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Lesson #1 covers chapter 1 in your text.
Due this week:
This week there are two assignments to submit.
1. Syllabus Acknowledgement: Make sure you submit this assignment by the due
date. Failure to do so could result in
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of the following:
A compound can be formed via chemical
bonding between 2 or more atoms either they are
Chapter 2: Measurements
Our everyday life involves with lots of
numbers from time, weight, height.and
Any number is started from a specific
measurement from which an associated unit is
For instance: if a number is measured by time,
Chapter 3: Matter and Energy
Definition: Matter is anything that has mass and take
up space. Matter exists in three physical states: gas,
liquid, and solid, which are called states of matter. A
summary of matter classification is in the diagram
ATOMS and ELEMENTS
Elements in the periodic table
1. Elements are arranged in order of increasing
atomic number across the periodic table
Each horizontal row of elements represents a
There are seven periods on the table
Formulas and Tables
Midterm and Final Exams
Students may use this packet and a non-programmable
scientific calculator during the test.
This packet includes:
1. A Periodic Table
2. An Ion Table
3. A Table of Geometries
Lab 2: Measurements
Now everybody is familiar with the safety procedures, we can
start doing some fun things with measurements and report
experimental data, as you are a research scientist.
The focus points of this week lab are:
A. For Addition or Subtraction Problems
63.25g + 194.6g
125cm - 96.1cm
The final answer must have the same number of decimal places as the original with the
least decimal places.
63.25 g (2 dec.pl) + 194.6 g (1 dec.pl)=257.85g
The final answer =
Body Composition, Health
Determining risk factors associated
with weight & body fatand
what to do about them!
Anthropometry: measurement of body size, weight, and
CHM 130 Lecture 13 Homework #10 Name: I Q J
1. Identify the solute, solvent and solution for antifreeze which contains ethylene glycol and
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1. A scuba diver with a lung capacity of 5.2L inhales a lungful of air at the depth of 45m and a
pressure of 5.5 atm. If the diver were to ascend to the surface where the pressur
Covering Lecture 13 Quiz #10
Calculate the molarity of NaOH when 42.6g of NaOH is dissolved in 1.58L of solution.
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Determine the volume leSOj?) NaOH solution required to neutralize 175 mL of 0.885 M HCI
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temperature of 315 K?
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A sample of an unknown gas has a mass of 0.555g.
CHM 130 Covering Lecture 12 Quiz #9 Name:
1. Draw a diagram of hydrogen bonding in three water molecules.
Hint: One water molecule looks like this
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2. Which has a higher Boiling point?
Covering Lecture: 3 and 4
CHM 130 Lecture Quiz #2
1. How many neutrons are in the U2289 atom?
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2. What Is the final temperature ofthe water if2156J are used to heat 12. 3 g of waterfrom room
temperature( 25C )@The heat capacity of
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For each problem:
a. Write the balanced chemical equation.
b. Identify the given (with units) and what you want to nd (with units).
6. Use coefcients from balanced equation to determine mole ratio.
d. Show set up.
CHM 130 Lecture Quiz #4
Covering Lecture: 6 Name:
1. How many mercury (Hg) atoms in 5.9 moles of Hg?
of tin (Sn) in a pure tin cup having a mass of 4'23g?
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a g 4. How many grams of chlorine in 55g of CF2C|2?
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CHM 130 Lecture Quiz #:-
Covering Lecture: 1 and 2 Name: 448"?
1. How many significant figures in the following numbers?
a. 0.0008690 L7?
b. 1.070 x 103 44
2. Calculate the following to the correct significant figures:
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CHM 130 Covering Lecture 9 Quiz #6
1. Write the electron configuration for Ti.
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CHM 130 Lecture Quiz #3
Covering Lecture: 5
True/False: An ionic compound contains a nonmetal - nonmetal bond.
What is the chemical formula for iron(|ll)sulfide?
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Which hasthe shortest wavelength? (Circleto correct answer)
List the 3 types of electromagnetic radiation (visible, infrared, and radio) in order of
Lecture 1 and 2
Study Guide #1
An experimental science
Deals with composition, structures, and properties of atoms and molecules
Deals with the transformation and energy of reactions
Observation measurement of an
CHM 130 Lecture / 9L2 Homework # I Name:
1' How many sig. figs. In the following numbers:
2900.722 0.020007 0.000990 0.000297008 X 10'7.
Round the number to 4 sig. figs. :77,450,912.7
Calculate using the correct sig. figs. : 28.750 + 1003.2 985.