Name: _Date: _ Period: _
Density Lab
Purpose: In this lesson, you will collect mass and volume data, which you will use to
calculate density.
Cubes
Description of
cube
Mass of cube
Length of one
side of cube
Volume of cube
(calculated)
Density of cube
(ca
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry: Matter
A. Types of Matter
Classify each of the following as elements (E), compounds (C),
homogeneous mixtures (M), or heterogeneous mixtures (T).
1. aluminum (Al)
8.
15.baking soda
E
9. table salt
(NaHCO3) C
2.
(NaCl) C
Keeping up with Trash
Activity 5
Name _
Date
_
On an average day, people in the U.S. recycle the following amounts of trash:
5,479,452 pounds of aluminum
16,986,301 pounds of glass
178,630,137 pounds of paper products
Answer each question. When possib
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry: Density Problems
For each problem below, write the equation and show your work. Always use units and box in your final answer.
1. The density of silver (Ag) is 10.5 g/cm3. Find the mass of Ag that occupies 965 cm 3 of sp
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry: Matter
A. Types of Matter
Classify each of the following as elements (E), compounds (C),
homogeneous mixtures (M), or heterogeneous mixtures (T).
1. aluminum (Al)
8.
14.
2.
9. table salt
15.baking soda
3. gravel
(NaCl)
(
CHEMISTRY
Dimensional Analysis
One Step Practice
Name _
Date _Per_
DIRECTIONS: Solve the following problems using dimensional analysis. Show all work
and don't forget to label all conversion factors (use back if necessary).
5.58 doodles = 65.45 gobbles
56
Density Lab
Key Question: How can we use mass and volume to calculate density?
Procedure: Cubes
1. Measure the mass of the cube on a balance. Record.
2. Use a ruler to measure the length in centimeters.
3. Calculate the volume of the cube by measuring len
CHEMISTRY
_
Dimensional Analysis Practice
Name
Date _Per_
DIRECTIONS: Solve the following problems using dimensional analysis. Show all
work and don't forget to label all conversion factors (use back if necessary).
1. Convert 2,378 feet into meters.
2. Ho
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry: Classifying Matter Activity
Directions: Write the name of each material next to the proper number and briefly describe each material. Then, state whether the material is a pure
substance or a mixture. If the material is
Chemistry
Math Pretest
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
1. Evaluate the following: 4 (3)
A. 1
D. 7
B. 1
E. 12
C. 7
2. Evaluate the following:
A. 2
B. 2
C. 1
D. 10
E. 5
3. Solve for x in the following equation: 3x 5 = 7
A. 2
D. 4
B. 3
E. 6
C. 4
4. Solve for x in th
Worksheet: Classification of Matter Name_
CHEMISTRY: A Study of Matter
2004, GPB
2.9
I. Fill in the Blanks
A(n) _ is a pure substance that is made of only one kind of
atom.
The symbol for a(n) _ is always one or two letters. When the
symbol
contains two
Essential Math of Chemistry
No human endeavor can be called science
if it can not be demonstrated mathematically.
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
The Importance of Units
Units must be carried into the
answer, unless they cancel.
5.2 kg (2.9 m)
(18 s)(1.3 s)
Chemistry: Getting to Know You
Name_Class Period_
Address:_
Birthday: _
Your email address:_
Your phone number: _
Parents email:_
Parents phone:_
What math class did you take last year?_Grade_
What science class did you take last year?_Grade_
What is your
Chemistry
Matter Quiz
Name_Period_
Date_
1
Which of the following is a pure substance?
a. Gun powder
b. Soda
c. Sugar water
d. Steam
2
Which of the following is a heterogeneous mixture?
a. Salt water
b. Aluminum
c. Orange juice (with pulp)
d. Table salt
3
Density Worksheet
Name: _
Date: _
Please answer all questions as completely as possible showing all
calculation and work needed. Also dont forget to include your units!
Density =
Mass / Volume
1) Rearrange the density equation for the following:
Mass =
Vo
Density
What is density?
Density
is a comparison of how much
matter there is in a certain amount of
space.
Which one is more dense?
Demonstration:
People in a square
How
about this: Which square is more
dense?
A
B
Which one is more dense?
Now
which on
Chemistry
Measurement Lab
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Introduction:
Observe the safety rules of the lab. Return the lab equipment when you are finished with it, and make sure that
the lab tables are neat and clean. Ask your teacher (but dont expect the final
Keeping up with Trash
Average amount of trash recycled daily in the U.S.:
5,479,452 pounds of aluminum
16,986,301 pounds of glass
178,630,137 pounds of paper products
1. On average, how many pounds of aluminum are
recycled in a:
week?
Keystrokes:
30-d
Worksheet: Classification of Matter Name_
CHEMISTRY: A Study of Matter
2004, GPB
2.9
I. Fill in the Blanks
A(n) _element_ is a pure substance that is made of only one kind of
atom.
The symbol for a(n) _element_ is always one or two letters. When
the symb
Density
What is density?
Which one is more dense?
Demonstration:
People in a square
How
about this: Which square is more
dense?
A
B
Which one is more dense?
Now
which one is more dense?
A
B
Which one is more dense?
Each dot represents an atom.
Which bo
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry:
The Mathematics of Chemistry
Complete the following calculations. Include units on your answers.
1. (127 m)
(23 s)
2. (5.22 m) (4.29 m)
3. 34 cm + 21 cm + 8 cm
4. (0.45 mm) (0.28 mm) (0.85 mm)
5. (10 kg) (30 m)
(5 s)
6.
Essential Math of Chemistry
No human endeavor can be called science
if it can not be demonstrated mathematically.
Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
The Importance of Units
Units must be carried into the
answer, unless they cancel.
5.2 kg (2.9 m)
(18 s)(1.3 s)
Name: _
Hour: _ Date: _
Chemistry: Classifying Matter Activity
Directions: Write the name of each material next to the proper number and briefly describe each material. Then, state
whether the material is a pure substance or a mixture. If the material is
Keeping Up With the Trash
How many pounds of paper
products do you think are
recycled each day in the
United States?
Average Usage
In 2006, 240 million pounds of paper
products were recycled in the United
States
470 millions pounds of paper products
wer
Chemistry
Density
Name: _
Hour: _
Date: _
1. Write the Density formula below.
2. Calculate the density of the metal cube listed below. The mass is 8 grams
and the volume is 4 ml. What is the density? Write the problem and answer
below.
3. Imagine that the
Hardy-Weinberg Mathematical Modeling
The Hardy Weinberg theorem states that the gene frequencies in a population will remain the same (no
evolution will occur) if several assumptions are met. The assumptions of the Hardy-Weinberg theorem
are as follows:
1
Evolution Games
Go the website listed below and complete the activity and answer the following
questions.
http:/science.discovery.com/interactives/literacy/darwin/darwin.html
It may be easier to Google, discovery channel Darwin and click on the first site