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CHEM 1011

CHEM 1011

CHEM 1011. Calorimetry: The Determination of the Specific Heat of a Metal. Calorimetry. Calorimetry – the science of measuring heat transfer. Calorimetry. Principle of Conservation of Energy-

By loren
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CE 374K Hydrology

CE 374K Hydrology

CE 374K Hydrology. Review for First Exam February 15, 2011. Hydrology as a Science.

By deshawn
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Do Now: 6 minutes

Do Now: 6 minutes

Do Now: 6 minutes. Get out your “Analyzing a Graph…” worksheet from yesterday. Find the poster your didn’t analyze. Finish the worksheet, and hand it in on the front table. Sit down, and take out your notebook. Copy the objective. Smile, it’s Friday!. Density of Pennies Lab.

By cerelia
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Chemistry—Matter

Chemistry—Matter

Chemistry—Matter. Unit 2. Heterogeneous Matter. Non-uniform composition Chunky “shake before use” Comes from a living thing. Ex: peanut butter, shaving cream, blood. Homogeneous Matter. Uniform Composition Two Types: 1) Solution 2) Substance. solute. solvent. Solutions.

By rue
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Matter

Matter

Matter. II. Properties & Changes in Matter . B. Physical vs. Chemical. Physical Property Inherent characteristics that can be observed without altering the identity (composition) of the substance Chemical Property

By cedric
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Thermal Conductivity

Thermal Conductivity

Thermal Conductivity. Jacqueline Leung, Angel Chau, Teresa Lam. Definition of Thermal Conductivity. Thermal conductivity is the intensive property of a material that indicates its ability to conduct heat . Physical Properties. High thermal specific heat capacity Conducts heat.

By hollie
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- Matter

- Matter

- Matter. Properties & Changes in Matter Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. Extensive Property depends on the amount of matter present Intensive Property depends on the identity of substance, not the amount. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. Examples:

By roden
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Density

Density

Supplemental packet page 15. Density. A. The density of a substance is the ratio of mass to volume (grams per milliliters). B. Density is a characteristic property of a material and does not depend on sample size; an example of an intensive property, a property independent of mass

By roz
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Vocab

Vocab

Vocab. Agenda for Monday. Quizzes Examples Matter Review You Tube – separating mixtures Matter Quick Review (in class) Worksheet packets due Wed. D istillation– boil liquid to a vapor than then condense back to a liquid somewhere else. d. Filter. Vocab Chemical Symbols. H: Hydrogen

By denzel
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Cell Potentials at Standard Conditions

Cell Potentials at Standard Conditions

Cell Potentials at Standard Conditions. Revisiting E cell. Standard Reduction Potentials. Reduction potentials for many electrodes have been measured and tabulated. Standard Hydrogen Electrode. Their values are referenced to a s tandard h ydrogen e lectrode ( SHE ).

By ebony
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Bellringer 11-7-2013

Bellringer 11-7-2013

Bellringer 11-7-2013. What are the 2 most basic categories of matter? If you shine a flashlight through a glass of KoolAid and then a glass of water with a little milk mixed in, which one(s) would you see the light beam going through the glass? a. Kool-Aid b. Milky water c. Both.

By sorcha
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CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2 Hydrologic Systems

CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2 Hydrologic Systems

CE 394K.2 Hydrology, Lecture 2 Hydrologic Systems. Hydrologic systems and hydrologic models How to apply physical laws to fluid systems Intrinsic and extrinsic properties of fluids Reynolds Transport Theorem Continuity equation

By amalie
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Chapter 2.1 Properties of matter

Chapter 2.1 Properties of matter

Chapter 2.1 Properties of matter. Objective: Introduction to properties of matter. Describing Matter. Properties used to describe matter can be classified as extensive or intensive. An extensive property depends on the amount of matter in a sample.

By sumi
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Ch. 1 - Matter

Ch. 1 - Matter

Ch. 1 - Matter. III. Properties & Changes in Matter (p.7-10) Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. Extensive Property depends on the amount of matter present Intensive Property depends on the identity of substance, not the amount.

By bikita
(93 views)

What a mess!

What a mess!

What a mess!. Yup… another problem…. My Problem…. I have five liquids that I need to label and put away in the proper place but I don’t know what they are! I know that the only things that I have ordered are the following ten items: Shampoo Water Vinegar Salt water Antifreeze

By jodie
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Properties & Changes in Matter Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical

Properties & Changes in Matter Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical

Properties & Changes in Matter Extensive vs. Intensive Physical vs. Chemical. Extensive vs. Intensive. Extensive Property depends on the amount of matter present Intensive Property depends on the identity of substance, not the amount. Extensive vs. Intensive. Examples: boiling point

By devin-orr
(113 views)

Descriptive Properties of

Descriptive Properties of

Descriptive Properties of. Matter. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. Extensive Property depends on the amount of matter present Intensive Property depends on the identity of substance, not the amount. A. Extensive vs. Intensive. intensive extensive extensive intensive intensive. Examples:

By claraolson
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