Please answer all questions as completely as possible showing all
calculation and work needed. Also dont forget to include your units!
Mass / Volume
1) Rearrange the density equation for the following:
Student Safety Contract
School Name _ Teacher _
Science is a hands-on laboratory class.
You will be doing many laboratory activities which require the use of hazardous
chemicals. Safety in the science classroom
is the #1 priority for students, tea
Chemistry Policies and Procedures
I agree to read, understand and comply with the policies contained in the Chemistry Class Policies and
I agree to have a permanent printed copy of this document as part of my Chemistry notebo
Information: Structure of the Atom
Note the following symbols: (they are not to scale)
= proton (positive charge)
= electron (negative charge)
= neutron (no charge)
The following three diagrams are hydrogen atoms:
1. Obtain a sample of Candium from your teacher.
2. Separate the three isotopes (Mega M & Ms, Regular M & Ms, and
Mini M & Ms) and
measure the mass of each isotope. Record in Data Table 1-1.
3. Count the number of Mega M & Ms, Regular M & Ms, and Mini M
Information: Weighted Averages
Examine the table of student test scores for five tests they have taken.
Critical Thinking Questions
Information: Naming Ions
To write an ion, you write the symbol of the atom and put the charge in the upper right corner.
Consider the following examples: Al3+, O2-, Mg2+. You should verify that each of the charges i
Bond with a Classmate
When you find another ion with which you can bond, write in each symbol and charge.
Then write the new compound formed by combining the two. Give the compounds name.
Remember - Positive ions can only bond with negative ions an
Information: Polyatomic Ions
The word, polyatomic means many atoms. A polyatomic ion, therefore, is an ion that is made of
more than one atom. An example of a polyatomic ion is the sulfate ion, SO42-. Sulfate is com
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Types of Chemical Reactions
Do atoms rearrange in predictable patterns during chemical reactions?
Recognizing patterns allows us to predict future behavior. Weather experts use patterns to predict dangerous storms so people can get their families to
Notes Questions for Module 1
1. List 3 reasons why chemistry is important.
2. Chemistry is the science that deals with what two things?
3. What are the three steps to solving problems using a scien
If we add one teaspoon of baking powder to the batter, than
the cake will come out uy.
If my friends and I study each list at a time, than we will be able to remember all of the words.
If we test our new product against our older cleaning
Density Problems Part II: Calculate the density of the following different Sized b
to include units! Recall: Volume = Length X Width X Height Blocks are drawn to scale!
Do not forget
rDensity = .osLijsCm”
Notes Questions for Chapter 3
What is the definition of matter?
What are the three states of matter?
Give the properties for a solid, liquid, and gas
Physical Properties have characteristics that
Name: _ Date: _ Class: _
Chromatography Lab Worksheet
Chromatography is a way to look at complex mixtures by separating them into their
components. Criminal investigators use this technology to identify substances such as
drugs, blood, ink and other fluid
Activity #2. Classifying Matter
Classify each material below as an element, a compound, a heterogeneous mixture, or a homogeneous mixture (solution). Follow
the flow chart provided on page 12 and read the information provided in the background sec
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What is Oobleck?
Can you use THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD AND your senses to solve
the mystery of Oobleck?
Three liquids are mixed together
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9\) Compounds 3HWOUH’ne Mameon aFiHev.mh\ch Ms M \xqmd
VQSS_-\htough,ond \eowes Jﬁne Sonds behind.
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Notes Questions for Module 4
1. How many elements are found in nature?
2. What are the three ways that the term Element can be used?
3. How many letters are used for element symbols?
4. If more than one letter is utilized for the symbol, what is the form
Name Period I
Atoms and Their Parts (Subatomic Particles)
Substances that contain only one kind of atom are called elements. Some familiar elements are oxygen,
gold, silver, and helium. An atom is the smallest part of an element that can be broken down an
Notes Questions for Module 5
1. How many elements are in a binary compound?
2. What type of elements are in a binary ionic compound? Binary covalent compound?
3. What is a type I compound? Type II?
4. What are the 3 rules for naming type I ionic co