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ByIV. Kinetic theory (continued – see previous lecture). 5. Heat capacitance a) Monoatomic gas. }. b) Equipartition principle. Degrees of freedom. Diatomic gas, including rotations:. Diatomic gas, including rotations and vibrations:.

ByWarm-Up. List 1 exciting thing you did over the break. I will call on 3 volunteers to share their answer. Agenda. Review Rules & Procedures Review of Measurement & Units. Classroom Rules. Don’t talk while someone else is talking. Do not make fun of another student’s ideas.

ByChapter 2 MEASUREMENT. Unit Conversions. West Valley High School General Chemistry Mr. Mata. Dimensional Analysis. The “Factor-Label” Method Units, or “labels” are canceled, or “factored” out. Dimensional Analysis. Steps: 1. Identify starting & ending units.

ByDimensional Analysis. In which you will learn about: Conversion factors Standard dimensional analysis Dimensional analysis with exponential units. Dimensional Analysis. Imagine math class (don’t panic) Imagine multiplying two fractions

ByScientific Measurements. BIG NUMBERS. Scientists often work with very large numbers. National debt = $5,653,000,000,000 Bill Gates' net worth = $75,030,000,000 Distance to Alpha Centauri = 40,120,000,000,000,000 m Distance to Andromeda Galaxy = 21,800,000,000,000,000,000,000 g

ByPearson Prentice Hall Physical Science: Concepts in Action. Chapter 1 Science Skills. 1.1 What is Science?. Objectives 1. Describe how the process of science starts and ends. 2. Explain the relationship between science and technology.

ByWhat Is Everything Made of?. If it has mass and volume it’s…. MATTER!. Examples of Matter. What Is Not Matter. Energy (heat, light, electricity, etc). Forces (gravity magnetism and the nuclear forces) Space itself is a 3-D “fabric” but not matter. Law of Conservation of Mass.

By酸素欠損を含む Ca 3 Co 4 O 9 の 中性子回折測定による結晶構造解析. 3P-08. 日本中性子科学会第 8 回年会＠名古屋大学 横国大工 1 , 防衛大理工 2 , Lille 大 3 中津川 博 1 , 長澤 兼作 1 , 岡本 庸一 2 , Oliver Mentre 3. Introduction.

ByL-14 Fluids - 3. Fluids at rest Fluid Statics Why things float Archimedes’ Principle Fluids in Motion Fluid Dynamics Hydrodynamics Aerodynamics. Example : What does 1 liter (about a quart) of water weigh?. 1 liter = 1000 cm 3 Density of water = 1 g/cm 3 = 1000 kg/m 3

ByChapter 3 Section 2 Buoyancy and Density. Density Review. Density = mass(g) volume(cm 3 ) The density of water is 1 g/cm 3 A less dense object floats on a more dense object. The same is true for liquids. Density Practice.

ByChapter 2. Preview. Objectives Scientific Method Observing and Collecting Data Formulating Hypotheses Testing Hypotheses Theorizing Scientific Method. Section 1 Scientific Method. Chapter 2. Objectives. Describe the purpose of the scientific method.

ByChapter 5 – Properties and Changes of Matter. Section 1 Physical Properties. A. Physical propert y — any characteristic of matter that can be observed without changing the identity of the material. 1. Physical properties include color, shape, smell, taste, mass, volume, and density.

ByMetrics, Significant Figures, Conversions, and Density. Review! YEAH!. How Many Significant Figures Do I Have?. 0.0101010100 9 300 1 300. 3. 3.12050 6 4.05 3 0.0020 2. Question Two. 457 km = ________ cm Move decimal 5 to the right: 45,700,000. Question Three.

ByCh 2: Data Analysis. Today’s Goals: Units Rounding Scientific Notation. Data Analysis. SI Units : Système Internationale d’Unités – internationally standard units (basically metric units). Data Analysis. Other units:

ByUnit 2:SCIENTIFIC MEASUREMENT. OBJECTIVES (Don’t Copy!) Convert Between Standard Notation to Scientific Notation Identify Significant Figures & Uncertainty in Measurements Perform Operations with Significant Figures Addition & Subtraction Multiplication & Division

By09/01/2016. Convert the following: 1000 mg = _______ g 1 L = _______ mL 14 km = _______ m 109 g = _______ kg 160 cm = _______ mm 250 m = _______ km Compare using <, >, or =. 7. 56 cm or 6 m 8. 7 g or 698 mg. Volume. A measurement of the amount of space something takes up.

ByGCSE: Volumes and Surface Area. Dr J Frost (jfrost@tiffin.kingston.sch.uk ) www.drfrostmaths.com. GCSE Revision Pack Reference: 132, 133, 134, 135, 136i, 136ii, 138. Last modified: 31 st August 2015. GCSE Specification.

ByMr. Kinton’s Honors Chemistry. The Mathematics of Chemistry. Exact Numbers. Inexact Numbers. definitive values Can be counted Conversion factors. Measured quantities Have error Limitations in equipment. Measurement. We are concerned about two things:

ByCHEM 1013C Fundamental Chemistry I. Dr. Sherri A. McFarland. CHEM 1013C. Slot 02 – Mon., Wed., Fri. 09:30 - 10:30 am Dr. S. A. McFarland E-mail: sherri.mcfarland@acadiau.ca Office: Elliott 113 Office hours: open-door policy. General Chemistry The Essential Concepts.

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