Ch. 1: Measurements
GOALS
Learn and use the base units and prefixes in the metric system for unit conversions Use scientific notation Differentiate between measured number and exact numbers Determine the SF in a measurement and appropriate rounding rules
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The correct formula for the compound formed from Mg and S is
Mg2S3.
Mg2S2.
MgS2.
Mg2S.
MgS.
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How many lone pairs of electrons are in the electrondot structure of H 2O?
3
0
1
4
2
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A polar cov
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Because beta particles are much smaller and move faster than alpha particules, they can penetrate farther
into tissue.
True
False
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See the chemical structure sheet for practice exam 2 for question 2.
The given balanced equat
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The measurement 0.000 0043 m, expressed correctly using scientific
notation, is
4.3 x 107 m
4.3 x 106 m
4.3 x 106 m
0.43 x 105 m
4.3 m
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What is the metric relationship between grams and micrograms ?
1 g = 100 g
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SUGGESTED PROBLEMS and Learning Tips CHEM 1151 (this is IN ADDITION TO Required Homework using MasteringChemistry online homework/tutorial)
Ch. 1: Measurements Concept Checks: 1,2,3,4,7,8 Sample Problems: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,15,16 Questions and Proble
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Ch. 3: Atoms and Elements
Suggested problems are on iCollege and on the next slide 3/24/11
Suggested Problems for Ch. 3: Atoms and Elements
Concept Checks: all except 3.6 Sample Problems: all except 3.7 Questions and Problems: all odd up to 3.43 (omit 3.4
Ch. 2: Matter and Energy
Notes:

the textbook starts with Energy, we are
starting with Matter  some of the calculation in this chapter are not as important as the concepts (see lecture and Suggested Problems for clarification) 3 Please always check Mast
Analysis of an Acid by Titration with Sodium Hydroxide
Somi Park
Chemistry 1151 (LAB)  Section 072
Analysis of an Acid by Titration with Sodium Hydroxide
Somi Park
Professor: Dr. Greenberg
Date Performed: April 07, 2017
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Analysis of an Acid by Titration