Topic : M easurement Aim : How can we measure mass and temperature? Do Now : Scientific Method questions (Hand in Lab Safety Activity) HW:. 9 cm. 8 cm. 10 cm. V = L x W x H. V = 10cm x 8cm x 9cm. V = 720 cm 3. Example:. V = 20 –11.5 V = 8.5 mL. V1 =11.5 mL. V2 = 20 mL.
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Aim: How can we measure mass and temperature?
Do Now: Scientific Method questions
(Hand in Lab Safety Activity)
V = L x W x H
V = 10cm x 8cm x 9cm
V = 720 cm3
V = 20 –11.5
V = 8.5 mL
V1 =11.5 mL
V2 = 20 mL
Amount of matter in an object
TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE
Tube filled with a fluid such as alcohol
Fahrenheit Scale: Non-metric temp scale
2 scales used to measure temperature
Water boils = 212°F
Human body temp = 98.6°F
2.Celsius Scale: Metric scale
Water boils = 100°C
Human body temp = 37°C
What is the name of the instrument used to measure mass?
Identify the units used to measure mass.
What instrument is used to measure temperature?
Identify the two temperature scales used. Explain the difference between the two scales.
1. Which piece of laboratory equipment would be used to obtain the most accurate measure of the volume of a glucose solution?
triple beam balance
2. Which piece of equipment could be used to determine the mass of a frog?
triple beam balance
3. Mass is best defined as the mass of a frog?
size of an object
density of an object
amount of matter in an object
weight of an object
4. The amount of space an object takes up is known as its mass of a frog?
5. The units for the volume of a solid is mass of a frog?
6. The basic unit of volume in the metric system is the mass of a frog?
7. The basic unit of mass in the metric system is the mass of a frog?
a triple beam balance
displacement in a graduated cylinder
9. The volume of a liquid is 13.0 mL. What must a student do to obtain a volume of 12.5 mL of liquid in the graduated cylinder?
Add 0.5 mL of liquid.
Add 1.5 mL of liquid.
Remove 0.5 mL of liquid.
Remove 1.5 mL of liquid.