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Organics

Atoms

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Chemistry

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Why is carbon so important

Why is carbon so important?


It is part of every living thing

It is part of every living thing

DNA

Protein

Carbohydrates


Why can carbon combine with itself as well as other elements

Why can carbon combine with itself as well as other elements?


It has 4 valence electrons

It has 4 Valence electrons


Organic compounds contain what 6 elements

Organic compounds contain what 6 elements?


Carbon hydrogen oxygen nitrogen phosphorus and sulfur

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Sulfur


What is the simplest form of an organic compound

What is the simplest form of an organic compound?


Hydrocarbons

Hydrocarbons


Which of the following is a hydrocarbon

Which of the following is a hydrocarbon?

H2O

C2H4

C12H22O10


H 2 o c 2 h 4 c 12 h 22 o 10

H2OC2H4C12H22O10


What are the charges of protons neutrons and electrons

What are the charges of Protons, Neutrons and electrons?


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  • Protons- Positive

  • Neutrons- Neutral

  • Electron- Negative


Which 2 parts of the atom have the most mass

Which 2 parts of the atom have the most mass?


Protons and neutrons

Protons and Neutrons

They make up most of the mass of the atom


Where can valence electrons be found

Where can Valence electrons be found?


In the outer shell

In the outer shell

Also known as a electron cloud


In an atom or isotope the number of protons is equal to the number of

In an atom or isotope, the number of protons is equal to the number of ___?


The number of electrons

The number of electrons

This changes if an atom is an ion


Ions are

Ions are?


Positively or negatively charged atoms

Positively or negatively charged atoms


An elements atomic number represents

An elements atomic number represents?


The number of protons

The number of Protons


Mgs mg s

MgSMg + S

What are the three parts of the equation called?


Products yield reactants

Products (yield) Reactants


List two types of bonds that atoms can make

List two types of bonds that atoms can make?


Ionic covalent

Ionic, Covalent


What is the only thing that changes during a chemical reaction

What is the only thing that changes during a chemical reaction?


The order the atoms are arranged

The order the atoms are arranged


What type of reaction is cooking a pizza

What type of reaction is cooking a pizza?


Chemical reaction

Chemical Reaction


What is the law of conservation of mass in a chemical reaction

What is the Law of Conservation of Mass (in a chemical reaction)?


In a chemical reactions atoms are neither created or destroyed merely rearranged

In a chemical reactions, atoms are neither created or destroyed, merely rearranged


What does a catalyst do

What does a catalyst do?


Speeds up reactions

Speeds up reactions


What is created when a chemical change occurs

What is created when a chemical change occurs?


A new substance with new chemical properties is created

A new substance with new chemical properties is created


How many protons does fluorine have

How many protons does Fluorine have?


9 protons

9 Protons


What you start a reaction with and what you end a reaction with what are these two things called

What you start a reaction with and what you end a reaction with. What are these two things called?


Product and reactant

Product and Reactant


Force mass x acceleration

Force =Mass x Acceleration

If the Force is 75N and the acceleration is 10 m/sec2

What is the Mass?


7 5 kg x 10 m sec 75 n

Force =Mass x Acceleration

7.5 kg x 10 m/sec = 75 N


Force mass x acceleration1

Force =Mass x Acceleration

If the mass is 100 kg and the acceleration is 5 m/sec2 find the force in Newtons?


100 kg x 5 m sec 500 n

Force =Mass x Acceleration

100 kg x 5 m/sec = 500 N


Daily double

Daily Double

Draw a linear graph on the whiteboard


When 2 different elements combine into a molecule it is called

When 2 different elements combine into a molecule, it is called?


A compound

A compound


Isotopes have different number of

Isotopes have different number of?


Neutrons

Neutrons


After the catalyst is added what happens to the rate of reaction

increasing

Rate of Reaction

Catalyst

Time (minutes)

decreasing

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After the catalyst is added, what happens to the rate of reaction?


It increases

It increases


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