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Reading references are cited immediately after a topic in bold type as sections from Introduction to Chemistry Homework questions from Bauer are listed in the box immediately to the right of each major section. Chapter number outside the parenthesis, problem number inside the parenthesis. Note answers to odd numbered questions in appendix D in back of text Note that the sequence of topics often does not always follow the sequence in the text. 1(95, 97, 99, 102) 1(1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11-41 odd) 2(3, 5-10) 2(11-15, 17, 19-21, 23-29, 31- 41 odd, 42-51, 57, 59, 62, 63- 69 odd, 75-85 odd, 86, 89-91, 93-97, 101, 115 (calc %) S YLLABUS R EADING A SSIGNMENT CHM 1025 Introduction to Chemistry I. Fundamental Principles A. Scientific Philosophy, 1.4 B. The Act of Observation/Measurement, 1. Exponential or scientific notation, pg 35 2. Accuracy and Precision 3. Significant figures, pg 36 4. Units & Conversions, pg 39 II. Matter and Energy A. Definition of Chemistry B. Classes of Matter, 1.1 1. Pure Substances a) Elements, b) Compounds - Law of Constant Composition, 2. Mixtures a) Homogeneous b) Heterogeneous C. Phases or States of Matter - gas, liquid, solid,
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