ion charges from the Periodic Table • The Periodic Table: Groups and Families; Periods; States; Transition Elements, Representative Elements, Lanthanides and Actinides • Metals, nonmetals and metalloids...
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