Chemistry
Unit Activity
Unit 5: Redox Reactions
This Unit Activity will help you meet these educational goals:
STEMYou will use analytical thinking, use math skills for calculations, and solve
problems. You will apply your scientific knowledge to a real-
Unit Activity
Chemistry
Unit 6: Nuclear Chemistry and Biochemistry
This Unit Activity will help you meet these educational goals:
STEMYou will use analytical thinking, use math skills for calculations, and solve
problems. You will apply your scientific k
Gail Lawson-Blanche
Math 1100 (online)
03/21/2013
Divisibility and Divisibility Rules
Divisible is when you divide one number into another number and
add up to be a whole number. When using this rule you have less
calculation to be performed. You can use
Gail Lawson-Blanche
Math 1100 (online)
03/21/2013
Divisibility and Divisibility Rules
Divisible is when you divide one number into another number and
add up to be a whole number. When using this rule you have less
calculation to be performed. You can use
Chapter 8, Chemical and Physical Change
1.
Complete in not more than ten words: Thermodynamics deals with
Ans.
2.
energy changes in chemical reactions.
Name, in order, the three thermodynamic quantities represented by H, S
and G (as in H, S and G).
Ans.
3
Chapter 5, Calculations and the Chemical Equation
1.
How many iron atoms are present in one mole of iron?
Ans.
2.
6.02 1023 atoms
How many grams of sulfur are found in 0.150 mol of sulfur? [Use atomic
weight: S, 32.06 amu]
Ans.
4.81 g
3.
How many moles of
Chapter 3, Elements, Atoms, Ions, and the Periodic Table
1.
Which two scientists in 1869 arranged the elements in order of
increasing atomic masses to form a precursor of the modern periodic
table of elements?
Ans.
2.
Mendeleev and Meyer
Who stated that t
Sample Test Questions
Chapter 1, Chemistry: Methods and Measurement
1. Name the branch of science that involves the study of matter and the changes it
undergoes.
Ans. chemistry
2. What do we call anything that has mass and occupies space?
Ans. matter
3. W
Homework 5
Fall 2016
Following are the questions from Homework 5. Please work these
problems then go to the homework and enter your answers. As with
previous homework, the questions are multiple choice or fill in the
blanks. As stated before, answer the q
Homework 2 Questions
Quantum Theory
1. Consider our definitions of continuous vs quantized (Is the variable limited to
discrete, certain, values?). Identify the quantized variable from the list, below.
a. a ramp from a sidewalk to a porch
b. the wavelengt