Discovery of ,
The discovery of x-rays by William Conrad Roentgen in November of 1895 excited the imagination of a generation of
scientists who rushed to study this phenomenon. Within a few months, Henri Becquerel found that both uranium metal
The Process of Discovery: Oxidation and
Assigning Oxidation Numbers
The Process of Discovery: Oxidation and Reduction
The first step toward a t
Properties of Acids and Bases According to Boyle
In 1661 Robert Boyle summarized the properties of acids as follows.
1. Acids have a sour taste.
2. Acids are corrosive.
3. Acids change the color of certain vegetable dyes, such as litmus, from blue to red.
Exam 1 Review Sheet
Know the meaning of the following: matter, mass, weight, extensive and intensive properties, physical
and chemical properties, physical and chemical changes, substance, element, compound and
homogeneous and hete
Metric System Prefixes
x 1/1,000,000,000,000,000 (10-15)
x 1/1,000,000,000,000 (10-12)
x 1/1,000,000,000 (10-9)
x 1/1,000,000 (10-6)
x 1/1,000 (10-3)
x 1/100 (10-2
Bromine reacts with 2-butene to form 2,3-dibromobutane.
It also reacts with 3-methyl-2-pentene to form 2,3-dibromopentane.
Instead of trying to memorize both equations, we can build a general rule that bromine
reacts with compounds that
The Acid-Base Chemistry of Water
The chemistry of aqueous solutions is dominated by the equilibrium between neutral water
molecules and the ions they form.
H3O+(aq) + OH-(aq)
Strict application of the rules for writing equilibrium constant expres
HIST 231: Lecture 6
Native Concepts of Political
Political Organization flows from kinship
systems and identity
okla (Choctaw/Chickasaw): nation, town,
tribe, the people
Haudenosaunee (Iroquois): People of the
Trade, War, and Politics
Yamassee War, 1715-1718
Death and casualties
tribal migrations & political realignments
collapse of South Carolina government &
establishment of Georgia
Christopher Arris Oakley, Keeping the Circle Study Guide
How do modern stereotypes about American Indians affect Native people and their identity
Describe racial definitions of Indians in the early 20 th century. What assumptions were made?
Math 231 Spring 17
WebAssign Problem List, 8e
Moot Blood Endiaos
in the Early South
Mercer University Lamar Memorial Lectures No. 45
The University of Georgia Press Athens and London Benjamin Hawkins and the Creek Indians.
ihjnling by an unidentied artist, (1. 1805.
Oral Tradition and Social Organization
Oral Tradition Reveals Belief
Focus on Present Time
Belief Systems are Practical
Emphasis on Duality
PHIL110 GREAT WORK
WEEK 3-4: READING QUESTIONS
PLATOS PHAEDO 72D-107D
1-2. Identify the two different arguments that Socrates gives to demonstrate
the immortality of the soul (i.e. both for its existence before
In what ways did Native people try to make sense of Europeans through their own
Why would Indians seek alliances with early European colonists rather than trying to
drive them away?
How did European and Indian concepts of warfare di
3rd Group Discussion
Humes Enquiry 1, 2, and 3
Your Group Members Names (First
Your Name (First & Last):
Question on Enquiry 1
1. Hume means by moral philosophy something very different from what this term means
today. What does Hume
Race in America
Attitudes about race changed between the
18th century Enlightenment philosophies
and 19th century Romantic philosophies
African-Americans status as slaves
influenced Euro-Americans attitudes about
Racism is not inevitable; after the American Revolution,
political circumstances demanded the creation of a racial
group that could be citizens of the new nation, and racial
groups that could not be
1700s: Enlightenment p
Trade, War and Politics
Identifications (30 minutes)
Three IDs, Ten points each (total 30 points)
IDs will draw from keywords/ideas weve discussed in lecture
(reciprocity, acculturation, Columbian Exchange,
Cherokee Nation, North Carolina.
This will certify that we, the under sined Cherokees of the State of North Carolina, were Residents of the Nation
at the time that a white man and an Indian Trader who had a Cherokee woman for wife but who, by his usage of
HIST 231: Lecture 9
Trade and War: Two Sides of the
English Exercise of Doctrine of
Roanoke Colony, 1585
Jamestown, 1607, established for trade
Reciprocity with Powhatan Chiefdom
Tobacco Revolution, 1618,
Arguments, Objections, and Rebuttals
ARGUMENTS FOR THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL IN THE "PHAEDO"
1. The Argument from Recollection (72e-76e)
A. Sub-Argument 1 (72e-73b): Cebes repeats the Meno argument.
B. Sub-Argument 2 (73b-76e): Arg
Quotations serve as evidence in support of the thesis and thus play an
essential role. Quotation allows you to appeal to authority (especially useful
when you are not an authority) and to skirt the danger of paraphrase
(especially useful when th
How Populations Evolve
Guided Reading Qs
(Reading Chapter 13)
1. Prior to Darwins trip around the world, what did religious scholars believe about about Earth and
the living species on it?
2. Did Darwin find as he traveled the world that species resembled
Plagiarism and the Need to Cite
See The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers for thorough plagiarism
guidelines. When in doubt about a question of attribution, ask your teacher before
handing in your work. Here are the basic points:
All language n
After today you should be able to:
Describe how the two types of chemical
signaling mechanisms affect target cells
Apply the two mechanisms of chemical
signaling to insulin signaling and sex hormone
Estrogen affects expression o
Decartes definition of knowledge- justified true belief?
There is conviction when there remains some reason which might lead us to doubt, but knowledge is
conviction based on a reason so strong that it can never be shaken by any stronger reason.
The best preparation for tomorrow is doing your best today.
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Coulombic Potential Energy
Equation and Ionization Energy
Dalton Atomic Theory, The Nuclear Atom, Atomic Number
Native America: The East
Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery
Associate Professor of History
(aka Malinda, Dr. Malinda, Dr. Lowery,
Course Syllabus and Sakai
Culture + history = ethnohistory
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 2:30-4:30 pm