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c161l1_09_02a - Chapter 1 Chapter Chemistry: Matter and...

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Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Chemistry: Matter and Measurement
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How we learn How we learn W Context Maps W Look for relationships W Analogies W Reasoning skills Best when we are wide awake Best learned over time
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The Scientific Method The Scientific Method W Chemistry is a science. W What is “science?” A systematic method of looking at the world around us
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The Method The Method W Observation - the raw data W Explanation - Hypothesis Occam’s Razor - the simplest explanation that accounts for all the data is the best Hypothesis must be a testable explanation. Prediction. W Testing - experimentation Control Positive control Positive control Negative control Negative control
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Other terms in Science Other terms in Science W Models Intentional oversimplification W Theory Broader than a hypothesis Has some experimental support W Law Broader still Some much support, it is taken as fact
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Scientific Language Scientific Language W Very dense language - every word in there for a reason W Words used very carefully W Symbols important We reuse symbols
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