14 April 2017
1A) The intensity scale defines the intensity of the shaking and damage an earthquake caused.
The magnitude scale measures the size of the earthquake.
1B) Six major consequences or hazards associated
24 March 2017
1A) The five agents of metamorphism are increased in temperature that causes composition
change, lithostatic pressure increases and equal in all directions caused by weight of overlying
Scientific method is used to figure out why naturals phenomenon occurs. Contains four
methods first the method starts with a question or problem, collect the data, list possible
3 March 2017
1.A. The four molten rocks are mafic, ultramafic, intermediate and felsic.
Introduction to A & P
The study of body structure
The study of body function
The study of the body without the aid of a microscope
The study of the changes in body structure from conception to old
BIO 1121 - Study Questions
1. Define anatomy and physiology and describe their relationship.
2. Name in order of increasing complexity the different levels of structural organization
that make up the human body explain the relationships
Chapter 14 Problems:
What is the pH of a 0.100 M solution of sodium acetate? Kb = 5.65 x 1010.
What is the pH of a 0.100 M solution of methyl ammonium chloride
(CH3NH3Cl). Ka of the methyl ammonium ion (CH3NH3+ = 2.70 x 1011
3. HF, hydrofluoric acid
Carbon ( C ) Black
Hydrogen ( H ) White
Oxygen ( O ) Red
Nitrogen ( N ) Blue
Phosphorus ( P ) Purple
Bonds Single 1 grey rod
Bonds Double 2 grey rods
Oxygen ( O2 )
Water ( H2O )
White Red White
Carbon Dioxide ( CO2)
Methane (CH4 )
Fossa: Depression / hollow
Process: Projection / Attachment point
Malleolus: Lengthened bony projection
Condyle / Tubercle / Tuberosity: Knob
Place bone so that it dips down in front
Lateral: flattened side
Medial: Blunt/Sternal en
The Harlem Renaissance:
Took place between 1917-1935.
The Great Migration played a key role in fueling the Harlem Renaissance.
The Great Migration was a mass exodus of black from rural areas to the
cities in the 1900s.
Harlem Globetrotters are a produ
Chemistry Worksheet : Molality, molarity and percent problems
A. Review :
1. What is the percent concentration (v/v) of a solution formed by dissolving 20.0 mL of acetone in
in 65 mL of ethanol?
2. How many grams of glucose are there in 500.0 mL a 25 % (g
Thermochemistry Practice Test 3:
1. A gas absorbs 0.0 J of heat and then performs 15.2 J of work. The change
in internal energy of the gas is
a) 24.8 J b) 14.8 J
none of these
c) 55.2 J
d) 15.2 J
2. Calculate the work for the expansion of CO2 from 1.0
Test Review 2:
1. The steel reaction vessel of a bomb calorimeter, which has a volume of
75.0mL, is charged with oxygen gas to a pressure of 14.5 atm at 220C.
Calculate the moles of oxygen in the reaction vessel.
2. Write the balanced formula, complete io
Practice Test #2:
1. Which should have the highest boiling point?
c.) Methylchloride, CH3Cl
d. ) Acetaldehyde, CH3CHO
e.) Acetonitrile, CH3CN ( highest dipole)
2. What intermolecular forces are presen
1. One type of electromagnetic radiation has a frequency of 107.1 MHz, another
type has a wavelength of 2.12x 10-10 m, and another type of electromagnetic
radiation has photons with energy equal to 3.97 x 10-19 J/photon. Identify
10. Calculate Hfor the reaction C4H4(g) + 2H2(g) C4H8(g), using the
following data: Hcombustion for C4H4(g) = 2341 kJ/mol
Hcombustion for H2(g) = 286 kJ/mol
Hcombustion for C4H8(g) = 2755 kJ/mol
a) 128 kJ
b) 158 kJ
c) 128 kJ
d) 158 kJ
It is important to n
1. Calculate the wavelength of light emitted when each of the following transitions
occur in the hydrogen atom? Identify what type of EM radiation each is.
(a) n = 4 n = 3
(b) n = 5 n = 4
(c) n = 5 n = 3
2. Assume that a hydrogen atom
Chemistry: pH and pOH calculations
Part 1: Fill in the missing information in the table below.
[ H3O1+ ]
[ OH1 ]
ACID or BASE?
3.89 x 104 M
4.88 x 106 M
8.45 x 1013 M
Part 2: For each of the problems below,
Chemistry Worksheet 2:
Br (aq) + MnO4(aq) Br2(l) + Mn2+(aq)
2. On the basis of the general solubility rules given in Table 4.1, predict which
substances are likely to be soluble in water. (Why?)
a. Zinc chloride
b. lead(II) nitrate
c. cobalt(III) sulfi
Test Review :
1. Write the balanced formula, complete ionic and net ionic equations for the
following acid-base reaction.
HNO3(aq) + Al(OH)3(s)_>
2. When the following solutions are mixed together, what precipitate (if any)