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Main Idea Objectives Question My Answer: Pre-Test Describe Demo

Equipment I/E: a. Select and use appropriate tools and Diagnostic Test.StdRev technology to perform tests, collect data, analyze relationships, and display data. Chemicals Common lab equipment Self-assessment: answer questions you know pretty know about chemistry so far, Describe objects (very small and large) around you Use SI (System International) units in See what you well and leave others blank. write measurements and calculations unfamiliar terms on bottom of "answer sheet" Observe/Make slime: What is slime? A solid, liquid, or gas? Which one does it resemble?

9 Matter

Which means morea giga-byte or a micro-meter? _____________ Quickly draw and Identify the lab equipment (name), use (transfer, measure, hold)Transfers? Which equipment measures? Holds?

Number one side #1-50.


What is slime? A solid, liquid, or gas? Which one does it resemble?

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demo / video notes:

States of matter, classifying matter; physical changes and chemical changes

SI Units Ch 1.2: Tables 2 and 3; Lab Equipment Names; Estimates; Decimal places



Identify types of matter in box: homogeneous mixture, heterogeneous mixture, compound, element

physical states of matter, physical change, chemical changes (identify four), physical properties, chemical properties, homogeneous, heterogeneous, mixture, compound, molecule, pure substance, element, atom Figures Figure 2 + caption Section Review Q's 1.1 #2-7; 1-2 #1,2,5 Chapter Review Q's #20,7, Post-Test Tuesday, Sept. 4

Chapter-Section Outline key vocab

1-1, p.4-8; 1-2, p.15,18; 1-3, p. 21-26

1. Using the Balance: Arrange values HundredsTens-Ones-Tenths-Hundredths 2. Measuring Lengths: 1cm=10mm ->record cm and multiply by 10; Use metric rulers to measure lengths of lines; estimate value between lines; 3. Measure volumes - estimate value at bottom of curve (meniscus); 4. Measure temperatures - estimate values between lines at top of curve 1-2, Outline p. 10-13, Red-blue matter, volume, quantity, unit, conversion factor


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6 ,7,8 (caption only), Tables 2 and 3 2,4,8 4,5,15,22

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Chemistry A Scientific Method: 1. Distinguish between Hypothesis and Theory; 2. Formulate Explanations by using logic and evidence. Apply the Scientific Method in Experiments and Research Understand each step in the Scientific Method What is the first step in the Scientific Method?


1 Chemistry Syllabus

Recognize laboratory risks, and know how to avoid and respond to dangers in a lab. Safety First! What are three essential safety items or habits?

Understand the course objectives, grading, and rules. Learn and explain the course to your parent or guardian Why is chemistry important? Who needs to learn about chemicals? Write on back of syllabus n/a Two clear liquids added to the same solid! Observation:

Take Quiz on overhead/handout: write "____Research the problem, etc. Hypothesis 1. Using format on handout, write: & order #1-#6.; ___2.____ Experiment: Data Table: Draw Visuals: Before to water/oil Afterto water/oil; Beforeto milk/ Afterto Milk Conclusions: 1. __2. __ 3. __ 4. __

Take Quiz on handout: Use a half sheet of paper; Describe what#1-35. to the egg! happens

Read the six safety sections on the Lab Safety Agreement--write short summaries for each section.

Listen to discussion about the syllabus. Then write 321 on the back

Work in small groups of 4: Make a Make a foldable for safety using any of the topics. Share your responses with your partner. If called, Compare and Contrast Chart for: 1. Hypothesis vs. reframe what your partner stated. Theory; 2. Conclusion vs Theory; 3. Theory vs. Law; 4. Qualitative vs. Quantitative observations; 5. Experiment vs. Scientific Method; 6. Independent variable vs. Dependent Variable

Chemistry Holt Text: Chapter 2-2, p. 46-48, 50-53 (Red Heading: Blue sub-Heading Scientific Method, hypothesis, theory, law

Review with your parent/guardian Turn in signed paper to Mr. Q ASAP!

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Figures 8 and 14. On separate paper from your notebook: p. 53: #3, 5, 6, 8 On same paper: p. 66: 10-14, 43, 44, 50. After you have the textbooks for over a week!

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Physical Changes Boiling

Physical Properties boiling point

Melting Freezing Folding cutting Chemical change: chemical property

Melting point freezing point color density change color, temperature change, evolution of a gas, Forms rust, reacts with oxygen; reacts with water