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Create the table below in your lab notebook (#1 – 18):. Procedures. Walk around to each of the 18 cabinets and fill-in your data table with the name of the substance and chemical formula or symbol (name at the top and symbols/formulas is at the bottom). Do not fill in the last two columns.

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procedures
Procedures
  • Walk around to each of the 18 cabinets and fill-in your data table with the name of the substance and chemical formula or symbol (name at the top and symbols/formulas is at the bottom).
  • Do not fill in the last two columns.
  • After filling in your data table look closely at the different chemical formulas and symbols and create a definition for the word element and compound.
9 vinegar
9. Vinegar

CH3COOH

18 potato
18. Potato

C6H10O5

element
Element

Pure substance, contains only one kind of atom. Found on the periodic table, represented with a chemical symbol, which is always a capital letter.

Ex. H, C, O

compound
Compound

Composed of two or more different elements, represented by a chemical formula. Contains 2 or more capital letters.

Ex. H20, NaCl, NaHCO3

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Students highlight numbers

    • 1,4,6,7,9,11,16,18
  • What do the numbers highlighted have in common?
organic compounds
Organic Compounds

Compound that is living or once living and contains Carbon, EXCEPT Carbon Dioxide (CO2).

Includes: carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids (fats)

inorganic compounds
Inorganic Compounds

Compounds that are not living, have never been living.

They include: Water H2O, CO2, H2SO4