Lab: Metals and Oxidation
- Observe an oxidation-reduction reaction
I Use the properties of a reaction product to verify its identity
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Lab: Acids and Bases
- Undesstand the properties and reactions of acids and bases
- Relate these properties to common househoid products
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talking about acid-reux disorder.
the function is essential for the nerve and heart function.
what other ions interacts with it?
sodium, Nitrate, Cribrate, Bromide , Permanganetc, Hydroride interacts with it.
where is it found outside the body?
It is found necle
Exploratory Activity: Chromatography
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Journal: Probability Activity
Student Name: Peiwen Zhao
Directions: As you complete the activity, answer the following questions. Show your work for any
1. What happens? (2 points)
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Lab: Ionic and Covalent Bonds
I Understand the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.
e Connect ionic and covalent bonds with physicat properties of matter.
Sugar and salt loot: so similar that
measurement and Density
Purpose at this Lab
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- Demonstrate the use of stoichiometry to syi'tthesize a chemical
I Practim using lab techniques
. Find the limiting reagent. the theoretical yield. and the percent yield in a chemical
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Lab: Heat and Calorimetry
I Gain applicable knowledge about calories
e Compare the calorie content offoccl samptes
Most people are aware that feeds
contain calories, but what is a calorie? nut
Lab: Chemical Processes
Ir Understand the difference between endothermic end exothermic processes.
I Understand the concept of enthalpy.
If you've participated in sports, spent anytime
snowboarding. camping, or sh
Lab: Polar BONUS
I Compare and contrast the chemical bonding properties of slime and Sally Puttytl.
- Gain knowledge about polar and nonpolar molecules by supporting or rejecting
an experimental hypothesis.
- Learn about the
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OTPORNOST BILJAKA NA TETNIKE
izbor sorti kulturnih biljaka otpornih na tetnike vrlo perspektivna
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Boiling Points of 1-Hexanol, 2-Hexanone, 2Pentanone and 3-methyl-2-butanone
The following report dictates the boiling point of the referred molecules and its variables
that affect the boiling point. The definition of a boiling poin
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Assignment Cover Sheet
School of Science & Health
Unit name and
300803 Essential Chemistry 2
Tutorial day and time:
The framework of biological molecules consists predominantly of carbon atoms bonded to other
carbon atoms or to atoms of oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur, phosphorus, or hydrogen. Because carbon
atoms can form up to four covalent bonds, molecules containing carbo
September 26th, 2016
1. Sympathize- (v) feel or express sympathy; agree with a sentiment or opinion
2. Type 2 diabetes- long term metabolic disorder that is characterized by high
In conclusion, John Boynes The Boy in the Striped Pajamas depicts the thematic
importance of the alternation of ones perspective and judgment towards hatred. Through
this story readers were able to observe
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Unif Conversions - The Facfor Label Merhod (FLM)
wgs we measure in. For example, we can measure the lengrh of a pencil in inches: we could
pencil in ceniimefers. Inches <3: centimeters are fwo different kinds of units. Below is
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
Figure 1: Alternative design for the periodic table of the
ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTRA
When electrons absorb light of a specific frequency, they become excited and jump
(TRANSITION) to a higher energy level.
If we view a spectrum of light, it contains all the frequencies of visible light. An ABSORPTION
SPECTRUM has d
Substitution and Elimination Reactions
of Alkyl Halides
The polarity of a carbon-halogen bond leads to the
carbon having a partial positive charge
+ In alkyl halides this polarity causes the carbon to
Acids and Bases
In diatomic molecules a dipole exists if the two atoms are of
In more complicated molecules the molecular dipole is the sum of
the bond dipoles
Some molecules with very polar bonds will have no
Physical Chemistry II
MWF 11:40 - 12:30 am
Room 4-34, John R. Brodie Science Centre
Eric Bushnell, Ph.D.
Room 4-12, John R. Brodie Science Centre