Unit 1 Test, Part 2: Understand Narrative Techniques and Structures
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English | Assignment | Write a Short Story
Name: Michael Kelemen
Write a Short Story or Personal Narrative
Over the next few lessons you will be writing a short storya work of fiction, OR a personal narrative, which is a
true story from yo
Graded Assignment 2.13 Unit Test, Part 2: Development of Theme
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English | Graded Assignment | Write a Summary of a Fictional Text
1. Graded Assignment
Write a Summary of a Fictional Text
Read a Fictional Text
Read the text and notice the important parts of its plot, characters, and setting. Take notes if you wish.
Chapter 8 Stoichiometry
8-1 How much can a reaction produce?
Stoichiometry- mass and quantity relationships among reactants and products in a chemical
Stoichiometry is basically how much of the reactants is needed or h
Chapter 5 Notes
5-1 Why do Atoms form Bonds?
Octet rule- main-block elements form bonds by rearranging electrons so that each atom has a
stable octet in its outermost energy level.
Bond energy- The energy required to change
Chapter 13 Notes
13-1 What are acids and bases?
Hydroxide ion: the OH- anion
Acid anhydride: an oxide that forms an acid when reacted with water
Base anhydride: an oxide that forms a base when reacted with water
Amphiprotic: having the property of
Chapter 10 Notes
10-1 What are characteristics of gases?
Greenhouse effect: an increase in the warming effects of infrared radiation absorption brought
about by an increase in levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the
Chapter 6 Notes
6-1 Why do atoms share electrons?
covalent bond: bond formed when atoms share pairs of electrons
molecular compound: substance consisting of atoms that are covalently bonded
bond length: average distance between
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Chapter 9 Notes
9-1 How does energy affect change?
Temperature: a measure of the average kinetic energy of random motion of the particles in a
sample of matter
Heat: the total of kinetic energy of random motion of molecules, atom
Chapter 4 Notes
4-1 What Makes a Family of Elements?
Periodic Law-properties of elements tend to change with increasing atomic number in a periodic
Alkali Metals-highly reactive metallic elements which form alkaline solution
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Chapter 3 Notes
3-1 How are the Elements Organized?
Group: a series of elements that form a column in the periodic table
Period: a series of elements that form a horizontal row in the periodic table
Metal: any of a class of
Ch 11 Study Guide - 2015
Hybrid:offspring of crosses between parents with different traits
Gene: sequence of DNA that codes for a protein and thus determines a trait
Allele: one number of a number of different forms of a gene
Gamete : specialized c
P.1 Honors chem
Chapter 7 Notes
7.1 What is a chemical reaction?
chemical reaction is a chemical change where two or more substances reacts with each other to
create different substances. Heat, light, formation of gas, and change in color
Chem Period 6
Density Lab - DUE 19-Sep-2014
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Cu Later! Lab
Objective: Observe some chemical reactions of copper and its compounds while
performing the lab appropriately as to retain the copper as much as possible
25mL graduated cylinder
100mL graduated cylinder
Book Notes Chapter 2
What is Matter?
Matter is anything with mass or volume.
Volume is the amount of space an object occupies.
Mass is the quantity of mass of an object.
Atoms are the basic units of matter.
Molecules are neutral groups of atoms
Book Notes Chapter 8
How much can a reaction produce?
Stoichiometry is mass and quantity relationships among reactants and products in a
To make mass amounts of chemicals scientists use stoichiometry to find out how much o
Book Notes Chapter 7
What is a chemical reaction?
No Vocabulary terms in this section.
Chemical reactions occur all the time; they are things like rusting iron, the lighting of
matches, etc. A chemical reaction is when one or more subst
Book Notes Chapter 5
Why do atoms form bonds?
Octet rule is main block elements form bonds by rearranging electrons so that each each
atom has a stable octet in its outermost energy level.
Bond energy is the energy required to change one mole o
Book Notes Chapter 4
What makes a family of elements?
Periodic law is properties of elements tend to change with increasing atomic number in a
Alkali Metals are highly reactive metallic elements which form alkaline solutions in
Book Notes Chapter 3
How are the elements organized?
Group is a series of elements that form a column in the periodic table.
Period is a series of elements that form a horizontal row in the periodic table.
Metal is any class of elements that ge
Blue Crystal Lab
Purpose: to determine the formula of the hydrated crystal.
Procedure: 1. Put on goggles.
2. Obtain 3 grams of the blue crystal.
3. Heat and stir the blue crystal.
4. When finished remove the crystal from the heat an
Book Notes Chapter 6
Why do atoms share electrons?
Covalent bond is a bond formed when atoms share electrons.
Molecular compound is a substance consisting of atoms that are covalently bonded.
Bond length is the average distance between the nuclei of
Book Notes Chapter 9
Temperature: a measure of the average kinetic energy of random motion of the particles
in a sample of matter.
Heat: the total of kinetic energy of kinetic energy of random motion of molecules, atoms
or ions in a substance.
Book Notes Chapter 10
What are characteristics of gases?
Greenhouse effect: an increase in the warming effects of infrared radiation absorption
brought about by an increase in levels of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in
Purpose: to determine the year of counterfeit pennies.
Materials: Scale, five pennies from years:1979-1992, graduated cylinders, calculator.
1. Measure the pennies on a triple beam scale; measure them five at a time so that it i
Unknown Elements Lab
Purpose: To determine the identity of 10 unknown elements
1. Record the color and texture of each of the elements.
2. Record all of your information from the samples.
3. Obtain information from the 10