CEM 151 General and Descriptive Chemistry
Atomic structure, chemical bonding and molecular structure; solid state; main group
chemistry; acids and bases; transition metal chemistry; coordination chemistry and
theories of bonding. (Note: this
CEM 141 General Chemistry
Atoms, molecules, ions; chemical calculations; reactions, energy changes,
gases; periodic properties of elements; chemical bonds; states of matter,
solutions; acids and bases; aqueous reactions and ionic equations.
Even though nobody has the right to do so without permission, supported by a very opinionated 16year-old it is not vandalism. Graffiti is very well considered a beautiful expressive form of art. Even
though people say that you shouldnt do
People living in deprived areas are much more likely to dislike their neighborhood
because of young people hanging out or vandalism than those living in other areas
Proportion in each group who dislike
certain aspects of their neighborhood
CEM 121: Explorations in Chemistry Fall 2016
Introduction to core ideas in chemistry (structure and properties of matter, energy, and
electrical forces) blended with science practices (use of models, argumentation,
NAME: Charlotte Whatley
Save as and name file yourname_5.4
Record answers in med blue, bold font.
5.4 Honors Energy Photo Webquest
Use the Internet or textbook to find answers to the following. You will add a
photo into each answer. Make sure to site your
7.1 Study Guide
1. How old is the Earth?
4.55 billion years old
2. Describe the conditions of the Earth in the beginning.
It was a hot, molten place with no atmosphere
3. How did the moon form?
Around the same time Earth was formed
4. Name the 4 geologica
Energy Pro, Con, & Locations Comparison
Directions: Using the chart as a guide, list 2 pros, 2 cons, and an ideal location for
this energy source. Justify your answer.
Name: Charlotte Whatley
Study Guide for Unit 5 PowerPoint
1. Three examples of fossil fuels could be
c. NATURAL GASES
2. The fossil fuel that is most abundant and least expensive is COAL
3. The plant material that dies in swampy areas and d
8 December 2015
Is College Worth the Cost?
A Harvard college professor once said: If you think education is expensive try
ignorance. Now a days college is something that people think is out of their grasp
Directions: Pick TWO questions below and answer in complete sentences. Copy and past the two
questions you picked into your response so I know which questions you chose.
1. How should future generations be educated about September 11? In your opinion, wil
1. Do you think your beauty has anything to do with your
2. How beneficial could beauty be to your success in life?
3. Do you believe that your looks could make you better
David Levithan was born September 7, 1992 in Short hills, Millburn, New Jersey. At a young age
he knew he was homosexual and was open about it to his parents. He received an internship at
Scholastic Corporation at the age of nineteen he studied
Wednesday #13 2-10
I would have liked to live in ancient Egypt because they were one of the most
powerful civilizations or empire. I would have also liked to live there because they
made a lot of history in ancient Egypt like the great pyramids. A
Air and Noise Pollution
The Air Pollution Problem
Harmful materials to the environment are called pollutants.
Harmful substances released into the atmosphere are called air pollution
Evolution of pollution
Air pollution is not a new problem it was first r
Flowing water Biomes
All above ground flowing bodies of water are known as streams to scientist.
Most streams begin on top of mountains and flow downhill towards the ocean.
Small particles that settle to the bottom of a body of water are
Proposed by Alfred Wegener, it states thatthe continents were one solid land massthat began to break up 250 million years ago and drift to their current locations.
Underwater mountains that contain steepnar
The average person in the U.S. Uses 300L of water daily.
Half is used for personal hygiene and the other half is used for outside use.
44% of all water is used by industry.
It is used for transporting goods, dispo
In 1976, the U.S. Congress defined solid waste as all garbage, refuse, and sludge products from agriculture, forestry, mining, and municipalities.
Evolution of Garbage Disposal
Hunter-Gatherershad no problem with garbage disposa
Atoms and Radioactivity
All common forms of matter are made up of atoms.
These are made up of protons, neutrons, and electrons.
The cluster of protons and neutrons in the center of the atom is called the nucleus. It is orbited by electrons.
It is energy from the sun and used as fuel by virtually every organism.
It drives both wind energy and the water cycle.
The upside to solar energy is it is free, clean, and non-polluting
The negatives are that the equipment may c
Energy from Organic Fuels
Fuel is any substance from which energy can be obtained.
The law of conservation of energy states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed
Evolution of Energy
Hunter gatherer societies used wood for their
Cycles of Matter
Although chemicals may be abundant,they must undergo specific cycles to beusable.
Carbon is so closely related
The sequence of communities formed inan originally lifeless habitat.
Ex. Volcanic eruptions,glaciers
On exposed rocks lichens are the first tocolonize and are known as pioneer colonies.
A lichen is a mutual