11.1 Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Organic chemistry is the study of compounds whose
molecular backbone is mostly carbon.
Products such as pharmaceutical drugs/medicine,
clothes, foods, gasoline, refrigerants, and soaps are
composed almost sol
Theory and Research
Life span development is a science
Relies on the scientific method
(hypothesis, data collection, data
analysis and drawing conclusions)
Hypotheses about development are
usually based on theore
Alkanes are hydrocarbons having only CC and CH
Acyclic alkanes and have the general formula CnH2n+2,
and are called saturated alkanes because they have
the maximum number of H atoms per C atom.
Sensation and Perception
o The process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system receive
and represent stimuli from the environment.
o The process organizing and interpreting sensory information; enables
recognition of meani
Exercise 3: DNA, Chromosomes, and Mitosis
Key terms and concepts
Part I: Structure of DNA
DNA is composed of two chains of nucleotides. What are the three components of each nucleotide?
Pentose sugar, a phosphate, and a nitrogen-containing base
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Physical Properties of Matter
1. Write a P next to the Properties of matter that are physical.
a. color P
e. weight P
b. hardness P
d. reaction with acid f. boiling point
2. List the following examples of matter in
Science- it is based on facts and evidence acquired through experimentation and
Biology- The study of living things.
Hypothesis- an educated guess
Data- Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis during an
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Lauren Owens (Participant)
Location Credit Status
August 31, 2016 4:00 PM
Purpose- Classify changes as chemical or physical.
Hypothesis- In this lab, I think all of them will be chemical properties,
beside for the combining water and salt. I say this because when you put
salt in water
1. What causes fluid pressure?
All forces of the individual particles in a fluid combine.
2. What is the mathematical relationship between force, pressure,
You need force and area to find pressure.
3. How d
Someone would want to visit Germany because Berlin is
one of the most popular top tourist destinations in the world. It
is widely known for its numerous museums, palaces, historic
sites, and cafes. Germany has lots of activities you can do there
to keep y
Heating steel wool
Combining water and salt
Combining HCI and mossy zinc
Combining solutions A and B
Combining solutions C and D
Observation Before Change
Grey and rough
Water is clear and salt is white and small
Water is clear and zinc is grey
Success in Principles of Chemistry I &
Success in CHEM:1110
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First, a little about Dr. Strathman
Cell phones muted
250 x whisper = shout
Attendance is not mandatory
Class is 50 minute