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  • Wednesday, Sept. 18th: A DayThursday, Sept. 19th: B DayAgendaCollect Vocabulary Crossword PuzzlesCollect concept review packetsQuick reviewChapter 1 TestMovie: Bill Nye: Pseudoscience (if time allows)

    Well start Chapter 2: Matter and Energy next time

  • Chapter 1Quick ReviewQuantitative observations are recorded using

    Numerical Information(Numbers)

  • Chapter 1Quick ReviewOne cubic centimeter (cm3) is equivalent to1 milliliter (1mL)3. To calculate the density of an objectDivide mass by volume(Mass/volume)

  • Chapter 1Quick Review4. Electricity can convert oxygen, O2, into ozone, O3. Ozone is called a(n) _____Allotrope of oxygen

    5. The study of matter and changes that occur in matter describe the science ofChemistry

  • Chapter 1Quick ReviewIn the reaction Na + Cl NaCl, is NaCl a reactant or a product?Product

    Gravel is an example of what type of mixture?Heterogeneous

  • Chapter 1Quick Review8. A mixture of metals, either solid or liquid, is a(n) Alloy

    9. Two types of pure substances are:Elements and Compounds

  • Chapter 1Quick Review A phase change, water to steam, is a ______ change.Physical

    11. A section of highway is 500 meters long. How many kilometers is this?0.5 kilometers

  • Chapter 1Quick Review The density of aluminum if 2.70 g/cm3. The volume of a piece of aluminum is 3.00 cm3. Calculate its mass.

    8.10 g

    13. The density of pure diamond is 3.5 g/cm3. The mass of a diamond is 2.00 g. Find the volume.0.57 cm3

  • Chapter 1Quick Review14. The SI base unit for time isSecond

    Use the periodic table to find the name of the element that has the symbol Ar.Argon

  • Chapter 1 TestYou may use YOUR notes on the test. There are 3 sections of notes.You can use the stair-step chart, the Different Types of Matter graphic organizer and the tables of SI base units and metric prefixes.You will need your periodic table and a calculator.GOOD LUCK!


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