Chapter 1 - Key Terms 1. Chemistry- the study of the composition, structure, properties, and changes of matter. The "Central Science" 2. Matter- anything that occupies space and has mass; the physical material of the universe 3. Elements- cannot be separa
Webquest: Dividing the Indivisible
Use the following web sites and other web sites of your choice to explore the discovery of the
electron, the nucleus, the proton, and the neutron. These discoveries happened over a 35year period and each discovery had a
Lab 5: Mixtures and Solutions
Concepts to explore:
Use physical properties to separate the components of a mix
Use laboratory techniques to separate the components of a
How does cereal containing a mixture of items re
late to r
Lab 10: Light Spectrum
Concepts to explore:
Learn the difference between continuous and line spectra
Determine the wavelength measurement of a red laser light.
Why do we see a beautiful rainbow paint the sky
just after it rains?
Measurement and Density
Your Name: _
Purpose of this Lab
What is the goal of this lab? What question are you trying to answer, or what problem are you
trying to explain?
After reading the lab instructions - but before starting the lab - record
Journal: Probability Activity
Student Name: Hyerin(Hailee) Sung
Directions: As you complete the activity, answer the following questions. Show your work for any
1. What happens? (2 points)
100 dots are mostly in third circle which has radi
Exploratory Activity: Chromatography
1. What observations did you notice after placing a few drops of water on the paper with the first
After placing a few drops of water on the paper with the first black marker, i saw the spread of
Journal: Seltzer in Water
1. What happens?
The bubbles came up and the colorless water became into yellow and the amount of
water increases 375ml to 400ml.
2. What does the final product look like?
The final product look like yellowish orange water and th
Journal: Tension Activity
1. What happens?
When I made an educated guess about how many water drops will fit on the penny
before water spills off the side, I guessed about 20 drops will fit on the penny with the
2. Sketch the side view of the
Journal: Super Heavy Elements
Directions: After doing some research, answer the following questions.
1. What is a heavy element?
A heavy element is an element with an atomic number greater than 92.
2. What is a super heavy element?
A super heavy element i
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Chapter 2 - Atoms, Molecules, and Ions
Common Student Misconceptions Students have problems with the concept of amu. Beginning students often do not see the difference between empirical and molecular formulas. Students think
0 of 1 points
A certain mass of carbon reacts with 13.6 g of oxygen to form carbon monoxide. _ grams of oxygen would react with that same mass of carbon to form carbon dioxide, according to the law of multiple proportions? Selec
The element zinc consists of five isotopes with masses 63.929, 65.926, 66.927, 67.925, and 69.925 amu. The relative abundances of these five isotopes are 48.89, 27.81, 4.110, 18.57, and 0.62 percent, respectively. From these data calculate the average ato
For over the last 100 years, radioactivity has been a major research field in science. It was first introduced to the world in 1896 by the French scientist Henri Becquerel. Hence, the SI unit for radiation, the Becquerel, is named after him today. He disc
In the following list, only _ is not an example of matter. Selected Answer: Correct Answer:
Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points What is the physical state in which matter has no specific shape but does have a specific volume? Selected Answer: Correct
Lecture 4 Wed 9/16
OWL: do the problems even if the first deadline
has passed. Ill reset to 9/20.
!I>clicker try out today.
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! Topics from Chapter 2.
!College of Natural Sciences cookout.