Read Chapter 8 in the Textbook
True or False
Gas molecules are greatly attracted to each other.
Gas particles move in straight lines.
The kinetic energy of gas molecules cannot be increased.
Gas molecules occupy li
EXPERIMENT 10: Proteins and Carbohydrates
A. Determine the percentage of protein in whole milk and skim milk.
Weight of beaker
Weight of 10 mL Whole Milk and beaker
Mass of the Whole Milk
Weight of coffee filter
EXPERIMENT 10: Electrochemistry
May 1, 2016
Did all the solutions light the light bulb?
I was not able to light the light bulb with any solution. I originally
thought the 9V clip I was using was not working. But once I hooked up
EXPERIMENT 8: Molecular Modeling Lab
A. Define the following terms.
Atom the smallest particle of an element that still contains the characteristics
of that element.
Molecule a group of atoms held together by bonds.
Bond the attraction that
EXPERIMENT 3: Densities of Solids and Liquids
A. Density of a Liquid
Liquid Used: vegetable oil
1. Mass of graduated cylinder
2. Volume of liquid sample #1
3. Mass of graduated cylinder + sample #1
EXPERIMENT 1: Measuring Length & Mass
A. Measuring Length
1. Edge of lab book
2. Length of dollar bill
3. Diameter of penny
4. Your height A
5. Your height B
Questions and Problems
Jessica Smith Lab 6
This experiment required a bit more time to get set up and ready to go. I
used a head of red cabbage, tap water, a kitchen blender, measuring
flask, pipet, beaker, and various substances all listed below. To begin, I
used a head of red
EXPERIMENT 7: The Rocket
Name: Jessica Smith
Date: March 13, 2016
Record the amounts of vinegar and baking soda used in each trial, along with the
estimated height of flight.
Amount of vinegar in
Jessica Smith Experiment 5
1. Weigh an alka selzer tablet to two decimal places. Record it in the data
2. Weigh a 100 mL beaker with 35 mL of water in it. Record it in the data
table. Drop the tablet in the beaker with the water. When th
EXAM 1 Jessica Smith
1. How many grams are in 146 micrograms?
2. If I have 230 Liters, how many milliliters would I have? Write it in scientific
2.3 x 105
3. If I have a rock that weighs 35 grams and it displaces water in a graduated
1. Of the 2.5% fresh water supply, what amount is available as groundwater or surface
water for human use?
d. less than 1%
2. Layers of water-bearing porous rock are called
b. artesian wells
c. ground wells
1. Which is a characteristic feature of alkenes?
a. general formula of CnH2n + 2
b. tetrahedral geometry
d. hydrocarbons which contain only single bonds
2. Which hydrocarbon is the principal component of natural gas?
1. Which one of the following will not combine with oxygen?
2. In the equation 2 Na(s) + Cl2(g) -> 2 Na+ + 2 Cl-, the oxidizing agent is
d. Cl3. In the equation SnO2(g) + 2
Read Chapter 10 in the Textbook
What is the definition of Bronsted-Lowry Acids and Bases?
An acid is a hydrogen ion donor, and a base is a hydrogen ion acceptor.
Name the following acids
Read Chapter 4 in the Textbook.
1. What are the names of the following elements?
Read Chapter 7 in the Textbook
How many atoms of each element are on either side of this equation?
2Na3PO4 + 3MgCl2Mg3(PO4)2 + 6NaCl
2Al + 3Cl2 2AlCl3
Al= 2 Cl= 6
Balance the following equations
C3H8 + O2 CO2 + H2O
Read Chapter 1 in the Textbook
1. What is the unit metric measurement for length? Meter
For volume? Liter
For Mass? Gram
How many signifigant figures are in the following?
Write the following in
Read Chapter 3 in the Textbook
1. If a food has 20 grams of fat, 10 grams of carbohydrates, and 4 grams of
protein per serving, how many Calories are there per serving?
How many Kelvin are 25 C?
How many Celsiu
Read Chapter 9 in the Textbook
Is water polar or non-polar?
Using the chart on page 292, are the following solutions undersaturated, saturated,
20 grams of NaCl/100 grams of water at 20C.
Measuring Length & Mass
Chemistry is an experimental science that is dependent on gathering and
reporting accurate information. This activity will teach you about measurements,
their accuracy, precision, and uncertainty. You will l
Pick any element you would like. Describe its atomic number, melting point, boiling point, is it a
liquid gas or solid at normal conditions?
Atomic Number 1
Melting Point -259.14 C
Boiling Point -252.87 C
Hydrogen is a gas in normal conditions
1. If I have 5 grams of NaCl in 100 grams of water at 20 C, is that undersaturated, saturated or
2. What kind of conditions would I want if I wanted to get as much CO2 gas to be soluble in a soda
as I could?
a. Higher pres