CHEM 110: Exam 2 Study Guide
Chapter 3: ATOMS AND ELEMENTS
Subatomic particles
Metals, nonmetals, and semimetals
Names and symbols of the elements
- Know the names and symbols of the first 20
elements on Periodic Table!
Know the physical state of each
CHAPTER 12: The Liquids and Solids Around Us:
Especially Water
Problems: 3-13, 29, 31, 34 (a, d only), 35 (a, b only), 38-41, 44-45
4.5 FORMULA MASS AND MOLAR MASS OF COMPOUNDS
AVOGADRO'S NUMBER (NA)= 6.0221023 (4 sig figs)
How big is this?
If 6.021023 hy
CHAPTER 1: MOLECULAR REASONS
Problems: 1, 4-7, 9, 11-15, 17-19, 21-33 (odd only), 39-45 (odd only)
1.2 MOLECULAR REASONS
All that is happening around you has a molecular cause.
Everything we observe with the naked eye is due to the properties and interac
Chapter 1 Introduction
1.1 Basic Definitions and Concepts
Learning Objective: 1. To learn the basic definitions used in statistics and some of its key
concepts.
Definition: A population is any specific collection of objects of interest. A sample is any
su
Chapter 2 Descriptive Statistics
2.1 Three Popular Data Displays
Learning Objective:
1. To learn to interpret the meaning of three graphical representations of sets of data: stem and
leaf diagrams, frequency histograms, and relative frequency histograms.
Chapter 6 Sampling Distribution
6.1 The Mean and Standard Deviation of the Sample Mean
Learning Objective:
1. To become familiar with the concept of the probability distribution of the sample mean.
2. To understand the meaning of the formulas for the mean
Chapter 4 Discrete Random Variables
4.1 Random Variables
Learning Objective:
1. To learn the concept of a random variable.
Definition: A random variable is a numerical quantity that is generated by a random
experiment.
2. To learn the distinction between
Chapter 8 Testing Hypotheses
8.1 The Elements of Hypothesis Testing
Learning Objective:
1. To understand the logical framework of tests of hypotheses.
Definition: The null hypothesis, denoted H0, is the statement about the population
parameter that is ass
Chapter 3 Basic Concepts of Probability
3.1 Sample Spaces, Events, and Their Probabilities
Learning Objective:
1. To learn the concept of the sample space associated with a random experiment.
Definition: A random experiment is a mechanism that produces a
Chapter 7 Estimation
7.1 Large Sample Estimation of a Population Mean
Learning Objective:
1. To become familiar with the concept of an interval estimate of the population mean.
2. To understand how to apply formulas for a confidence interval for a populat
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Homework-1
Due: Monday Octover-3rd
Chem-110
1. What is the difference between an element and a compound? Give two examples for each.
2. To the best of your knowledge, classify each of the following as an element, a compound, or a
mixture. If it is a
Chapter 5
5.1 Continuous Random Variables
Learning Objective:
1. To learn the concept of the probability distribution of a continuous random variable, and how
it is used to compute probabilities.
Definition: The probability distribution of a continuous ra
Chapter 7 Introduction to linear regression
7.1. Line Fitting, Residuals, And correlation
7.1.1 Beginning with straight lines
We only consider models based on straight lines in this chapter.
7.1.2 Fitting a line by eye
A hat on y is used to signify that t
CHEM 110 Individual Project
The goal of the individual project is to apply the scientific method, measurements, and other
principles learned in this course to a real-life question. This project has several stages which will
be evaluated individually.
Stag
CHAPTER 7: LIGHT AND COLOR
Problems: 1-11, 23-36, 39, 41-42
7.3 THE ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
The Electromagnetic Spectrum shows the different forms of electromagnetic radiation, with
cosmic and gamma rays having the highest frequency and the highest energ
CHEM 110: Exam 1 Study Guide
Chapter 1
Scientific method
- Know the definitions for hypothesis,
theory, and natural law.
Know the goals of alchemy and its
contributions to science.
Be able to identify properties and
changes as physical or chemical
- Kn
CHEM 110: Exam 3 Name:
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(34) 1. For each the following, indicate whether it is an ionic compound (I) or a molecul
CHEM 110: Exam 3 Study Guide
Chapter 5
core electrons: innermost electrons in
filled electron shells (correspond to the
electrons up to the Noble gas in the row
above the element)
valence electrons: outermost electrons
- For Representative Elements, gro
CHEM 110: Final Exam Study Guide
Chapter 1
Scientific method
- Know the definitions for hypothesis, theory,
and natural law.
Know the main points of John Daltons Model.
Law of Conservation of Mass
- Solve problems conserving mass.
- Recognize Lavoisier
CHEM 110: Chemical Concepts
Lecture: WThF 9:30-10:45am (in SAM 205); Lab: Monday 9:00-10:45am (usually in SAM 403)
I.
General Information
Instructor:
Office:
Phone:
Email:
Web site:
Office Hours:
Marie Villarba, Ph.D.
SAM-420
(206) 587-4130 (You may leave
CHAPTER 4: MOLECULES, COMPOUNDS, AND CHEMICAL
REACTIONS (Part I)
Problems: 1-8, 17-20
4.1 MOLECULES CAUSE THE BEHAVIOR OF MATTER
Matter behaves the way it does because it is made up of molecules or particles that behave
that way.
The Structure and Propert
CHAPTER 3: ATOMS AND ELEMENTS
Problems: 3, 5-8, 10-13, 15-34, 39-46
3.2 PROTONS DETERMINE THE ELEMENT
Atoms are made up of subatomic particles:
electron (e): a negatively charged subatomic particle (charge = 1)
proton (p+): a positively charged subatomic
CHAPTER 2: THE CHEMISTS TOOLBOX
Problems: 7-14, 15-29 (odd only), 31-34, 37-41 (odd only), 44, 48
2.2 MEASUREMENT
measurement: a number with attached units
To measure, one uses instruments = tools such as a ruler, balance, etc.
All instruments have one th
CHAPTER 5: CHEMICAL BONDING
Problems: 1-18, 21-34, 43-44
5.1 FROM POISON TO SEASONING
Sodium is a shiny metal that is equally reactive and toxic.
It is so reactive, that it explodes violently when dropped in water.
Chlorine (Cl2) is a pale yellow gas tha
Final Project
Title: Performance-Enhancing Drugs' effects on human body
1- Introduction:
In order to survive in the extremely competitive sports leagues, Performance-Enhancing
Drugs (PEDS) have been commonly used by the athletes to improve their performan