Chapter 2 (Part A) Extra-Credit e-homework!
ANSWERS IN BOLD!
1. Carbon tetrafluoride is a refrigerant and potent greenhouse gas. Which of the following is the molecular
formula for this compound?
5 oz tomato sauce
1 crust you can make _
cheese you can make _
5 oztomato sauce you can make _
Use the information above to write an equation to represent the
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Balancing Chemical Equations
In a chemical reaction, matter cannot be created or destroyed. The mass of the reactants in a
chemical reaction must be equal to the mass of the products. It is not possible to start a
Types of Matter
Homogeneous matter has the same
appearance, composition, and properties
Heterogeneous matter has visibly different
phases which can be seen, or properties that
vary through the substance.
Survey of Chemistry
Expectations to do Well in the Course
Attend class and take notes.
Have a calculator with you all the time
calculator with you all the time
Try to answer questions on your own, dont
wait for the answers to be posted
Chapter 5 Extra-Credit e-homework! ANSWERS IN BOLD!
A patient's glucose level is 92 mg/dL. Convert this concentration to micrograms per milliliter.
How much sodium chloride do you need to prepare 370 mL of a 0.9% saline (m/v) solution for
Chapter 4 Extra-Credit e-homework! WITH ANSWERS IN BOLD
Which molecules with similar mass have more kinetic energy, faster moving ones or slower moving ones?
In which physical state do molecules have the least amount of kinetic energ
Chapter 3 Extra-Credit e-homework! ANSWERS IN BOLD!
Answer the following questions for the Lewis dot structure of hydrogen fluoride:
How many bonding electrons and nonbonding electrons does the fluorine atom contain?
Chapter 2 (Part B) Extra-Credit e-homework!
ANSWERS ARE GIVEN IN BOLD!
1. Write the name of each of the following polyatomic ions:
(a) HPO421hydrogen phosphate
Write the formula and charge for the following polyat
Exam 1 study guide
Chronic diseases affected by nutrition:
Diet does not mean a restrictive food plan designed for weight loss, it refers to the food
and beverages a person consumes.
Primary reason why people