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When Jan 12 - Jan 14 Jan 14 - Jan 26 Jan 28 - Feb 4 Feb 9 - Feb 18 Mar 2 - Mar 11 Mar 16 Mar 18 - Mar 23 What Chm 1001 Review  (1-11) Fossil Fuel (12) Energy (13) Polymers (14) Biochem. (15) Nutrition (17) Toxicology (18)
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Theory Testable Reproducible Explanatory Predictive Replaceable Scientific Facts Boiling point of water Massive objects fall to earth Bats navigate by sonar Ice floats on water Scientific Laws Theories and facts eventually tend to suggest certain fundamental ways in which physical
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universe is organized. Law of gravity Law of conservation of energy
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Chemistry The study of matter and its changes. Scale (size): between physics and biochemistry. This course ambitious enough to include biochemistry. States of Matter solid liquid gas Pure Substances Separate particles all have same numbers and kinds of atoms and bonds between atoms. Can be elements or compounds.
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diamond, sugar, water, oxygen
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Mixtures milk, peanut butter, cement Elements Composed of only one kind of atom. Atoms can be alone (argon) or bonded together in pairs (oxygen), threes (ozone), fours (phosphorus), eights (sulfur), forties (C 40 ), sixties (C 60 ), or zillions (carbon as diamond). Compounds Composed of more than one kind of atom. Particles can be molecules, macromolecules, or macroscopic objects (rubber ball).
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carbon dioxide, water, quartz (crystalline silicon dioxide)
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2 H 2 + O 2 2 H 2 O H H H H O O + O H H O
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course CHEM 1002 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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