At this point, you are asked to complete the web journey questions. Using the link, navigate
through the pages and answer the questions below.
Your first lab link can be found at Supreme Interpreters.
Which school supplies do you think are
Flame Test Lab
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As electrons absorb energy, they jump to a higher energy level called an excited state. Electrons in
excited states are not stable and to become more stable they fall to lower energy levels. When they fa
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1. Why are there so many types of diversion programs for juveniles?
Simply stated and in my own words, many types of diversion programs for juveniles are in existence
because every child is different; and, a program that works for one child may not work f
1. What is felony murder?
Felony murder is any homicide, accidental or intentional, which comes about as a result of a
felony. Felony murder does not look at the intent to commit murder; it looks at the attempt to
commit a felony. Even if a person is a no
Module Sixteen: Text Questions
1.What are Internet cookies? What are they used for? What information can forensic scientists
gain from them?
Internet cookies are files placed on the users computer by the website they visit that save
What is felony murder?
Felony murder is the act of killing someone during another crime such as a robbery.
What is the mandatory sentence for felony murder?
The mandatory sentencing for felony murder is life in prison without the possibility of
Merrily (BASE UNIT meters)
Metric Stair Chart
When you move down the stairs you are
multiplying by 10 for each step.
100 grams to
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Which liquid substance will produce the
most fog when coming in contact with
dry ice (CO2)
According to stevespanglerscience.com
Building Blocks of Matter
Atom: The smallest unit of a chemical element.
Element: An element is composed of all the atoms that have the same
number of protons.
Compound: A compound is a combination of 2 or more atoms of
Matter and Change
The mass of an object is the measure amount of matter the object
The volume of an object is the measure of the space occupied by the
An extensive property is a property that depends on the amount of
matter in a sample.