Show all calculations and take not of significant figures.
1. Initial mass or copper 0.496 .
2. Color of solution clear light blue .
3. Color of solution after step 2
darker cloudy blue .
Color of solid a
Name: Antoinette Devlin
Lab 9: Heat of Reaction
The heat of reaction, the amount of heat that must be added or removed during a chemical
reaction to keep all of the substances present at the same temperature. If the pressure in
Name: Antoinette Devlin
Lab 4: Atomic Emission Spectra
Atomic emission spectra are created when atoms of an element have energy added to
them, in our case by heating with a Bunsen burner flame. The idea of an excited atom
Lab: Polar Bonds
Compare and contrast the chemical bonding properties of slime and Silly Putty.
Gain knowledge about polar and nonpolar molecules by supporting or rejecting
an experimental hypothesis.
Learn about the process of chromatography a
Lab: Molecular Models
Understand why molecules have a specific shape.
Construct a molecule using valence shell electron pair repulsion (VSEPR)
molecular modeling theory.
Lego building blocks are a snap-together
system that individu
WebQuest: Get to Know the Neighborhood
Explain the structure of the periodic table of the elements
Obtain information about the properties of elements based upon their positions in the
In the years following 1869,
Lab: Ionic and Covalent Bonds
Understand the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.
Connect ionic and covalent bonds with physical properties of matter.
Sugar and salt look so similar that
most people cannot tell them apart
WebQuest: Origins of Element Names
Currently, there are 118 known elements. These elements not only show a wide variety of
properties, but the stories of how they were discovered are wide-ranging, too.
1. Choose six elements that you would like to investi
Ions for your health:Four Ions that keeps you healthy:1. Calcium (Ca), It is found in the blood, urine and body fluids. The body stores 99% of
calcium in the bones and teeth to make them strong. Calcium could be bought from
Pharmacies as Calcium carbonate
Journal: Tension Activity
1. What happens?
The water spreads until it reaches the edge of the penny then after that it starts
forming a bubble in a shape of a dome.
2. Sketch the side view of the penny just before the liquid spills over.
First liquid (wat
Ionic compounds in action:-
1. Baking Soda (Sodium bicarbonate) NaHCO3, It is a salt composed of Sodium ions and
bicarbonate ions. It is sodium and bicarbonate. The "bi" has been used to show that
there has been twice as much carbon than sodium. The bicar
Journal: Practical Periodic Trends:1. A substitute element for Silicon (Si), Tin(Sn) could be a substitute for silicon since it
can conduct electricity at 100% efficiency at room temperature. The problems
would be that it has to be tested and retested in
Fluids and Elasticity I
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15.1 Fluids _ ? V F V P
1. An object has density p.
a. Suppose each of the objects three dimensions is increased by a factor of 2 Without changing
the material of which the object is made. Will the density chan
CHM 151, Exam #1 Content outline:
End of chap summary in black is from your book. Blue bulleted items are brief test requirement from the instructor.
Knowledge of the basic concepts (Sections 1-3)
SI units required with prefixes of Giga down to Nan
The Ideal Gas Law: Finding the Mass of a Molecule of Volatile Liquid
250 mL Erlemeyer flask
600 mL beaker
Ring stand with clamp to hold neck of Erlemeyer flask
Electric hot plate
Sample Exam #1
Multiple Choices: Choose the Best Answer for Each Question.
1. Which pair of symbols below represents isotopes?
a) 16 O, 16 N
b) H, He
c) 16 O, 17 O
d) 13 C, 14 N
e) He, He+
2. Which one of the following should be the most similar i
KEY CONTENTS OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY
I) Light is an electromagnetic wave.
c is speed of light, which is 3.00 108 m/s in vacuum.
Light has particle characteristics too.
Energy of light comes in quantized units photons.
Ephoton = h
(h is Plancks constant:
CHM 152AA Reading Assignment
Lecture A3 Kinetics rate, rate constant, & reaction orders
Before being this reading assignment take a minute to read through the summary for each section
(12.1, 12.1, & 12.3) found on page 698 of your textbook. Reading
Sherlock Holmes leaned back in his chair and
Have you dragged the basin of Trafalgar
Square fountain? he asked.
Why? What do you mean?
Because you have just as good a chance of finding
this lady in the one as in the other.
the quick. I understand that you have already managed
several delicate cases of this sort, sir, though I
presume that they were hardly from the same class
No, I am descending.
I beg pardon.
My last client of the sort was a king.
Oh, really! I
luxuries, my two visitors vanished away, like the
genii of the Arabian Nights, with no explanation
save that the things had been paid for and were
ordered to this address.
Just before nine oclock Sherlock Holmes
stepped briskly into the room. His features
by muttering that no sister of his should ever have
accepted such a situation.
The telegram which we eventually received
came late one night just as I was thinking of turning
in and Holmes was settling down to one of those
all-night chemical researches wh
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ACTIVITY 1: CHILL OUT: ORGANIC ANTIFREEZE
As a substance (solute) dissolves in another substance (solvent), it produces a mixture called a
solution. The relative amounts of solute and solvent can affect the physical properties of the
solution. For example
ECE103 Engineering Problem Solving and Design
Restoring and Improving Urban Infrastructure
First, use the EPA website (epa.gov) to define green infrastructure Stormwater best
management practices (BMPs). Determine which of these practi
How Much Gas
Chemical manufacturing facilities often have to consider the consequences of gas production
when running chemical reactions in bulk. When the pressure and temperature of the produced
gas are within the normal range
Chemistry Honors Spectroscopy Lab
Purpose:In this lab, we will study the interaction of different wavelengths (colors) of light with a solution
of chromium ion.
Experiment #1 Determining the wavelength of maximum absorption for a Cr3+ solution.
Chemistry I Honors Midterm Review
Multiple Choice: Be able to identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Which of the following measurements contains two signicant gures?
A. 0.004 00 L B. 0.004 04 L C. 0.000 44 L D.