In this unit, students will be
introduced to points, lines, and
angles. Accuracy of measurement
will be explored, and the concept
of congruency will be introduced.
Students will also learn to apply
inductive and deducti
Ch. 3 - Atomic Structure
I. Subatomic Particles
O S IT IV E
E G A T I V E CHARGE
Atomic Theory Timeline Song
To the tune of the Alphabet Song
Daltons model was the Billiard Ball
Atoms are indivisible
Thomson used the Cathode Ray
Electrons are charged in a negative
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Ch. 1 - Matter
I. States of Matter (p.12)
Kinetic Molecular Theory
States of Matter
A. Kinetic Molecular Theory
Particles of matter are always in motion.
The kinetic energy (speed) of these particles increases as temperature increases.
B. Four St
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1. Define an acid and a base and give a few characteristics of each.
2. Why is it important for the syringe to be clean before using?
3. Why are air bubbles in the tip of the syringe a possible source of error in a titration
On September 23, 1999, instead of successfully establishing an orbit around Mars, NASAs
Mars Climate Orbiter crashed on the planets surface. This was a $125 million metric
mishap, in which output in the wrong units was used to decide when to fire the prob