1. The macroscopic evidence for atoms is the three states of matter distinguished by the
shapes they assume when placed in a container. Solid maintains its shape, liquid spreads
out over the bottom, an
Module 7: Chapter 9/10
Chapter 9 Hydration, Dehydration, & Alcohols
- Many reactions in human body involve adding & removing
oxygen mainly via H2O.
- 9.1 Hydration Reaction
o Alkene Reaction 2+ atoms bond to original & dbl. bond
Module 5: Chapter 6 & Chapter 7
Chapter 6 Chemical Reactions
- Chemical Reactions - atoms in chemical compounds change bonds to each other.
- 6.1 Physical Changes & Chemical Reactions
o Physical Changes processes that do not alter chemical formulas & chan
Module 6: Chapter 8/9
Chapter 8 Hydrocarbons: Introduction to Organic Molecules
- Organic Compounds early chemists thought
substances only formed by living organisms.
- Organic Chemistry study of covalent compound
carbon as primary that is organic compou
Module 9: Chapter 11/12
Chapter 11 Organic Acids & Bases
- 11.1 Reactions of Organic Acids
o Carboxylic Acids ionize when dissolved in H2O.
Hydrogen in OH bond transfers to H2O.
H2O functions as base.
In example to right, only 1% of molecules are
Module 2: Chapter 2
Chapter 2 Atoms, Elements, & Compounds
- Classifying Matter: Mixtures, Compounds, & Elements
o Matter anything with mass.
Pure => Atom/Element/Compound
Mixture => Homo/Hetero
o Chemistry study of matter.
Property of Matter descripti
Module 10: Chapter 12/13
Chapter 12 Condensation & Hydrolysis Reactions
- Macromolecules huge molecules made from
smaller pieces that thousands, millions, or billions
of other molecules.
- 12.1 Introduction to Condensation Reactions: Ethers
Chapter 9 Clickers
1. Which of the following compounds has ionic bonding?
2. Which of the following compounds will have the highest-magnitude lattice energy value?
e) All are the same.
Chapter 9-Chem 111
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) Which of the following represent the Lewis structure for N?
2) Which of the following r
1. The volume of a gas is proportional to the temperature of a gas is known as
a) Boyle's Law
b) Charles's Law
c) Ideal Gas Law
d) Avogradro's Law
2. If a sample of 0.29 moles of Ar occupies 3.8 L under certain conditions, what volume will
0.66 moles occu
Chapter 5 Mastering Chemistry
1. The barometer shown here measures atmospheric pressure in
millimeters of mercury (mmHg). According to this barometer,
what is the atmospheric pressure P in inches of mercury (inHg)?
2. At a pressure of 913 mbar , what woul
Chapter 9 Mastering Chemistry
1. Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) is used as a solvent in scientific research, but due to its role
in ozone depletion it is not longer used in commercial products. What type of bonding
occurs between the atoms of a CCl4 molecule
OF CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
. . . If we look into history we shall ﬁnd that laws, which are, or ought to be, conven-
tions betWeen men in a state of freedom have been, for the most part the work of the
passions of a few, or the consequences
Why Do People Marry?
In our culture, we assume that people get married because they
love each other. In fact, the principal reasons for marriage
reflect moral or religious views and social norms that
Romance, Love and Loving
I Love You Man!
Love, both as an emotion and a behavior, is
essential to human survival.
The family is usually our first form of love; it
provides not only the necessary physical
things to get by, but it also provide
SEXUALITY AND SEXUAL
Sexuality and Human
Sexuality is very complexit is an
expression of who we are.
Our sexual identity is our awareness of
ourselves as male or female and the
ways in which we expres
Families in Later Life
Our Aging Society
The percentage of the U.S. population that is
older than 65 has been increasing steadilyit is
expected to grow to 16% by 2020.
The average U.S. life expectancy in 1900 was 47
years, in 1950 it was 68
FAMILIES OVER TIME
Legally, marriage is defined as a contract between
women and men who are at or above a specified age
and who are not already legally married to someone
Marriage of the Century of the 20th
Or was it?
THE CHANGING FAMILY
WHAT IS A FAMILY?
Families are more fluid than they
were in the past.
Many changes in the family reflect
adaptations to larger societal
As a country, we continue to cling to
a number of myths about the families
THE FAMILY IN
The Colonial Family
How different were colonial families than
families of today?
They differed in social class, religious
practices, and geographic location, but they
werent much different in family roles and
Racial and Ethnic Families:
Strengths and Stresses
Race and Ethnicity
The United States and Canada are
relatively small as far as countries go, but
they receive more than half of the worlds
Assimilation and Cultural Pluralism
We tend to associate stereotypically
female characteristics with weakness
and typically male characteristics with
firm, but shes stubborn.
careful about details, but shes picky.
CJ 312 Classics of Criminology: Chapter 61 & 50
I. Broken Windows by Wilson & Kelling
A. Safe and Clean Neighborhoods Program (New Jersey)
1. Police disliked
They felt that it reduced the
of the police. Perceived as a form o
Routine Activity Theory
The crime that I researched was sexual assault. This crime is not something that you see happen
everyday but it does happen often. Sexual assault is a crime that a lot of people take their time to act on