01.08 What's the Big Idea? Discussion-Based Assessment
3 things you did not know before this module
2. Supply and demand
3. Opportunity cost
2 things learned in this module
1. The first thing that I learned was the 3 basic questions for economics
Energy: Forms and
Nature of Energy
Energy is all around you!
You can hear energy as sound.
You can see energy as light.
And you can feel it as wind.
Nature of Energy
You use energy
hit a softball.
lift your book
Noemy & Vanessa
Thermochemistry is the branch of chemistry that deals with the amount of heat (energy) evolved or
absorbed during a chemical reaction. Energy means the ability to do work or produce heat.
There are two types o
You think that a certain part of your brain is important in
memory. To test this, you will remove this part of the brain from
rats and see if they remember how to get through the maze.
What is the independent variable in this experim
Who first suggested the existence of the atom?
- John Dalton
Chemistry Webquest #1: Introduction to Atoms and Atomic
Directions - Part I A BRIEF History of the Atom
Click the following link: http:/www.timetoast.com/timelines/atomic-sci
Review Sheet: Unit 1
Distinguish between observations and conclusions.
Observations are made using the senses or devices. Conclusions
are statements based on observations or on previous knowledge
Give an example of a
List the steps of scientific method
5. Data/ Analysis
1. What is Daltons Atomic Theory?
1. Elements are composed of minute indivisible particles called atoms.
2. Atoms of the same element are alike in mass and size.
3. Atoms of different elements have different masses and sizes.
4. Chemical compounds are for
What did J.J Thompson discover about atoms?
J.J Thomson discovered a way to separate different
kinds of atoms and molecules from the use of positive
rays. He also discovered that atoms
are made of positive cores and
Watch the video
Try to complete the electron configurations for the following
Write the complete ground state electron configurations and orbital notations for the following:
# of eElement (atom) e configuration