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Chem 1 Ch 1 - P 29 – nice chart Chem 1 Ch 2 Law of...

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Chem 1 Ch 1 Units of measurement: Mass, length, temperature (temp in 1.7) Mass vs. Weight Prefixes in the SI system Converting (in text toward end of chapter) How to READ non-digital instruments Who needs Significant Figures or Significant Digits? Precision – all results are close to each other Accuracy – result is close to “actual” answer Random error vs systematic error What is a sig fig? Sig Figs in x and / # Digits in + and – Density Phases or states Pure Substance or a Mixture or a Solution (a homogeneous mixture)? Physical change vs chemical change Separating mixtures by physical processes: distillation, filtration, chromatography Breaking apart compounds into elements by chemical processes Pure substance: element or compound?
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Unformatted text preview: P 29 – nice chart Chem 1 Ch 2 Law of Conservation of Mass Law of Definite Proportion Law of Multiple Proportions Dalton’s Atomic Theory Avogadro’s Hypothesis – equal volumes of gas have the same # of particles Electron, Proton, Neutron mass, location, charge Atomic Mass and Atomic Weights, isotopes Mass number, atomic number Bonding – covalent is electron sharing and ionic is transfer of electrons and there is gray Molecules vs ionic lattices Periodic Table, metals, nonmetals, alkalis alkali earths, halogens, noble gases, transition metals, post-transition metals, representative elements Naming covalent, ionic, acids, and simple organics...
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